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The Avery Review
Critical Essays on Architecture
Read Issue 56

The Avery Review stands with all those fighting, organizing, teaching, and writing for abolition—and, in architecture, with all those working against the white supremacy, settler colonialism, ableism, racial capitalism, and heteropatriarchy upheld in and by our field.

The essays in Issue 56 test the limits of the review as a genre: looking at and through places, methods, and books to envision and approach other ideas differently. Jay Cephas reads through Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor’s Race for Profit to deepen conceptions of racial capitalism; Marianela D’Aprile and Douglas Spencer reframe Manfredo Tafuri to envigorate unionization among architectural workers; Stefanie Hessler reviews the art and literature of an erotic ocean, riding in, on, and through its waves; Daniel Jacobs and Brittany Utting evaluate the possibilities and pitfalls of three legal instruments of forest sovereignty; and Dima Srouji excavates histories, and present-day realities, of settler colonial archaeology in Palestine.

Dima srouji vignettes of subterranean palestine
Active bulldozer working on the Roman amphitheater at Sebastia in Palestine. Photograph courtesy of Ahmad al Kayed. From Dima Srouji’s “Vignettes of Subterranean Palestine” in the Avery Review 56 (April 2022), link.
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Winners of AIGA 50 Books | 50 Covers
Three of our recent titles are winners of AIGA Design’s 50 Books | 50 Covers awards of 2019. We want to extend a huge thanks and congratulations to: Scott Vander Zee, who won in the Cover and Book category for Space Settlements by Fred Scharmen; Glen Cummings who won in the Book category for The Revolution Will be Stopped Halfway by Jason Oddy; and Laura Coombs who won in the cover and book categories for SIGNAL. IMAGE. ARCHITECTURE. by John May. Photos courtesy of Scott Vander Zee, Sebastian Bach, and Laura Coombs.