X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly

X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly is a quarterly art journal published in Los Angeles. Founded in 1997 by Ellen Birrell and Stephen Berens,[1][2] the journal is published by the Project X Foundation for Art & Criticism.[3]


  1. ^ Berkeley Environmental Design Frameworks (University of California, Berkeley. College of Environmental Design) 3 (2): 55. 
  2. ^ Wilcox, Brica (Summer 2013). "From X to XV: Conversation with X-TRA Founders Ellen Birrell and Stephen Berens". X-TRA. 
  3. ^ The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts 20-year Report, 1987-2007. Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. 2007. p. 67. 

External links

  • Official website

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