ART PAPERS 13.06 - Nov/Dec 1989 - SOLD OUT
This issue features Thomas Bradford's interview with Donald Lipski, addressing his site sculpture in Piedmont Park, artistic process, and history as a potter; a discussion with Ahmad-Raee, David Wilson, Marie Cochran, and Durham Crout on installation and the "Installation" exhibition; Stephen Young's conversation with James "Son" Thomas, blues musician and sculptor; and Robert Bruhn's examination of the mobile home in America and his design proposals for mobile homes.
Some notable reviews include, among others, Frank Moore's review of Annie Sprinkle's sexually explicit show "Annie Sprinkle--Post Porn Modernist," David Portz's review of Vernon Fisher's mid-career retrospective, and Dan Liss' review of Guy Robinson's often-playful painting and sculpture.
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