ART PAPERS 13.04 - July/Aug 1989 - SOLD OUT
This issue focuses on "regionalism" and folk art. Inside, among other features, Glenn Harper questions why we are still talking about regionalism, postulating that it is still a live topic in the art world; Alan Sondheim asks and answers unnerving questions about the critique and presentation of folk/outsider art; Xenia Zed defends the point that there is no such thing as regionalism; and Ted Potter, Richard C., and Dennis Szakacs' discuss SECCA, regionalism, and the "Political Right's Will to Culture".
Some interesting and notable reviews include Anna M. Bloomfield's review of Almudena Ortiz's exhibition "Askapen" of photoboxes, D. Eric Bookhardt's review of Lynda Benglis' new sculptures, and Eugenie Nable's review of Claudia Bucher's "Claude's Body Shop."
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