ART PAPERS 14.01 - Jan/Feb 1990 - SOLD OUT
This issue is currently out of stock. For more information, please contact email@example.com
In this issue, Maureen P. Sherlock writes about "Art as Social Practice", Howard Risatti has "Some Questions on Interventionist Art", and Linda Frye Burnham has a conversation with activist Tim Miller about the convergence of art and activism. In addition, William E. Weeks writes about the reappearance of Russian-born anarchist and performance artist "Red" Emma Goldman.
This issue also features excerpts from Mad Housers Starter Kit with mockups of housing for homeless people, and artist pages with work by Liese Ricketts, Adam Brooks, Kerr + Malley, Mark Alice Durant, John Malpede, Daniel Peterman, Dennis Adams, Robbie Conal, Greg Boozell, Edgar Heap of Birds, Leslie Sharpe, Group Material, and Girl Vigilantes. The issue closes with national and international reviews of exhibits, galleries, and showings, in addition to previews, news briefs, information, art/law on choreography and copyright by Eleanor Martel.