ART PAPERS 14.03 - May/June 1990 - SOLD OUT
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In this issue of ART PAPERS, the theme of artists books is apparent. Judith A. Hoffberg discusses "Distribution and Its Discontents", and their roles in the problem of artists' books. Barbara Hutshell writes "Collecting Artists' Books at the Atlanta College of Art", and Harriet Runkle writes a profile on Virginia Commonwealth University and Davi Det Hompson's book art collection. Betty Bright writes about artists books as "Art's Least Fragile Vehicle"; Keith Smith discusses the similarities and differences between the "Production Book vs. The One-of-a-Kind" art book.
Also in this issue, Jan Gilbert defines vestiges and bookworks with words, quotes, and images; Janet Dalberto analyzes the role of "The Viewer as Reader: Artists' Book Exhibitions and Their Catalogues", and Stewart Cauley interviews Skuta Helgason about art book collecting, publishing, and methods. In addition, reviews of various events, exhibitions, galleries, and showings in the southeast are featured.