ART PAPERS 14.04 - July/Aug 1990 - SOLD OUT
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In this issue of ART PAPERS, bell hooks writes about the Aesthetics of Blackness, and its "Strange and Oppositional" nature; Adrian Piper talks about the "Joy of Marginality"; Chike C. Aniakor writes about the career of Ghanian sculptor El Anatsui; Susan Canning interviews artist, curator, writer, and political organizer, Juan Sanchez, and writer, poet, political activist, sculptor, and performance artist, Jimmy Durham; Mildred Thomson interviews Valerie Maynard about the influence of Black art, Black artists, and perceptions of the Black community in the media, and Peter Morrin reflects on the life and career of illustrator Bill Traylor.
Also in this issue, Curtia Jame's "Beyond the Boundaries of Black Art"analyzes the term "Black Art", and the constrictions and liberation surrounding Black artists; Christan Walker interviews Pamela Wright and Lolita Woodward about their Performance Company, Isis, established in 1988. In addition, reviews both nationally and internationally are also featured by a slew of contributing writers.