ART PAPERS 15.02 - Mar/Apr 1991 - SOLD OUT
Although the Persian Gulf war started the day after the deadline for this issue, the contributing artists and writers address social and political questions. Cesar Trasobares, Elyn Zimmerman, Arlene Raven and Tim Rollins discuss public art. They seek to redefine the term as a relationship between the artist and public as a means of engagement. A few of the other features include Dorit Cypis and Nathan Braulick's exploration of how sexuality can push the boundaries of patronage, Lawrence Hetrick's look at who sets the agenda for censorship of art. Notable reviews include John Salvest's review of Barry Hylton's "Stuff'n'Fluff" sculptures, Olga M. Viso's examination of some of Fernando De Szyszlo's photography, Susan Canning's review of David Wojnarowicz's "In the Garden" exhibition, and Dinah Ryan's review of Tibor Hajas' haunting photographs included in "Nightmare Works."
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