ART PAPERS 15.05 - Sept/Oct 1991
This issue of ART PAPERS offers a broad range of necessary discussions- from the voice of an untrained artist like George Andrews, to the voices of art world insiders like Collins & Milazzo. Barbara Hammer discusses not only the process of making films, but the censorship that has characterized the reception of her films at some stages of her career. Chris Burden, Christian Boltanski, and Ann Hamilton carry on the dialogue that characterized the ambitious Visual Arts Program of the 1991 Spoleto Festival U.S.A. This was an event that, given the climate of funding and social attitudes, may not be repeated. Daniel Barbiero analyzes new developments in music and Anne Barclay Morgan offers insights into newly evolving interactive forms of art.
Reviews include the New York International Festival of the Arts, in which Elinor Fuchs gives insights into the cultural realities of present-day New York as well as the state of the theater and of theater festivals, Yoruba: Nine Centuries of African Art and Thought at the High Museum of Art, In the Looking Glass: Contemporary Narrative Painting at the Mint Museum of Art and Places with a Past: New Site-Specific Art at the Spoleto Festival in Charleston.
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