ART PAPERS 16.02 - Mar/Apr 1992 - SOLD OUT
Fighting ignorance, bigotry, narrow-minded economics, and the complacency of the powerful, is a laborious task that is a major part of the art process for the artists mentioned in this issue. Nina Menkes’ remarkable films are a challenge to social and cinematic complacency, and Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe’s work as a painter and critic challenges the art world as a whole to make the intellectual and aesthetic effort to overcome the mediocrities that characterize much of contemporary life. Four feature articles in this issue are transcriptions of the lecture series, “Art in Context: Public and Private Values”. Among many other critics and curators, artists Dennis Adams, Rudolf Baranik, and Lorna Simpson, discuss different aspects of the relationships between individual artists and the public, public art and its audience, and the artist and multicultural society. This issue has many reviews, including Anne Barclay Morgan and Gregory R. Miller’s review of The Biennial of Contemporary Art.
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