ART PAPERS 16.06 - Nov/Dec 1992 - SOLD OUT
This issue is the Craft issue and contains the following articles: Jane Kessler writes about (the lack of) Content in crafts and the bias against it by critics, Mary Douglas describes the craft of glassmaking in Chihuly Sweepstakes, Angela Adams and Paula Owen go beyond the visual in Crafts and the Sensory Component of Art, Pamela Blume Leonard discusses the link between folk crafts and contemporary studio crafts in Craft/Folk/Function, Bill Alexander, Robert Carlson and Ward Doubet have A Conversation, David Trend investigates the Politics of the Ordinary in Tradition and Social Change in Folk Art, Philis Alvic has Thoughts on Criticism of the Fiber Arts, Kod Igwe looks at the idea of clothing in A Nigerian Adire Cloth, Clarence D. White investigates how the market values The Furniture/Sculpture Nexus, Laurence Holden places himself Between Art & Craft and Linda McGreevy discusses A Crafting Collaboration between critics and (crafts)artists.
Reviews include Fred Wilson: Mining the Museum at The Museum for Contemporary Arts Baltimore, Cindy Sherman at the Linda Cathcart Gallery, Radcliffe Bailey: Places of Birth at the TULA Foundation Gallery and Sigmund Abeles at Portfolio Gallery, to name a few.
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