ART PAPERS 18.03 - May/June 1994 - SOLD OUT
This issue looks forward to artists in open and diverse communities, rather than back to a "golden age" of "natural" community. Featured stories include, among others, transcriptions from Alternate ROOTS "tackling reviving artists' historical role at the center of community life"; Anne Barclay Morgan's conversation with Arlene Raven on the interrelationship of artists, activists, and communities; and Carmen Lomas Garza's conversation with Jennifer Easton, a Chicana artist, on the responsibility of community involvement at the expense of doing her own artwork.
Some of the many notable reviews include Carol LaFayette's review of Mary Engel's animal sculptures, Rob McGowan's review of Collected Works: Sculpture by John Salvest, and Edward K. Brown II's review of The Feminist Film/Video Series coordinated by Suzanne Warren.
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