ART PAPERS 18.05 - Sept/Oct 1994 - SOLD OUT
This issue presents multiple points of view on folk art, including Tom Patterson's survey of the field's development over the last decade; Sal Scalora and Jerry Cullum's study of Royal Robertson and R.A. Mille, Roger Cardinal's examination of the possibility of defining folk art as "self-taught," and Maureen Sherlock's criticism of the term "rusticophilia."
Some noteworthy reviews include, among others, Jenni Lukac's review of Petah Coyne's recent exhibition, Linda McGreevy's review of Helen Evans Ramsaran's bronzes, and Lewis Kachur's review of Judith Page's Text/Anti-Text.
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