ART PAPERS 20.02 - Mar/Apr 1996
This issue features several interviews: 'Janine Antoni' by Amy Jinkner-Lloyd, 'Fernando Lopes' by Glenn Harper and 'Peter Saul' by David McCarthy. The issue also contains several essays with the overall topic of architecture. Harris Dimitropoulos investigates the current propensity of architectural education and discourse for some notion of the tectonic that is considered as a source of legitimacy and more than that, as a source of essence and unquestionable validity,
in his article Architecture/Narcissism. Dalia Judovitz explores Matta-Clark's work in her article 'Unpacking the House' and Nadir Lahiji writes about the discourse of architecture & the discourse of the university.
Reviews include Leonel Gonzalez: Colonizers vs. Colonized at the Ambrosino Gallery, Michael Gibson: Terminus at the Chassie Post Gallery, Paul Kayhart and Elizabeth Lide: Thorn Upon the Rose at the Sandler Hudson Gallery and Jim Anderson at Ronald Feldman Fine Art, among others.