ART PAPERS 21.06 - Nov/Dec 1997

ART PAPERS 21.06 - Nov/Dec 1997

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This issue, coming at the potential "end of the print era," explores the new opportunities for the medium of the artist's book, including L. Kristin Herndon's article examining zines published by individual artists, Terri Cohn's report on recent works by artists in California and Dinah Ryan's review of three Virginia exhibitions attempting to find new formats and uses for one-of-a-kind books and multiples, and Nicholas Drake's conversation with Martha Wilson discussing the implications of the former archive of artists' books Franklin Furnace closing its doors but forming a web presence. Noteworthy reviews include Virginia Rutledge's review of Tamara Fites' performance piece Adult Babies, They're So Messy, Michelle Vitetta's review of K. C. Rosenberg's Sedimental Sediments, and Susan M. Canning's review of documenta X.