ART PAPERS 22.03 - May/June 1998 - SOLD OUT
This issue covers "New Trends in Contemporary Art". Maureen P. Sherlock points out larger social issues in her article "Moral Minimalism and the Suburban Spectacle". Dinah Ryan examines the morally ambiguous aesthetic of gothicism and its relationship to childhood. Sarah Charlesworth through photography and words articulates the role of technology, it's relationship to truth, and its affect on perceptions of reality.
Other articles in this issue includes Cedric DeSouza's studio visit with Atlanta artist Daniel Hoover, whose work combines 90's aesthetics with his cultural roots. Robert Ramsey's artists survival guide informs artists on what is needed in order to begin digitally restoring and reproducing their own work. this issue also contains an abundance of reviews of cities throughout the nation.
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