ART PAPERS 22.05 - Sept/Oct 1998 - SOLD OUT
This issue focussed on the relationship between art and film. Notably, this issue features Bret Wood's interview with David Lynch and Simon Dixon's feature on Peter Greenaway, both looking at how the filmmaker who is also a practicing artist communicates differently between their mediums than the artist who is secondarily a filmmaker. Also featured are Felicia Feaster's exploration of the "New Documentary Aesthetic" shared by photography and film, as well as Christian Keathley's tracing of the "Sketched Film" to Italian Neo-Realist filmmakers of the 1940s and '50. Some reviews include Christopher Miles' examination of Larry Hammerness' Up Close and Personal, Francine Farr's review of Kiki Smith's Night, and Cedric DeSouza's review of Darrin Martin's Emergency Exits.
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