ART PAPERS 23.03 - May/June 1999 - SOLD OUT
The end of the century represents the end of a moment, the bridging of several movements, and the product of these shifts. In this issue, Barbara Shreiber writes on the necessity of disposing one’s bad art in The Long Good-bye. David Moos illustrates the changing identities within painting, from modernism to abstraction and surrealism. A deeper understanding of surrealism--that which bridges early modernism and postmodernism, is discussed in an interview with Mary Ann Caws by Tom Csaszar in Provoking Perception. This issue also includes reviews of various exhibits, galleries, and attractions across the United States and internationally.
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