ART PAPERS 24.03 - May/June 2000
In this issue, Anne Barclay Morgan interviews Dave Hickey, renowned for his critical views on beauty, art, culture, and having written extensively for many publications. His background is as diverse as his views, having served as executive editor of Art in America magazine, a gallery director in both Austin and New York, a composer/musician, and a teacher of art criticism and theory in Las Vegas.
Christine Laffer discusses California Artist Seyed Alavi in her article "Transforming the Text"; and Gean Moreno writes about the lingering presence of extended adolescence of Contemporary Art in the piece "High Noon in Desire Country".
This issue further includes a studio visit to Jimmy O'Neal, and an investigation of art in Argentina and Uruguay.