ART PAPERS 25.02 - Mar/Apr 2001
This issue presents readers with a blend of several important topics in contemporary art and culture; featuring Dennis Raverty's examination of Siah Armajani's work as "local affecting the global", and examines how aesthetic concerns add precedence to much of contemporary sculpture. Continuing to explore controversy, George Gessert writes on artists using biotechnology.
This issue also features a piece by William R. Kaizen on the art-rock band Sonic Youth. Also included are Eric Bookhardt of Lory Lockwood's "Spectacle of the Mannequin," Anne Fahey's review of Jeanne Dunning's "Photographs and Video", and Michelle Marie Roy's review of David Bailey's retrospective "Birth of the Cool."