ART PAPERS 25.06 - Nov/Dec 2001
The Nov/December issue is the 25th anniversary Commemorative Edition of ART PAPERS. In this issue, editor Michael Pittari contemplates all that is ART PAPERS; Jerry Cullum writes about the quarter-century of consistent art, ideas in arts, and arts journalism; Tom Moody writes about digital expressionism; John Johnston interviews video curator, Barbara London, about the evolution of media from video to the web; Richard Kostelanetz talks about technology, imagination, and how they will contribute to the future of art.
Along the theme of time, Anne Barclay Morgan interviews Nancy Spero about women across cultures and time; Tom Patterson reflects on 25 years of self-taught artists; Photographs from Atlanta's airport over the last 25 years are displayed; Suzi Gablik reflects on the life of René Magritte; Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe examines the role of criticism; Cay Sophie-Rabinowitz analyzes are in the wake of tragedy; Nicholas Drake reflects on Spolet's reach after 25 years; Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Lisa Wolford have a conversation about tech, performance art, and digital racism. This edition also features reviews of cities in the U.S. southeast, northeast, midwest, southwest, west coast, and international cities. Jerry Cullum also pays homage to teacher, artist, and scholar, Thomasine Bradford.