ART PAPERS 26.04 - July/Aug 2002 - SOLD OUT
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In this issue, Chika Okeke interviews Okwui Enwezor about contemporary African art. Tracy Moffatt discusses her film series "Fourth" with Lisa Fischman, for a studio visit. Paul Jones, an African-American art advocate, reflects on his gift to the University of Delaware, and Teri Tynes analyzes Alfred Leslie, and his film The Cedar Bar. This issue also features Michael Fallon's analysis of art criticism in the United State's midwest, and Daniel O'Quinn discusses designer Bruce Mau's book, Life Style.
U.S and international cities are reviewed by Susan E. Richmond, Charles Nelson, Jane Bickerton, Jerry Cullum, Dorothy Joiner, Susan W. Knowles, Craig Drennen, Diana C. Stoll, Gean Moreno, and other writers.