ART PAPERS 26.06 - Nov/Dec 2002 - SOLD OUT
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In this issue Cathy Bird investigates the legacy of the 'Freestyle' show in her article Is there a 'post-black' art? Paul Krainak considers the work of artists Grennan & Sperandio; a duo that steers clear of art's stylistic pressures and examines a more enduring trait of modernism-art's persistent inability to signify outside a prescribed sphere of influence. Joseph Whitt writes about Kendell Geers's art of terror in his article The Passenger.
Furthermore, after 'post-black' Gean Moreno considers 'post-griffiti' and Susan J. Douglas discusses Brazilian Conceptual Artist Ana Maria Tavares.