ART PAPERS 27.01 - Jan/Feb 2003 - SOLD OUT
This issue is the first with new design changes that refresh the magazine and make it better meet the needs of readers. Some noteworthy articles include Gary Younge writing on the empty plinth in London's Trafalgar square (and the public debate surrounding it); J. Gluckstern's examination of Emily Dickinson's influence on Leslie Dill; and Charles Reeve's article claiming vulgarity in art is a more actionable response than anger, with the works of Robin Collyer, Su-en Wong, and Michael Gibson. Reviews include Nicholas Frank's review of Kirsten Stoltmann's Constructing the Dramatic, Yuling Huang's review of Meek Young Shin's soap sculptures, Susan Senseman's review of Claire Wolf Krantz's Java, In Time and Memory, and Curtia James' examination of Robert Trotman's Model Citizens.
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