ART PAPERS 28.03 - May/June 2004 - SOLD OUT
This issue embraces novel art materials, featuring work ranging from video, film and DVD to nail polish, plumbing supplies, enamel paint, and car parts. Notable articles include Felicia Feaster's look at how Trinh Minh-ha has merged formal, thematic, and theoretical concerns into evocative video, most recently with The Fourth Dimension (2001) and Night Passage (2004), as well as Charles Reeve and Jerry Cullum's examination of the Warhol documentary Absolut Warhola, that "visits a place [Warhol] never went, to interview people he never met." Some of the reviews in this issue include Anjalia Gupta's review of Eileen Maxon's Distance Education, Cindy Hurt's review of Linda Ridgway's Considered, and Nicholas Frank's review of Joseph Grigely's The Suburban.
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