ART PAPERS 03.01 - Jan/Feb 1979 - SOLD OUT
This issue pairs two separate artist-to-artist conversations. The first, with visual artists Ken Friedman, Helen Harrison, and Newton Harrison, discusses storytelling via drawings, perspective, and mapmaking. The second is a conversation between three Atlanta artists, George Hemphill, Daryl Vance, and Walton Harris, and centers around the influx of new media (offset printing, cinematography, and electromagnetic recording), what this new media meant for the art world, and artists' ability to disseminate their work.
Other points of interest: a report on Georgia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, and the recent grant that made it possible for Hartsfield Jackson International Airport to acquire works of art at their recently-constructed midfield terminal complex.
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