ART PAPERS 07.01 - Jan/Feb 1983 - SOLD OUT
This issue features interviews with John Chamberlain and Michael Graves. Tom Patterson delves into the historical and cultural impact of SECCA, The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art. Joy Peters interviews legendary Romare Bearden about the specifics of the medium and concepts behind his then current show "Jazz". Carol Sokol interviews June Wayne about her "Dorothy Series", discussing the idea of "personal history as political art". Anthony DeCurtis talks about the Art for the People's Sake Performing Arts Festival, the controversy it stirred up and place of rest it provided during a time of governmental influenced crackdown on arts funding. Louise Shaw interviews John Lawrence about the Artists in Georgia show, surrounding the move of the exhibition from High Museum to LaGrange and the current state of the arts in mid-georgia. Reviews include but are not limited to Stan Sharshal, Sonja Rieger, Aqui Se Lo Halla, New American Paperworks, Marcia Cohen, Ana Mendieta, Atlanta Photographers and Jacob Lawrence.
This issue is currently out of stock. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org