ART PAPERS 09.02 - Mar/Apr 1985 - SOLD OUT
Linda Dublin discusses critiques of the indie film festival circuit. Judy McWillie explores Joni Mabes work as a manifestation of a change for stubborn, and perhaps agitated, standards and gatekeeping about culture, relevancy and attention-worthiness. Barbara McKenzie writes about the uniqueness of photographer George Mitchells book Ponce De Leon. Anselm Atkins magnifies parallels between bird-watching and critiquing art. Virginia Warren Smith interviews photographer and multifaceted careerwoman Martha Strawn. Reviews include but are not limited to: Robert Reid, Linda Myello, Barbara Schreiber, Women's Caucus for Art and National Downhome Blues Festival. News briefs include mention of first official meeting of Atlanta Gallery Association, a Philip Glass performance and Nexus (currently Atlanta Contemporary Art Center).
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