ART PAPERS 20.05 - Sept/Oct 1996 - SOLD OUT
This issue, originally meant to discuss the political implications of beauty, mutated into an issue that addresses why nature (Nature) remains a taboo topic. This guest-edited issue features a conversation with Arturo Lindsay and Geoff Weston, Hal Foster's exploration of this dilemma of the political of life after poststructuralism. Additionally, the idea of Nature remaining forbidden because the term has been used as a prop for racism is explored in an interview with Thomas McEvilley. Some notable reviews include Michael Reed's review of Cameron Shaw's sculptural pieces that "appear to be translations of the objects... in Rene Magriette's paintings and D. Eric Bookhardt's review of Tony Fitzpatrick's recent works.
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