And Journal of Art and Art Education, no:17, 1988
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And Journal of Art and Art Education, no:17, 1988
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London : And
Description
Content: The 20C Trajectory… Black Hole at the Core? (John Latham & Ian Macdonald- Munro) p.3 - Paris-London: Memories of the Sixties (David Medalla) p.8 - Containment: Robots, Dollies and Space (John Kaine) p.18 - Curriculum Vitae (Suzan Swale) p.22 - 1968 - 1988 Unhappy Anniversary (Conrad Atkinson) p.27 - Criticising the Real, More Preliminary Thoughts (Brandon Taylor) p.30 - One Plus or Minus One (May Stevens) p.34 - Committed to Print: Social Themes in Recent American Printed Art (Deborah Wye) p.36 - May 68 (Impressions Gallery) p.42 - What Happened at Hornsey in May 1968? (Nick Wright) p.44 - Production and Intervention: Kill the CSAR (Lef 88) p.48 - Who's Afraid of Nichola Jacobs? (Kingston) p.54 - Artoon: Who will look up to this man as a model? p.56
Issue Date
1988
Language
English
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/47811
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31 cm.
Identifier
SARAND013
Rights
Local Access
Rights Holder
İsmail Saray
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