December 6, 2001 - Art On Paper - Art On Paper January-February
December 6, 2001

Art On Paper January-February

Art On Paper

How does poet Bill Corbett remember Philip Gustons obsession with Richard Nixon? Who among you remembers the pivotal 1940s journal Tigers Eye? How does photographer Michael Ackerman remember what he felt?

Art On Papers January-February issue explores the current state of research on and marketing of prints, drawings, and photography. Aside from articles on Guston, Ackerman, and Tigers Eye, the issue includes Hiroshi Sugimotos perspective on his recent theater project, Noh Such Thing as Time; also, Matthew Marks at 10; Yvonne Jacquette at 25; a very special coloring book; a spectacular new MoMA online exhibition; and one of the only articles ever to expose Peapod Style engravings to a general public.

Always exclusive to Art On Paper are reports on recent limited-edition prints (here major projects by Sol LeWitt, Joan Snyder, and Terry Winters) and special columns dedicated to new photography and artists books. Find out, too, how the New York art world has responded to the September 11 tragedy, and keep up with the latest news on the current economic prospects for works on paper.

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