October 2013

Alice Aycock

Daniel Quiles

Alice Aycock’s eleven drawings for Project Entitled “The Beginnings of a Complex . . .” (For Documenta), 1977, marked a subtle yet profound shift in her art. A series of architectural plans for her contribution to that year’s Documenta 6, in Kassel, the drawings portray five plywood structures composed of rudimentary walls, enclosures, apertures, and ladders—a more …

ARTFORUM SUBSCRIBERS have full access to this issue. If you are a subscriber, but haven't activated your online account log in below to activate your subscription online.

SUBSCRIBE NOW for immediate access to this issue and to our online archives, and receive the printed magazine for only $46 a year.* Plus, you'll receive a year of Bookforum, Artforum's award-winning book review, at no additional charge.**

Login to purchase online access to the October 2013 issue for $5.99 or order the print edition for $15.00.***

* This rate applies to domestic US subscriptions.

** Bookforum is included in individual domestic subscriptions only.

*** Price does not include shipping and handling fees.