May 1984

Table of Contents

  • COLUMNS

  • BOOKS

    Frederic Tuten on For Georges Remi/Hergé
  • FEATURES

  • CHASING DREAMS: VICTOR HITCHCOCK AND ALFRED BURGIN
    Jean Fisher
  • OBSESSIVE PICTURES OR OPPOSITION TO THE NORM: NOTEWORTHY ASPECTS OF THE ENGAGED IMAGINATION IN NEW GERMAN ART
    Annelie Pohlen
  • A PROGRESSION BY CHUCK CLOSE: WHO'S AFRAID OF PHOTOGRAPHY?
  • THE DEATH OF SEMIOTICS (IN LATE MODERN ARCHITECTURE), THE CORRUPTION OF METAPHOR (IN POST-MODERNISM), THE BIRTH OF THE PUNCTUM (IN NEOMANIA)
    Douglas Davis
  • ROMARE BEARDEN SEES IN MEMORY
    Myron Schwartzman
  • FREE SPEECH
    Greil Marcus
  • FORUM
    Max Kozloff, Kay Larson, and Donald Kuspit
  • REVIEWS