March 1986

Table of Contents

  • COLUMNS

  • ON LOCATION

    Alan Shields' works of paper.
  • MARGINALIA

    Thomas McEvilley on Will it last: does it matter?
  • MODERN LIFE

    Carter Ratcliff on How Scale Works.
  • TURNED OUT

    Sunil Sethi on in America, love means never having to say sari.
  • LIKE ART

    Glenn O'Brien on Ye’ll tak' the high road an I’ll tak' the low road / An' I’ll be at Le Mondrian before ye.
  • GROUND UP

    Herbert Muschamp on the piazza in the living room. Communion by communication.
  • REMOTE CONTROL

    Barbara Kruger on Television
  • SPEAKER TO SPEAKER

    Greil Marcus on In the kingdom of the invisible.
  • FEATURES

  • LIBERATIONS
    The minus works of Michelangelo Pistoletto.
  • THE COWBOY PHILOSOPHER
    Greil Marcus
  • RAINER WERNER FASSBINDER
    A comet passed by—energy burnt against oppression.
  • TOWARD ANOTHER LAOCOÖN, OR, THE SNAKE PIT
    Sunday in the park with art. From the Impressionists to the neo-Expressionists, the avant-garde's will to survive art appreciation.
  • BARBARIC PLACE: PROJECT FOR ARTFORUM
    With a note by Herbert Muschamp
  • FLASHES OF UNDERSTATEMENT
    Four decades of Elmer Bischoff's reckoning with paint.
  • REVIEWS