September 1998

Table of Contents

  • COLUMNS

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
  • BOOKS

    Richard Flood on Manny Farber
  • SLANT

    Thomas Frank on advertising doubt
  • PASSAGES

    John Rajchman on Jean-François Lyotard
  • MUSIC

    Michael McGonigal on artist-owned labels
  • HOTLIST

    Gregory L. Ulmer on Gregory L. Ulmer
    Reena Jana on Pix Kicks
  • TOP TEN

    Karen Kilimnik
  • PREVIEWS

  • Regional Exhibitions

    Fifty-two shows from around the globe
  • US News

    William Harris on Thelma Golden
  • Peter Plagens on the MacArthur fellows
  • Corin Hewitt on traveling exhibitions
  • William Harris on the new Gramercy
  • William Harris on the museum director search
  • International News

    Louisa Buck on the Turner Prize nominees
  • William Harris on Lars Nittve
  • Robert Rosenblum on John Singer Sargent
  • World Report

    Miriam Rosen on the Festival d’Automne
  • Daniel Birnbaum on the Berlin Biennale
  • William Harris on Ann Hamilton
  • Carlos Basualdo on the Bienal de São Paulo
  • Charles Green on the Biennale of Sydney
  • FEATURES

  • VIRTUALLY FORMAL: LA PAINTERS
    Lane Relyea
  • 1000 WORDS: JASON RHOADES
    Daniel Birnbaum
  • IT AIN’T THE MEAT: FRANCIS BACON, THE MOVIE
    Richard Shone
  • WONDER BRED: SCI-FI ART
    Bruce Wagner
  • OPENINGS: HANNAH STARKEY
    Barry Schwabsky
  • REVIEWS

  • Bruce Hainley on “Out of Actions: Between Performance and the Object, 1949–1979”
  • Libby Lumpkin on Yayoi Kusama
  • Barry Schwabsky on Chaim Soutine
  • Michael Fried on Joseph Marioni
  • David Frankel on Eddie Izzard; “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”
  • Peter Plagens on Anish Kapoor