Volume 30 No.6
EDITORIAL Tom Mullaney looks forward to the work being done In Chicago. Daniel Nanavati moans a little about the human condition being brought on our own heads by our own corrupt practices.
Raymond Salvatore Harmon an American artist living in London talks about the Context of Creation.
THE CHANGING TREASONS
Darren Jones, a Scots living in New York, calls for the resignations of all the New York art critics.
ONE WAY FOR AN ARTIST TO THINK
Ken turner, a long time resident of St Ives in Cornwall who celebrates his 90th birthday this year, describes a way in which we can expand our thought process.
THE DEGENERATION OF THE AVANT-GARDE
Edward Lucie-Smith by kind permission of The Jackdaw, on the lost promises of the Sensation Show.
MODERNISM – ITS ORIGINS, FEATURES and RELEVANCE
Roland Gurney takes us on a tour of Modernism from 1910 across the arts.
JAC KUNST on the Shoretime Spaceline show at the Hyde Park Art Center
MICHEL SÉGARD on Tony Fitzpatrick: The Secret Birds, at DePaul Arts
EVAN CARTER on the Renaissance Society show Between the Ticks of the
Clocks at University of Chicago
KATE HADLEY TOFTNESS on the retrospective of Kerry James Marshall at
the Museum of Contemporary Art
ANNIE MARKOVICH on Martin Puryear: Multiple Dimensions, Art Institute
KAREN H SAXBY and GUY BARKLEY-SMITH from Plymouth College of Art,
review Robert Jones, alongside Kerry Harding’s and Marion Taylor’s show,
‘There and Back Again’ at the Penwith and Youki Hirakawa: ‘Secret Fire’ at
Anima-Mundi St Ives.