Tag Archives: Rachel Shteir


Each issue the New Art Examiner will invite a well-known, or not-so-well-known, art world personality to write a speakeasy essay on a topic of interest – whatever it may be.   1. Several of the women in my family seem to have a sour tooth. I learned this when my aunt confided in me some years ago that she preferred …

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Volume 31 no. 5 May / June 2017

LETTERS p4 OP-ED – Our Cover Explained by DEREK GUTHRIE p2 SPEAKEASY  Rachel Shteir our flâneur p9 THE WILL TO IGNORANCE by JORGE MIGUEL BENITEZ p11 JOHN BERGER a personal memory by KEN TURNER p18 ROSE HILTON last of the St Ives School interviewed by DEREK GUTHRIE p19 THE RELEVANCE OF CRITICAL THEORY TO ART TODAY by CHRIS CULTRONE of …

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