Other new publications on queer art, January 2003

Ammirati, Domenick, “Whitney Biennial 2002, New York,” Artext, no. 78 (fall 2002), p. 78-79. Includes discussion and reproduction of photo of Felix Partz by AA Bronson

Armstrong, David. All day every day. Zurich: Scalo; London: Thames & Hudson, 2002. 144 p. ISBN 3-908247-56-X (£48); distributed by DAP ($65)

Bain, Christian, “Warhol’s rarely shown queer sexual work comes into public view,” The archive (Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation), #8 (fall 2002), p. 3-6

Bain, Christian, “What happens when high art and hot sex collide?: in which queer art scouts earn their merit badges,” The archive (Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation), #8 (fall 2002), p. 9-11

Baker, Andy, “Hey there cowboy: is new country the ambiguously gay genre?” Shout, v. 7, #1 (Dec. 2002/Jan. 2003), p. 34-37. On the imagery used in marketing CDs by male country singers, with photographs by Emily Wilson

Barrenche, Raul A., “Blurring boundaries between hidden and revealed, work and play, Joel Sanders fashions the highly flexible Lee Residence,” Architectural record, v. 190, no. 9 (Sept. 2002), p. 122-129

Bellafante, Ginia, “Herb Ritts, photographer of celebrities, is dead at 50,” New York times, Dec. 27, 2002, p. A19

Benes, Barton Lidice. Curiosa: celebrity relics, historical fossils, & other metamorphic rubbish. Introduction by John Berendt. New York: Abrams, 2002. 131 p. ISBN 0-8109-3537-6 ($29.95)

Bernstein, Fred, “Irish pride meets gay pride,” The advocate, #873 (Oct. 1, 2002), p. 56-57. On the Irish Hunger Memorial in Battery Park City, New York, designed by gay artist Brian Tolle

Blumenthal, Ralph, “Sex Museum says it is here to educate,” New York times, Sept. 19, 2002, p. E1, E6. On the Museum of Sex, New York

Boyce, David B., “Duane Michals: photographer, storyteller,” The gay & lesbian review, v. 10, no. 1 (Jan./Feb. 2003), p. 28-30

Bronson, A. A. Tick tock. 2002. Artist’s book available at Gallery M, 123 West 135th St., New York 10030 212-234-1406

Burr, Tom. Tom Burr: Deep purple. Essay by George Baker. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2002. Brochure for an installation in the Sculpture Court

Camhi, Leslie, “Dinner is served: reassessing Judy Chicago and other feminist avatars,” Village voice, Oct. 16-22, 2002, p. 55. On the installation of “Dinner party”

Camhi, Leslie, “The lovely bones: a retrospective of Peter Hujar’s picturesque ruins,” Village voice, Nov. 20-26, 2002, p. 59. On the exhibition at Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

Carr, C., “Two latinas, two lesbians, two laff riots,” Village voice, Oct. 9-15, 2002, p. 51. On “Single white female” with Marga Gomez and Carmelita Tropicana at P.S. 122, New York

Cotter, Holland, “AA Bronson ‘Tick-tock’ [at] Gallery M, 123 West 135th Street, Harlem, through Jan. 26,” New York times, Dec. 13, 2002, p. E44

Cotter, Holland, “Peter Hujar [at] Matthew Marks Gallery, 523 West 24th Street, Chelsea, through Dec. 23,” New York times, Dec. 6, 2002, p. E40. Short review of exhibition, with illustration of 1976 self-portrait

Cotter, Holland, “Two nods to feminism, long snubbed by curators,” New York times, Oct. 11, 2002, p. E35. On the “Personal and political” show at the Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY

Crimp, Douglas. Melancholia and moralism: essays on AIDS and queer politics. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2002. 319 p. ISBN 0-262-03295-3 ($29.95)

Currier, Jameson, “Charles Henri Ford” [obituary], Lambda book report, v. 11, no. 3 (Oct. 2002), p. 48

Daniels and Baloga. Property from the estates of David M. Daniels and Stevan Beck Baloga. 208 p. Catalog for the sale at Sotheby’s, New York, Oct. 29, 2002

Deitcher, David, “Mix master: John O’Reilly’s collage gems are more than just cut-and-paste,” Time out (New York), Oct. 31-Nov. 7, 2002. Review of exhibition at Julie Saul Gallery, New York

Ebony, David, “Trouble in paradise,” Art in America, no. 1 (Jan. 2003), p. 74-79. On three recent exhibitions of work by Jack Pierson: “Jack Pierson: regrets” at Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, Mar. 15-June 30, 2002; smaller survey at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, Oct. 11-Nov. 9, 2002; new works at Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, Oct. 24-Nov. 16, 2002

Ellenzweig, Allen, “Robert Giard: portrait of a photographer,” The gay & lesbian review, v. 10, no. 1 (Jan./Feb. 2003), p. 12-13. Memorial essay

Ferber, Lawrence, “Creature of habit: Greg Bordowitz delivers next chapter in his HIV trilogy,” Gay city news, Dec. 13-19, 2002, p. 17, 20. His “Habit” was screened at MoMA, Dec. 14, 2002

Ferri, Roger. Roger Ferri: architectural visionary. Essays by Colin Amery and Graziella Marchicelli. Loretto, Pa.: Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, 2002. 30 p.

Field, Edward, “Diane Derrick: the making of a sculptor,” The gay & lesbian review, v. 9, no. 6 (Nov.-Dec. 2002), p. 20-21

Flournoy, MacArthur H., “Greg McNeal: a photographer with heart,” Arise magazine, v. 2, no. 8 (Sept. 2002), p. 28-33, with 6 photos

Foley, Dylan, “The king of curiosities: New York artist Barton Benes bequeaths his irresistibly weird collection of pop artifacts to a museum in ... North Dakota?” The advocate, #874 (Oct. 15, 2002), p. 64-65

Foss, Paul, “Adi Nes at the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego,” Artext (Los Angeles), no. 78 (fall 2002), p. 80-81

Gideonse, Ted, “Artists with(out) a cause,” Poz, issue no. 87 (Dec. 2002), p. 42-46. Profile of Visual AIDS, the group that gave us Day With(out) Art and the red ribbon

Gilmore, David, “Bitterness and the fine art of outing,” on advocate.com, posted Sept. 25, 2002. “An ex-lover’s decision to sanction the display of private love letters from artist Robert Rauschenberg at the gay community center in San Francisco raises vital questions about respecting our relationships and ourselves”

Glueck, Grace, “John Bankston, ‘The capture and escape of Mr. M., chapter 2’,” New York times, Oct. 11, 2002, p. E38. Short notice of exhibition at Jack Shainman Gallery, New York

Gomez, Edward M., “Power and glory in sisterhood,” New York times, Oct. 13, 2002, p. AR35-36. On “Gloria: another look at feminist art in the 1970’s” at White Columns, New York

Greer, Fergus. Leigh Bowery looks: photographs by Fergus Greer, 1988-1994. London: Violette Editions, 2001. 175 p. ISBN 1900828197

Gronlund, Melissa, “Plot twist,” Art news, v. 102, no. 1 (Jan. 2003), p. 25. On Patricia Cronin’s “Memorial to a marriage” which was sited on the future plot she shares with partner Deborah Kass in Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx

Gundel, Marc. Keith Haring: short messages: posters, 1982-1990. Munich and New York: Prestel, 2002. 96 p. ISBN 3-7913-2780-1 ($39.95) Text in English and German; published in conjunction with an exhibition at Versicherungskammer Bayern, Munich, Nov. 13, 2002-Jan. 25, 2003; Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg, Feb. 13-May 4, 2003; Kunstmuseum Heidenheim, May 17-June 20, 2003; and Kunsthaus Kaufbeuren, Aug.-Sept., 2003.

Halley, Peter, and Jan Verwoert, Midori Matsuri. Wolfgang Tillmans. London: Phaidon, 2002. (Contemporary artists) 160 p. ISBN 0714841927 (pbk)

Haring, Keith. Keith Haring: Heaven and Hell. Edited by Götz Adriani; essays by Ralph Melcher, David Galloway, Andreas Schalhorn, Giorgio Verzotti, Ulrike Gehring; texts by Keith Haring. Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz, 2001. 200 p. ISBN 3-7757-1082-5 ($45 at New Museum bookshop) Issued in conjunction with an exhibition at Museum für Neue Kunst ZKM Karlsruhe (Sept. 2001-Jan. 2002) and Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam (May-July 2002)

Harvey, Mark, “Costume drama: photographer Fergus Greer talks about capturing the bold, pioneering work of the late performance artist Leigh Bowery,” The advocate, #875 (Oct. 29, 2002), p. 66-67

Hatt, Michael, “‘Making a man of him’: masculinity and the black body in mid-nineteenth-century American sculpture,” Race-ing art history (Routledge, 2002), p. 191-213

Hoare, Philip, “Charles Henri Ford: enigmatic survivor of New York’s bohemian surrealists,” The independent, Oct. 1, 2002, p. 20 (obituary)

hooks, bell, “Altars of sacrifice: re-membering Basquiat,” Race-ing art history (Routledge, 2002), p. 341-350

Hujar, Peter. Animals and nudes. Essay by Klaus Kertess. Santa Fe, NM: Twin Palms Press, 2002 $60 Selected as an outstanding book in photography for 2002 by the New York times book review (Dec. 8, 2002)

Ibson, John. Picturing men: a century of male relationships in everyday American photography. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2002. 237 p. ISBN 1-58834-055-4 ($32.99)

Johnson, Ray. Ray Johnson: correspondences. Columbus, Ohio: Wexner Center for the Arts, 1999. ISBN 2080136631. ISBN 1881390217 (pbk). To accompany the exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (Jan. 14-Mar. 21, 1999) and Wexner Center (Sept. 17-Dec. 31, 2000)

Johnson, Ray. Ray Johnson: how sad I am today. Curated by Michael Morris and Sharla Shava. Vancouver: Morris and Belkin Art Gallery, 1999. ISBN 0888656122. Exhibition catalog

Kimmelman, Michael, “A collage in which life = death = art,” New York times, Oct. 6, 2002, p. AR1, 36. On the film “How to draw a bunny” about Ray Johnson

Koolish, Lynda, “40 portraits of West Coast writers,” Zyzzyva magazine (San Francisco), v. 18, no. 3 (winter 2002)

Krach, Aaron, “How to draw a question mark: artist biopic offers insight, exposition, and few answers,” Gay city news, Oct. 11-17, 2002, p. 28. On “How to draw a bunny” about Ray Johnson

Krach, Aaron, “The trouble with dick: even Warhol can’t get a break when his art is gay,” Gay city news, Oct. 18-24, 2002, p. 23, 31

Leffingwell, Edward, “Peter Blake at Paul Morris,” Art in America, no. 1 (Jan. 2003), p. 107. Short review of “Appropriating Jack Pierson” and fictitious women wrestlers -- works by Blake -- at Paul Morris Gallery, New York

Leland, John, “For Warhol’s family, a pepper pot of gold: remembering a famous uncle and his canny gift,” New York times, Nov. 28, 2002, p. F1, 6

Leslie, Charles, “The story as told to us or how Leslie-Lohman acquired these two images,” The archive (Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation), #8 (fall 2002), p. 7

Lubin, David, “Projecting an image: the contested cultural identity of Thomas Eakins,” Art bulletin, v. 84, no. 3 (Sept. 2002), p. 510-522. Review of Eakins exhibition organized by Philadelphia Museum of Art and its catalog edited by Darrel Sewell

Makos, Christopher. Andy Warhol by Christopher Makos. New York: DAP, 2002. [408] p. ISBN 88-8158-379-8 ($29.95) Makos dresses up Warhol and takes pictures

Mann, William J., “Tim Miller returns to P.S. 122,” Gay city news, Nov. 15-21, 2002, p. 1, 22

McConnell, David, “Affectionate portrayals,” Lambda book report, v. 11, no. 3 (Oct. 2002), p. 41-42. Review of Picturing men: a century of male relationships in everyday American photography by John Ibson (Smithsonian Institution Press)

McCroy, Winnie, “Women of Astraea,” Go NYC magazine, v. 1, no. 6 (Dec. 2002), p. 18-19

McDermott, Stephen W., “Center of the universe: gay art group exhibits self-portraits,” Gay city news, Nov. 15-21, 2002, p. 29. On the “Identity” exhibition by the Artgroup at Lowe Gallery at Hudson Guild, New York

McDermott, Stephen W., “The gentle nude: Paul Cadmus’ male nudes celebrated in new book, exhibition,” Gay city news, Nov. 29-Dec. 5, 2002, p. 38-39. On the book by Justin Spring and the exhibition at D.C. Moore Gallery, New York

McDermott, Stephen W., “Happy meals: artists explore and inspire carnal appetites in paint,” Gay city news, Dec. 6-12, 2002, p. 16. On “Feast of desire” at Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation, New York

McDermott, Stephen W., “The magic of Albert Crudo: young artist mines pop culture and ‘natural’ gay wonders,” Gay city news, Nov. 1-7, 2002, p. 42

McGinley, Ryan, “In bed,” interview and portraits by Bruce LaBruce, Butt magazine, no. 3 (spring 2002), p. 36-44

McNulty, Tom, “Reference points: [review of] Andy Warhol: catalogue raisonné: paintings and sculpture,” Art documentation, v. 21, no. 2 (2002), p. 43-44

Meerman, Bas, “Drawings,” Butt magazine, no. 3 (spring 2002), p. 20-27

Millero, Anthony, “Priced to go: new curators unleash creativity on Orchard Street,” Gay city news, Dec. 13-19, 2002, p. 32-33. On the exhibition “Deviations” coordinated by Big Daddy Enterprises at Nigel Hamill’s showroom, New York

Moylan, Brian, “Behind the pink triangles: a new exhibit at the Holocaust Museum focuses on homosexual persecution and what the future may hold for the gay civil rights movement,” New York blade, Dec. 27, 2002, p. 18

NYC sex: how New York transformed sex in America. Essay by Grady T. Turner, conversations with Martin Duberman and others. New York: DAP, 2002. 224 p. ISBN 1-85759-277-8 ($25)

Northcross, Wayne, “Revolution to rediscovery: a Brazilian in New York mixes film and life,” Gay city news, Oct. 4-10, 2002, p. 15, 25. On the Hélio Oiticica exhibition at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York

Northcross, Wayne, “Rough trade: fashion photog ditches the glossy page for the gallery walls,” Gay city news, Oct. 4-11, 2002, p. 15, 25. On the Matthias Vriens show at The Project, New York

Olson, Elizabeth, “Gay focus at Holocaust Museum,” New York times, Jan. 4, 2003, p. B7, 19. On the exhibition “Nazi persecution of homosexuals, 1933-1945” at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington which will travel to New York, San Francisco and other cities

O’Reilly, John. John O’Reilly, assemblies of magic. Klaus Kertess, curator. Santa Fe: Twin Palms, 2002. 184 p. ISBN 1-931885-13-3 ($64.95) Published in conjunction with an exhibition at Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Sept. 3-Dec. 22, 2002

Pasanella, Marco, “La vie de bohème (without the grit),” New York times, Oct. 17, 2002, p. F6. On gay photographer Marcus Leatherdale and his home

Perlmutter, Donna, “About to say goodbye, obstreperous as ever,” New York times, Nov. 17, 2002, p. AR31. On “Body blows” by Tim Miller at P.S. 122, New York

Phillips, Tony, “Tick tick boom: survivor of General Idea continues the creative fight against AIDS,” Gay city news, Jan. 3-9, 2003, p. 32. On A.A. Bronson and his show at Gallery M., Harlem, New York

Pierson, Jack, “Jack Pierson,” THE international, #2 (fall/winter 2001), entire issue (all illustrations)

Race-ing art history: critical readings in race and art history. Edited by Kimberly N. Pinder. New York: Routledge, 2002. 413 p. ISBN 0-415-92760-9 (hb) ISBN 0-415-92761-7 (pb) Includes several essays with queer content, separately listed here

Robertson, Bruce. Sargent and Italy. Essays by Jane Dini, Ilene Susan Fort, Stephanie L. Herdrich, R.W.B. Lewis, and Richard Ormond. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2002. 208 p. ISBN 0691113289 Catalog of exhibition at Palazzo dei diamanti, Florence (Sept. 22, 2002-Jan. 6, 2003); Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Feb. 2-May 11, 2003); and Denver Art Museum (June 28-Sept. 21, 2003)

Roos, Bonnie, “Brassai’s minotaure nudes: woman, homosexuality and the involuntary nation,” Aurora, v. 2 (2001)

Rotello, Gabriel, “A true pioneer,” The advocate, #877 (Nov. 26, 2002), p. 72. Remembering Charles Henri Ford

Rubinstein, Raphael, “Ray, we hardly knew you,” Art in America, no. 1 (Jan. 2003), p. 51. Review of “How to draw a bunny” about Ray Johnson

Saltz, Jerry, “Carpe diem: are these the most underrated paintings of the ‘90s?” Village voice, Oct. 23-29, 2002, p. 67. On the Peter Cain show at Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

Saltz, Jerry, “Mommie queerest: entering Robert Melee’s Oedipal zone,” Village voice, Sept. 25-Oct. 1, 2002, p. 57. On the Melee show at Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York

Schmidt, Chris, “Dead or alive: posthumous fame for East Village underground icon,” Gay city news, Dec. 20-26, 2002, p. 17, 19. On Peter Hujar exhibition at Matthew Marks Gallery, New York and new Twin Palms collection entitled Animals and nudes

Schonauer, David, “Remastered master: photographer Greg Gorman creates a portfolio of digital prints with old-fashioned perfectionism,” American photo, v. 13, no. 4 (July/Aug. 2002), p. 36-40

Sheets, Hilarie M., “The grasshopper and the ants,” Art news, v. 102, no. 1 (Jan. 2003), p. 96. Short review of Frank Moore: between life and death (Twin Palms)

Simmons, Becky, “Influenced by symbolism: [review of] F. Holland Day,” Art documentation, v. 21, no. 2 (2002), p. 48-49

Sirius, Jean, “Collages,” featured art in HLFQ: Harrington lesbian fiction quarterly (Binghamton, NY: Alice Street Editions), v. 3, no. 3 (2002)

Skoggard, Carl, “Cover story,” photographs by Elizabeth Heyert, Nest, no. 18 (fall 2002), p. 150-161. On Warhol the collector

Smalls, James, “Stepping out on a limb: questioning masculinity in Girodet’s Scene of a deluge (1806),” Aurora, v. 2 (2001)

Smith, Rhonda, “Black gay archive tackles ‘undocumented’ history,” New York blade, Nov. 15, 2002, p. 13. On the Black Gay & Lesbian Archive Project at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture of the New York Public Library

Smith, Roberta, “For a paean to heroic women, a place at history’s table,” New York times, Sept. 20, 2002, p. E34. On the installation of Judy Chicago’s “Dinner party” at the Brooklyn Museum of Art

Smith, Roberta, “A garden of floral images by two masters of pop,” New York times, Dec. 13, 2002, p. E43. On the exhibition of works by Warhol and Jeff Koons at Gagosian Gallery, New York

Sohm, Philip, “Caravaggio’s deaths,” Art bulletin, v. 84, no. 3 (Sept. 2002), p. 449-468. Case study of biography as art criticism

Somerville, Thomas, “Time capsules: painter Thomas Somerville chronicles what it’s like to move through life with AIDS,” interviewed by Rhomylly B. Forbes, A & u, issue 89 (May 2002), p. 22-23

Spike, John T. La Favola di Apollo e Marsaia di Agnolo Bronzino. Firenze: Polistampa, 2000. 21 p.

Spring, Justin. Paul Cadmus: the male nude. New York: Universe, 2002. 174 p. ISBN 0-7983-0589-5 ($50)

Stark, Frances, “Greek revival,” Artext (Los Angeles), no. 72 (Feb.-Apr. 2001), p. 34-35. About elderly gay landlord and obsessing over Alexander and male figure in classical sculpture

Sternberg, David, “At the intersection of museum and sex,” The gay & lesbian review, v. 10, no. 1 (Jan./Feb. 2003), p. 25-27. On the Museum of Sex which opened in October 2002 at 233 Fifth Avenue in New York

Stone, Martha E., “Life in a land of ‘smoke, lilies, and jade’,” The gay & lesbian review, v. 9, no. 6 (Nov.-Dec. 2002), p. 38-39. Review of Gay rebel of the Harlem Renaissance: selection from the work of Richard Bruce Nugent (Duke University Press)

Stone, Martha E., “When Haring met Andy,” The gay & lesbian review, v. 10, no. 1 (Jan./Feb. 2003), p. 22-23. Review of four recent books: Possession obsession: Andy Warhol and collecting; Andy Warhol by C. Makos; Andy Warhol: drawings and illustrations of the 1950s; and Keith Haring: Heaven and Hell, edited by Götz Adriani

Straube, Trenton, “Electro flash,” HX magazine, issue 580 (Oct. 18, 2002), p. 30-33. On Conrad Ventur and his show at Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York

Strong, Lester, “In the shadow of AIDS: six Brooklyn-based artists spotlight living with AIDS,” A & u, issue 97 (Nov. 2002), p. 22-24

Summers, Robert, “Taking the swish out of Warhol,” available on advocate.com, Nov. 13, 2002. Review of the Warhol retrospective at MOCA Los Angeles (see also reviews in last issue of newsletter)

Tamagne, Florence. Mauvais genre: une histoire des representations de l’homosexualité. Paris, Editions LM, 2001. 286 p. (Les reflets du savoir)

Tillmans, Wolfgang. Wolfgang Tillmans. Edited by Burkhard Riemschneider. Köln and New York: Taschen, 2002. ISBN 3822819840

Van Gelder, Lawrence, “An affectionate tribute to an artist’s artist,” New York times, Oct. 9, 2002, p. E5. On “How to draw a bunny” (film about Ray Johnson)

Van Ingen, Jane S., “Sleep talking: lesbian beds, love letters, and ransom notes fill ad-hoc gallery in Soho,” Gay city news, Dec. 6-12, 2002, p. 18-19. On “Beds and letters” by Tammy Rae Carland at Spring Street Gallery, New York

Vogel, Carol, “Running numbers,” New York times, Dec. 27, 2002, p. E44. On three Robert Indiana exhibitions which will be on view during CAA 2003

Vriens, Matthias, “Matthias Vriens, Dutch ballet dancer turns out to be American fashion photographer,” interview with Gert Jonkers, Butt magazine, #5 (autumn 2002), p. 22-29

Wadas, Walter, “English artists in the midday sun,” The gay & lesbian review, v. 10, no. 1 (Jan./Feb. 2003), p. 50. On the exhibition “Exposed: the Victorian nude” at the Brooklyn Museum of Art

Wadas, Walter, “High spy,” Lambda book report, v. 11, no. 3 (Oct. 2002), p. 26-27. Review of Anthony Blunt, his lives by Miranda Carter (FSG)

Warhol, Andy. About face: Andy Warhol portraits. Exhibition curator and catalogue editor, Nicholas Baume; essays by Nicholas Baume, Douglas Crimp and Richard Meyer. Hartford, Conn.: Wadsworth Atheneum; Pittsburgh: Andy Warhol Museum, 1999. 128 p. ISBN 0-262-52272-1

Warhol, Andy. Andy Warhol: drawings and illustrations of the 1950s. New York: DAP, 2000. ISBN 4-7713-0412-2 ($9.95)

Waugh, Thomas. Out/lines: underground gay graphics from before Stonewall. Vancouver, B.C.: Arsenal Pulp; London: Turnaround, 2002. 296 p. ISBN 1551521237 (pbk)

Young, Ian, “Buy this diagnosis! HIV marketing folklore,” The gay & lesbian review, v. 10, no. 1 (Jan./Feb. 2003), p. 17-21

(N.B. If you are interested in reviewing any of the books listed here which have not already been reviewed in the newsletter, please contact the editors. Photocopies of many of the articles listed here are available from the editors for a month or two after the date of this issue. Send your request for a photocopy, with street mailing address, to Sherman Clarke at sherman.clarke@nyu.edu.)

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