Summer 2012, Vol. 71, No. 2

In This Issue

Katy Siegel, What are you working on?, 5

Artist’s Project

Lorraine O’Grady, This Will Have Been: My 1980s, 6



Kate Mondloch, The Difference Problem: Art History and the Critical Legacy of 1980s Theoretical Feminism, 18

Alex Kitnick, Another Time, 32

Beth Citron, Bhupen Khakhar’s “Pop” in India 1970-72, 44

Julia Bryan-Wilson, Invisible Products, 62

Grant Kester, The Noisy Optomism of Immediate Action:
Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy in Contemporary Art
, 86

Sandra Zalman, Secret Agency: Magritte at MoMA in the 1960s, 100


Nuit Bandai on Sarah Wilson, The Visual World of French Theory: Figurations; Jaimey Hamilton on Julia Robinson, ed., New Realism: 1957–1962; Object Strategies between Readymade and Spectacle, and Jill Carrick, Nauveau Realisme, 1960s france, and the New-aveant-garde: Topographies of Chance and Return; Jayna Brown on Cherise Smith, Enacting Others: The Politics of Identity in the Works of Eleanor Antin, Nikki s. Lee, Adrian Piper, and Anna Deavere Smith; Harry J. Weil on Stephen F. Eisenman, The Abu Ghraib Effect, and W.J.T. Mitchell. Cloning Terror: The War of IMages, 9/11 to the present