Winter 2005, Vol. 64, No. 4

In This Issue

Patricia C. Phillips, Reconciliations: New Views and Re-views, 3

Artist Project

Mary Lum, 64 Scenes (with an essay by Steven Nelson), 4


Winter 2005

Roxana Marcoci, Perceptions at Play: Giacometti through Contemporary Eyes, 6

Rebecca M. Brown, P.T. Reddy, Neo-Tantrism, and Modern Art in India, 26

Dialogue: Art and Labor

Jessica Stockholder and Joe Scanlan, Art and Labor: Some Introductory Ideas, 50

Chris Hanson and Hendrika Sonnenberg, Where Are the Drugs?, 52

Hirsch Perlman, A Wastrel’s Progress and the Worm’s Retreat, 64

Artist Portfolio

Angela Dalle Vacche, Scrolls, Boxes, and Trees: Manuela Filiaci’s Work, 70

Forum on Latin American Art Criticism, 82

Robin Greeley, Modernism: What El Norte Can Learn from Latin America

Alejandro Anreusm, Jose Gómez Sicre and the “Idea” of Latin American Art

Francisco Alambert, 1001 Words for Mário Pedrosa

Florencia Bazzano-Nelson, Marta Traba: Internationalism or Regional Resistance?

Andrea Giunta, Jorge Romero Brest and the Coordinates of Aesthetic Modernism in Latin America

Holly Barnet-Sánchez, Tomás Ybarra-Frausto and Amalia Mesa-Bains: A Critical Discourse from Within


Mark A. Cheetham, Matting the Monochrome: Malevich, Klein, and Now, 94

Nana Last, Systematic Inexhaustion, 110


Raymond Spiteri on Gérard Durozoi, History of the Surrealist Movement, Jennifer Mundy, ed., Surrealism: Desire Unbound, and Michael Richardson and Krzysztof Fijalkowski, eds., Surrealism Against the Current: Tracts and Declarations; Gregory Sholette on Andrew Hemingway, Artists on the Left: American Artists and the Communist Movement, 1926–1956; Adrian Kohn on Donald Judd, Complete Writings, 1959–1975; and Soraya Murray on Paul D. Miller, a.k.a. Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid, Rhythm Science