Winter 1999, Vol. 58, No. 4

In This Issue

Janet A. Kaplan, 3


Vasif Kortun and Judith Mastai, 4

Benefit Print

Maura Reilly, Notes on Kiki Smiths Fall/Winter, 6


Winter 1999

Mira Schor, Contemporary Feminism: Art Practice, Theory, and ActivismAn Intergenerational Perspective (Emma Amos, Susan Bee, Johanna Drucker, Maria Fernandez, Amelia Jones, Shirley Kaneda, Helen Molesworth, Howardena Pindell, Mira Schor, Collier Schorr, Faith Wilding), 8

Kutlug Ataman, Women Who Wear Wigs, 30

Johanna Drucker, Whos Afraid of Visual Culture?, 36

Valerie L. Hillings, Komar and Melamids Dialogue with (Art) History, 48


Ilya Kabakov, Margarita Tupitsyn, Victor Tupitsyn, About Installation, 62

Working Notes

Juli Carson, Mea Culpa: A Conversation with Mary Kelly, 74

International Dispatch

Charles Green, Beyond the Future: The Third Asia-Pacific Triennial, 81


Joanna Frueh, Tarts, Stars, Jewels, and Fairies, 88


Marek Bartelek on Soviet socialist realism; James Herbert on T.J. Clark, Farewell to an Idea: Episodes from a History of Modernism; Amy Schlegel on Ilya Kabakov; Grant Kester on Deborah Bright, ed., The Passionate Camera: Photography and Bodies of Desire; Mark Daniel Cohen on Robert C. Morgan, The End of the Art World; Jennifer A. Gonzalez on Harry Gamboa Jr., Urban Exile: Collected Writings of Harry Gamboa Jr.