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Fall 2012, Vol. 71, No. 3

In This Issue Katy Siegel, Attention Deficit, 5 Features Chris Balaschak, Planet of the Apes: John Szarkowski, My Lai, and The Animals, 6 Adele Nelson, Sensitive and Nondiscurive Things: Lygia Pape and the Reconception of Printmaking, 26 Pamela N. Corey,Crafted

Fall 2012, Vol. 71, No. 3

In This Issue Katy Siegel, Attention Deficit, 5 Features Chris Balaschak, Planet of the Apes: John Szarkowski, My Lai, and The Animals, 6 Adele Nelson, Sensitive and Nondiscurive Things: Lygia Pape and the Reconception of Printmaking, 26 Pamela N. Corey,Crafted

AJSummer2012

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

AJSummer2012

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

Spring 2012

Spring 2012, Vol. 71, No. 1

In This Issue Katy Siegel, Art, History, and Criticicsm, 5 Artist’s Project Allen Ruppersberg, PST: Before and After Features Andrew Perchuk, Thomas Crow, and Howard Singerman, Pacific Standard Time: A Preliminary Conversation, 8 Connie Butler, This is Art–These People Are

Spring 2012

Spring 2012, Vol. 71, No. 1

In This Issue Katy Siegel, Art, History, and Criticicsm, 5 Artist’s Project Allen Ruppersberg, PST: Before and After Features Andrew Perchuk, Thomas Crow, and Howard Singerman, Pacific Standard Time: A Preliminary Conversation, 8 Connie Butler, This is Art–These People Are