September 1986

Table of Contents

  • COLUMNS

  • A CANVAS OF EPISODES

    Frederic Tuten on A Romance in Ten Parts, Chapter 1: Arrival
  • BOOKS

    Max Kozloff on Umberto Eco
  • EXITS AND ENTRANCES

    Performing Arts: Futurist Dances from La Vie Parisienne magazine, February 1921.
  • ICONS AT LARGE

    Lisa Liebmann on Fashions
  • SPECIAL EFFECTS

    Carol Squiers on the News and Its Pictures
  • SPEAKER TO SPEAKER

    Greil Marcus on Music
  • LIKE ART

    Glenn O'Brien on Advertising
  • REMOTE CONTROL

    Barbara Kruger on Television
  • CURIES’ CHILDREN

    Vilém Flusser on Science
  • FEATURES

  • SURREALISM IN MEXICO
    Serge Fauchereau
  • AN AD FOR FELIX
    Rene Ricard
  • THE PACHINKO EXPERIENCE
    John Howell
  • TIGER IN THE HOUSE
    Sam Wagstaff
  • VECTORS OF VIEWER RESPONSE
    Kenneth Baker
  • MEDARDO ROSSO
    Jole de Sanna
  • GOETHE WOULD HAVE WONDERED: PERSPECTIVES ON THE VENICE BIENNALE
  • Our Journey Takes Place In A Port Of Embarkation. . . .
    Pier Luigi Tazzi
  • It leads—but “leads” is too narrow a way . . .
    Ida Panicelli
  • To describe the wonders . . .
    Paul Groot
  • That can hatch from an infinity of eggs.
    Annelie Pohlen
  • ALBRECHT DÜRER WOULD HAVE COME TOO
    Pier Luigi Tazzi, with photography by Shigeo Anzai
  • SCULPTURE IN REVIEW
  • Max Wechsler
  • Pier Luigi Tazzi
  • Paul Groot