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PRINT May 1966

LETTERS

LETTERS

Sirs:
I would like to correct the error in my review of Judith Gerowitz's sculpture exhibition, Part 1, in the March issue of Artforum wherein “just does't have the guts” should read “just doesn't have the guns.”

It may seem picayune, but upon re-reading the review, the uncorrected version implies a lack of risk-taking, conviction and even talent on the part of the artist, i.e. “gutless.” This is vaguely insulting and not what I meant; what I did mean, in an obviously assumed sportswriter argot, was that “Sunset Squares” is an a priori limited set of objects and suffers, albeit unjustly, from the presence of more spectacular attention-getting objects in our everyday lives.

Peter Plagens
Los Angeles

Sirs:
Your New York reviewer was wrong in assuming that the exhibition, “The Painter and the Photograph,” was organized by Sam Hunter at Brandeis University. (Artforum, March 1966, p.47). The exhibition was organized by Van Deren Coke, Director of the University Art Museum, The University of New Mexico. In addition to its showing at Brandeis, the exhibition was seen at Indiana University, the University of Iowa, the Isaac Delgado Museum, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and, of course, in Albuquerque.

Clinton Adams, Dean
College of Fine Arts
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, N.M.

Sirs:
I would like to request that it be mentioned in reference to Mr. Danieli's article (“Gemini, Ltd.”, April, 1966) that my associate Bernard Bleha, Master Printer, assisted by Herb Fox, Senior Printer, both have played important roles in the development of Gemini Ltd. and in the art of collaboration with the artists with whom we have worked.

Kenneth E. Tyler
Gemini, Ltd.
Los Angeles

Sirs:
One of the photographs accompanying the Innnes review (March) is incorrectly labeled. “The Olive Grove,” listed as in the Wharton Collection, is presently owned by Mr. John Wilmerding, Hanover, New Hampshire.

Nicolai Cikovsky, Jr.
Pomona College
Claremont, Calif.