PRINT March 1973


Art & Language

Terry Atkinson, David Bainbridge, Michael Baldwin, Harold Hurrell, Joseph Kosuth, Art & Language (Cologne, Germany: Du Mont, 1972).

Quadruplicity drinks procrastination.

—Bertrand Russell

Despite the rather thrasonical aspects of the “air-conditioning” situation, it might be said to siphon off as a protasis for an inverted Eurekaism.

—Terry Atkinson and Michael Baldwin

It is appropriate that to speak of Art & Language is to immediately get entangled in a word confusion: Art & Language is the name of a group of artists whose main activity is the publication of a journal titled Art-Language; the members of the Art &Language Press involved with the book were Terry Atkinson, David Bainbridge, Michael Baldwin, Harold Hurrell, and Joseph Kosuth. If this is a book review, and it probably is at least in part, it is a review of a book titled Art & Language, which is an anthology of the group’s

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