David Rimanelli


1 Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Büsi (Times Square, New York; sponsored by Creative Time and Panasonic for “The 59th Minute: Video Art on the Times Square Astrovision”) A three-story kitten laps contentedly from a saucer high above Forty-third Street, looking up only once, as if to regard the crowds below, then returning to its milk. Greedy kitty.

2 John Bock (Anton Kern, New York) Performance-art kookiness lives. Many important dealers and critics in attendance. It was awfully hot, so I had to leave before the promised stinky goat finally came out, but I heard the animal was terrific.

3 James Meyer, Minimalism: Art and Polemics in the Sixties (Yale University Press) Meyer’s study traces in intricate and rewarding detail the evolution of the term, the concept, the group. He bases his analyses in large part on close attention to specific exhibitions, such as Kynaston McShine’s

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