PRINT September 2003




To the Editor:

We appreciated the recent review by Scott Rothkopf of Diller + Scofidio at the Whitney Museum [Focus, Summer 2003]. It is one of the few that has dared to dispute the reverence with which their work is often considered. We’d like to lend our support to the dissenting voices involved in the debate.

—Pompei A.D., LLC

New York



To the Editor:

It was amazing to receive my new issue of Artforum and find on page 149 a photo of Stanley Goodman by Stephen Shore [Portfolio, May 2003]. It was more amazing that Mr. Goodman’s name was not even mentioned. Stanley Goodman was a modern-day Medici. He was chairman of the May Company in Saint Louis, president of the Saint Louis Symphony Society, the player of a Guarnius violin, and a recipient of the French Legion of Honor (visible in the photo) for all the work he did in

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