JULY/AUGUST 2002

   
 
 
by Teri Tynes
Multiplying Perspectives
Alfred Leslie and The Cedar Bar

The Cedar Bar was smelly, beer-soaked and violent, which is why many of the twentieth century's most famous artists÷like Jackson Pollock÷and most influential critics÷like Clement Greenberg÷met there regularly to drink, discuss art, and start fights. As a young man, the painter and filmmaker Alfred Leslie was there, and his newest movie wryly recounts what went on.

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by Cathy Byrd
Atlanta's Paul Jones
Advocate of African American art reflects on his legacy

Art Papers launches a column profiling important collectors by visiting Paul Jones and his astonishing array of African American art. Jones's youthful curiosity about "how people stood in front of art and spoke in hushed tones" led him to assemble this extraordinary tribute to the under-recognized artistic achievements of African Americans, which he recently donated to the University of Delaware.

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Contemporary African Art: Beyond Colonial Paradigms
An Interview with
Okwui Enwezor
by Chika Okeke

Uncertain Future
The (Not So) Golden Age of Arts Criticism
in the Midwest
by Michael Fallon

On the Uses and Disadvantages of Design for Life
 
Bruce Mau's Life Style by Daniel O'Quinn

 

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