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Newsweek

Vol. 119, No. 23 (June 8, 1992)

Barbara Kruger, Maynard Parker, Ned Zeman, Lucy Howard, Stephen Langfur, Joe Klein, Howard Fineman, Eleanor Clift, Eloise Salholz, Tony Clifton, Patricia King, Marian Wright Edelman, Eleanor Clift, Jonathan Alter, David H. Hackworth, Michael Meyer, Pia Hinckle, Tom Post, Margaret Garrard Warner, Karen Breslau, Richard Thomas, Margaret Garrard Warner, Ray Wilkinson, Marc Levinson, Jean Seligmann, Constance Wiley, Robert J. Samuelson, Laura Shapiro, Mary Hager, Kathryn Baron, Debra Rosenberg, Lydia Denworth, Katrine Ames, Jerry Adler, Peter Annin, Geoffrey Cowley, Harry F. Waters, Vern E. Smith, Laura Shapiro, Charles Leerhsen, Katrine Ames, Malcolm Jones Jr., Ray Sawhill, Mark Starr, Malcolm Jones Jr., David Ansen, Abigail Kuflik, Jennifer Foote, Peter Katel, Barbara Kantrowitz, Pat Wingert, Elizabeth Ann Leonard, Kenneth L. Woodward, Niccolo Vivarelli, Christopher Dickey, Meg Greenfield

June 8, 1992 issue of Newsweek, edited by Maynard Parker. Contents include: "Periscope," with bureau reports by Ned Zeman and Lucy Howard; "Let the Walls Down," by Stephen Langfur; "Letters;" "Perspectives;" "Whose Values," by Joe Klein, with artwork by Barbara Kruger; "Playing on the 'V Word,'" by Howard Fineman; "First Lady Culture Clash," by Eleanor Clift; "Values in the Classroom," by Eloise Salholz with Tony Clifton in New York, Patricia King in San Francisco, Karen Springen in Chicago, Howard Manly in Atlanta and Debra Rosenberg in Boston; "A Mother's Guiding Message," Marian Wright Edelman interviewed by Eleanor Clift; "Why the Old Media's Losing Control," by Jonathan Alter; "'You in Congress, Listen Up': Sounding the alarm against those who think the country is only the sum of its special interests," by David H. ... [details]

New York, NY: Newsweek, Inc.,
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The Responsive Eye
  • exhibition catalogue
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  • 24.1 x 21.5 cm.
  • 56 pp.
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The Responsive Eye

William C. Seitz, Marc Adrian, Agman [Yaacov Gipstein], Josef Albers, Getulio Alviani, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Edward Avedisian, Walter Darby Bannard, Hannes Beckmann, Larry Bell, Karl Stanley Benjamin, Ernst Benkert, Henryk Berlwei, Alberto Biasi, Max Bill, Paul Brach, Enrico Castellani, Francis Celentano, Toni Costa, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Benjamin Frazier Cunningham, Gene Davis, Tony De Lap, Hugo Rudolfo Demarco, Piero Dorazio, Thomas Downing, Equipo 57, Wojciech Fangor, Paul Feeley, Lorser Feitelson, Jerry Foyster, Günter Fruhtrunk, Sue Fuller, Horacio Garcia Rossi, Gego, Karl Gerstner, John Goodyear, Gerhard von Graevenitz, Lily Greenham, Gruppo N, Frederick Hammersley, Francis Ray Hewitt, Robert Irwin, Ellsworth Kelly, Michael James Kidner, William Komodore, Leroy Lamis, Edoardo Landi, Walter Leblanc, Lynn G. Leland, Julio Le Parc, Mon Levinson, Alexander Liberman, Richard Lippold, Morris Lewis, Wolfgang Ludwin, Sheldon Machlin, Heinz Mack, Enzo Mari, Agnes Martin, Almir Mavignier, John McLaughlin, Edwin Mieczkowski, Guido Molinari, Francois Morellet, Reginald Neal, Kenneth Noland, Eric Olson, Gerald Oster, Henry C. Pearson, Ivan Picelj, Uli Pohl, Larry Poons, Ad Reinhardt, Karl Reinhartz, Bridget Riley, Ludwig Sander, Arnold Schmidt, Peter Sedgely, Eusebio Sempere, Oli Sihvonen, Clara Skinner, Leon Polk Smith, Francisco Sobrino, Julian Stanczak, Jefrey Steele, Joël Stein, Frank Stella, Robert Stevenson, Peter Anthony Stroud, Miroslav Sutej, Tadasky, Luis Tomasello, Claude Tousignant, Wen-Ying Tsai, Günther Uecker, Victor de Vasarely, Ludwig Wilding, Yvaral [Jean Pierre Vasarely], Walter Zehringer

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, February 23 - April 25, 1965. Traveled to the City Art Museum of St. Louis, May 20 - June 20, 1965; the Seattle Art Museum, July 15 - August 23, 1965; The Pasadena Art Museum, September 25 - November 7, 1965; and The Baltimore Museum of Art, December 14, 1965 - January 23, 1966. ... [details]

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