The inaugural issue of XXIst Century Magazine published in Winter 1990 / 1991. Edited by Gini Alhadeff. Essays "Do the Wrong Thing: The Significance of Mr. Lee," by Christopher Hutchins; "Dirty Toys: Mike Kelley Interviewed," by Ralph Rugoff; "Ahh...Youth!' Eight Portraits,"; "The Animal Life of Ideas," by Harold Brodkey; "Writing Japanese: Seven Watercolors," by Ray Smith; "The New Negro, From the Novel 'High Cotton,'" by Darryl Pinckney; "Natural Wonder: Five C-Prints," by Gregory Crewdson; "Poems and Diaries," by James Schuyler; "The Ossorio 'Sails': Seven Drawings," by Dan Flavin; "Men in Camisoles: Five Poems," Elaine Equi; "Marshmallow Bombs / Camerasa and Computers: The New Technology of Invisible Deception," by Fred Ritchin; "Baby Elvis, Baby Marilyn, Lion/Sheep: Three Computer Composites," Nancy Burson; "How do you Get the Blood Stains Out of the Carpet? A Preview of The Cabinet of Dr. Ramirez," by Peter Sellars; "The Talk Show Confidental," by David Rieff; "The Architect as a Figure of Melancholy: A Profile of John Hejduk," by Carter Ratcliff; "Museum for the Subjects Adam and Eve: Ten Drawings," by John Hejduk; "'Real' Furniture: Seven Drawings," by Donald Judd; "The Begging Bowl Diet," by Ariane Zurcher; "Modern Suit, Modern House: Color Photographs," by Adam Bartos; "Inez: The Takeover of an Island in Hawaii for Military Target Practice," by W. S. Merwin; "The Bombing of the American West: Eight Photographs," by Richard Misrach; "A Day on the Klamath River," by Alexander Cockburn; "On Sloth and Other Virtues," by Amy Hertz; "Coney Island: Four Photographs," by Rosemary Warner; "Letters from London, Colony of Pop," by Ian Buruma; "Twenty-Four Postcards from Bhutan," by John Ryle; "The Difference Between the Planet Venus and the Moon: A Conversation," by Ewa Kuryluk and Michael March; "On Record at The Russian Tea Room: Save the Children," by Fran Lebowitz; and "Twenty-seven 'Pueblo' and Navajo Religious Objects from the American Southwest." Cover by Mike Kelley.