One of the most important publication of the 1970s conceptualism edited by Sarah Charlesworth, Michael Corris, Joseph Kosuth, Andrew Menard, Mel Ramsden, Preston Heller, and Ian Burn. Only three issues published between 1975 and 1976.
Issue 3 Essays: "The Lumpen-Headache," by Peter Benchley; "Review: Not on the Development of Contradiction," by Kathryn Bigelow; "For Artists Meeting," by Sarah Charlesworth; "Review: Under the Rug," by Martha Rosler; "Review: Framing & Being Framed - Or, Are We Going to Let Barbara Rose Get Away with 'Dialectics' this Year?" by Mel Ramsden; "Having-Your-Heart-In-The-Right-Place is Not Making History," by Art & Language UK; "Worst of All Allies," by Art & Language UK; " The Edge of the Edge," Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge; " Autopatripassionata," by Christine Kozlov and Mayo Thompson; "Review: Chic Kicking Muse," by Sharlene Spingler; "Chris Smith Confronts Norman Trotsky and Dame Flora Luxemburg, Many of their colleagues, Furry and Feathered Friends," by Art & Language UK; " For Your Reference," Ian Wilson; "Review: Convoy," by Mayo Thompson; "The 'Liquidation' of Art: Self-Management or Self-Protection," by Jasna Tijardovic; "Bathysiderodromophobia," Ross Neher; "Has Your License Expired," by Nigel Lendon; "Work," by Joseph Kosuth; "Method or Mouthtalk," by Fern Tiger and Edward Robbins; "The Organization of Culture under Monopoly Capitalism, Part I: 'How Do You Feel About the Arts and Artifacts Indemnity Act?' The Organization of Culture under Monopoly Capitalism, Part II: Culture Ain't No Headless Horseman," by Michael Corris, Preston Heller, Andrew Menard; " History," by David Rushton and Paul Wood; "On the Class of Character in Art," by Goram Djordjevic; "Sociological Art as Utopian Strategy," by Hervé Fischer; "Art-Learning," by David Rushton and Paul Wood. Correspondence by Robert Witz, Joshua Neustein, Guerrilla Art Action Group, J. Byron Kearns and others. Notes: "May Stevens: Art & Class"; Jane Klion & Julie Wolf: Students Fighting Faculty at WU; Mayo Thompson: Natural Alliances; For the Sensitive; Stefan Morawski: Theses on Aesthetics.