Issue edited by John Coplans. Essays "An Interview with James Rosenquist," by Jeanne Siegel; "Derealized Epic," by Lawrence Alloway; "Kandinsky and Abstraction," by Rose-Carol Washton Long; "Ryman, Marden, Manzoni: Theory, Sensibility, Mediation," by Robert Pincus-Witten; "Russia's Underground Art Market," by Sybil Schwarz; "An Interview with Anthony Caro," by Phyllis Tuchman; "Caro's New Sculpture," by Walter D. Bannard; "Violent America," by Max Kozloff; "Three Modes of Conceptual Art," by Lizzie Borden; "Feminism in the Arts: An Interim Bibliography," by Alexis Rafael Krasilovsky; "Dutch Archictecture 1920-1940," by Bernhard Leitner. Reviews by Joseph Masheck, Lizzie Borden, Kenneth Baker, Peter Plagens. Cover: James Rosenquist. Includes letters by Roy Lichtenstein, Judy Nauman, and Dorothea Rockburne. This issue contains an 1/8 page advertisement placed by Carl Andre, Hans Haacke, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Barry Le Va, Robert Morris, Dorothea Rockburne, Fred Sandback, Richard Serra, and Robert Smithson. The text reads: "THE UNDERSIGNED AFFIRM THE FOLLOWING POINTS, PROMPTED PRIMARILY IN RESPONSE TO DOCUMENTA V, BUT PERTAINING TO ALL EXHIBITION CONDITIONS. 1. IT IS THE RIGHT OF AN ARTIST TO DETERMINE WHETHER HIS ART WILL BE EXHIBITED. IT IS THE RIGHT OF AN ARTIST TO DETERMINE WHAT AND WHERE HE EXHIBITS. 2) A WORK OF ART SHOULD NOT BE EXHIBITED IN A CLASSIFICATION WITHOUT THE ARTIST'S CONSENT. 3) THE ARTIST MUST HAVE THE RIGHT TO DO WHAT HE WANTS WITHOUT CENSORSHIP IN THE SPACE ALLOTTED IN THE CATALOGUE. 4) A COMPLETE, ITEMIZED BUDGET OF ALL INSTITUTIONAL EXHIBITIONS -- INCLUDING ALLOCATIONS TO PARTICIPANTS, TRANSPORTATION, CURATORIAL FEES, ETC. -- SHOULD BE MADE PUBLIC IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE EXHIBITION."