Studio International

Published 01/04/1970

Studio International – April 1970

Volume 179 Number 921


142  Avant-garde attitudes: new art in the sixties/Clement Greenberg

145  For mixed exhibitions/Andrew Forge

146  Correspondence

146  News and notes

147  Technology and art – 13/Jonathan Benthall

149  Total and totalitarian art/John Elderfield

156  Four sculptors (part I): Brancusi/William Tucker

162  Artists and photographs/Lawrence Alloway

165  Notes on Jim Dine’s lithographs/Tony Towle

169  Inn7o/John Latham

173  N.E. Thing Co. and Les Levine/Charlotte Townsend

177  The open empire/Gene Youngblood

179  18 Paris IV. 70/Michel Claura, Rene Denizot

180  London commentary/Frank Whitford, Roy Ascott, Anne Seymour, Paul Waldo Schwartz, Christopher Fox

186  New York commentary/Dore Ashton

188  On exhibition: a selection from current and forthcoming exhibitions

Editor/Peter Townsend
Assistant Editor/Charles Harrison
Consultant Manager/Elizabeth Deighton
Art Editor/Malcolm Lauder
Advertising Manager/Thelma Watt
Contributing Editors/Dore Ashton (New York),
Jean Clay (Paris), Frank Whitford, Barbara Reise

Editorial Advisory Committee:
J.P. Hodin (International relations)
Alan Bowness, Andrew Forge, David Thompson

International Advisory Panel:
Argentina: Jorge Romero Brest
Austria: Georg Eisler
Belgium: Michael Seuphor
Brazil: Mario Pedrosa
Canada: David Silcox
France: Jacques Lassaigne
Germany: Dr Werner Schmalenbach
Holland: Prof. A. M. Hammacher
Israel: Haim Gamzu
Italy: Prof. G. C. Argan
Japan: Shuzo Takiguchi
Scandinavia: Leif Ostby
Spain: Alejandro Cirici-Pellicer
Switzerland: Dr Carola Giedion-Welcker
U.S.A.: Thomas M. Messer, J.J. Sweeney
Yugoslavia: Aleksa Celebonovic