Published  01/07/1971

Studio International – July-August 1971

Studio International – July-August 1971

Volume 182 Number 935


What is reality? The theme of Documenta 5/Georg Jappe

This spring in West Germany/Robert Kudielka

Science in art/Marcello Salvadori


News and Notes

Experimental art: Stubbs to Sonfist/Jonathan Benthall

Sydney: art in the universities/Donald Brook

14  ‘True Patriot Love’: Joyce Wieland at the National Gallery of Canada

16 Bridget Riley/David Thompson

22  Three shows at the Hayward: Hodler and Böcklin/Frank Whitford

24  Henri Laurens/William Tucker

26  Letter from Bucharest/Radu Varia

30  A tail of two exhibitions: The aborted Haacke and Robert Morris shows/Barbara Reise

30  Background to the foreground: the Haacke exhibition history/ Edward Fry and Thomas M. Messer

34  ‘Which is in fact what happened’: Thomas M. Messer/in an interview with Barbara Reise

38  The limits of collecting/Sir Norman Reid

40  Three early African sculptures

41  Supplement: new and recent art books/Reviews by Mark Haworth-Booth, Jonathan Benthall, Alan Bowness, Timothy Clark, Richard Cork, Peter Gidal, Andrew Higgens, Timothy Hilton, Frank Whitford

Editor/Peter Townsend
Assistant Editor/Charles Harrison
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

Studio International, 1971, July-August 1971, Volume 182 Number 935. Cover image: Sketch for Zing 1970 by Bridget Riley.

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