Contributors to this issue:
Michael Hiley teaches art history at Leicester Polytechnic, and is author of ‘Frank Sutcliffe: Photographer of Whitby’ (Gordon Fraser, 1974).
Caroline Tisdall is art critic of The Guardian.
Angelo Bozzolla is her husband and an artist.
Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, the artist, died in 1946.
Caroline Fawkes is Senior Lecturer in Complementary Studies at St Martin's School of Art.
Ian Jeffrey teaches art history at Goldsmith’s College.
David Mellor lectures in art history at the University of Sussex.
Richard Morphet is Keeper of the Modern British Collection at the Tate Gallery.
Victor Burgin, the artist, is Senior Lecturer in the School of Communication, Polytechnic of Central London.
Les Levine is an artist living in New York.
John Tagg teaches art history at Goldsmiths’ College and St Martin’s School of Art.
Deputy Editor/John McEwen
Editorial Secretary/Patricia Bailey
Art Director/Peter Dunbar
Advertisement Manager/Martin Rewcastle
Contributing Editors/Frank Whitford,
Tim Hilton, John Elderfield
Editorial Advisory Committee:
JP Hodin (International relations)
Alan Bowness, David Thompson,
Joseph Rykwert, John Golding
Publishers/Michael Spens, D Thomas Bergen (USA)
Studio International, July/August 1975, Volume 190 Number 976. Cover: detail from John Hilliard's Camera Recording Its Own Condition, 1971.