Studio International

Published 01/09/1966

Studio International – September 1966

Volume 172 Number 881


110  Comment: ‘An ecstatic blossoming’/Jasia Reichardt

112  An interview with Frank O’Hara recorded/Edward Lucie-Smith

114  Arlington and Arnolfini/John Furnival

114  Oxford’s Museum of Modern Art/Anthony Fawcett

117  An autobiographical note: I confess/Alan Davie

122  Jim Dine’s London/Cyril Barrett

124  Peter Stroud’s relief paintings/Dore Ashton

128  Anthony Benjamin’s new works/Norbert Lynton

131  What kind of art education?/Victor Willing, Richard Hamilton, Misha Black, Herbert Read

140  On figuration and the narrative in art/Jasia Reichardt, Howard Hodgkin, Patrick Hughes, Norman Toynton, Patrick Procktor

145  William Pye: the figure in landscape. London commentary/Charles S. Spencer

148  Mixed shows and feelings. London commentary/Edward Lucie-Smith

152  On exhibition: a selection from current and forthcoming exhibitions

154  Happenings in New York photographed and described/Elisabeth Novick

160  Book reviews/Michael Ayrton, Anita Brookner, Anthony Gross

162  Art prices current/George Savage

Editor/Peter Townsend
Advertising & Publicity Manager/Benson Zonena
Art Editor/Michael Young
Contributing Editors/Dore Ashton (New York),
Jean Clay (Paris), Frank Whitford (London)

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

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