Studio International

Published 01/09/1969

Studio International – September 1969

Volume 178 Number 914

Contents

58  Waiting for Coldstream/Norbert Lynton

60  Notes on Biederman/Gillian Wise, Mary Martin, Kenneth Martin

61  Correspondence/Nicholas Calanni, Anthony Dorrell, Wilhelm Kreyes, Juhani Rautio, Roger Sutherland

62  News and notes

63  Technology and art – 6/Jonathan Benthall

65  Charles Biederman: from the actual to the sublime/Robin Denny

68  The climate of Biederman/Anthony Hill

70  The centrality of Charles Biederman/Stephen Bann

75  Soto’s penetrables/Jean Clay

78  The making of a multiple – Peter Hobbs/in discussion with Gene Baro

80  Michael Sandle/interviewed by Vera Lindsay

84  Benni Efrat: new work/Barbara Reise

86  London commentary/Richard Morphet, Terry Measham, Bryan Robertson

89  The kinetic construction of 1920/Naum Gabo

90  Against precedents/Charles Harrison

94  Pavilions in the Parks/Su Braden

95  On exhibition: a selection from current and forthcoming exhibitions

Editor/Peter Townsend
Assistant Editor/Charles Harrison
Editorial Assistant/Diana Meynell
Art Editor/Malcolm Lauder
‘On Exhibition’/Jacqueline Z. Robarts
Advertising & Publicity Manager/Benson Zonena
Advertising Assistant/Anthony Collins
Advertising Secretary/Amanda Smith
Contributing Editors/Dore Ashton (New York),
Jean Clay (Paris), Frank Whitford

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

International Advisory Panel:
Argentina: Jorge Romero Brest
Austria: Dr Werner Hofmann [not sure if this is right as last month, it had changed to Georg Eisler?? October also has Hoffman, November has no one for Austria and Dec is Georg Eisler again]
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

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