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Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"28 pages Saddle-stitched
In this issue, Steven Daiber discusses social politics, the role of the book, and art for art’s sake; Julie Shaw Lutts instructs us in the process of assemblage; Judith Mallin delves into the Surrealist heart of her visible and invisible collection and Omar Olivera shakes up his graphic series with a look at fractals of all colors. April’s catalog insert takes on geology via the Gallery II exhibition Earthwork, with Barbara Siegel’s introduction to the many-faceted world of mineralogist Clifford Frondel; Alastair Noble explores the notion of space and history through his acclaimed environmental sculptures and Colin Martin illuminates volcanoes’ importance to contemporary art and culture.