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Atlanta's Great Southwest Industrial Park
was once home to masterpieces of American midcentury minimalism; now the site is overgrown
and semi-disused, and we can't find the Donald Judd.
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Dead Ends: Atlanta Gateway
Original video footage by David Naugle supplements his new photo essay, both exclusive to ART PAPERS.
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The Great Southwest Industrial Park:
A tragedy, and a post-mortem
Two archival articles reflect upon the sculptures of Atlanta's paean to minimalism that never was.
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It's Only the Beginning
A curator enters the artist book archives of Atlanta's Nexus Press,
encounters his preadolescent, sports-obsessed self amidst its treasures.
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An interview introduces Katherine Jentleson,
scholar and curator of folk art, now at the High
Museum of Art.
Something About the World:
Marc Fischer's Public Collectors
Niels Van Tomme
An artist conserves, curates, and circulates
ephemeral collections of questionable material
value, and infinite cultural value.
Art / AIDS / America?
An exhibition highlighting artists' responses to
AIDS in America aims to bring a crisis that has
migrated "over there" back into view "over here,"
say curators Rock Hushka and Jonathan D. Katz.
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A Body of Work
A critic leaves the art world for nursing school.
Make It Big and Flat
An artist's investigation of industry success
comes complete with a handy "how-to."
Tod(d), or German for "Death"
An abominable first name, explained.
The Pavilions of India and Pakistan
at the 56th Venice Biennale
at Studio X, Mumbai, India
Roshan Kumar Mogali
Michael Buetler: Moby Dick
at Hamburger Bahnhof-Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin
Lindsay Lawson: The Inner Lives of Objects
at Gillmeier Rech, Berlin
The City Lost and Found
at Princeton University Art Museum
Faycal Baghriche: What Looks Back at Us
at Taymour Grahne Gallery, New York, NY
Ian Wallace: Meta Masculin/Féminin
at Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco
Jered Sprecher: The Hollow That Echoes
at Gallery Protocol, Gainesville, FL
at Marcia Wood Gallery Castleberry, Atlanta
Chris Salter, Alien Agency:
Experimental Encounters with Art in the Making
from MIT Press
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