Presents a highly illustrated comprehensive study of impact of the work of William Pope.L on American culture, in relation to his works on race. Included are essays by leading critics, artists' writings, an interview with the artist, and extensive performance documentation.
Contributors: Mark H. C. Bessire, Geoffrey Hendricks, Kristine Stiles, Martha Wilson, C. Carr, Stuart Horodner, Lowery Stokes Sims, Cindy M. Foley, and Sarah Schuster.
MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2002, 239 pages, colour photographs throughout, 26.1 cm x 24.9 cm.
This title has been recommended by Tim Etchells who is a Patron of the Live Art Development Agency.
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