Issue 39
Mar - Apr 1998

From this issue

Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

BY Ina Blom |

The artist’s portraits are riddled with metaphors yet recognisably human

BY Jennifer Higgie |

In the work by the South African artist apartheid remains an inscrutable memory

BY Okwui Enwezor |

After a touring retrospective and the reissue of eleven albums, it's time to take Yoko Ono seriously

Fiction in response to the work of Tacita Dean

BY Sylvia Brownrigg |

New York's city planners have cleaned up Times Square, but is the change as profound as it appears?

Last season art was all over British TV. Has there been a change in television's attitude towards contemporary art?

Rereading a: A Novel by Andy Warhol

An interview with David Wilson, founder of Los Angeles' enigmatic Museum of Jurassic Technology

Doug Aitken

On Pipilotti Rist

Porn, photography and Picabia's late paintings