The White Review 18


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Featuring interviews with the one-time US presidential candidate Eileen Myles, touching upon the responsibilities of the artist and the shifting preoccupations of New York's avant-garde; Lee Ufan, a founder of the influential Japanese movement 'Mono-ha' who makes the case for a style of art privileging nature over artifice; and Argentine writer C̩esar Aira, the great experimenter who nonetheless laments that critics pay so little attention to the 'simple pleasure of the story'. (The White Review)

One copy left, slightly shelf worn.