The Mirror Eye: Clement Greenberg in Syracuse
Art critic Clement Greenberg's influence and impact on five abstract painters: Stephen Achimore, Scott Bennett, Darryl Hughto, Mark Raush and Susan Roth. Essays by Suzanne Shane, David Tatham and Karen Wilkin explore the relationship between artist and critic, and the development of the artists' work from the early 1970s to the present (2005). A film documentary by J.R. Hughto, "The Mirror Eye," is enclosed as a DVD insert and explores the relationship and the role of the critic from the perspective of the five artists. One of the DVD extras is a previously unpublished 1991 lecture Greenberg gave at the Canastota Public Library in Central New York.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 Introduction
Greenberg and the Syracuse Artists by Karen Wilkin
Then and Now by Suzanne Shane Then A Recollection
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