A program on sex and art. Begins with a reading from Edward Albee's introduction to Atmospheres and Environments, the catalog from the Whitney Museum on the work of Louise Nevelson; excerpts from interview with art critic and curator Lawrence Alloway, who discusses Artforum and its bibliography on women and art; readings from the current issue of Art Criticism (Vol. 1 No. 2), "Women's Art and the Failure of Art Criticism" by Lawrence Alloway, and "Emerging Art History" by Sandra Langer; art critic Lucy Lippard on Eva Hesse and the situation of women artists and the role of sex in art; a review of the Times Square Show; and an interview with photorealist artist Audrey Flack. Produced for the Drama & Literature Department of WBAI by Ann Stubbs.
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