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Fourth Biennale of Sydney 1982
Vision in Disbelief

Catalogue published on the occasion of the Fourth Biennale of Sydney 1982, 7 April – 23 May 1982. Under the artistic direction of William Wright the 1982 Biennale was titled “Vision in Disbelief” and featured the work of Jorg Immendorf, Dan Graham, Brian Eno, Sue Ford, Joan Jonas, Lyndal Jones, John Baldessari, Robert Ashley, Billy Apple, Gary Hill, Fiona Hall, Philip Guston, General Idea, Bill Hensen, Slave Guitars, Michael Snow, Severed Heads, Martha Rosler, Nam June Paik, Mike Parr, Tony Oursler, Davida Allen, Dale Frank, Rebecca Horn, Gareth Sansom, Lucas Samaras, Pe Kirkeby, Maria Mozik, Laughing Hands, Bertrand Lavier, Liz Magor, Anne Marsh, Markus Lupertz, William Wegman, Bill viola, Niele Toroni, Ken Unsworth, Marina Abramovic, John Ahearn, Vivienna Binns, Ian Breakwell, Georg Baselitz, Frank Auerbach, Claus Bohmler, Sydney Ball, Anti-Music, Laurie Anderson, Terry Allen, →↑→ and many more.
This catalogue includes colour and black and white examples of the work of all participating artists alongside texts and biographies
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ART & TEXT 4
Summer 1981

ART & TEXT 4
Summer 1981

Edited by Paul Taylor

CONTENTS:
“The Decentred Unicorn (A Mild Perversion)” by  Margaret Grafton
“Spider Woman in Australia” by 
Juan Davila
“Spider Woman in Playing With Fire!” by Juan Davila
“The Re―education of Desire: Some Thoughts on Current Erotic Visual Practice” by Mick Carter
“What can we do with the Art Class?” by Donald Brook
“Slave Guitars (formerly Slave Guitars of the Art Cult)” by Peter Tyndall
“Gays and Film” (edited by Richard Dyer) by Dave Sargent
“Women, Sex and Pornography by Beatrice Faust; The History of Sexuality Part 1 by  Michel Foucault” by Judy Annear
“Three Facts by Imants Tillers” by John Young
“Index to numbers 1 ― 4”

Art & Text, one of the landmark contemporary art magazines of the 1980s and 1990s. Founded in Melbourne, Australia, in 1981 by Paul Taylor (1957–92), who soon moved to New York City to make his mark as an art critic, the magazine went on to become one of a handful of international art magazines that succeeded in capturing the turmoil and passing brilliance of that period of postmodernism.

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