High Performance, Fall 1998, #43, Volume Eleven, Number 3, Arts Magazine, Fine

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High Performance, Fall 1998, #43, Volume Eleven, Number 3
Steven Durland (Editor) et al.
Astro Artz
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Notes: Fine, 4to, 11" x 8 1/2." Multicolored pictorial paper wrappers with yellow lettering on black spine. Covers have light rubbing, a few wrinkles and surface scratches, and slight wear to extremities, else clean and intact, binding tight. Pages pristine and intact. Replete with black-and-white illustrations and advertisements. 88 pp., including illustrations and ads. The Fall 1998 issue (#43, Vol. 11, No. 3) of _High Performance_, a quarterly arts magazine based in Los Angeles. Among the features in this issue are "L.A.P.D.: Skid Row and the Real Deal" [about Skid Row's theater troupe, Los Angeles Poverty Department], "Some Conversational History Play" [about Allan Kaprow's retrospective in Arlington, Texas], "Not Just an 'Other' Exhibition" [review for the _Cut/Across_ exhibition at Washington Project for the Arts], "Chris Burden: Jedi Warrior" [satirical piece], "When Artists Advertise" [artists and the billboard], "An Interview with Piotr Rypson" [the Polish writer talks about challenges artists face in the Eastern Bloc], "Omaha Magic Theatre" [Chaikin's Open Theatre], and "The Shaman Is a Gifted Artist" [theme of shamanism in the art of Yves Klein, Joseph Beuys, Mary Beth Edelson, and Karen Finley]. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.