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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sarah Charlesworth; Mel Ramsden; Joseph Kosuth; Preston Heller; Michael Corris; Ian Burn; Andrew Menard; Art & Language Foundation.
|Description:||163 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||A publication from the conceptual art collective, Art & Language, The Fox put out three issues in 1975-76. Issue 2 opens with a call to participants, which also acts as a mission statement: "If you are interested in trying to reclaim art as an instrument of social and cultural transformation, in exposing the domination of the culture/administrative apparatus as well as art which indolently reflects that apparatus, you are urged to participate in this journal. Its editorial thrust is ideological: it aims at a contribution to the wider movement of social criticism/transformation." Contributors in no.2 include Eunice Lipton, Mel Ramsden, Terry Smith, Lizzie Borden, Sarah Charlesworth, Mark Klienberg, Adrian Piper, Andrew Menard, Ron White, Michael Corris, Ian Burn, David Rushton, Joseph Kosuth, Terry Atkinson, Karl Beveridge and Ian Burn, Michael Corris, and Trevor Pateman.|
|Series Title:||Fox, 2.|
|Other Titles:||Fox Volume 2.|
|Responsibility:||publication of the Art & Language Foundation, edited by Mel Ramsden, Sarah Charlesworth, Joseph Kosuth, Preston Heller, Michael Corris, Andrew Menard, Ian Burn.|