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Arts & Leisure

Volume II, Issue 12
September 14 - September 21, 1998  

D o you hate bumper stickers as much as I do? Tucson Weekly's Tom Danehy does and tells us all about it in "Bumper Crop."

Photographer Lauren Greenfield's new show focuses on the lives of the young, jaded, and spoiled. Aiming a harsh light at adolescence, Greenfield's work stands in stark contrast to the 40's work of Ansel Adams. Read more in "Pop and Circumstances."

Rounding out Arts & Leisure are stories on the use of new technology in art and a look at the Arizona-Mexico border through the eyes of art.

Now What? [6]
A gallery of captivating links to keep your imagination churning while the paint dries.

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Bumper Crop [2]
Bumper stickers are pretty boring-and so are the people who use 'em.

In the Gallery
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Pop And Circumstances [3]
Harvard-educated photographer Lauren Greenfield has captured the jaded lives of L.A. teens.
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY
Tubes of Art [4]
Artists inevitably co-opt new technology for their own uses. ArtPace in San Antonio takes us through the emergence of video art and its place today in multimedia art.
— Rebecca S. Cohen, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
Border Disorder [5]
Dennis Oppenheim pioneers what can only be called Brutal Art.
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

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