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March 31, 1991 | SUZANNE MUCHNIC, Suzanne Muchnic is a Times art writer.
Lucy R. Lippard has no interest in the Q word. Quality in art is just "personal taste," according to the veteran New York art critic and social activist who curated "A Different War: Vietnam in Art" at UCLA's Wight Art Gallery (through May 19). She frankly admits that her first priority in selecting artworks for the anti-war show was to represent women, people of color and veterans. Beyond that, "I chose what I like. It's my personal taste," she said of the roughly 100 works on display.
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March 31, 1991 | SUZANNE MUCHNIC, Suzanne Muchnic is a Times art writer.
Lucy R. Lippard has no interest in the Q word. Quality in art is just "personal taste," according to the veteran New York art critic and social activist who curated "A Different War: Vietnam in Art" at UCLA's Wight Art Gallery (through May 19). She frankly admits that her first priority in selecting artworks for the anti-war show was to represent women, people of color and veterans. Beyond that, "I chose what I like. It's my personal taste," she said of the roughly 100 works on display.
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March 14, 2004 | Suzanne Muchnic, Times Staff Writer
If art movements were people, Minimalism would be a tough guy who sticks to basics and expresses no emotion. Think Donald Judd and his massive metal boxes, Carl Andre and his firebrick floor pieces, Dan Flavin and his fluorescent light sculptures. No fluff, no chatter, no personal touch. Just austere, geometric objects made of industrial materials. Such is the stereotype. But curator Ann Goldstein had something different in mind when she organized "A Minimal Future?
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