Artists' Contributions for Parkett's Closing Print Vol. 100/101
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"Parkett No. 20 published in June 1989 changed our collective life. The images, the essays, the dialogues were nothing short of revelatory and energized our work beyond belief. You see, unlike most art journals that are about creative work, Parkett has consistently been a creative work of art in and of itself. Parkett is not a mirror. It is a looking glass...We deeply appreciated the dialectical power of the journal as phenomenon and it's motivation to build a critical community approaching the subject ( our process and artwork ) from all approaches ( even some very critical of what we were doing at the time .)"
Tim Rollins and K.O.S., South Bronx, U.S.A.