Issue edited by Ingrid Sischy. Essays "Not Utopia: Jan Vercruysse: The Present Unclosed," by Pier Luigi Tazzi; "Three's a Company: James Ivory, Ismail Merchant, and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala Talk Talkies," by Anthony Korner; "Baptism: A Project for Artforum," by Jeff Koons; "Renovating the New: The Art of Lucio Fontana," by Jole de Sanna; "Black and White Light: Getting Home in Charcoal and Pastel," by John Yau; "Artist Envy: The Art of Interpretation and its Interpretation of the Artist," by Donald Kuspit; "A Song to the Avant-Garde: 'Tadeusz Kantor and the Duck, Robert Wilson Riding Hood, Un Mélange de Styles,' and Six More Plays by Kenneth Koch Here Staged on the Page in a Project for Artforum by Larry Rivers"; Book Preview: The sounds of Silents. And, of Course, Charlie Chaplin. From a New Edition, in Large Part a New Translation, of the Writings of Sergei Eisenstein"; "Ground Up: Weocracy, Weography, on PWeS," by Herbert Muschamp; "Between the Lines: The Waiting Typewriter," by Dan Cameron; "Believe it or Not: Hollywood on the Potomac," by J. Hoberman; "Like Art: Fort Madison Avenue," by Glenn O'Brien; "Remote Control: Let it B.," by Barbara Kruger. Reviews by Donald Kuspit, John Yau, Jole de Sanna, Jean Fisher, Kate Linker, Patricia C. Phillips, John Howell, Carlo McCormick, Charles Hagen, Ronny Cohen, Paula Marincola, Maureen Bloomfield, Buzz Spector, Ed Hill, Suzanne Bloom, Bill Berkson, Colin Gardner, Linda Frye Burnham, Susan Freudenheim, Richard Rhodes, Daniel Soutif, Max Wechsler, Ingrid Rein, Anne Krauter, Doris von Drateln, Paul Groot, and Michael Archer. Cover: Bombay Talkie, 1970, still from color film in 35 mm.