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"Works making direct reference to other art works, in a spirit of translation, homage, facsimile, satire or caricature: such works range from Hamilton's — A little bit of Roy Lichtenstein to Poirier's Reconstruction of Ostia Antica, from Mel Ramos's Touché Boucher to Spoerri's Brancusi in the market place." --Art International, 1979

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Art International was an American arts magazine published at least since the 1960s and which was ceased in 1991. Michael Fried and Rosalind E. Krauss contributed. Robert Smithson published his famous essay "A Museum of Language in the Vicinity of Art" in it in March 1968.




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