Upfront: A Journal of Activist Art Nos. 14 / 15, Winter / Spring 1987-88

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Doug Ashford (Front Cover) / Allen Frame & David Wojnarowicz (Back Cover). 
Upfront: A Journal of Activist Art Nos. 14 / 15, Winter / Spring 1987-88.

New York: PADD, 1988.
Staple-bound softcover. 
84 pages including covers.

Minor creasing, edgewear, chipping, closed tears, and minor soiling primarily to covers. 
Address label to back cover. 

Ron Sakolsky interviews Keith Jefferis about African Music in the U.K. 
Irving Wexler on Postmodernism + Kristin Reed, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, and Doug Ashford, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Jeffrey Kearns, etc. 
Political art at MoMA and Hunter College. 
Charles Frederick on AIDS with illustrations by Gloria Bornstein, Ed Paschke, David Wojnarowicz's Sounds in the Distance, Kai Chih-ming, etc.
Voices of Dissent - Ronnie Gilbert, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Deborah Langerman, etc.
The Social Role of Photography as the 80's End - Barbara Jo Revelle, Alex Sweetman, Marcia Resnick, Duane Michals, Shelley Rice, Marvin Heiferman, Michael Lesy, Sylvia Kolbowski, Sophie Rivera, Coreen Simpson, Charles Biasiny-Rivera, Jim Anderson, Ani Rivera, Mel Rosenthal, Marilyn Nance, Susan Meiselas, Earl Dotter, Abigail Solomon Godeau, Louise Lawler, Connie Hatch, Hans Haacke, etc. 
Two Voices from Chinatown's Basement Workshop:
Fay Chiang:
A Place in Art/History & Margo Machida: An Artist's Perspective. 
Life Cycles of a Multicultural Center: An I-Ching Reading by Paul Wasserman about the Taller Latinoamericano etc.
The Opening by Herb Perr.

A Publication of PADD (Political Art Documentation / Distribution).