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Studio International

            Incorporating 'The Studio', Founded 1893  	February 1971 Volume 181 Number 930

            Editor: Peter Townsend                    Cover: postcards by Richard Hamilton and David Hockney from the recent
            Assistant Editor: Charles Harrison        exhibition at the Angela Flowers Gallery, London
            Business Manager: Czeslaw Szymborksi
            Art Director: Malcolm Lauder              A smart set of concepts / Suzi Gablik / 42
            Advertisement Manager: Thelma Watt
            Contributing Editors:                     Aaargh! indeed / Andrew Higgens / 43
            Dore Ashton (New York)
            Jean Clay (Paris)
            Frank Whitford                            The American juggernaut / Hilton Kramer / 44
            Barbara Reise
            Editorial Advisory Committee:             Correspondence / 45
            J.P.Hodin (International relations)
            Alan Bowness                              News and notes / 46
            Andrew Forge
            David Thompson                            The sociology of knowledge / Jonathan Benthall / 47
            International Advisory Panel:
            Argentina: Jorge Romero Brest             Andy Warhol and Elvis Presley / John Coplans / 49
            Austria: Georg Eisler
            Belgium: Michael Seuphor                  Andy Warhol as a film maker / Paul Morrissey interviewed by Derek Hill / 57
            Brazil: Mario Pedrosa
            Canada: David Silcox                      Strindberg and the arts / Tore Hakansson / 62
            France: Jacques Lassaigne
            Germany: Dr Werner Schmalenbach           Interview with Konrad Fischer / Georg Jappe / 68
            Holland: Prof. A.M.Hammacher
            Israel: Haim Gamzu
            Italy: Prof. G.C.Argan                    UK commentary / Timothy Hilton / 72
            Japan: Shuzo Takiguchi
            Scandinavia : Leif Ostby                  Sydney commentary / Donald Brook / 76
            Spain: Alejandro Cirici-Pellicer
            Switzerland: Dr Carola Gideon-Welcker     Linguistics: an eye-witness account / Gareth Jones / 81
            USA: Thomas M.Messer; J.J.Sweeney
            Yugoslavia: Aleksa Celebonovic            Inno 7o / John Latham / 85

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            & Tombs.                                  Tate Gallery. His article is a chapter from a forth-  exhibited at the Serpentine Gallery in August.
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