Catalog of an exhibition held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Jan. 29-Apr.17, 2006.
Includes bibliographical references.
Foreword - - Acknowledgments - - Painting in tongues / Michael Darling - - Artists in the exhibition / Michael Darling - - Kai Althoff - -Gillian Carnegie - - Mark Grotjahn - - Lucy McKenzie - - Rodney McMillan - - Ivan Morley - - Anslem Reyle - - "Painting in Tongues": Reflections on a title, and at the very end a question about the art that title is given to / Friedrich Wolfram Heubach.
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