Justyna Stepien (Lodz) "Is That What Pop Art Is All About?" Visual Ambiguities in Pop Art Collage. First and final refusal: Resurrecting Boris Lurie, the original NO!art man. An interview with artist Alexa Wright on how her work experiments with the defended boundaries of the human/self, and the affects unleashed by their transgression. Modern Visionary: Paul Klee’s exuberance embraced both angels and monsters. After 31 years as director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philippe de Montebello begins a fresh career at NYU. For translucence, against transparency: An account of conceptual art and its mediums. Cultivating a profitable new niche, the art world is focusing on the long-overlooked final years of Monet, Warhol, Picasso and Dali. The war over plunder: Who owns art stolen in war? Three stages in the art of public participation: Curator, artist and theorist Paul O'Neill traces a development from the site-specific artwork to long-term participatory urban art projects. Art and politics: Conceptual artist Victor Burgin launches an excoriating attack on documentary art as the "new doxa". Aesthetic competition: Larry Norman revisits a 17th-century intellectual rift over art’s evolution toward a more perfect state. From Surveillance and Society, a special issue on Surveillance, Performance and New Media Art. So Bad: Jed Perl on why Salvador Dali’s paintings are the junk food of art. From the Platypus Review, an interview with Hal Foster: Is the funeral for the wrong corpse? A review of Common as Air: Revolution, Art, and Ownership by Lewis Hyde. Within weeks of January's devastating earthquake, Haiti's surviving painters and sculptors were taking solace from their work. A Swede among the sprites: The inspired madness of Ernst Josephson, the Jewish Edvard Munch.