New York City, March 10, 2021
In an article for Document Journal titled "The DIY magic of Art-Rite, the magazine that redevined the 1970s art scene" Miss Rosen writes:
"Art-Rite, as it would soon be known, came into being when the triumvirate applied for the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in 1973. Still in its formative years, the ISP, which would later count Félix González-Torres, Kathryn Bigelow, and Jenny Holzer among its alumni, only offered programs for artists and art historians. “Our challenge was irresistible: What, no art critics?” Robinson says. “We were accepted, with our project being to launch Art-Rite magazine, made welcome in both divisions of the ISP, and off we went.”"
The article is illustrated by one of Judy Rifka's many contributions to the magazine, this one published in issue 21, 1978.