Soft Cover, English, Glue Binding, 169 Pages, 1975
"THE FOX" was started by several members of the New York faction of Art & Language, a conceptual art collective who put out three issues in 1975-76.
"If you are concerned with trying to reclaim art as an instrument of social and cultural transformation, in exposing the domination of the culture/administrative apparatus as well as art which indolently reflects that apparatus, you are urged to participate in this journal. Its editorial thrust is ideological: it aims at a contribution to the wider movement of social criticism/transformation. (Our contribution will be on the art front but by no means limited to the fixed context-closure of 'art'.) We need a broad social base in positive opposition to the ideological content and social relations reproduced by 'official' culture." -- Preface to Number Two.