Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held September 25 - November 20, 1962. Text by Manfred de la Motte, Morita Shiryu, Imtraud Schaarschmidt-Richter, Mauricio Kagel, Ferdinand Kriwet, Pierre Restany, Jean-Pierre Wilhelm, Henryk Berlewi, and Jiri Siblik. ... [details]
A single-sided handbill / flyer for Cage's first reading of "Silence" with text reading :
The Living Theatre and Wesleyan University Press present
"Where Are We Going?
And What Are We Doing?"
4 lectures given simultaneously
celebrating the publication of his book of essays,
November 6, 1961
9 : 00 P. ... [details]
A collection of letters and writings by avant-garde composer John Cage. "These papers and addresses mirror his major concerns. Here are statements of his views on experimental music: Composition by chance operations, indeterminacy of performance, the use of electronic sound, the value of ambient noise. ... [details]
Facsimile edition of the score for John Cage's opus work 4' 33", aka "Silence." Printed in facsimile of Cage's handwriting, including note by John Cage on the evolution of the score and its initial performance. [details]
Issue number four out of six issues, published from 1958 - 1965. Edited by P.G. Pavia. Artists statements by Peter Agostini, Mary Bonnell, Peter Busa, Emil Hess, Alfred Jensen, Elaine de Kooning, Albert Kotin, John Little, and Adja Yunkers. ... [details]
A monograph of Virgil Thomas written by Kathleen Hoover and John Cage. Includes examples of Virgil's music. [details]
Program catalogue for performances by the Merce Cunningahm and Dance Company held Tuesday, December 29 1953 through Sunday, January 3, 1954. Contains complete documentation of eight performances held at The Theater de Lys, 121 Christopher Street, New York. ... [details]
Winter 1947/8 issue of the Possibilities,"An occasional review," the first in a series of 4 oriented around the topic of problems in contemporary art. Edited by Pierre Chareau, John Cage, Robert Motherwell, and Harold Rosenberg. ... [details]
Oversized flyer / handbill published in conjunction with three performances by David Tudor at The Living Theatre held on March 28 featuring compositions by Sylvano Bussotti, Cornelius Cardew, Franco Evangelisti, Gottfried Michael Koenig, Bo Nilsson, Kurt Schwertsik, and Karlheinz Stockhausen; April 4 featuring compositions by John Cage and Christian Wolff; and April 11 featuring compositions by David Behrman, Cornelius Cardew, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Henri Pousseur, Stockausen, and La Monte Young (performed with assistance of Cage and Ichiyanagi). ... [details]