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Artforum

Vol. 23, No. 4 (December 1984)

Ingrid Sischy, Kenneth Baker, Annelie Pohlen, Stuart Morgan, Kate Linker, Glenn O'Brien, Alexandra Anderson, Jack Flam, Anthony Korner, Donald Kuspit, Lisa Liebmann, Greil Marcus, Nicholas Moufarrege, Amy Baker Sandback, Frederic Tuten, Martha Wilson, John Yau, Max Beckmann, Jeanne Silverthorne, Patricia C. Phillips, Ronny Cohen, Jean Fisher, John Howell, David Carrier, Judith Russi Kirshner, Howard Singerman, Susan C. Larsen, Suzaan Boettger, Luciana Rogozinski, Ida Panicelli, Max Wechsler, Denys Zacharopoulos

Issue edited by Ingrid Sischy. Essays "Max Beckmann Is Still in Exile," by Kenneth Baker; "Climbing Up a Ramp to Discover German Art," by Annelie Pohlen; "Steven Campbell: The Case of the Waggling Leg," by Stuart Morgan; "Eluding Definition," by Kate Linker; "Mozart, Puccini, Bizet, and McLaren," by Glenn O'Brien. ... [details]

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  • periodical
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  • 27 x 26.9 cm.
  • 98 pp.
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  • unsigned and unnumbered

Artforum

Vol. 23, No. 4 (December 1984)

Ingrid Sischy, Kenneth Baker, Annelie Pohlen, Stuart Morgan, Kate Linker, Glenn O'Brien, Alexandra Anderson, Jack Flam, Anthony Korner, Donald Kuspit, Lisa Liebmann, Greil Marcus, Nicholas Moufarrege, Amy Baker Sandback, Frederic Tuten, Martha Wilson, John Yau, Max Beckmann, Jeanne Silverthorne, Patricia C. Phillips, Ronny Cohen, Charles Hagen, Jean Fisher, John Howell, David Carrier, Judith Russi Kirshner, Howard Singerman, Susan C. Larsen, Suzaan Boettger, Luciana Rogozinski, Ida Panicelli, Max Wechsler, Denys Zacharopoulos

Issue edited by Ingrid Sischy. Essays "Max Beckmann is Still in Exile," by Kenneth Baker; "Climbing Up a Ramp to Discover German Art," by Annelie Pohlen; "Steven Campbell: The Case of the Waggling Leg," by Stuart Morgan; "Eluding Definition," by Kate Linker; "A. ... [details]

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  • 27 x 26.9 cm.
  • 123 pp.
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  • unsigned and unnumbered

Artforum

Vol. 23, No. 3 (November 1984)

Ingrid Sischy, Thomas McEvilley, Jenny Holzer, Alison Gardner Pratt, Prudence Carlson, John Bernard Myers, James Ivory, Frederic Tuten, John Ashbery, Tony Towle, Ann Lauterbach, Barry Schwabsky, John Yau, Michael Brownstein, Rene Ricard, Thomas Lawson, Lionel Lambourne, Donald Kuspit, Greil Marcus, Jeanne Silverthorne, Patricia C. Phillips, Jean Fisher, Ida Panicelli, John Howell, Barbara Kruger, Ronny Cohen, Nancy Stapen, Judith Russi Kirshner, Michael Bonesteel, Ed Hill, Suzanne Bloom, Hal Fischer, Charles Hagen, Linda Burnham, John Brumfield, Ingrid Rein, Annelie Pohlen, Max Wechsler, Stuart Morgan

Issue edited by Ingrid Sischy. Essays "Doctor Lawyer Indian Chief: 'Primitivism' in 20th Century Art at the Museum of Modern Art in 1984," by Thomas McEvilley; "Sign on a Truck," by Jenny Holzer; "Campaign 1984," by Alison Gardner Pratt; "Terry Winters' Earthly Anecdotes," by Prudence Carlson; "Naming Pictures: Conversations between Lee Krasner and John Bernard Myers," by John Bernard Myers; "In the American Grain: Robert Helm," by James Ivory; "Tracking Some Angles: A Talk with Alain Resnais," by Frederic Tuten; "Poets and Art: John Ashbery, Tony Towle, Ann Lauterbach, and Barry Schwabsky interviewed by John Yau; with poems by Michael Brownstein, Ashbery, Towle, Lauterbach, Schwabsky, and Rene Ricard"; "Hilton Kramer: An Appreciation," by Thomas Lawson; "Books: Lionel Lambourne on 'The Collected Letters of William Morris,'" by Lionel Lambourne; "Forum: Philosophy and Art: Elective Affinities in and Arranged Marriage," by Donald Kuspit; "Bruce Springsteen: In Your Heart You Know He's Right," by Greil Marcus. ... [details]

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  • black-and-white & color
  • 27 x 26.9 cm.
  • 101 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Artforum

Vol. 22, No. 9 (May 1984)

Ingrid Sischy, Jean Fisher, Annelie Pohlen, Chuck Close, Douglas Davis, Myron Schwartzman, Frederic Tuten, Greil Marcus, Max Kozloff, Kay Larson, Donald Kuspit, Charles Hagen, Thomas McEvilley, Lisa Liebmann, John Howell, Glenn O'Brien, Thomas Lawson, Kate Linker, Patricia Phillips, Richard Armstrong, Ronny Cohen, Jeanne Silverthorne, Scott MacDonald, Judith Russi Kirshner, Ed Hill, Suzanne Bloom, Susan C. Larsen, Suzaan Boettger, Richard Cork, Paul Groot, Max Wechsler, Pier Luigi Tazzi

Issue edited by Ingrid Sischy. Essays "Chasing Dreams: Victor Hitchcock and Alfred Burgin," by Jean Fisher; "Obsessive Pictures or Opposition to the Norm: Noteworthy Aspects of the Engaged Imagination in the New German Art," by Annelie Pohlen; "A Progression by Chuck Close: Who's Afraid of Photography?" by Chuck Close; "The Death of Semiotics (In Late Modern Architecture); The Corruption of Metaphor (In Post-Modernism); The Birth of the 'Punctum' (In Neomania)," by Douglas Davis; "Romare Bearden Sees in a Memory," by Myron Schwartzman; "Books: For Georges Remi/Hergé," by Frederic Tuten; "Free Speech," by Greil Marcus; "Forum," by Max Kozloff, Kay Larson, and Donald Kuspit. ... [details]

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  • periodical
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  • offset-printed
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  • black-and-white & color
  • 27 x 26.9 cm.
  • 96 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Artforum

Vol. 21, No. 7 (December 1983)

Ingrid Sischy, Allan Kaprow, Giulio Paolini, Nicolas Calas, Sigmar Polke, Donald Kuspit, Carrie Rickey, Frederic Tuten, Glenn O'Brien, Jeanne Silverthorne, Lisa Liebmann, John Howell, Kate Linker, Patricia C. Phillips, Charles Hagen, Thomas Lawson, Thomas McEvilley, Richard Armstrong, Barbara Kruger, Nancy Stapen, Michael Bonesteel, Melinda Wortz, Susan C. Larsen, Suzaan Boettger, Jean Fisher, Denys Zacharopoulos, Saskia Bos, Annelie Pohlen, Max Wechsler, Barbara Maestri, Luciana Rogozinsky

Issue edited by Ingrid Sischy. Essays "The Real Experiment," by Allan Kaprow; "Triumph of Representation, a project," by Giulio Paolini; "Against the Return to Order," by Nicolas Calas; "A Project," by Sigmar Polke; "Dispensable Friends, Indispensable Ideologies: Andre Bréton's Surrealism," by Donald Kuspit; "Popcorn and Canvas," by Carrie Rickey; "Books: Frederic Tuten on 'Ranxerox' (continued)," by Frederic Tuten; "Forum," by Glenn O'Brien. ... [details]

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  • 27 x 26.9 cm.
  • 96 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

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Vol. 22, No. 3 (November 1983)

Ingrid Sischy, Harald Szeemann, Klaus Kertess, Peter Greenaway, Stuart Morgan, General Idea, Roland Penrose, Jean Fisher, Kenneth Baker, Gary Indiana, Frederic Tuten, Greil Marcus, John Howell, Lisa Liebmann, Ronny H. Cohen, Kate Linker, Thomas Lawson, John Howell, Glenn O'Brien, Richard Armstrong, Barbara Kruger, Charles Hagen, Donald Kuspit, Jeanne Silverthorne, Michael Bonesteel, Carol Donnell-Kotrozo, Howard Singerman, Melinda Wortz, Suzaan Boettger, Robert Artkins, Susan C. Larsen, Ida Panicelli, Barbara Maestri, Aurora Garcia, Denys Zacharopoulos, Gérald Van Der Kaap, Max Wechsler, Annelie Pohlen, Stuart Morgan, Joan Miró

Issue edited by Ingrid Sischy. Essays "A Note Concerning Francis Picabia," by Harald Szeemann; "Imagining Nowhere: Richard Tuttle's 'Monkey's Recovery,'" by Klaus Kertess; "Breaking the Contract: A Conversation with Peter Greenaway," by Stuart Morgan; "Triple Entendre," a project by General Idea; "Enchantment and Revolution - Joan Miró," by Roland Penrose; "Jack Goldstein: The Trace of Absence," by Jean Fisher; "Vija Celmins: Drawings without Withdrawing," by Kenneth Baker; "Susan Sontag's Unguided Tour," by Gary Indiana; "'Books': Frederic Tuten on 'Ranxerox,'" by Frederic Tuten; "Gulliver Speaks," by Greil Marcus; "Forum," by John Howell and Lisa Liebmann. ... [details]

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  • 27 x 26.9 cm.
  • 118 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Artforum

Vol. 20, No. 10 (Summer 1982)

Ingrid Sischy, Lawrence Weschler, Robin White, Richard Tuttle, Germano Celant, Robert Mangold, Thomas McEvilley, Dr. Siegfriend Gohr, Marcia Tucker, Frederic Tuten, Colin Westerbeck, Kate Linker, Thomas Lawson, Jeanne Silverthorne, Ida Panicelli, Donald Kuspit, Jamey Gambrell, Richard Flood, Barbara Kruger, Ronny H. Cohen, Lisa Liebmann, Nancy Stapen, Judith Russi Kirshner, John Perreault, Susan C. Larsen, Hal Fischer, Max Wechsler, Gérard-Georges Lemaire, Paul Groot, Saskia Bos, Stuart Morgan, Robert Mangold

Issue edited by Ingrid Sischy. Essays "Forum: Waking Up to How We Sleepwalk," by Lawrence Weschler; "Great Expectations: Artists' TV Guide," by Robin White; "Book for Nigel Greenwood," a project by Richard Tuttle; "Framed: Innocence or Gilt?" by Germano Celant; "Three Color + within +," a project by Robert Mangold; "Negative Presences in Secret Spaces: The Art of Eric Orr," by Thomas McEvilley; "In the Absence of Heroes: The Early Work of Georg Baselitz," by Dr. ... [details]

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  • 96 pp.
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Vol. 20, No. 5 (January 1982)

Ingrid Sischy, Scott Cook, Thomas McEvilley, Scott MacDonald, Frederic Tuten, Ted Castle, Kelly Wise, Douglas Blau, Yves Klein, Thomas Lawson, Jeanne Silverthorne, Colin Westerbeck, Lisa Liebmann, Ronny H. Cohen, Richard Flood, Jamey Gambrell, Shelley Rice, Jim Hoberman, Joan Casademont, Kate Linker, Judith Russi Kirshner, Susan C. Larsen, Christopher Knight, Annelie Pohlen, Paul Groot, Gerard Georges Lemaire, Jo Anna Isaak

Issue edited by Ingrid Sischy. Essays "The Uncanny Resurrections of 'America is Waiting,'" by Scott Cook; "Yves Klein, Messenger of the Age of Space," by Thomas McEvilley; "John Waters' 'Divine Comedy,'" by Scott MacDonald; "Neither Fool, nor Naive, nor Poseur-Saint: Fragments on R. ... [details]

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  • monograph
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  • 21.5 x 18 cm.
  • 199 pp.
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Roy Lichtenstein

Roy Lichtenstein, John Coplans, Robert Rosenblum, Lawrence Alloway, Otto Hahn, Richard Morphet, Gene Baro, Nicolas Calas, Elizabeth C. Baker, Paul Schwartz, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Gene Swenson, Bruce Glaser, Alan Solomon, Jeanne Siegel, Frederic Tuten, Diane Waldman, Claes Oldenburg, Andy Warhol

Critical look at the work of Roy Lichtenstein. Edited by John Coplans. Written contributions by John Coplans, Robert Rosenblum, Lawrence Alloway, Otto Hahn, Richard Morphet, Gene Baro, Nicolas Calas, Elizabeth C. ... [details]

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  • 28.5 x 21 cm.
  • 49 pp.
  • edition size 150
  • signed and numbered
  • ISBN 0806502470

The Adventures of Mao on the Long March

Frederic Tuten, Roy Lichtenstein

Artist's book by Frederic Tuten. Features Tuten's fictionalized account of Chairman Mao's rise to power, which first appeared in 1969 in a 39-page condensed form in the magazine Artist Slain. Pictorial boards feature original screenprints by Roy Lichtenstein. ... [details]

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objects: 34