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SoHo News
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SoHo News

Vol. 7, No. 51 (September 17-23, 1980)

Josh Friedman, Donald Sultan, Christy Rupp, Julian Schnabel, Sandy Skoglund, Helen Oji, David Hammons, Cindy Sherman, Bill Jensen, R.M. Fischer, Pedro Lujan, Rae Berolzheimer, Laurie Simmons, Ann Sperry, Len Jenshel, Howardina Pindell, Kathleen Agnoli, David Reed, William Zimmer, Andy Grundberg, John Perreault, Gerald Marzorati, Peter Freiberg, Seth Cagin, E.L. Doctorow, Charles Ruas, Walker Simon, Jean-Marie Simon, Ronnie Spector, Mick Farren, David Byrne, Ray Trakin, Timothy Greenfield Sanders, Leo Castelli, Dan Flavin, Ivan Karp, Andrea Pedersen

September 17-23, 1980 issue of SoHo News. Issue edited by Josh Friedman. Includes: "Art Breakers: N.Y.'s Emerging Artists, Special Supplement," edited and with an introduction by Gerald Marzorati. Emerging artists profiled are: "Donald Sultan," by William Zimmer; "Christy Rupp," by William Zimmer; "Julian Schnabel," by William Zimmer; "Sandy Skoglund," by Andy Grundberg; "Helen Oji," by William Zimmer; "David Hammons," by John Perreault; "Cindy Sherman," by Andy Grundberg; "Bill Jensen," by John Perreault; "R. ... [details]

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The Whole World is Still Watching
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The Whole World is Still Watching

Maureen Sherlock, Dan Mills, Dennis Adams, Nicholas Arbatsky, Doug Ashford, Joe Cavalier, Dan Coma, Carlos Cortez, Leon Golub, Thomas Hancock, Edgar Heap of Birds, Jenny Holzer, Jerry Kearns, Tom Kalin, Janet Koenig, Dennis Kowalski, Edward Larson, Joe Matunis, Daniel Peterman, Robert Peters, Faith Ringgold, Joe Seigenthaler, Greg Sholette, Nancy Spero, Tim Tobin, Bill Walker, John Pitman Weber

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held August 26 - October 1, 1988. Organized by Maureen Sherlock and Dan Mills. Essay by Maureen Sherlock. Artists included are Dennis Adams, Nicholas Arbatsky, Doug Ashford, Joe Cavalier, Dan Coma, Carlos Cortez, Leon Golub, Thomas Hancock, Edgar Heap of Birds, Jenny Holzer, Jerry Kearns, Tom Kalin, Janet Koenig, Dennis Kowalski, Edward Larson, Joe Matunis, Daniel Peterman, Robert Peters, Faith Ringgold, Joe Seigenthaler, Greg Sholette, Nancy Spero, Tim Tobin, Bill Walker and John Pitman Weber. ... [details]

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Hide / Seek : Difference and Desire in American Portraiture
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Hide / Seek : Difference and Desire in American Portraiture

[Hardcover Edition]

Jonathan D. Katz, David C. Ward, Jennifer Sichel, Thomas Eakins, John Singer Sargent, F. Holland Day, Marsden Hartley, J. C. Leyendecker, George Bellows, Charles Demuth, Romaine Brooks, Man Ray, Florine Stettheimer, Berenice Abbott, Walker Evans, Cecil Beaton, Grant Wood, Carl Van Vechten, Henri Cartier-Bresson, PaJaMa, Paul Cadmus, Lee Miller, George Platt Lynes, Minor White, Georgia O'Keeffe, Agnes Martin, Jess (Burgess Collins), William S. Burroughs, Larry Rivers, Andy Warhol, Ray Johnson, Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Rauschenberg, Alice Neel, Jasper Johns, David Hockney, Larry Clark, Beauford Delaney, Wynn Chamberlain, Yayoi Kusama, Duane Michals, Lucas Samaras, Nan Goldin, Robert Morris, Robert Mapplethorpe, Peter Hujar, David Wojnarowicz, Andrew Wyeth, Tee Corinne, Keith Haring, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, AA Bronson, Tseng Kwong Chi, Christopher Makos, Deborah Kass, Mark Morrisroe, Deborah Bright, Catherine Opie, Jerome Caja, Robert Gober, Glenn Ligon, Lyle Ashton Harris, Bill Jacobson, Laura Aguilar, Annie Leibovitz, Anthony Goicolea, Cass Bird, Jack Pierson

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held at the National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C., October 2010. Essay by Jonathan Katz, catalogue by David C. Ward. Artists include Thomas Eakins, John Singer Sargent, F. ... [details]

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No. 7 (2000)

Sandra Antelo-Suarez, Bill Arning, Daniel Birnbaum, Paolo Colombo, Leah Gilliam, Peter Gorsen, Yvon Grenier, Sandrine Guerin, Gabriel Kuri, Mark Lewis, Sharon Lockhart, Chus Martínez, Rosa Martinez, Giorgio Manganelli, Molly Nesbit, Gabriel Orozco, Jonathan Napack, Ernesto Neto, Cristiana Perrella, Michael Palmer, Adriano Pedrosa, Luis Pérez Oramas, Nélida Piñon, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Alexandra Sanidad, Jérôme Sans, Nathaniel Tarn, Mónica de la Torre, Hamza Walker, Raul Zamudio

Edited by Sandra Antelo-Suarez. Essays: "Happy New Year," by Adriano Pedrosa; "In the 'Society of Spectacle' You are Always an Employee; Never The Owner of The Show." by Rosa Martínez; "The Passion and the Wave," by Paolo Colombo; "6th Istanbul Biennial," by Cristiana Perrella; "Location, Location, Location!" by Gabriel Orozco; "Introduction," by Molly Nesbit; "Teatro Amazonas," (Includes video on disc) by Sharon Lockhart; "Sharon Lockhart's Teatro Amazonas," by Adriano Pedrosa; "Figures in Time," by Ernesto Neto; "Project Room : Transper, Casper," @ Printed Matter; "Project Room : Leah Gilliam, Apeshit," @ Thread Waxing Space; "For You, For Them : The Ones They Are and The Ones They Aren't (Yet)," by Sandrine Guerin; "End of Empire," by Jonathan Napack; "Urban Magic," by Nélida Piñon; "Introduction : A Tribute To Octavio Paz," by Mónica de la Torre; "Paz and Vanguardism (Circulations of the Song)," by Michael Palmer; "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, Poetry : Reflections on Octavio Paz," by Yvon Grenier; "Paz, Anthropology and The Future of Poetry," by Nathaniel Tarn; "Knowing Can Be Destroying," by Raul Zamudio-Taylor; "Gego : The Paradigm of Laocoon," by Luis Enrique Pérez-Oramas; "The Harrison Effect," by Bill Arning; "A Conversation Between Daniel Birnbaum and Paul Ramírez-Jonas," by Daniel Birnbaum and Paul Ramírez-Jonas; "Song Factory Substrates," by Hamza Walker; "In Kinsey's Wake : Judith Baum's Survey of Male Sexuality," by Peter Gorsen; "Bad Luck," by Chus Martínez; "Trying Not to Make Films That are too Long, A Conversation Between Jérôme Sans and Mark Lewis," by Jérôme Sans and Mark Lewis; "Popularization," by Giorgio Manganelli; "Recollection," by Lucio Pozzi; "History's Postscript . ... [details]

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Juliana Force and American Art : A Memorial Exhibition
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Juliana Force and American Art : A Memorial Exhibition

Juliana Force, Herman More, Lloyd Goodrich, John Sloan, Guy Pène du Bois, Alexander Brook, Forbes Watson, Ivan Le Lorraine Albright, Edmund Archer, George C. Ault, William Baziotes, Gifford Beal, George Bellows, Ben Benn, Thomas H.Benton, George Biddle, Henry Billings, Isabel Bishop, Arnold Blanch, Lucile Blanch, Oscar Bluemner, Peter Blume, Louis Bouché, Alexander Brook, Audrey Buller, Henri Burkhard, Paul Burlin, David Burliuk, Paul Cadmus, Blendon Campbell, John Carroll, Robert W. Chanler, Glenn O. Coleman, Francis Criss, John Steuart Curry, Andrew Dasburg, Arthur B. Davies, Stuart Davis, Charles Demuth, Preston Dickinson, Thomas Donnelly, Arthur G. Dove, Guy Pène du Bois, Louis M. Eilshemius, Philip Evergood, Lyonel Feininger, Ernest Fiene, Karl Free, Jared French, Emil Ganso, Elizabeth Bart Gerald, William J.Glackens, Arshile Gorky, Adolph Gottlieb, Harry Gottlieb, Balcomb Greene, Stephen Greene, William Gropper, George Grosz, Louis Guglielmi, Robert Gwathmey, Carl Hall, Samuel Halpert, Leon Hartl, Marsden Hartley, Robert Henri, Eugene Higgins, Stefan Hirsch, Edward Hopper, Walter Houmère, John Kane, Morris Kantor, Bernard Karfiol, Rockwell Kent, Georgina Klitgaard, Karl Knaths, Henry Koerner, Benjamin D. Kopman, Leon Kroll, Max Kuehne, Walt Kuhn, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Edward Laning, Ernest Lawson, Doris Lee, Julian Levi, Jakc Levine, Molly Luce, Luigi Lucioni, George Luks, Loren MacIver, Peppino Mangravite, Reginald Marsh, Henry Mattson, Jan Matulka, Henry Lee McFee, Kenneths Hayes Miller, Hermon More, Jerome Myers, Georgia O'Keeffe, Lloyd Parsons, Waldo Peirce, I.Rice Pereira, George Picken, Joseph Pickett, Joseph Pollet, Henry Varnum Poor, Charles Prendergast, Maurice Prendergast, Abraham Rattner, Louis Ribak, Paul Rohland, Charles Rosen, Andree Ruellan, Katherine Schmidt, Henry Schnakenberg, Ben Shahn, Charles Sheeler, Everett Shinn, Mitchell Siporin, John Sloan, Isaac Soyer, Raphael Soyer, Eugene Speicher, Niles Spencer, Theodoros Stamos, Joseph Stella, Bradley Walker Tomlin, Allen Tucker, Dorothy Varian, Abraham Walkowitz, Franklin C. Watkins, Nan Watson, Max Weber, Grant Wood, Marguerite Zorach, Peggy Bacon, Aaron Bohrod, Charles Burchfield, Adolf Dehn, Morris Graves, George O."Pop" Hart, Bertram Hartman, Rosella Hartman, Jacob Lawrence, Charles Locke, John Marin, Boardman Robinson, Caroline Speare Rohland, Georges Schreiber, Edward John Stevens, Andrew Wyeth, Richmond Barthé, F. Bilotti, Alexander Calder, Jo Davidson, José de Creeft, Alfeo Faggi, Paul Fiene, John B. Flannagan, Eugenie Gershoy, Maurice Glickman, Dorothea S.Greenbaum, Chaim Gross, Milton E. Hebald, Cecil Howard, Gaston Lachaise, Robert Laurent, Arthur Lee, Oronzio Malderelli, Isamu Noguchi, Hugo Robus, Theodore J.Roszak, Concetta Scaravaglione, David Smith, Carl Walters, Heinz Warneke, Nat Werner, Warren Wheelock, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, Harry Wickey, Mahonri Young, William Zorach

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show of the personal art collection of Juliana Force held at the Whitney Museum of American Art, September 24 - October 30, 1949. Text by Juliana Force, Herman More, Lloyd Goodrich, John Sloan, Guy Pène du Bois, Alexander Brook, Forbes Watson. ... [details]

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Annotations

[21 Volume Box Set]

Public-Holiday Project, Champion Fine Art, Rachel Foullon, Matt Keegan, Laura Kleger, Sara Greenberger, Adam Putnam, Alex Robbins, Halsey Rodman, Carter Mull, Michael Zahn, Rebecca Chamberlain, Christopher Chiappa, John Pilson, Jeroen Kooijmans, Guy Richards Smit, Michael Smith, William Wegman, Kelly Breslin, Meredith Danluck, Alice Könitz, Jeff Ono, Michelle Lopez, Kate Grinnan, Tom Texas Holmes, Slylar Haskard, Anna Sew Hoy, Joe Scanlan, Stephen Shore, Kelley Walker, Flora Wiegmann, Drew Heitzler, James Welling, Eric Wesley, Carey Young, Walead Beshty, Rose Kallal, Fia Backström, Michael Phelan, Jonah Freeman, Chuck Nanny, Adam McEwen, John Tremblay, Peter Coffin, Craig Kalpakjian, John Armleder, Cyprian Gaillard, Jan Groover, Kevin Landers, Olivier Mosset, Amy O'Neill, Kirsten Mosher, Jordan Wolfson, Samuel Casebolt, Candace Cole, Charles Goldman, Alix Lambert, Brian Bress, Jeff Burton, Corinna Schnitt, Monique van Genderen, Terra Fuller, Benjamin Butler, Suzanna Vapnek, Franklin Evans, Mari Eastman, Charles Irvin, Holly Coulis, Brian Belott, Bella Foster, Melissa Brown, Brendan Cass, Charlotta Westergren, Ellen Altfest, Tyson Reeder, Scott Reeder, Claudia Pena, Katherine Bernhardt, Nick Barna, Scott Cassidy, Tom Costa, Erik Frydenborg, Hannah Greely, Jesse Kamm, Kalup Donte Linzy, Shana Lutker, Avigail Moss, Stephen Rhodes, Joaquin Spengemann, Jonas Wood, Heather Cantrell, Rachel Corry, Drew Dominick, Ernest Gibson, Raffi Kalenderian, Shio Kusaka, Nate Lowman, Tony Matelli, Adrian Paules, Bert Rodriguez, Keith Vaughn, Matt Johnson, Jonas Nobel, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Frederik Söderberg, Dan Torop, Roe Ethridge, Nina Andersson, Ron Jude, Kevin Landers, Aleksandra Mir, Andrew Rodgers, Chris Verene, Matt Ducklo, Huma Bhabha, Jennifer Sirey, Nancy Shaver, Susan Jennings, Jennifer Coates, David Shaw, Valetin Carron, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Fabrice Gygi, Alex Morrison, Mai-thu Perret, Aidas Bereikis, Bettina Funcke, Seth Price, Bill Saylor, Anke Weyer, Wendy White, Emily Sunblad, Josh Smith, Lizzie Bougatsos, Amy Granat, Elizabeth Valdez, Steven Parrino, Alex Kwartler, Macrae Semans, Molly Welch, Allyson Vieira, Jarrett Mellenbruch, Adam Raymont, Emily Miranda, Carol Bove, Christian Brown, Robert Medvedz, Jon Widman, Lorenzo de Los Angeles, Gordon Terry, Hisham Akira Bharoocha, Bjorn Copeland, Scott Wolniak, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Reed Anderson, Larry Bamburg, Sylvie Fleury, Adam Frelin, Vincent Szarek

"How can an art exhibition function as a stand-in for the artists and their studios? How can a gallery project provide greater insight into an artist's practice, the way the formality of a slide lecture or the intimacy of a studio visit can? How can the back-story of the work on display be understood, without being solely reliant on a curatorial statement, catalogue essay or press release? This exhibition allows art to be understood as an ongoing and slippery practice, and less the finite, linear and object-oriented one assumed by the standard exhibition format. ... [details]

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BOMB Magazine : Theatre and Photography
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BOMB Magazine : Theatre and Photography

No. 5

Betsy Sussler, H.M. Koutoukas, Cookie Mueller, Peter Hujar, Allen Frame, Henry Horenstein, James Purdy, Ronald Girard, Jacki Ochs, James Perry Walker, Mary Mhoon, David Seidner, Theadora Van Runkle, Dianne Blell, Joan Tewkesbury, James McLure, Kate Simon, Gregory Lawrence Lehmann, Alan Kleinberg, Tadeusz Kantor, Umarla Klasa, Rockets Redglare, Mark Magill, M. Stenzler, Robert Mapplethorpe, Jeannette Montgomery, Olue Kuroemon II, Robert Aaron, JoAnne Akalaitis, Craig Gholson, Darrel Ellis, Thomas Ellis, Christopher Makos, Bill Costa, Maris Duval, Susan Mallouk, Susan Landau, Jimmy de Sana, Miriam Cooper, Ellen Brooks, Deborah Turberville, Amanda Means, Joseph Kosuth, Gianfranco Gorgoni, Sarah Charlesworth, Barbara Kruger, Cindy Sherman, Laurie Simmons, Ericka Beckman, James Casebere, Clegg and Guttmann, Richard Prince, Barbara Kruger, James Welling

Edited by Betsy Sussler. Essays "H.M. Koutoukas, The Head Gargoyle," by Cookie Mueller; "Nightshift," by Allen Frame; "James Purdy," by Allen Frame; "Mary Mhoon," Allen Frame; "478," by David Seidner; "Joan Tewkesbury," by David Seidner; "James McLure," by Betsy Sussler; "Umarla Klasa," by Tadeusz Kantor; "Rockets Redglare," by Mark Magill; "Olue Kuroemon II from the Grand Kabuki," by Robert Aaron; "JoAnne Akalaitis," by Craig Gholson; "Maris Duval," by Susan Mallouk; "Cathode Cruel," by Susan Landau; "Gianfranco Gorgoni," by Betsy Sussler; "Glossolania," by Sarah Charlesworth and Barbara Kruger. ... [details]

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Exhibition the Photographer & the Artist

Sidney Janis, Berenice Abbott, Robert Adelman, Diane Arbus, R. Ardos, Richard Avedon, Cecil Beaton, Charles Bouchard, Constantin Brancusi, Bill Brandt, Brassaï, Braun & Cie, Elisa Breton, Dan Budnick, Richard Burkhardt, René Burri, Cornell Capa, Robert Capa, Etienne Carjat, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Imogen Cunningham, Edgar Degas, Dena, Robert Descharnes, Pepe Diniz, Robert Doisneau, David Douglas Duncan, Frederick H. Evans, Walker Evans, Hollis Frampton, Gisèle Freund, Gianfranco Gorgoni, Maurice Guibert, Philippe Halsman, Florence Henri, Wayne Hollingworth, Horst, Frank James, Yousuf Karsh, Berni Kaufmann, André Kertesz, Jacques Henri Lartigue, Alexander Liberman, El Lissitzky, Man Ray, Herbert Matter, Fred W. McDarrah, Duane Michals, Gjon Mili, Wayne Miller, Jack Mitchell, Lisette Model, Peter Moore, John Moran, Inge Morath, Barbara Morgan, Ugo Mulas, Nickolas Muray, Nadar, Hans Namuth, Arnold Newman, Irving Penn, George Platt Lynes, Peter Pollack, Renate Pnsold-Motherwell, Peter Rose Pulham, Rogi André, Arnold Rosenberg, August Sander, Naomi Savage, Savitry, David Seymour, Harry Shunk, Frederick Sommer, Edward Steichen, Lasse Stener, Alfred Stieglitz, Michael A. Vaccaro, Edward Weston, Dominique Ingres, Adolphe Bouguereau, Paul Cézanne, Camille Pissarro, Paul Gauguin, Henri Rousseau, Raymond Duchamp-Villon, Marcel Duchamp, Auguste Rodin, Giacomo Balla, Louis Vivin, Sonia Delaunay, Robert Delaunay, Arshile Gorky, Willem de Kooning, Anna Mary Robertson Moses, David Hare, Jacqueline Lamba, Domenico Gnoli, Marie Laurencin, Max Ernst, Jean Cocteau, Isamu Noguchi, Louis Eilshemius, Edward Hopper, Tom Wesselmann, Lucas Samaras, Joaquín Torres-García, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Georges Braque, Jean Dubuffet, Francis Bacon, Giorgio de Chirico, René Magritte, Salvador Dali, Aristide Maillol, Henri Matisse, Pierre Bonnard, Fernand Léger, Alberto Giacometti, David Smith, Marisol, Georgia O'Keeffe, Diego Rivera, Jackson Pollock, Hans Arp, Saul Steinberg, Nam June Paik

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held February 7 - March 6, 1976. Introductory essay by Sidney Janis. Includes photographs by Berenice Abbott, Robert Adelman, Diane Arbus, R. Ardos, Richard Avedon, Cecil Beaton, Charles Bouchard, Constantin Brancusi, Bill Brandt, Brassaï, Braun & Cie, Elisa Breton, Dan Budnick, Richard Burkhardt, René Burri, Cornell Capa, Robert Capa, Etienne Carjat, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Imogen Cunningham, Edgar Degas, Dena, Robert Descharnes, Pepe Diniz, Robert Doisneau, David Douglas Duncan, Frederick H. ... [details]

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New American Paintings 90
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New American Paintings 90

Vol. 15, No. 5 (October / November 2010)

Mark Aguhar, Jack Balas, Michael Bise, John Thomas Bissonette, Matthew Bourbon, Bernardo Cantu, Gregory Michael Carter, Joseph Cohen, K.C. Collins, Erin Cone, Eric Conrad, Matthew Cusick, Alejandro Diaz, Carlos Daniel Donjuan, Garland Fielder, Wayne D. Gilbert, Beth Gouldin, Allison Gregory, James Hart, Katy Horan, Kevin P. Kelly, Ted Larsen, Rebecca Layton, Jonathan C. Leach, Erick Maybury, Marcelyn McNeil, Brad Nelson, Matt Root, Howard Sherman, John Holt Smith, Aaron Storck, Micki Tschur, Rachel Walker, Melissa Wilkinson, Joseph Wooten, Robert Josiah Bingaman, Mindy Bray, Jakob Christmas, Phillip Denker, Steven Shores, Toby Kamps, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Evan J. Garza, Kelly Klaasmeyer, Bill Arning

2010 Western edition of the bimonthly publication New American Paintings, edited by Toby Kamps. Juried by Bill Arning, Director of the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas. Artists include Mark Aguhar, Jack Balas, Michael Bise, John Thomas Bissonette, Matthew Bourbon, Bernardo Cantu, Gregory Michael Carter, Joseph Cohen, K. ... [details]

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