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Some More Beginnings
  • exhibition catalogue
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • staple bound
  • black-and-white
  • 40 x 27.5 cm.
  • 122 pp.
  • edition size 15000
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Some More Beginnings

Billy Klüver, Julie Martin, Robert Rauschenberg, Iain Whitecross, Theodore Wolff, Ruth Fancken, Licio Isolani, Jame Calonis, Ben F. Laposky, John Benedict, Walter Delaney, Robert Whitman, Larry Heilos, Eric Rawson, Edward Adams, Nicholas Zettlemoyer, Robin Parkinson, Eric Martin, Norman T. White, Charles J. Grandmaison, Scotty Snyder, Kasoundra, Jackie Cassen, Rudi Stern, J. Schwartz, Eugene Dolgoff, Uecker, Lucy J. Young, James F. O'Brien, Charles Tafra, Edward Adams, Paul E. Stephens, Kathy Baker, Aldo Tambellini, Gertrude Barnstone, Dan Bloxum, Juan Downey, Rachel Bas-Cohain, Alan Litke, Hans Haacke, Eugene Roth, Sheldon Cohen, Peter L. Meyer, George Wolffe, John Anthes, Tracy S. Kinsel, Royce Dendler, Roger Vilder, David Chapin, Jacque Pankove, Leon D. Harmon, Kenneth C. Knowlton, Roberta Phillips, Thorne Macdonald, Clard Svenson, Larry Lard, Samuel Chaikofsky, Robert Kragen, Robert Lippman, Jean Toche, Robert Wiegand, Lloyd Kreuzer, Theodore Watkin, Mary Ashley, X. John Mirageas, Gottfried Jaeger, Agnes Mills, Harriet Casdin-Silver, Stan Van Der Beek, John F. Puskas

Catalogue for a juried exhibition curated by scientists conceived by Art & Technology guru Billy Klüver. Organized by Experiments in Art and Technology in conjunction with the Brooklyn Museum and The Museum of Modern Art, a call for submissions was placed in the New York Times on November 12, 1967 [reproduced in this catalogue] the show drew budding technologists / artists with the chosen work ultimately exhibited at the Museum. ... [details]

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SoHo News
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • loose leaves
  • black-and-white
  • 38.3 x 27.4 cm.
  • 79 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

SoHo News

Vol. 7, No. 33 (May 7 - 13, 1980)

Josh Friedman, Tobi Tobias, Eric Nadler, Tom O'Brien, David Hershkovits, Norman Green, John Perreault, Budd Hopkins, Richard Stein, Eleni Constantine, William Zimmer, James Surls, Michael Mazur, Donald Newman, Joe Breidel, Andy Grundberg, Helen Levitt, Elliot Landy, David Wojnarowicz

Issue edited by Josh Friedman. Cover stories include "City Ballet Backstage," by Tobi Tobias; "Hucksters in the Classroom," by Eric Nadler; "Fall Fashions," by Tom O'Brien; "Now Heroin," by David Hershkovits and Norman Green, incorporating small photograph by David Wojnarowicz. ... [details]

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Artforum
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 26.5 x 26.7 cm.
  • 162 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Artforum

Vol. 28, No. 1 (September 1989)

Ida Panicelli, Barbara Ehrenreich, Gary Indiana, Jeanne Silverthorne, Herbert Muschamp, Molly Hankwitz, Glenn O'Brien, Barbara Kruger, David Sternbach, Amy Baker Sandback, Annelie Pohlen, Donald Kuspit, C. Carr, J. Hoberman, Anish Kapoor, Sylvie Primard, Pier Luigi Tazzi, Arthur C. Danto, Kenneth Baker, Catherine Liu, Donald Kuspit, John Yau, John Miller, David Rimanelli, Kirby Gookin, Patricia C. Phillips, David Deitcher, Richard C. Ledes, Dennis Cooper, Lois E. Nesbitt, Carlo McCormick, Ronny Cohen, John Howell, Patricia C. Phillips, Eileen Neff, Howard Risatti, Vincent A. Carducci, James Yood, Laurie Palmer, Joan Seeman Robinson, Jae Carlsson, Kenneth Baker, Bill Berkson, Colin Gardner, Amy Gerstler, Benjamin Weissman, Buzz Spector, Alessandra Mammi, Anthony Iannacci, Sabine Vogel, Doris von Drateln, Brian Hatton, Michael Archer, Jean Fisher, Max Wechsler, Frank Herrara

Issue edited by Ida Panicelli. Essays "Troubleshooters: Barbara Ehrenreich on the Moral Majority," by Barbara Ehrenreich; "Democracy, Inc.: Gary Indiana on Censorship in the Arts," by Gary Indiana; "The Cave: Jeanne Silverthorne on 'Batman,'" by Jeanne Silverthorne; "Ground Up: Herbert Muschamp on Architecture," by Herbert Muschamp; "Environment: Molly Hankwitz on Ideal Cities," by Molly Hankwitz; "Like Art: Glenn O'Brien on Video Games," by Glenn O'Brien; "Remote Control: Barbara Kruger on Television," by Barbara Kruger; "Undertone: David Sternbach on Rap," by David Sternbach; "At First Light: A Glance at the Discovery and Early Years of Photography," by Amy Baker Sandback; "Parts and Parcels: Thomas Virnich," by Annelie Pohlen; "Cubist Hypochondria: On the Case of Picasso and Braque," by Donald Kuspit; "This is Only a Test: Chris Burden," by C. ... [details]

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Interview
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  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • loose leaves
  • black-and-white
  • 38.4 x 28.3 cm.
  • 54 pp.
  • edition size unknown

Interview

Vol. 7, No. 12

Robert Hayes, Andy Warhol, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Ron Wood, Earl McGrath, Victor Hugo, Bernardo Betolucci, Marina Schiano, Barbara Allen, Robin West, Catherine Guinness, James Hunt, Monique Van Vooren, Jessica Mitford, Serge Lutens, Robert Hayes, Barry Humphries, Tinkerbelle, Paul Bocuse, Maxime De La Falaise, Paige Rense, Suzie Frankfurt, Jasper Johns, Philip Smith, Andy Gibb, Victor Bockris, Glenn O'Brien, Bob Colacello, Peter Lester, Fran Lebowitz, Iman, Paul von Ravenstein, Arastein, Richard Bernstein, Robert Mapplethorpe, Bill Cunningham

Issue edited by Robert Hayes. Publisher: Andy Warhol. Interviews :"A Stones Tea," Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Ron Wood, and Earl McGrath interviewed by Andy Warhol with assistance from Catherine Guinness and Victor Hugo; "Sushi with Betoluci," Bernardo Betolucci interviewed by Andy Warhol, Marina Schiano, Barbara Allen, Robin West, Catherine Guinness, and Bob Colacello; "James Hunt: A Racy Chat with Monique Van Vooren," James Hunt interviewed by Monique Van Vooren; "Words with my Aunt : Jessica Mitford," Jessica Mitford interviewed by Catherine Guinness; "Behind the Masque of Serge Lutens," Serge Lutens interviewed by Robert Hayes; "Barry Humphries / Dame Edna : The Two Faces of Everage" Barry Humphries interviewed by Tinkerbelle; "Paul Bocuse," Paul Bocuse interviewed by Maxime De La Falaise; "Paige Rense digests Archictecture with Suzie Frankfurt," Paige Rense interviewd by Suzie Frankfurt; "Jasper Johns," Jasper Johns interviewed by Philip Smith; "Gibberish with Andy Gibb," Andy Gibb interviewed by Victor Bockris. ... [details]

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Topten
  • artists' book
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white
  • 26.5 x 26.6 cm.
  • 442 pp.
  • edition size 200
  • signed and unnumbered
  • ISBN 9780440153252

Topten

[SIGNED by JAMES HOFF]

James Hoff, David Adjaye, Vince Aletti, Pawel Althamer, Rae Armantrout, Art Club 2000, Jan Avgikos, Fia Bakström, Jack Bankowsky, Clive Bell, Daniel Birnbaum, Ian Birnie, Claire Bishop, Nayland Blake, Francesco Bonami, David Bordwell, Lizzi Bougatsos, Andrea Bowers, AA Bronson, Delia Brown, Louisa Buck, Richard Buckley, Kate Bush, David Byrne, Dan Cameron, Laura Cantrell, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Monsieur Chat, Lynne Cooke, Dennis Cooper, Christopher Cox, Arthur C. Danto, Diedrich Diederichsen, Trisha Donnelly, Sam Durant, Marcel Dzama, Dave Eggers, Okwui Enwezor, Roe Ethridge, Matias Faldbakken, Johanna Fateman, Wendy Fonarow, Forcefield, Iain Forsyth, Brendan Fowler, Thomas Frank, Anna Gaskell, Alison M. Gingeras, Thelma Golden, Ann Goldstein, Loren Goodman, Isabelle Graw, Rachel Greene, Boris Groys, Bruce Hainley, Peter Halley, Howard Hampton, Richard Hawkins, Martin Herbert, Dave Hickey, Matthew Higgs, J. Hoberman, Tom Holert, A.M. Homes, Julia House, Andrew Hultkrans, Susie Ibarra, Chrissie Iles, Gary Indiana, Jim Isermann, Darius James, Kent Jones, Ronald Jones, Isaac Julien, Miranda July, Charlie Kaufman, Matt Keegan, Mike Kelley, Christina Kelly, John Kelsey, Rita Kersting, Karen Kilimnik, Alison Knowles, Kode9, Wayne Koestenbaum, Barbara Kruger, Christina Kubisch, Friedrich Kunath, Marta Kuzma, Steve Lafreniere, Alix Lambert, Inez van Lamsweerde, Thomas Lawson, Pamela M. Lee, Lisa Liebmann, Arto Lindsay, Barbara London, Charles Long, Chip Lord, Guy Maddin, Christian Marclay, Matmos, Nick Mauss, Lucy McKenzie, Josephine Meckseper, James Meyer, Jason Middlebrook, Aleksandra Mir, Katy Moran, Jessica Morgan, Dave Muller, Christopher Münch, Marissa Nadler, Rosalind Nashashibi, Kori Newkirk, Bob Nickas, Philip Nobel, Linda Nochlin, Geoffrey O'Brien, Glenn O'Brien, Ken Okiishi, Paulina Olowska, Elizabeth Peyton, Richard Phillips, Paola Pivi, Peter Plagens, Olivia Plender, Jane Pollard, Stephen Prina, Rob Pruitt, James Quandt, Eileen Quinlan, Raqs Media Collective Ben Ratliff, Simon Reynolds, Daivd Rimanelli, David Rimanelli, David Rimanelli, David Robbins, Jonathan Romney, Kay Rosen, Robert Rosenblum, Marina Rosenfeld, Daniela Rossell, Neather Rowe, Ralph Rugoff, Mayer Rus, Lisa Ruyter, Tomas Saraceno, Elizabeth Schambelan, Paul Schimmel, Jim Shaw, Richard Shone, Choire Sicha, Katy Siegel, Amy Sillman, Laurie Simmons, Debra Singer, Guy Richards Smit, Susan Sontag, Carol Squiers, Frances Stark, Georgina Starr, Robert Storr, D. Strauss, Ali Subotnick, Amy Taubin, John Tremblay, Donald Urquhart, Jeffrey Vallance, Tom Vanderbilt, Banks Violette, Stephen Vitiello, Bruce Wagner, Hamza Walker, Kelley Walker, Alex Waterman, John Waters, Toby Webster, Olav Westphalen, T.J. Wilcox, Cathy Wilkes, Stephanie Zacharek

Artists' book edited by James Hoff -- a recompilation of Artforum magazine's monthly Top Ten column written by a rotating cast of artists, scholars, actors and other superstars from 1998 to 2008. Comprised of direct copies of the author's pages from the magazine coupled with black boxes representing the supporting images. ... [details]

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Artforum
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 26.5 x 26.7 cm.
  • 158 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Artforum

Vol. 26 No. 3 (November 1987)

Ingrid Sischy, Pier Luigi Tazzi, Anthony Korner, James Ivory, Ismail Merchant, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, Jeff Koons, Jole de Sanna, John Yau, Donald Kuspit, Kenneth Koch, Larry Rivers, Herbert Muschamp, Dan Cameron, J. Hoberman, Glenn O'Brien, Barbara Kruger, Jean Fisher, Kate Linker, Patricia C. Phillips, John Howell, Carlo McCormick, Charles Hagen, Ronny Cohen, Paula Marincola, Maureen Bloomfield, Buzz Spector, Ed Hill, Suzanne Bloom, Bill Berkson, Colin Gardner, Linda Frye Burnham, Susan Freudenheim, Richard Rhodes, Daniel Soutif, Max Wechsler, Ingrid Rein, Anne Krauter, Doris von Drateln, Paul Groot, Michael Archer

Issue edited by Ingrid Sischy. Essays "Not Utopia: Jan Vercruysse: The Present Unclosed," by Pier Luigi Tazzi; "Three's a Company: James Ivory, Ismail Merchant, and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala Talk Talkies," by Anthony Korner; "Baptism: A Project for Artforum," by Jeff Koons; "Renovating the New: The Art of Lucio Fontana," by Jole de Sanna; "Black and White Light: Getting Home in Charcoal and Pastel," by John Yau; "Artist Envy: The Art of Interpretation and its Interpretation of the Artist," by Donald Kuspit; "A Song to the Avant-Garde: 'Tadeusz Kantor and the Duck, Robert Wilson Riding Hood, Un Mélange de Styles,' and Six More Plays by Kenneth Koch Here Staged on the Page in a Project for Artforum by Larry Rivers"; Book Preview: The sounds of Silents. ... [details]

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Artforum
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 26.5 x 26.7 cm.
  • 166 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Artforum

Vol. 27, No. 1 (September 1988)

Ida Panicelli, Glenn O'Brien, Vera Dika, Melissa Harris, Carol Squiers, John Welchman, Max Wechsler, Bill Berkson, Max Kozloff, Claudia Hart, Siegfried Gohr, Maria Nadotti, Alessandra Mammi, Daniel Soutif, Luciana Rogozinsky, Pier Luigi Tazzi, Markus Lüpertz, Kirby Gookin, Donald Kuspit, Charles Hagen, John Yau, Carlo McCormick, Ronny Cohen, Christian Leigh, Jude Schwendenwien, John Miller, Patricia C. Phillips, Matthew A. Weinstein, Barbara Kruger, John Howell, Francine Koslow, Paula Marincola, Howard Risatti, Laurie Palmer, Buzz Spector, James Yood, Ed Hill, Suzanne Bloom, Kenneth Baker, Colin Gardner, Amy Gerstler, Benjamin Weissman, Robert Dean, Richard C. Ledes, Alexandre Melo, Gloria Moure, Anthony Iannacci, Jole de Sanna, Anne Krauter, Helmut Draxler, Jutta Koether, Norbert Messler, Martin Hentschel, Michael Tarantino, Paul Groot

Issue edited by Ida Panicelli. Essays "Like Art," Glenn O'Brien on Advertising; "The Cave," Vera Dika on Film; "Exits and Entrance," Melissa Harris on Dancing in the Streets; "Special Effects," Carol Squiers on the News and Its Pictures; "Here There & Otherwise," John Welchman on Elsewhere; "Books," Max Wechsler on Sigmar Polke - Zeichnungen 1963 - 1969; "In Living Chaos: Joan Mitchell," by Bill Berkson; "Koudelka's Theater of Exile," by Max Kozloff; "Signs of the Cross," by Claudia Hart; "Fautrier: Through Paint, Alone," by Siegfried Gohr; "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted," by Maria Nadotti; "Venezia 23: Unter den Linden," by Alessandra Mammi; "The Four-Corners Game," by Daniel Soutif; "Said the Spider to the Fly," by Luciana Rogozinsky; "Dear Harry. ... [details]

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Artforum
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 26.5 x 26.7 cm.
  • 164 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered
Artforum
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 26.5 x 26.7 cm.
  • 162 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Artforum

Vol. 27, No. 3 (November 1988)

Ida Panicelli, Andrew Solomon, John Welchman, Glenn O'Brien, Carol Squiers, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Colin Gardner, Judith Russi Kirshner, Francesco Pellizzi, Mark Holborn, Frederick Ted Castle, Leonel Moura, Douglas Huebler, Donald Kuspit, Charles Hagen, John Yau, Matthew A Weinstein, Christian Leigh, Jude Schwendenwien, Catherine Liu, Patricia C. Phillips, Dennis Cooper, John Miller, Ronny Cohen, C. Carr, Carlo McCormick, John Howell, Francine A. Koslow, Paula Marincola, Howard Risatti, Glenn Harper, Jayne Merkel, James Yood, Laurie Palmer, Charles Dee Mitchell, Jae Carlsson, Bill Berkson, Amy Gerstler, Benjamin Weissman, Richard Rhodes, Pier Luigi Tazzi, Anthony Iannacci, Max Wechsler, Helmut Draxler, Daniel Soutif, Noemi Smolik, Uli Bohnen, Wolfgang Max Faust, Michael Tarantino, Paul Groot

Issue edited by Ida Panicelli. Essays "What in the World," Andrew Solomon on the Art of Perestroika; "Here There & Otherwise," John Welchman on Elsewhere; "Like Art," Glenn O'Brien on Advertising; "Special Effects," Carol Squiers on the News and its Pictures; "Books," Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe on "Peter Halley: Collected Essays 1981 - 87"; "The World According to Douglas Huebler," by Colin Gardner; "The Benefit of Doubt or Loving Modernism to Death," by Judith Russi Kirshner; "Charon's Boat," by Francesco Pellizzi; "Image of a Second Skin," by Mark Holborn; "Miguel Angel Rios: Epics from the Earth," by Frederick Ted Castle; "A Gentle Guide," by Ida Panicelli, an Introduction to "Territory"; "Territory: A Project for Artforum," by Leonel Moura; "Face(t)s: Notes on Faciality," by John Welchman. ... [details]

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Artforum
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 26.5 x 26.7 cm.
  • 136 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered
objects: 43