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Anthology Video Program : Winter 1986
  • ephemera
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 35.5 x 21.5 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Anthology Video Program : Winter 1986

Shigeko Kubota, Kirk von Heflin, Mark Brady, Paul Lamarre, Richard Layzell, Tony Cokes, Laura Kipnis, Diana Formisand, Miles Green, Joan Grossman, Francis Lackey, David Lyons, Paul Sandresky, The Space Program, Richard Rosenbaum, Ann-Sargent Wooster, Stephen Meyer, Steve Fagin, Julie Harrison, Robert Kleyn, Lyn Hershman, Louis Hock, Jill Kroesen, Connie Coleman, Alan Powell, Mark Magill

Flyer published by Anthology Film Archives Video Program to promote screenings held at Millenium Film Workshop in the Winter of 1986. Screenings by Shigeko Kubota, Kirk von Heflin, Mark Brady, Paul Lamarre, Richard Layzell, Tony Cokes, Laura Kipnis, Diana Formisand, Miles Green, Joan Grossman, Francis Lackey, David Lyons, Paul Sandresky, The Space Program, Richard Rosenbaum, Ann-Sargent Wooster, Stephen Meyer, Steve Fagin, Julie Harrison, Robert Kleyn, Lyn Hershman, Louis Hock, Jill Kroesen, Connie Coleman, Alan Powell and Mark Magill. [details]

$175.00
Condition:  Good. Folded in four with moderate handling and edge-wear including a 2.4 cm. dog-ear with 4 cm. crease to bottom left corner, 1 cm. dog-ear to top right corner and 1 cm. tear to top edge of page. Yellow discoloration of page. THIS COPY INSCRIBED AND SIGNED IN GREEN AND RED INK BY SHIGEKO KUBOTA.
[Object # 37632]
Joan Jonas : Double Lunar Dogs / New York Premiere
  • ephemera
  • offset-printed
  • loose leaves
  • black-and-white
  • 35.5 x 21.6 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Joan Jonas : Double Lunar Dogs / New York Premiere

Joan Jonas, Mary Heilmann, Spalding Gray, Simone Forti, Jill Kroesen, David Warrilow, Mayra Levy, Todd Betterley, Brina Gehry, Daniel Minahan, Andrea Callard, Dan Moran, Richard Teitelbaum, Barney Bailey, Michael Riesman, Scott Breindel, Richard Lloyd, Gitta Gisell, Michael Oblowitz, Joan Jonas, Dede Halleck, Christophe Landzenberg, William Farley, Marion Cajori

Flyer / program for the New York premiere of Joan Jonas's "Double Lunar Dogs," held at the Performing Garage, New York City, [December 9 - 13 and 16 - 20, 1984]. Written and directed by Joan Jonas, inspired by "Universe" by Robert Heinlein. ... [details]

$125.00
Condition:  Fair / Good. Significant handling wear. Folded in twelve, with rubbing along fold lines. Bumping of corners and edges with a 1.4 cm. dog-ear to bottom left corner and a 6.1 cm. dog-ear to upper left corner. 8 mm. and 5 mm. tear to left side edge of page and 1 mm. tear to right side edge.
[Object # 37105]
80 Langton Street Documentation : Catalog for Presentations from May 1981 through April 1982
  • exhibition catalogue
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • other special feature[s]
  • black-and-white
  • 21.5 x 13.9 cm.
  • 107 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

80 Langton Street Documentation : Catalog for Presentations from May 1981 through April 1982

Jon Appleton, Tom Chapman, Tony Labat, Dan Ake, Richard Simmons, Ruth Wallen, Colin Lee, Bob Bates, Jim Hobart, Tom Jenkins, Daniel Schmidt, Yoshimasa Wada, Richard Waters, Bob Wilhite, Doug Hollis, Fredric Jameson, Mary Pratt, David Plotke, Jonathan Albert, Ted Berrigan, Paul Forte, Jerome Rothenberg, Peter Gordon, Anna Valentina Murch, Kathy Acker, Lyn Hejinian, Esmerelda, Mark Pauline, Doug Hall, Tom Johnson, Magdalen Pierrakos, Jim Pomeroy, Jo Harvey Allen, Carlos Hernandez, Tom Hatch, Tony May, Ed Tannenbaum, Max Almy, Gene Tyranny, Bob Griffin, Glen Moriwaki, Peggy Simon, Fashion Moda, Kat Fitzgerald, John Sanborn, Jan Heyneker , Glen Scantlebury, Jana Haimsohn, Mal Waldron, Joan La Barbara, Diamanda Galas, Ed Friedman, Jim Hirschfield, John Driscoll, Jill Scott, Kurt Kaiser, Barry Nelson, Ted Greenwald, Malcolm Goldstein, Paul Dresher, Bruce Chao, Bob Cobbing, P.C. Fencott, Philip Loarie, Maggi Payne, Robert Yarber, Richard Posner, Dan Graham, Jill Kroesen

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held May 1981 - April 1982. Artists include Jon Appleton, Tom Chapman, Tony Labat, Dan Ake, Richard Simmons, Ruth Wallen, Colin Lee, Bob Bates, Jim Hobart, Tom Jenkins, Daniel Schmidt, Yoshimasa Wada, Richard Waters, Bob Wilhite, Doug Hollis, Fredric Jameson, Mary Pratt, David Plotke, Jonathan Albert, Ted Berrigan, Paul Forte, Jerome Rothenberg, Peter Gordon, Anna Valentina Murch, Kathy Acker, Lyn Hejinian, Esmerelda, Mark Pauline, Doug Hall, Tom Johnson, Magdalen Pierrakos, Jim Pomeroy, Jo Harvey Allen, Carlos Hernandez, Tom Hatch, Tony May, Ed Tannenbaum, Max Almy, Gene Tyranny, Bob Griffin, Glen Moriwaki, Peggy Simon, Fashion Moda, Kat Fitzgerald, John Sanborn, Jan Heyneker , Glen Scantlebury, Jana Haimsohn, Mal Waldron, Joan La Barbara, Diamanda Galas, Ed Friedman, Jim Hirschfield, John Driscoll, Jill Scott, Kurt Kaiser, Barry Nelson, Ted Greenwald, Malcolm Goldstein, Paul Dresher, Bruce Chao, Bob Cobbing, P. ... [details]

San Francisco, CA: 80 Langton,
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Ear Magazine
  • periodical
  • folded broadsheet
  • offset-printed
  • loose leaves
  • black-and-white
  • 42 x 29 cm.
  • 10 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Ear Magazine

Vol. 2, No. 1 (February & March 1976)

Gleen, Dick Higgins, Hannah Weiner, Anna Lockwood, Bonnie Mara Barnett, Wendy Greenberg, Elaine Hartnett, Amy Miller Levine, Margret Fisher, Barbara Benary, Jill Kroesen, Phil Harmonic, Alison Knowles, Graham Weinbren, Beth Anderson, Marj Anderson, Shigeko Kubota, Betsy Davids

Magazine of New Music. Essays: "Leather Jacket Vaudeville," by Dick Higgins; "Untitled," by Betsy Davids; "Sun," by Hannah Weiner; "Consulting Musician," by Anna Lockwood; "Vocal Flow," by Bonnie Mara Barnett; "Preamble For Elayne," by Amy Miller Levine; "Margret Fisher's New Project," by Margret Fisher; "Five Traditions of Art History, an Essay," by Dick Higgins; "Sale #5 : Crock," by Barbara Benary; "Political Music," by Jill Kroesen; "Art and Romace / Romance and Art," by Phil Harmonic; "Monkey Shines," by Alison Knowles; "Music In The Sun," by Grahame Weinbren; "If I Were A Poet," by Beth Anderson; "Performance Piece for Eleanor Antin," by Alison Knowles; "Cornbread Recipe," by Marj Anderson; "Video Girls and Video Songs for Navajo Sky," by Shigeko Kubota. [details]

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The New York Spanner
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white
  • 27.8 x 21.2 cm.
  • 74 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered
  • ISBN 0934462011X

The New York Spanner

Dick Miller, Terise Slotkin, Robert Smith, Tom Otterness, Beth B, Scott B, Maggie Dubris, Max Blagg, Beriah Wall, Larry Livolsi, Gail Lineback, Terry Fox, Romaine Perin, Kiki Smith, Cara Pearlman, Irvin Tepper, Scott Johnson, Robert Biggs, Stephen Miller, Julia Heyward, Diego Cortez, Jill Kroesen

Issue edited by Dick Miller and Terise Slotkin. Contributions by Dick Miller, Terise Slotkin, Robert Smith, Tom Otterness, Beth B, Scott B, Maggie Dubris, Max Blagg, Beriah Wall, Larry Livolsi, Gail Lineback, Terry Fox, Romaine Perin, Kiki Smith, Cara Pearlman, Irvin Tepper, Scott Johnson, Robert Biggs, Stephen Miller, Julia Heyward, Diego Cortez, and Jill Kroesen. ... [details]

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