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Andy Warhol Et. Al. : The FBI File on Andy Warhol
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  • 57 pp.
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Andy Warhol Et. Al. : The FBI File on Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol, Margia Kramer

"'Andy Warhol et. al., The FBI File on Andy Warhol' reveals [the] FBI attempts to censor Warhol's work from 1968 to 1977. It contains the complete FBI file form Washington, D.C. headquarters -- in facsimile -- and an introduction by Margia Kramer which analyzes the file in relation to the censorship of films and art. ... [details]

New York, NY: UnSub Press,
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Surveillance : An Exhibition of Video, Photography, Installations
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  • 28 x 21.5 cm.
  • 55 pp.
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  • ISBN 0937335029

Surveillance : An Exhibition of Video, Photography, Installations

Branda Miller, Deborah Irmas, Gary T. Marx, Margia Kramer, Richard Prelinger, Martha Rosler

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held February 27 - April 12, 1987. Text by Branda Miller, Deborah Irmas, Gary T. Marx, Margia Kramer, Richard Prelinger, and Martha Rosler. Artists in the exhibition are John Baldessari, Nancy Buchanan, Elsa Cayo, Bruce Charlesworth, Peter D'Agostino, Dieter Froese, Louis Hock, Michael Klier, Gary Lloyd, Margia Kramer, Chip Lord, Richen Lowenberg, Heiner Mühlenbrock, Noriaki Nakagawa, Ocean Earth, Pacific Street Films, Paper Tiger TV, Aron Ranen, Carol Rainey, Steven Alexander Feldman, Sam Samore, Paul Ryan, Michael Shamberg, Julia Scher, Jake Seniuk, Michael Smith, and Lewis Stein. ... [details]

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UPFRONT : A Publication of PADD (Political Art Documentation and Distribution)
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  • 27.6 x 21.2 cm.
  • 83 pp.
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UPFRONT : A Publication of PADD (Political Art Documentation and Distribution)

No. 12/13 (Winter 1986-87)

Charles Frederick, Margia Kramer, Lucy R. Lippard, Anne Meiman, Herb Perr, Charles Frederick, William Olander, Margia Kramer, Professor Louie, David Cale, Charles Dennis, Mimi Goese, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Charles Dennis, Irish Media Image Group, William "Charlie" Chin, Tina Shepard, Diane Torr, The Sleazebuckets, Rachael Romero

Periodical on political art. Edited by Charles Frederick, Margia Kramer, Lucy R. Lippard, Anne Meiman, and Herb Perr. Essays "Editorial"; "Why I Prefer Rhinestones to Diamonds," by Charles Frederick; "Cultural Activism: A National Enquiry"; "Which Brand is For You?" by William Olander; "Concrete Crisis: Poster Exhibition Supplement"; "Cracking the Concrete: Interventionist Posters," by Margia Kramer; "Exhibition Posters"; "The Padd Archive: Filing for Social Change"; "Anniversary Celebration"; by Professor Louie; "Alive and Kicking," David Cale, Charles Dennis, Mimi Goese, and Ishmael Houston-Jones interviewed by Charles Dennis; "Between the Green Curtain," by Irish Media Image Group; "Eight Pound Livelihood," by William "Charlie" Chin; "Sanctuary," by Tina Shepard, Diane Torr, and The Sleazebuckets; International News"; "PADD Activities. ... [details]

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UPFRONT : A Publication of PADD (Political Art Documentation and Distribution), Special Exhibition Supplement : Concrete Crisis, Urban Images of the '80s
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  • 46 pp.
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UPFRONT : A Publication of PADD (Political Art Documentation and Distribution), Special Exhibition Supplement : Concrete Crisis, Urban Images of the '80s

(Winter 1986-87)

Tom Halsall, Karin Batten, Joel Cohen, Tim Hillis, Jerry Kearns, Rae Langsten, Lucy R. Lippard, Alfred Martinez, William C. Maxwell, Anne Meiman, Herb Perr, Janet Vicario, Irving Wexler, Vito Acconci, Tomie Arai, Rudolf Baranik, Aleta Bass, Malcolm Eliot Ryder, Olivia Beens, Willie Birch, Lauri Bretthauer, Phyllis Bulkin, Marguerite Bunyan, Carole Byard, Fay Chiang, Keith Christensen, Eva Cockcroft, Sue Coe, Michael Corris, Maria Dominguez, Jeff Dreiblatt, Charles Frederick, Wayne Rottman, Laura Elkins, Tom Finkelpearl, Antonio Frasconi, Aki Fujiyoshi, Peter Gourfain, Marina Gutierrez, Edgar Heap of Birds, Gale Jackson, Noah Jemison, Jamillah Jennings, Sabrina Jones, Cliff Joseph, Janet Koenig, Margia Kramer, E. Salem Krieger, Elizabeth Kulas, Ross Lewis, Robert Longo, Thelma Zoe Mathias, Gina Marie Terranova, Dona Ann McAdams, Betsy McLindon, Brad Melamed, Joseph Nechvatal, Vernita Nemec, Quimetta Perle, Kristin Reed, Pedro Pietri, David Reynolds, Don Rock, Rachael Romero, Greg Velez, Vincent Salas, Juan Sanchez, Jeff Schlesinger, Ilse Schreiber, Greg Sholette, George "Geo" Smith, Mimi Smith, Stephen Soreff, Nancy Spero, Leon Golub, Anita Steckel, May Stevens, Nancy Sullivan, Seth Tobocman, Chuck Sperry, Yolanda Ward, Julius Valiunas, Anton van Dalen, Tom Wachunas, Richard Ray Whitman

Special UPFRONT annotated exhibition supplement. Published in conjunction with show organized by PADD and held at Exit Art, New York, February 19 - March 21, 1986. Introduction by Margia Kramer. Exhibition committee includes Tom Halsall, Karin Batten, Joel Cohen, Tim Hillis, Jerry Kearns, Rae Langsten, Lucy R. ... [details]

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UPFRONT : A Publication of PADD (Political Art Documentation and Distribution)
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  • black-and-white
  • 27.6 x 21.2 cm.
  • 11 pp.
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UPFRONT : A Publication of PADD (Political Art Documentation and Distribution)

No. 4 (February/March 1982)

Miriam Borofsky, Margia Kramer, Elizabeth Kulas, Herb Perr, Anne Pitrone, Irving Wexler, Jody Wright, Doug Kahn, Arlene Goldbard, Jane Thurmond, Mary-Linn Hughes, Janet Kaplan

Periodical on political art. Edited by Miriam Borofsky, Margia Kramer, Elizabeth Kulas, Herb Perr, Anne Pitrone, Irving Wexler, and Jody Wright. Essays "The Art Squad," by Janet Kaplan; "L.A.P.A.D. The First Six Months or The Triumphs and Trials of Organizing in a Town Where Everyone Lives 45 Minutes Apart," by Mary-Linn Hughes and Jane Thurmond; NAPNOC: The Neighborhood Arts Program National Organizing Committee," by Arlene Goldbard; "X-Change: Seattle Art & Politics," by Doug Kahn. ... [details]

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Wedge : An Aesthetic Inquiry
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  • 25.5 x 21 cm.
  • 71 pp.
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Wedge : An Aesthetic Inquiry

Number 1 (Summer 1982)

Brian Wallis, Phil Mariani, Art Papier, Jonathan Crary, Kathy Acker, Guerrilla Art Action Group, Jean Toche, Jon Hendricks, Margia Kramer, Jenny Holzer, Schuldt, Robert Stam, Paul McMahon, Nancy Chunn, Oyvind Fahlstrom, Robert Longo, Joseph Beuys, Jean-Marie Straub, Daniele Huillet

Summer 1982 issue of Wedge magazine. Edited by Brian Wallis and Phil Mariani. Essays " "Put me on this train!" An interview with Joseph Beuys," by Art Papier; "The Enigma and Melancholy of Nostalgia," by Jonathan Crary; "Time," by Kathy Acker; "License Action (January 17-18, 1981) Who, me? I don't know nothing. ... [details]

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112 Workshop, 112 Greene Street : History, Artists & Artworks
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  • black-and-white
  • 26.5 x 25.5 cm.
  • 385 pp.
  • edition size 1000
  • unsigned and unnumbered
  • ISBN 0814710379

112 Workshop, 112 Greene Street : History, Artists & Artworks

Robyn Brentano, Mark Savitt, Vito Acconci, Mac Adams, Eric Appel, Jackie Apple, Alice Aycock, Michael Balog, Jared Bark, Kirsten Bates, Leo Bates, Arlyne Bayer, Bill Beirne, Terry Berkowitz, Carmen Beuchat, Tom Bill, Louise Bourgeois, Gary Bower, Robyn Brentano, Richard F. Murray Brintzenhofe, Jacob Burckhardt, James F.L. Carroll, Rosemarie Castoro, Helen De Mott, Agnes Denes, Charles Dennis, David Deutsch, Juan Downey, Jean Dupuy, Joseph Egan, Carol Engelson, Ralston Farina, Joel Fisher, Dieter Froese, Terry Fugate-Wilcox, John Geldersma, Dina Ghen, Carol Lee [Terry] Gips, Tina Girouard, Sharon Gold, Jane Greengold, Colin Greenly, Jane Greer, Donald Gummer, Jan Hafstrom, Harmony Hammond, Robert Harding, Suzanne Harris, Richard Haynes, Don Hazlitt, Mary Heilmann, Jane Highstein, Gerard Hovagimyan, Glenda Hydler, Patrick Ireland, Robert Janz, John Jesurun, Joan Jonas, Gloria Klein, David Knoebel, Margia Kramer, Michael Krugman, Aaron Kurzen, Eliot Lable, Fred Lambert, Dean Nichols, Richard Landry, Stephen Laub, Douglas Leichter, Joanne Leonard, Jeffery Lew, Nancy Lewis, Janice Loeb, Alfred Martinez, Tony Mascatello, Ana Mendieta, Larry Miller, Richard Basil Mock, Alec Nicolescu, Stanley Nisimura, Paulo Nobre, Richard Nonas, Minda Novek, Chandra Oppenheim, Dennis Oppenheim, Beverly Owen, Charlemagne Palestine, Carol Parker, Richard E. Peck Jr., Jody Pinto, Charles Rehwinkel, Angels Ribe, Susan Rothenberg, Pierre Ruiz, Jonathan Santlofer, Alan Daniel Saret, Toshio Sasaki, Italo Scanga, Carolee Schneemann, Peter Schumann, Arden Scott, Karen Shaw, Mimi Smith, Ned Smyth, Alan Sonfist, Keith Sonnier, Todd Stone, Marjorie Strider, Hisachika Takahashi, Fernando Torm, Francesc Torres, Richard van Buren, Ted Victoria, William Wegman, Susan Weil, Martha Wilson, Hunter Yoder, Zadik Zadikian, Batya Zamir, Richard Zelens, Barbara Zucker, Terry Fugate-Wilcox, Toshio Sasaki

Documents exhibitions from the first eight years of the New York alternative art space 112 Workshop. Entries are organized in chronological order, with textual information on the artists involved in each exhibition, as well as full page reproductions of works shown. ... [details]

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  • artists' book
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  • black-and-white
  • 28 x 21 cm.
  • 39 pp.
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Jean Seberg / The FBI / The Media

Jean Seberg, Margia Kramer

"This handbook is a guide to jean Seberg by Margia Kramer, a documentary video installation at the Museum o Modern Art, New York, from September 19 - October 29, 1981. It consists of suspended photo-text panels and videotapes. ... [details]

New York, NY: Margia Kramer,
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  • 15.5 x 10.3 cm.
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Margia Kramer, Jennifer Bartlett, Ericka Beckman, Nancy Holt, Dennis Kardon, Marilyn Lenkowsky, Willy Lenski, Barry Le Va, Paula Longendyke, Gordon Matta-Clark, Elizabeth Murray, Richard Nonas, Judy Pfaff, Lucio Pozzi, David Rabinowitch, Yvonne Rainer, Judy Rifka, Richard Serra, Joel Shapiro, Charles Simonds, Richard Tuttle

Single sided announcement card published in conjunction with show organized by Margia Kramer held February 14 -24, 1976. Show included works by Kramer, Jennifer Bartlett, , Ericka Beckman, Nancy Holt, Dennis Kardon, Marilyn Lenkowsky, Willy Lenski, Barry Le Va, Paula Longendyke, Gordon Matta-Clark, Elizabeth Murray, Richard Nonas, Judy Pfaff, Lucio Pozzi, David Rabinowitch, Yvonne Rainer, Judy Rifka, Richard Serra, Joel Shapiro, Charles Simonds, and Richard Tuttle. [details]

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