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Second Annual New York Festival of the Avant Garde [New York Avant Garde Festival]
  • ephemera
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 21.6 x 27.9 cm.
  • [2] pp. [folded in 4 to create 8 pages]
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Second Annual New York Festival of the Avant Garde [New York Avant Garde Festival]

Charlotte Moorman, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Allan Kaprow, James Tenney, Max Neuhaus, Alvin Lucier, Robert Delford Brown, Olga Kluver, Lette Eisenhauer, Robert Breer, Garry Harris, David Behrman, Marjorie Strider, Michael Kirby, Allen Ginsberg, Vincent Gaeta, Gloria Graves, Dick Higgins, Jackson Mac Low, Peter Leventhal, Mary Bauermeister, Matthew Raimondi, Malcolm Goldstein, Marilyn Reiley, Joseph Shor, Jacob Glick, Benjamin Patterson, Mary Barnette, Alice Kogan, Mary Kucier, Charles Morrow, Jame Lee, George Brecht, Joe Jones, Lorenzo Thomas, Nam June Paik, Frederic Rzewski, Philip Corner, Christian Wolff, Morton Feldman, Robert Moran, Stefan Wolpe, Lukas Foss, Bertram Baldwin, Terry Jennings, Earle Brown, John Cage, Guisseppe Chiari, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Richard Maxfield, Kaniharu Akiyama, Harvey Sollberger, Mario Davidovsky, Yannis Xenakis, Luciano Berio, Luc Ferrari, Robert Bayley, Philip Jameson, Gyorgy Ligeti, Henri Pousseur, Peter Moore, Gordon Mumma, George Cacioppo, Robert Ashley, Carl Spelbring, Bruce Wise, George Crevoshay, Carolee Schneemann, Rochelle Weinstein, Edgard Varese, Vincent Cavalli, Adrian Gnam, Ryo Hei Nakagawa, William Lewis, Fred Mills, Donald Stratton, John Bergamo, Edward Burnham, Raymond Desroches, Fred Eckler, Richard Fitz, Paul Price, Howard Zwickler

Program for the Second Annual New York Festival of the Avant Garde held at Judson Hall, New York, August 30 - September 13, 1964. Organized by N. Seaman and Charlotte Moorman. Performances and contributions by Charlotte Moorman, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Allan Kaprow, James Tenney, Max Neuhaus, Alvin Lucier, Robert Delford Brown, Olga Kluver, Lette Eisenhauer, Robert Breer, Garry Harris, David Behrman, Marjorie Strider, Michael Kirby, Allen Ginsberg, Vincent Gaeta, Gloria Graves, Dick Higgins, Jackson Mac Low, Peter Leventhal, Mary Bauermeister, Matthew Raimondi, Malcolm Goldstein, Marilyn Reiley, Joseph Shor, Jacob Glick, Benjamin Patterson, Mary Barnette, Alice Kogan, Mary Kucier, Charles Morrow, Jame Lee, George Brecht, Joe Jones, Lorenzo Thomas, Nam June Paik, Frederic Rzewski, Philip Corner, Christian Wolff, Morton Feldman, Robert Moran, Stefan Wolpe, Lukas Foss, Bertram Baldwin, Terry Jennings, Earle Brown, John Cage, Guisseppe Chiari, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Richard Maxfield, Kaniharu Akiyama, Harvey Sollberger, Mario Davidovsky, Yannis Xenakis, Luciano Berio, Luc Ferrari, Robert Bayley, Philip Jameson, Gyorgy Ligeti, Henri Pousseur, Peter Moore, Gordon Mumma, George Cacioppo, Robert Ashley, Carl Spelbring, Bruce Wise, George Crevoshay, Edgard Varese, Vincent Cavalli, Adrian Gnam, Ryo Hei Nakagawa, William Lewis, Fred Mills, Donald Stratton, John Bergamo, Edward Burnham, Raymond Desroches, Fred Eckler, Richard Fitz, Paul Price, and Howard Zwickler. ... [details]

$200.00
Condition:  Fair / Good. Folded in eight with light overall rubbing of pages and bumping of corners with 6 mm. loss to one lower corner.
[Object # 8248]
Performances
  • ephemera
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 27.8 x 10.8 cm.
  • [2] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Performances

Deborah Hay, John Perreault, Marjorie Strider, Hannah Weiner

Double sided postcard / announcement published in conjunction with performances by Deborah Hay, John Perreault, Marjorie Strider and Hannah Weiner held February 15, 1970. [details]

$125.00
Condition:  Fair. Hand addressed and mailed copy with folds to top corners and general mailing wear.
[Object # 23911]
Spring Gallery '69 Press Release
  • ephemera
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 27.8 x 21.5 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Spring Gallery '69 Press Release

Marjorie Strider, Tom Gormley, Hannah Weiner, Deborah Hay

Press release published in conjunction with "Spring Gallery '69" held at Paula Cooper Gallery, May 15, 16, and 17, 1969. Performances by Marjorie Strider, Tom Gormley, Hannah Weiner, and Deborah Hay. Performances included "Stagework" and "At a Distance" by Strider; "Preface" by Gormley; "Ping Pong" and "Hannah Weiner on the Telephone" by Weiner; and "20 Permutations of 2 Sets of 3 Equal Parts in a Linear Order 1969" by Hay. [details]

$125.00
Condition:  Good. Mailed copy with mailing marks and mailing wear, folded in three for mailing. Dates of performances are underlined in red marker and "info-wo-6-3419" written in ink in upper corner of recto. 1 cm. yellow stain to verso.
[Object # 25204]
Spring Gallery 68
  • ephemera
  • mimeograph
  • black-and-white
  • 21.6 35.5 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Spring Gallery 68

Bert Stern, Peter Williams, Tom Gormley, Charles Silver, Alex Hay, Edward Lonchiek, Hannah Weiner, Michael Kirby, Carter Ratcliff, Erich Rogers, John Neal, Tom Trengove, Dan Graham, Marjorie Strider, Simone Whitman, Robert Rauschenberg, Tony Holder, Julie Martin, Steve Paxton, Dorothea Rockburne, Dick Van Buren, Robert Breer, Max Neuhaus, Elaine Sturtevant, Loren Hollander, Christos Gianakos, Barbara Gormley, Leo Castelli

Single sided flyer announcing a series of concerts held at Bert Stern's Studio with support from Leo Castelli, New York City, May 25 - 28, 1968. Performances, artwork, including "Topsoil" by Alex Hay; "Nobody Knows the Trouble You've Seen" by Charles Silver and Edward Lonchike; "Code Poems" by Hannah Weiner with performances by Michael Kirby, Carter Ratcliff, Weiner, Erich Rogers, John Neal and assist of Tom Trengrove, Dan Graham and Marjorie Strider; "Song and Face Book" by Simone Whitman; "Linoleum" by Robert Rauschenberg featuring Tony Holder, Julie Martin, Steve Paxton, Rauschenberg, Dorothea Rockburne, Dick Van Buren, Simone Whitman with sculpture by Robert Breer and Maxfeeder by Max Neuhaus; "Duchamp Segment of Hans Richter's Dreams Money Can Buy" by Elaine Sturtevant with pianist Lorne Hollander; and "Hitch" by Tom Gormley" with Eldridge Cooke, Michael Kirby, Gormley and assist by Christos Gianakos and Barbara Gormley. [details]

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Survey
  • artists' book
  • wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • staple bound
  • black-and-white
  • 27.8 x 21.6 cm.
  • [9] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • signed and unnumbered

Survey

Ira Joel Haber, Hannah Weiner, Vito Acconci, Scott Burton, John McSpadden, Lil Picard, Abe Lubelski, Arakawa, Ron Liberman, Marjorie Strider, Lucy Lippard, Eduardo Costa, Rosemary Ceravolo, Steve Lawrence, Howard Stabin, Dan Graham, Sol LeWitt, Adrian Piper, Douglas Huebler, Seth Siegelaub, Stephan Kaltenbach, Les Levine, Terry Anderson, Aram Saroyan, Jack Anderson, Mel Bochner, Bernadette Mayer

Artist's project by Ira Joel Haber, artist and employee of Norbert J. Prager Associates, a company that dealt with mailed surveys. Haber asked 27 artists to check two sets of numbers "to share with them my immediate environment in some of its visual and process forms. ... [details]

New York, NY: Ira Joel Haber,
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Spring Gallery '69
  • ephemera
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 28 x 21.6 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Spring Gallery '69

Marjorie Strider, Tom Gormley, Hannah Weiner, Deborah Hay

Single sided program for "Spring Gallery '69" performances by Marjorie Strider, Tom Gormley, Hannah Weiner, and Deborah Hay. Performances included "Stagework" and "At a Distance" by Strider; "Preface" by Gormley; "Ping Pong" and "Hannah Weiner on the Telephone" by Weiner; "20 Permutations of 2 Sets of 3 Equal Parts in a Linear Order 1969" by Hay. [details]

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World Works
  • poster
  • offset-printed
  • monochrome
  • 40.5 x 25.6 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

World Works

Hannah Weiner, Marjorie Strider, John Perreault

Single sided poster published in conjunction with happening / performance, "World Works," held March 21, 1970. "Artists & people everywhere are invited to do a street work in the street of their choice. ... [details]

New York, NY: n.p.,
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$175.00
Condition:  Very Good / Fine. Unmailed copy. Folded in three as issued. Bright and clean as issued.
[Object # 24262]
$150.00
Condition:  Very Good. Unmailed copy. Folded in twelve. Light bumping of corners and edges, otherwise clean and unmarked.
[Object # 25216]
World Works
  • ephemera
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 27.8 x 21.6 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

World Works

Marjorie Strider, Hannah Weiner, John Perreault

Press release for World Works (Street Works VI) a project where artists from all over the world were invited to make a "street work" in any street on March 21, 1970, at Noon. Organized by Marjorie Strider, John Perreault, and Hannah Weiner as a continuation of their "Street Works" project, documentation of the street works was solicited from participants to be part of a book to be published called "Book Works," claiming to potentially be the very first successful global art work. [details]

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1st International Girlie Exhibit
  • poster
  • offset-printed
  • monochrome
  • 43 x 34.4 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

1st International Girlie Exhibit

Rosalyn Drexler, Al Hansen, Herb Hazelton, Ben Johnson, Gerald Laing, Roy Lichtenstein, Mel Ramos, Marjorie Strider, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann

Exhibition poster published in conjunction with show held at Pace Gallery, New York, January 7 - 25, 1964. Traveled to Pace Gallery, Boston, February 16 - March 11, 1964. Artists included Rosalyn Drexler, Al Hansen, Herb Hazelton, Ben Johnson, Gerald Laing, Roy Lichtenstein, Mel Ramos, Marjorie Strider, Andy Warhol, and Tom Wesselmann. [details]

New York, NY: Pace Gallery,
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Anonymous Was A Woman : A Documentation of the Women's Art Festival, A Collection of Letters to Young Women Artists
  • artists' book
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white
  • 21.5 x 14.5 cm.
  • 137 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Anonymous Was A Woman : A Documentation of the Women's Art Festival, A Collection of Letters to Young Women Artists

Feminist Art Program, Miriam Schapiro, Sherry Brody, Molly Rhodes, Lelia Amalfitano, Sherry Brody, Linda Burnham, Sue Camitta, Amy deNeergaard, Ida Foreman, Rikki Frankenstein, Cynthia Genn, Jill Giegerich, Melissa Lettick, Connie Marsh, Robin Mitchell, Victoria Nodiff, Stephanie Robertson, Rena Small, Natasha Shulman, Vicki Yale, Teri Yarbrow, Katya Biesanz, Peggy Burgess, Kathy Ferree, Sally Ann Gutermuth, Jennifer Hubbert, Joy Kellman, Mary Ann Kellogg, Tisha Ladzekpo, Janet Lott, Yoko Matsuda, Carla Minfler, Adrienne Scott Mirvis, Deborah Quinn, Ruth Rainer, Priscilla Regaldo, Liz Rosner, Ann Shannon, Donna Sonnenburg, Jana Steel, Pam Trippel, Helen Whelchel, Arlinda Wicks, Emily Wong, Martha Yoshida, Lisze Bechtold, Joyce Borenstein, Georgia Patterson, Lisa Rose, Kathy Rose, Barbara Stutting, Sherry Wheeler, Diana Krummings, Jane Kirkwood, Arlinda Wicks, Lydia Ayers, Janet Danielson, Nat Dean, Julie Green, Jan Greenwald, Catherine Headly, Linny Kammer, Kathy Knoff, Donna Metz, Alice Maupin, Georgia Mohammar, Sister Agnes Mysenburg, Stephanie Nelson, Marsha Pobanz, Aviva Rahmani, Ruth Rainer, Liz Rosner, Anna Rubin, Jana Steel, Marsha Taylor, Patricia Welsh, Kimball Wheeler, Marcia Williams, Merrilee Walbrun, Emily Wong, Devorah Cutler, Jane Freedan, Roberta Friedman, Jan Oxenberg, Helen Whelchel, Jan Wesley, Kathy Rose, Womansong, Megan Anderson, Liza Braude, Randall Edwards, Debbora Gilyard, Christine Holmes, Franzine Lembi, Karen McLaughlin, Cathy Berne Scott, Ann Shannon, Doree Sitterly, Liza Braude, Jan Greenwald, Carey Lovelace, Lila Garnett, Julie Guibord, Vaughn Rachel Kaprow, Joan Burnham Kayne, Bee Ottinger, Elaine Mason Winkey, Pat Adams, Daisy Aldan, Eleanor Antin, Dore Ashton, Alice Baber, Lynda Benglis, Besmilr Brigham, Joan Brown, Rhys Caparn, Vija Celmins, Judy Chicago, Sheila deBretteville, Madeline Defrees, Carol Duncan, Martha Edelheit, Perle Fine, Siv Cedering Fox, Dextra Frankel, Hermine Freed, Jane Freilicher, Barbara Guest, Carol Haerer, Anne Coffin Hanson, Ann Sutherland Harris, Grace Hartigan, Ida Horowitz, Josine Ianco-Starrels, Colette Inez, Ruth Iskin, Jessica Jacobs, Vaughan Rachel Kaprow, Gere Kavanaugh, Joyce Kozloff, Lee Krasner, Maxine Kumin, Fay Lansner, Joanne Leonard, Bella Lewitzky, Lucy Lippard, Jane Livingston, Sylvia Mangold, Beatrice Manley, Agnes Martin, Deena Metzger, Ursula Meyer, Josephine Miles, Cindy Nemser, Linda Nochlin, Pauline Oliveros, Rochelle Owens, Arlene Raven, Deborah Remington, Jeanne Reynal, Betye Saar, Carolee Schneemann, Jacqueline Skiles, Sylvia Sleigh, Barbara T. Smith, Clare Spark-Loeb, Pat Steir, May Stevens, Marjorie V. Strider, Michelle Stuart, Deborah Sussman, Marcia Tucker, Ellen Van Fleet, Lydia Modi Vitale, June Wayne, Hannah Wilke, Barbara Zucker

Exhibition catalogue and series of letters to young women artists published in conjunction with the Feminist Art Festival at the California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, 1974. Edited by Miriam Schapiro, Sherry Brody, Molly Rhodes, and Lelia Amalfitano. ... [details]

$95.00
Condition:  Used
objects: 31