"With Do It in hand, you will be able to make a work of (someone else's) art yourself. Since 1993 Do It has provided its public with how-to pages of instructions written by 168 of the most important artists and writers working today. ... [details]
"This remarkably detailed and thoroughly illustrated book is an absolutely essential reference to the work and thought of the American artist Dan Graham. As both an artist and a theoretician and critic of art and architecture, Graham's work in the media of video, installation and sculpture rigorously explore the artistic ramifications of human imposition on the natural and built environment, often situating itself at the intersection of art and architecture. ... [details]
Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held May 12 - June 12, 1998. Includes writing by the artist, essays by Alexander Alberro,Friedrich Wolfram Heubach, Brian Hatton, Mark Francis, Gloria Moure, Christine van Assche and Adachiara Zevi. ... [details]
Exhibition catalogue / quasi catalogue raisonné published in conjunction with show held at Deichtorhallen Hamburg, September 2 - October 30, 1994. Texts by Zdenek Felix, Stefan Germer, Claus Pias and Katerina Vatsella Documents, in depth, multiples produced by Editionen MAT, Richard Artschwager, Joseph Beuys, Claes Oldenburg, as well as multiples by Arman, John M. ... [details]
"'Individuals' records in text and illustrations some of the significant work being created today by America's avant-garde artists." -- from book's back cover. Edited with an introduction by Alan Sondheim with text and artwork by Walter Abish, Vito Acconci, Laurie Anderson, David Askevold, Alice Aycock, Robert Horvitz, Nancy Wilson Kitchel, Alvin Lucier, Bernadette Mayer, Rosemary Mayer, Mike Metz, Ree Morton, Dennis Oppenheim, Adrian Piper, and Charles Simonds. ... [details]
A collaborative magazine of the unpublished and unpublishable -- selected and printed by the contributors ... Assembling has been a response to a sense of crisis in literary communication and a related distrust of conventional editorial authority . ... [details]
A collaborative magazine of the unpublished and unpublishable -- selected and printed by the contributors.
"It becomes increasingly clear that avant-garde writing is died in America, not because such work is no longer written -- quite the contrary is true -- or none is read -- again untrue -- but because it so rarely slips into established channels of print. ... [details]