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We Wanted a Revolution : Black Radical Women 1965-85, A Sourcebook
  • exhibition catalogue
  • softcover / other
  • offset-printed
  • sewn bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 26.7 x 20 cm.
  • 319 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered
  • ISBN 9780872731837

We Wanted a Revolution : Black Radical Women 1965-85, A Sourcebook

Catherine Morris, Rujeko Hockley, Connie H. Choi, Carmen Hermo, Stephanie Weissberg, Jeanne Siegel, Larry Neal, Jeff Donaldson, Kay Brown, Mary Ann Weathers, Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Margaret Sloan, Audre Lorde, Michele Wallace, Art Workers Coalition, John Dowell, Sam Gilliam, Daniel Johnson, Joe Overstreet, Melvin Edwards, Richard Hunt, William T. Williams, Flo Kennedy, Gerald Lefcourt, Robert Projansky, Lucy R. Lippard, Linda Goode Bryant, Janet Henry, Greg Tate, Craig Dennis Street, Tony Whitfield, Senga Nengudi, The Combahee River Collective, Lowery Stokes Sim P.H.D., Dawn Russell, Naeemah Shabazz, Lorraine O'Grady, Vivian E. Browne, Cynthia Carr, Michele Godwin, Hattie Gossett, Carole Gregory, Sue Heinemann, May Stevens, Cecilia Vicuña, Sylvia Witts Vitale, Emma Amos, Lorna Simpson, Ana Mendieta, Beverly Buchanan, Howardina Pindell, Gloria Anzaldúa, James Baldwin, bell hooks, Lisa Jones, Rodeo Caldonia, Anne Pasternak

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held at the Brooklyn Museum, New York, NY, April 21 - September 17, 2017. Traveled to California African American Museum, Los Angeles, CA, October 13, 2017 - January 14, 2018; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, February 17, 2018 - May 27, 2018; and The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, June 26, 2018 - September 30, 2018. ... [details]

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Artforum
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • staple bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 27 x 26.9 cm.
  • 118 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Artforum

Vol. 18, No. 6 (September 1980)

Ingrid Sischy, Ronny H. Cohen, Roland Penrose, Dominique Bozo, Conrad Atkinson, Barbara London, Lorraine Zippay, Nam June Paik, Kenneth Baker, Richard Serra, John Vinci, Hal Foster, J. Hoberman, Amy Taubin, Colin L. Westerbeck Jr., Tony Whitfield, Robert Broner, Shelley Rice, Nancy Princenthal, Joan Casademont, Jack Burnham, Susan Platt, Mary Stofflet, Stuart Morgan, Micky Piller, Jonathan Borofsky

Issue edited by Ingrid Sischy. Essays "Energism: An Attitude," by Ronny H. Cohen; "Picasso: The Surrealist Realist, Excerpts from a Coversation between Roland Penrose and Dominique Bozo"; "Passive Action/Active Passion," by Conrad Atkinson; "Independent Video: The First Fifteen Years," by Barbara London; "A Chronology of Video Activity in the United States: 1965-1980," by Barbara London with Lorraine Zippay; "Random Access Information," by Nam June Paik; "Breaking the Silence: The Spectator as Speaker," by Kenneth Baker; "St. ... [details]

New York, NY: Artforum,
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  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • staple bound
  • black-and-white
  • 20.5 x 26.5 cm.
  • 17 pp. & 39 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Flue

Double Issue : Sex, Performance, and The 80's / L.A. London Catalog / Vol. 2, No. 3

Franklin Furnace, The Flue, Martha Wilson, Linda Montano, Vanalyne Green, Linda Burnham, Micki McGee, Melvyn Freilicher, Barbara Baracks, Benita Adams, Stan Kaplan, Joan Giannecchini, Susan Mogul, George Sand, Richard Zigun, Cecilia Vicuna, Sandy De Sando, Barbara Quinn, Rose English, Rose Finn-Kelcey, Tina Keane, Sonia Knox, Hannah O'Shea, Sally Potter, Carlyle Reedy, Georgia Born, Lindsay Cooper, Feminist Art Workers, Cheri Gaulke, Leslie Labowitz, Linda Nishio, Martha Rosler, Nina Sobel, Nancy Buchanan, Barbara Smith, Susan Hiller, Suzanne Lacy, Tony Whitfield, Lisa Liebmann, Aria Natale Starus

Double / "flip" issue of the socio-political publication, The Flue, published by avant-garde arts organization, Franklin Furnace. "Franklin Furnace's mission is to present, preserve, interpret, proselytize and advocate on behalf of avant-garde art, especially forms that may be vulnerable due to institutional neglect, their ephemeral nature, or politically unpopular content. ... [details]

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