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11 Los Angeles Artists
  • exhibition catalogue
  • illustrated wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • sewn bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 29.7 x 21 cm.
  • [unpaginated]
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

11 Los Angeles Artists

Maurice Tuchman, Jane Livingston, John Altoon, Larry Bell, Richard Diebenkorn, Newton Harrison, Maxwell Hendler, Robert Irwin, John McLaughlin, Bruce Nauman, Kenneth Price, Edward Ruscha, William Wegman

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held at Hayward Gallery, London, September 30 - November 7, 1971. Curated and with an essay by Maurice Tuchman and Jane Livingston. Artists include John Altoon, Larry Bell, Richard Diebenkorn, Newton Harrison, Maxwell Hendler, Robert Irwin, John McLaughlin, Bruce Nauman, Kenneth Price, Edward Ruscha, and William Wegman Includes exhibition checklist, a bibliography compiled by Gail R. ... [details]

$35.00
Condition:  Good. Overall soiling of covers, 5 cm. crease along bottom edge of recto, bumping of upper and lower right corners, and three wrap around surface tears to spine edge. Contents clean and unmarked.
[Object # 36110]
American Sculpture of the Sixties
  • exhibition catalogue
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 27.7 x 21.5 cm.
  • 258 pp.
  • edition size 36500
  • unsigned and unnumbered

American Sculpture of the Sixties

Maurice Tuchman, Lawrence Alloway, Wayne V. Andersen, Dore Ashton, John Coplans, Clement Greenberg, Max Kozloff, Lucy R. Lippard, James Monte, Barbara Rose, Irving Sandler, Arlo Acton, Peter Agostini, Carl Andre, Stephen Antonakos, Larry Bell, Fletcher Benton, Tony Berlant, Ronald Bladen, Alexander Calder, Anthony Caro, John Chamberlain, Chryssa, Bruce Conner, Joseph Cornell, Tony DeLap, Walter de Maria, Jose de Rivera, Mark di Suvero, Tom Doyle, Dan Flavin, Peter Forakis, William R. Geis III, Judy Gerowitz, David Gray, Robert Grosvenor, Lloyd Hamrol, Paul Harris, Duayne Hatchett, Robert A. Howard, Robert Hudson, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Edward Kienholz, Frederick J. Kiesler, Lyman Kipp, Gabriel Kohn, Gary Kuehn, Sol LeWitt, Alexander Liberman, Alvin Light, Len Lye, John McCracken, Marisol, John Mason, Charles Mattox, Robert Morris, Robert Murray, Reuben Nakian, Bruce Nauman, Louise Nevelson, Isamu Noguchi, Claes Oldenburg, Harold Persico Paris, Kenneth Price, Richard Randell, Robert Rauschenburg, George Rickey, Lucas Samaras, George Segal, David Smith, Tony Smith, Robert Smithson, Kenneth Snelson, Robert Stevenson, George Sugarman, Michael Todd, Ernest Trova, Anne Truitt, DeWain Valentine, Vasa, Stephan Von Huene, David Von Schlegall, Peter Voulkos, David Weinrib, H.C. Westermann, William T. Wiley, Norman Zammitt Wilfrid Zogbaum.

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, April 28 - June 25, 1967; and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, September 15 - October 29, 1967. Text by Maurice Tuchman, Lawrence Alloway, Wayne V. ... [details]

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Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art
  • exhibition catalogue
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • sewn bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 25.3 x 22.8 cm.
  • 144 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered
  • ISBN 9781933619385
Unlearning
  • ephemera
  • photocopy / xeroxed
  • black-and-white
  • 10.6 x 13.9 cm.
  • [2] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Unlearning

Kenny Schachter, Ricci Albenda, Dan Asher, Jeff Brown, Devon Dikeou, Andy Dunnill, Spencer Finch, Saskia Friedrich, Bob Goldman, Beth Haggart, Rachel Harrison, Jonathan Horowitz, Laurel Katz, Same Kunce, Simon Ungers, Jarg Geismar, David Kelleran, Alix Lambert, John Lekay, Eva Mantell, Sean Mellyn, Lois Nesbitt, Kellie O'Bosky, Steven Pollack, Paul Ramirez, William Saylor, Kerri Scharlin, Frank Schroder, David Shaw, Maura Sheehan

Two sided postcard / announcement published in conjunction with show held December 4, 1991 - January, 1992. Curated by Kenny Schachter. “One of his earliest exhibitions, 'Unlearning,' sought precisely to turn the prevailing construct upside down. ... [details]

New York, NY: Kenny Schachter,
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$125.00
Condition:  Good. Unsent copy. 2.4 cm. dog-ear to upper left corner of recto. 3 cm., 1 cm., and 9 mm. areas of yellow soiling to verso.
[Object # 25518]
4th Annual New York Avant Garde Festival
  • poster
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 58.2 x 27.6 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

4th Annual New York Avant Garde Festival

Charlotte Moorman, Yoko Ono, Benjamin Patterson, Larry Loonin, Frederic Rzewski, Pietro Grossi, Leo Nilson, Ralph Lundsten, Don Heckman, Dick Higgins, La Monte Young, Robert Moran, Philip Corner, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Takehisa Kosugi, Hans G. Helms, Jackson Mac Low, Spencer Holst, David Hazleton, Emmett Williams, Mordecai-Mark Mac Low, Richard Huelsenbeck, David Anton, Jerome Rothenberg, Carol Berge, Diter Rot, Ludwig Gosewitz, Lamberto Pignotti, Chieko (Mieko) Shiomi, Bazon Brock, Tomas Schmit, Kurt Schwitters, Allan Kaprow, Alison Knowles, Bob Watts, Christo, Stefan Wolpe, Kenji Kobayashi, Howard Lebow, Cecil Taylor, Jimmy Lyons, Ken McIntyre, Mike Mantler, Henry Grimes, Allan Silva, Tony Williams, Jacob Glick, Shigeko Kubota, Allison Knowles, Jerry Agel, James Tenney, Joseph Beuys, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Karl Erik Welin, George Jeffers, Earle Brown, Giuseppe Chiari, Bill Dixon, Judith Dunn, Wolf Vostell, Robert Breer, Gary Harris, Elaine Summers, Hans Richter, Takahiko Iimura, USCO, George Brecht, John Cage, Charles Frazier, Jim McWilliams, Robert Burridge, Robert Ashley, Al Hansen, Bici Hendricks, Geoffrey Hendricks, Barbara Moore, Peter Moore, Gordon Mumma, Max Neuhaus, Nam June Paik, Lil Picard, Raffaele, Ely Raman, Carolee Schneemann, George Maciunas

Program for the Fourth Annual New York Festival of the Avant Garde held at The Central Park Conservatory Pond, New York, September 9, 1966, from 6am until midnight. Organized by Charlotte Moorman. Performances and contributions by Charlotte Moorman, Yoko Ono, Benjamin Patterson, Larry Loonin, Frederic Rzewski, Pietro Grossi, Leo Nilson, Ralph Lundsten, Don Heckman, Dick Higgins, La Monte Young, Robert Moran, Philip Corner, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Takehisa Kosugi, Hans G. ... [details]

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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]

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Set of 20 Postcards Announcing Exhibitions Opening in February and April of 1979 at The Institute for Art and Urban Resources (P.S.1)
  • ephemera
  • offset-printed
  • loose leaves
  • loose card[s]
  • black-and-white
  • 15.1 x 22.8 cm.
  • [20] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered
SoHo News
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • loose leaves
  • black-and-white
  • 37 x 29.5 cm.
  • 79 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

SoHo News

Vol. 6, No. 6 (November 9 - 15, 1978)

Michael R. Goldstein, Doug Ireland, Clyde Haberman, John Gruber, Ann-Byrd Platt, Allan Wolper, Jane Perlez, Bill Plympton, David Hershkovits, Peter Freiberg, Gerald Marzorati, Joanna Kyd, Barry Bloom, Larry Merchant, Steve Bloom, Michael Shore, Sarah Montague, Bob Weiner, Sharon Lee Ryder, Nina Meledrandri, Michael Robertson, Cynthia Heimel, Stephen Saban, John Perreault, William Zimmer, Ellen Lubell, Robert Pierce, Tom Wynbrandt, Shelley Rice, Peter Occhiogrosso, Crispin McCormick Cioe, Ira Kaplan, Pat Wadsley, Ken Terry, Noel Carroll, Tish Dace, James Leverett, William Harris, Donald R. Wilson, Jean Nuchtern, Elizabeth Zimmer, Stephanie Woodard, Arthur J. Connor, Mark Rothko, Dorothea Rockburne, Leatrice Rose

Issue edited by Michael R. Goldstein. Contents include "First Cut," by Doug Ireland; "The Week that Was," by Clyde Haberman, with John Gruber; "FBI Probes Goldin's Office for Bus Shelter 'Bribery'," by Ann-Byrd Platt; "UN Declares War on Chemical Bank," by Allan Wolper; "Mixed Media," by Jane Perlez; Comic by Bill Plympton; "It Can't Happen Here?," by David Hershkovits; "Eigth Street Lives, Again," by Peter Freiberg; "Artful Dodger," by Gerald Marzorati; "Roller Queen," by Joanna Kyd; "Sports: Life Turns Sour for 'The Juice,'" by Barry Bloom; "On the Line," by Larry Merchant; "Donna Summer: How They Packaged Me," by Steve Bloom; "Behind the Trout Mask: This Is Your Captain Speaking," by Michael Shore; "Style," by Sarah Montague; article by Bob Weiner; "Child's Play," by Sharon Lee Ryder; "cookiemania," text and photos by Nina Meledandri; "A Dancer's Fairy Tale," by Michael Robertson; "'A Whole Different Movie from the One I Wrote'" by Cynthia Heimel; "Love Story with Dancing," by Stephen Saban; "Nervous Clouds of Glory," John Perreault on Mark Rothko; "The Spell of Nubia," by William Zimmer; "The Eyes Have It," Ellen Lubell on Dorothea Rockburne and Leatrice Rose; "This Week," edited by Steogen Saban and Robert Pierce; "Old Fang Style," by Tom Wynbrandt; "Image-Making," by Shelley Rice; "Van Morrison: Caught One More Time," by Peter Occhiogrosso; "Ryder Gets Rolling," by Crispin McCormick Cioe; "Rocks Off," by Ira Kaplan; "Rockabilly Rebels Raise the Roof," by Pat Wadsley; "Key Notes," by Ken Terry; "Halloween Horror, Dangerous Dummy," by Stephen Saban; "Tragic Flaws," by Noel Carroll; "The Other Cinema," by Noel Carroll; "Captives," by Tish Dace; "Dark Relatives," by James Leverett; "Oli and Trash," by William Harris; "Mixed Metaphors," by Donald R. ... [details]

New York, NY: SoHo News,
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$75.00
Condition:  Good. Folded in two, moderate yellowing of newsprint age, light bumping of corners, otherwise clean and unmarked.
[Object # 24782]
Studio International
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 31 x 24 cm.
  • 222 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Studio International

Book Supplement / Vol. 180, No. 927 (November 1970)

Peter Townsend, Andrew Higgens, Norbert Lynton, Jonathan Benthall, Lucy R. Lippard, Carl Andre, Jeanne Siegel, John Elderfield, Donald Wall, Bryan Robertson, Charles Harrison, APG, Alan Bowness, Andrew Forge, Andrew Higgins, Timothy Hilton, Edward Lucie-Smith, Jeremy Maas, Joseph Masheck, Barbara Reise, Deborah Stott, William Townsend, Art Workers Coalition

Issue edited by Peter Townsend. Essays "Art and Politics in the Russian Revolution - Part I," by Andrew Higgens; "Coldstream 1970," by Norbert Lynton; " Technology and Art 19: Kinetics at the Hayward," by Jonathan Benthall; "The Art Workers' Coalition: Not a History," by Lucy R. ... [details]

London, United Kingdom: Studio International,
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$200.00
Condition:  Very Good / Fine. Light rubbing of cover edges and bumping of cover corners. Contents clean and unmarked and pages are tight to the spine.
[Object # 24400]
Studio International
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 30.6 x 24 cm.
  • 240 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Studio International

Vol. 179, No. 922 (May 1970)

Charles Harrison, Alexander Liberman, Henryk Gotlib, Michael Moynihan, Buckminster Fuller, Jonathan Benthall, William Tucker, Hans-Jürgen Müller , Robert Kudielka, Gene Baro, Helene Winer, Gilbert & George, John Russell, Mark Haworth-Booth, Peter Fuller, Ian Dunlop, Fernand Léger, John Golding, Ronald Alley, Pablo Picasso, Robert Graham, Joan Miró, Martin Bloch, Donald Judd

Issue edited by Charles Harrison. Essays "In the Land of My Own Vision," by Henryk Gotlib; "Gilbert & George," by Michael Moynihan; "An Interview with Buckminster Fuller," by Jonathan Benthall; Four Sculptors (Part 2): Picasso Cubist Constructions," by William Tucker; "Sociology of an Art Boom: I-The Background to the Flourishing German Art Market" and "II From Survival to Success: An Interview with Hans-Jürgen Müller," by Robert Kudielka; "Liberman: The Art of Amplitude," by Gene Baro; "Robert Graham's Boxes," by Helene Winer; "A Magazine Sculpture," by Gilbert & George which includes "Underneath the Arches (The most intelligent fascinating serious and beautiful art piece you have ever seen)" and the censored "George the [cunt] / Gilbert the [shit]" magazine sculptures ; "Miró's Sculptures," by John Russell; "Victorians at Manchester," by Mark Haworth-Booth; "Martin Bloch Re-Assessed," by Ronald Alley. ... [details]

London, United Kingdom: Studio International,
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