The SoHo Statement
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 44.2 x 27.8 cm.
  • 8 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

The SoHo Statement

Vol. 1, No. 1 (November 20, 1971)

Karen Golightly, David Hauenstein, Lynn Flatow, Sara Risher, Meredith Monk, Betty Lujan, Rose Hartman, Alfonso Barrios

The SoHo Statement

description

Issue Number One of The SoHo Statement, edited by Karen Golightly. Articles include "Future Shock - It's Present Tense Around Here;" "The SoHo Galleries: SAA Sponsors Members' Show;" "SoHo - Quo Vadis?;" "Copello Shows Graphics;" "Master Prints II;" "NYCC: DaVinci Work Reproduced;" "NYU: Music, Dance, Film on Bill;" "Rambling Rose... Rambles in and Around SoHo;" "Battle for SoHo Long and Hard and Worth It!," by Karen Golightly; "Interpreting the Law," by David Hauenstein; "So If You Want to Live in SoHo - Read This;" "Food's' Food One of SoHo's Tasty Bargains," by Lynn Flatow; "SAA Protest Explained;" "MoMA: Newman, Moore Shows Continue;" 'Vessel'" Fondly Remembered," Sara Risher on Meredith Monk; "The SAA Unstructures Itself," by Betty Lujan; "Galleries Around the City;" "Crafts Museum Presents 'Photo Media;'" "Whitney: Indian Exhibit;" "The Lowdown on Downtown: Shops, Classes, Services;" '"The Birds' Has Come." Lynn Flatow, feature editor; Rose Hartman, columnist; Alfonso Barrios, photographer. Full page review of FOOD has two image of interior of the restaurant.

$200.00
Condition:  Good / Very Good. Folded as issued. Light yellow discoloration due to age and bumping of corners. Verso edge has multiple 1 cm. areas of rubbing to surface of paper.
[Object # 25253]