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ABISH, WALTER / ACCONCI, VITO / ANDERSON, LAURIE / ASKEVOLD, DAVID / AYCOCK, ALICE / HOROVITZ, ROBERT / KITCHEL, NANCY WILSON / LUCIER, ALVIN / MAYER, BERNADETTE / MAYER, ROSEMARY / METZ, MIKE / MORTON, REE / OPPENHEIM, DENNIS / PIPER, ADRIAN / SIMONDS, CHARLES
INDIVIDUALS: POST-MOVEMENT ART IN AMERICA.
E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., New York, NY.   1977.
General reference book. Black and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Edited by Alan Sondheim. Contributors: W. Abish, V. Acconci, L. Anderson, D. Askevold, A. Aycock, R. Horvitz, N.W. Kitchel, A. Lucier, B. Mayer, R. Mayer, M. Metz, R. Morton, D. Oppenheim, A. Piper and C. Simonds. Very good condition. 8 x 5.75". 316 pages.
ISBN#: 0525474285
Environmental Art / Land Art; Photography; Post-Minimalism.

      $ 35.00         Book         Item# 9812w

 

ACCONCI, VITO
TOUCH STONE (FOR VL).
[The Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada].   April 1972.
Print. Two-color lithograph printed on Arches paper. Edition of 50 copies. Titled, dated, signed, numbered and editioned on the recto. Excellent condition. 29.5 x 21".
"Vito Acconci could have found a cue to the problem of accomodating his own performance art to the format of the print in Joyce Weiland's O Canada; his own first two prints at the shop, Trademarks and Kiss-Off, both centre on the mouth of the artist, but his third print Touch Stone (For VL) makes a new departure. He rubbed a lithographic stone as if he were massaging a woman's body, all the while speaking out his thoughts to a tape-recorder, trying to imagine that VL was there beneath his hands. Originally he had wanted to use the sweat of his skin as the drawing medium, but when this proved impractical, the fact that the ink was labelled 'rubbing ink' gave some linguistic consolation. His hand-written transcription of selections from the tape were superimposed over the appropriate sections of the image."
Reference: p. 30 NSCAD. The Nova Scotia College of Art & Design. The Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 1982.

Performance Art.

      $ 2500.00         Edition          Item# 6532w

 

ACCONCI, VITO
VITO ACCONCI. CATALOGUE OF HEADLINES & IMAGE.
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.   November 30, 1978 - January 14, 1979.
Artist's publication. Black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Dutch translation insert included. Edition of 2000 copies. Very good condition. Book: 6 x 8.25". Translation: 6 x 8.5". Unpaginated.
Performance Art; Photography.

      $ 65.00         Book         Item# 7297w

 

ACCONCI, VITO
THE HOUSE AND FURNISHINGS AS A SOCIAL METAPHOR.
USF Art Galleries, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.   January 17 - February 15, 1986.
Exhibition catalogue. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Text: Kate Linker and Vito Acconci. Very good condition. 8.5 x 11". 44 pages.
Exhibition traveled to Knight Gallery, Spirit Square Art Center, Charlotte, NC. May 7 - July 7, 1986.



      $ 25.00         Book         Item# 8397w

 

ACCONCI, VITO
Avalanche. Fall 1972. Number Six. Vito Acconci.
Willoughby Sharp / Avalanche, New York, NY.   1972.
Artists' periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Editors: W. Sharp and L. Bear. Very good condition. 9.25 x 9.5". 80 pages.
Performance Art; Photography.

      $ 250.00         Book         Item# 7629w

 

ACCONCI, VITO
VITO ACCONCI TALKS TO LOUWRIEN WIJERS.
Jan Brand, Kantoor Voor Cultuur Extracten, Velp, The Netherlands.   1979.
Transcribed interview with illustrations of artwork. Black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Edition of 500 copies. Very good condition. 8.25 x 6". Unpaginated.
"(We are in the studio on Prinseneiland 25 in Amsterdam where Vito Acconci lives temporarily while working on his retrospective -- a show in the Stedelijk Museum from 30 November 1978 until 14 January 1979. It is about half past two in the afternoon of Saturday the 2nd of December 1978 when this taped conversation starts. I have just offered Vito Acconci to make alterations in the transcribed text if he wants to, but he remarks:)
"VITO ACCONCI: ....IF SOMETHING SHOULD BE UNEDITED, THEN IT REALLY SHOULD BE UNEDITED...
"(Still busy setting up the tape-recorder I tell that I have borrowed it from a friend, because mine makes so many extra sounds. He says:)
"VITO ACCONCI: YOU DON'T HAVE TO FEEL YOU HAVE TO SIT ON THE FLOOR. I JUST FEEL BETTER ON IT. THE FLOOR IS RATHER DIRTY BUT. . .
"Q: IT LOOKS GOOD TO ME . . .
"(I say that the recording can start now:)
"VITO ACCONCI: YES, WHAT DID INTEREST ME IN A NOTION OF DOING A - THAT DANGEROUS WORD - RETROSPECTIVE . . . THAT KIND OF FRIGHTENING WORD, BUT WHAT DID INTEREST ME IN DOING A RETROSPECTIVE WAS THE FACT THAT THIS WAS A WAY THAT POSSIBLY THINGS COULD BE MADE CLEAR TO OTHERS. . ."
Reference: VITO ACCONCI TALKS TO LOUWRIEN WIJERS. Jan Brand, Kantoor Voor Cultuur Extracten, Velp, The Netherlands. 1979.

Performance Art.

      $ 60.00         Book         Item# 12163w

 

ACCONCI, VITO
Vito Acconci. View. Vol. II No. 5/6.
Point Publications, Oakland, California.   October / November 1979.
Periodical. Black and white with red trim on fore edge of pages. Wrappers. Staple bound. Interview by Robin White at Crown Point Press, Oakland, California, 1979. Includes 29 small, black and white illustrations. Very good condition. 9 x 7". 48 pages including cover.


      $ 20.00         Book         Item# 13238w

 

ACCONCI, VITO
VITO ACCONCI: MY WORD (SUPER 8 FEATURE 1974).
Carp, Los Angeles, CA.   May 27, 1976.
Announcement card addressed to Lowell Darling. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed on one side. Sticker element on verso. Very good condition minus creasing and light sunning along edges. 4.25 x 11".
Reference: p. 86. PRINTED MATTER. Die Sammlung Marzona in der Kunstbibliothek. The Marzona Collection at the Kunstbibliothek. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Stiftung Pruesischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin, Germany. 2005

Performance Art. Film / Video.

      $ 30.00         Ephemera          Item# 12563w

 

ACCONCI, VITO
Park up a Building.
Texte zur Kunst, Cologne, Germany.   1996.
Multiple. 264-piece puzzle contained in a box within a second cardboard box. Inner box has acetate cover printed with a photograph of Centro Galego de Arte Contempor‡nea, Santiago de Campostela, Spain before installation of Acconci's 'Park up a Building'. Contains puzzle pieces, an explanatory page, and a photographic guide to the puzzle. Project executed by Acconci Studio (V. Acconci, Luis Vera, Jenny Schrider and Charles Doherty). Edition of 120 copies. Signed, numbered and dated. Very good condition. Slight scuffing on acetate cover. 12 x 8.25 x 1".
"SITE: Alvaro Siza's museum building.
"PROGRAM: Temporary installation for a solo museum exhibition.
"PROJECT: 9 pairs of telescoping tubes, U-shaped at one end and L-shaped at the other. The U-shaped ends hook onto the parapet of the building; from the L-shaped ends one module of a park is suspended on threaded rod.
"2 types of park-module alternate: a floor with a seat on opposite sides; and a floor with a seat on one side and a tree on the other. A connector, a step, joins one module to another. The floor, the seat and the step are metal grating: the tree sits in a metal grate, its roots still in the sack it was transported in. A light from beneath each floor illuminates the park. Each successive module is hung one step higher than the one before: as you walk through the park -- as you walk from step to floor, between seat and seat and between seat and tree -- you climb up the side of the building.
"The park hangers telescope down to 8-foot sections, and are portable; the park is adaptable to buildings of different heights."
Reference: Park up a Building. Texte zur Kunst, Cologne, Germany. 1996.



      $ 750.00         Edition         Item# 12543w

 

ACCONCI, VITO / AHERN, TOM / APOLLINAIRE, GUILLAUME / PADGETT, RON / ASCHER / STRAUS / BERNSTEIN, CHARLES / SILLIMAN, RON / BENNETT, JOHN M. / BENNETT, C. MEHRL / BUCZAK, BRIAN / HENDRICKS, GEOFF / KNOWLES, ALISON / CLEVELAND, BUSTER / HIGGINS III, E.F. / DEEM, GEORGE / VANCE, RONALD / DUCH, T. / KOSTELANETZ, RICHARD / MESSERLI, DOUGLAS / MASON, FRANKLIN / NATIONS, OPAL LOUIS / SALZMANN, JEROME / PAYACK, PETER / PELL, DEREK / PORTER, BERN / SHERRY, JAMES / YAU, JOHN / SWANN, BRIAN / WESLEY, JOHN / TISA, KEN / ELMSLIE, KENWARD / WARSHAWSKI, MORRIE / GILSON, BOB / WIENER, NINA / SHERRY, JAMES / THE WOOSTER GROUP / WRIGHT, JEFF / HOLLO, ANSELM
ZONE. #7.
Zone, New York, N.Y.   Spring / Summer 1981.
Artists' periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Tabloid format. Unbound. Folded. Poetry, prose, photographs, collages and drawings. Edited by Peter Cherches and Dennis DeForge. Artists / contributors: V. Acconci, T. Ahern, G. Apollinaire, R. Padgett, Ascher, Straus, C. Bernstein, R. Silliman, J.M. Bennett, C.M. Bennett, B. Buczak, G. Hendricks, A. Knowles, B. Cleveland, E.F. Higgins III, G. Deem, R. Vance, T. Duch, R. Kostelanetz, D. Messerli, F. Mason, O.L. Nations, J. Salzmann, P. Payack, D. Pell, B. Porter, J. Sherry, J. Yau, B. Swann, J. Wesley, K. Tisa, K. Elmslie, M. Warshawski, B. Gilson, N. Wiener, J. Sherry, The Wooster Group, J. Wright and A. Hollo. Very good condition. Sunning and light wear along spine and bottom edge. Unfolded: 17 x 11.5". 48 pages.
Literature and Poetry.

      $ 20.00         Book         Item# 806w

 

ACCONCI, VITO / ANDERSON, JACK / APLON, ROGER / ARAKAWA / BANKERD, CAROL / BRIGHAM, BESMILR / BROWN, REBECCA / CHAR, RENE / CHATAIN, ROBERT / CHATARD, JEAN / CODRESCU, ANDREI / COHEN, MARVIN / COHEN, ROBERT / ESTEBAN, CLAUDE / FRAIRE, ISABEL / HORNING, RON / MCKEOWN, TOM / NEUGROSCHEL, JOACHIM / SACHS, NELLY / SEIDMAN, HUGH / SMITH, MICHAEL / SWARD, ROBERT / TERRES, JAIME GARCIA / WALFORD, ROY / ZAVRIAN, SUZANNE
extensions NO. 5/6.
Extensions, New york, NY.   1971?
Artists' periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Editors: S. Zavrian and J. Neugroschel. Design: Irene Friedman. Artists included: V. Acconci, J. Anderson, R. Aplon, Arakawa, C. Bankerd, B. Brigham, R. Brown, R. Char, R. Chatain, J. Chatard, A. Codrescu, M. Cohen, C. Esteban, I. Fraire, R. Horning, T. McKewon, J. Neugroshcel, N. Sachs, H. Seidman, M. Smith, R. Sward, J.G. Terres, R. Walford and S. Zavrian. Very good condition. 9 x 6". Unpaginated.
Art Theory; Concrete Poetry / Visual Poetry; Literature and Poetry; Music.

      $ 75.00         Book         Item# 10357w

 

ACCONCI, VITO / ANDERSON, JACK / AUGIAS, CORRADO / DU BOUCHET, ANDRE / COHEN, ROBERT DAVID / COOPERMAN, STANLEY / DEEB, GAIL / DUNLOP, LANE / GRAHAM, DAN / KAPLAN, ALLAN / KATZ, STEVE / MOLINARO, URSULE / NEUGROSCHEL, JOACHIM / PAVLOVIC, MIODRAG / PERNICIARO, TONY / PERREAULT, JOHN / RATCLIFF, CARTER / SALOMSEN, ERLING / SCHNEEMAN, GEORGE & PADGETT, RON / SEIDMAN, HUGH / STEPANCHEV, STEPHEN / WEINER, HANNAH / WINSLOW, PETE / ZAVRIAN, SUZANNE
extensions. NO. 1.
Extensions, New York, NY.   1968.
Artists' periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Editors: S. Zavrian and J. Neugroschel. Art direction and design: Irene Friedman. Artists included: V. Acconci, J. Anderson, C. Augias, A. du Bouchet, R.D. Cohen, S. Cooperman, G. Deeb, L. Dunlop, D. Graham, A. Kaplan, S. Katz, U. Molinaro, J. Neugroschel, M. Pavlovic, T. Perniciaro, J. Perreault, C. Ratcliff, E. Salomsen, G. Schneeman & R. Padgett, H. Seidman, S. Stepanchev, H. Weiner, P. Winslow and S. Zavrian. Very good condition. Rubber stamped COPY on front cover. 9 x 6". 96 pages.
Reference: For Publication. Dan Graham. Otis Art Institute Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. 1975.

Literature and Poetry.

      $ 50.00         Book         Item# 10353w

 

ACCONCI, VITO / ANDERSON, LAURIE / HSIEH, TEHCHING / KAPROW, ALLAN / THE KIPPER KIDS / MARINETTI, F.T. / MONTANO, LINDA / MOORMAN, CHARLOTTE / PAIK, NAM JUNE / WEGMAN, WILLIAM / MAN RAY/ BARBI, LUCE MARINETTI / BOGOSIAN, ERIC / FOREMAN, RICHARD / LIONNI, LEO / LYON, LISA / LUNCH, LYDIA / OLESZKO, PAT / ONO, YOKO / RAUSCHENBERG, ROBERT / SMITH, MICHAEL / ZALOOM, PAUL / THE MASTFOR II COMPANY / TOMLIN, LILY / STORY, REDY
THE ARTIES. Franklin Furnace's Tenth Anniversary Celebration.
Franklin Furnace, New York, NY.   April 27, 1986.
Program. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Artists include V. Acconci, L. Anderson, T. Hsieh, A. Kaprow, The Kipper Kids, F.T. Marinetti, L. Montano, C. Moorman, N.J. Paik, W. Wegman, .M. Ray, L.M. Barbi, E. Bogosian, R. Foreman, L. Lionni, L. Lyon, L. Lunch, P. Oleszko, Y. Ono, R. Rauschenberg, M. Smith, P. Zaloom, The Mastfor II Company, L. Tomlin and R. Story. Very good condition. Light rubbing to wrappers. 11 x 8.5". 52 pages.


      $ 25.00         Book         Item# 11344w

 

ACCONCI, VITO / APPEL, ALLAN / ASHBERY, JOHN / COHEN, MARVIN / COOLIDGE, CLARK / DAIVE, JEAN / DUBUFFET, JEAN / FERSCH, PETER PAUL / GUEST, BARBARA / HELICZER, PIERO / HEROLD, BRENDA / MALANGA, GERARD / MURRAY, CATHERINE / O'BRIEN, MICHAEL / PLIMPTON, SARAH / RICARD, ALBERT RENE / SALLIS, JAMES / SCHJELDAHL, PETER / SEIDMAN, HUGH / VIOLI, PAUL / VOJACEK, JOSEPH / WINSLOW, PETE
extensions NO. 4.
Extensions, New york, NY.   1970.
Artists' periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Editors: S. Zavrian and J. Neugroschel. Art direction and design: Irene Friedman. Artists included: V. Acconci, A. Appel, J. Ashbery, M. Cohen, C. Coolidge, J. Daive, J. Dubuffet, P.P. Fersch, B. Guest, P. Heliczer, B. Herold, G. Malanga, C. Murray, M. O'Brien, S. Plimpton, A.R. Ricard, J. Sallis, P. Schjeldahl, H. Seidman, P. Violi, J. Vojacek and P. Winslow. Very good condition. 9 x 6". 94 pages.
Art Theory; Concrete Poetry / Visual Poetry; Literature and Poetry; Music.

      $ 45.00         Book         Item# 10358w

 

ACCONCI, VITO / BERND, JOHN / CHARLIP, REMY / CHILDS, LUCINDA / COMFORT, JANE / DEAN, LAURA / DUNAS, WILLIAM / FENLEY, MOLISSA / HALPRIN, ANNA / HUTCHINS, JEANNIE / KAYE, POOH / LONGO, ROBERT / LUSBY, DAVID / REITZ, DANA / ROSEN, KAY / SCHNEEMANN, CAROLEE / STREB, ELIZABETH / WILSON, ROBERT / WONG, MEL / ZANE, ARNIE
Tracking, Tracing, Marking, Pacing.
Pratt Institute, New York, NY.   1982.
Exhibition catalog. Black and white. Cardboard wrappers. Perfect bound with linen tape. Book is perforated along right edge as part of design. Curated by Ellen Schwartz. Catalog design: Bennett / Menchin / Robertson. Artists included: V. Acconci, J. Bernd, R. Charlip, L. Childs, J. Comfort, L. Dean, W. Dunas, M. Fenley, A. Halprin, J. Hutchins, P. Kaye, R. Longo, D. Lusby, D. Reitz, K. Rosen, C. Scheemann, E. Streb, R. Wilson, M. Wong and A. Zane. 1 - 2 pages per artist, usually including a reproduced drawing, a statement, and a portrait of the artist. Text: E. Schwartz, RoseLee Goldberg, Ann Hutchinson and Jill Beck. Very good minus condition. Two parallel horizontal creases near center running throughout book. 8.5 x 10". Unpaginated.
"Tracking, Tracing, Marking, Pacing is a drawing show. That is, it is a show not only made up of drawings, but about drawings of a very particular kind - those that represent or are inspired in some way by the notion of movement.
"It is crucial that this distinction be understood from the outset, since many of the included artists have reputations as choreographers or dancer / performers (a denomination meant for dance-trained individuals whose vocabularies of movement are decidedly unorthodox and personal). The drawings are not presented to foster greater understanding of contemporary performance, though this is a rewarding secondary effect. Rather, our awareness of the artists' involvement with movement in other media should enhance our appreciation for their works on paper."
Reference: Tracking, Tracing, Marking, Pacing. Pratt Institute, New York, NY. 1982.

Dance.

      $ 35.00         Book         Item# 13228w

 

ACCONCI, VITO / MATISSE / WILMARTH, CHRISTOPHER / RYMAN, ROBERT / SCHWARTZ, THERESE / DOMINGO, WILLIS / NEMSER, CINDY / BATTCOCK, GREGORY / FUGATE-WILCOX, TERRY / ASHTON, DORE / LIPTON, SEYMOUR / CARLSON, VICTOR / GORDON, HARVEY / DORMENT, RICHARD / RICHARDSON, BRENDA / TERBELL, MELINDA / VENTURI, LUCA M. / BORGEAUD, BERNARD / RUSSELL, DAVID / HANCOCK, MARIANNE / MIKOTAJUK, ANDREA / BROWN, GORDON
artsmagazine. March, 1971. Volume 45, No. 5.
The Art Digest Inc., New York, NY.   1970.
Periodical. Black and white with four pages in color. Wrappers. Staple bound. Includes articles on R. Ryman, the sculpture of C. Wilmarth, cubist drawings by Matisse, and an interview of V. Acconci by C. Nemser. Text by T. Schwartz, W. Domingo, C. Nemser, G. Battcock, T. Fugate-Wilcox, D. Ashton, S. Lipton, V. Carlson, H. Gordon, R. Dorment, B. Richardson, M. Terbell, L.M. Venturi, B. Borgeaud, D. Russell, M. Hancock, A. Mikotajuk and G. Brown. Very good condition. Rubbing to wraps and corners bumped. 12 x 9". 68 pages.


      $ 20.00         Book         Item# 4257w

 

ACCONCI, VITO / NAUMAN, BRUCE / BEUYS, JOSEPH / RAINER, ARNULF / MORRIS, BOB / HEIZER, MIKE / FULTON, HAMISH / OPPENHEIM, DENNIS
interfunktionen 6.
Verlag Heubach, Cologne, Germany.   September 1971.
Artists' periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Editor: F. W. Heubach. Cover: B. Nauman. Contributions by: V. Acconci, B. Nauman, J. Beuys, A. Rainer, B. Morris, M. Heizer, H. Fulton and D. Oppenheim. Text in English and German. Edition of 1000 copies. Very good condition. Light corner wear and minor foxing and rubbing to wrappers. 11.5 x 8.25". 90 pages.
Reference: p. 181 ARTFORUM MAY 2004, Vol. XLII, No. 9. Anthony Korner, Knight Landesman and Charles Guarino, New York, NY. 2004.

Performance Art; Land Art / Environmental Art.

      $ 300.00         Book         Item# 6038w

 

BAUME, NICHOLAS / ACCONCI, VITO / ANDRE, CARL / BALDESSARI, JOHN / BECHER, BERND & HILLLA / BOCHNER, MEL / BUREN, DANIEL / JENSEN, ALFRED / HESSE, EVA / JOHNS, JASPER / LEWITT, SOL / LICHTENSTEIN, ROY / LOZANO, LEE / OPALKA, ROMAN / REICH, STEVE / WARHOL, ANDY
noncomposition: fifteen case studies.
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT.   December 22, 2001 - June 23, 2002.
Exhibition catalog. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Artists included: V. Acconci, C. Andre, J. Baldessari, B & H. Becher, M. Bochner, D. Buren, A. Jensen, E. Hesse, J. Johns, S. LeWitt, R. Lichtenstein, L. Lozano, R. Opalka, S. Reich and A. Warhol. Text: N. Baume. Very good condition. Light corner wear. 12 x 8". 15 pages.
ISBN#: 0918333199


      $ 15.00         Book         Item# 13865w

 

BEAL, GRAHAM W.J. / DIEBENKORN, RICHARD / JONAS, JOAN / CAGE, JOHN / HOCKNEY, DAVID / GUSTON, PHILIP / JOHNS, JASPER / WILEY, WILLIAM / ACCONCI, VITO / PEARLSTEIN, PHILIP / LICHTENSTEIN. ROY / HOCKNEY, DAVID / KELLY, ELLSWORTH / RED GROOMS / SORMAN, STEVE / ARAKAWA, SHUSAKU
Artist and Printer. Six American Print Studios.
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN.   December 7, 1980 - January 18, 1981.
Exhibition catalog. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Features 6 print studios: Universal Limited Art Editions, Crown Point Press, Gemini G.E.L., Landfall Press, Tyler Graphics Ltd. and Vermillion Editions Limited. Catalog design: Robert Jensen and Richard Mehl. Artists included: R. Diebenkorn, J. Jonas, J. Cage, D. Hockney, P. Guston, J. Johns, W. Wiley, V. Acconci, P. Pearlstein, R. Lichtenstein, D. Hockney, E. Kelly, Red Grooms, S. Sorman, S. Arakawa and others. Text: Martin Friedman and G. Beal. Very good condition. 11 x 8.5". 30 pages.
ISBN#: 0935640061


      $ 50.00         Book         Item# 13634w

 

BLOCK, URSULA / BLOCK, RENE / GLASMEIER, MICHAEL / ADORNO, THEODOR W. / MOHOLY-NAGY, LASZLO / DUBUFFET, JEAN / ZELLER, HANS RUDOLF / KNIZAK, MILAN / SEIFFERT, CHRISTIANE / ACCONCI, VITO / ANDERSON, LAURIE / ANTIN, ELEANOR / APPEL, KAREL / ARP, JEAN (HANS) / ASHLEY, ROBERT / ART & LANGUAGE / BARRY, ROBERT / BERTOIA, HARRY / BEUYS, JOSEPH / BLAKE, PETER / BOHMLER, CLAUS / BOLTANSKI, CHRISTIAN / CAGE, JOHN / BRUS, GUNTER / CARMI, EUGENIO / CHRISTIANSEN, HENNING / CORNER, PHILIP / DARBOVEN, HANNE / DIBBETS, JAN / DOWNSBROUGH, PETER / DUBUFFET, JEAN / DUCHAMP, MARCEL / EXPORT, VALIE / FONTANA, BILL / FOX, TERRY / FRITSCH, KATHARINA / GLASS, PHILIP / HAACKE, HANS / HAUSMANN, RAOUL / HIGGINS, DICK / JOHNS, JASPER / JONES, JOE / KAPROW, ALLAN / KIPPENBERGER, MARTIN / KLEIN, YVES / KNIZAK, M. / KOZLOWSKI, JAROSLAW / LEWITT, SOL / MARCLAY, CHRISTIAN / MUEHL, OTTO / NANNUCCI, MAURIZIO / NITSCH, HERMANN / OEHLEN, ALBERT / ONO, YOKO / PAIK, NAM JUNE / PALESTINE, CHARLEMAGNE / PENCK, A.R. / RAINER, ARNULF / ROTH, DIETER / RUHM, GERHARD / SARKIS / SCHMIT, TOMAS / SCHWITTERS, KURT / SNOW, MICHAEL / SONNIER, KEITH / ULRICHS, TIMM / VAUTIER, BEN / VOSTELL, WOLF / WADA, YOSHI / WARHOL, ANDY / WEINER, LAWRENCE / YOUNG, LA MONTE / ZAZEELA, MARIAN
BROKEN MUSIC.
Berliner Kunstlerprogramm des DAAD / gelber Musik Berlin, Berlin, Germany.   1989.
Reference book. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Flexi-disc included on first page. Text: R. Block, U. Block, M. Glasmeier, T. Adorno, L. Moholy-Nagy, J. Dubuffet, H. Zeller, M. Knizak. Text in German, English, and French. Artists included: V. Acconci, L. Anderson, E. Antin, K. Appel, H. Arp, R. Ashley, Art & Language, R. Barry, H. Bertoia, J. Beuys, P. Blake, C. Bohmler, C. Boltanski, J. Cage, G. Brus, E. Carmi, H. Christiansen, P. Corner, H. Darboven, J. Dibbets, P. Downsbrough, J. Dubuffet, M. Duchamp, V. Export, B. Fontana, T. Fox, K. Fritsch, P. Glass, H. Haacke, R. Hausmann, D. Higgins, J. Johns, J. Jones, A. Kaprow, M. Kippenberger, Y. Klein, M. Knizak, J. Kozlowski, S. Lewitt, C. Marclay, O. Muehl, M. Nannucci, H. Nitsch, A. Oehlen, Y. Ono, N.J. Paik, C. Palestine, A.R. Penck, A. Rainer, D. Roth, G. Ruhm, Sarkis, T. Schmit, K. Schwitters, M. Snow, K. Sonnier, T. Ulrichs, B. Vautier, W. Vostell, Y. Wada, A. Warhol, L. Weiner, L.M. Young, M. Zazeela and others. Very good condition. Light shelf wear. 10.25 x 8.25". 278 pages.
"Broken Music shows works of visual artists created with and for the medium of the record: records, record-covers, record-objects, record-installations. In contrast to the composer or musician who perceives the record first and foremost as a vehicle transporting his musical ideas, the visual artist is especially interested in the optical as well as the acoustical presence. In the early 60's, Milan Knizak called his record-collages 'Broken Music' - by destroying, painting, pasting and breaking records - he also broke with the traditional habits of hearing. 'Broken Music' stands for a break with conventional ideas, as a breakthrough into something new. This start - somewhat simple to be sure, but thereby all the more conclusive - seemed convincing enough to form the concept for the whole exhibition."
Reference: p. 9 BROKEN MUSIC. ARTISTS' RECORDWORKS. Berliner Kunstlerprogramm des DAAD, Berlin, Germany / Gelbe Musik Berlin, Berlin, Germany. 1989.

ISBN#: 3893570136
Music.

      $ 450.00         Book         Item# 12117w