ABELES, KIM / ALEXANDER, ROBERT / ALLEN, TERRY / ANDERSON, JEREMY / ANDERSON, ROBERT / AVALOS, DAVID / BALDESSARI, JOHN / BAXTER, JOHN / BERLANT, TONY / BERMAN, WALLACE / BERNHARDT, JOHN / BURDEN, CHRIS / CASTELLON, ROLANDO / CHENG, CARL / CHENG, KAI BOB / CONNER, BRUCE / DEFEO, JAY / DE FOREST, ROY / EATHERTON, TOM / ELSEY, GARY / TOM FOOLERY / FOULKES, LLYN / FRAZIER, CHARLES / GAD, SIMONE / HEDRICK, WALLY / HERMS, GEORGE / HOMLER, ANNA / HOPPER, DENNIS / HOUSTON, BRUCE / HOWARD, ROBERT / HUDSON, ROBERT / IRELAND, DAVID / JESS / KIENHOLZ, EDWARD / KIENHOLZ, NANCY REDDIN / KNOTTER, PAUL / KRASNOW, PETER / LOCKS, SEYMOUR / LOWRY, JANICE / MAN RAY / MARIONI, TOM / MASON, FRED / MCMILLAN, MICHAEL C. / MERRILD, KNUD / MEW, MICHAEL / OUTTERBRIDGE, JOHN / PETTIBONE, RICHARD / SAAR, BETYE / SIFF, ELENA MARY / SMITH, ALEXIS / SPOHN, CLAY / TALBERT, BEN / TUNBERG, WILLIAM / VALLANCE, JEFFREY / WAGNER, GORDON / WILEY, WILLIAM T. / WILSON, DAVID / YOUDELMAN, NANCY Forty Years of California Assemblage. Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, CA. March 1989.
Exhibition catalog. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Artists: K. Abeles, R. Alexander, T. Allen, J. Anderson, R. Anderson, D. Avalos, J. Baldessari, J. Baxter, T. Berlant, W. Berman, J. Bernhardt, C. Burden, R. Castellon, C. Cheng, K.B. Cheng, B. Conner, J. Defeo, R. De Forest, T. Eatherton, G. Elsey, Tom Foolery, L. Foulkes, C. Frazier, S. Gad, W. Hedrick, G. Herms, A. Homler, D. Hopper, B. Houston, R. Howard, R. Hudson, D. Ireland, Jess, E. Kienholz, N.R. Kienholz, P. Knotter, P. Krasnow, S. Locks, J. Lowry, Man Ray, T. Marioni, F. Mason, M.C. McMillan, K. Merrild, M. Mew, J. Outterbridge, R. Pettibone, B. Saar, E.M. Siff, A. Smith, C. Spohn, B. Talbert, W. Tunberg, J. Vallance, G. Wagner, W.T. Wiley, D. Wilson and N. Youdelman. Text by Henry Hopkins, Anne Ayres, Peter Boswell, Philip Brookman and Verni Greenfield. Very good minus condition. Indentation on top edge of front cover. 12 x 9". 241 pages. Exhibition traveled to: Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, CA. April 4 - May 21, 1989 / San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA. June 9 - August 13, 1989 / Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, CA. September 8 - November 12, 1989 / Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha NE. December 15, 1989 - February 4, 1990. "What made the project of California Assemblage particularly interesting and appropriate for our university museum was that, although there had been a number of exhibitions presenting historical surveys of this art form in California, none attempted to present, through an interpretative exhibition, a clear theoretical position on what has defined the art of assemblage in California specifically, and how the development of this art has influenced contemporary forms." Reference: p. 11 Forty Years of California Assemblage. Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, CA. March 1989. ISBN#: 094373908X
$ 35.00 Book Item# 12466w
ALPERT, RICHARD / BLELL, DIANNE / COSTELLO, KEVIN / FOX, TERRY / FRIED, HOWARD / HENDERSON, MEL / KOS, PAUL / LAUB, STEPHEN / MARIONI, TOM / MELCHERT, JIM / MATSUMOTO, MASAHSHI / SPATER, SUZANNE / TEPPER, IRV A Tight 13 Minutes. Carp, Los Angeles, CA. March 14, 1977.
Announcement flyer. Black offset lithograph printed on white paper. Artists included: R. Alpert, D. Blell, K. Costello, T. Fox, H. Fried, M. Henderson, P. Kos, S. Laub, T. Marioni, J. Melchert, M. Matsumoto, S. Spater, I. Tepper. Very good condition. 11 x 8.5". Originally organized by MOCA, San Francisco, CA. Film / Video.
$ 55.00 Ephemera Item# 8194w
FITZGERALD, F-STOP / LACY, SUZANNE / LONDON, JULIA / KIPPER, HARRY / BRAITHWAITE, PINKIE / POMEROY, JIM / Z'EV UNS / SURVIVAL RESEARCH LABORATORIES (PAULINE, MARK & HECKERT, MATT & WERNER, ERIC) / MONTANO, LINDA / CUMMINGS, BLONDELL / LABAT, TONY / CHAPMAN, TOM / STREB, ELIZABETH / GIORNO, JOHN / COYOTE, GINGER / HENES, DONNA / OLESZKO, PAT / TOMLIN, LILY / DRESHER, PAUL / BURROUGHS, WILLIAM / ALBERTANO, LINDA / SULLIVAN, KAYLYNN / ANDRES, JO / ROCKOFF, RENEE / ZALOOM, PAUL / BALLIETT, J. LYON / BISIO, ROBIN / ROSENTHAL, RACHEL / EICHELBERGER, ETHYL / MCCARTHY, PAUL / GRAY, SPALDING / MARIONI, TOM / SMITH, BARBARA / ANDERSON, LAURIE / BOON, ADRI / PEPPE, MICHAEL / BOGOSIAN, ERIC / PAULINE, MARK / GALAS, DIAMANDA / HARDMAN, CHRIS / FINNERAN, ALAN / IRWIN, BILL / WILLIAMS, WENDY O. DOC.U.MEN.TIA. Last Gasp, San Francisco, CA. 1987.
Artist's publication. Black and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Edited by F-stop Fitzgerald. Artists included: S. Lacy, J. London, H. Kipper, P. Braithwaite, J. Pomeroy, Z'Ev/Uns, Survival Research Laboratories, L. Montano, B. Cummings, T. Labat, T. Chapman, E. Streb, J. Giorno, G. Coyote, D. Henes, P. Oleszko, L. Tomlin, P. Dresher, W. Burroughs, L. Albertano, K. Sullivan, J. Andres, R. Rockoff, P. Zaloom, J.L. Balliett, R. Bisio, R. Rosenthal, E. Eichelberger, P. McCarthy, S. Gray, T. Marioni, B. Smith, L. Anderson, A. Boon, M. Pette, E. Bogosian, M. Pauline, D. Galas, C. Hardman, A. Finnernan, B. Irwin and W.O. Williams. Text: Arlene Raven, L. Montano, Suzaan Boettger, Jerri Allyn, Bob Davis, G.P. Skratz, Linda Frye Burnham, John Howell, Linda Novak, Michael Peppe and A.D. Coleman. Very good condition. 9.5 x 8.5". Unpaginated. ISBN#: 0867193603 Performance Art; Photography.
$ 20.00 Book Item# 9937w
MACHACEK, JAN / MARIONI, TOM / DAMNJAN, RODOMIR / POPOVIC, MICA / KNIFER, JULIJE / POPOVICEVIC, ZORAN / DIMITRIJEVIC, BRACO / ABRAMOVIC, MARINA / TODOSIJEVIC, RASA / ATTALAI, GABOR / TOT, ENDRE / LASZLO, VISY / STEMBERA, PETR / MLCVCH, JAN / MILLER, KAREL / GRYGAR, MILAN / MOUCHA, MILOSLAV / BARTOS, PETER / KANTOR, TADEUSZ / GRUPA, DRUGA / OPALKA, ROMAN / LACHOWICZ, ANDRZEJ / WODICZKO, KRZYSZTOF VISION. NUMBER TWO. Eastern Europe. Kathan Brown, Crown Point Press, Oakland, CA. January 1976.
Artists' periodical. Black, red and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Cover photo by J. Machacek. Edited and designed by T. Marioni. Contributors: J. Machacek, T. Marioni, R. Damnjan, M. Popovic, J. Knifer, Z. Popovicevic, B. Dimitrijevic, M. Abramovic, R. Todosijevic, G. Attalai, E. Tot, V. Laszlo, P. Stembera, J. Mlcvch, K. Miller, M. Grygar, M. Moucha, P. Bartos, T. Kantor, Druga Grupa, R. Opalka, A. Lachowicz and K. Wodiczko. Edition of 1000 copies. Numbered in pencil. Very good condition. 13.5 x 8.25". 63 pages. Conceptual Art; Performance Art; Photography.
$ 75.00 Book Item# 10956w
MARIONI, TOM Untitled (Finger Lines). 1994.
Drawing. Graphite on cream paper. Signed and dated. Excellent condition. 19 x 11.5". Performance Art.
$ 1200.00 Unique Item# 6548w
MARIONI, TOM TOM MARIONI. Museo Italo Americano, San Francisco, CA. January 8 - March 1, 1987.
Exhibition catalogue. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Designed by T. Marioni. Forward: M. Lanzone. Excellent condition. 14 x 11". Unpaginated. "Tom Marioni is the key figure in the Northern California conceptual art movement and is internationally known. In 1970 Marioni founded the Museum of Conceptual Art (MOCA) in San Francisco, and although the Museum no longer exists, it has had a worldwide influence. The exhibit at the Museo entitled The Italians, The Germans, The Japanese represents three tableaux, three cultures; each evoking the characteristics of each culture by using certain visual cues, such as symbolic objects and symbols and by recreating an 'atmosphere.'" Reference: TOM MARIONI. Museo Italo Americano, San Francisco, CA. January 8 - March 1, 1987. Conceptual Art; Performance Art.
$ 35.00 Book Item# 5500w
MARIONI, TOM THE DRIFTING OF WHITE ROSIN ONTO BROWN PAPER WHILE BOWING ONE CONTINUOUS HARMONIC NOTE FOR 35 MINUTES AS SEEN UP CLOSE WITH ONE EYE ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON. ONE OF FIVE PERFORMANCES IN FIVE DAYS. RICHARD DEMARCO GALLERY, EDINBURGH SCOTLAND MAY 1972. nd.
Photocopy print. Black and white. Rubber stamped ART INFORMATION CENTRE on the verso. Signed? in blue ballpoint pen on the recto. Very good condition. 11 x 8.5". Performance Art.
$ 100.00 Ephemera Item# 8195w
MARIONI, TOM Portrait of Jeanette. nd.
Photocopy print. Black and white. Rubber stamped ART INFORMATION CENTRE on the verso. Titled and dated? in blue ballpoint pen on the recto. Very good condition. 8.5 x 11". Performance Art.
$ 75.00 Ephemera Item# 8196w
MARIONI, TOM ACTION by TOM MARIONI "STUDIO". University Art Museum, Berkeley, CA. November 5, 1980.
Performance poster. Black printed on yellow paper. Folded. Very good condition. Unfolded: 15.75 x 21.5". "Marioni's action for MARTIX 39, Studio, is a public activity designed to suggest the private space of the artist's studio. . . In Studio Marioni draws his life-sized shadow which is distorted by a piece of black velvet suspended between two yellow spotlights and the vertical drawing surface. In a recent conversation Marioni explained that he chose yellow light becuase it is linked with the intellect in alchemical theory and would, therefore, facilitate the telepathic communication he hopes to achieve with the audience. Musical sound, alternating between jazz and classical accompainies the action much as it would in his own studio." Reference: MATRIX. BERKELEY. 1978 - 1998. University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA. Performance Art.
$ 100.00 Ephemera Item# 9260w
MARIONI, TOM TOM MARIONI. View. Vol. I No. 5. Point Publications, Oakland, California. January 1981.
Periodical. Black and white with blue trim on fore edge of pages. Wrappers. Staple bound. Interview by Robin White at Crown Point Press, Oakland, California, 1978. Re-printed and updated January 1981. Includes 12 small, black and white illustrations. Very good condition. 9 x 7". 24 pages including cover.
$ 20.00 Book Item# 13240w
MARIONI, TOM / ARNOWITZ, BURT Three cards and two business cards mailed in an envelope. As part of the Museum exhibition program, MOCA will be open to the public every Wednesday afternoon. Unscheduled events will take place, including the serving of FREE BEER. Museum of Conceptual Art, San Francisco, CA. nd. Announcement card. Black offset lithograph printed on card stock. Very good condition. 4 x 6". Membership Application. The Museum of Conceptual Art, San Francisco, CA. nd. Membership card. Offset lithograph printed on card stock. Very good condition. 4 x 6". MOCA. You are cordially invited to the opening of the Museum of Conceptual Art . . .The Museum of Conceptual Art, San Francisco, CA. January 3, 1973. Invitation card. Black offset lithograph printed on white card stock. Very good condition. 4 x 6". MOCA. Tom Marioni, Director. Museum of Conceptual Art, San Francisco, CA. nd. Business card. Black offset lithograph printed on white card stock. Very good condition. 1.75 x 3.25". MOCA. Burt Arnowitz, Curator of Video. Museum of Conceptual Art, San Francisco, CA. nd. Business card. Black offset lithograph printed on white card stock. Very good condition. 2.25 x 3.5". Envelope is rubber stamped with holographic additions. The envelope is rubber stamped Peter M. van BEVEREN . . and ART INFORMATION CENTRE. Very good condition. 4.5 x 6.75". Film / Video; Performance Art.
$ 85.00 Ephemera Item# 8201w
PATRICK, TOM / VOID, FRANK / HEAVEN, HELEN / TORMEY, JOHN / ARTFOOT / ALEX / HOLT, HELEN / RONAN, STEPHEN / MARIONI, TOM / SCANTLEBURY, GLEN / HEYNEKER, JAN / BADGER, TIM / ROCKOLA / MALLOY, JUDY / SKRATZ, G.P. EAT IT UP #11. Tom Patrick, Berkeley, CA. December 1981.
Artist's periodical. Black and white. Photocopied. Flyer format. Folded. Edited by F. Void. Graphics by T. Patrick. Includes an editorial criticizing entry fee art shows and reviews art shows and performances in the Bay Area with work by T. Marioni, G. Scantlebury, J. Heyneker, T. Badger, Rockola, J. Malloy and G.P. Skratz. Contributing artists: J. Tormey, Artfoot, Alex, H. Holt and S. Ronan. Very good condition. Folded: 5.5 x 4.25". Unfolded: 11 x 8.5". "EAT IT UP WAS STARTED TO FILL THE EMPTINESS IN, THAT REGULAR MAGAZINES PERPETUALLY CREATE. EAT IT UP WILL BE PUBLISHED ONLY WHEN NEEDED." Reference: EAT IT UP #11. Tom Patrick, Berkeley, CA. December 1981.
$ 20.00 Book Item# 1200w
TONG, DARLENE / T.R. UTHCO (HALL, DOUG & PROCTER, JUDY & HALL, DIANE) / LORD, CHIP / GARNER, PHIL / SMITH, BARBARA / BURDEN, CHRIS / HERSHMAN, LYNN / BALDRIDGE, REA / FRIEDMAN, KEN / BANANA, ANNA / GAGLIONE, BILL / WICK, SUSAN / GAULKE, CHERI / FORTE, PAUL / GOULD, NORMAN / BAKER, MARY WINDER / RAPOPORT, DEBRA / CLEVELAND, BUSTER / GARNET, ELDON / SHARP, WILLOUGHBY / THOMAS, LEW / MARIONI, TOM / SKRATZ, G.P. / FOX, TERRY / ANTIN, ELEANOR / BURDEN, CHRIS / MONTANO, LINDA / SAPIEN, DARRYL / HINTON, MICHAEL ART CONTEMPORARY. RETROSPECTIVE ISSUE. Number 13, Volume 4(1). La Mamelle, Inc., San Francisco, CA. 1979.
Artists' periodical. Black printed on newsprint. Wrappers. Staple bound. Editor: C.E. Loeffler. Artists included: D. Tong, T.R. Uthco (D. Hall, J. Procter and D. Hall), C. Lord, P. Garner, B. Smith, C. Burden, L. Hershman, R. Baldridge, K. Friedman, A. Banana, B. Gaglione, S. Wick, C. Gaulke, P. Forte, N. Gould, M.W. Baker, D. Rapoport, B. Cleveland, E. Garnet, W. Sharp, L. Thomas, T. Marioni, G.P. Skratz, T. Fox, E. Antin, C. Burden, L. Montano, D. Sapien and M. Hinton. Very good condition. 11 x 8.5". 23 pages. Performance Art.