Stuttgart/London/Reykjavik: Edition Hansjörg Mayer, 1974. An enlarged version of the book published by the Copley Foundation, Chicago, 1965, consisting of 40 sheets of varied paper stock in different sizes, mostly printed on both sides, folded or collaged, printed offset and letterpress, contained in a printed card box (23x17cm.). Edition of 1000 copies (of which 100 were signed and numbered by the artist). "Diter Rot's unique talents suggested, when the idea of devoting a Copley monograph to his work was first discussed, that the Rot book could be art, in his terms, rather than a critical evaluation..... More about Gesammelte Werke Band 12 (Collected Works Volume 12
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London: Edition Hanjsörg Mayer, 2003. First edition. Orange cloth. Lge. 4to. 340pp. Curated by Dirk Dobke. A complete catalogue of the 524 prints made by Roth between 1947 and 1998, each one reproduced in full colour. A pocket on the rear pastedown contains a numbered print titled "A Bunch of Flowers", limited to 100 copies and signed in the plate by the artist (#58/100). The book also includes texts by Roth, a section on his collaborations with other artists (Richard Hamilton, Arnulf Rainer, and others), and a chronological index. Very small bump to lower..... More about Graphic Works. Catalogue Raisonné 1947-1998
LA: self-published (1968), second edition, 1976. Sm. 8vo. Wrps., unpaginated (32 leaves). Illustrated with nine full-colour photographs of swimming pools, and one of a broken drinking glass. Faint offsetting to upper wrapper, o/w Very Good plus. Printed in an edition of 2000 copies. More about Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass
NY: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1980. First edition. Oblong 4to. Grey-green cloth titled in red. 96pp. SIGNED and dated by the artist in the year of publication on the front free endpaper. A collection of 84 drawings "of the artist's choice including those done with vegetable extracts and other media" (1962-1979). Full-page plates, most in colour, with two fold-outs. Also prints a 2pp. poem by Peter Schjeldahl "about a boulevard in Los Angeles" (Pico). Near Fine in dw. More about Guacamole Airlines and Other Drawings
London: Anthony d'Offay, 1998. First edition. 4to. Grey cloth. 48pp. SIGNED by Ruscha on the title page. Includes an illustrated biography/exhibition history, and a list of books, films and catalogues + 8 colour and 4 b/w full page plates, and 45 additional colour and b/w illustrations. Essays by Neville Wakefield and Dave Hickey. Fine in dw. More about New Paintings and a Retrospective of Works on Paper
Programme for the Salon de Refusés multi-media event held at the Ben Shahn Hall, William Paterson College, Wayne, New Jersey on April 13 (1973). Two quarto sheets, mimeographed on rectos only, each with central horizontal fold. The programme, named after the Salon des Refusés of 1863, included Charlotte Moorman playing "an ice cello"; a short colour film by Andy Warhol; a "sexy movie about straits"; and Anthony McCall "doing a 3 dimensional landscape in the cloister." Among those listed "In Attendance" were Gregory Battcock and "other great but modest people". Near Fine. More about SALON DE REFUSÉS (anti festival
Artist's postcard, inscribed in red by Schneemann ("A Happy New Year", with the printed year of 1972 altered to read 1973). Thin yellow card stock, printed in black. 14.9x21.1cm. Schneemann originally gave the card to performance artist and playwright Neil Hornick, whose name she has written out on the verso below her own address stamp (Hornick appeared in Schneemann's happening, 'Round House', at the Roundhouse in north London during the Dialectics of Liberation event in 1967). The card prints a collage by Schneemann featuring three photographs of her ice skating in the nude taken by her..... More about Kitch
NY: Documentext, 1979. First edition. Blue cloth. Oblong 4to. 281pp. + performance chronology + filmography + bibliography. Profusely illustrated throughout (including photographs by Erró, Peter Moore, Anthony McCall, and Harold Chapman). Edited by Bruce McPherson. Includes scores, descriptions, drawings, notations, and 250 photographs for 35 works from 1962 to 1978. Four chronological performance sections are each preceded by a selection of Schneemann's writings: letters, journals, as well as essays on performance, sexuality, and feminism. The final section includes contributions from Robert Kelly; Nam June Paik; Paul Blackburn; Dick Higgins; Eleanor Antin; Carl André; Philip Corner; Carol Bergé; Jonas..... More about More Than Meat Joy: Complete Performance Works & Selected Writings
NY: Max Hutchinson Gallery/Documentext, nd. (1983). First edition. Oblong 8vo. Blue cloth. Unpaginated (52pp.). Illustrated throughout with colour and b/w reproductions of the artist's work in various media. SIGNED and inscribed by Schneemann on the front free endpaper: "for Peter - catching up now + in future time, fondly, Carolee", dated "12 Nov 84 Berkeley" (Peter Selz was the founding director of the University Art Museum in Berkeley, California). A folded card announcing exhibitions, publications, film and video by Schneemann has been loosely inserted, bearing Peter Selz's address handwritten in red by her, postmarked 1992. The..... More about Early Work & Recent Work
NY: Franklin Furnace, 1982. 4tp. Wrps., 56pp. Illustrated. Ed. Martha Wilson. Special issue of The Flue (Vol. 2, #3), featuring two front covers, with 'Sex, Performance, and the 80's' on one side and 'L.A. London Catalogue' on the flip side. Franklin Furnace was founded in Manhattan by Martha Wilson in 1976 as an "alternate" space for artists to "find an audience outside of the mercantile, aesthetic, and temperamental hassles of the gallery-museum circuit" (Thomas B. Hess). It also served as a primary archive for artists' books. Contents of this double issue of The Flue, a...... More about SEX, PERFORMANCE, AND THE 80's
One of only five promotional colour photographic prints made of Babes in Toyland's 1992 'Fontanelle' album cover, SIGNED by the designer and photographer, Cindy Sherman, and all three band members, Lori Barbero, Kat Bjelland, and Maureen Herman. 46x46cm. Fine. Sherman first met the Minneapolis-based alt-rock band after attending several of their gigs in New York, later appearing as Bjelland's doppelganger in the video for their 1991 single (and the first track on 'Fontanelle'), 'Bruise Violet', which was partly shot in her SoHo loft. Her album cover image of a naked doll mannequin held up in front of a...... More about Babes in Toyland - 'Fontanelle'
London: Secker & Warburg, 1971. First UK edition. 8vo. Black cloth. 438pp. + 16pp. photo-insert. Dw. design by Steve Dwoskin. Anthology featuring contributions by Hans Richter; Jonas Mekas; Parker Tyler; Michael McClure; Stan Brakhage; Carolee Schneemann; Henry Geldzahler; Gene Youngblood; George Maciunas; Robert Kelly; the editor; and others. Photos include Harry Smith by John Palmer, and stills from films by Maya Deren; Kenneth Anger; Stan Brakhage; Ken Jacobs; Andy Warhol; Michael Snow; Hollis Frampton; and others. Near Fine in Very Good plus dw. More about Film Culture: The New American Cinema through the pages of its foremost film journal
Printed in red and blue on white stock, featuring a psychedelic design. 50.5x36.1cm. The Straight-Ashbury Viewing Society, an offshoot of the Straight Theatre on Haight Street, was set up by Albert Neiman and Woody Haut in July 1966, and their single eye logo adorned several announcements for the experimental cinema club. Near Fine. More about Original Straight-Ashbury Viewing Society poster announcing the Bay area premiere of the complete...
NY: James Cohan Gallery, 2002. 4to. Wrps., with dustwapper. Unpaginated. Illustrated throughout, with several colour plates tipped-in. A beautifully produced catalogue, designed by the Grenfell Press and issued to accompany the exhibition held at the James Cohan Gallery, September-October 2002. Introduction by Rani Singh; essay by Raymond Foye; interviews with Taaffe and Tomaselli by Foye and Singh; biography, bibliography, filmography, and discography. Near Fine in dw. One of 2000 copies. More about The Heavenly Tree Grows Downward: Selected Works by Harry Smith, Philip Taaffe, and Fred Tomaselli
5.4x6.5cm. The photograph originally formed part of four blocks, each consisting of four different images, entitled '16 Immortal Photos', intended by Smith for publication in Film Culture. They subsequently featured with three further prints in 'The Beautiful Book', published by Piero Heliczer's Dead Language Press in 1962. This separate print, the final image in 'The Beautiful Book', originates from one of the few surplus cut up blocks, and shows Smith in a full-length pose leaning against a wall on the steps beneath the Brooklyn Bridge, one of several publicity-style shots taken by Jacobs as part of Smith's attempt..... More about Vintage b/w photograph of Jack Smith by Ken Jacobs, c. late 1950s
6.5x6.5cm. The photograph originally formed part of four blocks of four different images, entitled '16 Immortal Photos', laid out by Smith and Zazeela in 1962 and intended for publication in Film Culture. The photo sessions began in late 1961, soon after Smith and Marian Zazeela first met, and about half of the photographs in 'The Beautiful Book', including this one, feature Zazeela. Numerous small format prints were made from these sessions, and they are among the few vintage photographs by Jack Smith to have survived. More about A vintage tableaux vivant photograph of Marian Zazeela (and another unidentified model wearing a...
B/w mimeograph. 28x21.6cm. Illustrated. Short, 1cm. closed tear to lower left edge, o/w Fine. The titles of the films screened are printed on the lower part of the verso (all of which feature Mario Montez [René Rivera]): excerpts from 'Flaming Creatures', 'Normal Love', and 'Pasty Glamor' by Jack Smith; 'Chumlum' by Ron Rice; 'Four Unseen Works' by Andy Warhol; 'Lil Picard's Beauty Environment of the Year 2165', 'The Mystery of the Spanish Lady', and 'Brothel: Tangiers Dream Cycle' by Bill Vehr. The event was organised by The Filmmakers' Cinematheque, whose ad. in The Village Voice two..... More about A double-sided flyer announcing "An Evening With Mario Montez Movies" at the Astor...
21.5x12.5cm. Printed in black on white paper stock, designed to resemble a queen of spades playing card. Fine. The screening was organised as a benefit for Jack Smith, who had previously been convicted of assaulting a police officer during a riot that ensued at the Broadway Central Hotel in New York following a benefit for two men busted for marijuana possession. Smith filmed 'Normal Love' in 1963, and began screening parts of it in 1964. It was also called, variously, 'Normal Sex', 'The Great Moldy Triumph', 'The Great Pasty Triumph', 'The Pink and Green Film', 'The..... More about A flyer announcing two screenings of 'Normal Love' at Anthology Film Archives, NYC, March 18/19...
Np: Table of the Elements/Audio ArtKive, 1997. CD (Audio ArtKive 01), approx. 58min. Archival recordings featuring musical accompaniment from Tony Conrad, John Cale and Angus MacLise, and, on 'Earthquake Orgy' (part of the soundtrack to 'Flaming Creatures'), brief vocal appearances from Kate and Piero Heliczer, Mario Montez, and Smith himself. Inlay blurbs from John Waters, Robert Wilson, and Laurie Anderson. Fine. More about Les Evening Gowns Damnées - 56 Ludlow Street 1962-1964, Volume I
Ed. Jonas Mekas. Also: front cover still of Beverly Grant in "A Lavender Filter Throughout" (A Concatenation of Jack Smiths) by Andy Warhol; Harry Fainlight; Storm De Hirsch; an interview with Bruce Conner; Gregory Markopoulos; the first printing of "Lens" by Frank Kuenstler; Stars of "New American Cinema" photo-section, featuring Warhol, Gerard Malanga, Naomi Levine, George Kuchar, Mike Kuchar, Beverly Grant, Jack Smith, Mario Montez, Barbara Rubin, Stan Vanderbeek, and others. Slightly rubbed, o/w Very Good plus. More about "Red Orchids" (5pp.), in FILM CULTURE #33 (NY: Summer 1964
London: Serpent's Tail/NY: ICA/P.S.I. Museum, 1997. First edition. 4to. Wrps., 266pp. Lavishly illustrated in b/w and colour throughout, including film stills, frame enlargements, photographs, drawings, collages, assemblages, and slide montages. Features essays by J. Hoberman and Ronald Tavel, among others, and commentaries from Stefan Brecht (originally published in 'Queer Theater', 1978), Susan Sontag (originally published in The Nation, April 1964), Jonas Mekas (originally published in The Village Voice, July 1970), Penny Arcade (originally published in Film Culture #76, June 1992), and others + chronology. Fine. More about Jack Smith: Flaming Creature. His Amazing Life and Times
Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1994. First edition. Lge. 8vo. Wrps., 295pp. Illustrated. Foreword by Louise Dompierre. A comprehensive anthology of published and previously unpublished writings, including essays, interviews, album cover notes, filmscripts and speeches. Bump to tail of spine, o/w Fine. More about The Collected Writings of Michael Snow
London: Black Dog Publishing, 2001. Sm. 4to. Wrps., 176pp. Printed on glossy paper, with numerous stills and photo-illustrations in colour and b/w throughout. Published to accompany the first major exhibition of Snow's work in Britain. Reprints texts by Snow and new essays by Martha Langford, AL Rees, Lucy Steeds, Amy Taubin, Malcolm Le Grice, Regina Cornwell, John Pruitt, and Kevin McNeilly. Also includes an interview with Snow by Catsou Roberts, and a 7pp. biography. Fine. More about almost Cover to Cover
Poster printed in blue on lightly textured cream stock, featuring a repeated image of a circular rorschach-like blot, probably enlarged from a single frame or film slide (36.7x23.6cm.); flyer printed in black on white paper, with a single 'blot' set against a geometric grid (28x21.5cm.). The flyer also announces the 'premiere preview of Spectro-Mach 1' on December 6 at the New Filmmakers' Cinematheque on West 41st St., NYC, which had relocated from Lafayette St. five days earlier. Both items Fine. Don Snyder's multimedia performances, involving complex combinations of film and slide projection, were inspired in part by the..... More about A small poster, together with the accompanying handbill, announcing "Filmmakers'...
West Glover, VT: Something Else Press, 1973. Ed. Jan Herman. First edition. 8vo. Wrps. (no hardcover issued), 235pp. Photo-offset. A diverse collection of concrete and visual poetry, conceptual art, instructions for musical pieces, drawings, interviews, prose, collages texts, comic strips, political statements, photographs, and more, and the only example of what was intended to be an annual anthology. The book's front cover gives an imaginative list of terms describing the contents, among them 'things seen', 'laughter', and 'occurrences', as well as 'poetry', 'prose', and 'interviews', and above them all, 'sound art', one of the earliest published instances of..... More about SOMETHING ELSE YEARBOOK, 1974
Original poster announcing the 24-Hour Happening at Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal, June 5, 1965. Printed offset in green and blue on white stock. 50.8x64.8cm. Prints an architectural plan of gallerist Rolf Jährling's villa/performance space, superimposed with a list of the six artists invited by him to perform in separate rooms for 24 hours: Joseph Beuys, Bazon Brock, Charlotte Moorman/Nam June Paik (who counted as one), Eckart Rahn, Tomas Schmit, and Wolf Vostell. The performance was scheduled to end at midnight on June 6, the 21st anniversary of D-day, though only Vostell ('The consequences of the Emergency Laws')..... More about 24 STUNDEN
London: March/April 1981-March 1982). 4to. Each 52pp.-68pp. Photo-illustrated. "The magazine is concerned to work with the space that exists between art discourse as art and art discourse as politics." Issue #1 includes an interview with Sally Potter and contributions from Gillian Swanson, Roberta Graham, Catherine Elwes (on Mona Hatoum), Maureen Paley, Malcolm Le Grice, Peter Gidal, Mike O'Pray, and others; #2 includes Patrick Keiller, Paul Burwell, Marguerite Duras, Cinema of the body; #3/4 includes Patrick Keiller, Peter Kennard, Michael O'Pray, Sylvia Harvey, and Lucy Moy-Thomas (on Humphrey Jennings). Upper wrapper of first..... More about UNDERCUT - The Magazine from the London Filmmakers' Co-op #1-4 (in three
Recommended Sourcebook 0401 + CD. London: ReR, 1994. 4to. Wrps., 112pp. Illustrated throughout (some colour). Ed. Chris Cutler. Includes contributions from Hugh Davies ("A History of Sampling"); Peter Blegvad; Michael Gerzon; Alan Jenkins; Roger Sutherland ("Graphics and Indeterminacy", 13pp.); Allen Ravenstine (a short story by the former Pere Ubu keyboard player); the editor; and others. The 18-track CD (76 mins.) features Cornelius Cardew, and Chris Cutler & Fred Frith, among others. Book Near Fine; CD as new (still shrinkwrapped). More about UNFILED: MUSIC UNDER NEW TECHNOLOGY
i) "QUELQUECHOSE" ("Something"). Printed offset in black on beige paper stock, recto only. 29x33.3cm. Announces (in translation) "20 happenings and scenic researches zen - fluxus and total art theatre. 1 recital of 5 action poems BY BEN AND BY PIERRE PONTANI 1 new and total (experimental) jazz and classical music concert. Old central vertical and horizontal folds, o/w Very Good plus. ii) "QUELQUECHOSE". Printed offset in red on beige paper stock, recto only. 28.8x33.1cm. States (in translation) "The World is Fantastic, be Fantastic! Play these 7 Total Theater Pieces right away", with a list of each of the..... More about Three posters anouncing 'Le Theatre Total - QuelqueChose', a multi-event Fluxus performance held...
London: Creation Books, 2004. Sq. 8vo. Wrps., 148pp. Photo-illustrated throughout. The work of Otto Mühl, Günter Brus, Hermann Nitsch, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Kurt Kren et al + filmography, bibliography. Near Fine. More about The Art of Destruction: The Films of the Vienna Action Group
NY: Random House, 1974. First edition. Sm. 4to. Red cloth. 336pp. Profusely illustrated with more than 300 stills, accompanied by detailed captions. Dw. front cover image of Milena Dravic, protagonist of 'WR: Mysteries of the Organism' (1971), a Yugoslav film "forbidden in its country of origin". This classic "book about the subversion of existing values, institutions, mores, and taboos" in modern cinema, especially the avant-garde and countercultural, was the culmination of the seventeen years the author spent running Cinema 16 in New York City, based on the notes he made on each film he saw. Vogel has described the..... More about Film as a Subversive Art
Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1965. First edition. 8vo. Wrps., 472pp. Profusely illustrated throughout, with numerous photographs of actions. German text. Documentation of work by, among others, Allan Kaprow; Lil Picard; Pierre Restany; Eric Andersen; George Brecht; Stanley Brouwn; John Cage; Robert Filliou; Dick Higgins; George Maciunas; Nam June Paik; Benjamin Patterson; Ben Vautier; Emmett Williams; Joseph Beuys; Bazon Brock; Jean-Jacques Lebel; Otto Mühl; Hermann Nitsch; and Wolf Vostell. Faint reading creases to spine, o/w a tight, Very Good plus copy. More about Happenings: Fluxus, Pop Art, Nouveau Réalisme
Eleven contributing editors, a mix of visual artists, poets and one musician: Richard Bernas, Susan Bonvin, David Coxhead, Andrew Eden, Susan Hiller, Anthony Howell, Anthony McCall, Richard Quarrell, Bill Shepherd, Amikam Toren, and John Welch (each one allocated an equal space in every other issue). 4to. Side-stapled wrappers made from heavy wallpaper (each individual copy was slightly different). Pagination varies (approx. 48pp.-52pp.); illustrated. Editions limited (200 copies of first issue, 260 copies of the following issues, of which 50 were signed by the contributors, although it's likely that fewer than this number were actually produced). #1 (September 1974)..... More about WALLPAPER #1-4 (London & New York: September 1974-September 1975
Halifax/Toronto: The Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design/Art Metropole, 1986. First edition. Lge. 4to. Green card wrps., with printed sticker affixed to front cover, 178pp. Edited by Benjamin H. D. Buchloh, with an accompanying essay by him. Designed by the artist and published on the occasion of Art Metropole's touring exhibition, 'Snow Weiner Nannucci'. The most complete publication on the posters produced by Lawrence Weiner, many of them designed for his own shows, as well as two for Factory Records, including New Order and Section 25 in New York. Minor wear at..... More about Posters November 1965-April 1986
Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1968. EvaTone Soundsheet in printed wrappers. First Edition. Square 8vo. 4pp., with 4 b/w illustrations and 2-sided EvaTone 331/3rpm red flexi-disc. Text by Jan van der Marck (concealed behind the record). The flexi contains audio documentation of Whitman's late '60s multi-media installations at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art, April-May 1968. Upper panel detached from sellotape binding (it was designed to be folded over to allow the record to be played), o/w Fine in Near Fine printed mailing envelope (disc unplayed). More about Sounds for 4 Cinema Pieces
4to. Stapled wrps., 40pp. (incl. cover). Illustrated. Ed. Ruth Iskin. The second of only three issues of this bi-monthly feminist art journal, published as an off-shoot of Womanspace, a co-operatively run gallery devoted to work by female artists that opened in January 1973 in Los Angeles in a converted laundromat on Venice Boulevard. Contributors include Judy Chicago and Barbara Smith, with articles on Romaine Brooks (known for her images of women in androgynous or masculine dress); Diane Arbus; the gallery's 'Female Sexuality/Female Identity Exhibition' (5pp.); news of the Feminist Studio Workshop opening in LA (founded by..... More about WOMANSPACE Vol. 1, #2 (Los Angeles: Womanspace, April/May 1973
Flyer advertising the all-night concert held at the Hardware Poet's Playhouse, NYC, on May 11, 1963, part of the month-long Yam Festival (May spelled backwards). Single sheet, duplicated in aniline purple on recto only. 27.9x21.6cm. The festival was conceived by George Brecht and Robert Watts, who invited Charlotte Moorman to organise a concert of new and experimental music as part of a continuous performance on May 11-12 ('YamDay') featuring about 140 works by 37 artists. The flyer lists the concert performers (as well as Moorman, they included Joseph Byrd, Max Neuhaus, and the dancer, Yvonne Rainer), and the..... More about YAM FESTIVAL
NY: Heiner Friedrich Editions, 1970. Second edition. Printed red card wrps. Unpaginated (112pp.+ 2 sheets loosely inserted). A pre-Fluxus anthology originally conceptualised as an issue of the magazine Beatitude East. It was edited by La Monte Young in 1961, and designed by George Maciunas, who first published it in 1963 with help from Jackson Mac Low. This second edition was published by Heiner Friedrich, an art dealer and collector who later helped co-found the Dia Art Foundation. Includes contributions from 24 artists, including George Brecht, Yoko Ono, John Cage, Dick Higgins, Terry Riley, Henry Flynt (the..... More about An Anthology
Printed offset in black on beige-coloured wove paper on both sides, featuring drawings and a short calligraphic text by Zazeela introducing La Monte Young. 27.8x10.8cm. The concert featured two works by Young, the premiere of 'String Trio' and 'Composition 1960 #7', the latter a solo piece performed by Charlotte Moorman at the composer's invitation. Faint horizontal crease to lower half, o/w Fine. More about Flyer designed by Marian Zazeela announcing a concert of music by La Monte Young at the Judson...
Original manuscript music score, transcribed in black ink calligraphy by Marian Zazeela, corresponding to an improvisatory performance by the Theatre of Eternal Music recorded on August 15, 1965 at Young and Zazeela's loft in New York City. Large sheet of graph paper (56x44cm.), divided into nine columns, forming a chart providing information about the frequencies and partials used, and listing the performers, La Monte Young (voice), Marian Zazeela (voice), Tony Conrad (violin), and John Cale (3-string drone and voice), each of whom are indicated by name in the left-hand margin, and by initial in the first column, 'Articulating..... More about The Day of the Antler 15 VIII 65 Tape of "The Obsidian Ocelot, The Sawmill and The Blue...
München: Heiner Friedrich, 1969. First edition. 8vo. Printed white glossy wrps., unpaginated. Illustrated, including several drawings by Zazeela. Contains "Lines", "Notes On The Continuous Periodic Composite Sound Waveform Environment Realizations of 'Map of 49's Dream The Two Systems of Eleven Sets Of Galactic Intervals Ornamental Lightyears Tracery' ", "Dream House", "Conversation With La Monte Young By Richard Kostelanetz", "The Soul Of The Word", "Lecture 1960", and "Poem to Diane (Wakoski)". One of 2100 copies (of which 98 were numbered and signed). Slight age-toning to wrappers, with a little faint spotting to extremities, o/w a tight, Near Fine copy. More about Selected Writings
Poster announcing performances of the 'Dream House' concert series and environment by The Theatre of Eternal Music at The Kitchen, New York City, April 29-May 5, 1974. SIGNED by La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela along lower edge, dated "92 I 10 nyc" (the black print makes the signatures difficult to discern). Printed offset; black ink reversal on white coated paper stock. 35.9x28.5cm. Dot-style all-over drawing surrounding title calligraphy with additional information in calligraphy below providing information on the dates and performers. The concert used special custom audio equipment designed by Robert Adler, Tony..... More about Dream House, 1974
Poster printed for the first two-month Dream Festival, held at the Dia Art Foundation, New York City, March 30-May 31, 1975. SIGNED by La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela along lower edge, dated "08 XI 75 nyc" (the black print makes the signatures difficult to discern). Printed offset; black ink reversal on white coated paper stock. 44.3x33.1cm. Heptagonal, dot-style design, with calendar below in black ink calligraphy; outer segments of heptagon prints the titles of the seven events and the names of each artist: Terry Riley, Jon Hassell, Pandit Pran Nath, La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela..... More about Dream Festival Calendar, 1975
Poster announcing the Dream House concerts and installation, the first event in the 1975 Dream Festival, held at the Dia Art Foundation, New York City, March 30-April 27, 1975. SIGNED by La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela along lower edge, dated "02 VIII 05 nyc". Printed offset; black ink on white matt paper stock. 43.2x27.9cm. Zazeela created seven variations of the heptagonal, dot-style for the Festival, with this poster reproducing the original drawing in its entirety. Paper unevenly sunned, with overall faint tanning, except along borders and four triangular corner sections. More about Dream Festival Dream House, 1975
Poster announcing a concert by The Forever Bad Blues Band at Kunst-und Ausstellungshalle, Bonn on August 9, 1992, the first public concert to be held at the venue. SIGNED by La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela (dated "92 VIII 9 Bonn"), and the other band members, Brad Cutler, Jon Cutler, and Jonathan Kane. Printed offset in black on semi-gloss white paper stock. 42x59.3cm. Design by 'Jon Wozencroft @ Neville Brody Design'. In a contemporary article on the band, Young wrote: "It may come as a surprise to some to find that I consider much of my music either..... More about The Forever Bad Blues Band