Updates on artists’ activities, announcements of exhibitions, performances, and publications
Description of “Soup & Tart” a program organized by Jean Dupuy.
Announcement of a show of northern Californian artists.
Announcement of the premier of David Lamelas’ film.
Announcement of a month long series of solo shows entitled “7 Exhibitions” organized by Michael Compton and held at the Tate Gallery. Artists include Keith Arnatt, Michael Craig-Martin, Bob Law, David Tremlett, Hamish Fulton, Joseph Beuys and Bruce McLean.
Announcement of the conference theme and location.
Description of the removal and subsequent reinstallation of Wegman’s contribution to the exhibition 9 artists/9 spaces in Minneapolis, MN.
Description of the Canadian non-profit art space.
Announcement of Denes’ show “Perspectives”.
Mention of Saret’s mailing inviting people to 54 Leonard St., NYC.
Description and photo of Ghosthouse.
Description of the exhibition and a brief exhibition history and description of each artist’s oeuvre.
Description and photograph of Alice Aycock’s Tropico de Cancer.
Announcement of exhibition at 72 Market Street, Venice CA.
Mention of recent works by Ruppersberg.
Description of Alphabet, performed at the Emanuel YMHA (New York City) on January 31.
Mention of the exhibition “American Woman Artist Show” which took place at Kunsthaus Hamburg, April 14-May 14, 1974. includes list of participating artists.
Announcement of the opening of a new gallery in Seattle.
Update on Lachowicz’s activities.
Mention of films Blue Movie and Specimen Days.
Mention of Brian O’Doherty’s appearance on Art Access Media to discuss videotape art.
Description of a Westdeutscher Rundfunk public television special called “Art and Anti-Art”.
Announcement of a video show at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN.
Announcement of the opening of Artists Space.
Description of the rock theater group comprised of New York City based artists.
Description of and still from an untitled film shot by Jim Melchert.
Update on Rainer’s activities.
Description of Graves’s film Aves: Magnificent Frigate Bird, Great Flamingo (1973).
Mention of a December performance of The Natural History of the American Dancer: Lesser Known Species at St. Mark’s-in-the-Bouwerie.
Description by Smith of her performance A Week in the Life of…
Description of the making of a pyramid piece in California.
Brief discussion of several pieces by Bas Jan Ader. Includes a statement by the artist.
Announcement of a Bas Jan Ader piece at Art & Project.
Announcement of Ader’s exhibition “In Search of the Miraculous”.
Mention of a recently completed documentary.
Photo and description of the piece Two Part Invention.
Description of several pieces by Bill Beckley.
Update on Bill Beckley exhibitions.
Description of Similarities and Differences, a street performance by Bill and Stephen Beirne.
Some biographical information about Brenda Miller and her description of the piece Verjonging.
Update on Buckminster Fuller’s summer activities and a description of the World Game.
Mention of Carl Andre show at the Guggenheim Museum.
Mention of Carl Andre’s WBAI donation.
Description of Carp, an art venture formed by Barbara Burden and Marylin Nix.
Description of the Centro di Documentazione Internationale headed by Mario Giorgi.
Photo and description of the piece Dreamy Nights.
Description of several pieces by Burden including You’ll Never See my Face in Kansas City, Bicycle Riding Piece, and I Became a Secret Hippy.
Description, photo, and price of Burden’s B-Car.
Description of Burden’s performance piece.
Description and photograph of Dead Man performed by Chris Burden at Riko Mizuno’s gallery on Sunday, Nov. 12.
Mention of a series of performances enacting Boltanski’s childhood.
Describes the exhibition “Circuit: A Video Invitational” curated by David Ross. Includes list of venues and participating artists.
Location for a clay dwelling piece.
Description of several works.
Description of the international group exhibition “Contemporanea.”
Instructions for a dance.
Description and photographs of the Today Series of Date Paintings by On Kawara.
Announcement of David Askevold’s first solo show.
Announcement of Ross’s new job.
Brief description of works to be shown at Tremlett’s exhibition.
Deborah Hay invited the audience to present Circle Dance.
Description of the Festival of Music and Dance, organized by Fabio Sargentini at the Galleria l’Attico, Rome.
Description of Diane Arbus’s first retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art.
Announcement of a new music group featuring Dickie Landry, David Lee, Robert Prado, Rusty Gilder, Richard Peck, Allen Braufman.
Dieter Roth update.
Announcement of an exhibition at Galerie Yvon Lambert.
Description and discussion of Artist’s Reserved Rights Sale Agreement.
The exhibition “Projects Outside Art” described.
Announcement that Wegman lost interest in creating his piece.
Stills and description of the Terry Fox film Turgescent Sex.
Photo of Esposito’s postcard announcement for a performance at Pasquale Trisorio.
Brief description of an exhibition organized by Antonio Mercader in Del Tint, Banyoles, Girona, Spain.
Lists exhibitions by Brenda Miller and others.
Description of the television exhibition “Identifications” organized by Gerry Schum on November 30, 1970.
Description of the performance piece Isolation Unit by Joseph Beuys and Terry Fox.
Exhibition at the Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA. February 11-March 7, 1971.
Announcement of the exhibition “For the People,” organized by Whoever.
Announcement of the exhibition “Earth, Air, Fire, Water: Elements of Art”.
Announcement of the exhibition “Formulation” at the Addison Gallery of American Art.
List of showings of Hard Core (1969).
Announcement of the exhibition “Twenty Six Contemporary Women Artists” organized by Lucy Lippard.
Information about a few Kos projects.
Description and photo of Breer’s piece Osaka I, mention of film screenings.
Description of the film Cut-Off (1974-75) by Mary Miss with camera and editing by Bill Gordy. Includes a still from the film.
Description of the film Pine Barrens (1975) by its creator, Nancy Holt.
Description by Piersol of her film Left-Hand Throw. Includes stills from the film and a discussion of her creative process. Also mentions In the Wake of… to be show at the Idea Warehouse on July 7.
Description of the unofficial opening of the artist run restaurant Food.
Announcing upcoming exhibition at Sidney Janis’s 57th street gallery.
Description of an exhibition in Spain. Abad listed as a participant.
Information and update on Fred Escher’s publishing and exhibiting activities.
Brief description of the exhibition “19 Berggasse: The Office and Antiquities of Dr. Sigmund Freud, Vienna, 1938”.
Description of several performances by Neil Evans.
Brief description of the creation of works in Myers’ show.
Updated hours of Fabio Sargentini’s gallery.
Announces Terry Fox solo show at Reese Palley Gallery, San Francisco. Includes photos of works by Fox.
Description of galleries located in the gallery arcade, “Le Bailli,” Belgium.
Photo and description of Pasadena Freeway Stills by Beydler.
Information about the filmmaker Gary Woods.
Description of rickshaw supplying nitrogen. The project was financed and conceived by Smudge.
Announcement and description of the exhibition.
Update on activities.
Mention of the exhibition “Bloody Life: Selections from the Collection of Dorothy and Herbert Vogel.”
Photo and description of Underneath the Arches performed by Gilbert and George.
Tina Girouard and Suzanne Harris midnight rites at 112 Greene to celebrate the autumnal equinox.
Hydler describes her artist books.
Description and photograph of Gordon Matta-Clark’s piece Museum shown at the Bykert Galler, 24 E. 81 St. NYC, in June.
Description of an exhibition at 112 Greene Street Gallery coordinated by Richard Van Buren.
Brief description of a performance by Gunderson & Clark at Holly Solomon’s 98 Greene Street Loft.
Summaries of events at the gallery over its first eighteen months of existence.
Description of Hanne Darboven’s oeuvre and mention of a retrospective.
Description and illustration of Breder’s Eclipse II.
Description and photo of the exhibition “Happenings and Fluxus” which took place at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in 1970.
Description and photo of Fireman’s Fountain which took place on May 17, 1975.
Description of Suzanne Harris’s solo exhibition at 112 Greene Street Gallery.
Biographical information and description of artistic practice of Ulrike Rosenbach.
Drawing of Henry F. Odell by Lil Picard.
Description of works by Hiro Kosaka.
Mentions several works by Galligan.
Description and illustration of a piece from Goldstein’s solo show at the Pomona Art Gallery.
Brief description of several pieces.
Descriptions of several Jaime Davidovich projects.
Lists recent exhibitions and projects.
Describes FBI raid and subsequent arrest of Jaroslav in Boston.
Description of two exhibitions at the gallery.
Update on activities of Jennifer Bartlett and Joel Shapiro.
Quotes from art theoretician Jindrich Chalupecky on the Czech artists Eva Kmentova and Hugo Demartini.
Description of works by Joan Jonas and Barbara Lloyd.
Mention of several projects by Joan Jonas.
Announcement of grant awarded to Fisher to live and work in Berlin.
Announcement of concert by Gibson at the Kitchen.
Description of Beuys’ I Like Amerika, Amerika Likes Me
Heyward describes her performance piece Ma I Am Huh.
Description of a dance piece by Barbara Dilley and Tina Girouard.
Sonnier will represent the US at the Venice Biennale.
Keith Sonnier update.
Description of Send/Receive/Send a collaboration with Keith Sonnier and Mabou Mines.
Photo of Klaus Rinke’s Rhine Water and mention of “Information” exhibition.
Mention of art opening of Boyd Elder’s plastic paintings at his studio in Venice, CA.
Announcement that Laddie Dill represented by Sonnabend Gallery.
Discussion of Lawrence Weiner’s film A First Quarter.
Mention of Weiner’s exhibition “From Major to Minor/From Small to Large (Often Found) Within the context of Effectiveness” at the Claire S. Copley Gallery, Los Angeles, in November and his current film project. Daniel Buren also showed at Copley. Additional information about the gallery here.
Letter from Gabor Attalai to Avalanche.
Drawing of a face.
Update on artist Keith Arnatt.
Announcement of a Lothar Baumgarten exhibition at Konrad Fischer Galerie, Düsseldorf.
Darling divorced from his wife at Womanspace.
Update on Luis Fernanda Benedit and Centro de Arte y Comunicacion (CAYC).
Brief description of a current project by Mac Adams.
Announcement of a Man Ray retrospective at the New York Cultural Center.
Announcement of an exhibition and subsequent catalogue by Broodthaers.
Photo of Duchamp and announcement of a retrospective at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Description of Nordman’s solo show at Galleria Toselli, Milan.
Illustration and description by Nordman of Saddleback Mountain.
Mention of exhibition at Henri 2, Washington D.C.
Short bio and brief exhibition history of the artist Mary Miss.
Shaffer describes a sidewalk piece included in the exhibition “Garbage for Your Eye” show at Greenfield Community College, Mass.
Description of unrealized piece entitled Long Distance Touch.
Announcement of a Muybridge exhibition of photographs.
Dee-Dee and the Artistics perform at New Age Chit-Chat Cantina.
Results from the auction of the collection of Robert Scull at Parke Bernet
List of some films projected in the exhibition.
Announcement of the exhibition “San Francisco Bay Area Artists’ Work on Videotape” that was shown at the non-profit artist’s space And/Or.
Jeffrey Lew and 112 Greene Street Gallery receive an NEA grant.
Announcement of A Pedestrian Diversion performed by Bill Beirne on the east sidewalk on Mercer St., NYC.
McLean lists the major British rock musicians of the 1970s.
Update on his activities.
Mention of the artist group Anarchitecture.
Tapes from Italy and Texas shown at Anthology.
Mention of his contribution to “Art in Process” .
Rumor that Elizabeth Taylor planned to star in his next movie.
McCall won the Belgian prize for his film Line Describing a Cone.
Announcement of the publication of the booklet From Around a Lake by Richard Long published by Art & Project.
Description of Garfinkel’s sculpture Late Model Sukkah.
Announcement of Bryant’s street works in the Copenhagen underground newspaper.
Memory by Bernadette Mayer on view at 74 Grand Street.
One Four Channel and One One Channel Video Works shown Feb. 15-29 at the Kitchen.
Announcement of a spring show at Reese Palley Gallery, San Francisco.
Mention of photos of Brigid Polk impersonating Larry Poons.
Announcement of “Bruce Nauman: work from 1965-1972″.
Announcement of the postponement of Bruce Nauman’s retrospective at The Los Angeles Museum of Art
Candid Rowboat being played on Manhattan Public Access Dec. 15. Illustrated.
Description of Through the Night Darkly by Chris Burden.
Quote about conceptual art from Chris Cook, the director of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.
Announcement of Rauschenberg’s solo show “Black and White Photographs Taken in the Last Three Years.”
Brief mention, working on a film on sunlight.
Listing of artists heading to Rome, Italy for the Nov. 28 opening of the exhibition Contemporanea.
Daniel Buren executing works around New York City.
Brief description of the movie.
Update on David Medalla, Philippine artist and editor of Signals (London).
Update on Oppenheim’s artistic activities.
Mention of Michalowska’s piece One Week: Residue of Events That Have Not Taken Place (illustrated).
Karl Katz resigned from the Jewish Museum on February 2.
Announcement of the installation.
Announcement of Gill’s death by electrocution while rehabbing his loft in SoHo.
Announcement of a solo performance of “Gestures in Red”.
Mention of Ruscha retrospective.
Announcement of American participants in the exhibition “Eighth Paris Biennale”.
Mention of Eleanor Antin’s 100 Boots Outside.
Mention of Emmerson’s group Messiah which performs weekends at the Mercer Street Kitchen.
Mention of Gerald Hayes’s solo show at the Laura Knott Gallery.
Mention of upcoming exhibition at Sonnabend Gallery, New York.
Announcement of a book about Gilbert and George published by Kaster and Walther Konig.
Gilbert & George tour Germany in October to perform Underneath the Arches.
Description of a piece by Gino de Dominicis shown at Galleria L’Attico.
Announcement that Glass and Wilson plan on collaborating on an opera in Iran.
Mention of bone dinner Matta-Clark served at Food on Feb. 20.
Update on his activities in Italy.
Haus-Rucker-Co. and Cooper Union were recipients of a monetary award to develop rooftop projects in New York.
Announcement of an outdoor musical videopiece staring Dee d’Orazio. Special thanks given to the Jan Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, Holland.
Announcement of a performance of RADMA WAAD.
Brief description of a daily changing exhibition entitled “One Century in One Year” at Konrad Fischer’s Galerie.
Quote on never exhibiting art again.
Announcement of the opening of Galerie Paul Maenz.
Brief mention of his work in the exhibition “Information.”
Update of the Cockettes.
Mention of Fried’s exhibition “All My Dirty Blue Clothes” at Reese Palley Gallery, San Francisco.
Photo of Ikka Juhani Takalo-Eskola’s work.
Announcement of an upcoming solo show.
Mention of an exhibition of Scanga’s work in the basement of the Woods-Gerry Gallery
Announcement of Jackie Ferrara’s show at AM Sachs Gallery.
Announcement of the exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Mention of Lew’s grant application to the New York State Council on the Arts.
Announcement of new work at John Weber Gallery.
Announcement of a performance of Endless Drawing.
Announcement of spring show at Konrad Fischer Galerie, Dusseldorf.
Update on tour of Germany and Holland.
Announcement of Coplans’s appointment as editor of Artforum.
Brief mention of book project on Andy Warhol.
Description of the piece Outline of the Library of Congress Classification at Protetch-Rivkin Gallery, Washington D.C. in January.
List of cities hosting the Kosuth retrospective.
Brief description of Juan Downey’s project.
Update on his activities.
Description of Robert Grosvenor’s Kinetic Ocean Piece.
Mention of McClean’s piece.
Mention of confiscation of artwork from Dieter Roth’s exhibition “Staple Cheese (A Race)”.
Brief description of Stark’s exhibition “In the Merry Month of May/Larry Crossed the USA/Ate McDonalds All the Way/Tells His Story Day by Day.”
Update on activities.
Mention of a movie that will feature Van Schley, Richard Dreyfus, and Shelley Winters.
Photo from Ontani’s series of self portraits as historical figures.
Announcement of Amaya’s rescinding the director position at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
Mention of Merz’s exhibition of Fibonacci tables and the drawings on which they are based.
Mention of a drum duel between Walter de Maria and Max Neuhaus.
Update since completing the piece Actual Size at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Update on Mike Metz’s activities.
Miss Mouse update.
Mention of several movies to be shown at Anthology.
Brief description of Deborah Hay’s book.
Announcement of the appointment of Leavitt to head an NEA grant panel.
ICAsm edited and designed by Giles Marking and Stacy Waddy.
Brief description of Harrison’s contribution to the exhibition “Earth, Air, Fire, Water: Elements of Art”.
Photo published and mailed to supporters.
Announcement of Nice Style’s performances in England and Norway.
Panamarenko rose five feet off the ground for fifteen yards.
Update on activities.
Ira Joel Haber and John Perreault collaboration at the Lenox Art Center, Mass.
Update on the activities of Glass and the Philip Glass Ensemble.
Announcement of the concert event “Environments III”.
Quote from a postcard from Gilbert & George.
Brief description of an exhibition at the Woods-Gerry Gallery.
Brief description of Ferrer’s solo environmental show at the University of Pennsylvania Institute of Contemporary Art.
Brief description of a concert featuring Richard Landry.
Announcement of a sculpture on exhibit at Art & Project.
Announcement of show in April, 1975.
Mention of pieces shown May 13-27 at a “dealerless” space at 10 Bleeker Street, NYC.
Announcement of Robert Smithson’s death, along with a photographer and pilot, by plane crash on the site of Amarillo Ramp on July 20.
Listing of Whitman’s salary as Billy Kluver’s assistant at E.A.T.
Mention of a performance of Long Island Maneuvers.
Description of videotape production assistance offered, includes list of artists with whom they have worked.
Announcement of Induction a solo show by Billingsly at the Whitney Museum Art Resources Center.
LeWitt showed Wall Drawings, Sculpture at MIT’s Hayden Gallery, Feb. 28-March 26.
Announcement of pieces in Art & Project’s 32nd bulletin.
Brief description of the exhibition “The Book Stripped Bare” held at Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra University.
Announcement of the exhibition of Wall Pieces.
Mention of a summer exhibition at Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris of works by General Idea, Image Bank, and the New York Corres-Sponge Dance School of Vancouver.
Brief description of Christo’s Valley Curtain Project.
Vito Acconci mentioned in the Messages section of Rumbles.
Description of Anniversary Waltz performed by Vito Acconci at Galleria Schema, Florence.
Announcement of Wegman solo show at the Pomona Art Gallery.
Jackie Winsor and Marty Greenbaum won the dance marathon that took place on March 2 at Joe LoGiudice’s.
Description of “This is Not Here” an exhibition at the Everson Museum, Syracuse.
Description of Harvey’s one-man exhibition at Verelst-Poirier Gallery, Antwerp.
Rameau’s Nephew by Diderot (Thanx to Dennis Young) by Wilma Schoen, 1974 was screened.
Postcard from Susan Mogul.
Describes opening exhibitions of the Museum of Conceptual Art, 86 Third Street, San Francisco, CA.
Photo of the Cockettes performing Madame Butterfly at the Museum of Conceptual Art, San Francisco on May 18, 1970. Photo by Barry Klinger.
Announcement of an exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia
Description of the exhibition “The New Realists 1960/1970” .
Announcement of publications by Kathy Acker and Constance DeJong.
Description of the “New York to Chicago” show in the Mies Van der Rohe office tower and plaza in Chicago.
Mention of and still from Crease Crisis.
Description of the college. Includes mention of visiting artists, student work, local galleries, and artworks.
Announcement of objects by Neil Jenney used in Merce Cunningham’s work Objects, performed at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Announcement of Kawara’s solo exhibition at Cusack Gallery, Houston.
Announcement of the opening of the 98 Greene Street Loft gallery.
Announcement of Otto Piene’s appointment as director of MIT’s Center for Advanced Visual Studies.
Announcement of the opening of Robert Self’s gallery P.M.J. Self & Co. Ltd. at 10 Haunch of Venison Yard, London. The first exhibition is of works by Bruce Nauman.
Mention of Paul Cotton’s arrest at the Pepsi-Cola Pavilion at Osaka World’s Fair.
Announcement of the publication Art Deco – Forms Between Two Wars 1920-1940.
Brief description of architecture projects and upcoming exhibitions.
Announcement of festival being staged in Covent Garden by the Arts Council of Great Britain.
Descriptions and publication information about several art and artist books.
Discusses the recording and performance of the pieces Music in 12 Parts and Music with Changing Parts, and performances at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and the Whitney Museum.
Announcement of a poetry reading by art critics at the Marian Locks Gallery.
Describes the alternative art space Project, Inc.
List of catalogues and books recently published.
List of new books by artists, catalogues, periodicals, and video. Includes publication and ordering information.
List of recent publications: books by artists, exhibition catalogues and periodicals.
List of new artists’ books, art books, catalogues, periodicals, and books on video.
List of recent artists’ books with publication information.
List of recent exhibition catalogues with exhibition date and venue information.
Mention of Paolini’s participation in “Formulations” at the Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass.
Announcement of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design press which will publish books of source material on contemporary artists.
List of recent periodicals with publication and subscription information.
Discussion of recent works and publications.
Listing of recent publications devoted to video art.
Mention of first meeting of Ray Johnson’s New York Correspondence School.
Brief description of the exhibition.
Description of several videotapes by Segalove.
Photo and description of a performance by Reindeer Work.
Baron explains his work done in honor of the American Bicentennial.
Mention of his activities after installing a piece at “Documenta 5.”
Mention of Richard Long exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art.
Robert Barry’s slideshow Defining of It was shown at Galerie MTL, Belgium.
Brief mention of Crumb.
Description of a temporary piece by Irwin at the Museum of Modern Art.
Description of Wade’s sculptural project The Bicentennial Map of the U.S.
Description of pieces rockanimal (illustrated) and Lyrical Computer.
Brief description of solo show.
Upcoming events at La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art.
Description of Animal Projection, performed at the Woods Gallery.
Announcement of the Sixth Guggenheim International Exhibition held February – April, 1971. Includes list of participating artists.
Skulpturen im Freien by Mark di Suervo were exhibited at the Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum.
Description of the exhibition Software.
Message on behalf of Avalanche to Winsor.
Description of Two Contact Improvisation.
Announcement of upcoming performance at the John Weber Gallery May 12, 13, 16, 17.
Brief discussion of a strike by the MoMA union (PASTA) at the Museum of Modern Art.
Description of the dance performance.
Information about the French photographer Tania Mouraud.
Photo and description of Initiation Room no. 2, created in Turin, 1971.
Description of Tape-Video Live a one hour video performance in the front room of Leo Castelli’s downtown gallery.
Brief biographical information, description of Victoria’s obscura projection pieces, and mention of previous exhibitions.
Description of the performance Cellar by Terry Fox at Reese Palley Gallery, New York.
Update on health.
Brief mention of O’Shea’s plans to execute a large-scale ecological project.
Brief description of the Tremlett’s exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art.
Description and photo of the dance The Natural History of the American Dancer.
Description of the exhibition “The San Francisco Performance” March 12-April 16 organized by Tom Marioni for the Newport Harbor Art Museum, CA.
Call for contributions to the “Third Women’s Video Festival”.
General information about the artist, mention of solo exhibition at Konrad Fischer Gallery.
Description of “This is Your Roof!” an exhibition of video work shown at the international art festival Meetings in Pamplona Spain, June 26-July 6.
Description of works by Tim Johnson.
Brief description of the Triennale-India and an exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. Includes list of participating artists.
Quote from Trisha Brown about her work.
Mention of performances at Sonnabend Gallery of Spanish Dancefrom March 27-31.
Brief mention of current project.
Truman Capote update.
Brief descriptions of Social Sciences 127 (1967) and Llanito (1972).
Rückriem building his largest commission to date.
Update on Marcel Broodthaers including information on recent projects and exhibitions.
List of performances, films, and dance pieces by Yvonne Rainer.
Description of Lüthi’s art and a brief exhibition history.
Mention of Rochester Light Switch.
Description of Juan Downey’s video art circus.
Description of a video program produced by Muntadas.
Description of feud between Gene Youngblood and Michael Shamberg.
Mention of an exhibition at Galleria l’Attico.
Announcement of an upcoming residency at the Nova Scotia College of Art.
Photo and description of the piece Claim, performed by Vito Acconci on Sept. 10.
Update on artistic ventures.
Mention of Burrough’s reading at the Cinematheque.
Leavitt describes the performance A Proof of Infinity performed by Gail Gorgano.
Mentions exhibitions at Sonnabend Gallery and 93 Grand Street.
Mention of several works.
Brief description and photo of Three Speeds, Three Temperatures.
Description of Winsor’s first solo show at the Paula Cooper Gallery.
Photo and description of sculpture Masai II.
Announcement of the first exhibition of conceptual art at the Women’s Interart Center, New York.