Advertisement for “5 Evenings” jointly offered by the Museum School and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
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Update on Lachowicz’s activities.
Update on Bill Beckley exhibitions.
Images and captions from Casual Passers-by I Met by Braco Dimitrijevic.
Description of the Festival of Music and Dance, organized by Fabio Sargentini at the Galleria l’Attico, Rome.
Text of Joseph Beuys lecture at Documenta 5.
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Information and update on Fred Escher’s publishing and exhibiting activities.
Description of rickshaw supplying nitrogen. The project was financed and conceived by Smudge.
Advertisement for Gerald Byerley’s Tape II (Pre-Primal-Piece).
Update on activities.
Tina Girouard and Suzanne Harris midnight rites at 112 Greene to celebrate the autumnal equinox.
Advertisement for an exhibition of work by Gunderson & Clark at Holly Solomon’s 98 Greene Street Loft.
Advertisement for Hanne Darboven exhibition at Galleria Toselli.
Description of works by Hiro Kosaka.
Photos and description of Illustrated Time-Proscenium II.
Announcement of grant awarded to Fisher to live and work in Berlin.
Advertisement for the exhibition “Arena — dove sarei arrivato se fossi stato intelligente!”
Advertisement for the publication Object, Situation, Object 1969-1970 by Keith Sonnier.
Advertisement for Kounellis exhibition at Sonnabend Gallery. Includes photo of Viaggo, 1969.
Advertisement for the publication MUSDAN published by L’Attico.
Advertisement for an exhibition of work by Mel Bochner and Dorothea Rockburne at Galleria Marilena Bonomo, Italy.
Jeffrey Lew and 112 Greene Street Gallery receive an NEA grant.
McLean lists the major British rock musicians of the 1970s.
Announcement of the postponement of Bruce Nauman’s retrospective at The Los Angeles Museum of Art
Mention of Michalowska’s piece One Week: Residue of Events That Have Not Taken Place (illustrated).
Announcement of the installation.
Announcement of an upcoming solo show.
Announcement of the exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Update on Mike Metz’s activities.
Miss Mouse update.
ICAsm edited and designed by Giles Marking and Stacy Waddy.
Announcement of Nice Style’s performances in England and Norway.
Announcement of an exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia
Advertisement for a performance by Pandit Pran Nath, La Monte Young, and Marian Zazeela.
Interview done by Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar. Includes descriptions of several performances.
Advertisement for Philip Glass Music with Changing Parts.
Advertisement for photo-portraits by Malanga.
Advertisement for a sculpture exhibition of work by Richard Calabro at Max Hutchinson Gallery.
Mention of his activities after installing a piece at “Documenta 5.”
Advertisement for Hannah Wilke at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts Inc.
Skulpturen im Freien by Mark di Suervo were exhibited at the Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum.
Description of Two Contact Improvisation.
Advertisement for performance at John Weber Gallery.
Interview with Jannis Kounellis includes an exhibition history and illustration of several works of art.
Advertisement for the 12th annual St. Jude Competition Video Tape Invitational Oct. 3-29, 1972 at the De Saisset Art Gallery, University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, CA. Artists listed
Description and photo of the dance The Natural History of the American Dancer.
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.
Quote from Trisha Brown about her work.
Rückriem building his largest commission to date.
Update on Marcel Broodthaers including information on recent projects and exhibitions.
Description of feud between Gene Youngblood and Michael Shamberg.
Mention of an exhibition at Galleria l’Attico.
Mentions exhibitions at Sonnabend Gallery and 93 Grand Street.
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Advertisement for exhibition “Works on Videocassette” at Leo Castelli Gallery.
Advertisement for Willoughby Sharp’s availability as a guest lecturer on “the New Art.”
Interview conducted by Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp on Aug. 10, 1972 at 137 Greene Street.