Interview took place at Alan Saret’s Spring Street studio on Nov. 17, 1970. Interviewer uncredited. The interview discusses the history of the space, how exhibitions are arranged, and how artists were chosen to exhibit their work. Pieces from the inaugural exhibition that took place Oct. to Dec. 1970 are pictured and reflected upon by the […]
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.
Interviewed by Liza Béar in December, 1971 and edited by Winsor and Béar.
Photos of Dilley throughout her career.
Description of several pieces by Bill Beckley.
Some biographical information about Brenda Miller and her description of the piece Verjonging.
Mention of when and where Chilean Nitrate of Soda Potash by Juan Downey was exhibited.
Chris Burden interview by Liza Bear.
Descriptions and illustration of the following pieces by Vito Acconci.
Deborah Hay invited the audience to present Circle Dance.
Interview by Willoughby Sharp.
Announcement of a new music group featuring Dickie Landry, David Lee, Robert Prado, Rusty Gilder, Richard Peck, Allen Braufman.
Announcement and description of the exhibition.
Tina Girouard and Suzanne Harris midnight rites at 112 Greene to celebrate the autumnal equinox.
Matta-Clark discusses how he came to his practice of working with buildings and his specific building cutting project at the Humphrey Street building, New Jersey.
Description of an exhibition at 112 Greene Street Gallery coordinated by Richard Van Buren.
Description of Suzanne Harris’s solo exhibition at 112 Greene Street Gallery.
Brief description of several pieces.
Description of two exhibitions at the gallery.
Advertisement for exhibition at the 112 Greene Street Gallery
Jeffrey Lew and 112 Greene Street Gallery receive an NEA grant.
Update on his activities.
Announcement of Rauschenberg’s solo show “Black and White Photographs Taken in the Last Three Years.”
Mention of Lew’s grant application to the New York State Council on the Arts.
Photographs by Cosmos of people at the exhibition “Videoperformance.”
Description of Two Contact Improvisation.
Willoughby Sharp interviewed members of the Phil Glass Ensemble following their July 10 concert at The Town Hall, New York.
Interview with Tina Girouard. Includes several photographs.
Brief bio and description of Isolation is Transparent performed during “Video Performance” at 112 Greene on January 15, 1974. Includes photos from the performance taken by Lorraine Senna.
Descriptions and documentation of several works by Bill Beckley.
Interview between Vito Acconci and Liza Béar.
Transcript from Wegman’s audiotape with video installation.
A dialogue between Sharp and his alter ego The Mighty Mogul, developed with Liza Bear.