Museum of Modern Art (New York)

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Alan Saret: Installation for Man, a Conversation with Willoughby Sharp

Saret discusses his three years spent in India, his experience as an artist in NYC, his process of creating several art works, and Alel, the religious organization he founded.

Body as Place – Moving in on Myself, Performing Myself

Descriptions and photos of the several video and performance pieces.

Body Works: A Pre-critical, Non-definitive Survey of Very Recent Works Using the Human Body or Parts Thereof

Essay by Willoughby Sharp on body art.

Diane Arbus at the Museum of Modern Art

Description of Diane Arbus’s first retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art.

Exhibitions: Robert Breer’s Osaka I

Description and photo of Breer’s piece Osaka I, mention of film screenings.

Great Balls of Fire, Inc.

Advertisement mentions films and the exhibitions at which they were shown.

Interviews: Carl Andre

Carl Andre interview with Avalanche. Includes photos and discussions of several works.

Klaus Rinke, Young Dusseldorf Sculptor

Photo of Klaus Rinke’s Rhine Water and mention of “Information” exhibition.

Liverpool Beach Burial

Update on artist Keith Arnatt.

Messages: Helio Oiticica Update

Brief mention of his work in the exhibition “Information.”

Messages: King for a Day by Bruce McClean

Mention of McClean’s piece.

Messages: Phil Glass Ensemble

Update on the activities of Glass and the Philip Glass Ensemble.

Richard Long Watching Hippopotami at the Central Park Zoo

Mention of Richard Long exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art.

Robert Irwin at the Museum of Modern Art

Description of a temporary piece by Irwin at the Museum of Modern Art.

Strike at the Museum of Modern Art

Brief discussion of a strike by the MoMA union (PASTA) at the Museum of Modern Art.

Ted Victoria’s Obscura Projections

Brief biographical information, description of Victoria’s obscura projection pieces, and mention of previous exhibitions.

The Last Slide from Green

Brief description of the Tremlett’s exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art.