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Finding aid prepared by Julia Pelta Feldman, 2013. Accruals described by Alana Miller, 2013.
Machine-readable finding aid created by Julia Feldman.Description is in English.

Overview of the Collection

Creators: George Maciunas; Jon Hendricks; Gilbert Silverman
Title: The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection Archives
Dates: 1900-2013 (bulk dates: 1952-1988)
Quantity: Approximately 200 linear feet
322 5" manuscript boxes
2 2.5" manuscript boxes
33 9.75 x 12.25" clamshell boxes
16 5 x 12" card boxes
14 15 x 12" record cartons
10 6 x 12" CD boxes
9 22 x 26" flat boxes
5 14.5 x 18.5" flat boxes
3 flat files
2 31 x 23" flat boxes
2 19.5 x 25.5" flat box
2 16.5 x 20.5" flat boxes
2 4.5 x 8" box
1 17 x 21" flat box
1 15 x 19" flat box
1 12 x 17.25" flat box
1 15.25 x 17.25" flat box
1 12 x 12 x 12" box
1 4.5 x 10" box
1 plastic binder
Abstract: These papers comprise a portion of the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection. (The rest of the collection is housed with the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books and the Museum's Library). The Silverman Collection was built and organized by scholar Jon Hendricks starting c. 1977, working with collectors Gilbert and Lila Silverman. It grew into one of the world's largest collections of artwork, documentation, and published materials related to Fluxus, an international network of artists based primarily in New York in the 1960s and '70s, and particularly to its founder, George Maciunas (1931-1978). These papers contain documentation, artifacts, and artworks gathered by Hendricks for the Collection, as well as the administrative records produced in the process. The collected records include correspondence between artists, ephemera, documentation of Fluxus plans and events, as well as much material from the studio/estate of George Maciunas. The created records include correspondence, exhibition loan files, publication files, and other administrative documents.

Arrangement

The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection Archive was arranged by the archivist into ten series, with additional subseries divisions. Series I-VI and X primarily contain material collected by the Silverman Collection, while series VII-XI were primarily created by it. The material had been stored in multiple locations and was not well ordered when it arrived at MoMA, necessitating significant arrangement by the archivist.
The ten series are as follows:
Series I: Artists, Personalities, and Groups
Series II: George Brecht Notebooks
Series III: Dick Higgins Scrapbooks
Series IV: Event Files
Subseries IV.A: Event and Exhibition Ephemera
Subseries IV.B: Event Files
Series V: George Maciunas Papers
Subseries V.A: Correspondence
Subseries V.A.1: Original Correspondence from George Maciunas
Subseries V.A.2: Photocopy Correspondence to and from George Maciunas
Subseries V.B: Working Files
Subseries V.B.1: Working Files
Subseries V.B.2: Working Files Acquired from Nijole Valaitis
Subseries V.C: Studio Boxes
Subseries V.D: Art History Notes
Subseries V.D.1: Index Cards
Subseries V.D.2: Large Note Cards
Subseries V.D.3: Other Notes and Cards
Subseries V.D.4: Photocopies of Notes
Subseries V.D.5: Microfilm
Subseries V.E: Calendars
Subseries V.F: Fluxus Newsletters, Mailings, and Texts
Subseries V.G: Design Work: Fluxus and Personal
Subseries V.H: Design Work: Commercial and Other Projects
Subseries V.I: Personal and Family Material
Series VI: Fluxhouse Cooperatives
Subseries VI.A: Material Organized by Building
Subseries VI.B: Various
Subseries VI.C: Accounting
Subseries VI.D: Bills, Business and Junk Mail
Series VII: Silverman Administrative Files
Subseries VII.A: General Administrative Files
Subseries VII.B: Exhibition Loans
Subseries VII.C: Silverman Publications
Subseries VII.D: Image Permissions
Subseries VII.E: Accessions
Subseries VII.E.1: Accessions by Accession Number
Subseries VII.E.2: Accessions Alphabetical by Seller
Subseries VII.E.3: Purchase of George Maciunas Estate
Series VIII: Negatives and Contact Prints
Subseries VIII.A: Events and Photographs by George Maciunas
Subseries VIII.B: Michou Strauch-Barelli Contact Prints
Subseries VIII.C: Images of Collection Objects
Series IX: Sound and Video Recordings
Subseries IX.A: Jon Hendricks Interviews
Subseries IX.B: George Maciunas Record Library
Subseries IX.C: Other Sound and Video
Subseries IX.D: MoMA Fluxus Collection Interviews
Series X: Maciunas Studio Material
Series XI: Miscellaneous Publications and Working Material


Historical Note

George Maciunas and Fluxus

George Maciunas (born 1931 Jurgis Mačiūnas in Kaunas, Lithuania; died 1978 in Boston, Massachusetts)—artist, architect, designer, publisher, and consummate organizer—was the founder and guiding spirit of Fluxus.

Maciunas spent his early childhood in various sanatoria and homes for sickly children in Switzerland. When the Soviet army invaded Lithuania in 1944, the Maciunas family fled to Frankfurt am Main, Germany. In 1948 they were able to emigrate to the United States and settled in Levittown, Long Island. Maciunas studied graphic design and architecture at the Cooper Union School of Art from 1949 to 1952, and earned a postgraduate degree from there in 1953. He also studied architecture and music at the Carnegie Institute of Technology Pittsburgh from 1952 to 1954, earning a Bachelor of Arts in architecture in 1955. From 1955 to 1959, he studied art history at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. He would draw on these studies later during trips to Europe, sometimes with his mother, Leokadia Maciunas, with whom he remained exceptionally close throughout his life (his father, Aleksandras, died of cancer in 1954).

After brief employment as an architect, Maciunas worked as a graphic designer. In 1960, he opened the short-lived AG Gallery at 925 Madison Avenue with his friend Almus Salcius. It became an important exhibition and meeting space for the artists who would form Fluxus, though it closed the next year. Later in 1961, Maciunas moved to Wiesbaden, Germany under the employ of the United States Army, where, working as a designer and architect, he used his wages to fund the first Fluxus events.

The fundaments of Fluxus were rooted in the historical paradigms of Dada and the chance and indeterminate operations pioneered by composer John Cage. Originally planned by Maciunas in the early 1960s as a series of publications, Fluxus developed into an international network of artists active in the 1960s and '70s. Maciunas communicated with this network through frequent newsletters and mailings which would record Fluxus events and detail future plans. The activities of Fluxus, which centered around Maciunas as organizer of events and fabricator of artworks, focused primarily on the production and dissemination of artists' multiples and the presentation of festivals and concerts. Collective, performative, anti-institutional, and irreverent, many Fluxus artists sought to bridge the gap between different artistic media, as well as that between art and life.

The idea of Fluxus had already expanded beyond the printed page with the 1964 release of Fluxus 1, which was comprised of contributions from artists such as Ay-O, George Brecht, Shigeo Kubota, Ben Vautier, and La Monte Young. Fluxus's physical manifestations developed further into a series of "fluxkits," small artists' multiples contained in boxes. Maciunas would solicit ideas from artists and then design, fabricate, and distribute the kits. Maciunas also devoted himself from the early 1960s to a series of festivals and performance in both Europe and New York. Idealistic and ambitious, Fluxus was constantly evolving, with its various members often disputing Maciunas's self-asserted leadership (or, in turn, being "excommunicated" by him). Fluxus emerged as an uncompromisingly unique phenomenon, yet was also a vital component in the vibrant mix of conceptualism and performance that challenged established artistic paradigms in the 1960s.

History of the Collection

The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection (here also referred to as the Collection) began in c. 1977, when real estate developer and art collector Gilbert Silverman, who already owned a work by Fluxus artist Geoffrey Hendricks (Sky and Two Pairs of Pants, 1967), noticed some pieces by that artist for sale on the street in New York outside the René Block Gallery. Artist Brian Buczak (then Geoffrey Hendricks's partner), who was selling the works, explained that he and other artists were trying to raise money for the medical expenses of their friend George Maciunas, whose ill health would cause his death the following year. $1,000, Buczak explained, would be recompensed with the same value in Fluxus works. Silverman assented to the proposal, but had not heard of Fluxus. Buczak therefore introduced him to Jon Hendricks.

Jon Hendricks, along with Barbara Moore, was at that time joint proprietor of a store called Backworks, which exhibited and sold, among other things, Fluxus objects and ephemera. Jon Hendricks, brother of Geoffrey Hendricks, introduced Silverman to the movement, and began helping him and his wife Lila to collect everything produced by Fluxus. This led to a series of important exhibitions and publications which are documented in Series VII: Silverman Administrative Files.

The goals and principles of their collecting are discussed in a statement by Jon Hendricks below in the Scope and Content Note. Hendricks collected material—artworks, documentation, and publications—from artists and collectors the world over, and assembled them into a didactic collection, intended to illustrate the complete history of Fluxus.

For more information about the history of the collection, as well as Jon Hendricks's personal history, see IX.D.3 for a 2013 interview with Jon Hendricks.

Bibliography for historical note

Hendricks, Jon, ed. Fluxus etc.: The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan: Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, 1981.

Hendricks, Jon, ed. Fluxus Codex. Detroit, Michigan: Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection in association with H.N. Abrams, New York, 1988.

Kellein, Thomas. The Dream of Fluxus: George Maciunas, an artist's biography. London: Thames & Hudson, 2007.


Scope and Content

These records were collected and created by Jon Hendricks for Gilbert and Lila Silverman between c. 1977 and 2008, when the Collection was acquired by The Museum of Modern Art. They were intended to comprise, as nearly as possible, every work created by Fluxus and complete documentation of its activities. The Collection was built to tell, as fully as possible, the entire history of Fluxus; researchers interested in this are advised to begin with the Silvermans' many publications, from which they may determine a more focused course of research. This history is told through correspondence, ephemera, manuscripts, working material for projects, research conducted by Hendricks, and other documentation. Works of art are generally considered the province of the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, and thus reside with the Museum Collection. (For more information about how objects were divided between the three departments, see "The Collection at MoMA" below.)

The Archive also contains a great deal of documentation related to specific artists, particularly in Series I: Artists, Personalities, and Groups; not all of this documentation is explicitly connected to Fluxus. Holdings are particularly significant for George Brecht, Ken Friedman, Dick Higgins, Milan Knížák, Arthur Köpcke, and Ben Vautier. Researchers specifically interested in George Maciunas will find a wealth of resources in Series V: George Maciunas Papers.

Researchers interested in the historiography of Fluxus, the work of Jon Hendricks, and twentieth-century art collecting in general will wish to consult Series VII: General Administrative Files, for documentation of the Collection's growth and its various projects.

The Collection at MoMA

While the entire Silverman Collection is considered as a single entity, the Museum acquired it with the knowledge that it would be divided among three departments for administrative purposes. The Museum Archives is responsible for documents and other archival records; the Department of Prints & Illustrated Books manages works of art (here taken to include performance photographs, audio and video recordings of performances, and event scores); and the Museum's Library oversees books and other published material.

Because the nature of Fluxus deliberately challenges the above classifications, the Museum's task upon acquiring the Collection was to decide how to divide and apportion it to best serve its preservation and access through research and exhibitions. After the Collection's arrival at MoMA in 2009, a series of cross-departmental meetings was held to determine which categories would be ideally served by each department. This project challenged the Museum's basic assumptions about what constitutes an artwork versus a document, and the importance of maintaining the multiple identities of objects that may be both. The actual work of sorting the materials and assessing individual cases was done throughout processing, with collaboration among the three departments. There are some exceptions to the divisions above. (When neccessary, works of art were generally kept in the Archive for reasons of preserving context, while documentary artifacts were transferred to the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books when their exhibition value was considered exceptionally high). Intellectually, the three parts of the Collection remain a single grouping.

Upon the acquisition of the Silverman Collection, Jon Hendricks was hired for a five-year period as Consulting Curator to assist with its cataloguing and processing, as well as to organize exhibitions.

Statement by Jon Hendricks regarding the genesis and development of the Silverman Collection

Jon Hendricks was asked by the archivist to prepare a statement about the creation of the collection:

The idea was to make a collection of a movement. It didn't start out that way. Initially Gilbert Silverman was interested in making a collection of Fluxus Editions. This fairly quickly gave way to a broader objective when some prototypes for Fluxus Editions, Fluxus publications, and posters and relics of Fluxus performance became available. Also it quickly became apparent that the traditional definitions of an artwork didn't apply to Fluxus. So like a spider and her web, flies and moths, insects of many sorts began to be attached to the net. "Art" vs. "not art" was not a criteria. What became a criteria was whether it was Fluxus or not. To us, a scrap of paper by George Maciunas with plans for a Fluxus concert or one with ideas for Flux Cabinet were just as important as finding a variant version of Jock Reynold's Potentially Dangerous Electrical Device, a Fluxus Edition. We made no distinction between letters by George Maciunas to Fluxus artists, and photographs of Fluxus performances by Bruce Flemming; between drawings by Arthur Kopcke and scores by George Brecht; big or small, fragile or durable, as long as something was Fluxus or directly related to Fluxus, we considered adding it to the collection. My idea was to try to gather as much material as possible, so that in the future, people could look at the movement from many angles, many points of view, and arrive at a notion of what the movement was about. I would use the word "triangulate" to describe my intent. The Silvermans were always supportive in this, rarely deciding not to acquire something that I would recommend, and in fact, they added many very important pieces to the collection from their own searchings—material of Hi Red Center; numerous pieces of Milan Knizak, Joe Jones, George Brecht, Takako Saito and many more. To me, correspondence, photographs, notations, newspaper clippings, sound recordings, film, notebooks, scores, sketches, posters, flyers, programs, newsletters, journals, editions, constructions, relics, were all essential parts of the collection. They all formed a part of the Fluxus movement and were the "Art", are the art.

What was not collected for the most part were non-Fluxus works by Fluxus artists; material created, or documenting activities after George Maciunas' death in 1978; material of not Fluxus groups and artists who parallel Fluxus, but there are a number of exceptions. We have extensive material of the Aktual group and Milan Knizak; Arthur Kopcke and the gallery Kopcke; Dick Higgins and the Something Else Press; Japanese avant-garde especially Kunihara Akiyama and Toshi Ichiyanagi's graphic score show; Willem De Ridder's activities in Amsterdam beyond the European Mail Order Warehouse/Fluxshop; Ben Vautier, Art Totale and Laboratoire; Knud Pedersen, Yoko Ono, George Maciunas and more.

Gilbert Silverman would always advise "Focus!" In other words, don't get sidetracked by material that had little relationship to Fluxus. The possibilities were too vast and frequently very tempting.

We organized the collection in several logical and functional ways, unencumbered by notions of "Art" and "not Art"; "archival" and "works". First, material was arranged by artists, and Fluxus Collective, or group pieces—Alocco to ZazeelaandFluxus Collective. Then, the performance material was organized by date and event:

June 9, 1962, Kleinen Sommerfest, Galerie Parnasse, Wuppertal to May 13, 1978 Flux Funeral for George Maciunas, 80 Wooster Street, New York City.

We maintained Artists Files A to Z, and collection files about purchases, exhibitions, and correspondence related to the collection. Some material was stored by medium or subjects: sound tapes and films, Fluxhouse cooperatives, photographic negatives, George Maciunas correspondence, George Maciunas' working material to assemble Fluxus Editions, the Library, Flat Files, small three dimensional objects. Then there were materials gathered together for projects that we were working on: scores and notations and related material for a planned two-volume work as a companion to the Fluxus Codex; George Maciunas' photographic work for a planned exhibition to be curated by Benjamin Buchloh; Fluxhouse Cooperatives for a book being worked on. There was material that was being kept together that needed to be catalogued and re-filed, especially material from George Maciunas' Estate; purchases from Harry Ruhé, Gallery 360?, John Hunov, Knud Pedersen, Jonas Mekas, Monika Kinley, Billie Maciunas, Finn Falkersby, Tut Kopcke, Hans Hartmann's Estate, etc. We also attempted to have multiple copies of printed material and Fluxus Editions for exhibitions so that the core collection would remain intact.

We attempted to cooperate with other institutions who have large holdings of Fluxus, supporting Simon Anderson's early work cataloging the Fluxshoe and David Mayor Archives at the Tate; joining with the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart in the joint purchase of George Maciunas' Estate; cooperating in many ways with Jean Brown and her Archive; with Hans Sohm before he sold his collection to Stuttgart; visiting and advising the Getty Center; giving photographic and other material to Rene Block's Fluxus in Deutschland exhibition; giving a George Maciunas Fluxus Kabinet to the Contemporary Art Center in Vilnius, Lithuania; giving small representative Fluxus collections to the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, and the Detroit Institute of the Arts, among a number of other associations.

We also loaned Fluxus works to numerous exhibitions around the world; opened the collection to many scholars for research; and published several books and catalogues on Fluxus and the collection including Fluxus, etc.; Fluxus, etc. Addenda I; Fluxus, etc. Addenda II; Fluxus Codex; What's Fluxus? What's Not! Why.; Fluxus Scores and Instructions.

Our intention was that the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection would be a working collection, a shared collection, a learning collection and not a static repository. Our hope was that it would grow and be used, that it would shed light on this very radical and important 20th century international art movement, and that people would understand and respect the very central and important role that George Maciunas played in it. Gilbert and Lila Silverman and I feel that George Maciunas was a genius, and that it was he who conceived of the movement, shaped it, led it, held it together, defined its goals and ultimately gave his life to it.

Jean Brown once told me: "I was very fortunate to have known two geniuses in my life—Marcel Duchamp and George Maciunas."

Jon Hendricks August 2, 2012

Photocopies

Photocopies created by the Collection (for both preservation and refiling purposes) appear throughout the material. These copies are usually, but not always, marked as such. As Maciunas used photocopy as a distribution medium, what Hendricks calls "vintage" photocopies should be considered original multiples, but are not always easily distinguished from mere copies. Researchers should take note of this when encountering photocopies.

Silverman numbering systems and inventory sheets

The Silverman Collection used three numbering systems consecutively. The first system, in which works were given "Silverman" numbers, is explained on page 29 of the Fluxus Codex:

"Some years ago, when we were preparing Fluxus etc. the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection for publication by The Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum [in 1981], it seemed sensible to attach a number to the works included in the catalogue. The book was arranged alphabetically by artist, with works within sections listed chronologically. Collective works, such as Fluxkit, were included in a section titled Fluxus, with periodicals and performance documents coming toward the end of the book.

As more works were added to the collection, it was necessary to expand the Silverman numbers based on the original system as follows:

>100.I = the new catalogue entry that comes chronologically after Silverman No. 100.

<100.I = the new catalogue entry that comes chronologically before Silverman No. 100.

<100.II = the entry which falls between Silverman No. 100 and No. 101 but follows >100.I.

<100.Ia = a new catalogue entry either identical to or a slight variant of <100.I.

>100.101 = work of an artist not in Fluxus Etc."

The second numbering system, initiated c. 1989 along with an appraisal of the collection, was intended to assign a 5-digit "inventory" number, which was included on an "inventory sheet" for each object. As a result, many objects have more than one type of number. Around 1991, when the appraisal project was no longer deemed necessary, the inventory numbers were discontinued in favor of a third system.

In the third and final numbering system, numbers were based on accession. New acquisitions were designated by the year and sequence of their acquisition. (For example, the fourth object or group of objects acquired in 1995 would be given the number 95.4. Sometimes the individual objects comprising a single purchase were further numbered: 95.4.1, 95.4.2, and so on.) It appears that these numbers were retroactively applied to some acquisitions made prior to 1991. This system was still in use when the collection was acquired by MoMA.

Numbers of all three types can be found written on objects or slips of paper near objects throughout the collection. Such numbers may correspond to an inventory or accession sheet containing information about the object's creation and provenance. These sheets may contain substantial, or alternately, very little information about an object, including artist, title, medium, provenance, and notes by Hendricks. When these sheets remained with the objects, the archivist left them for the researcher's benefit. When an object is labeled with an inventory number but no sheet is present, the researcher may assume that it corresponds to an inventory sheet. In order to allow researchers to find these sheets, these numbers have been included in the folder description where apparent. Square brackets around a number indicate that there is a photocopy of that object in the folder, rather than the original. For copies of specific inventory sheets, researchers may contact the study center of the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books. Inventory sheets were also sometimes used for objects acquired under the subsequent "accessions" system.

While the Silverman and inventory numbers appear to have been applied consistently, the accession numbers are not entirely consistent. Some accessions files are missing, and occasionally the same number was applied to two separate purchases.

Notes by Jon Hendricks

Notes by Jon Hendricks are scattered throughout the collection, and are not usually noted in the description unless they are of particular importance. Many concern the provenance of materials or notes about their use in Silverman publications and exhibitions.


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

The records are open for research except for the following restricted materials. Subseries VII.B: Exhibition Loans and Subseries VII.E: Accessions are both restricted in their entirety until 2038. Due to their fragility, V.A.1.23 and V.A.1.51 are both restricted; facsimiles of each are available.

Ownership and Literary Rights

The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection Archives is the physical property of The Museum of Modern Art. Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns.


Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in DADABASE, the library catalog of The Museum of Modern Art. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons and Organizations:
Brecht, George
Friedman, Ken, 1949-
Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection
Hendricks, Jon
Higgins, Dick, 1938-1998
Knížák, Milan
Köpcke, Arthur, 1928-1977
Maciunas, George, 1931-1978
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
Silverman, Gilbert--Art collections
Silverman, Lila--Art collections
Vautier, Ben, 1935-
Subjects:
Art, Modern--20th century--Sources
Art--Collectors and collecting--United States--History--20th century
Artists--History--20th century
Fluxus (Group of artists)--Sources
Document Types:
Artworks
Audio cassettes
Books
CDs
Correspondence
DVDs
Manuscripts
Microfilm
News clippings
Personal papers
Photocopies
Photographic negatives
Photographic prints
Posters and similar printed ephemera
Transcripts


Related Material

Within MoMA, the remainder of the Silverman Collection resides with the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books and the Museum's Library. Related material may be found in other archival collections concerning twentieth-century experimental art, such as the Museum's Exhibition Files, its Kynaston McShine "Information" Exhibition Research records, the Avalanche Magazine Archives, the Herman and Nicole Daled Papers, the MoMA PS1 Archives, and the Seth Siegelaub Papers.

Outside of MoMA, other collections with significant Fluxus holdings are the Sohm Archive at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Germany (which holds half of the George Maciunas estate- see note to subseries VII.E.3: Purchase of George Maciunas Estate); the Jean Brown Papers at the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, California; and several collections relating to Fluxus in the Tate Archives, London, England. The papers of many artists connected to Fluxus are available at the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Long version: The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection Archives, [series.folder]. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York.

Short version: Silverman Fluxus Archives, [series.folder]. MoMA Archives, NY.

Provenance

The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection was donated to The Museum of Modern Art in 2008 and arrived at the Museum in the summer of 2009. Previously, the materials that comprise the archive had been housed in a warehouse in Detroit owned by the Silvermans and in Jon Hendricks's apartment in New York.

The collected materials were acquired from various sources by Silverman and Hendricks. Jon Hendricks directly solicited a large number of individual dealers and artists for works of art and archival documentation, both their own as well as that of others. The largest single body of material in the collection is from the estate of George Maciunas, and includes, in addition to the majority of materials in series V: George Maciunas Papers, the majority of materials in Series VI: Fluxhouse Cooperatives, as well as series X: Maciunas Studio Material. Through an agreement reached between the Silverman collection and the Stattsgalerie Stuttgart in 1984, the George Maciunas estate was purchased jointly and divided between the two parties, with approximately half of the estate's contents acquired by each. (For more information about this, see the notes to subseries VII.E.3: Purchase of George Maciunas estate and series V: George Maciunas Papers.) Other significant sources for materials in the collection were Nijole Valaitis, Maciunas's sister; Billie Maciunas, née Hutching; and Jonas Mekas, who donated a large quantity of Maciunas papers given to him by Maciunas or left in Maciunas's apartment at 80 Wooster Street. Provenance of individual items is noted where apparent.

Processing and Condition Information

Most of the collection is in good condition. The Dick Higgins Scrapbooks (Series III) are a notable exception, and special care must be taken in their handling. Materials have been rehoused in archival folders and appropriate-sized boxes, according to accepted professional practice. Photographs, transparencies, and negatives were rehoused, individually or in groups, in Mylar sleeves. Acidic materials, such as newspaper clippings, were enclosed or isolated as appropriate. Oversize posters and other materials were flattened and rehoused in appropriately sized acid-free containers. Items considered to be the responsibility of the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books or the Museum's Library were removed and transferred to the appropriate department (see Scope and Content note for more information on these decisions). When these items were part of contextual groupings, their transfer is noted in the folder description. Similarly, other materials were transferred to the Museum Archives from these departments throughout the course of processing.

Accruals

The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection was received by MoMA in 2008, after which its contents were split between three departments within The Museum: the Museum Archives was responsible for documents and other archival records; the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books catalogued and managed works of art; and the Museum Library managed books and other published material. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the Collection, a number of items were originally delegated to the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, but were later deemed to be of a more archival nature after careful review by curators and Archives staff. These accruals were transferred to the Archives in the spring of 2013, near the end of the processing project, and arranged into the last two series of the Collection, Series X: Maciunas Studio Material and Series XI: Miscellaneous Publications and Working Material.


Silverman Collection Exhibitions and Publications

Exhibitions

The Silverman Collection was dedicated to promoting Fluxus scholarship and public knowledge through supporting exhibitions and publications. The breadth of that support is documented in subseries VII.B: Exhibition Loans and VII.D: Image Permissions. In particular, the Collection and Hendricks were especially involved in the following exhibitions.

Fluxus, etc.: The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection.
Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum. September 20-November 1, 1981.
Neuberger Museum, SUNY Purchase. January 30-March 27, 1983.
Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology. September 28-October 30, 1983.
Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston. July 7-September 16, 1984.
Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre. October 5-27, 1985.

Stationen der Moderne. Berlinische Galerie. September 25, 1988-January 6, 1989.

Fluxus, Selections from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. November 17, 1988-March 10, 1989.

Fluxus: Selections from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection. Portland School of Art, Maine.

George Maciunas: Fluxus Art-Amusement.
The Contemporary Art Center of Vilnius. January 23-February 25, 1996.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo. April 17-June 23, 1996.
Randers Kunstmuseum. May 2-28, 1996.
Stiftung Starke, Berlin. October 18-November 16, 1996.

Yoko Ono and Fluxus. Royal Festival Hall, London. February 6-March 23, 1997.

Some Fluxus. Detroit Institute of Arts. February 2001-February 2002.

O que é Fluxus? que não é! o porque / What's Fluxus? what's not! why.
Bergen Kunstmuseum. September 8, 2000-August 15, 2001.
Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Brasília. August 21-September 29, 2002.
Centro Culturo Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro. February 11-April 6, 2003.

Fluxus scores and instructions: the transformative years: "Make a Salad": selections from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection, Detroit. Museet for Samtidskunst, Roskilde. June 6-September 9, 2008.

Publications

Hendricks's Fluxus scholarship has been wide and influential. The following publications represent only his primary contributions to the literature.

Hendricks, Jon, ed. Fluxus etc.: The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan: Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, 1981.

Hendricks, Jon, ed. Fluxus etc. / Addenda I: the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection. New York: Ink &, 1983.

Hendricks, Jon, ed. Fluxus, etc. / Addenda II: the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection. Pasadena, California: Baxter Art Gallery, 1983.

Philpot, Clive and Jon Hendricks. Fluxus: selections from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1988.

Hendricks, Jon, ed. Fluxus Codex. Detroit, Michigan: Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection in association with H.N. Abrams, New York, 1988.

Hendricks, Jon and Gunnar B. Kvaran, ed. After the beginning and before the end: instruction drawings from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection, Detroit. Bergen: Bergen Kunstmusuem, 2001.

Hendricks, Jon, ed. O que é Fluxus? que não é! o porque / What's Fluxus? what's not! why. Brasília: Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil; Detroit: The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection Foundation, 2002.

Schmidt-Burkhardt, Astrit. Maciunas' learning machines: from art history to a chronology of Fluxus. Detroit: Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection, in association with Vice Versa Verlag, Berlin, 2003.

Schmidt-Burkhardt, Astrit. Maciunas' learning machines: from art history to a chronology of Fluxus. 2nd revised and enlarged addition. Vienna: Springer Vienna Architecture, 2011.

Hendricks, Jon, with Marianne Bech and Media Farzin, ed. Fluxus scores and instructions: the transformative years: "Make a Salad": selections from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection, Detroit. Roskilde, Denmark: Museum of Contemporary Art; Detroit: Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection, 2008.

Additional Descriptive Data

Explanation of Abbreviations

MoMA is The Museum of Modern Art.
AL is an Autograph Letter.
ALS is an Autograph Letter Signed.
TL is a Typed Letter.
TLS is a Typed Letter Signed.
n.d. stands for no date.


Container List

 

Series I: Artists, Personalities, and Groups 1952-2012

These files contain a mixture of primary and secondary materials organized by individual or group name. Subjects are usually artists, but may also be curators, collectors, or groups. The files consist of artificially-created groupings of material acquired by the Collection from multiple sources. Materials are filed by content (created by that individual) and/or source (acquired from that individual). The term "Fluxus Collective" is Hendricks's term, used to describe works without a single creator. Japanese names are listed Western-style, with family name following given name.

Materials deliberately acquired by the Silverman Collection include original and photocopied correspondence; pamphlets and writings; works of art; mailings and newsletters; and exhibition, concert, and event ephemeral; news clippings; and articles. Materials created by the Collection include photographs created for publication; annotated photocopies; scholarship, notes and research by Jon Hendricks; as well as correspondence about and with artists, their work, and acquisitions for the Collection. (Similar such administrative material can also be found in the General Administrative Files, subseries VII.A.)

A significant portion of material, especially relating to Arthur Køpcke, was acquired from Hans Hartmann or, following his death, Hartmann's estate. Hartmann was a collector of and friend to many Fluxus artists.

While most materials were acquired specifically for their relevance to Fluxus as defined by Jon Hendricks, not all artists and documents in the Collection meet his criteria for inclusion in Fluxus. (These materials may have been acquired incidentally, as parts of groups, or intentionally, as an ancillary collecting interest.) For more about the Silverman Collection's position on this topic, see the exhibition catalogue: What's Fluxus? what's not! why. Jon Hendricks, ed. Brasília: Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil; Detroit: The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection Foundation, 2002.

Upon its acquisition, the Collection displayed both subject and provenance-based organization. Jon Hendricks's goal was to organize the Collection by content on an item level; for this reason, groups of materials were dispersed throughout the Collection. This work was not completed at the time of the Collection's acquisition by MoMA. Out of respect for provenance, remaining groups of material (not yet disassembled and reorganized by Hendricks) were kept integral, and are therefore organized by their acquisition source rather than their content. Content is noted in the folder description.

Creating publications and organizing exhibitions were primary activities of Jon Hendricks and the Silverman Collection, and the organization of the material reflects its use for these purposes (for more about this, see subseries VII.C, Silverman publications). Notes about specific objects' use in exhibitions and publications are present throughout the Archive. Items removed for such use were often returned elsewhere, instead of to their original location.

Before processing, the material contained in this series existed primarily as two separate alphabetical runs of files, which were incorporated into a single run as they did not appear appreciably different. Materials found elsewhere but which fit into the general framework were added to it. The current order of the folders for each subject reflects only the order in which those materials were processed.

When searching for material, users should note that Hendricks used organizational techniques that are nonstandard in archival processing, such as sorting correspondence by sender rather than receiver. Because of this, similar materials are often found in more than one place in the Collection. Keyword searching is the best way to find such similar materials.

Folder Title Date
I.1 Vito Acconci

Ephemera; photograph of the artist; texts.

1970-1971, undated
I.2 Vito Acconci

Postcards.

undated
I.3 Vito Acconci

Ephemera; texts, including "double bubble;" with letter to John Gibson.

1966-1977, undated
I.4 Mac Adams

Photographs.

1977, undated
I.5 Bengt af Klintberg

Includes Food Piece for Dick Higgins (2/3/1963) (photocopies of performance photographs); "Fluxus Games and Contemporary Folklore," paper read at "In The Spirit of Fluxus" symposium, Walker Art Center, 1993; correspondence, including to Hendricks (2001) and Willem De Ridder (1964).
Accession #s: [00.20]

1963-1966, 1994, 2001, 2006
I.6 Bengt af Klintberg

Program for concert/performance at ABF Huset, Stockholm, in Swedish, signed by the artist.
Inventory #s: 01408.1

1963
I.7 Agenizia

"Un dictionaire des 'litteratures paralleles,'" 1 sheet.

undated
I.8 Genpei Akasegawa

Includes correspondence between Hendricks, Silverman, and Genpei Akasegawa; collection correspondence regarding acquisition of "0-Yen Note;" news clipping on exhibition at Nagoya Museum.
Accession #s: 02.02

1981-2002
I.9 Kuniharu Akiyama

Installation photographs from Musikalische Grafik, on the occasion of Donaueschinger Musiktage, Donaueschingen. Photographs likely by Kuniharu Akiyama.

Note: These 62 folders contain material formerly belonging to Kuniharu Akiyama. The archivist was greatly assisted in identifying these materials by Sen Uesaki of Keio University, Tokyo. These materials closely relate to similar holdings in the archives of Keio University and other institutions. A significant number of scores held by the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books were also originally part of this material.

1959
I.10 Kuniharu Akiyama

Installation photographs of Miriorama,exhibition of Gruppo T in Milan, Minami Gallery, Tokyo (12/20-29/1961); photographs of works in the exhibition.

1961
I.11 Kuniharu Akiyama

Installation photographs of 4 Composers, Tokyo Gallery (4/16-26/1962).

1962
I.12 Kuniharu Akiyama

Photographs of Toshi Ichiyanagi performing at Tokyo Gallery during 4 Composers exhibition.

1962
I.13 Kuniharu Akiyama

Contact sheets and installation photographs of An Exhibition of World Graphic Scores, Minami Gallery (11/10-20/1962).

1962
I.14 Kuniharu Akiyama

Photographs of performance by John Cage at opening of An Exhibition of World Graphic Scores (11/10/1962); 1 unidentified photograph; 1 photograph of John Cage, Kuniharu Akiyama, Toshiro Mayuzumi, and Toru Takemitsu.

1962, undated
I.15 Kuniharu Akiyama

Photographs of graphic scores (unknown whether these are connected to a particular event or events).

undated
I.16 Kuniharu Akiyama

Photographs, possibly Takehisa Kosugi performing Anima 2 (1962) according to Hendricks.

[1962?]
I.17 Kuniharu Akiyama

Contact sheets of events involving John Cage in Japan: Sogetsu Contemporary Series 17, Tokyo (11/9-10/1962); Sogetsu Contemporary Series 18, Kyoto or Osaka ([10/12-17/1962?]); trip to Kyoto and Nara; Sogetsu Contemporary Series 19, Sogetsu Hall (10/23-24/1962) (also includes rehearsal at a hotel); Sapporo (10/26/1962); NHK (10/1962); 3 printed stills of John Cage on television in Japan (NHK) (10/1962). Photographer possibly Yasuhiro Yoshioka.

1962
I.18 Kuniharu Akiyama

Unidentified photographs of John Cage in Japan.

undated
I.19 Kuniharu Akiyama

2 photographs of Merce Cunningham Dance Company at Sogetsu Hall (11/1964). Photographer Masaaki Sekiya.

1964
I.20 Kuniharu Akiyama

Contact sheets and photographs, including of Expose '68 (4/1968) and other events (possibly Takehisa Kosugi's Catch-Wave (1967)).

Note: this folder contains sheet no. 4 from a book of negatives by Mitsuhiko Ohara; sheets, 1, 2, 3 and 5 from that book are in the archives of Keio University.

1968, undated
I.21 Kuniharu Akiyama

Rephotographed images (2 photographs, 1 contact sheet, negatives) of events/films relating to Sogetsu Art Center.

1960, undated
I.22 Kuniharu Akiyama

Slides of various events at Sogetsu art center, and of related ephemera and photographs.

undated
I.23 Kuniharu Akiyama

Slides of various performances and exhibitions, from box labeled "Happening."

undated
I.24 Kuniharu Akiyama

Flyer for An Exhibition of World Graphic Scores, Minami Gallery (11/10-20/1962), 3 copies, including 1 annotated.

1962
I.25 Kuniharu Akiyama

Ephemera, including for Orchestral Space '68; exhibition of Yasunao Tone; 4 Composers exhibition, Tokyo Gallery (4/16-26/1962); Collective Music (5/23/1964); Modern Dance Workshop and Sogetsu Contemporary Series (4/28/1966).

1963-1968
I.26 Kuniharu Akiyama

Ephemera, including for Merce Cunningham performances; Cross Talk Intermedia (2/2-7/1969); Expo '70.

1968-1970
I.27 Kuniharu Akiyama

2 newspapers (Japanese).

undated
I.28 Kuniharu Akiyama

An Exhibition of World Graphic Scores, Minami Gallery (11/10-20/1962). Kuniharu Akiyama's notebook.

1962
I.29 Kuniharu Akiyama

An Exhibition of World Graphic Scores, Minami Gallery (11/10-20/1962). Various notes, unrelated ephemera, empty envelopes.

1962, undated
I.30 Kuniharu Akiyama

An Exhibition of World Graphic Scores, Minami Gallery (11/10-20/1962). Drafts of letter from Kuniharu Akiyama and Toshi Ichiyanagi soliciting work for the exhibition.

1962
I.31 Kuniharu Akiyama

An Exhibition of World Graphic Scores, Minami Gallery (11/10-20/1962): drafts of follow-up letter from Kuniharu Akiyama and Toshi Ichiyanagi regarding changing plans.

1962
I.32 Kuniharu Akiyama

An Exhibition of World Graphic Scores, Minami Gallery (11/10-20/1962). Correspondence to Kuniharu Akiyama and Toshi Ichiyanagi from David Behrman, Aldo Bruzzichelli, Sylvano Bussotti, Cornelius Cardew, Philip Corner, Jed Curtis, Friedrich Cerha, and Hugh Davies; letters affirming receipt of works sent to George Brecht, Earle Brown, Cornelius Cardew, and Hugh Davies.
Accession #s: 04.06

1962
I.33 Kuniharu Akiyama

An Exhibition of World Graphic Scores, Minami Gallery (11/10-20/1962). Correspondence to Kuniharu Akiyama and Toshi Ichiyanagi from Franco Evangelisti, Leonard Feist (regarding Earle Brown), Galerie Légitime, and Hans Helms; letter affirming receipt of works sent to Morton Feldman. Also includes notes by Hendricks regarding Dick Higgins works.
Accession #s: 04.06

1962-1963, undated
I.34 Kuniharu Akiyama

An Exhibition of World Graphic Scores, Minami Gallery (11/10-20/1962). Correspondence to Kuniharu Akiyama and Toshi Ichiyanagi from Wilhelm Bernhard Kirchgässer, Gyorgy Ligeti, Pierre Mercure, Francis Miroglio, Hermann Moeck Verlag, Hans Otte, Nam June Paik, Henri Pousseur, Robert Sheff, Universal Edition A.G., Iannis Xenakis, and La Monte Young; letters to Max Hinrichsen, Griffith Rose, and La Monte Young.
Accession #s: 04.06

1962-1963
I.35 Kuniharu Akiyama

Correspondence to Kuniharu Akiyama from Fluxus, Dick Higgins, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Allan Kaprow, George Maciunas, Claude Samuel, and Toru Takemitsu. Also includes correspondence from Ray Johnson to unknown recipient.
Accession #s: 04.06

1964-1986
I.36 Kuniharu Akiyama

1 of 3 folders, From Space to Environment, Sogetsu Art Center, (11/11/1966). This folder includes card for Water Ring Event by Ay-O; ephemera; receipts.

1966-1967
I.37 Kuniharu Akiyama

2 of 2 folders, From Space to Environment, Sogetsu Art Center (11/11/1966). This folder contains ephemera.

1966
I.38 Kuniharu Akiyama

2 of 3 folders, From Space to Environment, Sogetsu Art Center (11/11/1966).

1966
I.39 Kuniharu Akiyama

Wolf Vostell ephemera; photographs by Peter Moore and Bil Hofmann of Wolf Vostell exhibition and performance; correspondence from Wolf Vostell to Kuniharu Akiyama.

1963, undated
I.40 Kuniharu Akiyama

File labeled "Black Thumb Press" and "Hendricks." Contains related ephemera.

1968-1969
I.41 Kuniharu Akiyama

File labeled "Lawrence / Ann Halprin." Contains photographs, ephemera, correspondence, and news clippings.
Accession #s: 05.03

1963-1967
I.42 Kuniharu Akiyama

File labeled "Happening America." Contains 1 piece of ephemera (mailed to Nam June Paik by Wolf Vostell) and performance photographs by Wolf Vostell.

1963, undated
I.43 Kuniharu Akiyama

File labeled "Happening Europe." Contains ephemera, news clippings, and book Dit Hap Hap Happens in Amsterdam (1966).

1966, undated
I.44 Kuniharu Akiyama

File labeled "Happening Japan." Contains performance photographs (including from Ay-O's Happening for Sightseeing Bus Trip (1966)), ephemera (including from "Crosstalk 5" (1971)).

1966-1971, undated
I.45 Kuniharu Akiyama

File labeled "Zaj." Contains ephemera, announcements, and other printed works by Zaj.

1966-1968
I.46 Kuniharu Akiyama

American and European ephemera and news clippings, including for Fluxus and Fluxus artists.

1962-1967
I.47 Kuniharu Akiyama

Konstrevy no. 2 (1962); American Composers Alliance Bulletin (6/1952).

1952, 1962
I.48 Kuniharu Akiyama

Rolling Stone (11/23/1968); it (11/15/28/1968); 1 news clipping ("Beatles go back to spring") (11/26/1968).

1968
I.49 Kuniharu Akiyama

KPFA/San Francisco Tape Music Center, ephemera and news clippings.

1964-1967, undated
I.50 Kuniharu Akiyama

Negatives by Kuniharu Akiyama and collection prints of Fluxus events and work by Robert Morris.

1964, undated
I.51 Kuniharu Akiyama

1 contact sheet by Kuniharu Akiyama of Action Against Cultural Imperialism.

1963
I.52 Kuniharu Akiyama

Contact sheets and photographs by Kuniharu Akiyama of concerts in New York and of John Cage.

1964, undated
I.53 Kuniharu Akiyama

Negatives by Kuniharu Akiyama labeled "Cage Rauschenberg 1968."

1968
I.54 Kuniharu Akiyama

Contact sheet by Kuniharu Akiyama of Merce Cunningham performance.

undated
I.55 Kuniharu Akiyama

Negatives and contact prints by Kuniharu Akiyama of work by Dan Flavin.

undated
I.56 Kuniharu Akiyama

Negatives, contacts, slides and photographs by Kuniharu Akiyama of Fluxus performances.

1964
I.57 Kuniharu Akiyama

Contact prints (possibly by Peter Moore?) of the Fluxus Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kuniharu Akiyama, Carnegie Hall (6/27/1964).

1964
I.58 Kuniharu Akiyama

Unidentified performance photograph.

undated
I.59 Kuniharu Akiyama

Contact prints by Kuniharu Akiyama, including of Dick Higgins and Marian Zazeela.

undated
I.60 Kuniharu Akiyama

2 photographs by Kuniharu Akiyama of works by Joe Jones.

undated
I.61 Kuniharu Akiyama

Negatives by Kuniharu Akiyama, including of Allan Kaprow, Nam June Paik, and Jud Yalkut.

undated
I.62 Kuniharu Akiyama

1 photograph by Peter Moore of Alison Knowles in the Big Book.

[1967]
I.63 Kuniharu Akiyama

Negatives by Kuniharu Akiyama of Meredith Monk performance.

undated
I.64 Kuniharu Akiyama

Negatives by Kuniharu Akiyama taken in New York.

undated
I.65 Kuniharu Akiyama

2 photographs by Niizuma Minoru of Yoko Ono's Chamber Street Loft Series.

[1960-1961]
I.66 Kuniharu Akiyama

1 photograph by Peter Moore of Charlotte Moorman performing Nam June Paik's Opera Sextronique (2/9/1967).

1967
I.67 Kuniharu Akiyama

Negatives and contacts by Kuniharu Akiyama of Karlheinz Stockhausen and Robert Rauschenberg.

undated
I.68 Kuniharu Akiyama

Negatives and contacts by Kuniharu Akiyama, including of the Green Gallery.

undated
I.69 Kuniharu Akiyama

Contact sheet by Kuniharu Akiyama of La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela, Maciunas, and Dick Higgins.

undated
I.70 Kuniharu Akiyama

Various contact sheets and photographs by Kuniharu Akiyama of New York and the U.S.A.

undated
I.71 Aktual

Photocopies of works sent to Ken Friedman by Milan Knížák, including performance photos; texts for "2nd manifestation of Aktual art;" mailing to Ken Friedman from Sonia Švecová with sketches and packet of fabric samples.
Inventory #s: [01872], [01873.1-12], [01874.1-23]

1967-1968, undated
I.72 Aktual

Photocopies of clothing piece: shirt (possibly by Milan Knížák or Sonia Švecová), "Jak Aktualizovat Odĕvy" text, in Czech, and envelope with Aktual stamp.
Inventory #s: [01791.1-3]

undated
I.73 Aktual

Copies of correspondence from Ken Friedman to Anna Egerer and Jiri Tupler and Milan Knížák; postcard Anna Egerer and Jiri Tupler - Ken Friedman (12/6/1968).
Inventory #s: 01893.1-6

1968, undated
I.74 Aktual

Texts, flyers, works, and other documents, photocopy and original, in Czech, acquired from and occasionally annotated in English by Milan Knížák. Includes Aktual pricelist (3/15/1965); "the very first manuscript of Aktual manifesto;" "whole world KTM" flyer; wedding announcement for Sonia and Milan Knížák. Also includes announcement for 1983 lecture in Prague by Milan Knížák and "Aktual USA" flyer by Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: 01794, 01792.1-2, [01793], 01795, 01796, 01797, 01798, 01799, [01800], [01801], [018021.-2], 01803.1-3, 01804

1964-1967, 1983, undated
I.75 Aktual

Photocopy of "Aktual Anthologie," annotated by Milan Knížák.

1966, undated
I.76 Aktual

Photocopy of Aktuální Umĕní no. 1, in Czech, with later notes in English from Milan Knížák. Original with the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books.
Inventory #s: 04132

1964, undated
I.77 Aktual

Photocopy of Aktuální Umĕní no. 1, in Czech, with later notes in English from Milan Knížák. Original with the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books.

I.78 Aktual

Photocopy of Aktuální Umĕní no. 1 (content different from previous folder), in Czech, with later notes in English from Milan Knížák. Original with the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books.

1964, undated
I.79 Aktual

Photocopy of Aktuální Umĕní no. 2, in Czech, with later notes in English from Milan Knížák. Original with the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books.

1964, undated
I.80 Aktual

"Celosvĕtová manifestace pospolitosti," flyer; Aktual newspaper nos. 1, 2, and 3, each including announcements, flyers, texts, and works, in Czech and English; with notes in English from Milan Knížák.
Inventory #s: 04120, 04121, 04122, 04123

1966-1967, undated
I.81 Aktual

Invitation to 2nd manifestation of Aktual Art; text for Ritus/The Rite, in Czech with English translation (1964); photograph of an "environment" (1962-3); invitations to "Game of War" (1965), "Aktual Walk"/"Aktualní Procházka" (1964); in Czech; copy of text for speech given by Milan Knížák at opening of Aktual Manifestation, in Czech (1964); with notes in English by Milan Knížák.
Inventory #s: 04124, 04125, 04126, 04127, 04128.a-b, 04129

1962-1964, undated
I.82 Aktual

Text for "Aktion Lecture" in Czech, "Přednáška jako demonstrace," by and with note in English from Milan Knížák.
Inventory #s: 04130

1964, undated
I.83 Aktual

2 versions, in English and Czech, of text for "Why Just So," lecture demonstration by, and with notes from, Milan Knížák (1964-1965).
Inventory #s: 04131

1964-1965, undated
I.84 Gabor Altorjay

1 document, "Anweisungen für die Teilnehmer und Besucher der Intermedia."

undated
I.85 Aagaard Andersen

Ephemera; catalogue.

1961-1962
I.86 Eric Andersen

Includes exhibition announcements; installation photos; photocopies of news clippings; material regarding Crying Room, Tongue Dishes Confessional, and Graederrummet at Nicolaj Church.

1989, 1994
I.87 Eric Andersen

Letter to Hendricks (11/1/1987), plus documents related to proposed artworks, and copies of news clippings, sent to Hendricks by Eric Andersen; "DADA - Manifest," text by Eric Andersen and Henning Christiansen, in Danish.
Accession #s: 00.20

1986-1987; undated
I.88 Eric Andersen

News clippings, ephemera, and articles acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1988-1994, 1967-1968
I.89 Eric Andersen

Mailing to George Brecht, concerning upcoming Copenhagen festival (3/15/1985).
Accession #s: 04.09

1985
I.90 Eric Andersen

"circular piece," 60 pages mailed to Ken Friedman with letter.
Inventory #s: 06063.1-2

undated
I.91 Eric Andersen

Texts, works, and ephemera.
Inventory #s: 06061, 06067.1-2, 06068.1-5, 06069, 06073.1-2

1966, 1971, undated
I.92 Eric Andersen

Texts, works, ephemera and correspondence, including copy of letter to Harald Szeemann regarding "Fluxus history" (3/18/1970).
Inventory #s: 06077.1-2, 06079.1-8, 06080.1-4, 06084, 06086, 06089

1970-1977, undated
I.93 Eric Andersen

"Info address," flyers.
Inventory #s: 0609.1-4

undated
I.94 Eric Andersen

Texts, works, and ephemera.
Inventory #s: 06092, 06093, 06094.1-3, 06095, 06096.1-2, 06097.1-2, 06109, 06142, 06145

1963, 1971, undated
I.95 Eric Andersen

Folded text works.
Inventory #s: 06150

undated
I.96 Eric Andersen

Texts, works, ephemera, and correspondence to Ken Friedman and Knud Pedersen.
Inventory #s: 06157, 06162, 09176, 06177

1967, 1977, undated
I.97 Eric Andersen

"the order is indifferent," series of postcards, 2 copies.
Inventory #s: 06163

undated
I.98 Eric Andersen

Correspondence and ephemera.
Inventory #s: 06178, 06179, 06180

undated
I.99* Eric Andersen

Curriculum vitae listing works and exhibitions. Annotated typescript.
Accession #s: 00.20

[1968?]
I.100 Anonymous

Correspondence with 10 ticket stubs enclosed, possibly from Albert Fine, to George Brecht (2/28/1962).
Accession #s: 90.14

1962
I.101 Anthology Film Archives

Ephemera (designed by Maciunas); programming schedules; copy of TLS Jonas Mekas - Allan A. Masur (10/24/1972).

1972, undated
I.102 John Armleder

Ephemera; postcard to Ken Friedman.

1978-1982
I.103 Betty Asher

Correspondence, including photographs, mostly related to exhibition of multiples, including from Richard Anuszkiewicz and to John Coplans. Acquired from Betty Asher.

1966
I.104 Atelierbund Erfurt

Photographs.

1976
I.105 Ay-O

"Rainbow Environment No. 4," exhibition catalogue for show at Minami Gallery, Tokyo.

1966
I.106 Ay-O

Correspondence to Ken Friedman (with response), Milan Knížák, Alison Knowles, and Maciunas; exhibition catalogues collected by Maciunas, including Environment no. 9, Rainbow Ames's Box, at Minami Gallery, Tokyo and Bonino Gallery, New York, 2 copies; letter to Jan Van Der Marck (1/2/1979).
Accession #s: 89.03

1967-1979
I.107 Ay-O

Mailings for Rainbow Events and Environments, plus photocopies of other mailings; menu for "Rainbow Full Corse [sic] Dinner;" list of works by Japanese artists in 1966 Venice Biennale (including Ay-O).
Accession #s: 93.09

1964-1966
I.108 Ay-O

"Portraits of Ay-O 1-3," sketches by Ken Friedman.

1967
I.109 Ay-O

News clippings from the New York Times, and from Kunst Van Nu about Ay-O's Foam Room (Dutch).
Accession #s: 93.09

1964, 1966
I.110 Ay-O

Various items concerning Ay-O, including collection records, photocopies of news clippings, and polaroids taken by Hendricks of Tactile Box.

1991-1994
I.111 Ay-O

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.112 Mats B.

Correspondence with Ken Friedman, including ephemera and photographs.

1973-1975
I.113 Backworks

Sale catalogues.

1976-1978
I.114 Mary Bauermeister

Photocopies of Malerische Konzeption, acquired from Mary Bauermeister.

1961
I.115 Beau Geste Press

Ephemera; lists of books for sale; correspondence to Ken Friedman from David Mayor; Fluxshoe flyers.

1972-1974
I.116 Peter Below

Correspondence to Ken Friedman (6/5/1975).

1975
I.117 G. Benamou

1 TLS to Ken Friedman (1/11/1977).

1977
I.118 Carol Bergé

Photograph of Carol Bergé, Nam June Paik, and Bengt af Klintberg.
Accession #s: 03.08

[1966]
I.119 Jeff Berner

Includes gallery ephemera; collection photocopies and copy photographs for publication.

1967-1969, 2007
I.120 Joseph Beuys

Includes correspondence to Arthur Køpcke, Rolf Jährling (photocopy) and Maciunas (photocopy); gallery announcements; clippings; posters; ephemera.
Silverman #s: >297.III(5), 25a
Accession #s: 92.05

1963-1987
I.121 Joseph Beuys

News clippings, ephemera, and articles acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1980-1992
I.122 René Block

Correspondence to Arthur Køpcke. In German.

1971-1972
I.123 René Block Gallery

Ephemera; also includes ephemera from Galerie René Block, Berlin.

1965-1976
I.124 Don Boyd

Ephemera; pamphlets; text, "Some characteristics of Fluxus" (1976).

1976-1982
I.125 Don Boyd

Slides of artwork; ephemera; works; correspondence to Ken Friedman.

1976-1983
I.126 Robert Bozzi

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, including photographs, ephemera, and works.
Silverman #s: >26.I

1967
I.127 George Brecht

Correspondence with enclosures to Albert Fine.
Accession #s: 90.14

1961-1965
I.128 George Brecht

Correspondence with enclosures to Albert Fine. Includes announcement for The Book of the Tumbler on Fire at Bischbach Gallery (undated).
Accession #s: 90.14

1965-1966
I.129 George Brecht

Includes letter to Ray Johnson (10/15/1965); correspondence by George Brecht's son, Eric, to Albert Fine; letter to Mary Bauermeister (6/7/1963).
Accession #s: 90.14, 04.08

1963-1966
I.130 George Brecht

Includes photocopies of correspondence; articles.

1964-2007
I.131 George Brecht

Includes photocopies of articles; photocopies of correspondence; Hendricks notes and correspondence.

1963-2005
I.132 George Brecht

Correspondence to Knud Pedersen, to and from Scott Hyde; photocopies of correspondence to La Monte Young.
Inventory #s: 05840, 05837.2, 05838.2, 05838.3, 05838.4, 05839

1960-1968
I.133 George Brecht

Correspondence to Alison Knowles.
Accession #s: 89.03

1981-1983
I.134 George Brecht

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas from Jean Brown Archive.

ca. 1963
I.135 George Brecht

Correspondence to Robert Watts.
Inventory #s: 05841.1-11

1963-1982
I.136 George Brecht

Correspondence to Robert Watts, including regarding Maciunas, Fluxus events and exhibitions.
Inventory #s: 01018, 01019, 01020, 01021, 01022, 01023, 01024, 01025

1976-1977, undated
I.137 George Brecht

V TRE, 3 copies.
Inventory #s: 05835.1-3

1962
I.138 George Brecht

Photograph of Ben Vautier interviewing George Brecht.
Silverman #s: >441.IIb

undated
I.139 George Brecht

"La Cedille qui Sourit," Villefranche, Nice. Contact sheets by Michou Strauch-Barelli of: the interior of "La Cedille qui Sourit;" Marcel Alocco, Robert Bozzi, George Brecht, Donna Brewer, Robert Filliou, Marianne Filliou, Marcelline Filliou, Alison Knowles, Arturo Schwartz, and Ben Vautier in Nice; the marriage of Robert and Marianne Filliou; works by Brecht and others. Also includes accession notes by Hendricks.
Accession #s: 89.80

1966-1967
I.140 George Brecht

Photograph of George Brecht, Robert Filliou, and Donna Brewer at La Cedille qui Sourit, with copies; copy negatives of images of La Cedille qui Sourit.

1965, undated
I.141 George Brecht

Collection copy photographs of works; collection photographs of Clock, Middle and Start, with collection notes.
Inventory #s: 05819

undated
I.142 George Brecht

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use.

undated
I.143 George Brecht

Form letters addressed to Sari Dienes and Albert Fine by Marianne Staffaldt, regarding subscriptions for Suspense Poems from La Cedille qui Sourit; poster for La Cedille qui Sourit exhibition, "chez Jacqueline Ranson" (12/1966-1/1967).
Accession #s: 90.14

1965-1967, undated
I.144 George Brecht

Poster for exhibition at Saba-Studio with Robert Filliou.
Accession #s: 93.08

1967
I.145 George Brecht

Bikkelacht no. 64, with Fluxus article by George Brecht.
Accession #s: 93.08

1966
I.146 George Brecht

Collection contact prints and negative transparencies made from Maciunas negatives of works by George Brecht for Tumbler on Fire.
Accession #s: 91.06

undated, 1998
I.147 George Brecht

Collection prints made from Maciunas negatives of works by George Brecht for Tumbler on Fire (same as previous folder), with invoice for prints and note from Hendricks to Silverman.
Accession #s: 91.06

undated, 1998
I.148 George Brecht

Photocopies of prints in previous folder, with note from Hendricks.

undated, 1998
I.149 George Brecht

"Footnotes to first volume of the book of the tumbler on fire," 4 pages of annotated types notes.
Accession #s: 99.02

undated
I.150 George Brecht

"Festschrift," correspondence and documents connected to party and special issue of V TRE planned in honor of George Maciunas. Includes "Laudatio scripta pro George Maciunas," special issue of V TRE (1976).
Accession #s: 99.02

1975-1976
I.151 George Brecht

"How we met," correspondence concerning special Fluxus issue of AQ (no. 16, 1/1976). Also includes Arrocaria editions instructions for Leeds: A New Card Game by Robert Filliou.
Accession #s: 99.02

1975, undated
I.152 George Brecht

La Cedille Qui Sourit, exhibition catalogue in oversized matchbox, from exhibition with Robert Filliou at Städtisches Museum Mönchengladbach.
Accession #s: 04.01

1969
I.153 George Brecht

Color negatives of the artist.
Accession #s: 04.09

undated
I.154 George Brecht

Ephemera; exhibition pamphlets; correspondence.

1969-1976; 1993
I.155 George Brecht

Concerns the "Brunch Museum," 4 polaroid photographs and 1 text, "Exhibits relating to the Life and Work of W.E. Brunch."

undated
I.156 George Brecht

Planning letter from George Brecht regarding Festschrift for George Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 05793

1976
I.157 Bazon Brock

Ephemera.

undated
I.158 Marcel Broodthaers

Ephemera and news clippings acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1974
I.159 Marcel Broodthaers

Ephemera.

1971, 1974
I.160 Stanley Brouwn

Includes "This Way Brouwn" announcement from Galerie René Block; photocopies of correspondence to Ben Vautier; photocopy of Maciunas notes on Brouwn from Jean Brown Archive; Hendricks correspondence about Brouwn.

1963-1990
I.161 Jean Brown

Photocopies and Polaroids from Jean Brown collection.

undated
I.162 Robert Delford Brown

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, including pamphlets by the artist, photographs, ephemera, biography.

1975
I.163 Sparky Brown

Correspondence with Ken Friedman.

1967, undated
I.164 Jean Brown

Photocopy of Maciunas's proposal for grant to catalogue Jean Brown collection from Jean Brown Archive.

[1977]
I.165 Jean Brown

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas.

1972-1978
I.166 Richard C.

Correspondence (poems) to Ken Friedman.

1970-1980
I.167 John Cage

Correspondence to Albert Fine, mostly regarding mushrooms.
Accession #s: 90.14

1961-1966
I.168 John Cage

Includes photocopy of score for 0'00" Solo to be Performed in Any Way by Anyone, for Yoko Ono and Toshi Ichiyanagi (10/24/1962); unidentified concert program; letter to Jan Van Der Marck (2/10/1978).

1962-1978
I.169* Arthur Caspari

Arthur Caspari's suitcase, covered with notes and sketches.

undated
I.170 Giuseppe Chiari

Includes poster for 3° Festival Gruppo 70, 6/15/1965; "Art is Easy," 1974, multiple copies; "La Strada," (photocopy and photograph); photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas; Chiari Teatrino (publication), 1974.

1965-2007
I.171 Giuseppe Chiari

Photocopies of news clippings related to Fluxus events, flyers, biography, concert programs, and correspondence.

1963-[after 1976]
I.172 John Chick

1 ALS - Maciunas regarding ideas for synthetic food packaging, on back of sheet of labels for Flux Food.

undated
I.173 John Chick

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of materials for Flux Food, produced by the collection for publication use, with notes by Hendricks.

undated
I.174 Henning Christiansen

Includes correspondence to Arthur Køpcke (in Danish); poster for Musik som Grøn at Daner Galleriert (2/28/1972).

1971-1972
I.175 Henning Christiansen

Program/publication from "Actions/Agit-Pop/De-Collage/Happening/Events/AntiArt/L'Autrisme/Art Total/Reflux Festival der Neuen Kunst," annotated by Henning Christiansen.
Accession #s: 04.22

1964
I.176 Henning Christiansen

Ephemera and correspondence, including to Aase "Tut" Køpcke, acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1988-1996
I.177 Christo

Documentation mostly concerning Valley Curtain, 1970-1972. Includes Christo and Jeanne-Claude correspondence with Ken Friedman; news clippings; related ephemera; photographs of the piece.

1963-1974
I.178 Christo

Copy negative and photocopy of portrait of Christo, Jeanne-Claude, and Cyril Christo; collection photograph of Package.

undated
I.179 Congo

Clipping about "Congo," a painting chimpanzee, used by Maciunas for Fluxus 1; news clippings collected by Hendricks about Congo and Cheeta, another painting chimpanzee.

undated, 2005, 2007
I.180 Joseph Cornell

Flyer designed by Maciunas for Films of Joseph Cornell. Conferences on "Working with Cornell". Cornell's Sources and Materials at Anthology Film Archives (3/1976).

1976
I.181 Philip Corner

Gallery, exhibition, and concert ephemera acquired from Philip Corner, with note to Hendricks.

1983-2002
I.182 Philip Corner

Gallery, exhibition, and concert ephemera acquired from Philip Corner; correspondence between Philip Corner and Hendricks.

1996-2003
I.183 Philip Corner

Gallery, museum, and other art publications acquired from Philip Corner.

1997-2001
I.184 Philip Corner

Gallery, exhibition, and concert ephemera acquired from Philip Corner; correspondence between Philip Corner and Hendricks.

1988-1997
I.185 Philip Corner

Includes statements by Philip Corner; correspondence between Philip Corner and Hendricks; photocopy of score for 2nd Finale.

1997-2007
I.186 Philip Corner

Includes ALS to Alison Knowles (8/1969); ALS to Maciunas (9/1/1972); Ben Vautier Je Signe Tout postcard sent by Philip Corner to Carolee Schneemann (5/3/1977); "about John Cage;" photocopy of score for Piano Activities; photocopies of correspondence from Benjamin Patterson, Dick Higgins, and George Brecht (1963); photocopy of score for Carrot Chew Performance.
Accession #s: 89.03

1962-2003
I.187 Philip Corner

Material regarding possible Silverman acquisition of Friendly Low Bb for Ruth Emerson (1964). Includes photocopy of score and correspondence with Philip Corner.

2006-2007
I.188 Philip Corner

Photocopy of text for "participation version" of Quiet Work of Destruction, with note enclosed to Hendricks; "Of Modern Times and Ancient Sounds" manuscript.
Inventory #s: 01321
Accession #s: 07.01

1983, 2006, undated
I.189 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1982-1992, undated
I.190 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera and news clippings acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1980-1983, undated
I.191 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera and news clippings acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1979-1981, undated
I.192 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera and news clippings acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1977-1980, undated
I.193 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1972-1977, undated
I.194 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera, including concerning the Annual Avant Garde Festival of New York, acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1972-1981, undated
I.195 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1978-1991, undated
I.196 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1986-1989, undated
I.197 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1988-1990, undated
I.198 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera and news clippings acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1983-1992, undated
I.199 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera and news clippings acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1988-1990, undated
I.200 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1976-1988, undated
I.201 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera and news clippings acquired from the artist.

1992-1999, undated
I.202 Philip Corner

Concert ephemera acquired from the artist.

1998-1999, undated
I.203 Philip Corner

Rolled pieces of paper with notes by the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

undated
I.204* Philip Corner

Exhibition and concert posters acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1978-1999
I.205* Philip Corner

Exhibition and concert posters acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1978-1999
I.206* Philip Corner

Exhibition and concert posters acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1978-1999
I.207* Philip Corner

Exhibition and concert posters acquired from the artist.
Accession #s: 92.01

1978-1999
I.208 Merce Cunningham

Photocopy of directions for dance to Aeon by John Cage (1961).

undated
I.209 Albrecht D.

Correspondence with Ken Friedman.

1970, 1973
I.210 Philip Dadson

1 empty envelope mailed to Ken Friedman.

1974
I.211 Walter de Maria

Photograph of the artist; ALS Walter de Maria - Betty Asher (8/17/1966); TLS Walter de Maria - Betty Asher (9/6/1966)
Inventory #s: 04845

I.212 Willem de Ridder

Includes TLS Willem de Ridder - Albert Fine (8/5/1965); photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas; photocopy of second price list of European Mail-Order House (1964).
Accession #s: 90.14, 91.05

1963-1965
I.213 Willem de Ridder

Includes Selftaper Radiola Exchange flyer for Willem de Ridder's radio show, The Radiola Salon; index card with European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop stamp (with Hendricks's note on back); 10 "fold" and "cut" cards; installation photographs of Paper Konstellation (1962 and 1964); program for Mood Engineering Society concert, 2 copies; Dutch news clipping from concert.
Silverman #s: <101.I
Accession #s: 92.05, 94.02

1960s-1980s
I.214 Willem de Ridder

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use.

undated
I.215 Willem de Ridder

Correspondence from Maciunas to Willem de Ridder.
Inventory #s: 01343, 01344, 01345, 01346, 01347

1963-1965
I.216 Willem de Ridder

First pricelist of European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop, with Maciunas's corrections and letter to Willem de Ridder and Lydia Luyten; pricelist from Fluxus Newspaper No. 4.
Inventory #s: 01348

undated
I.217 Willem de Ridder

Second pricelist of European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop; photograph/advertisement for top- and bottomless bathing suit by Lydia Mercedes ([ca. 1965]); collection photocopies of performance photographs.

undated, [ca. 1965]
I.218 Willem de Ridder

Photographs of Willem de Ridder with Paper Konstellations; collection photocopies of performance photographs; installation photographs of works by Christo and Niki de Saint Phalle.
Inventory #s: 01355, 01360, 01361

[ca. 1961]
I.219 Willem de Ridder

Includes announcement cards for An Anthology and European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop; news clipping; manuscript for Fluxus catalogue, in Dutch ([ca. 1964]); correspondence to and from Fluxshop, including from Nam June Paik; Copenhagen Pages (1963); other Fluxshop documents.
Inventory #s: 01356.1-4, 01362, 01363, 01364, 01365, 01366, 01367, 01368.1-2, 01370, 01371, 01372, 01373

undated, 1962-1964
I.220 Willem de Ridder

Includes inventories, lists of works for sale, and other documents pertaining to the European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop; correspondence, drafts, and duplicates of correspondence, including to Nam June Paik, Ben Vautier, Terry Riley, Henry Flynt, Arthur Køpcke; 3 versions of list of artists for European Fluxus. Materials in English, Dutch, German, and French.
Inventory #s: 01374, 01375, 01376, 01377, 01378, 01379, 01380, 01381, 01382, 01383, 01384, 01385, 01386, 01387.1-3, 01388, 01389, 01390, 01391, 01392, 01393, 01394A-C

[ca. 1964]
I.221 Willem de Ridder

European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop materials, including 1st and 2nd pricelists; George Brecht's Direction with sketch on reverse by Willem de Ridder (1963); photocopies of Dorothea Meijer with Fluxshop inventory.
Inventory #s: 01418, 01421, 01422

1963-1965
I.222 Willem de Ridder

European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop pricelist, 3 drafts. In Dutch.
Inventory #s: 01423A-C

[1964]
I.223 Willem de Ridder

Correspondence from Willem de Ridder and Lydia Luyten, plus drafts and duplicates of correspondence, to Maciunas; TLS Lydia Luyten - Terry Riley (undated); draft of unaddressed letter.
Inventory #s: 01424, 01425, 01426, 01427, 01428, 01429, 01430, 01431, 01432

[1964]
I.224 Willem de Ridder

Collection photographs of Fluxshop works.
Inventory #s: 01433.1-30

1980s
I.225 Willem de Ridder

2nd pricelist of the European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop, 2 copies.
Accession #s: 97.12

[1964]
I.226 Willem de Ridder

Includes European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop documents; correspondence and drafts of correspondence; program for Flux-Festival Den Haag; "Four Possibilities to Make an Original Piece of Art." In English and Dutch.
Inventory #s: 01460, 01461, 01462, 01463, 01464, 01465, 01466, 01467, 01468, 01469, 01470

1963-1964
I.227 Willem de Ridder

Unpublished translations into German of texts/scores by Allan Kaprow, intended for publication in German edition of Fluxus I.
Inventory #s: 01472

1961
I.228 Willem de Ridder

Includes installation photographs; exhibition announcements; artist biographies for Fluxus, in French; materials intended for publication in Fluxus I, including Comptines by Francois Dufrene, Lopsyglyphs by Jerry Bloedow, and Fuga by Miroslav Miletic; news clipping from Kunst Van Nu, "Is Paiks Muziek Muziek?" (1965), biography of Sylvano Bussotti with enclosed photograph; correspondence.
Inventory #s: 01473, 01474, 01494, 01495, 01496, 01497, 01499, 01502.1-2, 01503, 01506, 01507, 01508

1961-1965
I.229 Willem de Ridder

Correspondence to European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop, in Dutch and English.
Inventory #s: 01509.1-10

1964
I.230 Willem de Ridder

Correspondence and notes from Willem de Ridder, including about Fluxus festivals in Scheveningen and Rotterdam, Fluxus yearboxes, Nam June Paik's "Exposition of Music."
Inventory #s: 01510.1-2, 01511, 01512, 01513.1-5, 01515, 01516, 01517, 01518, 01519, 01520, 01521

1964
I.231 Willem de Ridder

Society for Exhibition Organizing (S.E.O.), To Decorate a Toilet, To Decorate an Armchair, To Make Museum Landscape, copies.
Inventory #s: 01522.4-6

[ca. 1964]
I.232 Willem de Ridder

Copes of correspondence sent from Fluxus Administratie voor Europa (Willem de Ridder) to museums and theaters, prosposing Fluxus festivals and concerts, in Dutch; other Fluxshop correspondence, in German and English.
Inventory #s: 01524, 01525, 01526, 01527.1-2, 01528.1-2, 01529, 01530, 01531, 01532

[1964]
I.233 Willem de Ridder

List of names and addresses of Eastern European artists, with note by Hendricks.
Inventory #s: 01441

undated
I.234 Willem de Ridder

European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop, correspondence. In German, English, French, and Dutch.
Inventory #s: 01434, 01435, 01436, 01437, 01438, 01439, 01440, 01442

1964
I.235 Willem de Ridder

Miroslav Miletic, printed score to Rapsodijske varijacije.
Inventory #s: 01443

1963
I.236 Willem de Ridder

Vernissage no. 7, 1960.
Inventory #s: 01445

1960
I.237 Willem de Ridder

Photograph of 8m bande de gaze, by Erik Dietmann.
Inventory #s: 01446

1962
I.238 Willem de Ridder

Includes photograph of Daniel Spoerri; Copenhagen Pages.
Inventory #s: 01447, 01448, 01449, 01450

1961-1963
I.239 Willem de Ridder

Fluxus newspapers, Fluxus VacuumTRapEzoid (3/1963), 3 copies; Fluxus cc fiVe ThReE (6/1961).
Inventory #s: 01455, 01456, 01457

1961-1963
I.240 Willem de Ridder

1 of 2 folders of coupons from Fluxus issue of Kunst Van Nu, mailed to European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop.
Inventory #s: 01458

1966
I.241 Willem de Ridder

2 of 2 folders of coupons from Fluxus issue of Kunst Van Nu, mailed to European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop.
Inventory #s: 01458

1966
I.242 Willem de Ridder

European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop, mailing list address cards.
Inventory #s: 01459.1-33

undated
I.243 Willem de Ridder

Photocopy of first pricelist for European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop, with note about loan from Cathleen Chaffee, MoMA, to Hendricks (7/16/2008).

2008
I.244 Willem de Ridder

"Dodgers en Fluxus," including correspondence, notes, texts, exhibition announcements, and other materials.
Inventory #s: 01417.1-48

1965-1975
I.245 Willem de Ridder

La Monte Young, Compositions 1961, booklet of scores designed by Maciunas as Fluxus edition.
Inventory #s: 01416

[1963]
I.246 Willem de Ridder

"Dodgers Syndicate," includes correspondence, notes and other documents, mostly related to film projects, in Dutch.
Inventory #s: 01402

undated
I.247 Willem de Ridder

1 of 2 folders from "Dodgers Syndicate," includes correspondence, notes, sketches, notebooks, and other documents, mostly related to film projects, in Dutch.
Inventory #s: 01402

undated
I.248 Willem de Ridder

2 of 2 folders from "Dodgers Syndicate," includes correspondence, notes, sketches, notebooks, and other documents, mostly related to film projects, in Dutch.
Inventory #s: 01403

undated
I.249 Willem de Ridder

Dodgers Syndicate stationery.

undated
I.250 Willem de Ridder

Materials related to Wolf Vostell, including Television décollage and Morning glory: 2 pieces, 3rd Rail Gallery, New York; Günther Uecker; Ray Johnson; Arthur Køpcke; Bengt af Klintberg; What are Legends, book by Dick Higgins.
Inventory #s: 01413.1-4, 01411, 01407.1-5, 01406, 01410,

1960-1963
I.251 Willem de Ridder

Folder with notes (by Willem de Ridder?) of Fluxus materials, including components of Fluxus editions, with scores, texts, news clippings, Direction by George Brecht.
Inventory #s: 01405

undated
I.252 Willem de Ridder

1965 agenda book, in Dodgers Syndicate folder.
Inventory #s: 01403

1965
I.253 Willem de Ridder

Pieces of mailing envelopes addressed to Hendricks from Harry Ruhé/Galerie A.

1984
I.254 Willem de Ridder

European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop publications, including second pricelist; Fluxshop flyers; address cards; S.E.O. flyers; "How to be satisfiedfluxdecolanti?".
Inventory #s: 01341

[ca. 1965]
I.255 Willem de Ridder

TLS Dorothea Meijer - Robert Watts (1/8/1965); flyers for S.E.O. and "revue nul = o."
Inventory #s: 01342

1965, undated
I.256 Willem de Ridder

Collection inventory sheets, mostly blank; negative transparency of Dorothea Meijer in Fluxshop.

undated
I.257 Willem de Ridder

1 of 4 folders of photocopies of correspondence to and from Willem de Ridder/European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop. Most originals in Willem de Ridder's correspondence file box (see I.261). Correspondents in this folder include Eric Anderson, George Brecht, Jindřich Chalupecký, and Maciunas.

1964-1965, undated
I.258 Willem de Ridder

2 of 4 folders of photocopies of correspondence to and from Willem de Ridder/European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop. Originals in Willem de Ridder's correspondence file box (see I.261). Correspondents in this folder include Robert Filliou, Henry Flynt, Ludwig Gosewitz, Dick Higgins, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Bengt af Klintberg, Arthur Køpcke, and Maciunas.

1963-1965, undated
I.259 Willem de Ridder

3 of 4 folders of photocopies of correspondence to and from Willem de Ridder/European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop. Originals in Willem de Ridder's correspondence file box (see I.261). Correspondents in this folder include Maciunas, Jonas Mekas, and Nam June Paik.

1963-1965, undated
I.260 Willem de Ridder

4 of 4 folders of photocopies of correspondence to and from Willem de Ridder/European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop. Originals in Willem de Ridder's correspondence file box (see I.261). Correspondents in this folder include Tomas Schmit, Mieko (Chieko) Shiomi, and Robert Watts.

1963-1965, undated
I.261 Willem de Ridder

Willem de Ridder's European Mail-Order Warehouse/Fluxshop correspondence box.

1963-1965, undated
I.262 Willem de Ridder

Bikkelacht no. 64.

1966
I.263 Niki de Saint Phalle

News clippings and ephemera acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1961
I.264 Décollage

"Bulletin aktueller Ideen," no. 1. With handwritten concert program notes (possibly by Arthur Køpcke?).

1962
I.265 Décollage

"Bulletin aktueller Ideen," no. 1, 2nd copy. Acquired from Hans Hartmann.
Accession #s: 04.01

1962
I.266 Décollage

"Bulletin aktueller Ideen," no. 2, 3 copies. 1st copy contains handwritten note "Dear Joe" signed Charlotte (6/19/1972).

1962, 1972
I.267 Décollage

"Bulletin aktueller Ideen," no. 3.

1962
I.268 Décollage

"Bulletin aktueller Ideen," no. 3, 2nd copy.

1962
I.269 Décollage

"Bulletin aktueller Ideen," no. 3, 3rd copy. Acquired from Hans Hartmann.
Accession #s: 04.01

1962
I.270 Décollage

"Bulletin aktueller Ideen," no. 4.
Inventory #s: 02054

1964
I.271 Décollage

"Bulletin aktueller Ideen," no. 6. Acquired from Hans Hartmann.
Accession #s: 04.01

1967
I.272 Décollage

"Bulletin aktueller Ideen," no. 6, 2nd copy.

1967
I.273 Décollage

Ephemera; news clipping acquired from Hans Hartmann.
Accession #s: 04.01

1962-1963
I.274 Tjeerd Deelstra

2 printed cards.

undated
I.275 Ken Dewey

Invitation to memorial service (9/16/1972).

1972
I.276 Erik Dietmann

Photograph of and collection information about Quelques M. et CM de Sparadrap, "a short story by Erik Dietmann" (1963).

undated
I.277 Erik Dietmann

Ephemera.

1967
I.278 Jean Dupuy

About 405 East 13 Street, exhibition announcement sent to Carolee Schneemann (4/28/2973).

1973
I.279 Ecart

Correspondence between Ken Friedman and John Armleder; ephemera; Daniel Spoerri packet.

1973-1977
I.280 Ecart

Correspondence between Ken Friedman and John Armleder; ephemera.

1973-1977
I.281 Edition Staeck

Ephemera.

undated
I.282 Peter Engels

Ephemera.

1966-1984
I.283 Wolfgang Feelisch

Correspondence to Ken Friedman and Arthur Køpcke; ephemera.

1969-1971, 1975
I.284 Nil Felts

Correspondence to Ken Friedman.

1971
I.285 Robert Filliou

1 of 4 folders of gallery ephemera; postcards; exhibition catalogues; publications; posters. Includes Research at the Stedelijk (1971); The art of noise (futurist manifesto, 1913) [Great Bear Pamphlet] (1967); Phantomas 38-40 (1963); Phantomas 50 (1965); The Seat of Ideas: A logical analysis by Edwige Regenwetter (1981); Poème collectif (1968).

1966-1984
I.286 Robert Filliou

2 of 4 folders of gallery ephemera; postcards; exhibition catalogues; publications; posters.

1966-1984
I.287 Robert Filliou

3 of 4 folders of gallery ephemera; postcards; exhibition catalogues; publications; posters.

1966-1984
I.288 Robert Filliou

4 of 4 folders of gallery ephemera; postcards; exhibition catalogues; publications; posters.

1966-1984
I.289 Robert Filliou

Correspondence, notes, ephemera and other material related to Robert Filliou's May 1976 exhibition Telepathic Music No. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 at the John Gibson Gallery.

1975-1978
I.290 Robert Filliou

Photocopies of correspondence, mostly with Scott Hyde.

1967-
I.291 Robert Filliou

Correspondence to Ken Friedman.

1972
I.292 Robert Filliou

Correspondence to Alison Knowles.
Accession #s: 89.03

1981-1982
I.293 Robert Filliou

Correspondence to Arthur Køpcke. Includes "Sneak preview" mailing for the Galerie Légitime exhibition of Ben Patterson (6/26/1962); announcement for The Key to Art [?] (4/1/1967), 2 copies.

1962-1977
I.294 Robert Filliou

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas.

1967-1978
I.295 Robert Filliou

1 Danish news clipping (6/23/1961).

1961
I.296 Robert Filliou

Program for performance by Robert Filliou and Brion Gysin, The American Theatre for Poets, Inc. (3/3/1965).

1965
I.297 Robert Filliou

"Transcript from tape, incomplete, 1984."

1984
I.298 Robert Filliou

Includes Hendricks notes; photocopies of works.

undated
I.299 Robert Filliou

Instructions for LEEDS a new card game.

[1969?]
I.300 Robert Filliou

Silverman and Hendricks correspondence; notes regarding exhibitions and potential Robert Filliou aquisitions.

2000-2005
I.301 Robert Filliou

Material collected by Knud Pedersen, including correspondence from Robert Filliou; "Kunst og jukeboxe i tidligere kirke," Aarhuus Stiftstidende (10/11/1963), news clipping on Filliou's performance of Whispered Art History in Copenhagen; Phantomas 50 (1965).

1963-1982
I.302 Robert Filliou

Letter Christopher P. Stephens - Hendricks regarding Robert Filliou tapes and "odds and ends" (10/5/1984).

1984
I.303 Robert Filliou

"Unpublished No Book," manuscript and letter sent to Something Else Press by Robert Filliou and George Brecht as a practical joke on Dick Higgins.

1965
I.304 Robert Filliou

Material acquired from Robert Filliou. Includes notes, sketches, plans and other material by Filliou and George Brecht for realized and unrealized works, mostly from La Cedille Qui Sourit, Villefranche-sur-Mer.

1965-[1968?]
I.305 Robert Filliou

Rise of the Eternal Network/One-minute scenarios, notes by Filliou and George Brecht; One Minute Scenarios 1969 version, typescript; 32 Scenarios de 1 Minute, 2 French typescripts, one annotated.

1960s
I.306 Robert Filliou

Whispered Art History, typescript (12 pages), and Copenhagen Pages (10/1963) with excerpt of same.

1963
I.307 Robert Filliou

Copy of letter to editor of Berlinake Tidende, regarding article on Paris Biennale 12/19/1963 (12/21/1963), with clipping; catalogue from POIPOI, June-July 1961, Galerie Køpcke, Copenhagen; "International research."

1961-1963
I.308 Robert Filliou

Material related to "Product Cinema," film project proposed by Filliou.

undated
I.309 Robert Filliou

Material acquired from Robert Filliou. Includes correspondence, notes, photograph and other material by Filliou and George Brecht for realized and unrealized works. Includes 10 event cards from 1961 sent to Robert Filliou by George Brecht (7/17/1962); Hendricks description of purchases from Robert Filliou (8/22/1984).

1962-1966, 1984
I.310 Robert Filliou

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.311 Robert Filliou

1 of 10 folders of material related to "24 Hour Hand Clock," planned edition with Scott Hyde, acquired from Scott Hyde. This folder: correspondence and notes to Scott Hyde.
Inventory #s: 03145.1-4

[ca. 1968]
I.312 Robert Filliou

2 of 10 folders of material related to "24 Hour Hand Clock," planned edition with Scott Hyde, acquired from Scott Hyde. This folder: correspondence to and (copies) from Scott Hyde and Unlimited (Richard Anniss).
Inventory #s: 03146, 03147, 03148, 03149, 03150, 03151, 03152, 03153, 03154, 03155, 03156.1-2

1967-1970
I.313 Robert Filliou

3 of 10 folders of material related to "24 Hour Hand Clock," planned edition with Scott Hyde, acquired from Scott Hyde. This folder: correspondence, including to and (copies) from Scott Hyde; sketches; notes; related documents.
Inventory #s: 03157, 03158, 03159.1-3, 03160.1-2, 03161, 03162, 03163.a-b, 03164, 03165, 03166, 03167, 03168, 03169.1-2, 03170, 03171, 03172

1968-1977
I.314 Robert Filliou

4 of 10 folders of material related to "24 Hour Hand Clock," planned edition with Scott Hyde, acquired from Scott Hyde. This folder: correspondence, including to and (copies) from Scott Hyde; sketches; notes; related documents.
Inventory #s: 03173, 03174, 03175, 03176, 03177, 03178, 03179, 03180, 03181, 03182, 03183, 03184, 03185, 03186, 03187, 03188, 03189.1-2, 03190, 03191, 03192, 03193, 03194, 03195, 03196

1967-1969
I.315 Robert Filliou

5 of 10 folders of material related to "24 Hour Hand Clock," planned edition with Scott Hyde, acquired from Scott Hyde. This folder: includes correspondence to Scott Hyde and from Unlimited (Richard Anniss) to Scott Hyde.
Inventory #s: 03197.1-17

1968-1969
I.316 Robert Filliou

6 of 10 folders of material related to "24 Hour Hand Clock," planned edition with Scott Hyde, acquired from Scott Hyde. This folder: "Work Around the Clock," text by Robert Filliou and Scott Hyde, 2 versions.
Inventory #s: 03198

[ca. 1968]
I.317 Robert Filliou

7 of 10 folders of material related to "24 Hour Hand Clock," planned edition with Scott Hyde, acquired from Scott Hyde. This folder: promotional materials from Unlimited.
Inventory #s: 03199.1-3

I.318 Robert Filliou

8 of 10 folders of material related to "24 Hour Hand Clock," planned edition with Scott Hyde, acquired from Scott Hyde. This folder: correspondence to Scott Hyde from PT Barclay and Partners.
Inventory #s: 03200

1968
I.319 Robert Filliou

9 of 10 folders of material related to "24 Hour Hand Clock," planned edition with Scott Hyde, acquired from Scott Hyde. This folder: correspondence; notes; text; maquette.
Inventory #s: 03201, 03202, 03203, [03204], 03205

[1968]
I.320 Robert Filliou

10 of 10 folders of material related to "24 Hour Hand Clock," planned edition with Scott Hyde, acquired from Scott Hyde. This folder: draft of statement about "Hand Show" by Scott Hyde; copies of correspondence from Scott Hyde to Unlimited.
Inventory #s: 03206.1-5

1968
I.321 Robert Filliou

Announcement for "One Million and Tenth Anniversary of the Birth of Art."
Accession #s: 96.18

1973
I.322 Robert Filliou

Color slides of performance of Leeds, mailed to Hendricks by Roy Slade, with letter.
Accession #s: 94.20, 93.10

1969, 1993, 1994
I.323 Robert Filliou

"How-to-find-hard-to-find-facts-about-Fluxus-fellows-and-friends," by Robert Filliou and Emmett Williams; includes notes and publication announcement.
Accession #s: 00.07

1983, undated
I.324 Robert Filliou

Programs and news clippings from 1963 Paris Biennale.
Accession #s: 04.01

1963
I.325 Robert Filliou

Ephemera, news clippings, and correspondence, acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1961-1982
I.326 Robert Filliou

Notebook, inscribed "Paris - Mullhouse train journey."
Accession #s: 06.01

1963
I.327 Robert Filliou

Clés pour les arts no. 17, 1972, with interview with the artist; "Whispered Art History," Copenhagen (1963).

1963, 1972
I.328 Albert Fine

The Book of 0 Dol, 67 index cards, manuscript for unrealized publication.

undated
I.329 Albert Fine

Correspondence and mailed artwork, including to Ken Friedman and Joe Jones.
Accession #s: 90.14

1965-1973
I.330 Albert Fine

Includes undated correspondence; 1 poem "for Diane," glockundspiel by "Algebrecht Fein," 1965; collaged postcard addressed to Albert Fine, with instructions to send to Ray Johnson and Richard C. (11/30/1965).
Accession #s: 90.14

1965, undated
I.331 Albert Fine

ALS postcard to "Floating Bear" with poem ("how many insteps is a cheese omelette") (4/4/1962); 5 typescript poems; "Some reflections prompted by two recent articles in The New Yorker, and Time," typescript article on pop art with hand annotations, 5 pages (1964).

1962-1965
I.332 Albert Fine

Lightworks no. 19 (Winter 1988/1989): Reclaiming Resources: Art as Recycling/Recycling as Art. Includes "Maintaining a Lotus in a Snakepit: The Life and Art of A.Fine," by Charlton Burch and Gary S. Vasilash.

1988
I.333 Albert Fine

Collection correspondence; exhibition ephemera.

1991
I.334 Albert Fine

Works, notes, and other material by Albert Fine acquired from Dick Higgins, including items in Ben Vautier's hand with additions by Albert Fine.

undated
I.335 Albert Fine

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use.

undated
I.336 Herman Fine

Photocopies of three address labels made by Maciunas for Herman Fine.

undated
I.337 Fluxus Collective

Photocopies of notes and sketches by Maciunas concerning Fluxcabinet; Silverman photographs of work.

[1975-1977]
I.338 Fluxus Collective

Notes and sketches by Maciunas concerning Fluxcabinet.
Silverman #s: >297.III
Inventory #s: 01535, 01536, 01537, 01538, 01539, 01540.1-7, 01541.1-3

[1975-1977]
I.339 Fluxus Collective

"Tickets," originals and photocopies.

undated
I.340 Fluxus Collective

"Fluxpack 3," collection photographs of collection works.

undated
I.341 Fluxus Collective

"Fluxfilms," notes, photocopies, and collection photographs for publication.

undated
I.342 Fluxus Collective

Photocopies, notes, and collection photographs of Fluxus works for publication.

undated
I.343 Fluxus West

Ephemera; stationery; mock-ups for flyers; correspondence to Ken Friedman; notes by Ken Friedman.

1967-1974
I.344 Fluxus West

Correspondence and ephemera, including with and concerning the Underground Press Syndicate.

1968, 1980-1982, undated
I.345 Fluxus West

Concerns Fluxus West in England.

1971
I.346 Henry Flynt

Includes "Picket Stockhausen Concert!" flyer for Action Against Cultural Imperialism demonstration against Karlheinz Stockhausen concert at Judson Church (9/8/1964); "Down with Art" Fluxpress brochure by Henry Flynt (1968); TLS Henry Flynt - Hendricks (1/8/2008) regarding 1964 demonstrations; "The Russian-Soviet Anti-Art Tradition Will Serve the Working Class!" copy of typscript by Henry Flynt, 6 pages; correspondence to Hendricks.
Silverman #s: 556
Inventory #s: 06254, 01713

1964-1968, 2008
I.347 Henry Flynt

Correspondence between Henry Flynt and Hendricks regarding Action Against Cultural Imperialism and Thomas Kellein's scholarship. Includes photocopies of original material and essays.

2007
I.348 Henry Flynt

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with notes by Hendricks.

undated
I.349 Henry Flynt

Fragments & Reconstructions from a Destroyed oeuvre, 1959-1963. Catalogue from exhibition at Backworks.

1982
I.350 Peter Frank

Photograph of the artist and 1 postcard to Ken Friedman (10/22/1978).

1978-1979
I.351 Wilhelm Freddie

News clippings.

1961-1962
I.352 Wilhelm Freddie

Ephemera and news clippings acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1959-1962
I.353 Ken Friedman

29 color Polaroids taken by Ken Friedman of Fluxus works in The Friedman Collection, Alternative Traditions in Contemporary Art, University of Iowa, with TLS - Hendricks (1/15/1986).

1984-1986
I.354 Ken Friedman

49 color Polaroids taken by Ken Friedman of Fluxus works in The Friedman Collection, Alternative Traditions in Contemporary Art, University of Iowa.

1984
I.355 Ken Friedman

1 of 6 folders of correspondence to Milan Knížák and Sonia Švecová, mostly regarding Aktual and an exchange of works, with sketches, small paintings, photographs, other enclosures. Includes Sleeve Piece for Sonia.

1967-1976
I.356 Ken Friedman

2 of 6 folders of correspondence to Milan Knížák and Sonia Švecová, mostly regarding Aktual and an exchange works, with sketches, small paintings, photographs, other enclosures.

1967-1976
I.357 Ken Friedman

3 of 6 folders of correspondence to Milan Knížák and Sonia Švecová, mostly regarding Aktual and an exchange of works, with sketches, small paintings, photographs, other enclosures.

1967-1976
I.358 Ken Friedman

4 of 6 folders of correspondence to Milan Knížák and Sonia Švecová, mostly regarding Aktual and an exchange of works, with sketches, small paintings, photographs, other enclosures. Includes hat inscribed and signed by Thad Freeman.

1967-1976
I.359 Ken Friedman

5 of 6 folders of correspondence to Milan Knížák and Sonia Švecová, mostly regarding Aktual and an exchange of works, with sketches, small paintings, photographs, other enclosures. This folder includes graphic works and flyers for Fluxus and Aktual events by Friedman; Aktual booklets by Ken Friedman.

1967-1976
I.360 Ken Friedman

6 of 6 folders of correspondence to Milan Knížák and Sonia Švecová, mostly regarding Aktual and an exchange of works, with sketches, small paintings, photographs, other enclosures.

1967-1976
I.361 Ken Friedman

Correspondence to the Silvermans from Ken Friedman; collection correspondence regarding potential acquisitions.

1982, 1993
I.362 Ken Friedman

Materials for Fluxmystery Kit (1967). Sent from Ken Friedman to Hendricks 1988.

1967, 1988
I.363 Ken Friedman

1 of 4 folders of copies of Archiv Sohm information sheets (for Happening & Fluxus catalogue chronology) filled out by Ken Friedman on Fluxus West events and works, sent to Maciunas by Ken Friedman. Also included in this folder "Chronology of Fluxus West, 1966-1970;" essay by Ken Friedman on Sebastopol Jones.

1970
I.364 Ken Friedman

2 of 4 folders of copies of Archiv Sohm information sheets (for Happening & Fluxus catalogue chronology) filled out by Ken Friedman on Fluxus West events and works, sent to Maciunas by Ken Friedman.

1970
I.365 Ken Friedman

3 of 4 folders of copies of Archiv Sohm information sheets (for Happening and Fluxus catalogue chronology) filled out by Ken Friedman on Fluxus West events and works, sent to Maciunas by Ken Friedman.

1970
I.366 Ken Friedman

4 of 4 folders of copies of Archiv Sohm information sheets (for Happening & Fluxus catalogue chronology) filled out by Ken Friedman on Fluxus West events and works, sent to Maciunas by Ken Friedman.

1970
I.367 Ken Friedman

Visa TouRistE "Fluxfest Passport," 2 copies (1 blank, 1 stamped 9/29/1971) from "Fluxfest at And/Or." Also includes collection documentation.

1971
I.368 Ken Friedman

Transcript of Ken Friedman interview with Peter Frank (1979), annotated by Ken Friedman and others; "Winged Art" (1967); "22 Sheets for a gusty performance" (1967).

1967, 1979
I.369 Ken Friedman

"The Life of Maciunas Master List," stamped sheets with annotations by Ken Friedman.

undated
I.370 Ken Friedman

Copies of correspondence to Dick Higgins and Alison Knowles.

1966-1967
I.371 Ken Friedman

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas.

1966-1975
I.372 Ken Friedman

Correspondence to Knud Pedersen.

1972-1975
I.373 Ken Friedman

Copies of correspondence to Wolf Vostell.

1967-1974
I.374 Ken Friedman

2 newsletters sent to Robert Watts regarding Fluxus West.

1967
I.375 Ken Friedman

Fluxus West newsletter, 20 copies.

1967
I.376 Ken Friedman

Includes "program & bibliofile" for "Happening as Education" (1966).

1966-1967; 1990
I.377 Ken Friedman

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.378 Ken Friedman

Correspondence with Colin Naylor about "Free Fluxus Now" issue of Art and Artists, no. 79 (10/1972); copy of the issue.

1972-1974
I.379 Ken Friedman

Ephemera and correspondence.

Note: folders I.379-I.461 are Ken Friedman's own papers. They contain both material created by him (works, texts, etc.) and material collected by him (flyers, etc.). Occasionally they contain explanatory notes from the artist.

1971-1972, 1977
I.380 Ken Friedman

Cloth sack.

undated
I.381 Ken Friedman

"Ken Friedman: Events," texts. From P.S.1, December 1980 - January 1981.

1980-1981
I.382 Ken Friedman

Contact lists.

1971-1973
I.383 Ken Friedman

The Artistic Acrobatic Acid Booklet of Non-Artistotelia, nos. 1-4.

1965-1966
I.384 Ken Friedman

Ephemera.

1973-1982
I.385 Ken Friedman

Ephemera; essays; letterhead.

1970-1982
I.386 Ken Friedman

Ephemera.

1973-1980
I.387 Ken Friedman

Ephemera.

1973-1979
I.388 Ken Friedman

"March '57" folder, includes ephemera, notes, and works, with inventory of contents.

1967-1973
I.389 Ken Friedman

Mock-ups for posters; "Paris Hare project" notes and sketches.

undated
I.390 Ken Friedman

Photographs and contact sheets of the artist and exhibitions and events; Fluxus West correspondence.

1970, undated
I.391 Ken Friedman

Address book.

undated
I.392 Ken Friedman

Correspondence; ephemera; news clippings.

1967-1972, 1984
I.393 Ken Friedman

"Fluxus book," includes notes, correspondence (including from Geoffrey Hendricks and John Held, Jr.), Fluxnewsletter (1/31/1968), and "Diary of Correspondence: 1979 by John Held, Jr."

1968-1982
I.394 Ken Friedman

Includes essay, "Ken Friedman's Stamp Work, 1956-1979" by Albert Phillips (1979); ephemera; notes; sketches.

1969, 1971, 1979-1983
I.395 Ken Friedman

Includes correspondence; ephemera; works.

1967-1972
I.396 Ken Friedman

Correspondence; ephemera and performance photographs from performance at P.S.1 (1/25/1981); essays.

1981
I.397 Ken Friedman

Ephemera; news clippings.

1972-1994
I.398 Ken Friedman

Ephemera and mailings.

1969
I.399 Ken Friedman

"Offered to Gil Silverman," list of items offered for sale to collection by Ken Friedman.

1985
I.400 Ken Friedman

Ephemera; letter from Steve Random (4/5/1984).

1980, 1984
I.401 Ken Friedman

Correspondence; ephemera; "On Fluxus," text by Ken Friedman.

1970-1978
I.402 Ken Friedman

"A portfolio of drawings by Ken Friedman" (1965-1966), photocopy.

1970
I.403 Ken Friedman

Includes "A Commentary on Dada, Anti-Art and Krazy Art," essay by Ken Friedman; sketches; notes; photograph of sculpture installation by the artist.

1973-1975, undated
I.404 Ken Friedman

The Promethean (January 1968); "South Carolina ETV Network," folder with score for "The Signalman."

1968-1975
I.405 Ken Friedman

Ephemera; photographs; news clippings.

1972-1974
I.406 Ken Friedman

Ephemera; mailings; news clippings.

1972-1974
I.407 Ken Friedman

Includes ephemera; correspondence; "Persons invited to be co-curators of NET," list; essays.

1966-1973, undated
I.408 Ken Friedman

Ephemera; news clippings.

1972-1974
I.409 Ken Friedman

"A dialogue with Ken Friedman by Thomas Albright," Joslyn Art Museum.

[1973]
I.410 Ken Friedman

Ephemera.

1967, undated
I.411 Ken Friedman

"Misc. articles on Ken Friedman or Fluxus (not particularly useful)," photocopies.

undated
I.412 Ken Friedman

Poems.

undated
I.413 Ken Friedman

Mock-up for poster; texts and poems.

undated
I.414 Ken Friedman

"Fluxus editions" and "Fluxus editions papers," includes correspondence, documentation, and notes concerning "Fluxus Editions" publishing house organized by the artist.

1974
I.415 Ken Friedman

Ephemera; mailings; notes; correspondence; news clippings.

1970-1981
I.416 Ken Friedman

Ephemera; sketches; news clippings; mailings; correspondence; notes.

1966-1979
I.417 Ken Friedman

Includes photographs of the artist; hologram ("prop used in perf.").

1967, 1976
I.418 Ken Friedman

1 of 2 folders, "Ken Friedman events - 1982 exhibition version," typed scores 1956-1967.

1982
I.419 Ken Friedman

2 of 2 folders, "Ken Friedman events - 1982 exhibition version," typed scores 1967-1982.

1982
I.420 Ken Friedman

"Xerox proofs of 1967 flyers."

1967
I.421 Ken Friedman

"Ken Friedman ref. material," includes curricula vitae and ephemera.

undated
I.422 Ken Friedman

"Ken Friedman: Events," texts, with introduction by Jay Belloli and essay by Peter Frank. From P.S.1, December 1980 - January 1981.

1980
I.423 Ken Friedman

1 of 2 folders, "Interesting or valuable articles on Ken Friedman or Fluxus," photocopies of articles.

1974-1982
I.424 Ken Friedman

2 of 2 folders, "Interesting or valuable articles on Ken Friedman or Fluxus," photocopies of articles.

1974-1982
I.425 Ken Friedman

"Stamps," concerns artists' stamps and exhibition Artists' Stamps and Stamp Images (1974).

1974-1980
I.426 Ken Friedman

Sketches.

1971, undated
I.427 Ken Friedman

Working folders; texts; works; ephemera.

1972-1979, undated
I.428 Ken Friedman

Correspondence; texts; works; ephemera. Includes photcopy of the artist's submission to Mieko Shiomi's Spatial Poem No. 4, "Shadow Event" (1972).

1971-1972
I.429 Ken Friedman

Working material; ephemera; texts; works.

1967-1975, undated
I.430 Ken Friedman

Working material; ephemera; texts; works; correspondence.

1966-1979
I.431 Ken Friedman

Interviews with the artist.

1978-1979, undated
I.432 Ken Friedman

Rubber vol. 2, no. 9 (1979), Ken Friedman issue, 2 copies.

1979
I.433 Ken Friedman

Ephemera; correspondence.

1971-1972
I.434 Ken Friedman

Ephemera.

1967-1982
I.435 Ken Friedman

Ephemera.

1975-1982
I.436 Ken Friedman

Ephemera.

1972-1975
I.437 Ken Friedman

Ephemera.

1967-1979, undated
I.438 Ken Friedman

Ephemera.

1969-1981
I.439 Ken Friedman

Ephemera.

1971-1981
I.440 Ken Friedman

Ephemera.

1973-1978, undated
I.441 Ken Friedman

Ephemera.

1968, undated
I.442 Ken Friedman

Correspondence, including copies of letters to Maciunas,

1967-1970
I.443 Ken Friedman

News clippings; ephemera; booklets.

1975-1977
I.444 Ken Friedman

Ephemera; news clippings.

1969-1982, undated
I.445 Ken Friedman

Ephemera; interview of the artist by Helen and Newton Harrison; news clippings.

1972-1973, undated
I.446 Ken Friedman

Ephemera; correspondence, including from Hendricks and Jochen Gerz.

1968-1982
I.447 Ken Friedman

Correspondence with Flash Art magazine.

1973-1974
I.448 Ken Friedman

Correspondence and ephemera from Inner Space (Linn House).

1966-1967
I.449 Ken Friedman

Materials apparently collected by Ken Friedman, including correspondence and ephemera sent to Knud Pedersen. Includes folder of items marked "Fluxus."

1960-1979
I.450 Ken Friedman

Materials apparently collected by Ken Friedman, including ephemera and issues of Open Process.

1968-1983
I.451 Ken Friedman

1 of 7 folders of ephemera from and correspondence with W.O.R.K.S., Calgary.

1972-1974
I.452 Ken Friedman

2 of 7 folders of ephemera from and correspondence with W.O.R.K.S., Calgary. This folder includes CLUES by David Mayor, 2 copies.

1972-1974
I.453 Ken Friedman

3 of 7 folders of ephemera from and correspondence with W.O.R.K.S., Calgary.

1972-1974
I.454 Ken Friedman

4 of 7 folders of ephemera from and correspondence with W.O.R.K.S., Calgary.

1972-1974
I.455 Ken Friedman

5 of 7 folders of ephemera from and correspondence with W.O.R.K.S., Calgary.

1972-1974
I.456 Ken Friedman

6 of 7 folders of ephemera from and correspondence with W.O.R.K.S., Calgary.

1972-1974
I.457 Ken Friedman

7 of 7 folders of ephemera from and correspondence with W.O.R.K.S., Calgary.

1972-1974
I.458 Ken Friedman

Correspondence, including from Wolf Vostell, Evert Van Straaten, and Phillip L. Ryan.

1968-1973.
I.459 Ken Friedman

"186," photocopies of artist biographies, correspondence, and contributions, possibly for planned publication. Acquired from Ken Friedman.

undated
I.460 Ken Friedman

"Fluxus Performance," draft and final version of essay by Ken Friedman. Acquired from Ken Friedman.

1982
I.461 Ken Friedman

"Events" by Ken Friedman for exhibition, Ken Friedman: A Perspective Exhibition, Nelson I.C. Gallery, University of California Davis (11/16-30/1973). Acquired from Ken Friedman.

1973
I.462 Michael Gibbs

"Progressive Poem," 2 cards in envelope.

undated
I.463 Ludwig Gosewitz

Includes material regarding "Wurftexte" (1962); 1962 material acquired from Harry Ruhé.

1962, 1976, 1985
I.464 Hans Haacke

Ephemera.

1966-1977
I.465 Ann Halprin

Collection photograph of Landscape Event.

undated
I.466 Al Hansen

Ephemera and correspondence to Aase "Tut" Køpcke, acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1983, 1996, undated
I.467 Al Hansen

Statement on Happenings, 4 pages (undated); ephemera.

1971-1974, undated
I.468 Hans Hartmann

Correspondence with collector Hans Hartmann concerning his loan of a work by Arthur Køpcke to an exhibition.

1988
I.469 Hans Hartmann

Various Fluxus ephemera and photocopies of articles acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann. Includes "History of the Annual New York Avant Garde Festival" by Charlotte Moorman (1973).

1962-1963, 1973, 1992, undated
I.470 Hans Hartmann

News clippings connected to Fluxus acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1970-1977, 1992-1996
I.471 Hans Hartmann

Various Fluxus ephemera acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann, including from "Poex 65" (1965.), "Excellent '92" (1992), and Ben Vautier's "Le Litre de 'Var Superieur' Rouge Coute" (undated).

1977, 1985, 1992, undated
I.472 Hans Hartmann

Articles on Fluxus acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann, including "St. George and the Fluxus Dragon" by Emmett Williams.

undated
I.473 Hans Hartmann

Various Fluxus ephemera and news clippings acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann, including from the 9th Annual Avant Garde Festival (1972) and invitation to Mobilia from Arthur Køpcke (1964).

1964, 1972, 1994, undated
I.474 Hans Hartmann

News clippings regarding pop art acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1964
I.475 Hans Hartmann

Ephemera regarding pop art acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann, including poster for Andy Warhol at Leo Castelli (1964).

1963-1966
I.476 Hans Hartmann

Ephemera regarding pop art acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1963-1966
I.477 Hans Hartmann

Ephemera from Galerie René Block acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1961-1971
I.478 Hans Hartmann

Ephemera and pamphlets acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1965, 1987, undated
I.479 Hans Hartmann

News clippings acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1962-1964
I.480 Hans Hartmann

News clippings and ephemera acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1992-1995
I.481 Hans Hartmann

News clippings and ephemera acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1991-1999
I.482 Lee Hefflin

Correspondence and works sent to Ken Friedman.

1967
I.483 Bici Forbes Hendricks

Includes "Statement of Aims and Purposes of the Black Thumb Press" (1966); polaroid snapshots of Bici Forbes Hendricks taken by Hendricks (1989); photocopy and copy negative of portrait.

Note: Bici Forbes Hendricks is also known as Nye Ffarrabas.

1966, 1971, 1989
I.484 Geoffrey Hendricks

Includes collaborations with Nye Ffarrabas [Bici Forbes Hendricks]. Includes material regarding "The Friday Book of White Noise;" photos; correspondence (original and photocopy); ephemera; exhibition announcements.

1966-1993, 2008-2009
I.485 Geoffrey Hendricks

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.486 Henri Gallery

Correspondence from Richard C.

1967, undated
I.487 Henri Gallery

Correspondence and ephemera. Includes letter to Silverman from Henri (Henrietta Ehrsam) about Henri Gallery materials (8/17/1981).

1967-1973, 1981, undated
I.488 Henri Gallery

L.A. artists' publication (October 1972).

1972
I.489 Hi Red Center

"Record of Features and Feats," includes worksheets from Flux Clinic event and photocopies of worksheets for On Kawara and "Hiraoka."
Accession #s: [00.14]

[1966]
I.490 Hi Red Center

Velox of Genpei Akasegawa's face for Bundle of Events; negatives for Hotel Event at Waldorf Astoria poster; with notes from Hendricks.

undated
I.491 Hi Red Center

Hendricks notes and other material from meeting with Jiro Takamatsu and Genpei Akasegawa, 1982. Includes poster by Maciunas and Shigeko Kubota for Bundle of Events (1965).

1982, 1965
I.492 Hi Red Center

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.493 Dick Higgins

Photocopies and typed transcriptions of Maciunas correspondence to Dick Higgins.

1962-1966
I.494 Dick Higgins

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas; 1 ALS regarding "Penny Piece" (6/19/1971).

1962-1978
I.495 Dick Higgins

Correspondence, includes to Philip Corner (photocopy); Albert Fine; Allan Kaprow; Arthur Køpcke; Knud Pedersen; Florence Tarlow; Ben Vautier; Robert Watts (with reply); also ALS Hermann Braun - Hendricks (photocopy, 1/3/2009).
Accession #s: 90.14

1963-1982, 2009
I.496 Dick Higgins

Correspondence with Ken Friedman. Includes "Thirteen Serious Considerations" (1978).

1966-1980
I.497 Dick Higgins

Two papers on William Carlos Williams.

1959
I.498 Dick Higgins

Includes concert programs; exhibition announcements; photocopies of writings.

1960-1982
I.499 Dick Higgins

"Bio/Bibliography."

1979, 1995
I.500 Dick Higgins

"A Book About Love & War & Death" (1965). Includes Great Bear Pamphlet; two copies of typescript draft.

1965
I.501 Dick Higgins

Insurance papers for "Requiem for Wagner" (1962) sent from Dick Higgins to Hendricks.

1988
I.502 Dick Higgins

"A Fluxessay for a Few of my Fluxfriends," typescript.

1982
I.503 Dick Higgins

Something Else Press newsletters. Includes annotated typescripts for "Intermedia" (February 1966) and "Structural Researches" (April 1968).

1966-1971
I.504 Dick Higgins

Something Else Press history, 1963-1973, annotated typescript.

after 1973
I.505 Dick Higgins

"Postface," annotated typescript sent to Wolf Vostell by Dick Higgins.

1964
I.506 Dick Higgins

"A New Novel about Syphaloon Endestuary," annotated typescript.

1961
I.507 Dick Higgins

Unidentified notes.

undated
I.508 Dick Higgins

"The Tart or Miss America," flyer and typescript instructions.

1963
I.509 Dick Higgins

"Broadway Opera," concert program and photocopy of score.

1962
I.510 Dick Higgins

Includes photograph of Higgins's Christopher Street apartment; photocopy of "Three Dramas for George" ([1961?]/1991); mailings; ephemera.

1961-1982, 1991-1994,
I.511 Dick Higgins

"Around the World in a Minesweeper, or A Few Observations on Fluxus," typescript.

after 1979
I.512 Dick Higgins

"Fluxus: Theory and Reception," typescript.

1982
I.513 Dick Higgins

"The Fabulous World of Typhoon-Willie"/"Die Fabelhafte Getraeume von Taifun-Willi," annotated typescript for a "radio Happening," with letter to Ken Friedman.

1966
I.514 Dick Higgins

East Village Other, Vol. 2 No. 28, with article by Dick Higgins, "Can Art Be Far Behind?"

1967
I.515 Dick Higgins

"Some Graphis Mirrors," 2 copies.

1967
I.516 Dick Higgins

Piano Sonata #2 (Graphic #192) (1982); Song for an voice(s) and instruments(s) (Graphic 192b) (1983). Printed scores.

1982-1983
I.517 Dick Higgins

Cabarets, Contributions, Einschlusz. Event program/score and performance photograph.

1960
I.518 Dick Higgins

News clippings regarding performances; program for Something Else concert (1965); "Proposed Program for a Fluxfest in Prague, 1966," Fluxus mailing.

1959-1966
I.519 Dick Higgins

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.520 Dick Higgins

Includes prospectus for "Graphis 82 kit" (1986); text for Graphis 118; ccontact sheets of photographs of unidentified Fluxus performance; notes by Dick Higgins from letter to John Hunov (1963).
Accession #s: 00.01, 00.20, 93.08

1963, 1986, undated
I.521 Dick Higgins

Typescript for 100 Plays, 102 pages.
Accession #s: 00.01

1961
I.522 Dick Higgins

1 of 2 containing annotated typescript for Postface, pages 1-40.
Accession #s: 94.10

undated
I.523 Dick Higgins

2 of 2 containing annotated typescript for Postface, pages 41-83.
Accession #s: 94.10

undated
I.524 Dick Higgins

Texts and mailings once belonging to Arthur Køpcke.
Accession #s: 96.18

1960-1968, undated
I.525 Dick Higgins

Ephemera and pamphlets of the Something Else Press acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1965-1968
I.526 Dick Higgins

The Something Else Newsletter, vol. 1, nos. 1 and 5-11; vol. 2, nos. 1-5. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1966-1972
I.527 Dick Higgins

Ephemera, including for the Something Else Gallery, acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1965-1972
I.528 Dick Higgins

Ephemera, including order form for Jefferson's Birthday/Postface; "Zeichen-Spiele," German translation of "Design Plays" (1960).

1960, 1964-1965
I.529 Dick Higgins

"An Anomymous Novel About the Snow," 10 pages.

undated
I.530 Dick Higgins

"assignments" ("old version").

1969
I.531 Dick Higgins

"as: another seven," 1 page.

1979
I.532 Dick Higgins

"Musarum Liber XXV Urania," book.

undated
I.533 Dick Higgins

"Blank Images and Otherwise," 11 pages.

1969
I.534 Dick Higgins

"Blank Images," 2 copies.

1968
I.535 Dick Higgins

"A Book," 5 pages.

1981
I.536 Dick Higgins

"Book bells, slowly moving," 23 pages.

undated
I.537 Dick Higgins

"City with all the angles: a radio play," 48 pages.

1971
I.538 Dick Higgins

"Colloquial and sentimental edifices," 10 page text (1960) and printed article in underground (November 1966).

1966
I.539 Dick Higgins

"Danger Musics," folder of collages and correspondence.

1981-1982, undated
I.540 Dick Higgins

"A Fluxessay for a Few of my Fluxfriends," photocopy, 8 pages.

1981
I.541 Dick Higgins

gilles, text about performance, contact sheets, and filmstrips from performance at the Whitney Museum.

1976-1978
I.542 Dick Higgins

"Glue Mama's Best Munchies," score enclosed with letter to Linda Weintraub (11/5/1985).

1985
I.543 Dick Higgins

Typescript, 29 pages, described by Hendricks as "German text translated by Eckart Rahn on Happenings and Fluxus."

undated
I.544 Dick Higgins

"mice all over the place," 9 pages.

1971
I.545 Dick Higgins

"The Noun 'Happening'" ("school version"), 20 pages.

undated
I.546 Dick Higgins

"Le Petit Cirque au fin du Monde," photocopy, 21 pages.

1967
I.547 Dick Higgins

"The Post-Cognitive Era: Looking for the Sense in it All," 9 pages.

1976
I.548 Dick Higgins

"Postmodern Performance: Some Criteria and Common Points," 15 pages.

1978
I.549 Dick Higgins

ICA Magazine no. 6 (1977), with contributions from Dick Higgins and Robert Filliou.

1977
I.550 Dick Higgins

Magazines with articles by Dick Higgins.

1968-1981
I.551 Dick Higgins

Magazines with articles by Dick Higgins.

1982-1985
I.552 Dick Higgins

"six trivial reflections," photcopy, 4 pages.

1977
I.553 Dick Higgins

Printer's proof of "Spring Game," 17 pages.

undated
I.554 Dick Higgins

"The Strategy of Visual Poetry: Three Aspects," 19 pages.

undated
I.555 Dick Higgins

"Towards an Allusive Deferential," 9 pages.

1977
I.556 Dick Higgins

"Thirteen Serious Considerations," 17 cards in envelope.

1978
I.557 Dick Higgins

"Twenty Seven Episodes for the Aquarian Theater."

undated
I.558 Dick Higgins

"Two Essays Written on May 16, 1976," photocopy.

1976
I.559 Dick Higgins

"Death and the Nickle Cigar: a lickety split mystery," bound typescript, 154 pages.

1969
I.560 Dick Higgins

Includes ephemera, texts, articles, and notes.

1969-1986, undated
I.561 Dick Higgins

Copy of letter exchange between Dick Higgins, Maciunas, and Jeff Berner
Inventory #s: 01318

1966
I.562 Dick Higgins

Essays by Dick Higgins; "An Analytical Checklist of Books from Something Else Press" in Small Press Review by Hugh Fox (1974); Something Else Press newsletters.

1966-1978
I.563 Dick Higgins

Ephemera, essays, and texts, including set of yellow text postcards mailed to Knud Pedersen (1978); "Computers for the Arts" (1970); "Some Graphis Mirrors" (1967); "iron-on" labels published by Vice-Versand (1969).
Inventory #s: 02563

1963-1978
I.564 Dick Higgins

"Employment Questionnaire."

undated
I.565 Dick Higgins

"The Tart, or Miss America," includes photocopies of photographs, tickets, correspondence to Dick Higgins, news clippings, and typescript.

1962-1964
I.566 Dick Higgins

"The Tart, or Miss America," "a scherzo or maybe a sermon of some kind," text, contact sheets by Peter Moore, and news clipings.

1962-1965
I.567 Dick Higgins

"The Tart, or Miss America," ephemera.

[1965]
I.568 Dick Higgins

"Stacked Deck," text for opera by Dick Higgins and Richard Maxfield and news clippings.

1960, undated
I.569 Dick Higgins

Dick Higgins's Bachelor of Science degree, conferred by Columbia University.

1960
I.570 Davi Det Hompson

Correspondence with Hendricks, plus enclosed cards and works, including "There's Music in My Soles" (1972).

1972, 1993-1996
I.571 Davi Det Hompson

Books by Hompson, acquired from J.N. Herlin. Also includes TLS Davi Det Hompson - Ken Friedman (7/28/1982).

1976-1977, 1982-1983
I.572 Davi Det Hompson

Cover of Fold Out, 8 copies ("David Thompson/Fluxus").

1966
I.573 Armin Hundertmark

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, mostly regarding works for publication by Edition Hundertmark. Includes advertisements and catalogues for editions for sale, including by Joseph Beuys, Milan Knížák, Gerhard Rühm, Hermann Nitsch, Ben Vautier, Tomas Schmit, Eric Anderson.

1970-1986
I.574 Armin Hundertmark

Correspondence to Arthur Køpcke, including on poscards, collage, and Edition Hundertmark stationery. In German.
Inventory #s: 06044.1-13

1969-1976
I.575 John Hunov

Includes festival and exhibition news clippings (originally from Galerie Køpcke?) acquired from John Hunov; letter to Køpcke (undated).
Accession #s: 00.20

1961-1967, undated
I.576 Alice Hutchins

Includes photographs by Peter Moore of works by Alice Hutchins, sent by Alice Hutchins to Hendricks; correspondence to Hendricks, Ken Friedman, Alison Knowles, Maciunas (photocopy).
Accession #s: 89.03

1967-1968, 1986-1989
I.577 Dorothy Iannone

Ephemera mailed to Arthur Køpcke (11/25/1970).

1970
I.578 Toshi Ichiyanagi

Photocopies of scores.

1960-1963
I.579 Toshi Ichiyanagi

Photocopy and transcript of ALS Maciunas - Toshi Ichiyanagi (12/8/1961); photocopy of Maciunas notes on Toshi Ichiyanagi.

1961-1963
I.580 Tatu Izumi

Mailing to Galerie Parnass, including photographs for model of Naiqua Gallery.

1963
I.581 Terry Jennings

Photocopies of scores.

1960-1963
I.582 Ray Johnson

Correspondence, including to Philip Krumm (photocopy); with Albert Fine to George Brecht.
Accession #s: 90.14

1963-ca. 1965
I.583 Ray Johnson

Correspondence to Ken Friedman; ephemera.

1966-1971
I.584 Joe Jones

Includes correspondence to and from; material regarding Fluxorchestra; interview with Michael Oren (3/18/1978); news clippings; exhibition ephemera.

1970-1980, 1994
I.585 Joe Jones

Looseleaf binder with notes, sketches, plans, descriptions of works, news clippings.
Inventory #s: 05995-0600, 02387

ca. 1963
I.586 Joe Jones

Polaroids of Fluxorchestra instruments taken by Hendricks at the Jean Brown Archive; photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works and portraits, mostly produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.587 Joe Jones

News clippings.
Accession #s: 04.08

1964-1965
I.588 Clemens Kalischer

Contact sheets of Fluxus events, including of events at New Marlborough (1977); correspondence with Hendricks concerning purchase of photographs (1987).

1977, 1987, undated
I.589 Allan Kaprow

Photocopy of Maciunas notes on Allan Kaprow (12/16/1962); copy negative and photocopy of portrait.

1962, undated
I.590 Allan Kaprow

Some Recent Happenings (1966). Includes annotated typescript; Great Bear Pamphlet; correspondence with Emmett Williams.

1966
I.591 Gyula Keszthelyi

Correspondence with Ken Friedman, including photographs, works, and translations of Ken Friedman's Events into Hungarian (5/10/1974).

1972-1974, undated
I.592 Per Kirkeby

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, Arthur Køpcke, Maciunas (photocopy); Polaroid photograph of the artist by Hendricks (1985).

1968-1973, 1985
I.593 Per Kirkeby

Regarding Per Kirkeby works for sale; article on Per Kirkeby in Scanorama, in-flight magazine of Scandinavian Airlines (September, 2000).

1993, 2000
I.594 Per Kirkeby

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.595 Per Kirkeby

News clippings and ephemera acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1984-1986, 1994-1998, undated
I.596 Yves Klein

Ephemera.

1963-1964
I.597 Milan Knížák

1 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Moveable objects, environments, environments on the street (called then short carting exhibitions)," text in Czech and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01939.1-23]

Note: for the originals of these 101 files, see the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books.

1962-1963, undated
I.598 Milan Knížák

2 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Séance," text in Czech and English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01940.1-12]

1963, undated
I.599 Milan Knížák

3 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Body and a sculpture," text in Czech and English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01941.1-5]

1963, undated
I.600 Milan Knížák

4 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Environment in a back-yard," text in Czech and English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01942.1-8]

1963, undated
I.601 Milan Knížák

5 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "1st manifestation of AA [Aktual Art]", text in Czech and English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01943.1-21]

1964, undated
I.602 Milan Knížák

6 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "ivé Obrazy," text in Czech.

1963-1964, undated
I.603 Milan Knížák

7 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Demonstration for oneself," text in English.

1964, undated
I.604 Milan Knížák

8 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Demonstation of oneself," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01944.1-11]

1964, undated
I.605 Milan Knížák

9 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "The artificial staging og [sic] natural phenomena," text in English.

1964, undated
I.606 Milan Knížák

10 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "People inside a picture," text in English.

1964, undated
I.607 Milan Knížák

11 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "The Aktual Walk, Demonstration for All Aense," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01945.1-40]

1964, undated
I.608 Milan Knížák

12 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Ritus/Passive part of the demonstration," text English.

1964, undated
I.609 Milan Knížák

13 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Exhibition of articles which I have not created," text in Czech and English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01946.1-18]

1964, undated
I.610 Milan Knížák

14 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Letters to the public," text in English.

1965, undated
I.611 Milan Knížák

15 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "I scattered on a Prague street a great amount of papers," text in English.

1965, undated
I.612 Milan Knížák

16 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Demonstration for J. Mach," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01947.1-41]

1965, undated
I.613 Milan Knížák

17 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "How to Make Clothing Aktual," text in English.

1965, undated
I.614 Milan Knížák

18 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "2nd manifestation of Aktual Art," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01948.1-76]

1965, undated
I.615 Milan Knížák

19 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Why Just So," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01949.1-28]

1964-1965, undated
I.616 Milan Knížák

20 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "With some friends we folded a great many paper gliders...," text in English.

1965, undated
I.617 Milan Knížák

21 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Game of War," text in Czech and English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01950.1-49]

1965, undated
I.618 Milan Knížák

22 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "How my actions could be carried by others elsewhere," text in English.

1965, undated
I.619 Milan Knížák

23 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Make a big paper glider," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01951.1-33]

1965, undated
I.620 Milan Knížák

24 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Games," text in English.

1965, undated
I.621 Milan Knížák

25 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Walk through Prague," text in English.

1965, undated
I.622 Milan Knížák

26 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Kalendář"/"A calendar," text in Czech and English.

1965, undated
I.623 Milan Knížák

27 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Inhabitants of a house selected at random were sent many packages with random things in them," texts in Czech and English.

1965-1966, undated
I.624 Milan Knížák

28 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Ausflug"/"Outing," text in Czech and English.

1966, undated
I.625 Milan Knížák

29 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "A week," text in English.

1966, undated
I.626 Milan Knížák

30 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "aktuální pozdrav"/"AKTUAL greeting," text in Czech and English.

1966, undated
I.627 Milan Knížák

31 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Všichni ti, kteří cí tí...," text in Czech.

1966, undated
I.628 Milan Knížák

32 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Keeping together manifestation," texts in Czech and English.

1967, undated
I.629 Milan Knížák

33 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Aktual - Live Otherwise," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01952.1-13]

1967, undated
I.630 Milan Knížák

34 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Action lecture & games in Brno," title sheet in Czech and English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01953.1-15]

1967, undated
I.631 Milan Knížák

35 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Commit atentat on everyone who is preparing for war," text in English and photocopy of photograph.
Inventory #s: [01954.1-3]

1967, undated
I.632 Milan Knížák

36 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Svatební obřad"/"Wedding ceremony," text in Czech and English and photocopy of photograph.
Inventory #s: [01955.1-3]

1967, undated
I.633 Milan Knížák

37 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Keeping together day," text/announcement in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01956.1-13]

1968, undated
I.634 Milan Knížák

38 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Aktual Community," text in English, 17 pages.

[1968], undated
I.635 Milan Knížák

39 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "An action for my mind," text in English.

1968, undated
I.636 Milan Knížák

40 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Living Ceremony," text in Czech and English with photocopies of Peter Moore contact sheets, and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01957.1-5]

1968, undated
I.637 Milan Knížák

41 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Difficult Ceremony," text/announcement in English with photocopies of Peter Moore contact sheets, and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01958.1-4]

1969, undated
I.638 Milan Knížák

42 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Tonight Ceremony," text in English.

1969, undated
I.639 Milan Knížák

43 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "The way of fire," text in English.

1969, undated
I.640 Milan Knížák

44 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Love Games, 8 Performances for Her and Me," text in English, 3 pages.

undated
I.641 Milan Knížák

45 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Obřad č.4," text in Czech with sketch.

1971, undated
I.642 Milan Knížák

46 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Instant Temples," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01959.1-26]

1971, undated
I.643 Milan Knížák

47 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Wedding Ceremony," text in English and German.

1971, undated
I.644 Milan Knížák

48 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "A Track," text in English and German and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01960.1-19]

1971, undated
I.645 Milan Knížák

49 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Motlidba"/"A Prayer"/"Gebet," text in Czech, English and German and photographs.

undated
I.646 Milan Knížák

50 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Stone Ceremony," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01961.1-10]

1971, undated
I.647 Milan Knížák

51 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Zabíjení knih"/"Killing the books," text in Czech and English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01962.1-11]

1972, undated
I.648 Milan Knížák

52 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "A march," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01963.1-28]

1973, undated
I.649 Milan Knížák

53 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "On July 22, 1973...," text in Czech and English.

1973, undated
I.650 Milan Knížák

54 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "A purge," text in English.

undated
I.651 Milan Knížák

55 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "D ům"/"A House," text in Czech and English.

undated
I.652 Milan Knížák

56 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Vor"/"Raft," text in Czech and English.

undated
I.653 Milan Knížák

57 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Color a pale flower...," text in Czech and English.

undated
I.654 Milan Knížák

58 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Tajný Obřad"/"Secret ceremony," text in Czech and English.

1972, undated
I.655 Milan Knížák

59 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Wedding Ceremony," title sheet in Czech and English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01964.1-13]

1975, undated
I.656 Milan Knížák

60 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Burning Mind Ceremony," text in Czech and English.

1975, undated
I.657 Milan Knížák

61 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Pies. (A kind of folk-feast.)," title sheet in Czech and English.

undated
I.658 Milan Knížák

62 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Suatební Obřad pro Helenu & Giancarlo," text with sketch in Czech.

1977, undated
I.659 Milan Knížák

63 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Material Events," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01965.1-11]

1977, undated
I.660 Milan Knížák

64 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Enforced Symbiosis," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01966.1-23]

1977, undated
I.661 Milan Knížák

65 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Nucená Přátelství," text in Czech.

1977-1981, undated
I.662 Milan Knížák

66 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Equality," text in English.

undated
I.663 Milan Knížák

67 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Negation," text in English.

undated
I.664 Milan Knížák

68 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Events"/"Události," text (sheet of equations).

1977, undated
I.665 Milan Knížák

69 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Becoming Aware," text in English and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01967.1-34]

1977, undated
I.666 Milan Knížák

70 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Bílý Proces"/"White Process," text in Czech and English.

1977, undated
I.667 Milan Knížák

71 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Sacrifying (a ritual for Hans Ruepp)," text in English.

1978, undated
I.668 Milan Knížák

72 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Destrukce," text in Czech.

undated
I.669 Milan Knížák

73 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Tracks," text in English.

1971-1978, undated
I.670 Milan Knížák

74 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Portrét," text in Czech and copies of photographs.

1978, undated
I.671 Milan Knížák

75 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Idea (mental image, notion)," text in English.

1978, undated
I.672 Milan Knížák

76 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Actions that cannot happen...," text in English.

1978, undated
I.673 Milan Knížák

77 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Další procesy," text in Czech.

1978, undated
I.674 Milan Knížák

78 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "The process of anti-creation," text in English.

1978, undated
I.675 Milan Knížák

79 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "The process of creation," text in English, 3 pages.

undated
I.676 Milan Knížák

80 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Newness," text in English.

1978, undated
I.677 Milan Knížák

81 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Dwelling," text in English.

1979, undated
I.678 Milan Knížák

82 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Človĕk," text with stencilled images in Czech, 4 pages.

1979, undated
I.679 Milan Knížák

83 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "1/2," text in Czech and English.

1965-1980, undated
I.680 Milan Knížák

84 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Process for half a mind and a red glove," text in English.

1978-1980, undated
I.681 Milan Knížák

85 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "March 2," text in English and copies of photographs, 11 pages.

1964-1980, undated
I.682 Milan Knížák

86 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Přátelsví se stromem"/"Friendship with a tree"/"Freundschaft mit einem Baum," texts and correspondence in Czech, English and German and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01968.1-21]

1980, undated
I.683 Milan Knížák

87 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Proces pro mysl a prochu [?] reality," text in Czech.

1981, undated
I.684 Milan Knížák

88 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Rudá ready-made"/"Red ready-mades," text in Czech and English.

1981, undated
I.685 Milan Knížák

89 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Myšlené asambláže," text in Czech.

1981, undated
I.686 Milan Knížák

90 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Dílo jako pocit," text in Czech.

1981, undated
I.687 Milan Knížák

91 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "5 kamen ů," text in Czech, 3 pages.

1981, undated
I.688 Milan Knížák

92 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Proces pro tĕlo," text/sketch in Czech.

undated
I.689 Milan Knížák

93 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Prostory," text in Czech.

1982, undated
I.690 Milan Knížák

94 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Barevné ivoty," text in Czech.

1982, undated
I.691 Milan Knížák

95 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Triviality," text in Czech.

1982, undated
I.692 Milan Knížák

96 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "A path," copy of text with drawing in English and photograph.
Inventory #s: [01969.1-2]

1982-1983, undated
I.693 Milan Knížák

97 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Pocit letu," text in Czech.

1983, undated
I.694 Milan Knížák

98 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Nostalgický Obřad V Zahradé u Ruepp ů"/"Nostalgic Ceremony," text in Czech with musical score and photographs.
Inventory #s: [01970.1-17]

1963-1983, undated
I.695 Milan Knížák

99 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Acke," text in Czech.

1984, undated
I.696 Milan Knížák

100 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Procesy pro tĕlo," text in Czech, 3 pages.

1982-1985, undated
I.697 Milan Knížák

101 of 101 performance/event files (photocopies) acquired from Milan Knížák: "Also Fluxus hates wars," text in English.

1985, undated
I.698 Milan Knížák

Photocopies of correspondence to and from Jean Brown, including pricelist of works for sale; TLS from Harry Ruhé (7/9/1977), written on back of an announcement for an Eric Andersen exhibition at Galerie 'A,' Amsterdam.

1972, 1977, undated
I.699 Milan Knížák

Empty envelopes mailed to Jon Hendricks.

1978, 1985, undated
I.700 Milan Knížák

Photocopy of postcard (1980) and ALS to Dick Higgins (undated)

1980, undated
I.701 Milan Knížák

Correspondence from Dick Higgins, and 1 TLS from Alison Knowles.

1965-1969
I.702 Milan Knížák

Postcard to Maciunas (12/16/1971); photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas, including regarding a trip to New York.
Inventory #s: 01850

1966, 1971, undated
I.703 Milan Knížák

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, including sketches, copy of Czech news clipping about Aktual (1968), mailed "Love" poster, "Love for one (for Ken from Milan)," instructions for a piece, and empty envelope with collage of Aktual block print.
Inventory #s: 03008, 01998, 01996, 02000, 03000, 03001, 03002, 03003, 03004, 03005, 03010, 03012

1967-1974, undated
I.704 Milan Knížák

Mailing to Ken Friedman with note and autographed ticket booklet, "On the April 22, 1965 I have spread"
Inventory #s: 03011

1967
I.705 Milan Knížák

AKTUAL booklet by Milan Knížák and Ken Friedman, 5 pages, produced with a spirit duplicator.
Inventory #s: 01997

1968
I.706 Milan Knížák

Photocopy of paper gliders mailing to Ken Friedman, including of box and "texts from paper-birds in box," text in English.
Inventory #s: [01806.1-16]

1967
I.707 Milan Knížák

Correspondence to Ken Friedman with sketches, photographs, and other enclosures, including about and photograph of his wedding; copy of TL from Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: 01807, 01808, 01809, 01810, 01811, 01812

1970-1971, undated
I.708 Milan Knížák

Mailings to Ken Friedman, photocopy and original, with correspondence, announcements, posters and works, including "A Walk Through Prague" (photocopy), invitation to "Keeping Together Manifestation," and "A Week" (photocopy); copy of TL from Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: [01813], [01814], [01815], 01816, 01817, [01818], 01819, [01820.1-2], [01821], [01822], [01823], [01824], [01825.1-2]

1967, undated
I.709 Milan Knížák

"Sonia" file, photographs of and ALS from Sonia Švecová to Ken Friedman; photocopy of paper "Sheriff" badge, possibly by Milan Knížák or Sonia Švecová; "A Game: An Aktual Walk," text by Sonia Švecová.
Inventory #s: 01826.1-5, [01827], [01828]

I.710 Milan Knížák

Photocopies of works on paper (painting, drawing, collage and text) and of a scratched vinyl record with instruction "Play it!"
Silverman #s: [<201.VI], [201.V], [201.II.i-ii], [203.IV]
Inventory #s: [01875.1], [01876.1-3], [01879.1-12], [01878], [03231], [01877]

undated
I.711 Milan Knížák

Correspondence with sketches and photographs, including of Milan Knížák and Sonia Švecová, sent to Ken Friedman; note from Hendricks about order.
Inventory #s: 01880.11

1967
I.712 Milan Knížák

Photocopy of sketch, "How to redecorate your face," sent to Ken Friedman; copy of TL from and original ALS to Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: [03263], 01881, 01882.1-2

undated
I.713 Milan Knížák

Correspondence to, and copies of correspondence from, Ken Friedman, mostly regarding an exchange of works and Aktual publications and activities.
Inventory #s: 01883.1-6, 01884, 01885.1-3, 01886.1-5, 03264, 01887, 01888.1-2, 01889.1-2, 01890, 01891.1-2, 01892

1967, undated
I.714 Milan Knížák

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, including letters sent during a trip to New York, and flyer for "Keeping Together Day," 2 copies.
Inventory #s: 01894, 01895.1-4, 01896.1-2, 01897, 01898, 01899, 01900.1-2

1967-1968
I.715 Milan Knížák

Photocopies of works, including performance photographs; text from The Aktual Walk, collaboration with Sonia Švecová, Vít Mach, and Jan Trtílek; "texts from paper-birds in a box;" "How to Actualize the Clothes" (1965).
Inventory #s: [01901], [01902], [01903], [01904], [01905], [01906], [01851.1-2], [01853.1]

1965, undated
I.716 Milan Knížák

Photocopies of works (texts) sent to Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: [01852], [01854], [01855.1-4], [01856.1-3], [01857], [01858], [01859], [01860]

undated
I.717 Milan Knížák

Photocopies of works (texts and 2 drawings) sent to Ken Friedman, including "Why Just So;" "demonstration for.j [Jan] mach;" "A Week."
Inventory #s: [01861], [01862], [01863], [01864], [01865], [03265], [01866], [01868]

1965, undated
I.718 Milan Knížák

Aktual booklet/letter, with sketches and handprint, mailed to Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: 01869

undated
I.719 Milan Knížák

Mailing to Ken Friedman, with letter and photocopy of Love Clothes, drawings for "clothes painted right on a body."
Inventory #s: [01870.1-7], 01870.8-9

1971
I.720 Milan Knížák

Mailing to Ken Friedman regarding "Keeping Together Manifestation," including correspondence and texts (in Czech and English).
Silverman #s: <203.I
Inventory #s: 01871.1-9

1972
I.721 Milan Knížák

Photocopies of 6 "paper gliders" featuring text in English and sketching, from Aktual action; letter to Hendricks about the gliders.
Inventory #s: [01972.1-6], 01972.7-8

1985, undated
I.722 Milan Knížák

"Trip," copy of typescript concerning the artist's trip to America, with explanatory note, 37 pages.
Accession #s: 00.05

1968-1970, undated
I.723 Milan Knížák

March, photocopies of performance photograph, event score, and textual account by a participant; photocopy of People Inside a Picture, event score; "Keeping Together Manifestation" announcement (likely by Ken Friedman).
Inventory #s: [01990], [01992], 01993

[1967], 1973-1974
I.724 Milan Knížák

Group of documents acquired from Ken Friedman, including flyers; announcements; letter to Ken Friedman from author writing about Milan Knížák; "Aktual Art is just part of the KTM," news clipping, Daily Aztec (4/16/1971).
Inventory #s: 03009.1-8

1971-1972, undated
I.725 Milan Knížák

Includes news clippings, collection notes, and ephemera.

1990, 2001, 2003, undated
I.726 Milan Knížák

Flyer for Difficult ceremony/24 hour ceremony, New York, "participants go to a solitary place," 7 copies.

undated
I.727 Milan Knížák

Photographs, including of Aktual members identified on reverse by Milan Knížák (Jan Mach, Milan Knížák, Lida Bučková-Kroková, Vít Mach, Jan Trtílek, Sonia Švecová) and of the artist's trip to America (1969).
Inventory #s: 01980, 03015, [03016], 03565, 03563, 03014, 03567, 01976.1-2, 01982.1-2

1962-1963, 1969, undated
I.728 Milan Knížák

Family portrait, possibly of the artist's family, described hy Hendricks as ca. 1900.
Inventory #s: 03216

undated
I.729 Milan Knížák

"Fashion show," Bochum, Germany, 12 color photographs, including of the artist.
Inventory #s: 01981.1-13

1980
I.730 Milan Knížák

Collection note listing "original vintage photographs" held in the collection and 2 delivery receipts.

1985, undated
I.731 Milan Knížák

Photocopies of 13 performance photographs from Das Erkennen/Becoming Aware (1977), acquired from Harry Ruhé, with purchase information.
Accession #s: [93.04]

1977, 1993
I.732 Milan Knížák

Photocopies of "A Week," event score (1965) and "About Destruction," 4 page text, with collection and acquisition notes.
Accession #s: [94.14]

1965, 1994, undated
I.733 Milan Knížák

8 of 9 back cover designs for publication Fluxus: selections from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection, by Clive Phillpot and Jon Hendricks. New York, N.Y.: The Museum of Modern Art, 1988., mailed to Hendricks with ALS (9th cover, which was used for the publication, is absent).

1988
I.734 Milan Knížák

Collection file, including notes by Hendricks, photographs, and empty envelopes mailed from the artist (formerly containing book pages), concerning Frochu dola entace, book object with concrete covers in the collection.

1980, 1984, undated
I.735 Milan Knížák

Bibliography and curriculum vitae prepared by the artist, 23 pages.

1985
I.736 Milan Knížák

Photocopy of inventory (by the artist, with additional notes by Silverman) of objects and publications acquired from the artist, 3 pages.

undated
I.737 Milan Knížák

Photocopies and copy photographs of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.738 Alison Knowles

Includes "A Dialogue on Transvironmental Books with Alison Knowles and George Quasha;" announcements and posters for exhibitions and publications; program for what did you bring? an evening with John Cage, Alison Knowles, and Dick Higgins, Chicago, 1967.

1967-2004, undated
I.739 Alison Knowles

Four Suits (1965). Includes annotated typescript for Great Bear Pamphlet; annotated reading proofs; correspondence from Alison Knowles and Dick Higgins.

1965
I.740 Alison Knowles

The Big Book, includes photograph by W.L. Bredel of Joe Jones inside the work; news clipping; annotated typescript of essay by Emmett Williams.
Accession #s: 89.03

ca. 1967
I.741 Alison Knowles

Correspondence and photographs, posters, ephemera, and other material sent to Betty Asher (on "Blink" stationery), Ken Friedman, Milan Knížák, Knud Pedersen, Hendricks, Robert Watts.
Inventory #s: 04756

1967-2004
I.742 Alison Knowles

Transparency with image of scissors, used to create screenprints for the "Sissor Brothers' Warehouse Sale (Blink)," with George Brecht and Robert Watts, possibly signed by George Brecht.

1963
I.743 Alison Knowles

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.744 J.C. Kocman

Works; correspondence to Ken Friedman.

1971-1983, undated
I.745 J.C. Kocman

Works; correspondence to Ken Friedman and Knud Pedersen. Includes "my activity 1965-1973" booklet with text by Jiří Valoch.

1971-1983, undated
I.746 Aase Køpcke

Typescript of interview with Aase ("Tut") Køpcke, Arthur Køpcke's wife. In Swedish.

1981
I.747 Aase Køpcke

Text by (and interview with?) with Aase "Tut" Køpcke, in Danish. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

undated
I.748 Aase Køpcke

Correspondence to Aase "Tut" Køpcke, including from Hendricks; ephemera. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1985-1997
I.749 Arthur Køpcke

Includes exhibition announcements, including for exhibitions at Galerie Køpcke, Copenhagen; letter to Fluxus artists regarding invitation to perform at Mobilia; correspondence to Knud Pedersen; Reading Work Piece #33.

[1960s]
I.750 Arthur Køpcke

Includes 2 copies of bound article on Arthur Køpcke by Knud Pedersen, in Danish, English, German and French, 1 copy with news clipping insert and annotation; news clipping; exhibition brochures and invitations; 2 photocopies of "den nye virkelighed," typescript text by Arthur Køpcke with annotations.

1963-1965, [1960s]
I.751 Arthur Køpcke

Includes working material, sketches, posters, announcements, news clippings, texts, works, notes, maps.

[1960s-1970s]
I.752 Arthur Køpcke

Posters and announcements.

1962
I.753 Arthur Køpcke

Photocopy of article on Arthur Køpcke by Henning Christiansen (undated), in Danish; news clippings, in Danish.

1975-1976, undated
I.754 Arthur Køpcke

Working material (including for Reading Work pieces), Positive and negative photostats. Includes working material for possible contribution to Spatial Poem No. 4 by Mieko Shiomi.

undated
I.755 Arthur Køpcke

Includes announcements, texts, correspondence, le point 11 (1972).

1971-1975
I.756 Arthur Køpcke

Includes announcements, exhibition pamphlets, periodicals, Dagbladet Information (6/2/1972), with article on Arthur Køpcke by Jane Pedersen. In Danish.

1964-1972
I.757 Arthur Køpcke

Exhibition announcements, flyers, and invitations.

1969-1976, undated
I.758 Arthur Køpcke

Includes photocopies of correspondence between Hendricks and Barbara Wien, regarding dates of Arthur Køpcke stamps; collection photographs of works; photograph of the Nicolaj Church; news clippings, in Danish and French.

1995-1996, 2003
I.759 Arthur Køpcke

Collection photographs and transparencies of works and portraits, with collection notes.

I.760 Arthur Køpcke

Announcements for exhibitions at Galerie Køpcke: Hans Hermann Steffens; Barlack Heuer; Susana Simon; Theo Wilhelm; Jean Clause Bedard; Malere og Billedhuggere; Eric Bohbot.

1959
I.761 Arthur Køpcke

Brochures and announcements for exhibitions at Galerie Køpcke: Arte Actual: Nutidens Spanske Kunst (1960); Hans Staudacher (1960); Wewerka (1962); [Gunnar] Aaagaard Andersen ([1961]).

1960-1962
I.762 Arthur Køpcke

Billedkunstskolernes Blad, Billedkunst 11, 2 copies.

ca. 1973
I.763 Arthur Køpcke

Announcements, posters, and other materials from exhibitions at Galerie Køpcke, including flyer for Niki de Saint Phalle exhibition (9/15/1961) and invitation to "Diter Rot: Stupidograms."
Accession #s: 96.06

1959-1963, undated
I.764 Arthur Køpcke

1 of 3 folders, includes administrative documents and correspondence from Galerie Køpcke.

1958-1960
I.765 Arthur Køpcke

2 of 3 folders, includes administrative documents and correspondence from Galerie Køpcke.

1958-1960
I.766 Arthur Køpcke

3 of 3 folders, includes administrative documents and correspondence from Galerie Køpcke and Galerie 59 (Heiner Ruths).

1958-1960
I.767 Arthur Køpcke

Contact sheets and photographs, including of Arthur Køpcke; his work; Galerie Køpcke; other exhibitions, including of work by Daniel Spoerri; Peter Brötzmann; and Albert Mertz. Some photographs annotated (by Arthur Køpcke?).
Inventory #s: 03599.1-7, 03596, 03591, 03590, 03598, 03597, 03589, 03595,

undated, 1974, 1962
I.768 Arthur Køpcke

Photographs, including of Arthur Køpcke; his work; exhibitions; Knud Pedersen; and Jean Tinguely. Some photographs annotated (by Arthur Køpcke?).
Inventory #s: 04691.1, 04691.3-4, 04696.1-12, 04697, 04698, 04699, 04701, 04702, 04703, 04704, 04705, 04706.1-2, 04707, 04708.1-2, 04709, 04710.1-12, 04711

undated, 1963-1964, 1969-72
I.769 Arthur Køpcke

Photographs, including of Arthur Køpcke (including as a child); his work; exhibitions; Aase "Tut" Køpcke; Albert Mertz; Silvano Lora; Christian Megert; Emmett Williams; Willem de Ridder; Eric Anderson; Nam June Paik; and René Block. Some photographs annotated (by Arthur Køpcke?).
Inventory #s: 04713, 04712, 04714, 04715, 04716, 04717, 04718, 04719, 04723, 04724, 04725, 04726, 04730, 04733, 04731.1-2, 04732, 04734, 04735, 04744, 04745.1-4, 04746, 04747, 04748

undated, 1957, 1960, 1964, 1973
I.770 Arthur Køpcke

Photographs, including of Arthur Køpcke; his work; exhibitions; Marcel Broodthaers; work by Piero Manzoni; Egon Karl Nicolaus; Emmett Williams; Willem de Ridder; Eric Andersen; Aase "Tut" Køpcke; Jean Tinguely and his work; and Alexander Calder and his work. Also includes news clippings and ephemera collected by Arthur Køpcke. Some photographs annotated (by Arthur Køpcke?).
Inventory #s: 04740, 04736, 04750, 04751, 04752, [04753], [04754], [04755], [04756], [04757], 04758, 04759, 04760, 04761, 04762, 04763.1-2, 04764, 04765, 04766, 04767, 04768, 04769.1-2, [04770], 04771, 04772, 04773.1-3, 04774, 04775, 04776

undated, 1958, 1969, 1963-1964, 1970
I.771 Arthur Køpcke

Spiral-bound notebook, with score card for Danger Music Fourteen by Dick Higgins inserted.

[ca. 1962]
I.772 Arthur Køpcke

Reading work piece no. 121, postcard mailed to Maciunas (5/12/1965), with collection copy transparency.

1965
I.773 Arthur Køpcke

Includes collection copy print of sheet of notes ("erschienen in 'Notations' von John Cage") (1969); agreement between Galerie Køpcke and Kunstbiblioteket (art library)"), in Danish (1962); "positive/negative" piece ("Køpcke changed his address") (1962).

1962, 1969
I.774 Arthur Køpcke

Materials acquired from Finn Falkersby, including artist biographies; "lantern extract" ("an aspect of YAM FESTIVAL"), envelope with cards; V TRE no. 3 ("Valise e TRanglE," 3/1964);
Accession #s: 96.18

1962, 1964, undated
I.775 Arthur Køpcke

Flyers and invitations to exhibitions at Galerie Køpcke, acquired from Finn Falkersby.
Accession #s: 96.18

1959-1962, 1971
I.776 Arthur Køpcke

Materials acquired from Finn Falkersby, including correspondence from Charlotte Moorman and René Block.
Accession #s: 96.18

1961-1964, [1973], 1977, undated
I.777 Arthur Køpcke

Photographs, including of Arthur Køpcke, events at Galerie Køpcke, and installation of Arthur Køpcke's works at Happening & Fluxus, Kolnischer Kunstverein, Cologne (1970).
Accession #s: 04.01

1970-1971, undated
I.778 Arthur Køpcke

Installation photographs of works by Arthur Køpcke.
Accession #s: 04.01

undated
I.779 Arthur Køpcke

Photographs of Arthur Køpcke exhibitions at Galerie 38, Copenhagen and René Block Gallery, New York.
Accession #s: 04.01

1974
I.780 Arthur Køpcke

Photographs of Arthur Køpcke exhibition at Galerie René Block, Berlin.
Accession #s: 04.01

undated
I.781 Arthur Køpcke

Photographs of Arthur Køpcke exhibitions.
Accession #s: 04.01

1981, 1987-1988, undated
I.782 Arthur Køpcke

Photographs of works by Arthur Køpcke.
Accession #s: 04.01

1968, 1998, undated
I.783 Arthur Køpcke

Photographs of Arthur Køpcke.
Accession #s: 04.01

1969, undated
I.784 Arthur Køpcke

Address book of Arthur Køpcke.
Accession #s: 04.01

undated
I.785 Arthur Køpcke

Other addresses, correspondence to Aase "Tut" and Arthur Køpcke, and other documents placed inside address book (possibly by Aase "Tut" Køpcke), includes from Tomas Schmit, Hendricks, Al Hansen. Also includes pricelist of artworks (likely from Galerie Køpcke).
Accession #s: 04.01

1976-1985, undated
I.786 Arthur Køpcke

Notebook of Arthur Køpcke, in German.
Accession #s: 04.01

1956-1958
I.787 Arthur Køpcke

Notebook of Arthur Køpcke, in German.
Accession #s: 04.01

1958-1959
I.788 Arthur Køpcke

Notebook of Arthur Køpcke, in German.
Accession #s: 04.01

1959
I.789 Arthur Køpcke

Notebook of Arthur Køpcke, in German.
Accession #s: 04.01

1959-1960
I.790 Arthur Køpcke

Notebook of Arthur Køpcke, in German.
Accession #s: 04.01

1960-1961
I.791 Arthur Køpcke

News clippings, some annotated by Arthur Køpcke.

1961-1969
I.792 Arthur Køpcke

News clippings, some annotated by Arthur Køpcke.

1961-1969
I.793* Arthur Køpcke

News clippings, some annotated by Arthur Køpcke.

1961-1969
I.794* Arthur Køpcke

News clippings, some annotated by Arthur Køpcke.

1961-1969
I.795* Arthur Køpcke

News clippings, some annotated by Arthur Køpcke.

1961-1969
I.796* Arthur Køpcke

News clippings, some annotated by Arthur Køpcke.

1961-1969
I.797* Arthur Køpcke

News clippings, some annotated by Arthur Køpcke.

1961-1969
I.798* Arthur Køpcke

News clippings, some annotated by Arthur Køpcke.

1961-1969
I.799 Arthur Køpcke

"Sommerudstilling" text; ephemera; magazines with articles about the artist. In Danish. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1967-1969, 1979, undated
I.800 Arthur Køpcke

Flyers for "Addi Køpcke at Rene Block" (1971); "treatment" stickers. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1971, undated
I.801 Arthur Køpcke

Ephemera. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1969-1973
I.802 Arthur Køpcke

News clippings; ephemera. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1989, 1994, 1964-1969, undated
I.803 Arthur Køpcke

Ephemera. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1969-1974
I.804 Arthur Køpcke

Ephemera, including for exhibition at Københavns Museum for moderne Kunst. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1963, 1980, undated
I.805 Arthur Køpcke

Ephemera. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1982, 1996, undated
I.806 Arthur Køpcke

News clippings; ephemera; digte for en daler no. 4 (1964); booklet, "piece No. 2"/WAS IST DAS." Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1964, 1987, 1996, undated
I.807 Arthur Køpcke

News clippings; ephemera. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1987-1995
I.808 Arthur Køpcke

Ephemera; Billed Bladet (July, 1964). Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1964, 1966
I.809 Arthur Køpcke

Ephemera; news clippings. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1962-1965, 1980-1990, undated
I.810 Arthur Køpcke

Photocopies of articles; ephemera. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1973-1988
I.811 Arthur Køpcke

News clippings. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1965-1973, 1992-1996
I.812 Arthur Køpcke

News clippings. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1969-1998
I.813 Arthur Køpcke

Ephemera. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1987-1988
I.814 Arthur Køpcke

News clippings. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1988-1995
I.815 Arthur Køpcke

"Lille Kirkestraede 1," unfinished manuscript about Galerie Køpcke by Jean Grandjean, in Danish. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1992
I.816 Arthur Køpcke

Galerie Køpcke ephemera. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1961, 1975, undated
I.817 Arthur Køpcke

Ephemera, including from Festival of Misfits; correspondence to Hans Hartmann. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1962-1968
I.818 Arthur Køpcke

Ephemera, including from Festival of Misfits; correspondence to Hans Hartmann. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1962-1968
I.819 Arthur Køpcke

Ephemera; studio no. 3 (1964); correspondence to Hans Hartmann. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1960-1964
I.820 Arthur Køpcke

Ephemera. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

undated
I.821 Arthur Køpcke

News clippings; ephemera. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1959-1961
I.822 Arthur Køpcke

Correspondence to the artist from Knud Pedersen and Hans Sohm. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1963; undated
I.823 Arthur Køpcke

2 photographs of the artist.
Accession #s: 05.01

1961, undated
I.824 Arthur Køpcke

Ephemera and telegram, acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.
Accession #s: 04.01

1962, undated
I.825 Arthur Køpcke

Various art ephemera.

1958-1974
I.826 Arthur Køpcke

Correspondence to Arthur and Tut (Aase) Køpcke.

1970-1977
I.827 Arthur Køpcke

Correspondence to Arthur and Tut (Aase) Køpcke.

1968-1977
I.828* Arthur Køpcke

Oversized materials: poster as Reading work piece no. 33 (1964); Tomas Schmit poster (undated); manuscript notes on back of decollage 1 cover.

1964, undated
I.829 Takehisa Kosugi

Includes biographical sketch, Maciunas notes on Kosugi.

1963, undated
I.830 Takehisa Kosugi

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.831 S. Krutikov

Includes photographs, scores, and sketches. Text in Russian.

1967, undated
I.832 Shigeko Kubota

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas (undated); postcard to Robert Watts.

1963, undated
I.833 Shigeko Kubota

Includes exhibition announcements and photocopy of Maciunas notes on Shigeko Kubota.

1963, 1972-1978
I.834 Shigeko Kubota

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.835 George Landow

Includes flyer for Diploteratology - films by George Landow; photocopies of letters to Jonas Mekas.

Note: George Landow is also known as Owen Land.

1967, 2005
I.836 Vytautas Landsbergis

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, with six "games" by Vytautas Landsbergis and scores by J?rat? Landsbergyt?.

1962, 1967
I.837 Vytautas Landsbergis

Photocopies of correspondence between Vytautas Landsbergis and Maciunas (1963-1967), acquired from and with note by Jonas Mekas; photocopy of jauna musica with text, "Dvasingumo. Kame?" by Vytautas Landsbergis.

1963-1967, 1989
I.838 Dan Lauffer

Includes correspondence to Hendricks, with photocopies of postcards from Maciunas; mail sent to Ken Friedman.

1966-67, 1993
I.839 Dan Lauffer

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.840 John Lennon

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.841 John Lennon

"Lennon Tours Tickets," 15 tickets.

undated
I.842 John Lennon

Photograph of John Lennon, Yoko Ono, and Al Hansen; poster of John Lennon at piano; National Committee for John and Yoko documents, including letter to Robert Watts.

1972, undated
I.843 Fred Lieberman

"Divertevents 1" (1965); "A Poem and its Consequents" (1971), 3 copies.

1965, 1971
I.844 Fred Lieberman

Copy photographs of works, produced by the collection for publication use.

undated
I.845 Carla Liss

Correspondence to Maciunas (mostly photocopies).

1971-1975
I.846 Carla Liss

Material acquired from Carla Liss, including Fluxus newsletters and Fluxhouse material sent to Carla Liss by Maciunas; "Fluxclinic record of features and feats" form; correspondence with Mieko Shiomi; Composition 1971 by Maciunas, 2 copies; label for Kat Flux Kit, 2 copies; Art and Artists, October 1978, guest-edited by Carla Liss.

1971-1973
I.847 Carla Liss

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.848 Richard Long

1 typed and 1 autograph page describing works, including "Ben Nevis Project."

undated
I.849 Jackson Mac Low

Various material concerning the artist, including ephemera; photocopy of Maciunas's notes on Jackson Mac Low; "Performance Instructions for A LONG HOT SUMMER" (1964); correspondence to Alison Knowles.
Accession #s: 89.03

1961-1967, 1976-1983, 2005-2007
I.850 George Maciunas

"Fluxus editions available for support of Maciunas medical fund."
Inventory #s: 05280

undated
I.851 George Maciunas

"Flux Certificate of Marriage" for Maciunas and Billie Hutching; "Flux Marriage register of witnesses." Gift of Geoffrey Hendricks.
Accession #s: 02.09

1978
I.852 George Maciunas

Subpoena against Maciunas.

1973
I.853 George Maciunas

Subpoena against Maciunas. Gift of Hendricks.
Accession #s: 94.13

1973
I.854 George Maciunas

Photocopy of list of scores transferred to microfilm by Maciunas in 1964.

undated
I.855 George Maciunas

Transcript of tape, "This is George Maciunas speaking talking about Fluxus," with additional note from Jonas Mekas.

undated
I.856* George Maciunas

Posthumous edition of "Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional [sic], Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms" published by Billie Maciunas and kalejdoskop.

1979
I.857 Piero Manzoni

Materials from exhibition at Galerie Køpcke, including signed & finger-printed invitation, photographs, and negatives.

1960
I.858 Piero Manzoni

News clippings, ephemera, and articles acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1969-1975, 1989-1991, undated
I.859 Piero Manzoni

Photographs.

undated
I.860 Yoriaki Matsudaira

Photocopy of instructions and score for Co-Action for Cello and Piano I.

undated
I.861 Richard Maxfield

Program for New Electronic Works, concert at Carnegie Hall, 1962.

1962
I.862 David Mayor

Correspondence to Albert Fine.
Accession #s: 90.14

1972
I.863 David Mayor

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, with enclosed artists' publications by David Mayor.

1971
I.864 David Mayor

Correspondence to Arthur and Tut Køpcke, including ephemera for Beau Geste Press.

1971-1973
I.865 David Mayor

Correspondence to Robert Watts.

1972-1973
I.866 Toshiro Mayuzumi

New York Times obituary by Allan Kozinn (3/11/1997).

1997
I.867 Jonas Mekas

Includes "Zefiro Torna or Scenes From the Life of George Maciunas," 1997.

1997-2006
I.868 Jonas Mekas

Ephemera from Happening & Fluxus exhibition, Kölnischer Kunstverein (1971).

1971
I.869 Albert Mertz

Ephemera and news clippings acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1959-1971
I.870 Albert Merz

Correspondence to Arthur Køpcke.

1960, 1972
I.871 Gustav Metzger

Earth to Galaxies: On Destruction and Destructivity, pamphlet from lecture given by Gustav Metzger at the Glasgow Film Theatre.

1996
I.872 Larry Miller

Maciunas's notes and sketches for Larry Miller works, including Orifice Flux Plugs (photocopies), Instant Idea, and Fruit and Vegetable Chess.
Silverman #s: >297.VI

undated
I.873 Larry Miller

Sketches for and color photographs from 66°, Fluxharpsichord performance at Anthology Film Archives, 1975.
Silverman #s: >330.VII

1975
I.874 Larry Miller

TL Silverman - Larry Miller (2/13/1986); TLS Larry Miller - Silvermans and Hendricks (9/6/2005); De Appel bulletin 1981 No. 3/4 and 1982 No. 1.

2005; 1981-1982
I.875 Larry Miller

Photographs of works.

undated
I.876 Kate Millett

Card for Lesbia Erotica; photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.877 Jean-Claude Moineau

Ephemera, texts and booklets mailed to Ken Friedman.

1969-1970
I.878 Barbara Moore

Note from Barbara Moore? "Also - be sure to get chest of name kit materials which are under Hendricks' bed." Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
I.879 Peter Moore

8 postcards of Peter Moore's photographs produced for Exhibition of Peter Moore, Gallery 360°, Tokyo.

1989
I.880 Peter Moore

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.881 Peter Moore

Contact sheets of photographs by Peter Moore, including of Yam Day (5/4-19/1963); Drip Music performed by Dick Higgins (5/2/1964); and the Blink exhibition of George Brecht, Alison Knowles, and Robert Watts (8/29/1963).
Accession #s: 04.09

1963-1964
I.882 Peter Moore

Ccontact sheets of photographs by Peter Moore, including of Fluxorchestra at Carnegie Recital Hall (9/25/1965).
Accession #s: 04.09

1964-1965
I.883 Charlotte Moorman

News clipping from the Village Voice (11/2/1972) about 1972 Avant Garde Festival; copy of announcement for festival.
Accession #s: 89.03

1972, undated
I.884 Charlotte Moorman

Correspondence to Arthur Køpcke, including ephemera for the Annual Avant Garde Festival, and to Robert Watts.

1970-1976
I.885 Charlotte Moorman

Ephemera from the New York Avant Garde Festival.

1963-1973
I.886 Charlotte Moorman

Ephemera, news clippings, and Peter Moore contact sheets from the 3rd New York Avant Garde Festival, acquired from Dick Higgins.

1965
I.887 Robert Morris

Reproduction of letter to Maciunas.

1964
I.888 Olivier Mossett

Photocopy, copy photograph, and transparency of Flux Dots, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.889 Multiples Gallery Inc.

Booklet; price list; letter from Hendricks to Silverman (6/10/1983).

1966-1967, 1983
I.890 Victor Musgrave

Correspondence, including from Jean Brown and Graham Metson.
Accession #s: 90.06

Note: All material in Victor Musgrave folders from files acquired from Monika Kinley.

1967-1976
I.891 Victor Musgrave

Correspondence, including from Arthur Moyse, Mieko Shiomi (invitation to participate in Spatial Poem No. 9), Jiří Valoch, and Ben Vautier.
Accession #s: 90.06

1972-1975
I.892 Victor Musgrave

Correspondence from COUM (Genesis P. Orridge), including photographs
Accession #s: 90.06

1973
I.893 Victor Musgrave

Correspondence from David Mayor.
Accession #s: 90.06

1972-1973
I.894 Victor Musgrave

Mailings from The Something Else Press.
Accession #s: 90.06

1965-1967
I.895 Victor Musgrave

Mailings from Aloes Books and Beau Geste Press.
Accession #s: 90.06

1976, undated
I.896 Victor Musgrave

Letter from Robin Crozier with "specimen catalogue pages."
Accession #s: 90.06

1982
I.897 Victor Musgrave

Correspondence and mailings from Blitzinformation (Stephan Kukowski and Adam Czarnowski).
Accession #s: 90.06

1973-1975
I.898 Victor Musgrave

Correspondence and mailings from Blitzinformation (Stephan Kukowski and Adam Czarnowski).
Accession #s: 90.06

1973-1975
I.899 Victor Musgrave

Correspondence and mailings from Blitzinformation (Stephan Kukowski and Adam Czarnowski).
Accession #s: 90.06

1973-1975
I.900 Victor Musgrave

Invitation to "Opening Events in Fluxshoe by Stephan Kukowski and Adam Czarnowski," multiple copies.
Accession #s: 90.06

[1973]
I.901 Victor Musgrave

Price list of works by George Brecht from Anna Lovell.
Accession #s: 90.06

undated
I.902 Victor Musgrave

Work by Guglielmo Achille Cavellini, Italian Playboy (11/1976) with "Cavellini" sticker and signature, 182/200.
Accession #s: 90.06

1976
I.903 Victor Musgrave

Various materials from artists and events, including invitation to opening of New Arts Laboratory; "Down with art!" brochure by Henry Flynt (1968); Destruction in Art Symposium flyer (1966); flyer for Gustav Metzger's "Auto-Destructive Art" demonstration (1961); "Patriotic Documents" by Victor Musgrave (1972).
Accession #s: 90.06

1961-1972
I.904 Victor Musgrave

"Merry Christmas" by Robin Page, invitation and text.
Accession #s: 90.06

1966
I.905 Victor Musgrave

"Ken Friedman Sightings," text by Radford Thomas.
Accession #s: 90.06

1974
I.906 Victor Musgrave

Correspondence from Clive Robertson.
Accession #s: 90.06

1973
I.907 Victor Musgrave

Fluxus West/Fluxshoe documents.
Accession #s: 90.06

1972-1973
I.908 Victor Musgrave

Photographs from the "Festival of Misfits."
Accession #s: 90.06

1962
I.909 Victor Musgrave

Documents and correspondence concerning Fluxshoe in Hastings.
Accession #s: 90.06

1973
I.910 Victor Musgrave

Issues of the Hastings Observer.

1973
I.911 Victor Musgrave

Poster and program from Fluxus concert in London.

1977
I.912 Victor Musgrave

Documents and news clippings concerning Fluxshoe in Falmouth.

1972
I.913 Victor Musgrave

Fluxshoe catalogue.

1972
I.914 Victor Musgrave

The General Schmuck (Schmuck no. 5).

1975
I.915 Victor Musgrave

ALP catalogue of little press books in print, 6th ed.

1980
I.916 Victor Musgrave

"Free Fluxus Now," special edition of Art and Artists, no.79 (10/1972).

1972
I.917 Šiaurys Narbutas

3 photographs by Šiaurys Narbutas including of Maciunas, Jonas Mekas, and One Year (1973-1974) by Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 05153

undated
I.918 Max Neuhaus

Flyer inscribed to Joe Jones.

undated
I.919 Bjørn Nørgaard

News clippings acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1994-2000
I.920 Serge Oldenbourg

"Supplement au Catalogue de L'exposition Fluxus a Nice," multiple copies.

[1971?]
I.921 Serge Oldenbourg

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.922 Claes Oldenburg

Material mostly concerning a multiples project initiated by Maciunas, including photocopies of sketches for the project. Also includes photocopy of Maciunas's notes on Claes Oldenburg and 2 TLS Claes Oldenburg - Betty Asher (1966).

1963, 1966
I.923 Claes Oldenburg

False Food Selection, includes photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.924 Claes Oldenburg

"What happens at a happening?" article from Pageant magazine.

1962
I.925* Claes Oldenburg

Poster for Aileen Passloff and Dance Company at Fashion Institute of Technology (2/5/1961) designed by the artist.

1961
I.926 Yoko Ono

Photocopies of entries on Yoko Ono from Fluxus Codex, with occasional notes by Hendricks and photocopies of works.

undated
I.927 Yoko Ono

Includes photocopies of Yoko Ono works; "Ono's Sales List," list of works for sale (1965); invitation to participate in Water Event.

1965, undated
I.928 Yoko Ono

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas.

1971-1977
I.929 Yoko Ono

Photocopies of correspondence from Maciunas, including accounting of expenses for Yoko Ono exhibition at Everson Museum; photocopy of Maciunas's notes on Toshi Ichiyanagi from Jean Brown Archive.

1970-1971
I.930 Yoko Ono

Photocopies of correspondence to Jeff Perkins, acquired from Jeff Perkins with note to Hendricks (1989).

undated, 1989
I.931 Yoko Ono

Flyer for Paintings & Drawings by Yoko Ono, AG Gallery (1961); installation photograph by Maciunas of A Work to be Stepped On.

1961
I.932 Yoko Ono

Biography annotated by Maciunas and Hendricks notes about the document.

undated
I.933 Yoko Ono

"Everson Museum," includes "R.S.P. Yoko Ono" card and photocopies of Maciunas notes/sketches for This Is Not Here exhibition.

1971
I.934 Yoko Ono

Footprints, includes photocopies of work and impressions of stamps; ALS Sara Seagull-Hendricks (2/26/1986) with impressions of stamps; impressions of stamps produced by Maciunas for This Is Not Here, Everson Museum.
Accession #s: 91.07

1971
I.935 Yoko Ono

"Strip Tease Show," photocopies of 4 versions of text by Yoko Ono.

undated
I.936 Yoko Ono

Flyers for exhibitions and concerts, including "Works by Yoko Ono," Carnegie Recital Hall (11/24/1961); "New Works of Yoko Ono," Carnegie Recital Hall (3/21/1965); Is Real, 2 copies; "12 Evenings of Manipulations," Judson Gallery [1967].

1961, 1965-1967, 1971
I.937 Yoko Ono

Photocopy of 1st edition of Grapefruit.

1964
I.938 Yoko Ono

Various material concerning Yoko Ono, including about In Facing (1990).

1990-1992, 2003
I.939 Yoko Ono

"Abrams Book," Silverman and Hendricks correspondence and notes concerning publication Yes Yoko Ono, with texts for book.

1999-2000
I.940 Yoko Ono

Photocopies of 2 news clippings from the New York Times about Fluxus mentioning Yoko Ono.

1968
I.941 Yoko Ono

Photocopies of material from and about "Do It Yourself Fluxfest Presents Yoko Ono & Dance Co." (1966).
Silverman #s: <349.II

1964, 1970, 1988
I.942 Yoko Ono

Maciunas sketch for project with Yoko Ono and John Lennon, possibly Magnification Piece.
Silverman #s: >269.II

undated
I.943 Yoko Ono

Photocopies of Fluxus printed matter related to FluxFilms.

1965-1967
I.944 Yoko Ono

Flyer/program for "David Johnson Presents an Evening of Contemporary Japanese Music & Poetry," featuring Toshiro Mayuzumi, Toshi Ichiyanagi, and Yoko Ono, with biographies and "AOS," poem by Yoko Ono.

1961
I.945 Yoko Ono

"Japanese Artists and Fluxus," text for lecture by Hendricks.

1994
I.946 Yoko Ono

"Yoko Ono and Fluxus," notes and multiple drafts for lecture by Hendricks.

1999-2000
I.947 Yoko Ono

"Aspects of Fluxus from The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection," essay by Hendricks.

[1983]
I.948 Yoko Ono

Photocopies and collection copy photographs of works.

undated
I.949 Yoko Ono

Research materials about Yoko Ono works, including photocopies of works and of Maciunas sketches for works.

undated
I.950 Yoko Ono

"Carnegie Recital Hall," including photocopies of documents related to performance; contact sheets of photographs by Peter Moore of performance.

1965
I.951 Yoko Ono

Research materials about "Perpetual Fluxus Fest" (1964-1965), including photocopies of original documents and Hendricks notes.

1964-1965, undated
I.952 Yoko Ono

Photocopies of flyers, newsletters, and invitations to Fluxus concerts, exhibitions, and events featuring Yoko Ono.

1962-1977
I.953 Yoko Ono

Research materials about "Morning Piece to George Maciunas" (1965).

1965, 2001
I.954 Yoko Ono

Silverman Collection documents connected to "Painting to be Stepped On" (1971), including ownership dispute between Yoko Ono and the Silvermans.

2003
I.955 Yoko Ono

Research materials about "Fluxorchestra at Carnegie Recital Hall."

1965
I.956 Yoko Ono

Research materials about "Fluxfest Presentation of John Lennon & Yoko Ono."

1970
I.957 Yoko Ono

Sketches by Maciunas for This Is Not Here, exhibition at Everson Museum, including for animal footprint stamps; photocopies of Maciunas files for the exhibition.

1971
I.958 Yoko Ono

Photocopies of Fluxus newspapers and newletters.

1962-1966
I.959 Yoko Ono

Photocopies of Fluxus materials concerning Yoko Ono, including Maciunas's "Expanded Arts Diagram" from Film Culture - Expanded Arts, no. 43 (1966); Maciunas negatives from Bag Piece.

1965-1969
I.960 Yoko Ono

Photocopies of correspondence from Nam June Paik to Maciunas in Jean Brown Archive, including a reference to Yoko Ono. Faxed to Hendricks by Kevin Concannon, with enclosed note.

undated, 1999
I.961 Yoko Ono

"Photos for Yoko Ono and Fluxus," materials for Silverman publication.

1999
I.962 Yoko Ono

Includes photocopies of essays and exhibition materials about Fluxus.

1961-1981
I.963 Yoko Ono

Working material for poster for glimpse, 1993 Yoko Ono exhibition at Cranbrook museum.

1993
I.964 Yoko Ono

Postcards to Jonas Mekas from Yoko Ono and John Lennon; "air talk in ny" mailing to Jonas Mekas from Yoko Ono and Tony Cox (undated); paper napkin with notes by Yoko Ono in Japanese and English.
Accession #s: 00.14

1969-1971, undated
I.965 Yoko Ono

Working material for poster for Yoko Ono poster for 1988 Fluxus exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art.

1988
I.966 Yoko Ono

Collection-produced photographs from George Maciunas negatives of Yoko Ono's 1961 exhibition at A.G. Gallery.

1961, 1992-1993
I.967 Yoko Ono

Collection-produced photographs from George Maciunas negatives of Yoko Ono's 1961 exhibition at A.G. Gallery.

1961, 1992-1993
I.968 Yoko Ono

Collection-produced photographs from George Maciunas negatives of Yoko Ono's 1961 exhibition at A.G. Gallery.

1961, 1992-1993
I.969* Yoko Ono

3 large collection-produced photographs from George Maciunas negatives of Yoko Ono's 1961 exhibition at A.G. Gallery.

1961, 1992-1994
I.970* Yoko Ono

Working material for posters for Yoko Ono - one woman show, part of Fluxus: Selections from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection [MoMA Exh. #1502, November 15, 1988-April 7, 1989].

1988
I.971 Michael Oren

Draft of interview with Ken Friedman enclosed with letter; outline of dissertation schedule.

1978
I.972 OVUM

Ephemera and pamphlets.

1972-1975
I.973 Robin Page

"The Bluebeard Amuseum Collection," brochure by Robin Page, with artist's biography.

1997
I.974 Nam June Paik

Correspondence and photocopies of correspondence to Rolf Jährling, including regarding the Exposition of Music - Electronic Televsion at Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. In German.
Inventory #s: 03128, 03129, 03130, 03131, 03132, 03133, 03134

1961-1963
I.975 Nam June Paik

Galerie Parnass documents related to the Exposition of Music, including correspondence, book keeping, and "letter from an admirer" to Nam June Paik, with collage. In German.
Inventory #s: 03135.1-8, 03136, 03137, 03138

1961-1964
I.976 Nam June Paik

News clippings collected by Rolf Jährling regarding the Exposition of Music - Electronic Televsion.
Inventory #s: 03139.1-9

1963
I.977 Nam June Paik

Nam June Paik's notes on Zen for TV, including instructions for reconstructing different versions of the work, 4 pages.
Silverman #s: <352.IXb
Inventory #s: 00720.1-4

1983
I.978 Nam June Paik

Photocopy of Nam June Paik's notes on Zen for TV, including instructions for reconstructing different versions of the work, 4 pages (1983); plus extensive notes on this document by by Hendricks (11/1/2011).
Silverman #s: [<352.Ixb]
Inventory #s: [00720.1-4]

1983, 2011
I.979 Nam June Paik

Fluxus Newspaper No. 4, Fluxus cc fiVe ThReE, including "afterlude to the exposition of experimental televsion." Acquired from Rolf Jährling.
Silverman #s: 552b
Inventory #s: 01926

1964
I.980 Nam June Paik

Draft of manuscript for "afterlude to the exposition of experimental televsion" (final version published in Fluxus Newspaper No. 4), 10 pages on 5 sheets. Acquired from Rolf Jährling.
Silverman #s: >352.I
Inventory #s: 03140.1-5

1964
I.981 Nam June Paik

Photocopy of autograph text, "About the exposition of the music."
Inventory #s: [03142.1-2]

[ca. 1963]
I.982 Nam June Paik

Electronics World vol. 19, no. 3 (3/1963), with notes from Hendricks about texts by Nam June Paik originally inserted inside.
Silverman #s: >352.Ib
Inventory #s: 03143

1963
I.983 Nam June Paik

Flyers, announcements and other ephemera; letter from Tomas Schmit (undated).
Inventory #s: 02816, 02818, 02819, 02820.1-2, 02821, 02822, 02823, 02824, 02825, 02826

[ca. 1966-1968]
I.984 Nam June Paik

Correspondence to Rolf Jährling, expressing thanks. In German.
Inventory #s: 02827

[ca. 1963]
I.985 Nam June Paik

Various documents annotated and collaged by Nam June Paik, acquired from Rolf Jährling.
Inventory #s: 02828

[ca. 1963]
I.986 Nam June Paik

Flyers, posters, and announcements for exhibitions, concerts, and film screenings, including for Robot Opera.

1965-1977
I.987 Nam June Paik

Maciunas file on Nam June Paik, including profile in The New Yorker (5/5/1975) and exhibition announcements; name card designed by Maciunas.

1974-1976
I.988 Nam June Paik

"Dokument von Nam June Paik," sketchbook done with Arthur Caspari. Includes notes, sketches, photographs.

1980
I.989 Nam June Paik

Correspondence to Arthur Caspari.

1976-1979; undated
I.990 Nam June Paik

Photocopies of Serenade for Alison, performed by Alison Knowles.
Inventory #s: [00116]
Accession #s: [93.04]

1962
I.991 Nam June Paik

Fluxus Island in Décollage Ocean, announcement by Nam June Paik for Décollage no. 4.

1963
I.992 Nam June Paik

Prototype and working material for unpublished book by Rolf Jährling on Exposition of Music - Electronic Televsion, including colorized images from the exhibition and other performances by Nam June Paik. Acquired from Rolf Jährling.

after 1963
I.993 Nam June Paik

News clippings, articles, flyers, posters, and concert programs, including for Charlotte Moorman/David Tudor concert (4/15/1963); Charlotte Moorman concert at Philadelphia College of Art (2/26/1965); Siebte Soiree and Berlin at Galerie René Block (6/14-15/1965); other Charlotte Moorman events; also includes a few pages of material likely from Rolf Jährling manuscript.

1962-1982
I.994 Nam June Paik

Flyers, including for Robot Opera, exhibition brochures, texts, and news clippings.

1963-1991
I.995 Nam June Paik

Materials connected to Piano For All Senses (1963) and Fluxus Sonata II (1974) including part of poster designed by Maciunas.

1963, 1974
I.996 Nam June Paik

Photostats of correspondence to Rolf Jährling.

1961-1963
I.997 Nam June Paik

Correspondence to Arthur Køpcke, including announcement for "New School Presents Nam June Paik" (1/8/1965).

1965, undated
I.998 Nam June Paik

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas; photocopy of Maciunas notes on Nam June Paik.

undated
I.999 Nam June Paik

Contact sheet of photographs of prepared piano, toy piano, and television from the Exposition of Music - Electronic Television at Galerie Parnass (3/1963); contact sheets of photographs by Manfred Leve, including of Music for Tape Recorder and Piano (11/13/1959), Nam June Paik exhibitions in Cologne (1959, 1976, 1981), Originale by Karlheinz Stockhausen (1961), Exposition of Music -Electronic Televsion (1963), performance by Joseph Beuys (1965), festival at Mary Bauermeister's studio in Cologne (1960), other performances by Nam June Paik.
Inventory #s: 04877, 03714, 03715, 03716, 03717, 03718, 03719, 03720, 03721, 03722, 03723, 03724, 03725, 03726, 03727, 03728, 03728, 03729, 03730

1963-1981
I.1000 Nam June Paik

Photocopies and collection copy negatives of The Monthly Review of the University for Avant-Garde Hinduism, plus copies of material for same by Maciunas.
Silverman #s: [>240.III]
Inventory #s: [01316]

undated
I.1001 Nam June Paik

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes; photocopies of works in other collections.

undated
I.1002 Nam June Paik

Photocopies of correspondence to Kuniharu Akiyama (see Akiyama files for original), including regarding World Graphic Scores, exhibition at Minami Gallery, Tokyo (11/1962). In Japanese.
Accession #s: [04.06]

1962, undated
I.1003 Nam June Paik

News clippings regarding concert at Louisiana Museum, in Danish.
Accession #s: 04.01

1961
I.1004 Nam June Paik

News clipping acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1990
I.1005 Benjamin Patterson

Correspondence from Benjamin Patterson to his parents sent from Germany and France, including regarding Paper Piece; 1961 concert in Cologne; Variations for Double Bass; other works; Fluxus group and activities; wife Pyla and son Ennis.

1960-1962
I.1006 Benjamin Patterson

Manuscript material for "Four Suits" (1965), acquired from Dick Higgins.

[1965]
I.1007 Benjamin Patterson

Methods & Processes, photocopies and color Polaroids of original (1962); reprint published by Gallery 360°, Tokyo (2004).

1962, 2004
I.1008 Benjamin Patterson

Methods & Processes, publication of scores.
Accession #s: 03.02

1962
I.1009 Benjamin Patterson

Photographs of works for Silverman publications.

undated
I.1010 Knud Pedersen

Photographs of Nikolai Church; photographs of Fluxshoe events; "Bank Service for Fluxshoes Joint-Account Forms;" flyers; other documents related to works. In Danish and English.

1973, 1978, 1979, undated
I.1011 Knud Pedersen

Includes Anno Infinitiv, Anno Nannuci, La Post/Avangardia, Telephone Piece, 102 verber til sex, and labels for Etiquette de PVC Bouteille/PVC Bottle Label. In Danish, English, and French.

1972, 1981, undated
I.1012 Knud Pedersen

Includes Copenhagen Museum of Modern Art (Københavns Museum for moderne Kunst) "Order-cards for a work of art;" photograph of woman with bottles of Tuborg beer (traded for sculpture bust); photograph of Knud Pedersen discussing artwork with children. In Danish and English.

1968, 1973, undated
I.1013 Knud Pedersen

Includes documents related to Copenhagen Museum of Modern Art and Kunstbiblioteket at Nicolaj Church; Haetsj no. 36. In Danish and English.

1965-1966, 1968, 1975, undated
I.1014 Knud Pedersen

Includes Prisoners' Free Telephone; "Fundats," with Eric Andersen; documents for works; photographs, including of Knud Pedersen in Nicolaj Church and with sculpture bust (traded for Tuborg beer); Ole Bole (4/2/1982); pamphlet for "exhibition of data projects" by Fluxus artists at Nicolaj Church. In Danish and English.

1982, undated
I.1015 Knud Pedersen

Documents and posters for projects, including Divide Denmark/Del Danmark.

I.1016 Knud Pedersen

Notes; photographs; correspondence and other documents from individuals, publications and galleries. Includes documents from Raoul Mony, exhibition at Art Contemporain, Paris (1974).

1974
I.1017 Knud Pedersen

Mailings to Copenhagen Museum of Modern Legislation, from Tom Kröjer, Fletcher Copp, Clemente Padin, Albrecht D., Silke Paull (Anti-Quarium), Ken Friedman, Annabel R. Nicolson, and Hansjoachim Dietrich; empty envelopes from Davi Det Hompson and Ricardo Cristobal.

1972-1975
I.1018 Knud Pedersen

Mailings to Knud Pedersen and to Copenhagen Museum of Modern Legislation, from Kalevi Lappalainen, Jack Fulton, Hervé Würz, Eric Clausen, Hans Sohm, Julien Blaine, Bill Tarr, George Brecht, Peter van Beveren, and Julia E. Stemmer (for Tom Burrows); empty envelopes from Mieko Shiomi, Klaus Groh, and Bengt Rooke.

1974-1976
I.1019 Knud Pedersen

Mailing, including flyers and newsletters, to Copenhagen Museum of Modern Legislation from "The Northwest Mounted Valise."

1974
I.1020 Knud Pedersen

Copenhagen Museum of Modern Legislation, notes by Knud Pedersen.

undated
I.1021 Knud Pedersen

Mailings, including "acts and notices" submitted, to Copenhagen Museum of Modern Legislation, including from Horacio Zabala, Henry J. Korn, Davi Det Hompson, Johan van Geluwe, and Genesis P. Orridge.

1973-1975
I.1022 Knud Pedersen

Mailings, including "acts and notices" submitted, to Copenhagen Museum of Modern Legislation, including from George Brecht, Klaus Groh, E.M. Plunkett ("Max Ernst Fan Club"), John Latham, Herbert Distel, Dick Higgins, and Peter Weibel.

1974-1975
I.1023 Knud Pedersen

Materials from exhibition of Gianfranco Arlandi; mailings, including "acts and notices" submitted, to Knud Pedersen and Copenhagen Museum of Modern Legislation, including from Jorge Caraballo; Harald Holm; Eric Andersen; invitation to participate in Spatial Poem No. 8 by Mieko Shiomi.

1974
I.1024 Knud Pedersen

"Act No. 1 of 4th January 1974 relating to a Legislative Assembly," 3 copies.

1974
I.1025 Knud Pedersen

Copenhagen Museum of Modern Legislation, "List of Acts received in the month of February 1974 by the Legislative Assembly in accordance with the Legislative Assembly Act 1974," 3 copies; 3 airmail envelopes returned to sender each with a copy of the "Legislative Assembly Act" of January and "List of Acts" for February.

1974
I.1026 Knud Pedersen

Copenhagen Museum of Modern Legislation, annotated drafts for "List of Acts and Notices received in the month of March to May 1974," plus final draft, 7 copies, some mailed and returned to sender.

1974
I.1027 Knud Pedersen

Copenhagen Museum of Modern Legislation, "List of Acts and Notices received in the month of June to August 1974," 4 copies; "September to December 1974," 1 copy.

1974-1975
I.1028 Knud Pedersen

Article by the artist on Arthur Køpcke (1979); ephemera; news clippings. Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1963, undated
I.1029 Larry Poons

Correspondence with enclosures to George Brecht.
Accession #s: 90.14

1962
I.1030 QUIBB

"First QUIBB-Manifesto," 1 sheet.

1963
I.1031 Jock Reynolds

Includes ephemera; correspondence with Ken Friedman; ACS Jock Reynolds - Robert Watts (3/10/1981).
Inventory #s: 06028.6, 0603.1-3, 06029

1972-1973, 1982
I.1032 Jock Reynolds

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works produced by the collection for publication use.

undated
I.1033 James Riddle

Psychic News (London, 1/22/1966) and Cosmic Star (Hollywood, 1/1966) newspapers.
Inventory #s: 06006.1-2

1966
I.1034 James Riddle

Pages from unfinished work, Spit, Dust, Ashes and Light, with note from James Riddle.
Inventory #s: 06006.1-2

1965, 1983
I.1035 James Riddle

A Psychedelic Happening, 3 complete copies and 1 incomplete, with 1983 note from James Riddle; stamped cards for Everything; card for Mind Event.
Inventory #s: 06008.1-4

1965, 1983
I.1036 James Riddle

Pages for E.S.P. Fluxkit, 2 copies.
Inventory #s: 06009

1966-1968, 1983
I.1037 James Riddle

Materials for Instant Happenings, labels and morning glory seeds; "Take LSD and see" sticker; with 1983 note from James Riddle.
Inventory #s: 06010.1-4, 06011.1

1964, 1983
I.1038 James Riddle

Notes, sketches, news clippings, and pieces of works, annotated in 1983 by James Riddle.
Inventory #s: 06012.1-26

1965, 1983
I.1039 James Riddle

Announcement for "2nd Annual Brooklyn Bridge Event."
Inventory #s: 06013

[1965]
I.1040 James Riddle

Notes and sketches for "the book," first version, an unfinished project; annotated in 1983 by James Riddle.
Inventory #s: 06015.1-114

1965, 1983
I.1041 James Riddle

Notes and sketches for "the book," second version, an unfinished project; annotated in 1983 by James Riddle.
Inventory #s: 06021.1-22

1965, 1983
I.1042 James Riddle

Clippings and other working material collected by James Riddle, intended for use in works.
Inventory #s: 06016.1-114

1964-1965, 1983
I.1043 James Riddle

Look within, postcard work mailed to Ken Friedman; ALS on matchbook David Reck - James Riddle (10/1965).
Inventory #s: 06020, 06000.1-3

1973, 1965
I.1044 James Riddle

1 of 3 folders of pages from James Riddle's notebook, including notes, sketches, and collage, annotated by him in 1983.
Inventory #s: 05997

1965, 1983
I.1045 James Riddle

2 of 3 folders of pages from James Riddle's notebook, including notes, sketches, and collage, annotated by him in 1983.
Inventory #s: 05997

1965, 1983
I.1046 James Riddle

3 of 3 folders of pages from James Riddle's notebook, including notes, sketches, and collage, annotated by him in 1983.
Inventory #s: 05997

1965, 1983
I.1047 James Riddle

Notecards with notes and sketches for a book of "pieces," unfinished work, with 1983 note from James Riddle.
Inventory #s: 05995.1-245

1965, 1983
I.1048 James Riddle

Notecards with notes and sketches for a book of "pieces," unfinished work.
Inventory #s: 05996.1-95

1963, 1983
I.1049* James Riddle

"Brain Stimulation Pictures," clippings and other material used for slide project Everything, with 1983 note from James Riddle.
Inventory #s: 06017.1-81

1965, 1983
I.1050* James Riddle

"Pictures for the book," clippings and other material intended for use in works.
Inventory #s: 06018.1-27

1964-65, 1983
I.1051 James Riddle

Correspondence to James Riddle connected to Mind Event.
Inventory #s: 06019

1963-1964
I.1052 James Riddle

Collection copy photographs of Maciunas portraits of James Riddle.

1965, 1985
I.1053 James Riddle

One Hour, version of work cut into 4 cards.
Inventory #s: 05998.1-4

1966
I.1054 James Riddle

Imprints of large and small "Everything" rubber stamps, with note from Hendricks.

undated
I.1055 James Riddle

Press release for James Riddle exhibition at Galerie A, Amsterdam, 2 copies.

1976
I.1056 James Riddle

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use.

undated
I.1057 James Riddle

Photograph for use in 25 Clock Faces.
Inventory #s: 05999

undated
I.1058 James Riddle

Flyers and cards from Everything, "a psychedelic happening" (8/22/1965).

1965
I.1059 James Riddle

Materials from ESP Event (12/17/1965), including invitation, instructions, sketches for lightbulb to be transmitted telepathically.

1965
I.1060 James Riddle

"Impressions" and correspondence from participants in ESP Event; thank you letter from James Riddle to participants.

1965
I.1061 James Riddle

Correspondence connected to ESP Event, including from Maciunas (listing suggested participants), George Brecht, Benjamin Patterson, Ben Vautier, Robert Watts.

1965
I.1062 James Riddle

Invitations to participate in ESP Event, returned to sender.

1965
I.1063 James Riddle

Correspondence connected to ESP Event (late responses).

1965
I.1064 James Riddle

Notes and correspondence (requests to participate) connected to ESP Event.

1965
I.1065 James Riddle

Correspondence (requests to participate) connected to ESP Event.

1965
I.1066 James Riddle

Correspondence connected to ESP Event, including from Milan Knížák, Vladimír Burda, Hans Sohm, Sol Lewitt.

1965-1966
I.1067 James Riddle

Empty envelopes of correspondence connected to ESP Event.

1965
I.1068 James Riddle

Script for Everything, long scrolled paper.

Note: fragile; access is at the discretion of the archivist.

1965
I.1069 Terry Riley

Flyer for Poppy NoGood's Band at Steinway Hall (1968); photocopies of scores in Silverman Collection; news clipping (2001).

1963, 1968, 2001
I.1070 Dieter Roth

Obituary by Michael Kimmelman in The New York Times (6/10/1998).

1998
I.1071 Harry Ruhé

Galerie 'A' ephemera (1979); postcard to Ken Friedman; program for unrealized Amsterdam Fluxus festival (1964); news clippings, including "FLUIDS - en aktion" (3/10/1968) and Kunst Van Nu "Pop Art!" article ([1965]).
Accession #s: 90.09

1964-1979
I.1072 Harry Ruhé

1 of 6 folders, Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties. Ephemera; correspondence; photographs; notes by Harry Ruhé.

Note: in 1979, Harry Ruhe held an exhibition at his Amsterdam gallery, Galerie "A," called Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties. The Silverman Collection acquired two binders of original material collected and with notes by Harry Ruhé in preparation for the exhibition and its catalogue. This material comprises these 6 folders, I.1072-1077, in its original order. Harry Ruhé's sticky-paper notes are preserved here as photocopies. The published catalogue is in the collection of the Museum's Library.

1970-1979
I.1073 Harry Ruhé

2 of 6 folders, Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties. Ephemera; correspondence; photographs; notes by Harry Ruhé. This folder includes paper bag work by Robert Filliou (1965).

1963-1987
I.1074 Harry Ruhé

3 of 6 folders, Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties. Ephemera; correspondence; photographs; notes by Harry Ruhé. This folder includes manuscript text by Milan Knížák, "With some friends we folded great many paper birds..." (3/10/1965).

1965-1978
I.1075 Harry Ruhé

4 of 6 folders, Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties. Ephemera; correspondence; photographs; notes by Harry Ruhé. This folder includes photograph and sketch by Milan Knížák ("clothes from colored flexible ropes tied around the body"); texts by Joan Mathews.

1967-1979, undated
I.1076 Harry Ruhé

5 of 6 folders, Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties. Ephemera; correspondence; photographs; notes by Harry Ruhé.

1964-1977, undated
I.1077 Harry Ruhé

6 of 6 folders, Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties. Ephemera; correspondence; photographs; notes by Harry Ruhé. This folder also includes itemized list of this material with appraisal by Hendricks.

1975-1979
I.1078 Harry Ruhé

1 of 6 folders, "spare" material (works, correspondence, and ephemera) from Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties organized into a binder by Harry Ruhé. This folder contains material from the inner sleeve of the binder, including copy of TLS Silverman - Harry Ruhé (9/24/1979) and news clipping.

Note: this material was removed from plastic sleeves within a binder by the archivist and rehoused in order.

1979
I.1079 Harry Ruhé

2 of 6 folders, "spare" material (works, correspondence, and ephemera) from Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties organized into a binder by Harry Ruhé. This folder includes Fluxus postcards by Ben Vautier; event scores by George Brecht, including from Water Yam; correspondence from Ben Vautier and Robert Bozzi.

1961-1963, undated
I.1080 Harry Ruhé

3 of 6 folders, "spare" material (works, correspondence, and ephemera) from Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties organized into a binder by Harry Ruhé. This folder includes "International Research" by Robert Filliou; TLS Henry Flynt - Harry Ruhé (7/2/1975); work by Al Hansen; AL Alison Knowles - Harry Ruhé (undated), with enclosed contact sheet; TLS Takehisa Kosugi - Harry Ruhé (9/18/1976); several "Diverevents one" cards by Fredic Lieberman (1965).

1965-1976, undated
I.1081 Harry Ruhé

4 of 6 folders, "spare" material (works, correspondence, and ephemera) from Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties organized into a binder by Harry Ruhé. This folder includes cards from Paper Fluxwork by Willem de Ridder; DOP by James Riddle; ALS Takako Saito - Harry Ruhé (6/30/1975); event scores by Mieko Shiomi (1963-1964).

1964-1975, undated
I.1082 Harry Ruhé

5 of 6 folders, "spare" material (works, correspondence, and ephemera) from Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties organized into a binder by Harry Ruhé. This folder includes invitations to participate in Spatial Poem nos. 4-9 by Mieko Shiomi (1971-1975); ALS Daniel Spoerri - Harry Ruhé (11/14/1974); event scores by Robert Watts.

1971-1975, undated
I.1083 Harry Ruhé

6 of 6 folders, "spare" material (works, correspondence, and ephemera) from Fluxus: the most radical and experimental art movement of the sixties organized into a binder by Harry Ruhé. This folder includes works by Zaj; copies of news clippings with reviews of exhibition (1976).

1965-1976
I.1084 Ivy Sky Rutzky

Photographs of works.

1977
I.1085 Takako Saito

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas from the Jean Brown Archive; photocopy of Maciunas's notes on Takako Saito; performance announcement sent to Maciunas (1976).

1960s-1970s
I.1086 Takako Saito

2 ALS Takako Saito - Robert Watts, without postage; 1 ALS Takako Saito - Joe Jones; 2 ALS Takako Saito - Alison Knowles.
Inventory #s: 05992.1-2, 05991
Accession #s: 89.03

undated
I.1087 Takako Saito

Correspondence to Silvermans and Hendricks, with drawings. Artwork and book of postcards, Schachspiele + Performance 1989, enclosed.

1982-1990
I.1088 Takako Saito

Spice Chess and Sand Timer Chess, including Maciunas notes, pricelist photograph, and list of spices for Spice Chess and polaroids taken by Hendricks of both sets in Archiv Sohm and Jean Brown collections.
Inventory #s: 01710, 5990.1-2

undated
I.1089 Takako Saito

Polaroids taken by Hendricks of Takako Saito works in other collections: Musical Chairs: Rolling Ball; Rolling Ball Chair.

undated
I.1090 Takako Saito

Correspondence and other materials sent to Hendricks.

1994-2006
I.1091 Takako Saito

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works and portrait, produced by the collection for publication use.

undated
I.1092 Wim Schippers

Invitation to A Program of Smells (1965); poster/catalogue for adynamische werken, exhibition with Ger Van Elk (1962-1963), with notes on both from Harry Ruhé.
Inventory #s: 05987
Accession #s: 91.05

1962-1965, 1991
I.1093 Wim Schippers

Includes poster and pamphlet for Adyamische werken/Adynamical works, Amstel 47, Amsterdam (1963); installation photograph of Salt Room at Stedelijik Museum (1962-1963).
Inventory #s: 05993, 05994

1962-1978
I.1094 Tomas Schmit

Includes exhibition announcements; photocopies of scores and texts; photograph of Tomas Schmit with Marcel Broodthaers, Arthur Køpcke, and Robert Filliou in Antwerp (1969); "Questionnaire," "On Fluxus" (1968); correspondence (original and photocopy); "haute heute," prospectus for von phall zu phall (undated).
Inventory #s: 05984, 05986, 05983, 05987
Accession #s: 03.02

1962-1969, 2007, undated
I.1095 Tomas Schmit

1 of 4 folders of correspondence to Arthur Køpcke.
Inventory #s: 05928-05987

1965-1975
I.1096 Tomas Schmit

2 of 4 folders of correspondence to Arthur Køpcke.
Inventory #s: 05928-05987

1965-1975
I.1097 Tomas Schmit

3 of 4 folders of correspondence to Arthur Køpcke.
Inventory #s: 05928-05987

1965-1975
I.1098 Tomas Schmit

4 of 4 folders of correspondence to Arthur Køpcke.
Inventory #s: 05928-05987

1965-1975
I.1099 Tomas Schmit

1 of 2 folders of photocopies of correspondence to and from Tomas Schmit, as well as event programs and printed materials.

1960s
I.1100 Tomas Schmit

2 of 2 folders of photocopies of correspondence to and from Tomas Schmit, as well as event programs and printed materials.

1960s
I.1101 Tomas Schmit

Ephemera and performance documents, acquired from the artist.
Inventory #s: 02931, 02932, 02933, 02934, 02936, 02937, 02938, 02939, 02940.1-2, 02941, 02942, 02943

1963-1967, undated
I.1102 Tomas Schmit

Ephemera and performance documents, including from Majudstillingen 1964 and poetry by Emmett Williams, acquired from the artist.
Inventory #s: 02944, 02945, 02946, 02947.1-3, 02948.3-5, 02949, 02950, 02951, 02952, [02953]

1963-1967, undated
I.1103 Tomas Schmit

Copy of TL Jackson Mac Low - Maciunas (4/25/1963) regarding proposal of Fluxus News-Policy Letter no. 6, with typed addition to Tomas Schmit; draft of letter to Jackson Mac Low from Tomas Schmit.
Inventory #s: 01701

1963
I.1104 Dieter Schnebel

Photocopies and negatives of scores and instructions.

1960-1962
I.1105 Sara Seagull

Photocopy of portrait; Hendricks notes on Fluxsports shoes.

undated, 2001
I.1106 Greg Sharits

Includes correspondence with Ken Friedman; photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas; Bardo Matrix poster.
Inventory #s: 05907.3, 05907.8, 05907.15

1966-1967
I.1108 Greg Sharits

Copy photographs of works, produced by the collection for publication use.

undated
I.1107 Paul Sharits

Photocopies of works, plus photocopies of correspondence from Harry Ruhé to Hendricks about works by Paul Sharits.

1966-1974, 1984
I.1109 Paul Sharits

Includes Film Culture No. 65-66 (1978); obituary by Roberta Smith in The New York Times (7/15/1993); collection copy photograph and negative of "Identity" (Flux performance) (1965).

1965, 1978, [ca. 1980?], 1993
I.1110 Paul Sharits

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas from the Jean Brown Archive.

1968-1970
I.1111 Paul Sharits

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, including attached film strip, sketch of "Fluxmonument for George M.," news clipping review of 1983 Paul Sharits exhibition.
Inventory #s: 05927.1-4c

1967-1983
I.1112 Paul Sharits

1 TLS Paul Sharits - Arthur Køpcke (1/25/1970), regarding Paul Sharits's planned tour of Europe.
Inventory #s: 05926

1970
I.1113 Paul Sharits

Photocopies and transparency of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.1114 Paul Sharits

Maquette for unrealized book project and related material, acquired from Harry Ruhé. Includes explanatory note from and Paul Sharits correspondence to Harry Ruhé.

1977, undated
I.1115 Bob Sheff

Photocopy and transparency of instructions for Hum.

1965
I.1116 Stuart Sherman

Posters for Fifth Spectacle (designed by Hendricks) and Sixth Spectacle, 2 copies.
Inventory #s: 05887, 05888.1-2

1976
I.1117 Mieko Shiomi

Correspondence with enclosures to Silvermans and Hendricks; photocopy of ALS Hendricks - Mieko Shiomi (1/24/1997); postcards from Japanese Art After 1945: Scream Against the Sky, Guggenheim Museum SoHo, 1994.

Note: CD mailed to Hendricks from Shiomi, "Music of Group Ongaku" (HEAR Sound Art Library, 1996) was removed and transferred to the Library. Mieko Shiomi was formerly known as Chieko Shiomi.

1994-1996
I.1118 Mieko Shiomi

Includes invitation letters for Spatial Poem Nos. 1-9; interview with Mieko Shiomi for Fluxus/Nancarrow & so forth, concert at Goethe Institute, Japan, 1994 (in Japanese); other material, with note to Hendricks.

1965-1975; 1992-1994
I.1119 Mieko Shiomi

Spatial Poem Nos. 1-4, list of partcipants and postcards.
Inventory #s: 05902.1-5

1975-1976
I.1120 Mieko Shiomi

Correspondence with Ken Friedman, including Compound Views I and Compound Views II.
Inventory #s: 05903.1-5, 05899

1967-1974
I.1121 Mieko Shiomi

Correspondence to Arthur Køpcke; 1 ALS Mieko Shiomi - Robert Watts; 2 empty envelopes addressed to Mieko Shiomi from Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 05904, 05905, 05906

1971, 1975, undated
I.1122 Mieko Shiomi

Photocopies of correspondence to Jean Brown and Maciunas in Jean Brown Archive. Also includes photocopy of Maciunas's notes (on Chieko Shiomi).

[1960s-1970s], 1980-1981
I.1123 Mieko Shiomi

Photocopy of template for Spatial Poem No. 1 map.

I.1124 Mieko Shiomi

Record of scores sent out for publication.
Accession #s: 94.05

ca. 1967
I.1125 Mieko Shiomi

Correspondence with Hendricks; also includes photocopy of letter from Maciunas.

1994
I.1126 Mieko Shiomi

Includes news clipping from Kunst Van Nu (1966); curriculum vitae from 1994; event brochures and posters.

1966, 1994
I.1127 Mieko Shiomi

Photocopies of works and Maciunas notes about Chieko Shiomi; photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use.

undated
I.1128 Mieko Shiomi

Photograph of Spatial Poem No. 1 (photo [ca. 1965]); invitation to participate in Spatial Poem No. 8, annotated by Arthur Køpcke; mailing to Knud Pedersen, possibly sent with invitation to participate in Spatial Poem No. 4 (6/18/1975); photocopy of alternate version of invitation to Spatial Poem No. 4 ("panorama of colors"), sent to Ken Friedman (1967).
Inventory #s: 05893, 05900.1-2, 05893.3, [05897.1-2]

1967, [ca. 1975], 1974-1975
I.1129 Robert Smithson

Photographs.

undated
I.1130 Hans Sohm

Photographs of Hans Sohm.

1976, undated
I.1131 Hans Sohm

Blank information sheets used for Happening & Fluxus catalogue chronology from Archiv Sohm.

ca. 1970
I.1132 Hans Sohm

Material from "Fröhliche Wissenschaft" Das Archiv Sohm, exhibition at Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, 1986.

1986, undated
I.1133 Hans Sohm

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, with photocopies of replies.

1968-1975
I.1134 Hans Sohm

Correspondence to Arthur Køpcke. In German.

1969-1971
I.1135 Hans Sohm

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas, including about purchasing Fluxus works.

1970-1978
I.1136 Hans Sohm

Correspondence to Robert Watts.

1970-1979
I.1137 Hans Sohm

Photocopies of correspondence to and from Maciunas. Also includes photocopy of TLS Hans Sohm - Billie Maciunas (6/10/1978).

1966-1978
I.1138 Hans Sohm

Photographs by Hans Sohm of Maciunas's apartment at 349 W. Broadway, including a portrait of Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 05320, 05321

1969
I.1139 Something Else Press

File on Wolf Vostell, including ephemera and correspondence between Wolf Vostell and Jan Herman.

1972-1974, undated
I.1140 Something Else Press

File on Eric Andersen: 5 sheets of scores.

undated
I.1141 Something Else Press

File on Jindřich Chalupecký: copy of letter from him to Allan Kaprow (12/1/1965).

1965
I.1142 Something Else Press

"Chance Imagery:" manuscript for Great Bear Pamphlet by George Brecht; correspondence from Barbara Moore to various recipients regarding publishing permissions; published pamphlet.
Inventory #s: 05822

1965-1966
I.1143 Something Else Press

Ephemera; newsletters; correspondence with Sebastopol James.

1966-1983
I.1144 Something Else Press

Ephemera and newsletters, including mailed to Maciunas and Ken Friedman.

1966-1983
I.1145 Something Else Press

Ephemera; newsletters; texts by Dick Higgins; correspondence with Ken Friedman.

1966-1968
I.1146 Something Else Press

Correspondence.

1965
I.1147 William Louis Sørenson

Mailings to Ken Friedman, La Monte Young, and Maciunas.

1969-1970
I.1148 William Louis Sørenson

Mailings to Arthur Køpcke.

1969
I.1149 Daniel Spoerri

Posters/exhibition announcements from Eat Art Gallery, Düsseldorf.
Inventory #s: 05702.1-2, 05699, 05698, 05696

1970-1971
I.1150 Daniel Spoerri

Exhibition and publication announcements; correspondence, including to Arthur Køpcke, Knud Pedersen, Ken Friedman, Jonas Mekas.
Inventory #s: 05697.1-3, 05706, 05693, 05705, 05704.1-2, 05695, 05707.1-2, 05710

1966-1977
I.1151 Daniel Spoerri

2 copies of program and menu with reservation card for 723 Ustensiles de Cuisine, event at La Galerie J., Paris, mailed to Arthur Køpcke.
Inventory #s: 05691

1963
I.1152 Daniel Spoerri

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas from the Jean Brown Archive.
Inventory #s: 05708.1-7b

1975-1975
I.1153 Daniel Spoerri

Material collected on Daniel Spoerri, including photocopy of "Attention, Work of Art!" newspaper article by Emmett Williams in The Stars and Stripes (1962).
Inventory #s: 05709.1-2b

1962-1994
I.1154 Daniel Spoerri

2 photographs of snare pictures by Daniel Spoerri, one with note by Daniel Spoerri to Robert Filliou.
Accession #s: 04.01

1960-1961
I.1155 Daniel Spoerri

Photocopies of documents concerning Daniel Spoerri.
Accession #s: 96.18

1976, undated
I.1156 Daniel Spoerri

Bag of Danish baking powder with Galerie Køpcke "Attention Oeuvre d'Art" stamp.
Accession #s: 04.01

undated
I.1157 Daniel Spoerri

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, mostly 31 Variations on a Meal (ca. 1965), produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.1158 Daniel Spoerri

News clippings, ephemera, and articles acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1961-1963, 1971-1979, undated
I.1159 Daniel Spoerri

Announcement and menu for Restaurant de la Galerie J.

1963
I.1160 Elka Spoerri

Obituary by Roberta Smith in The New York Times (6/3/2002).

2002
I.1161 Karlheinz Stockhausen

Originale (1961), including notes from Laurence Alloway and color copy of score annotated by Arthur Caspari.
Accession #s: [00.14]

1961
I.1162 Johannes Stüttgen

"Deutsche studentenpartei," 1 page.

1968
I.1163 Sonia Švecová

Correspondence to Ken Friedman with paper flower and stalk of pussy willow (3/20/1967).

1967
I.1164 Harald Szeemann

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, mostly regarding Happening & Fluxus, Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne.

1970
I.1165 Harald Szeemann

Correspondence to Arthur Køpcke.

1969-1970
I.1166 Tamas Szentjóby

Photocopies of correspondence to Ken Friedman, with photographs from performance "Sit-Out"(1972) with notes for publication; photocopies of Ken Friedman's notes; notes by Hendricks. Originals are with the Museum Collection.

1972-1973, undated
I.1167 William Tarr

"Ideas for Artists," including correspondence sent to Larry Miller.
Inventory #s: 05712, 05711.1-2, 05713.1-3

1972-1974
I.1168 André Thomkins

Exhibition announcements.
Accession #s: 94.08

1969, 1971, 1979, 1986
I.1169 Jean Tinguely

News clippings acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1961
I.1170 Jean Tinguely

Postcard to Arthur Køpcke.

1973
I.1171 Raša Todosijević

Pamphlet, "The Edinburgh Statement."

1975
I.1172 Yasunao Tone

Flyer for "one man show," [Minami Gallery, 1962], 2 copies; letter to Hendricks with enclosed article by Yasunao Tone, "John Cage and Recording" (2004); "Tone's assessment of Tono," with note from Hendricks (2004); polaroid photograph of Yasunao Tone by Robert Watts (1977); photocopies and negative transparencies of works and portrait, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.
Inventory #s: 01740

[1962], 1977, 2003-2004, undated
I.1173 Endre Tt

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, including artist's book "TOTal Joys" (1971-75).

1972-1976, 1982
I.1174 Endre Tt

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, including copies of various letters originally sent to others.

1973
I.1175 Endre Tt

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, including "1/2 dozen Berliner gladness postcards (1973-1978)" and ephemera.

1971-1979
I.1176 Endre Tt

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, including various pamphlets and letters to Eleanor Ballou; artist's books "Incomplete Informations (Verbal & Visual)" (1972) and "The States of Zero" (1971).

1971-1977
I.1177 Endre Tt

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, including artist's books "Possessive Adjective" (1972) and "On the next page I shall say something" (1973); set of postcards/ephemera "Absolute possessive pronouns" (1972).

1972-1974
I.1178 Jiří Valoch

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, including pamphlets by the artist "básne pro pozorování reality" (1969) and "8 sonnets" (1969).

1969-1970
I.1179 Jiří Valoch

Correspondence to Ken Friedman.

1969-1970
I.1180 Peter Van Beveren

Ephemera.

1975-1976
I.1181 Jan Van Der Mark

1 of 4 files on Wolf Vostell, including correspondence (including with Wolf Vostell and Dick Higgins); news clippings; programs; flyers; installation photographs. Topics covered include Wolf Vostell's Salat installation (1970); Happenings & Fluxus exhibition. In English and German.
Accession #s: 01.01

1970-1972
I.1182 Jan Van Der Mark

2 of 4 files on Wolf Vostell, including correspondence (including with Wolf Vostell and Dick Higgins); news clippings; programs; flyers; installation photographs. Topics covered include Wolf Vostell's Salat installation (1970); Happenings & Fluxus exhibitition. In English and German.
Accession #s: 01.01

1970-1972
I.1183 Jan Van Der Mark

3 of 4 files on Wolf Vostell, including correspondence (including with Wolf Vostell and Dick Higgins); news clippings; programs; flyers; installation photographs. Topics covered include Wolf Vostell's Salat installation (1970); Happenings & Fluxus exhibitition. In English and German.
Accession #s: 01.01

1970-1972
I.1184 Jan Van Der Mark

4 of 4 files on Wolf Vostell, including correspondence (including with Wolf Vostell and Dick Higgins); news clippings; programs; flyers; installation photographs. Topics covered include Wolf Vostell's Salat installation (1970); Happenings & Fluxus exhibit. In English and German.
Accession #s: 01.01

1970-1972
I.1185 Ben Vautier

Collection photocopies of "lettre a Maciunas contenant Idees Divers" or "letter to Maciunas" (see I.1186-I.1189 for original).

1964
I.1186 Ben Vautier

1 of 4 folders of "lettre a Maciunas contenant Idees Divers" or "letter to Maciunas," 113-page letter, regarding ideas and plans for works, performances, festivals, and including sketches, collage, and works, with later notes (likely added at the time of acquisition by the Silvermans).
Silverman #s: <427.I

1964, undated
I.1187 Ben Vautier

2 of 4 folders of "lettre a Maciunas contenant Idees Divers" or "letter to Maciunas," 113-page letter, regarding ideas and plans for works, performances, festivals, and including sketches, collage, and works, with later notes (likely added at the time of acquisition by the Silvermans).
Silverman #s: <427.I

1964, undated
I.1188 Ben Vautier

3 of 4 folders of "lettre a Maciunas contenant Idees Divers" or "letter to Maciunas," 113-page letter, regarding ideas and plans for works, performances, festivals, and including sketches, collage, and works, with later notes (likely added at the time of acquisition by the Silvermans).
Silverman #s: <427.I

1964, undated
I.1189 Ben Vautier

4 of 4 folders of "lettre a Maciunas contenant Idees Divers" or "letter to Maciunas," 113-page letter, regarding ideas and plans for works, performances, festivals, and including sketches, collage, and works, with later notes (likely added at the time of acquisition by the Silvermans).
Silverman #s: <427.I

1964, undated
I.1190 Ben Vautier

ALS Ben Vautier - Milan Knížák (10/1966).
Inventory #s: 02867

1966
I.1191 Ben Vautier

5 ALS Ben Vautier - Milan Knížák and Sonia Švecová.
Inventory #s: 02859, 02921, 02922, 02933

1966-1967, undated
I.1192 Ben Vautier

2 ALS Ben Vautier - Milan Knížák; "L'Art n'est Plus Nouveau" mimeographed text in French, with autograph translation into Czech.
Inventory #s: 02924, 02925, 02926.1-2

1966-1967
I.1193 Ben Vautier

1 ALS and 6 empty envelopes Ben Vautier - Milan Knížák.
Inventory #s: 02927.1-7

1967
I.1194 Ben Vautier

1 ALS Ben Vautier - Alison Knowles.
Accession #s: 89.03

undated
I.1195 Ben Vautier

Package of texts, announcements, posters and works sent to Jonas Mekas (9/23/1972), including Postman's Choice (1965 version).

1972
I.1196 Ben Vautier

Photocopies of correspondence to and from Rudolf Pereboom and Stanley Brouwn regarding plans for an exhibition at Amstel 47, Amsterdam.

1964
I.1197 Ben Vautier

Correspondence to Rudolf Pereboom and Stanley Brouwn regarding plans for an exhibition at Amstel 47, Amsterdam. Includes photographs of works for exhibition.
Accession #s: 03.06

[1964]
I.1198 Ben Vautier

Empty record sleeve for Disque de Musique Total, "15 compositions musicales pour la recherche et l'enseignement d'une musique - total - en hommage à John Cage."
Inventory #s: 02929

1963
I.1199 Ben Vautier

Includes "L'art total communique;" photocopy of Rotterdam fluxus festival announcement; scrapbooked copy of untitled "nine directions for art" booklet; other announcements.
Inventory #s: 01780, [01781], [01782], 01783, 01784, [01787].

1964, undated
I.1200 Ben Vautier

Announcements, mailings, postcards works, and other text works, including for exhibitions and events at Galerie Ben Doute de Tout, Nice. Includes Postman's Choice (1967 Fluxus version). In French and English.
Inventory #s: 02928.1-14

1967, undated
I.1201 Ben Vautier

Announcements, mailings, postcard works, and other text works, including for exhibitions and events at Galerie Ben Doute de Tout, Nice, including mailings to Ken Friedman. Includes "Certificate of Presence Delivered as Work of Art" (1967); letter to Ken Friedman on back of announcement for "Hall des Remises en Question." In French and English.
Inventory #s: 05415, 05413, 05423, 054291.-2, 05430, 05427.1-2, 05426, 05428.5, 05431, 05432.1, 05433.1-2, 05434

1962, 1966-1968, undated
I.1202 Ben Vautier

Cards and announcements, including 3 versions of Postman's Choice (1965, 1967, 1973; 1973 version addressed to Ken Friedman and Richard Foreman).
Inventory #s: 05386.1-3, 05385.1-4

1965, 1967, 1973, 1983
I.1203 Ben Vautier

"La Bonne Journee," invitation ("Fluxus Nice") and written description of event in French.
Inventory #s: 05424.1-2

1967
I.1204 Ben Vautier

"Le IVe Festival de la Libre Expression" presented by Jean-Jacques Lebel, Saint-Tropez; announcement/program and poster mailed to Ken Friedman, in French.
Inventory #s: 05425.1-3

1967
I.1205 Ben Vautier

Texts, works and other documents, photocopy and original, including concerning Galerie Ben Doute de Tout, in French; photcopy of Maciunas's notes on Ben Vautier from Jean Brown Archive.
Inventory #s: [01839], 05383

1966-1967, undated
I.1206 Ben Vautier

Announcements, programs, texts, works, posters, notes, and other documents, including for concerts and exhibitions, and concerning Galerie Ben Doute de Tout and the "Festival de la Libre Expression," acquired from Ben Vautier. In French and English.
Inventory #s: 01786.1-24

1962-1967, 1974
I.1207 Ben Vautier

"Pour et Contre," texts and interviews concerning exhibitions, including of Olivier Mosset and Marcel Alocco, in French; "On Social Recognition" by Henry Flynt.
Inventory #s: 05387.1-3

1973-1974, undated
I.1208 Ben Vautier

Various mimeograph documents and texts, formerly held by Maciunas. In French.

undated
I.1209 Ben Vautier

"Ben contre Support Surface et Tel Quel (pour le plaisir)," 4 pages. In French.

1971
I.1210 Ben Vautier

"Programme des 7 Jours," La Troupe D'Art Total; form letter to Ray Johnson, regarding "John Cage Aux Baux;" program for "John Cage Aux Baux;" "Fluxus 1964" announcement, annotated by Albert Fine. In French, with collection notes.
Inventory #s: 05533, 05535, 05536, 05537

1964, undated
I.1211 Ben Vautier

Photocopies of postcard works from the Tate Gallery Archive.

undated
I.1212 Ben Vautier

"Lettre de Ben aux Peuples Inquiets," Lettre no. 5, 1994; "Real Bull shit 0," 1993.

1993-1994
I.1213 Ben Vautier

Text (or possibly newsletter), including descriptions of exhibitions and other events in Nice and elsewhere, 9 pages, in French.

[ca. 1971-1972]
I.1214 Ben Vautier

"A L'Occasion de L'Exposition D'Arman au Musee Municipal de Saint-Paul-De-Venice," 2 texts.
Inventory #s: 05408.1-2

1966
I.1215 Ben Vautier

Document cover with notes by Ben Vautier.

undated
I.1216 Ben Vautier

"Invitation à une Exposition" (1970), "Open Tout and Close Nothing;" "Chronique Touche a Tout de Ben;" Tout No. 1 (1968), 2 copies; "Galerie Ben Doute De Tout Presente," collected programs, texts, and other documents; "minable culture" (1984).

1960s, 1970, 1984, undated
I.1217 Ben Vautier

"Stencils de Ben," unbound book of collected mimeographs (including programs, announcements, and other documents), 1963-1969.

1969
I.1218 Ben Vautier

"Rédaction au Laboratoire 32," bound booklet.
Inventory #s: 01788

[1960]
I.1219 Ben Vautier

"Galerie Ben Doute De Tout Presente," collected programs.
Inventory #s: 01789

1963-1967
I.1220 Ben Vautier

Programs, including "Programme des 7 Jours," and other documents enclosed in a folder made from a cropped poster.
Inventory #s: 01790

1964, undated
I.1221 Ben Vautier

Collection inventory of "Je Tourneau" manuscript (manuscript not here).

undated
I.1222 Ben Vautier

"esthetique definitif et épreuves," typed and autograph annotated manuscript, with collection inventory of pages.
Inventory #s: 05464

undated
I.1223 Ben Vautier

"esthetique broullon [?] el double," typed and autograph annotated manuscript, with collection inventory of pages.
Inventory #s: 05465

undated
I.1224 Ben Vautier

"Moi, Ben, Je Signe"/"chapitre mor [?] Ben Je Signe - Tel quel Donne a l'Imprimeur," typed and autograph annotated manuscript.
Inventory #s: 05466.1-2

1968
I.1225 Ben Vautier

"Double Theatre de Comportement Taut sur une page," annotated manuscript.
Inventory #s: 05467

1968
I.1226 Ben Vautier

"Chap. Mor [?] Ben je signe Tape an Anglais et sur feuille jaune," pages scrapbooked with typed texts (possibly manuscript for publication).
Inventory #s: 05468

undated
I.1227 Ben Vautier

Untitled scrapbooked, collaged, and autograph manuscript.
Inventory #s: 05469

undated
I.1228 Ben Vautier

"Theatre 3," typed and autograph annotated manuscript.
Inventory #s: 05470

undated
I.1229 Ben Vautier

"cinema 7," 2 pages of notes (possibly manuscript for publication).
Inventory #s: 05471

undated
I.1230 Ben Vautier

Copy of "excommunication" document.
Inventory #s: 05472

1982
I.1231 Ben Vautier

Photocopies of and collection notes on the "Idea Book."
Inventory #s: [01026]

undated
I.1232 Ben Vautier

Notes and mock-up for version of Propositions for One Page used in publication Fluxus: selections from the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection, by Clive Phillpot and Jon Hendricks. New York, N.Y.: The Museum of Modern Art, 1988.
Inventory #s: 05388.1-15

1988
I.1233 Ben Vautier

Flash Art 23 (April 1971), "special issue on Ben"; "Mon actuelle position en art" statement, with 9 slides of the artist's work.

1971, 1974
I.1234 Ben Vautier

News clippings, including "Quer ist Ben?"
Inventory #s: 05532

[1964], 1975
I.1235 Ben Vautier

Announcement for lecture by the artist at Emily Harvey Gallery, New York, 1991, 2 copies; nnouncement for "Ben's Bizart Bazart," Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris, 2003, 2 copies.

1991, 2003
I.1236 Ben Vautier

15 photographs by Ben Vautier of an art exhibition, acquired from Milan Knížák.
Inventory #s: 03588.1-15

[ca. 1960s]
I.1237 Ben Vautier

10 photographs of works by Ben Vautier, acquired from Milan Knížák.
Inventory #s: 03587.1-10

[ca. 1960s]
I.1238 Ben Vautier

Copies of announcement for event by Annie Vautier, "Annie shall expose some pots of flowers" In French and English.

1967
I.1239 Ben Vautier

Polaroid photographs of Ben Vautier works in the collection.
Inventory #s: [05474-05504], [05506-05529]
Accession #s: [91.04]

undated
I.1240 Ben Vautier

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.1241 Ben Vautier

Copy of program for 7 Jours de Recherche, "Premiere partie de la representation" (1964); note to Maciunas; copies of documents from Sculptures Vivantes.
Inventory #s: [05528.1-4]

1959, 1961, 1964, undated
I.1242 Ben Vautier

"Cinquante propositions pour une page" ("Fifty propositions for a page"), typescript ("original carbon copy").
Accession #s: 01.02

1965
I.1243 Ben Vautier

Ccontact sheets by Marcel Alocco of events/performances in Nice.
Accession #s: 94.24

1967, 1979
I.1244 Ben Vautier

Includes ephemera, "Pour ou Contre" (1974). Acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann. Vinyl record, "Musique = aussi absence de musique"/"Creation et audition privees" (1963) was removed from this folder and transferred to the Museum Collection.

1962-1963, 1974, 1994, undated
I.1245 Ben Vautier

Includes ephemera, newsletters, cards, mailings, and various materials acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1967, undated
I.1246 Ben Vautier

Includes ephemera, newsletters, mailings, texts, and works acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1963-1967, undated
I.1247 Ben Vautier

Includes newsletters, mailings, texts, and works acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1963-1967, undated
I.1248 Ben Vautier

Une Lettre de la Fenetre, no. 1 (1973), sent to Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: 05410.1-4

1973
I.1249 Ben Vautier

"Open Tout and close nothing," 1 long sheet, folded.

1968
I.1250 Ben Vautier

"A Letter from Berlin," 6 pages.
Inventory #s: 04885.1-3

1978
I.1251 Ben Vautier

"A Little Book of Ben," booklet by Reflection Press.
Inventory #s: 05327

undated
I.1252 Ben Vautier

"After DADA my position on art is" text with letter to Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: 05328

1974
I.1253 Ben Vautier

"Annie on my mind," booklet mailed to Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: 05329.1-3

1979-1982
I.1254 Ben Vautier

"Any stupid ideas just as they come and go," book edition.
Inventory #s: 05330

1978
I.1255 Ben Vautier

Artists' pamphlets.
Inventory #s: 05335.1-8

1981-1983, 1991
I.1256 Ben Vautier

Texts; ephemera; exhibition announcements.
Inventory #s: 05336.1-3, 05343, 05344.1-2, 05351

196701970, undated
I.1257 Ben Vautier

Texts, newsletters, and ephemera, including "Flux manifesto" postcards designed by Maciunas; special issue of Flash Art on the artist (4/1971).
Inventory #s: 05353.1-3, 05362, 05363, 05364, 05365, 05368.1-2, 05369, 05352

1965-1971, 1982, undated
I.1258 Ben Vautier

Re-editions of "Moi Ben je signe" and "Tout No..," sent to Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: 05372.1-2

undated
I.1259 Ben Vautier

"(1) Receive (2) Return" postcard, designed by Maciunas for Fluxus, 3 copies.
Inventory #s: 05374

1965
I.1260 Ben Vautier

Ephemera for exhibitions and events at La Galerie Ben Doute de Tout.
Inventory #s: 05437, 05438, 05439, 05440, 05441, 05443, 05444, 05445

1970-1971
I.1261 Ben Vautier

"Les Paravents," exhibition ephemera.
Inventory #s: 05446.1-3

1971
I.1262 Ben Vautier

Exhibition ephemera.
Inventory #s: 05447.1-2, 05448.1-4, 05449, 05450, 05451

1972, 1982-1983
I.1263 Ben Vautier

Correspondence and ephemera sent to Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: 05453.1-3, 05454, 05455.1-2

1967, undated
I.1264 Ben Vautier

Mailing to Arthur Køpcke, including collages, clippings, and notes.
Inventory #s: 05456

1967
I.1265 Ben Vautier

"Photo de Ben," advertisement with photograph of the artist.
Inventory #s: 05376.1-2

undated
I.1266 Ben Vautier

"Liste personelle d'appreciations sur Ben," 1 page.
Inventory #s: 05370

undated
I.1267 Ben Vautier

Newsletters and announcements,
Inventory #s: 05371, 05367, 05366.1-2

1962, undated
I.1268 Ben Vautier

Postcard work ("I Ben declare that the following signature"), 2 addressed copies.
Inventory #s: 05361

undated
I.1269 Ben Vautier

"Fourre Tout No. 1 Contenu (dans aucun ordre)," packet of materials by Fluxus artists, 2 copies, mailed to Ken Friedman and Dick Higgins and Alison Knowles.
Inventory #s: 05356.1-2

undated
I.1270 Ben Vautier

Newsletters; announcements; ephemera; mailing to Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: 05355, 05350, 05348, 05347.1-2, 05346, 05345.1-3

1964-1967, undated
I.1271 Ben Vautier

Piece n 33 mailed to Jonas Mekas ("I mean to kill George Brecht).

1964
I.1272 Ben Vautier

Correspondence to Arthur Køpcke (1/10/1968) and Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: 05460, 05461

1968, 1967-1972
I.1273* Ben Vautier

Oversized materials: "My Statement for Documenta 5" (from flash art, 1972), Arts Graphiques 3 (1985), hand-written poster for Quelquechose (1964).

1964, 1972, 1985
I.1274 Ben Vautier

"Fluxus repertoire" books, 2 binders with hand-written and printed Fluxus scores organized by last name of artist. Marks next to scores may indicate works performed by Ben Vautier. According to note by Hendricks, "These 2 books were used by Vautier for performance and are the basis for a planned book of Fluxus scores." Binders are housed in cardboard box annotated by Ben Vautier.
Inventory #s: 01027

undated
I.1275 William Vazan

Texts, ephemera, map, and other documents relating to World Line.

undated
I.1276 Vice Versand

Ephemera.

undated
I.1277 Wolf Vostell

Includes exhibition and publication announcements; exhibition brochures; biographies; Futura ; 22; flyers and other promotional material for Décollage.
Inventory #s: 05854.1-12

1966-1982, 2001
I.1278 Wolf Vostell

Demonstration Realistique, catalogue for exhibition at Galerie Schwarz, Cologne, 3 copies.
Inventory #s: 05619.1-3

1961
I.1279 Wolf Vostell

Exhibition/event announcements and invitations; other materials from exhibitions.
Inventory #s: 05620, 05621, 05623.1-2b, 05686.1-2, 05629, 05637, 05616

1960-1965
I.1280 Wolf Vostell

Exhibition/event announcements and invitations.
Inventory #s: 05638.1-2, 05644, 05645, 05646.1-4, 05641.1-2

1966-1967
I.1281 Wolf Vostell

Exhibition/event announcements and invitations; other materials from exhibitions.
Inventory #s: 05649.1-4a, 05650, 05651.1-2, 05652.1-3

1968
I.1282 Wolf Vostell

Exhibition/event announcements and invitations; other materials from exhibitions.
Inventory #s: 05654, 05656.1-5, 05657.1-2, 05658.1-2, 05659.1-3, 05660, 05661, 05662,
Accession #s: 91.05

1969
I.1283 Wolf Vostell

Exhibition/event announcements and invitations; other materials from exhibitions.
Inventory #s: 05663, 05664, 05665.1-2, 05666, 05667, 05668, 05669, 05670, 05672, 05673

1970-1971
I.1284 Wolf Vostell

Exhibition/event announcements and invitations; other materials from exhibitions; publication announcements; poster for Olympia Hymne (6/6/1972).
Inventory #s: 05675.1-2, 05678, 05679, 05684.1-3, 05681, 05683

1972-1975
I.1285 Wolf Vostell

Correspondence to Ken Friedman, including envelope with signed package of cucumber seeds; 1 TLS Wolf Vostell - Arthur Køpcke (8/4/1964).
Inventory #s: 05847.1-2, 05848.1-11, 05849.1-2

1964-1973
I.1286 Wolf Vostell

Correspondence to Milan Knížák.
Inventory #s: 05850.1-2, 05851.1-2, 05852, 05853.1-10, 05648.1-2

1966-1970
I.1287 Wolf Vostell

9 Décollagen von Vostell : Autobusabfahrt von der Galerie Parnass Wuppertal Moltkestr. 67, catalogue for exhibition/event at Galerie Parnass, Wuppertall, 2 copies.
Inventory #s: 05624

1963
I.1288 Wolf Vostell

"The Art of the Happening," includes text for Action Lecture by Wolf Vostell and Allan Kaprow, Cricket Theatre, New York; materials for event poster.
Inventory #s: 05626, 05625

1964
I.1289 Wolf Vostell

"Auto Hommage à Henry Ford," poster and other materials.
Inventory #s: 05642.1-3

1966
I.1290 Wolf Vostell

T.O.T. Technological Oak Tree, Barton, Vermont. Includes invitation to event, text by Dick Higgins
Inventory #s: 05676.1-4

1972
I.1291 Wolf Vostell

"Miss Vietnam," texts for performance. 3 copies, including one sent to Milan Knížák.
Inventory #s: 05643

1967
I.1292 Wolf Vostell

Dogs and Chinese Not Allowed, a dé-coll/age happening, announcement (2 copies) and map (3 copies), one annotated on back [by Ken Friedman?] ("Kosugi concert cinematheque 26th 8-12"), with text for 5 Pre Happenings, 2 copies.
Inventory #s: 05639.1-3

1966
I.1293 Wolf Vostell

Manifestos and other texts, including "Was in Europa Passierte" with Tomas Schmit (1964), "Berlin-Fieber: Ein Happening" (1973), Fluxus chronology (1969).
Inventory #s: 05648.3-5, 05627.1-2, 05680, 05647,

1964-1973
I.1294 Wolf Vostell

Notations for de-coll/age-happenings, text from exhibition at the Something Else Gallery, 1966; announcement and contribution solicitation for Fantastic Architecture, publication by Wolf Vostell and Dick Higgins.

1966-1967
I.1295 Wolf Vostell

Collection administrative documents and notes.

undated
I.1296 Wolf Vostell

Wolf Vostell's Aktionsbildsprache, by Sidney Simon, Edition Dietrich Albrecht. In German.
Inventory #s: 05846

1970
I.1297 Wolf Vostell

Exhibition announcement for Décollage at Galerie Køpcke, 6 folded pieces in envelope addressed to Robert Filliou (1962); "Décollage" cards in envelopes, one envelope stamped "Galerie Køpcke."
Inventory #s: 05617, 05618

[1962]
I.1298 Wolf Vostell

Exhibition announcements, brochures, and flyers, including flyers for Olympia Hymne (1972) and exhibition at Galerie René Block (1965) designed by Wolf Vostell.

1965, 1972, undated
I.1299 Wolf Vostell

Flyer for a "de-coll/age film happening;" color transparencies for projection from performance of "Miss Vietnam."
Accession #s: 94.15

1976
I.1300 Wolf Vostell

Ephemera acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1962-1963, 1989
I.1301 Wolf Vostell

"Der Thermo-Elektronische Kaugummi," press release and photographs.

1970
I.1302 Wolf Vostell

Negatives by Rolf Jährling of happening on Long Island, New York.
Inventory #s: 04214

1964
I.1303* Wolf Vostell

Posters, including for Autopsie eines Happenings, Produzentrengalerie, Berlin (1972); futura22, Hansjörg Meyer edition (1967); and Vostell, exhibition at Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal (1963).

1961-1972, undated
I.1304 Branko Vučićević

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas.

1965-1966
I.1305 Branko Vučićević

Correspondence with Ken Friedman.

1967
I.1306 Yoshimasa Wada

Instruction drawings for An adapted bag pipe with sympathy, Earth Horns, and Alligator (drawings 1981); letter to Milan Knížák (9/22/1970); 3 posters, including 2 mailed to Maciunas.
Silverman #s: >467.I, >467.II
Inventory #s: 00641, 05134, 05200.1-2, 05845.1-3

1970, 1974-1975, 1981
I.1307 Yoshimasa Wada

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use, with collection notes.

undated
I.1308 Robert Watts

Correspondence with individuals, art museums, galleries, foundations, universities, and other organizations, A - C, including: Laurie Anderson; Betty Asher; René Block; Jean Brown; exhibition announcement sent to Ken Friedman by Frances Cory. This folder also includes an incomplete inventory of correspondence; some documents were added later.
Inventory #s: 06066.1-7.2

1963-1983
I.1309 Robert Watts

Correspondence with individuals, art museums, galleries, foundations, universities, and other organizations, D - F, including: Documenta 5 (Harald Szeemann); Ken Friedman.

1963-1974
I.1310 Robert Watts

Correspondence with individuals, art museums, galleries, foundations, universities, and other organizations, G - J, including: Grand Central Moderns; Guggenheim Museum (James Johnson Sweeney); Joe Jones.

1956-1970
I.1311 Robert Watts

Correspondence with individuals, art museums, galleries, foundations, universities, and other organizations, K - L, including: Koelnischer Kunstverein (Harald Szeemann) (with response); Jean-Jacques Lebel.

1961-1970
I.1312 Robert Watts

Correspondence with individuals, art museums, galleries, foundations, universities, and other organizations, M - O, including: The Museum of Modern Art (Dorothy Miller, Alicia Legg, Jennifer Licht, Kynaston McShine, Peter Bunnell); Charlotte Moorman/Nam June Paik; Harry Ostro (regarding Watts vs. Ricke lawsuit).

1955 - 1974
I.1313 Robert Watts

Correspondence with individuals, art museums, galleries, foundations, universities, and other organizations, P - V, including: Tom Sherman.

1955-1974
I.1314 Robert Watts

Correspondence with individuals, art museums, galleries, foundations, universities, and other organizations, W, including: Whitney Museum.

1958-1979
I.1315 Robert Watts

Correspondence and notes by and about Robert Watts, including postcard announcement for Yam Lecture sent to Albert Fine (1/171963); mailing to Ray Johnson; Ben Patterson; Geoffrey Hendricks.
Inventory #s: [01017]
Accession #s: 90.14

1962-1973, 2006
I.1316 Robert Watts

Photocopies of Robert Watts works, including "Pancake Festival menu;" Hendricks notes on Robert Watts works.

undated
I.1317 Robert Watts

Letter and brochure from Arts Council of America to Robert Watts, with Robert Watts' notes on meeting.

1966
I.1318 Robert Watts

9 pages of autograph notes by Robert Watts.

undated
I.1319 Robert Watts

Includes "George Maciunas: Life Span Data" (5/12/1978); prospectus for "The Fur Family;" photocopy of biography from Archiv Sohm; museum wall label for Floor Cloud (lost); New York Times obituary by Wolfgang Saxon (9/4/1988).

1976-1991
I.1320 Robert Watts

Materials from exhibitions, including reproductions of Fluxpost stamp sheets, and related correspondence between Silverman and Robert Watts Studio Archive (Sara Seagull).

1962, [1968], 1993
I.1321 Robert Watts

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use.

undated
I.1322 Robert Watts

Photocopies, copy photographs, and transparencies of works, produced by the collection for publication use.

undated
I.1323 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Sketch by Robert Watts.
Inventory #s: 02860.1-3

undated
I.1324 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Manufacturing order for sweat shirts and tee shirts on Implosions stationery, with silkscreen samples; copy and original folder.
Inventory #s: 02861, 02862

1967
I.1325 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Flower stick-ons.
Inventory #s: 02863.1-11

[ca. 1967]
I.1326 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Empty folder labeled "Implosions" and 2 news clippings of ads for "His & Hers haindpainted briefs."
Inventory #s: 02864.1-2

undated
I.1327 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Business proposal, budgets, and planned products.
Inventory #s: 02865, 02866, 02868, 02869, 02870, 02871, 02874

[ca. 1966-1967]
I.1328 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Biographies of Maciunas and Robert Watts.
Inventory #s: 02872, 02873

undated
I.1329 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Robert Watts sketches for products.
Inventory #s: 02875, 02876, 02877, 02878, 02879

undated
I.1330 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Lists of planned products.
Inventory #s: 02880, 02881

undated
I.1331 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Notes and sketches for planned products.
Inventory #s: 02882, 02883, 02884, 02885, 02886, 02887, 02888, 02889, 02890, 02891, 02892, 02893, 02894, 02895

undated
I.1332 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Notes and sketches for planned products.
Inventory #s: 02896, 02897, 02898, 02899.1-3, 02900, 02901, 02902, 02903, 02904, 02905, 02906, 02907, 02908, 02909, 02910, 02911, 02912, 02913, 02914

undated
I.1333 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Logo designed by Maciunas along with silkscreen color samples for "Art Bro."
Inventory #s: 02915

undated
I.1334 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Copies of Mayan pictograms.
Inventory #s: 02916

undated
I.1335 Robert Watts

Material for "Implosions." Maciunas notes and Robert Watts sketches for t-shirts and sweatshirts.
Inventory #s: 02917, 02918, 02919

undated
I.1336 Robert Watts

"Implosions." Correspondence regarding orders for underwear.
Inventory #s: 02920

1967
I.1337 Robert Watts

Sketches/instruction drawings and notes for Fluxus editions, including Clouds.
Silverman #s: <483.IV, <508.X, <508.XI, <507.I, <508.XII, <508.XIII, <499.I.1-2, <506.III, <508.XIV, <508.XV, <508.XVI, <508.XVII, <499.II, <499.III,
Inventory #s: 03017, 03018, 03019, 03020, 03021, 03022, 03023, 03024, 03025, 03026, 03027, 03028, 03029, 03030, 03031, 03032, 03033, 03034, 03035, 03036, 03037, 03038, 03039, 03040, 03041, 03042, 03043

1965-1967
I.1338 Robert Watts

Sketches/instruction drawings and notes for Fluxus editions, including for Fireplace and Cloud Machine.
Silverman #s: <519.II, <506.II, <505.II
Inventory #s: 03044, 03045, 03046, 03047, 03048, 03049, 03050, 03051, 03052, 03053, 03054, 03055, 03056, 03057, 03058, 03059, 03060

1965-1967, 1970-1973
I.1339 Robert Watts

Sketches/instruction drawings and notes for Fluxus editions.
Silverman #s: <524.III, <524.IV.1-3
Inventory #s: 03061.1-3, 03062, 03063, 03064, 03065, 03066, 03067, 03068.1-3, 03069, 03070

1971-1979
I.1340 Robert Watts

Sketches/instruction drawings and notes for Fluxus editions, including "Things as Chrome Goods."
Silverman #s: <240.V, <470.III, <470.II, <470.I.1-1a. <483.V.1-2
Inventory #s: 03071.-13, 03072, 03073, 03074, 03075.1-2

1979, 1962-1963
I.1341 Robert Watts

"Yam Festival," notes by Robert Watts, including for events and works.
Silverman #s: >471.I, >471.II, >471.III,
Inventory #s: 02830, 02831, 02832, 02833, 02834, 02835, 02836, 02837, 02838, 02839, 02840, 02841

[1962-1963], 1963
I.1342 Robert Watts

Program for Yam Festival concert, Hardware Poet's Playhouse (5/11/1963), New York, 2 copies.
Inventory #s: 02842.1-2

1963
I.1343 Robert Watts

"Yam Festival," includes notes, news clipping of recipe for Yam Chiffon Pie, announcement for Delivery Event.
Inventory #s: 02843, 02844, 02845.1-3, 02846, 02847, 02848.1-3

1962-1963, 1980, undated
I.1344 Robert Watts

"Yam Lecture," includes notes, sketches, plannng documents, description of "Yam Lecture - Oakland Version."
Inventory #s: 02849, 02850, 02851, 02852, 02853, 02854, 02855, 02856, 02857, 02858

1963, [1963]
I.1345 Robert Watts

"Old writing."
Inventory #s: 05748

undated
I.1346 Robert Watts

"Flux/year/gemini/74 layout," file of ephemera, notes, sketches, plans, and directions for performance.
Inventory #s: 05751.1-18

1974
I.1347 Robert Watts

"Performance 1978 Fluxyear/Gemini II - Moon Trace," file of notes, sketches, and text for performance.
Inventory #s: 05750.1-7

1978
I.1348 Robert Watts

"Events & theater pieces," file of notes, correspondence, and news clippings. Includes several pages regarding "Events for Guggenheim."
Inventory #s: 05752.1-32

1970, undated
I.1349 Robert Watts

Ephemera.
Inventory #s: 05758

1966, undated
I.1350 Robert Watts

Sketches, notes, and working material for Fluxus works, including "Flux Pee Kit."
Silverman #s: <483.IV
Inventory #s: 05744, 05745, 05747

1971, undated
I.1351 Robert Watts

Letter from the New York City police department regarding a concert by Charlotte Moorman and Jun Hakuta (3/1/1967).

1967
I.1352 Till Wendt

Copy of letter to Dick Higgins.

undated
I.1353 Robert Whitman

Photocopy of Maciunas notes on Robert Whitman from Jean Brown Archive.

ca. 1963
I.1354 Emmett Williams

Photocopies of correspondence to Maciunas from Jean Brown Archive; photocopy of Maciunas notes on Emmett Williams from Jean Brown Archive.1 card sent to Arthur Køpcke (1970); 2 TLS Emmett Williams - Robert Watts (5/16/1980; undated).
Inventory #s: 06035.1-2

1963-1974; 1980
I.1355 Emmett Williams

News clippings, in German and Dutch.

2000, undated
I.1356 Emmett Williams

Exhibition announcements, including for Internationale Manuskript Ausstellung Konkrete Poesie, Wuppertal, 1961.
Inventory #s: 06031

1961, 1977
I.1357 Emmett Williams

Text by Emmett Williams about his works; 1 page of Four-Directional Song of Doubt for Five Voices; litany and response no.2 for alison knowles (1962), typescript poem.
Silverman #s: 556/bis
Inventory #s: 02066, 06032.1

1962, 1965, undated
I.1358 Emmett Williams

Photograph of work from collection.

undated
I.1359 Emmett Williams

Texts, works and other documents acquired from Emmet Williams, with notes to Hendricks concerning the material. Includes information from the artist about his works and performances.
Accession #s: 01.15

1963-1965, undated
I.1360 Emmett Williams

Ephemera and news clippings acquired from estate of Hans Hartmann.

1963, 1991-1992
I.1361 Robert Wittmann

Block-printed new year's card by the artist (1968); 2 empty envelopes sent to Ken Friedman (Aktual).
Inventory #s: 04134

1967-1968
I.1362 Hervé Wurz

Correspondence, including to and from Maciunas and Ben Vautier, concerning purchase of Fluxus works; mailing to Ken Friedman with enclosed photographs.

1972-1976
I.1363 Jud Yalkut

Ephemera.

1972-1973, undated
I.1364 Yellow Now

Ephemera and mailings.

1970-1971
I.1365 Minoru Yoshida

Postcard announcement mailed to Maciunas for performance, New Theory of Relativity (6/15/1974).

1974
I.1366 La Monte Young

Photocopies of correspondence from Maciunas.

1961-1963
I.1367 La Monte Young

Photocopies of correspondence to George Brecht and Emmett Williams; photocopy of letter of recommendation for Maciunas (2/18/1978).
Inventory #s: [01573]

1978, undated
I.1368 La Monte Young

Texts and works by La Monte Young, including envelope for Composition 1960 #9 (score missing); photocopies of 2 Sounds (1960), The Second Dream of The High-Tension Line Stepdown Transformer (1962); arabic numeral (any integer) (1960); F# for Simone Morris.
Inventory #s: 06043, 06042, 06037

1960-1962
I.1369 La Monte Young

Program for La Monte Young 30-Year Retrospective and booklet for Sound & Light Environment by La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela, exhibitions at Dia Art Foundation Performance Space, New York.

1987, 1989
I.1370 La Monte Young

Polaroids taken by Hendricks of La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela.
Inventory #s: 06040.1-4, 06041.1-6

1985, 1988
I.1371 La Monte Young

"Listing for Cinemateque Non-Film Catalogue" for Film Culture, by La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela.

1966
I.1372 La Monte Young

2 versions of sale agreements with the Silvermans, for "transfer of historical materials and works of art."

1989
I.1373 La Monte Young

"Various notes" on La Monte Young written and assembled by Hendricks.

undated
I.1374 La Monte Young

The Static Form "Popular," La Monte Young's contribution to Fluxus, Etc., plus related material.
Inventory #s: 06039.1-2

1981
I.1375 La Monte Young

Collection copy prints and photocopies of La Monte Young portraits and works.

undated
I.1376 La Monte Young

"Statement of composer's permission fees."
Accession #s: 04.08

1965
I.1377 George Yuasa

Collection copy print and photocopies of Projection Esemplastic for Piano - 1.

ca. 1963
I.1378 Zaj

Includes programs, posters, announcements and other printed materials acquired from Jan Van Der Marck and Finn Falkersby.
Accession #s: 96.18

1966-1970
I.1379 Zaj

Includes announcements for and printed works by members of Zaj, including Carl Andre, José Luis Castillejo, Eugenio de Vicente, Juan Hidalgo, Louis Mataix, Walter Marchetti, Ramn Barce. In Spanish.

1964-1969
I.1380 Zaj

Copy of TL Ken Friedman - Juan Hidalgo, requesting work (10/17/1967); announcements and works sent to Ken Friedman by Juan Hidalgo.

1966-1968
I.1381 Zaj

Announcements and works sent to Ken Friedman by Juan Hidalgo.

1968-1969
I.1382 Zaj

Announcements and works sent to Rolf Jährling and Annalise Jährling by Juan Hidalgo.

1965-1968
I.1383 Zaj

Announcements and works sent to Rolf Jährling and Annalise Jährling by Juan Hidalgo.

1966
I.1384 Zaj

Announcements and works sent to Rolf Jährling and Annalise Jährling by Juan Hidalgo.

1967-1969
I.1385 Zaj

Includes ephemera, announcements, and other printed works, including for José Luis Castillejo, Eugenio de Vicente, Juan Hidalgo, Louis Mataix, Walter Marchetti, Ramn Barce, Wolf Vostell, Esther Ferrer. In Spanish.

1963-1972

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Series II: George Brecht Notebooks 1958-2007

The notebooks span continuously from 1958-1980, with the sole apparent exception of August 1975 - May 1976. They are individually housed in clamshell cases made for the Silverman Collection. The first case, made in expectation of procuring a lost earlier notebook, is empty. The actual notebooks thus begin with no. 2. Buchhandlung Walther König has published facsimiles of the first 7 notebooks (numbers 2-8 in the Silverman Collection).

The notebooks were acquired from George Brecht in 2000. Between 2003-2007, scholar Julia Robinson created an extensive inventory and guide to the notebooks, which is included at the end of the series. Robinson writes in the introduction to these notes that they "comprise a comprehensive cataloguing of the contents of the notebooks. They provide the researcher with an extensive and detailed overview of each book, covering the period 1956-1980, with excerpts that can be quoted and interpretive passages to illuminate the content." The dates listed here were taken from Robinson's research. The last three filing units in the series, II.32 - II.34, are Robinson's notes.

Folder Title Date
II.1 Box for lost George Brecht notebook, c. 1956

Empty box; see series note.
Accession #s: 00.18

undated
II.2 George Brecht notebook, June -September 1958


Accession #s: 00.18

1958
II.3 George Brecht notebook, October 1958 - April 1959


Accession #s: 00.18

1958-1959
II.4 George Brecht notebook, April - August 1959


Accession #s: 00.18

1959
II.5 George Brecht notebook, September 1959 - March 1960


Accession #s: 00.18

1959-1960
II.6 George Brecht notebook, March - November 1960


Accession #s: 00.18

1960
II.7 George Brecht notebook, March - June 1961


Accession #s: 00.18

1961
II.8 George Brecht notebook, June 1961 - September 1962


Accession #s: 00.18

1961-1962
II.9 George Brecht notebook, December 1962 - May 1963


Accession #s: 00.18

1962-1963
II.10 George Brecht notebook, c. May - September 1963


Accession #s: 00.18

1963
II.11 George Brecht notebook, c. Spring 1963


Accession #s: 00.18

1963
II.12 George Brecht notebook, 1963


Accession #s: 00.18

1963
II.13 George Brecht notebook, 1964-1965


Accession #s: 00.18

1964-1965
II.14 George Brecht notebook, 1965


Accession #s: 00.18

1965
II.15 George Brecht notebook, c. May - June 1966


Accession #s: 00.18

1966
II.16 George Brecht notebook, 1966


Accession #s: 00.18

1966
II.17 George Brecht notebook, 1966


Accession #s: 00.18

1966
II.18 George Brecht notebook, November 1966 - June 1967


Accession #s: 00.18

1966-1967
II.19 George Brecht notebook, January -August 1967


Accession #s: 00.18

1967
II.20 George Brecht notebook, September 1967 - July 1968


Accession #s: 00.18

1967-1968
II.21 George Brecht notebook, 1968


Accession #s: 00.18

1968
II.22 George Brecht notebook, 1968


Accession #s: 00.18

1968
II.23 George Brecht notebook, 1969


Accession #s: 00.18

1969
II.24 George Brecht notebook, November 1969 - January 1970


Accession #s: 00.18

1969-1970
II.25 George Brecht notebook, 1970


Accession #s: 00.18

1970
II.26 George Brecht notebook, September 1970 - July 1972


Accession #s: 00.18

1970-1972
II.27 George Brecht notebook, July 1972 - December 1973


Accession #s: 00.18

1972-1973
II.28 George Brecht notebook, December 1973 - July 1975


Accession #s: 00.18

1973-1975
II.29 George Brecht notebook, June 1976 - August 1977


Accession #s: 00.18

1976-1977
II.30 George Brecht notebook, August 1977 - December 1978


Accession #s: 00.18

1977-1978
II.31 George Brecht notebook, January 1979 - August 1980


Accession #s: 00.18

1979-1980
II.32 Julia Robinson's notes, box 1

2003-2007
II.33 Julia Robinson's notes, box 2

2003-2007
II.34 Binder with Julia Robinson's notes

2003-2007

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Series III: Dick Higgins Scrapbooks 1959-1981

These scrapbooks, assembled by artist and publisher Dick Higgins (1938-1998), include most years from 1959-1981. Higgins, husband of artist Alison Knowles (1933-), was extremely active in Fluxus and also founded the independent publishing company The Something Else Press. He was a prolific writer and performer. These scrapbooks primarily contain ephemera and newsclippings relating to Higgins's activities. Some personal articles (such as photographs) are also included. The scrapbooks were acquired directly from Higgins in the early 1980s. They are extremely fragile; access will be granted at the archivist's discretion. Digital surrogates exist and may be available upon request.

Folder Title Date
III.1 Dick Higgins scrapbook 1959-1962

1959-1962
III.2 Dick Higgins scrapbook 1965-1966

1965-1966
III.3 Dick Higgins scrapbook 1966

1966
III.4 Dick Higgins scrapbook 1968-1969


Inventory #s: 01334

1968-1969
III.5 Dick Higgins scrapbook 1970-1973

1970-1973
III.6 Dick Higgins scrapbook 1974-1977


Inventory #s: 01336

1974-1977
III.7 Dick Higgins scrapbook 1978-1979


Inventory #s: 01337

1978-1979
III.8 Dick Higgins scrapbook 1980-1981

1980-1981

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Series IV: Event Files 1957-2010

 

Subseries IV.A: Event and Exhibition Ephemera

These files contain ephemera (programs, flyers, invitations, and similar) from 1960-1978, the year of George Maciunas's death, as well as one folder of undated ephemera and two folders of oversized posters of various dates. Fluxus as well as related activities are represented. Ephemera post-1978 (the year of Maciunas's death, viewed by the Silverman Collection as the formal end of Fluxus) was organized into folders VII.A.229 - VII.A.242* of the General Administrative Files. Note that other copies of such ephemera as is found here can also be found throughout the collection, especially in series I, Artists, Personalities, and Groups.

Folder Title Date
IV.A.1 Event ephemera

undated
IV.A.2 Event ephemera

1960
IV.A.3 Event ephemera

1961
IV.A.4 Event ephemera

1962
IV.A.5 Event ephemera

1963
IV.A.6 Event ephemera

1964
IV.A.7 Event ephemera

1965
IV.A.8 Event ephemera

1966
IV.A.9 Event ephemera

1967
IV.A.10 Event ephemera

1968
IV.A.11 Event ephemera

1969
IV.A.12 Event ephemera

1970
IV.A.13 Event ephemera

1971
IV.A.14 Event ephemera

1972
IV.A.15 Event ephemera

1973
IV.A.16 Event ephemera

1974
IV.A.17 Event ephemera

1975
IV.A.18 Event ephemera

1976
IV.A.19 Event ephemera

1977
IV.A.20 Event ephemera

1978
IV.A.21* Event ephemera

Posters, including for 24 Stunden, Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal (1965); Musikfestival, Galerie Block Im Forum Theater, Berlin (1966).

1965-1969, undated
IV.A.22* Event ephemera

Posters, including for the Destruction in Art Symposium, Africa Centre, London (1966); 3rd Annual New York Avant Garde Festival (1965); Fluxus, La Cedille Qui Sourit, Art Total, Poesie, Action, Lunds Konsthall, Lund (1967)

1965-1978, undated
 

Subseries IV.B: Event Files

This subseries, arranged chronologically by event, includes more extensive documentation than in the previous subseries, as well as research material collected/created by Hendricks (such as notes, correspondence with scholars, and photocopied research from published sources). Many of the events/festivals included in this run are larger events considered of particular importance to Fluxus by Hendricks. When the sole documentation for an event consisted of a single piece of ephemera, this was moved to subseries IV.A. These files are arranged chronologically by event start date, as organized by Hendricks. The title of the event was either taken from Hendricks's files or from documentation of those events. These files include documentation pertaining to both realized and unrealized events, festivals, concerts, exhibitions and other actions. For more information on which Fluxus events and objects were or were not realized, see the Fluxus Codex.

Following the Silverman Collection's definition of Fluxus, all Fluxus events listed here took place before George Maciunas's death in 1978, with the exception of the "Flux Funeral for George Maciunas" and a 1979 concert at the Kitchen in New York, which are both to be considered Fluxus events.

Folder Title Date
IV.B.1 Chambers Street loft concert series. 112 Chambers Street, New York City. December 18, 1960 - June 30, 1961.

Hendricks notes and research concerning concert series organized by Yoko Ono and La Monte Young; photocopy of Yoko Ono's lease for 112 Chambers Street.

1960-1961, undated
IV.B.2 Chambers Street loft concert series. 112 Chamber Street, New York City. December 18, 1960 - June 30, 1961.

Flyers for "Music and Poetry of Henry Flynt" and "Compositions by La Monte Young;" photocopies of programs and flyers; Hendricks notes and research.

1960-1961, undated
IV.B.3 Majudstillingen 1961. Det kgl. danske Haveselskabs Have, Copenhagen. May, 1961.

Pamphlet; news clippings.

1961
IV.B.4 Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik. Darmstadt. August 29 - September 10, 1961.

Photocopy of program for Nachtprogramm III; photocopy of ALS Hermann Braun - Hendricks (3/1/2009) regarding festival.

1961, 2009
IV.B.5 Majudstillingen 1962. Det kgl. danske Haveselskabs Have, Copenhagen. May 6-28, 1961.

Ephemera, pamphlets.

1962
IV.B.6 Kleinen Sommerfest / Après John Cage. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 9, 1962.

Hendricks notes, research, and correspondence about audio recordings from event; photocopies of photographs.

1962, 2010, undated
IV.B.7 Kleinen Sommerfest / Après John Cage. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 9, 1962.

Hendricks notes, research, and correspondence; photocopies of photographs and documents connected to event.

1962, 1986
IV.B.8 Kleinen Sommerfest / Après John Cage. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 9, 1962.

News clippings (collected by Rolf Jährling).
Inventory #s: 01907.1-8

1962
IV.B.9 Kleinen Sommerfest / Après John Cage. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 9, 1962.

Correspondence to Rolf Jährling from Nam June Paik, Benjamin Patterson, and Peter Brötzmann, in German.
Inventory #s: 01908, 01909, 01910, 01911

1962
IV.B.10 Kleinen Sommerfest / Après John Cage. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 9, 1962.

Contact sheets of photographs in the collection acquired from Rolf Jährling, with Hendricks's notes.
Inventory #s: 01912, 01913, 01914.1-2

1962, undated
IV.B.11 Neo-Dada in der Musik. Kammerspiele, Dusseldorf. June 16, 1962.

Event program, 2 copies (1 copy mailed to Rolf Jährling (6/15/1962)).

1962
IV.B.12 Neo-Dada in der Musik. Kammerspiele, Dusseldorf. June 16, 1962.

Contact sheet and small prints of photographs.
Inventory #s: 04215, 04837.1-14

1962
IV.B.13 Neo-Dada in der Musik. Kammerspiele, Dusseldorf. June 16, 1962.

Photocopies of documents connected to event.

1962, undated
IV.B.14 Neo-Dada in der Musik. Kammerspiele, Dusseldorf. June 16, 1962.

Hendricks notes and research; news clippings.

1988, undated
IV.B.15 Neo-Dada in der Musik. Kammerspiele, Dusseldorf. June 16, 1962.

Photocopy of typescript from Sohm Archive of Jean-Pierre Wilhelm's introduction to the festival.

1962
IV.B.16 Sneak Preview: Fluxus. Paris. July 3, 1962.

Photocopy of Galerie Légitime map.

1962
IV.B.17 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

Hendricks notes and research; photocopies of documents connected to event.

1962, undated
IV.B.18 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

Photocopies of event program.

1962
IV.B.19 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

Hendricks notes and research; photocopies of documents connected to event.

1962, undated
IV.B.20 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

Hendricks notes and research.

undated
IV.B.21 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

Hendricks notes and research.

undated
IV.B.22 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

Hendricks notes and research.

undated
IV.B.23 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

Photocopy of letter to Allan Kaprow and Florence Tarlow from Dick Higgins and Alison Knowles discussing Fluxus events (1/21/1963).

1963
IV.B.24 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

Hendricks notes and research; photocopies and reproductions of documents and news clippings connected to event.

1962, undated
IV.B.25 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

Hendricks notes and research; photocopies and reproductions of documents and news clippings connected to event.

1962, undated
IV.B.26 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

Postcard with photograph of Museum Wiesbaden, 3 copies.

[1988]
IV.B.27 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

Fluxus prospectus / brochure for planned Fluxus yearboxes.

[1962]
IV.B.28 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

News clipping; contact sheet of photographs.
Accession #s: 90.02

1962
IV.B.29 Fluxus Internationale Festpiele Neuester Musik. Stadtischen Museums, Wiesbaden. September 1-23, 1962.

"Tentative Program for the Festival of Very New Music," 4 pages, schedule by Maciunas. Acquired from Rolf Jährling.
Inventory #s: 04318

undated
IV.B.30 Parallele Auffuhrungen Neuester Musik: Moving Theater No. 1. Galerie Monet, Amsterdam. October 5, 1962.

Event program.

1962
IV.B.31 Parallele Auffuhrungen Neuester Musik: Moving Theater No. 1. Galerie Monet, Amsterdam. October 5, 1962.

"Moving Theater No. 1," flyer or program, 3 copies; other program, 4 copies.
Inventory #s: 04518.1-2

1962
IV.B.32 Parallele Auffuhrungen Neuester Musik: Moving Theater No. 1. Galerie Monet, Amsterdam. October 5, 1962.

Hendricks notes and research; photocopies and reproductions of documents connected to event.

1962, undated
IV.B.33 Parallele Auffuhrungen Neuester Musik: Moving Theater No. 1. Galerie Monet, Amsterdam. October 5, 1962.

Photocopy of letter to Allan Kaprow and Florence Tarlow from Dick Higgins and Alison Knowles discussing Fluxus events (1/21/1963) (identical to IV.B.23).

1963
IV.B.34 Festival of Misfits. Gallery One, London; ICA, London. October 23-November 8, 1962.

News clippings (copies).
Accession #s: 00.20

1962
IV.B.35 Festival of Misfits. Gallery One, London; ICA, London. October 23-November 8, 1962.

Announcement card, 2 copies; 1 copy ALS Arthur Køpcke - Tut Køpcke, in Danish, with note from Hendricks; flyer for Ben Vautier at Gallery One.
Inventory #s: 04558.1-2
Accession #s: 01.09

1962
IV.B.36 Festival of Misfits. Gallery One, London; ICA, London. October 23-November 8, 1962.

"MANIFESTO WORLD," typed sheet by Gustav Metzger (10/7/1962).
Inventory #s: 06270

1962
IV.B.37 Festival of Misfits. Gallery One, London; ICA, London. October 23-November 8, 1962.

Program of performances (undated).
Inventory #s: 02129

[1962]
IV.B.38 Festival of Misfits. Gallery One, London; ICA, London. October 23-November 8, 1962.

Map of London (inscribed by Arthur Køpcke?); Arthur Køpcke's "fine for pissing," with note from Hendricks.
Inventory #s: 04552, 04553

1962
IV.B.39 Festival of Misfits. Gallery One, London; ICA, London. October 23-November 8, 1962.

Gallery One, ten years, catalogue for exhibition (8/19/1963 - 9/6/1963), with introduction by Victor Musgrave. Mentions Festival of Misfits.

1963
IV.B.40 Festival of Misfits. Gallery One, London; ICA, London. October 23-November 8, 1962.

Photocopies of news clippings, correspondence, and other documents connected to Festival of Misfits and Gallery One.

1957, 1962-1963
IV.B.41 Festival of Misfits. Gallery One, London; ICA, London. October 23-November 8, 1962.

Hendricks notes, research and correspondence; photocopies of documents connected to event.

1962, 1993, 1995, undated
IV.B.42 Festival of Misfits. Gallery One, London; ICA, London. October 23-November 8, 1962.

Photocopy of letter to Allan Kaprow and Florence Tarlow from Dick Higgins and Alison Knowles discussing Fluxus events (1/21/1963) (identical to IV.B.23).

1963
IV.B.43 Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

Photocopies of news clippings, in Danish.

1962
IV.B.44 Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

News clippings, in Danish.

Note: Photocopies of all originals in IV.B.43.

1962
IV.B.45 Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

Dansk musiktidsskrift no. 7, with articles on festival, in Danish; event programs.

1962
IV.B.46 Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

Hendricks notes, research and correspondence from Knud Pedersen (undated); photocopies of documents connected to event.

1962, undated
IV.B.47 Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

Photocopies and reproductions of posters and documents connected to event.

1962
IV.B.48 Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

Photocopies of photographs acquired from Kunsthallen.

1962, 1996
IV.B.49 Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

Postcards with photographs of Nicolaj Church.

undated
IV.B.50 Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

Photocopy of letter to Allan Kaprow and Florence Tarlow from Dick Higgins and Alison Knowles discussing Fluxus events (1/21/1963) (identical to IV.B.23).

1963
IV.B.51 Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

News clipping and copy of letter to the editor by Robert Filliou concerning festival.

1963
IV.B.52 Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

News clippings, in Danish (some with English translations possibly by John Hunov).
Accession #s: 00.20

1963
IV.B.53 Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

News clippings, in Danish.
Accession #s: 04.01

1963
IV.B.54 Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

Programs and announcement.
Accession #s: 04.01

1962-1963
IV.B.55* Festum Fluxorum/Musik OG Anti-Musik Det Instrumentale Teater. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. November 23 -28, 1962.

Extensive schedule of works and performers for both concerts in both Copenhagen and Paris annotated by Maciunas. Both manuscript and typescript.
Inventory #s: 04631

1962
IV.B.56 Festum Fluxorum/Poesie, Musique et Antimusique Evenenementielle et Concrete. American Students and Artists Center, Paris. December 3-8, 1962.

Poster/program, with notes on back to Knud Pedersen by Dick Higgins and Alison Knowles and note in Danish (by Arthur Køpcke?). Also includes reproduction of poster.

1962
IV.B.57 Festum Fluxorum/Poesie, Musique et Antimusique Evenenementielle et Concrete. American Students and Artists Center, Paris. December 3-8, 1962.

Photocopy of letter to Allan Kaprow and Florence Tarlow from Dick Higgins and Alison Knowles discussing Fluxus events (1/21/1963) (identical to IV.B.23); reproduction of event poster/program.

1962, 1963
IV.B.58 Festum Fluxorum/Fluxus, Musik Und Antimusik, Das Instrumentale Theater. Staatliche Kunstakademie, Düsseldorf. February 2-3, 1963.

News clippings (original and photocopy); flyer.

1963
IV.B.59 Festum Fluxorum/Fluxus, Musik Und Antimusik, Das Instrumentale Theater. Staatliche Kunstakademie, Düsseldorf. February 2-3, 1963.

Contact sheets of photographs acquired from Manfred Leve, with related correspondence with Hendricks.

1963, 1985, 1999
IV.B.60 Festum Fluxorum/Fluxus, Musik Und Antimusik, Das Instrumentale Theater. Staatliche Kunstakademie, Düsseldorf. February 2-3, 1963.

Hendricks notes and research; photocopies and reproductions of documents and photographs connected to event.

1963, undated
IV.B.61 Festum Fluxorum/Fluxus, Musik Und Antimusik, Das Instrumentale Theater. Staatliche Kunstakademie, Düsseldorf. February 2-3, 1963.

Hendricks notes and research; photocopies of documents, photographs and news clippings connected to event.

1963, undated
IV.B.62 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Contact sheets and photographs made by the collection from negatives by Rolf Jährling.

1963, 1999
IV.B.63 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs made by the collection from negatives by Rolf Jährling.
Inventory #s: 04208

1963, undated
IV.B.64 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs (various sources).
Inventory #s: 02958, 02959, 02960, 02961, 02962, 02963, 02964, 02965, 02966, 02967, 02968, 02969, 02970, 02971, 02972, 02973, 0294, 02975, 02976, 02977

1963
IV.B.65 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs (various sources).
Inventory #s: 02978, 02979, 02980, 02981, 02982, 02983, 02984, 02985, 02986, 02987, 02988, 02989, 02990, 02991, 02992, 02993, 02994, 02995, 02996, 02997, 02998, 02999

1963, undated
IV.B.66 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs (various sources).
Inventory #s: 03266, 03361, 03267, 03268, 03269, 03270, 03271, 03272, 03335, 03336, 03337, 03338a, 03338b, 03339, 03340, 03341, 03342, 03343, 03344, 03348, 03345, 04208

1963, undated
IV.B.67 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs (various sources).
Inventory #s: 03346, 03352, 03347, 03349, 03350, 03351, 03353, 03356, 03354, 03355, 03357, 03358, 03359, 03360, 03363, 03364, 03365, 03366, 03367

1963, undated
IV.B.68 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs (various sources).
Inventory #s: 03368, 03369, 03370, 03371, 03376, 03377, 03372, 03373, 03374, 03375, 03493, 03494, 03495

1963, undated
IV.B.69 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs (various sources).
Inventory #s: 04208, 03496, 03497, 03492, 03504, 03505, 03500, 03501, 03502, 03362, 03503, 03524, 03523, 03521, 03520, 03519, 03518, 03517, 03516, 03513, 03512, 03511

1963, undated
IV.B.70 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs (various sources).
Inventory #s: 03515, 03510, 04208, 03509, 03508, 03507, 03506, 03514

1963, undated
IV.B.71 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs (various sources).
Inventory #s: 04208, 03532, 03527, 03528, 03529, 03530, 03531, 03533, 03534,03535, 03536, 03537, 03538, 03539, 03540, 03541, 03542, 03543, 03544, 03548, 03546, 03547, 03548, 03549, 03550, 03551, 03552, 03553, 03554

1963, undated
IV.B.72 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Contact sheets.

1963
IV.B.73 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs made by the collection from negatives by Rolf Jährling.
Inventory #s: 04208

1963, undated
IV.B.74 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs made by the collection from negatives by Rolf Jährling.
Inventory #s: 04208

1963, undated
IV.B.75 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs made by the collection from negatives by Rolf Jährling.
Inventory #s: 04208

1963, undated
IV.B.76 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs made by the collection from negatives by Rolf Jährling.
Inventory #s: 04208

1963, undated
IV.B.77 Nam June Paik's Exposition of Music and Electronic Television. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. March 11-20, 1963.

Photographs made by the collection from negatives by Rolf Jährling.
Inventory #s: 04208

1963, undated
IV.B.78 Yam Festival/Yamday. New York City and New Jersey. May 4 -19, 1963.

Includes photocopies of program, flyers, mailings, photographs; notes on event and catalogue of items for sale from Backworks (1979).

1963, 1979, undated
IV.B.79 Yam Festival/Yamday. New York City and New Jersey. May 4 -19, 1963.

Event program, with note from Hendricks.
Inventory #s: 05880.1-2

1963
IV.B.80 Yam Festival/Yamday. New York City and New Jersey. May 4 -19, 1963.

Impressions of rubber stamps used for festival.

1962-1963, undated
IV.B.81 Yam Festival/Yamday. New York City and New Jersey. May 4 -19, 1963.

Envelope of "Events;" "Newes papayer" newsletter, 2 copies.

[1962-1963]
IV.B.82 Majudstillingen 1963. Det kgl. danske Haveselskabs Have, Copenhagen. May 18 - June 5, 1963.

Pamphlet, 2 copies.

1963
IV.B.83 Sommerudstillingen 1963/Fluxus Festival/Fluxus-Aften. Tonekunstnerselskab, Copenhagen. June 1, 6-7, and 14, 1963.

Ephemera and news clippings from concert, "John Cage - David Tudor."
Accession #s: 04.01

1963
IV.B.84 Sommerudstillingen 1963/Fluxus Festival/Fluxus-Aften. Tonekunstnerselskab, Copenhagen. June 1, 6-7, and 14, 1963.

Photocopies of documents connected to event.

1963
IV.B.85 Sommerudstillingen 1963/Fluxus Festival/Fluxus-Aften. Tonekunstnerselskab, Copenhagen. June 1, 6-7, and 14, 1963.

Program/pamphlet; text by Arthur Køpcke, in Danish.
Accession #s: 04.01

1963
IV.B.86 Fluxus Festival. Hypokriterion Theater, Amsterdam. June 23, 1963.

Hendricks notes, research and correspondence; photocopies of documents and photographs connected to event.

1963, 1995, undated
IV.B.87 Fluxus Festival. Hypokriterion Theater, Amsterdam. June 23, 1963.

TLS Tomas Schmit - Willem de Ridder (undated), with sketch for festival poster, in German.
Inventory #s: 01363

undated
IV.B.88 Fluxus Festival. Den Haag. June 28, 1963.

Hendricks notes; 2 negatives of photographs from festival for printing used by Maciunas in V TRE no. 6 (1965).

1965, undated
IV.B.89 A Little Festival of New Music. Goldsmith's College, London. July 6, 1963.

Program booklet, 2 copies.
Inventory #s: 04511, 04562

1963
IV.B.90 A Little Festival of New Music. Goldsmith's College, London. July 6, 1963.

Photocopies of documents connected to event.

1963
IV.B.91 Fluxus Festival of Total Art. Nice. July 25 - August 8, 1963.

Programs and announcements, including a certificate by Ben Vautier.
Inventory #s: 05416.1-4

1963
IV.B.92 Fluxus Festival of Total Art. Nice. July 25 - August 8, 1963.

Hendricks notes, research and correspondence; photocopies of documents and photographs connected to event.

1963, undated
IV.B.93 2 Internationale Koncerter for Nyeste Instrumentalteater Og Antiart. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. September 27-30, 1963.

Statement from Eric Andersen describing performances and their planning.

undated
IV.B.94 2 Internationale Koncerter for Nyeste Instrumentalteater Og Antiart. Nikolaj Church, Copenhagen. September 27-30, 1963.

Concert programs.
Accession #s: 04.01

1963
IV.B.95 Blink (exhibition). Rolf Nelson Gallery, New York City. October 7 - November 2, 1963.

Exhibition announcement, 2 copies; "Blink" stamps; news clippings.

1963
IV.B.96 Poesie Et Cetera Americaine. Musee d'Art Moderne, Paris. October 9, 1963.

Event program (28 pages, bound), 2 copies.
Inventory #s: 04523, 04565

1963
IV.B.97 Poesie Et Cetera Americaine. Musee d'Art Moderne, Paris. October 9, 1963.

Event poster; calendar for Paris biennial; photocopies of documents connected to event.
Accession #s: 97.12

1963
IV.B.98 Internationaal Programma Nieuwste Muziek, Nieuwste Theater, Nieuwste Literatur. De Kleine Komedie, Amsterdam. December 18, 1963.

Event program, 4 copies.
Inventory #s: 01498

1963
IV.B.99 Internationaal Programma Nieuwste Muziek, Nieuwste Theater, Nieuwste Literatur. Die Kleine Komedie, Amsterdam. December 18, 1963.

Hendricks notes and research; photocopies of documents and photographs connected to event.

1963, undated
IV.B.100 16th Fluxus Film Festival. Blauwe Zaal, Hotel Krasnapolsky, Amsterdam. February 24, 1964.

Flyer.
Accession #s: 98.03

1964
IV.B.101 Fully Guaranteed 12 Fluxus Concerts. New York City. March - May 1964.

Hendricks notes and research; photocopies of documents and photographs connected to event.

1964, undated
IV.B.102 Realite. Nice. January 24, 1964.

Program, 3 pages, annotated by Ben Vautier.
Inventory #s: 06250.1-3

1964
IV.B.103 Quelquechose. L'Artistique, Nice. March 27, 1964.

Notebook of Ben Vautier.

[1964]
IV.B.104 Quelquechose. L'Artistique, Nice. March 27, 1964.

Notebook of Ben Vautier.

1964
IV.B.105 Quelquechose. L'Artistique, Nice. March 27, 1964.

Photocopy of Fluxus Newspaper no. 3, with photographs of "recent Fluxus concert in Nice" (possibly Quelquechose).

1964
IV.B.106 First Festival de la Libre Expression. American Students and Artists Center, Paris. May 25-29, 1964.

Program (sent to Galerie Parnass) and announcements; photocopies of documents connected to event.
Inventory #s: 06251.1-2, 04510

1964
IV.B.107 Happening by La Troupe Fluxus. LaSalle de USO, Nice. June 20, 1964.

Invitation.

1964
IV.B.108 Fluxus Symphony Orchestra Concert. Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City. June 27, 1964.

Negatives of Symphony no. 2 by George Brecht used by Maciunas in V TRE no. 6 (1965); Hendricks notes and research.

1965, undated
IV.B.109 Fluxus Symphony Orchestra Concert. Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City. June 27, 1964.

"Notice to Fluxus Orchestra Players" by Maciunas, 2 copies; program (complete set on cards) with photocopies and notes by Hendricks.

1964
IV.B.110 Fluxus Symphony Orchestra Concert. Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City. June 27, 1964.

Photocopies of news clippings (in English, Italian and Japanese; other Fluxus events are also discussed).

1964
IV.B.111 Actions/Agit-Pop/De-Collage/Happening/Events/AntiArt/L'Autrisme/Art Total/Reflux Festival der Neuen Kunst. Aachen. July 20, 1964.

Program/publication by Tomas Schmit and Wolf Vostell (30 pages, bound), 4 copies, in German, and English.
Inventory #s: 04537.1-4

1964
IV.B.112 Actions/Agit-Pop/De-Collage/Happening/Events/AntiArt/L'Autrisme/Art Total/Reflux Festival der Neuen Kunst. Aachen. July 20, 1964.

Aachener Prisma no. 1 and 5 (2 copies).
Accession #s: 94.06

1964
IV.B.113 Actions/Agit-Pop/De-Collage/Happening/Events/AntiArt/L'Autrisme/Art Total/Reflux Festival der Neuen Kunst. Aachen. July 20, 1964.

Photocopies and reproductions of documents connected to event.

1964
IV.B.114 Actions/Agit-Pop/De-Collage/Happening/Events/AntiArt/L'Autrisme/Art Total/Reflux Festival der Neuen Kunst. Aachen. July 20, 1964.

Photocopies of documents and correspondence connected to event acquired from Armin Hundertmark.

1964
IV.B.115 Majudstillingen 1964. Charlottenborg, Copenhagen. August 29 - September 13, 1964.

Chronology by Hendricks; ephemera; program.

1964
IV.B.116 Perpetual Fluxfest. New York City. September 18, 1964 - December 19, 1965.

Hendricks research, notes and chronology; 3 negatives of photographs from festival for printing used by Maciunas in V TRE no. 6 (1965); reproductions of documents connected to events.

1964-1965, undated
IV.B.117 Perpetual Fluxfest. New York City. September 18, 1964 - December 19, 1965.

Invitation to Ay-O's Raibow Staircase event; flyers, including for Eric Andersen's Opus 45; photostats for poster text.

1964-1965
IV.B.118 Monday Night Letter. Café Au Go Go, New York City. November 2, 1964 - November 22, 1965.

Includes Peter Moore contact sheet of William Meyer event; flyers, including for Ay-O's Rainbow Events; "The Work of Emmett Williams," photocopy of text.
Inventory #s: 04509, 02152, 02154, 02150
Accession #s: 93.09

1964-1965
IV.B.119 Flux-Festival. Kurzaal, Scheveningen. November 13, 1964.

Includes program, 2 copies (1 copy ALS Arthur Køpcke - Finn Falkersby); account of festival events by A.J. de Swaerte; news clipping.
Inventory #s: 04603, 04604
Accession #s: 96.06

1964
IV.B.120 Flux-Festival. Kurzaal, Scheveningen. November 13, 1964.

"Alarm clocks," flyer distributed during festival, with collection documentation.
Silverman #s: >555.I

1964
IV.B.121 Flux-Festival. Kurzaal, Scheveningen. November 13, 1964.

Hendricks notes and research; photocopies of documents connected to event.

1964, undated
IV.B.122 Flux-Festival Nieuwste en Anti-Muziek-Het Instrumentale Theater. De Lantaren, Rotterdam. November 23, 1964.

Includes Hendricks research; announcement.

1964, undated
IV.B.123 Second Festival de la Libre Expression. American Students and Artists Center, Paris. May, 1965.

Typed account of festival by Farrell (5/26/1965).

1965
IV.B.124 24 Stunden. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 5, 1965.

Contact sheets of photographs by Heinrich Riebesehl (prints in collection).
Inventory #s: 03452.1-24

1965, 1986
IV.B.125 24 Stunden. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 5, 1965.

Flyer for publication, 2 copies, with order form.
Inventory #s: 03442.1-3

[1965]
IV.B.126 24 Stunden. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 5, 1965.

Photocopies of news clippings.

1965
IV.B.127 24 Stunden. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 5, 1965.

News clippings (photocopies of all originals in IV.B.126).
Inventory #s: 03443.1-12

1965
IV.B.128 24 Stunden. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 5, 1965.

News clippings (photocopies of all originals in IV.B.126).
Inventory #s: 03443.13-18

1965
IV.B.129 24 Stunden. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 5, 1965.

Melos Zeitschrift für Neue Music, May 1966.
Inventory #s: 03444

1966
IV.B.130 24 Stunden. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 5, 1965.

"Nichtaufführung (eine folge von aktionen AM publikum)," text by Tomas Schmit.
Inventory #s: 03441

1964
IV.B.131 24 Stunden. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 5, 1965.

Correspondence to Rolf Jährling, including from Tomas Schmit. In German and English.
Inventory #s: 03440, 03445.1-7, 03446, 03447, 03448.1-2, 03449.1-2, 03450.1-6

1965
IV.B.132 24 Stunden. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 5, 1965.

Notes, accounting, and other documents by Rolf Jährling connected to event.
Inventory #s: 03451.1-43

1965
IV.B.133 24 Stunden. Galerie Parnass, Wuppertal. June 5, 1965.

Hendricks notes and research.

undated
IV.B.134 Flux Week. Gallery Crystal, Tokyo, Japan. September 6-14, 1965.

Hendricks notes and research; photocopies of documents connected to event.

1965, undated
IV.B.135 Fluxorchestra at Carnegie Recital Hall. Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City. September 25, 1965.

Program/poster; flyer with "Fluxmanifesto on fluxamusement" (2 copies); advertisement in Village Voice.
Inventory #s: 04522.2, 04522.7

1965
IV.B.136 Fluxorchestra at Carnegie Recital Hall. Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City. September 25, 1965.

Press release (4 copies); Fluxus information sheet with artists, activities, and products; "Fluxorchestra circular no. 2;" annodated draft of press release.
Inventory #s: 04607, 01709, 01042a-b, 01040, 01041

1965
IV.B.137 Fluxorchestra at Carnegie Recital Hall. Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City. September 25, 1965.

Material acquired from La Monte Young, including notes; flyer (2 copies); annotated "Fluxorchestra circular no. 2;" schedules.
Accession #s: 95.09

1965
IV.B.138 Fluxorchestra at Carnegie Recital Hall. Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City. September 25, 1965.

Negative of photograph from festival for printing used by Maciunas in V TRE (1966), with note about Sky Piece from Hendricks; photocopies of documents connected to event.

1965
IV.B.139 Majudstillingen 1965. Charlottenborg, Copenhagen. October 30 - November 14, 1965.

Pamphlet, 2 copies.

1965
IV.B.140 La Table. Nice. March 12, 1966.

Program, 11 pages, 2 copies; contact sheet of event photographs; reproduction of flyer.
Inventory #s: 05420.1-2

1966
IV.B.141 Advanced Art, Akce, Novy Realismus, Happenings, Event. Statni Divadelni Studio-Reduta, Prague. April 5, 1966.

Flyer with insert; Livet i Tjeckoslovakien no. 6 (May 1966), with article on event.
Inventory #s: 02935.1-2

1966
IV.B.142 Musikfestival. Galerie Block Im Forum Theater, Berlin. April 16-17, 1966.

Poster/program mailed as flyer.

1966
IV.B.143 Hi Red Center Street Cleaning Event and Hotel Event. New York City. June 4 and 11, 1966.

Copy of "Fluxclinic record of features and feats" form.
Accession #s: 16.03

1966
IV.B.144 Nobody. Nice. June 16, 1966.

Invitation; photocopy of photograph of Ben Vautier and others participating.
Inventory #s: 05422.1-2

1966
IV.B.145 Destruction in Art Symposium. London. September 9-11, 1966.

Includes announcements, press release, and programs.
Inventory #s: 04608.1-13

1966
IV.B.146 Juxatapositionen 1. Galerie Aachen, Aachen. September 25, 1966.

Poster/announcement.

1966
IV.B.147 Koncert Fluxu. Prague. October 13-14 and 17-18, 1966.

Program; Vladimír Burda, "Happening ve smyčce" in Výtvarna Práce 15 (1968). Note: article was housed with this material but may not relate to event.

1966, 1968
IV.B.148 Koncert Fluxu. Prague. October 13- 14 and 17 - 18, 1966.

Hendricks notes, research, and correspondence; photocopies of documents and photographs connected to events.

1966, 1982, undated
IV.B.149 Le Litre de "Var Superieur" Rouge Coute. Nice. October 26 - November 8, 1966.

Program with scores, 15 pages, by Ben Vautier, with note from Hendricks.
Inventory #s: 04514

1966
IV.B.150 Majudstillingen 1966. Charlottenborg, Copenhagen. October 29 - November 13, 1966.

Pamphlet, 2 copies.

1966
IV.B.151 Fluxus, La Cedille Qui Sourit, Art Total, Poesie, Action. Lunds Konsthall, Lund. March 10 - 12, 1967.

Includes poster, flyer, and notes on performances (possibly by John Hunov?) written on other programs for unrelated events.
Accession #s: 97.12

1967
IV.B.152 Fluxfest. San Francisco. March 31, 1967.

Includes poster, program, flyer and "Fluxticket" by Jeff Berner, Fluxfest pin.
Accession #s: 93.03

1967
IV.B.153 Majudstillingen 1967. Charlottenborg,m Copenhagen. October 28 - November 12, 1967.

Pamphlet, 2 copies.

1967
IV.B.154 A Paper Event by the Fluxmasters of the Rear-Garde. Time & Life Building, New York City. November 15, 1967.

"Preparation and performance schedule," program/supplement, press.

1967
IV.B.155 Concert Fluxus. Theatre Des Cannes, Avignon. March 12, 1968.

Contact sheet of performance photographs, including of Ben Vautier, Serge Oldenbourg, Marcel Alocco, an André Benedetto.

1968
IV.B.156 Fluxus. University of California, San Diego. February 12 - March 22, 1969.

Exhibition poster, schedule of events, mailer for Steve Paxton performance.
Inventory #s: 05884, 05882, 05881

1969
IV.B.157 Fluxus. University of California, San Diego. February 12 - March 22, 1969.

Program and notes by Robert Watts for "Fluxparade" (3/4/1969), one event of the exhibition.
Inventory #s: 05883.1-7

1969
IV.B.158 Fluxus. University of California, San Diego. February 12 - March 22, 1969.

Insurance claims filed by Robert Watts and Barbara and Peter Moore for work damaged during the exhibition, plus related correspondence.
Inventory #s: 05885.1-3

1969, 1971
IV.B.159 Festival Non-Art Anti-Art. Nice? June 1-15, 1969.

Plans for festival by Ben Vautier; reproduction of poster.
Inventory #s: 05463.1-3

1969
IV.B.160 [no title] Series. A 37 90 89, Antwerp. August 3-25, 1969.

Flyer listing events/installations by La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela, Arthur Køpcke, Tomas Schmit, Robin Page, Ben Vautier, 2 copies; documents and correspondence from A 37 90 89.

1969
IV.B.161 Fluxfest. State University of New York, Stony Brook. November 13 - December 12, 1969.

Newsletter by Maciunas with plans for festival (8/18/1969); flyer (undated); photocopies of planning documents; envelope/mailer.

1969, undated
IV.B.162 Flux-Mass and Flux-Sports. Douglass College, New Brunswick, New Jersey. February 16-20, 1970.

Contact sheets of performance photographs and meeting prior to event; reproductions of poster and "Outline of Flux-Mass" by Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 05855

1970
IV.B.163 Fluxfest Presentation of John Lennon and Yoko Ono. 18 North Moore Street and 80 Wooster Street, New York City. April 11 - May 29, 1970.

Press release and program by Maciunas; flyer.

1970
IV.B.164 Fluxfest Presentation of John Lennon and Yoko Ono. 18 North Moore Street and 80 Wooster Street, New York City. April 11 - May 29, 1970.

Contact sheets.

1970
IV.B.165 Fluxfest Presentation of John Lennon and Yoko Ono. 18 North Moore Street and 80 Wooster Street, New York City. April 11 - May 29, 1970.

"Fluxclinic record of features and feats" form; uncut sheets of "tickets."
Inventory #s: 04612, 01716.1-2

1970
IV.B.166 Fluxfest Presentation of John Lennon and Yoko Ono. 18 North Moore Street and 80 Wooster Street, New York City. April 11 - May 29, 1970.

Photocopies and reproductions of documents connected to event.

1970, undated
IV.B.167 Happening & Fluxus (exhibition). Kolnischer Kunstverein, Cologne. November 6, 1970 - January 6, 1971.

Press release; invitation, 5 copies; catalogue from Walther König; exhibition booklet with list of publications; article from Museumjournaal (11/1970), in Dutch.
Inventory #s: 04538.1-5

1970
IV.B.168 Happening & Fluxus (exhibition). Kolnischer Kunstverein, Cologne. November 6, 1970 - January 6, 1971.

Festival (11/6-8/1970) program, 6 copies.

1970
IV.B.169 Happening & Fluxus (exhibition). Kolnischer Kunstverein, Cologne. November 6, 1970 - January 6, 1971.

Description of exhibition and events by Geoffrey Hendricks, 7 pages; ephemera.

1970
IV.B.170 Happening & Fluxus (exhibition). Kolnischer Kunstverein, Cologne. November 6, 1970 - January 6, 1971.

Correspondence to Maciunas from Wolf Vostell regarding the "toilet-trailer," with related documents.

1970
IV.B.171 Happening & Fluxus (exhibition). Kolnischer Kunstverein, Cologne. November 6, 1970 - January 6, 1971.

Film program, 2 copies; statement Geoffrey Hendricks about quince jam for the exhibition, 2 copies. All mailed to Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: 04616

1970
IV.B.172 Festum Fluxorum. Galerie Block Im forum Theater, Berlin. November 14 - 15, 1970.

Flyer; program, 2 copies; photocopies of photographs.
Inventory #s: 02193

1970
IV.B.173 Fluxdivorce. 331 West 20th Street, New York City. June 24, 1971.

Divorce agreement signed by Bibi Forbes and Geoffrey Hendricks; invitation cards; photocopies of documents connected to event.

1971
IV.B.174 Fluxshoe. Multiple venues across England. October 23, 1972 - August 24, 1973.

Photocopy of "Fluxshoe in-formation;" 3 flyers; description ("damage report") from Dick Higgins for performance of Danger Music No. 17; TLS David Mayor - Maciunas (7/21/1973).

1972-1973
IV.B.175 Fluxshoe. Multiple venues across England. October 23, 1972 - August 24, 1973.

Typed copy of report to the Ministry of Culture by Knud Pedersen on Fluxshoe in Oxford, enclosed with TLS Knud Pedersen - Hendricks (4/14/1994).

1973, 1994
IV.B.176 Fluxshoe. Multiple venues across England. October 23, 1972 - August 24, 1973.

1 of 2 folders of "catalogue of items in fluxshow/back-up materials," pp. 1-66.

1972-1973
IV.B.177 Fluxshoe. Multiple venues across England. October 23, 1972 - August 24, 1973.

2 of 2 folders of "catalogue of items in fluxshow/back-up materials," pp. 67-125.

1972-1973
IV.B.178 Fluxshoe. Multiple venues across England. October 23, 1972 - August 24, 1973.

"Fluxus In-formation I," pamphlet by David Mayor; Fluxus West flyer.

1971
IV.B.179 Fluxshoe. Multiple venues across England. October 23, 1972 - August 24, 1973.

"Fluxshoe Add End A," packet of materials produced as documentation for Fluxshoe. Includes description of project, events, and performances; press; posters; works.

1973
IV.B.180 Fluxshoe. Multiple venues across England. October 23, 1972 - August 24, 1973.

"Fluxshoe Add End A," packet of materials produced as documentation for Fluxshoe. Includes description of project, events, and performances; press; posters; works. Note: contents similar, though not identical, to other examples in the collection.

1973
IV.B.181 Fluxshoe. Multiple venues across England. October 23, 1972 - August 24, 1973.

"Fluxshoe Add End A," packet of materials produced as documentation for Fluxshoe. Includes description of project, events, and performances; press; posters; works. Note: contents similar, though not identical, to other examples in the collection; this example appears incomplete.

1973
IV.B.182 Fluxshoe. Multiple venues across England. October 23, 1972 - August 24, 1973.

Materials from "Fluxshoe Add End A."

1973
IV.B.183 Fluxshoe. Multiple venues across England. October 23, 1972 - August 24, 1973.

Photocopies of documents and photographs connected to Fluxshoe, with notes by Hendricks; photocopies of correspondence between David Mayor and George Maciunas.

1971-1973
IV.B.184 Fluxshoe. Multiple venues across England. October 23, 1972 - August 24, 1973.

Photocopies of documents and photographs connected to Fluxshoe events in Falmouth, Exeter, Croydon, Oxford, Nottingham, and Blackburn, with notes by Hendricks.

1972-1973, undated
IV.B.185 Fluxshoe. Multiple venues across England. October 23, 1972 - August 24, 1973.

Invitation to "Opening Events in Fluxshoe by Stephan Kukowski and Adam Czarnowski," multiple copies, from files of Victor Musgrave.
Accession #s: 90.06

[1973]
IV.B.186 Hors Langage. Theatre de Nice. January 26 - February 26, 1973.

Documents, texts, and ephemera from exhibition organized by Jacques Lepage.

1973
IV.B.187 Flux Game Fest. New York City. May 19-20 and 26-27, 1973.

Contact sheets organized by Hendricks.

1973, undated
IV.B.188 Flux Game Fest. New York City. May 19-20 and 26-27, 1973.

Contact sheets organized by Hendricks into "Giante [sic] wheel," "multi skis;" contact sheet by Peter Moore.
Inventory #s: 04527

1973, undated
IV.B.189 Flux Game Fest. New York City. May 19-20 and 26-27, 1973.

Flyers for Flux Game Fest and Flux Vehicle Day.

1973
IV.B.190 Flux New Year Eve - Disguises. 80 Wooster Street, New York City. December 31, 1973.

Contact sheets by Peter Moore.

1973
IV.B.191 Flux New Year Eve - Colored Meal. 80 Wooster Street, New York City. December 31, 1974.

Color slides by Larry Miller; photocopy of Maciunas newsletter.
Inventory #s: 01724

1974
IV.B.192 Flux Harpsichord. 80 Wooster Street, New York City. March 24, 1975.

Photocopies from Archiv Sohm of contents of folder from Maciunas estate, "Flux Harpsichord - 1975."

1975
IV.B.193 Flux Harpsichord. 80 Wooster Street, New York City. March 24, 1975.

Includes program, 3 copies; plans by Maciunas; flyer.
Inventory #s: 04618

1975
IV.B.194 Fluxfest Presents: 12! Big Names. 80 Wooster Street, New York City. April 21, 1975.

Includes flyer and photocopy of slides used.

1975
IV.B.195 Delayed Flux New Year's Eve Event. The Clocktower, New York City. April 18, 1976.

Proposal for event by Maciunas, 2 copies; description of event by Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 05138

1975-1976
IV.B.196 Flux-Tours. New York City. May 1-16, 1976.

Flyer; photocopy of map by Maciunas; photocopies of photos from tour.

1976
IV.B.197 Laudatio Scripta Pro George Maciunas Concepta Hominibus Fluxus. 134 Spring Street, New York City. May 2, 1976.

Invitation to surprise party for Maciunas; photocopy of "party favor" signed by guests (original in IV.B.198).
Accession #s: [89.14]

1976
IV.B.198 Laudatio Scripta Pro George Maciunas Concepta Hominibus Fluxus. 134 Spring Street, New York City. May 2, 1976.

"Flux dollar (party favor)" from "secret banquet" for Maciunas by Bici Forbes, signed by attending artists.
Accession #s: 89.14

1976
IV.B.199 Flux Labyrinth at exhibition New York, downtown Manhattan, SoHo. Akademie der Künste, Berlin. September 5 - October 17, 1976.

Maciunas proposal and plan for 1975 "Flux-maze" at Galerie Block (unrealized); notes for Flux Labyrinth; photocopy of news clipping.
Inventory #s: 04888, 04889

1974-1976
IV.B.200 Flux Labyrinth at exhibition New York, downtown Manhattan, SoHo. Akademie der Künste, Berlin. September 5 - October 17, 1976.

Contact sheets of photographs by Larry Miller.
Inventory #s: 03628, 03649, 03669, 03702, 03986

1976
IV.B.201 Flux Labyrinth at exhibition New York, downtown Manhattan, SoHo. Akademie der Künste, Berlin. September 5 - October 17, 1976.

Photocopies from Archiv Sohm of contents of folder from Maciunas estate, "Berlin - Flux-Labyrinth 1976/Rene Block."

1974-1976
IV.B.202 Flux Labyrinth at exhibition New York, downtown Manhattan, SoHo. Akademie der Künste, Berlin. September 5 - October 17, 1976.

Notes, sketches, and plans by George Maciunas.
Accession #s: 94.18

[1976]
IV.B.203 Flux Labyrinth at exhibition New York, downtown Manhattan, SoHo. Akademie der Künste, Berlin. September 5 - October 17, 1976.

Notes, sketches, and plans by Larry Miller.

[1976]
IV.B.204 Flux-Harpsichord Konzert. Akademie der Künste, Berlin. September 9, 1976.

Program, 3 copies; notes and plans by Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 04496.1-2, 04619

1976
IV.B.205 Fluxfest at And/Or. Seattle. September 24 - October 2, 1977.

"Visa TouRiste," Fluxfest "passport," 2 copies, stamped and with additions.
Inventory #s: 01577

1977
IV.B.206 Fluxfest at And/Or. Seattle. September 24 - October 2, 1977.

"Visa TouRiste," Fluxfest "passport," 4 copies, empty.
Inventory #s: 01577

1977
IV.B.207 Fluxfest at And/Or. Seattle. September 24 - October 2, 1977.

And/Or newsletter, "A Seattle Flux-Fest," discussing possibility of hosting festival; 2 And/Or flyers.

[1977]
IV.B.208 Fluxfest at And/Or. Seattle. September 24 - October 2, 1977.

Contact sheets of photographs from festival, with note to Hendricks from Norie Sato about ordering prints.
Inventory #s: 04621, 04622, 04623, 04624, 04625, 04626,

1977, 1985
IV.B.209 Fluxfest at And/Or. Seattle. September 24 - October 2, 1977.

Photocopies from Archiv Sohm of contents of folder from Maciunas estate, "Seattle Flux-fest, 1977." Includes notes, correspondence, contact sheets.

1977
IV.B.210 Fluxfest at And/Or. Seattle. September 24 - October 2, 1977.

Photocopies of notes by Maciunas; photocopy ALS Hendricks - Silvermans re: a pair of shoes worn by Maciunas at festival (1986); press.

1977, 1986
IV.B.211 New Years Eve Flux Cabaret. 80 Wooster Street, New York City. December 31, 1977.

Sheet of notes by Maciunas; invitation newsletter with note to Arman by Maciunas.

1977
IV.B.212 Flux Funeral for George Maciunas. 80 Wooster Street, New York City. May 15, 1978.

Program and notes acquired from Larry Miller.
Inventory #s: 05325.1-9

1978
IV.B.213 Fluxus concert. The Kitchen, New York. March 24, 1979.

Ephemera.

1979
IV.B.214 Fluxus concert. The Kitchen, New York. March 24, 1979.

Contact sheets of event and after-party photographs.

1979
IV.B.215 Fluxus concert. The Kitchen, New York. March 24, 1979.

Folder of notes acquired from Larry Miller.

1979

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Series V: George Maciunas Papers 1900-2012

These papers mostly comprise material from the estate of George Maciunas, purchased from the estate itself, and from Jonas Mekas, who possessed a large quantity of Maciunas's papers given to him by Maciunas or left at 80 Wooster Street by Maciunas after his permanent relocation to New Marlborough, Massachusetts c. 1976. There is additional correspondence from Maciunas, which was collected piecemeal and assembled by Hendricks, and personal and other materials acquired from Maciunas's family. For more information about the partial acquisition of the Maciunas estate, see the note to subseries VII.E.3: Purchase of George Maciunas Estate. It is not always possible to trace the provenance of each individual item, but such information is recorded when available.

 

Subseries V.A: Correspondence

These subseries contain correspondence from Maciunas to various recipients, both original and photocopy. This material was not part of the Maciunas estate but gathered piecemeal by the Collection, often from the recipients. Photocopies, which also include correspondence from Maciunas, were either sent to or created by the Collection.

Folder Title Date
V.A.1.1 Betty Asher

Concerns orders. Also includes copies of correspondence from Betty Asher to Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 04907, 04908, 04909, 04910, 04911, 04912, 04913, 04914

1966
V.A.1.2 Jeff Berner

Largely concerns Fluxus edition of Cosmopoly, card game by Jeff Berner. This folder also contains note from Jeff Berner to Jon Hendricks.
Accession #s: 89.12

1966-1972, 1989, undated
V.A.1.3 George Brecht

Concerns New Marlborough, Fluxus works, festivals, and "Laudatio Scripta pro George Maciunas Concepta Hominibus Fluxi." Also includes copy of letter from George Brecht to Maciunas and from Maciunas to Stan Vanderbeek about plans for the farm at New Marlborough (undated).
Accession #s: 94.01, 97.06

1976-1977, undated
V.A.1.4 Philip Corner

Mailing with "Flux New Year" confetti.

undated
V.A.1.5 Charles Dreyfuss

Includes mention of "historical boxes."
Accession #s: 01.12

1976-1977
V.A.1.6 Robert Filliou

1 ALS Maciunas - Robert Filliou (undated). Written on back of "Laudatio Scripta pro George Maciunas Concepta Hominibus Fluxi" newsletter.
Inventory #s: 01317

undated
V.A.1.7 Albert Fine

2 ALS Maciunas - Albert Fine about Fluxorchestra and Fluxconcert in Cambridge (9/19/1965 and undated).
Accession #s: 90.14

1965, undated
V.A.1.8 Peter Frank

1 ALS Maciunas - Peter Frank (undated) and 2 notes concerning debts owed.
Inventory #s: 01329, 01328, 01319

1976, undated
V.A.1.9 Ken Friedman

Concerns works, concerts, and events. Includes sketch of Fluxorchestra instruments; "Conditions for performing Fluxus published compositions, films & tapes;" Fluxus letterhead; "Fluxfest kit 2" mailing.
Inventory #s: 01296, 01297, 01298, 01299, 01300, 01301, 01302, 01303, 01304, 01305, 01306, 01307, 01308, 01309, 01310, 01311, 01312, 01313

1966-1967, undated
V.A.1.10 Ken Friedman

Mailing with many Fluxus works, newsletters, edition labels, and ephemera, including V. TRE no. 8 [no. 9], score to Music for Everyman, 1 TLS Maciunas - Ken Friedman.
Inventory #s: 01314

undated
V.A.1.11 Ken Friedman

Mailing with performance photographs and edition labels. Photographs (including of Fluxorchestra at Carnegie Hall and Hi red Center Street Cleaning Event) removed by Hendricks and replaced with photocopies.
Inventory #s: 03218, [03219-03253], 03254, 03255, [03256-03262]

1966
V.A.1.12 Ken Friedman

Mailing with Fluxus works, including stationery and mask. Originally contained posters removed by Hendricks (see note in folder).

undated
V.A.1.13 Ken Friedman

Fluxus edition labels removed from mailing to Ken Friedman from Maciunas ([1973?]) with notes from Hendricks.

undated
V.A.1.14 Toshi Ichiyanagi

1 ALS (12/8/1961) Maciunas - Toshi Ichiyanagi regarding early Fluxus plans.

1961
V.A.1.15 Philip Kaplan

Concerns Fluxus orders.

1963, 1966
V.A.1.16 Milan Knížák

Concerns Fluxus events, festivals, works and other plans. Includes several Fluxus newsletters.
Inventory #s: 01275, 01276, 01277, 01272, 01273, 01274

1966-1975, undated
V.A.1.17 Jaros?aw Koz?owski

Concerns planning of Fluxus events in Poland. Includes "Flux Mail List 1975" and Flux Newsletter (5/3/1975).
Inventory #s: 01668, 01667, 01669, 01670
Accession #s: 89.06

1975, 1977
V.A.1.18 Vytautas Landsbergis

Photocopies of correspondence (originals belong to Vytautas Landsbergis). In Lithuanian.

1965-1967
V.A.1.19 Louis J. Lefkowitz (Attorney General)

Copies of correspondence (from Maciunas 's papers?).

1974-1975
V.A.1.20 Jonas and Adolfas Mekas

Concerns Fluxus events, festivals, works, Fluxhouse Cooperatives and other plans, as well as personal matters. Includes Fluxus News-Policy Letters nos. 6 (4/6/1973) and 7 (5/1/1963); sheet of notes regarding "historical boxes;"maps; discussion of cover designs for Film Culture. Includes other related materials acquired from Jonas Mekas.

1963-1978
V.A.1.21 Jonas and Adolfas Mekas

Concerns Fluxus events, festivals, works, Fluxhouse Cooperatives and other plans, as well as personal matters. Includes other related materials acquired from Jonas Mekas.
Accession #s: 93.01

1961-1972, undated
V.A.1.22 Jonas and Adolfas Mekas

Facsimile of Tentative Plan for Contents of the First 7 Issues, long scroll newsletter (1/22/1962), annotated by Maciunas.

1962
V.A.1.23 Jonas and Adolfas Mekas

Tentative Plan for Contents of the First 7 Issues, long scroll newsletter (1/22/1962), annotated by Maciunas.

Note: Restricted. See previous folder (V.A.1.22) for facsimile.

1962
V.A.1.24 Nam June Paik

Suggestions for Monthly Review of the University for Avant-garde Hinduism, including sketches, mailed to Nam June Paik by Maciunas.
Silverman #s: >240.II
Inventory #s: 01315

V.A.1.25 Knud Pedersen

Mailing with Fluxus works (4/17/1973), including Postman's Choice postcard by Ben Vautier and envelope of scores by George Brecht.
Inventory #s: 04535

1973
V.A.1.26 Knud Pedersen

Mailing with Fluxus works (7/28/1975), including scores by George Brecht and Robert Watts, newsletters, and flyers.
Inventory #s: 04536

1975
V.A.1.27 Knud Pedersen

1 ALS Maciunas - Knud Pedersen (undated) regarding unsold Fluxus items.
Inventory #s: 04915

undated
V.A.1.28 Max Porch

1 postcard Maciunas - Max Porch (undated).
Accession #s: 89.02

undated
V.A.1.29 Harry Ruhé

Mailing of copies of newsletters, press, and other Fluxus material.
Inventory #s: 05149

undated
V.A.1.30 Takako Saito

Concerns Fluxus works.
Inventory #s: 01330, 01331

1977, undated
V.A.1.31 Tomas Schmit

Concerns Fluxus events, festivals, works and other plans.
Inventory #s: 01671-01685

1963, undated
V.A.1.32 Tomas Schmit

Concerns Fluxus events, festivals, works and other plans.
Inventory #s: 01687-01770, [01266]
Accession #s: 92.04

1963-1969, undated
V.A.1.33 Tomas Schmit

Correspondence, newsletters, notes, and other materials sent to Tomas Schmit by Maciunas, including adding machine tape to be used as score for In Memoriam to Adriano Olivetti; letters (copies?) from Tomas Schmit to Maciunas; TLS Dick Higgins - Tomas Schmit (5/21/1965). Also includes program planning notes from Düsseldorf festival (1963).
Inventory #s: 01702, 01703, 11764-11775

1963
V.A.1.34 Paul Sharits

Concerns Fluxus works, concerts, and Fluxhouse Cooperatives. Includes several Fluxus newsletters and other mailings. Also includes copies of correspondence from Paul Sharits to Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 01477-01493, 01664, 01665, 01666

1966-1970
V.A.1.35 Mieko Shiomi

2 ALS George Maciunas - Mieko Shiomi (undated) written on back of Fluxus mailing list and newsletter (5/3/1975). Concerns Spatial Poems, Maciunas's art history chart, and his "combat" with the Attorney General of New York.

1975, undated
V.A.1.36 Ben Vautier

Concerns Fluxus works, concerts, and exhibitions; includes descriptions of Fluxus performance. Also includes copies of correspondence from Ben Vautier to Maciunas, including statement about Maciunas's proposed copyright agreement, and copies of related letters from Dick Higgins.
Inventory #s: 01058-01068, 01102-01106

1964-1966
V.A.1.37 Ben Vautier

Concerns Fluxus concerts and events; includes proposal for New Marlborough Centre of New Art. Also includes copies of correspondence from Ben Vautier to Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 1107-01130

1966-1976
V.A.1.38 Ben Vautier

Mostly Fluxus newsletters; also includes many notes by Ben Vautier.
Inventory #s: 01131-01140

1973-1977, undated
V.A.1.39 Ben Vautier

Concerns Fluxus works, events, and festival in Nice. Includes many Fluxus newsletters.
Inventory #s: 01028-01045

1963-1965
V.A.1.40 Ben Vautier

Includes copies of correspondence from Ben Vautier to Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 01046-01057

1965-1966
V.A.1.41 Robert Watts

Concerns Fluxus works and events and Fluxhouse Cooperatives. Includes Fluxus News Letter No. 5 (1/1/1963) and No. 7 (5/1/1963);"Proposed Graphics Study Program."
Silverman #s: >250, <241.II
Inventory #s: 01001-01015, 00009

1963-1965, undated
V.A.1.42 La Monte Young

"News-Policy-Letter No. 1 " Maciunas - La Monte Young (6/7/1962), with manuscript note regarding inexpensive flights to Europe, 13 pages.

1962
V.A.1.43 La Monte Young

ALS Maciunas - La Monte Young, regarding An Anthology and Fluxus festivals. With notes by Hendricks.
Inventory #s: 01543

ca. 1962
V.A.1.44 La Monte Young

AL Maciunas - La Monte Young (12/10/1962), regarding complete works boxes, with enclosed scores for In Memoriam to Adriano Olivetti (11/8/1962 version) and works from Sanitas by Tomas Schmit (11/1962).
Inventory #s: 01553.1-4

1962
V.A.1.45 La Monte Young

AL Maciunas - La Monte Young (6/27/1962), regarding printing of Fluxus 1; La Monte Young's travel expenses; request for material from Richard Maxfield, John MacDowell, Simone Morris, Bob [Robert] Morris.
Inventory #s: 01554

1962
V.A.1.46 La Monte Young

Correspondence from Maciunas, regarding Composition 1961 No. 2 ("Draw a Straight Line and Follow It"), with Maciunas designs for edition. Includes ALS written on reverse of "Fluxus Newsletter No. 5."
Inventory #s: 01551.1-5, 01550.1-6, 01549, 01552

1963
V.A.1.47 La Monte Young

2 newsletters Maciunas - La Monte Young, "Fluxus News-Policy-Letter No. 6" (4/8/1963) and "Fluxus News-Policy-Letter No. 7" (5/2/1963), with manuscript note on reverse regarding Composition 1961 book.
Inventory #s: 01547, 01548

1963
V.A.1.48 La Monte Young

Correspondence from Maciunas, including regarding editions and An Anthology.
Inventory #s: 01559, 01558, 01557,

1961
V.A.1.49 La Monte Young

Correspondence from Maciunas, including regarding Fluxus festivals and editions, with adding machine tape for In Memoriam for Olivetti enclosed.
Inventory #s: 01565, 01556, 01555.1-4, 01545, 01544

1962
V.A.1.50 La Monte Young

Correspondence from Maciunas, including regarding festivals; editions; toilet paper; "Invitation to Participate in New Year Eve's Flux-Feast (Food & Drink Event);" fluxus mailings.
Inventory #s: 01560, 01562, 01563, 01561, 01568, 01546, 01567

1961-1963
V.A.1.51 La Monte Young

ALS Maciunas - La Monte Young (6/24/1962) on rolled paper, regarding An Anthology, Fluxus festivals, and Maciunas works; with revised "Tentative Plan for Contents of the First 7 Issues" enclosed. Note: Restricted. See previous folder (V.A.1.50) for facsimile.
Inventory #s: 01573

Note: Restricted. See previous folder (V.A.1.50) for facsimile.

1962
 

Subseries V.A.2: Photocopy Correspondence to and from George Maciunas

Folder Title Date
V.A.2.1 Bengt af Klintberg

Correspondence from Maciunas; Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.2 Kuniharu Akiyama

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.3 Albrecht d.

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1972
V.A.2.4 Marcel Alloco

Correspondence to Maciunas.

undated
V.A.2.5 And/Or

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1977-1978
V.A.2.6 Eric Andersen

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.7 John Armleder

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1974
V.A.2.8 Art and Artists (Magazine)

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1972
V.A.2.9 Artons

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1978
V.A.2.10 Betty Asher

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1966
V.A.2.11 Michel Asso

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1966
V.A.2.12 Ay-O

Correspondence from Maciunas.

undated
V.A.2.13 Mary Bauermeister

Correspondence from Maciunas.

undated
V.A.2.14 Peter Below

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1975
V.A.2.15 Jeff Berner

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1965-1966
V.A.2.16 Jeff Berner

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1966-1972, undated
V.A.2.17 Joseph Beuys

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1963
V.A.2.18 René Block

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1975-1976
V.A.2.19 René Block

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1976
V.A.2.20 René Block

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1978
V.A.2.21 George Brecht

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

undated
V.A.2.22 George Brecht

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1965-1976, undated
V.A.2.23 Stanley Brouwn

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.24 Jean Brown

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1974-1976, undated
V.A.2.25 Jean Brown

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1974-1976, undated
V.A.2.26 Tullio Catelano

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1975
V.A.2.27 Gian Carlo Celli

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1967-1968
V.A.2.28 Giuseppe Chiari

Correspondence from Maciunas.

undated
V.A.2.29 Rosanna Chiessi

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1978
V.A.2.30 Daryl Chin

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1975
V.A.2.31 Francesco Conz

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1975
V.A.2.32 Francesco Conz

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1975-1977
V.A.2.33 Philip Corner

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.34 Mike Crane

Correspondence to Maciunas.

undated
V.A.2.35 Willem de Ridder

Correspondence from Maciunas; Maciunas's notes; transcripts.

1963-1965, undated
V.A.2.36 Gino Di Maggio

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1973
V.A.2.37 Gino Di Maggio

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1973
V.A.2.38 Jean Dupuy

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1977
V.A.2.39 Mary Beth Edelson

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1975
V.A.2.40 Robert Filliou

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1967-1976, undated
V.A.2.41 Henry Flynt

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.42 Bici Forbes

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1978
V.A.2.43 Peter Frank

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1977
V.A.2.44 Peter Frank

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1975-1976
V.A.2.45 Ken Friedman

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1966-1973, undated
V.A.2.46 Gallery 669

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1968
V.A.2.47 Ludwig Gosewitz

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1977
V.A.2.48 Raoul Hausmann

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1962
V.A.2.49 Jon Hendricks

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1977
V.A.2.50 Dick Higgins

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1962-1963, undated
V.A.2.51 Armin Hundertmark

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1976
V.A.2.52 Toshi Ichiyanagi

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.53 Mr. Kaplan

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1963
V.A.2.54 Allan Kaprow

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.55 Milan Knížák

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1966-1975
V.A.2.56 Alison Knowles

Correspondence from Maciunas; Maciunas's notes; transcripts.

1971, undated
V.A.2.57 Takehisa Kosugi

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.58 Shigeko Kubota

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.59 Dan Lauffer

Correspondence from Maciunas.

undated
V.A.2.60 Jackson Mac Low

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.61 Leokadia Maciunas

Correspondence to and from Maciunas.

1977
V.A.2.62 Joan Mathews

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1975-1978
V.A.2.63 David Mayor

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1972, undated
V.A.2.64 David Mayor

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1971-1973
V.A.2.65 New School

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1963
V.A.2.66 Claes Oldenburg

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.67 Nam June Paik

Correspondence from Maciunas; Maciunas's notes.

1962-1963, undated
V.A.2.68 Ben Patterson

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1963, undated
V.A.2.69 Giancarlo Politi

Correspondence from Maciunas.

undated
V.A.2.70 Max Porch

Correspondence from Maciunas.

undated
V.A.2.71 Terry Riley

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.72 Harry Ruhé

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1975-1976
V.A.2.73 Takako Saito

Maciunas's notes; correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1977, undated
V.A.2.74 Tomas Schmit

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1963
V.A.2.75 Tomas Schmit

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1963-1964
V.A.2.76 Arturo Schwartz

Correspondence from Maciunas.

undated
V.A.2.77 Paul Sharits

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1966-1970
V.A.2.78 Stuart Sherman

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1977-1978
V.A.2.79 Mieko Shiomi

Correspondence from Maciunas; Maciunas's notes.

1972-1975, undated
V.A.2.80 Hans Sohm

Correspondence from Maciunas.

undated
V.A.2.81 Daniel Spoerri

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1963, undated
V.A.2.82 Yuji Takahashi

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.83 Ben Vautier

Maciunas's notes; correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1963-1965, undated
V.A.2.84 Ben Vautier

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1966-1976, undated
V.A.2.85 Wolf Vostell

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1965, undated
V.A.2.86 Robert Watts

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1963, undated
V.A.2.87 Robert Watts

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1963-1966, undated
V.A.2.88 Mike Weaver

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1964
V.A.2.89 Clemens Weiler

Correspondence from Maciunas.

undated
V.A.2.90 Robert Whitman

Maciunas's notes.

undated
V.A.2.91 Emmett Williams

Correspondence from Maciunas; transcripts.

1962-1963, undated
V.A.2.92 Emmett Williams

Correspondence from Maciunas; Maciunas's notes; transcripts.

1962-1963, undated
V.A.2.93 La Monte Young

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1962-1963, undated
V.A.2.94 Various recipients

Correspondence from Maciunas.

1966-1975
 

Subseries V.B: Working Files

 

Subseries V.B.1: Working Files

These files are comprised of material formerly belonging to George Maciunas, though the archivist cannot guarantee this for every individual item, due to the complex custodial history of the material. This subseries contains 3 types of folders: created by Maciunas, created by Hendricks, and created by the archivist. There is no original order; the archivist arranged these folders alphabetically. This subseries should be understood as a group of original material organized, culled, and used by Hendricks.

Most folders here were created by Maciunas. A large portion of the George Maciunas estate material acquired both through partial purchase of the estate and from Jonas Mekas consists of Maciunas's personal files, envelopes labeled by him and called here "working files." For the most part, Hendricks maintained the contents and internal order of these files; nonetheless, some individual materials were removed and filed elsewhere. These removals are occasionally but not always documented. Most, but not all, folders found empty here can be presumed to have been originally empty. The presence of an original Maciunas "working file" is designated by quotation marks around the folder's title. When a folder's title differs from its contents, the archivist supplied a pertinent title in square brackets in addition to Maciunas's title.

The second type of folder found here contains items from the Maciunas estate foldered and labeled by Hendricks, and inserted into this run of working files. Hendricks's folder titles have been maintained where appropriate, and are not marked by any special punctuation.

The third type of folder found here consists of material gathered by the archivist and inserted into this run, including items misfiled in other parts of the Collection. These folders are indicated by square brackets around the title.

These files contain a great deal of working material: clippings, public-domain images, negatives, photographs, and sketches for Fluxus and other projects. These are organized either thematically or by project. When such working material (mainly negatives, photographs, and labels) was identified as a specific Fluxus work by Jon Hendricks's notes, and found individually, not as part of a grouping, it was transferred to the Museum collection. Researchers wishing to view working material for a specific work should contact the study center of the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books.

Folder Title Date
V.B.1.1 "1250 Box"

Research, notes, working material. (See also: "Historical boxes.")

undated
V.B.1.2 8 O'Clock Art Forums

Flyer.

1970
V.B.1.3 "Ace Space"

1 postcard Ace Space - Maciunas (8/7/1970); newsletters and documents.

1970, undated
V.B.1.4 Ace Space Company

Flyer for SPACE ATLAS, 3 copies.

1970
V.B.1.5 "Ads"

Working material.

V.B.1.6 African Sculpture

1 photograph of mask.

V.B.1.7 [Aktual Art International]

Flyer and photograps from exhibition Aktual Art International, San Francisco Museum of Art (5/2-21/1967), organized by Jeff Berner.

1967
V.B.1.8 "Akumulatory"

Ephemera.

1974-1976
V.B.1.9 "Albrecht, Dietrich"

1 TLS Albrecht D. - Maciunas regarding project for documenta 6. Also includes empty folder ("Albrecht - Dietrich").

1972
V.B.1.10 "All group"

Publications from ALL (musical group directed by Alan Sondheim).

1968, undated
V.B.1.11 [An Anthology] "Misc. texts"

Mechanical (working material) for 2nd edition of An Anthology.

undated
V.B.1.12 An Anthology

1 TLS Richard W. Beebe - Maciunas regarding order (11/17/1971).

1971
V.B.1.13 [An Anthology]

1970 edition.
Inventory #s: 05234

1970
V.B.1.14 "Anatomy"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.15 "Anatomy - negs"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.16 "Eric Anderson" [Andersen]

List of works and ephemera by Eric Andersen (from the artist?), including Archiv Sohm information sheets (for Happening & Fluxus catalogue chronology, 1970).

undated
V.B.1.17 "Eric Anderson" [Andersen]

Works by Eric Andersen.

1968, undated
V.B.1.18 Eric Andersen

Works and ephemera.

1972, undated
V.B.1.19 "Andrul photos"

9 photographs (working material).

undated
V.B.1.20 "Animals"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.21 Anonymous

Unidentified sketches, texts, and correspondence.

undated
V.B.1.22 Anonymous / Portraits / negatives for Fluxus I

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.23 "Apparatus - / Chemical / Mechanical"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.24 "Arc-do Da-a/u delà"

Da-a/u delà magazine, 2 copies.

undated
V.B.1.25* [Architectural drawings]

Drawings by Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.26 [Architectural photographs]

1 of 3 folders. Mostly photographs of European architecture. From a photographic paper box.

undated
V.B.1.27 [Architectural photographs]

2 of 3 folders. Mostly photographs of European architecture. From a photographic paper box.

undated
V.B.1.28 [Architectural photographs]

3 of 3 folders. Mostly photographs of European architecture. From a photographic paper box.

undated
V.B.1.29 Architecture

1 TLS C. Micmaker - Maciunas (3/14/1970).

1970
V.B.1.30 "Architecture"

Working material (original folder missing).

undated
V.B.1.31 John Armleder

1 empty envelope mailed to Fluxus (11/3/1974).

1974
V.B.1.32 "Art & Urban Resources / Clocktower / PS-1"

Ephemera.

1976, undated
V.B.1.33 Art Workers Newsletter

Vol. 1, no. 2.

1971
V.B.1.34 The Arts Council of Great Britain

Exhibition loan request (3/24/1970).

1970
V.B.1.35 "Aspen projects."

Notes, preparations and working material for Aspen no. 8, Fluxus issue of magazine (1970). Includes ALS Ed Ruscha - Dan Graham (4/30/1968).

undated
V.B.1.36 Aspen

Invoice for Maciunas's work on Aspen no. 8, Fluxus issue of magazine (1970).
Silverman #s: 254
Inventory #s: 00571

undated
V.B.1.37 "Aspen - Jackson McLow"

Concerns "Young Turtle Asymmetries," Jackson Mac Low's contribution to Aspen no. 8, Fluxus issue of magazine (1970). Includes copy of work and TLS Jackson Mac Low - Maciunas (11/10/1969).

1969
V.B.1.38 D. Atchley (ace space co)

Mailing to Maciunas from Dana Atchley.

undated
V.B.1.39 "Audiences, crowds, dinners, feasts."

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.40 Avant Garde Festival

Program (1972).

1972
V.B.1.41 "Back of head"

1 photograph (working material).

undated
V.B.1.42 "Backworks"

Accounting; lists of works received for sale.

1976
V.B.1.43 "Bak, Imre"

Works and correspondence mailed to Maciunas.

1974, undated
V.B.1.44 Larry Baldwin

Empty envelope (8/17/1966).

1966
V.B.1.45 "Banana"

Postcards and newsletter from Anna Banana.

1972, 1976
V.B.1.46 banco

1 piece ephemera.

1974
V.B.1.47 "Barbara's cook book"

Working material and recipes contributed by artists for Fluxus cookbook by Barbara Moore. Avquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.48 "Baruchello, Gianfranco"

2 exhibition catalogues.

1968, 1978
V.B.1.49 "Battisti, Carlo"

Ephemera.

1976
V.B.1.50 Carlo Battisti

Ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.51 Beatles

Copy of check to Maciunas from "B/O Beatles & Co" (11/6/1970).

1970
V.B.1.52 Beau Geste Press

Ephemera.

1974, undated
V.B.1.53 "Belgium"

Ephemera from the Galerie Yellow.

1971
V.B.1.54 Peter Below

Mailing to Maciunas, including ephemera and other documents.

1975
V.B.1.55 [Berlin]

Materials related to 1976 trip to Berlin for New York, downtown Manhattan, SoHo exhibition at Akademie der Künste, Berlin. Includes programs and "souvenir trash" (food labels). Acquired from Jonas Mekas.
Accession #s: 94.18

1976
V.B.1.56 "Berlin Trip" 1 of 7

Materials collected during 1976 trip to Berlin for New York, downtown Manhattan, SoHo exhibition at Akademie der Künste, Berlin. Includes notes for "Berlin souvenir box," travel documents, Fluxus concert program (9/3/1976).

1976
V.B.1.57 "Berlin Trip" 2 of 7

Food labels.

1976
V.B.1.58 "Berlin Trip" 3 of 7

Includes ephemera, maps, newspapers.

1976
V.B.1.59 "Berlin Trip" 4 of 7

Material removed from "Berlin Trip" folder. Includes notes on itinerary and accounting; ALS Charles Dreyfuss - Maciunas; Fluxcabinet note.

1976
V.B.1.60 "Berlin Trip" 5 of 7

Material removed from "Berlin Trip" folder. 3 ALS from Leokadia Maciunas.

1976
V.B.1.61 "Berlin Trip" 6 of 7

Material removed from "Berlin Trip" folder. Plans and notes by Maciunas for Flux Labyrinth; TLS René Block - Maciunas (7/7/1976) regarding planning.

1976
V.B.1.62 "Berlin Trip" 7 of 7

Material removed from "Berlin Trip" folder. Notes, program and ephemera for Flux-Harpsichord concert; "was ist wann?" booklet for "Kulturinformationen aus Berlin" (9/1/1976 - 11/31/1976).

1976
V.B.1.63 "Berliner Festspiele"

Correspondence with Maciunas.

1973
V.B.1.64 Jeff Berner

Fold-out, "Anyone whose eyes light upon this image"

undated
V.B.1.65 Jeff Berner

1 TL to Maciunas. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.66 "Jeff Berner"

Correspondence and mailed works.

1966
V.B.1.67 "Jeff Berner"

Correspondence and mailed works.

1965-1966
V.B.1.68 "Beuys, Joseph"

Ephemera.

1970-1971
V.B.1.69 Joseph Beuys

Ephemera.

1970
V.B.1.70 Biographical Data

Curriculum vitae (2 copies) and notes by Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.71 "Black Thumb press"

Ephemera and mailings.

1966-1968
V.B.1.72 "Boat trip - maps / notes - compl."

Planning for world-wide boat trip (possibly "Circumnavigation of the world with 85ft schooner, 1976-80"; see newsletter in V.F.15).

undated
V.B.1.73 Boats

Promotional materials for boats and boat trips.

undated
V.B.1.74 "Boats, airplanes"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.75 "Bodies"

Working material.
Accession #s: 94.18

undated
V.B.1.76 Books

Includes book-of-the-month-club documents.

1970
V.B.1.77 "Bottles"

Working material (original folder missing).

undated
V.B.1.78 [Box of Smile]

Order of materials for Yoko Ono's Box of Smile (1971).

1971
V.B.1.79 "Boxes"

News clipping, "Boxes as Art Form Shown At a Retrospective in Paris."

undated
V.B.1.80 "Boxes, suitcases"

Working material (original folder missing).

undated
V.B.1.81 "Boyd, Donald"

Ephemera.

1976
V.B.1.82 Boynton Studio Shop

Audio equipment circulars.

1970
V.B.1.83 "Brain Fame" ('Brain Frame')

Various documents connected to the Brain Frame Co.

undated
V.B.1.84 "Brecht, George"

Includes "The Brunch Museum;" ephemera.

1971, undated
V.B.1.85 "George Brecht - unused"

Various documents.

undated
V.B.1.86 George Brecht

Exhibition catalogues.

1969, 1973
V.B.1.87 [George Brecht]

1 TLS George Brecht - Maciunas (4/5/1972).

1972
V.B.1.88 Brown University

1 TLS Stewart A. Baker - Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.89 Jean Brown

Notes.

undated
V.B.1.90 "Jean Brown"

Correspondence; "Instructions for visitors to Jean Brown archives" (9/1/1977); notes; sketches; photographs of Jean Brown's house and art storage.

1975-1977
V.B.1.91 [Jean Brown]

1 postcard Jean Brown - Maciunas (8/16/1974).

1974
V.B.1.92 "Brown, Sparky"

Correspondence.

1966
V.B.1.93 "Brown, Trisha"

Chronology; news clippings.

1976, undated
V.B.1.94 Trisha Brown and company

1 flyer.

1974
V.B.1.95 "BT"

Bit magazine (May 1967, no. 2). Features photographs and report on Fluxus "festival of free expression" in Turin.

1967
V.B.1.96 Buildings

Real estate and travel clippings; architecture ephemera.

1971, undated
V.B.1.97 [Burglary Flux Kit]

1 sheet with notes and sketches; label.

undated
V.B.1.98 Eugenia S. Butler (Gallery)

1 flyer.

1967
V.B.1.99 "John Cage"

"Notes on meeting with John Cage concerning G. Maciunas Chart," extensive notes about John Cage's works and career.

undated
V.B.1.100 John Cage

Ephemera.

1971
V.B.1.101 "California, misc."

Correspondence; ephemera.

1970-1973
V.B.1.102 "Calligraphy - Asiatic"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.103 "Canada, misc."

Correspondence.

1972, undated
V.B.1.104 Car

Vehicle permit stub (1976) and automotive parts catalogue.

1971, 1976
V.B.1.105 "Carpets"

1 negative (working material) (for Implosions product?).

undated
V.B.1.106 Luciano Caruso

Ephemera.

1974
V.B.1.107 Tullio Catalano

Booklet with autograph note mailed to Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.108 "Cavellini, G.A."

Photocopies of texts about painters from 25 quadri della Collezione Cavellini.

undated
V.B.1.109 "Cayc"

2 publications by CAYC (centro de arte y communicacion).

1974-1975
V.B.1.110 Cayc

Ephemera.

1973-1975
V.B.1.111 "Giancarlo Celli"

News clipping.

1967
V.B.1.112 Chain letters

Correspondence.

undated
V.B.1.113 "Chart"

Type for the "Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus"

undated
V.B.1.114 "Chart / completed mtl." 1 of 5

Preparatory material for Maciunas's "Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional [sic], Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms." This folder includes correspondence from Per Kirkeby, Eric Andersen, and Arthur Køpcke regarding their own work and Fluxus history.

1966, undated
V.B.1.115 "Chart / completed mtl." 2 of 5

Preparatory material for Maciunas's "Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional [sic], Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms." This folder includes extensive notes, curriculum vitae of Fluxus artists, ephemera, and correspondence.

1971, undated
V.B.1.116 "Chart / completed mtl." 3 of 5

Preparatory material for Maciunas's "Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional [sic], Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms." This folder includes the "Expanded Arts Diagram" from Film Culture - Expanded Arts, no. 43 (1966); notes.

undated
V.B.1.117 "Chart / completed mtl." 4 of 5

Preparatory material for Maciunas's "Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional [sic], Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms." This folder includes ephemera, notes.

undated
V.B.1.118 "Chart / completed mtl." 5 of 5

Preparatory material for Maciunas's "Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional [sic], Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms." This folder includes ephemera, notes.

undated
V.B.1.119 "Chiari, Giuseppe"

Ephemera.

1973-1974
V.B.1.120 Giuseppe Chiari

1 postcard to Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.121 "Christo"

Excerpt from The New Yorker with article about Running Fence (3/28/1977).

1977
V.B.1.122 Christo

1 note from Christo ("merry christmas").

undated
V.B.1.123 Circumnavigation of the globe

1 map sketch.

undated
V.B.1.124 "Citroën"

Photographs.

undated
V.B.1.125 "City - interiors - bldgs."

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.126 "Clockfaces - stat"

Photocopy of working material.

undated
V.B.1.127 "Colored acetate - / sunglasses"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.128 "Concerts 1962-1966"

Ephemera.

1962-1970
V.B.1.129 "Concerts, Events etc."

Includes ephemera from Non-art, Vérité-art, Anti-art Festival.

1969, undated
V.B.1.130 "Concrete poetry"

Includes Les Lettres no. 34 (1965).

1965, undated
V.B.1.131 "Cooper Union - / Furniture."

Working material and typescript, "The Virgin Enthroned, and The Lamb of God with Symbols of the evangelists, A stylistic comparison" by Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.132 Fletcher Copp

1 postcard to Maciunas (6/21/1974).

1974
V.B.1.133 "Cornell, Joseph"

Newsclippings; flyer for films of Joseph Cornell designed by Maciunas.

1975-1976
V.B.1.134 Correspondence

Various mail (including ephemera, bills and junk mail) to Maciunas. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

1974-1975
V.B.1.135 Correspondence

Various mail (including ephemera, bills and junk mail) to Maciunas.

1973-1974
V.B.1.136 [Correspondence]

Various mail to Maciunas.

1973-1974, undated
V.B.1.137 [Correspondence]

Various mail (including ephemera, bills and junk mail) to Maciunas.

1970-1972
V.B.1.138 [Correspondence]

Various mail (including ephemera, bills and junk mail) to Maciunas.

1969-1972
V.B.1.139 [Correspondence]

Various mail (including ephemera, bills and junk mail) to Maciunas.

1970-1972
V.B.1.140 [Correspondence]

Various mail (including ephemera, bills and junk mail) to Maciunas.

1970-1972
V.B.1.141 [Correspondence]

Various mail (including ephemera, bills and junk mail) to Maciunas.

1970
V.B.1.142 [Correspondence]

Various mail (including ephemera, bills and junk mail) to Maciunas.

1970
V.B.1.143 [Correspondence]

Various mail (including ephemera, bills and junk mail) to Maciunas.

1970-1972
V.B.1.144 [Correspondence]

Various mail (including ephemera, bills and junk mail) to Maciunas.

1969-1972
V.B.1.145 [Correspondence]

Various mail (including ephemera, bills and junk mail) to Maciunas.

1971, 1976
V.B.1.146 "Crozier, Robin"

Ephemera; correspondence/mailed works to Maciunas.

1975, undated
V.B.1.147 "Cunningham, Merce"

News clippings.

1977
V.B.1.148* [Curriculum plan]

Large mechanical for academic study plan, designed by Maciunas and Robert Watts.

undated
V.B.1.149 Robert Cyprich

1 TL (7/23/1969).

1969
V.B.1.150 "Dada"

Photocopies of scholarly articles; ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.151 "Daddaland"

Ephemera; publications.

1972, undated
V.B.1.152 Daddaland

Ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.153 "Dance" and "Misc. dance"

Ephemera.

1971, 1976
V.B.1.154 Conrad De Jong

Ephemera.

1974, undated
V.B.1.155 "Decorative"

1 negative (working material).

undated
V.B.1.156 Igor Denyen

Sheet listing hospital fees (2/5/1969).

1969
V.B.1.157 [Peter di Stefano]

Working material; flyers.

1975-1976
V.B.1.158 "Dollar bills"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.159 "Doors"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.160 "Drink labels, cut-outs"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.161 "Duchamp, Marcel"

Ephemera; notes.

undated
V.B.1.162 "Dupuy, Jean"

Includes curriculum vitae, correspondence, ephemera.

1977, undated
V.B.1.163 Bob Dylan

News clipping.

undated
V.B.1.164 "Eames, Charles"

Photocopy of article on Charles Eames mailed to Maciunas by Jean Brown, with note (6/16/1977).

1977
V.B.1.165 "Ears, Noses, Eyes"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.166 [Eastern Europe]

Correspondence from Eastern European artists and others, including Jindřich Chalupecký, Vytautas Landsbergis, and Branko Vučićević. Folder contents from a container marked "E. Europe" by Jonas Mekas, and acquired from him.
Inventory #s: 05239

1965-1968
V.B.1.167 "EAT"

Ephemera.

1970
V.B.1.168 EAT

Newsletter (11/10/1969).

1969
V.B.1.169 Education Machine

2 annotated sheets from Learning Machine. From "Maciunas Pieces."

undated
V.B.1.170 "Lette Eisenhauer"

Includes 1 postcard, [Unknown] Berg - Lette Eisenhauer (1963).

1963, undated
V.B.1.171 "Enemas"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.172 "Engravings"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.173 "Engravings - Military"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.174 "Engravings - negs. / Louis 14 - dinner / Diderot"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.175 "Engravings - portrait"

1 negative (working material).

undated
V.B.1.176 "Enlarged type" and other working material

2 folders housed together. Includes type, other working material, and notes.

undated
V.B.1.177 [Ephemera]

Various.

1968-1974
V.B.1.178 [ESP Event]

Maciunas notes and correspondence for James Riddle's ESP Event (12/17/1965).

undated
V.B.1.179 "Europe - negs."

Photographs and negatives.

undated
V.B.1.180 "F.C. - Exp. Arts Issue"

Working material for the "Expanded Arts" issue of Film Culture (1966).

undated
V.B.1.181 [Face Anatomy Mask] / "Automobile"

1 uncut mask (2 copies transferred to Museum Collection).
Inventory #s: 01608

undated
V.B.1.182 "Faces, people"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.183 Ralson Farina

Flyer.

1974
V.B.1.184 "Fernbach-Flarsheim"

Publication from Carl Fernbach-Flarsheim.

1967
V.B.1.185 "Filliou cards - negs / clock - "

Negatives (working material) for Fluxus works by Robert Filliou.

undated
V.B.1.186 "Filliou, Robert"

Ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.187 Robert Filliou

Ephemera.

V.B.1.188 [Film Culture, "Expanded Arts" issue]

Working material. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.189 Albert M. Fine

Correspondence and mailings, some acquired from Jonas Mekas. Also includes ephemera regarding exhibition of Fine's work in 1991 mailed to Jonas Mekas.

1966-1968, 1991, undated
V.B.1.190 "Flags"

Publication organized by Albrecht D. in support of Jon Hendricks, Jean Toche, and Faith Ringgold after their arrest for flag burning at an exhibition at Judson Memorial Church.

1970-1971
V.B.1.191 "Flash-art - bills / (Multipla)"

Bills relating to the unrealized Fluxpack 3, parts of which were distributed by Multhipla.

1973
V.B.1.192 "Flowers"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.193 "Flux - V TRE etc. / Texts."

Empty folder, with note from Hendricks.

undated
V.B.1.194 Flux Combat Between G. Maciunas & Attorney General of New York 1975-1976

Notes; working material.

undated
V.B.1.195 "Flux-orders & Inquiries - answered"

Includes correspondence from Betty Asher. Original folder missing (contents separately filed by Hendricks; regrouped here).

1966-1968
V.B.1.196 [Flux Stationery]

Examples, news clippings, and advertisements.

1977
V.B.1.197 "Flux-3 originals / mask"

Working material for mask included in Fluxpack 3.

undated
V.B.1.198 "Flux-biographies / originals"

Biographical information on Fluxus artists.

undated
V.B.1.199 "Flux-boxes - future"

Working material; TLS Daniela Palazzoli - Maciunas (3/23/1972).

1972, undated
V.B.1.200 "Flux-chart - work copy" 1 of 2

Folder for " Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional [sic], Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms "
Inventory #s: 05257

undated
V.B.1.201* "Flux-chart - work copy" 2 of 2

" Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional [sic], Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms," annotated by Alison Knowles. Removed from V.B.1.200.
Inventory #s: 05257

undated
V.B.1.202 Fluxclock ideas

Card with notes. From "Maciunas Pieces."

undated
V.B.1.203 "Fluxfest I"

"Fluxfest sale," folded sheet listing Fluxus works and information, 14 copies.

1966
V.B.1.204 "Fluxfest Kit 2"

Original photocopy of manuscript elements. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.205 [Fluxfilms]

Includes receipts, flyer for 1966 screening.

1966, 1970, undated
V.B.1.206 [Fluxhouse Co-operative stationery] / "Newsletters"

Multiple sheets of "Fluxhouse Co-operative 1, 2 & 3" stationert designed by Maciunas, including 7 sheets signed by tenants.
Inventory #s: 05317

undated
V.B.1.207 "Flux-labels - stats"

Working material for labels of Fluxus works.

undated
V.B.1.208 "Flux-objects - past"

1 negative (working material) of clocks (for James Riddle project?).

undated
V.B.1.209 [Fluxpost]

Uncut sheets of Fluxpost stamps, in folder originally labelled "to give to Jeane [sic] Brown."

undated
V.B.1.210 "Fluxproducts 1976"

3 photocopies (working material?).

undated
V.B.1.211 "Flynt, Henry"

Text, "The Russian-Soviet Anti-Art Tradition Will Serve the Working Class!"

undated
V.B.1.212 [Henry Flynt]

Texts by Henry Flynt. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

1971-1975
V.B.1.213 [Henry Flynt]

Flyer for 1972 concert; "Down with Art" pamphlet.

1968, 1972
V.B.1.214 [Food label]

1 can label. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.215 "Foreman, Richard"

News clippings; 1 postcard from Richard Foreman.

1972, 1977
V.B.1.216 "Forti, Simone"

1 announcement.

1976
V.B.1.217 Simone Forti/Peter Van Riper

1 announcement.

1976
V.B.1.218 "Fosils" [sic]

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.219 "Frank, Peter

Text, "New York Fluxus;" 1 postcard.

1976
V.B.1.220 "Friedman, Ken"

Includes flyers and works by Ken Friedman for various events; ephemera.

1976, undated
V.B.1.221 [Ken Friedman]

Includes correspondence.

1968, 1974, undated
V.B.1.222 Friends of New Cinema, Inc.

1 TLS to Maciunas regarding award of filmmaking grant.

1970
V.B.1.223 "Future Flux" 1 of 2

Includes notes, plans, correspondence. Original container missing (contents separately filed by Hendricks; regrouped here).

1976, undated
V.B.1.224 "Future Flux" 2 of 2

Working folder, "Hospital - doctors, Rx / Cancer info. / Medicaid," containing medical bills and correspondence. (This folder likely in original order.)

1978
V.B.1.225 "Future misc. mtls." 1 of 3

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.226 "Future misc. mtls." 2 of 3

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.227 "Future misc. mtls." 3 of 3

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.228 "Future plans → 1981"

Notes; clipped ads.

undated
V.B.1.229 "Future stats & prints"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.230 "Future type"

Working material, including for Film Culture.

undated
V.B.1.231 "Gambling - machines / tables"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.232 "Game boards"

1 negative (working material).

undated
V.B.1.233 "Garage - logos"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.234 "Garnier / concrete poetry"

Typewritten poems.

undated
V.B.1.235 "General Idea"

Includes ephemera, photographs, and other documents.

1970, undated
V.B.1.236 [General Idea]

1 piece ephemera.

1977
V.B.1.237 "Genocide"

Multiple copies of "U.S.A. Surpasses All The Genocide Records - Calculations and References."

[1967]
V.B.1.238 "Germany"

Ephemera.

1968, 1970
V.B.1.239 Jean-Luc Godard

News clipping.

undated
V.B.1.240 Carol Goodden

1 ALS. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.241 "Gosewitz, Ludwig"

Ephemera.

1976-1977
V.B.1.242 Ludwig Gosewitz

Ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.243 "Graffiti"

1 photograph (working material).

undated
V.B.1.244 "Graham, Dan"

Ephemera.

1976
V.B.1.245 "Granada posters"

Working material for Festival de Granada poster, 1967.

undated
V.B.1.246 "Graphic - Screen samples"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.247 "Graphic examples"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.248 "Grilles"

1 photograph (working material).

undated
V.B.1.249 Grinder Chess

1 diagram. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.250 "Klaus Groh"

1 TLS Klaus Groh - Maciunas (4/22/1975). Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

1975
V.B.1.251 "Groh, Klaus"

Ephemera; mailings; correspondence.

1974-1976
V.B.1.252 Klaus Groh

Mailing to Maciunas with various texts and works.

1972
V.B.1.253 "Guarantees"

Guarantees and warranties. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

1971, undated
V.B.1.254 "Guggenheim foundation"

Application for research fellowship ("Diagram of History of the Avant-Garde").

1976
V.B.1.255 "Halloween 1977"

Contact sheets of Halloween party held at New Marlborough. Contains notes by Hendricks identifying participants.

1977, 2012
V.B.1.256 Kevin Harrison

1 sheet of notes regarding work done on Fluxhouse buildings.

undated
V.B.1.257 "Hartung"

Photographs of works by Hans Hartung.

undated
V.B.1.258 Raoul Hausmann

1919 text published as pamphlet by Albrecht D., "was ist der dadaismus und was will er in deutschland?"

undated
V.B.1.259 "Have, Henrik"

Brief texts.

undated
V.B.1.260 "Hendricks, Geoff"

Photographs; correspondence; works; ephemera. Includes Sky Postcards and Fly Kites in Bed (1966) cards by Bici Hendricks.

1966-1976, undated
V.B.1.261 Geoffrey Hendricks

Curriculum vitae; correspondence; ephemera.

1971-1976
V.B.1.262 Jon Hendricks

Note of payment owed by Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.263 Jon and Joanne Hendricks

Announcement for the birth of their daughter, Aurora (9/7/1977).

1977
V.B.1.264 "Hershman, Lynn"

Ephemera.

1976
V.B.1.265 [Hi Red Center]

Working material (photographs of Street Cleaning Event (1966)).

1966
V.B.1.266 "Higgins, Dick"

Ephemera; texts, "i'm tired of being misunderstood" (1976) and "Towards an Allusive Referential" (1977).

1967-1977
V.B.1.267 "Dick Higgins Clown's Way"

Text, "Clown's Way" (1958-1963); "Two Histories and a Manifestation;" 1 postcard (11/14/1968).

1963-1968
V.B.1.268 [Dick Higgins]

Correspondence.

1970-1971
V.B.1.269 E. F. Higgins

1 postcard.

1977
V.B.1.270 "Historical boxes"

Research, notes, working material. Acquired from Jonas Mekas. (See also: "1250 Box.")

undated
V.B.1.271 [Historical chart]

Published manuscript chart mapping the history of Scandinavian, Russian, and Polish peoples, EXTRAIT du Grand Tableau Synoptique de l'Histoire des Peuples de l'Ancien Monde by O.R. Sauter.

undated
V.B.1.272 "Hospitals, doctors / Labs."

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.273 Dom Sylvester Houedard

1 sheet with poems and note to Fluxus.

1964
V.B.1.274* [House plan]

"Plan for an atypical 1900 sq. ft. house," mechanical.

undated
V.B.1.275 [Humber College Ensemble for Experimental Music]

Includes TLS Michael S. Horwood - Maciunas regarding Fluxconcert (12/23/1974).

1974
V.B.1.276 "Hundertmark"

1 flyer from Edition Hundertmark.

undated
V.B.1.277 Edition Hundertmark

Ephemera.

1970, 1974
V.B.1.278 "Hungary"

Portfolio from Hungria 74: muestra presentada por el Centro de Arte y Comunicacion noviembre-diciembre 1974 (Hungary 74: show presented by the Centre of Art and Comunication), organized by Jorge Giusberg.

1974
V.B.1.279 "Hutchins, Alice"

1 postcard (6/11/1976).

1976
V.B.1.280 "Hy Ross - job."

Notes and working material.

undated
V.B.1.281 "IBM - bills & contracts"

Bills and accounting of payments for Maciunas's typewriter.

1968-1970
V.B.1.282 "Icons"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.283 "Image Bank"

Ephemera; mailings.

1971, undated
V.B.1.284 Image Bank

Mailing. Acquired by Jonas Mekas.

1971
V.B.1.285 "Implosions - ads"

Working material for ads for Implosions tattoos.

undated
V.B.1.286 [Implosions]

Working material, including for tattoos and stick-ons.

undated
V.B.1.287 "Implosions - Aprons"

Working material. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.288 "Implosions - misc"

1 negative (working material). Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.289 [Information]

1 TLS Kynaston McShine - Maciunas rearding showing Fluxfilms at MoMA exhibition; press release.

1970
V.B.1.290 "Insects"

Working material and notes (for Implosions products?).

undated
V.B.1.291 "Iris - Finnish mag."

2 issues of Iris magazine (nos. 8 and 9).

1970
V.B.1.292 "Italy"

Concert and performance ephemera.

1953, 1971, undated
V.B.1.293 "Japanese- misc."

1 TLS Kanji Wakae - Maciunas with World Map postcard.

1976
V.B.1.294 "Johnson, Ray"

News clipping; ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.295 "Judson Gallery"

Manipulation, "a Judson publication," edited by Jon Hendricks.

1967
V.B.1.296 H. W. Kalkmann

1 mailing to Maciunas (5/6/1971).

1971
V.B.1.297 "Kaprow, Allan"

Texts, "A Selection of Recent Happenings;" "CALLING: A Happening for performers only."

1965, undated
V.B.1.298 "Kaprow, Allan"

Curriculum vitae.

undated
V.B.1.299 "Kaprow - posters"

1 poster.

undated
V.B.1.300 Peter Kennedy

1 newsletter (mailed 5/25/1974).

1974
V.B.1.301 [Kimax]

Catalogues for laboratory glassware.

1964, 1967
V.B.1.302 "Knižak [Knížák] - veloxes"

Working material (photographs of performances in Prague by Milan Knížák).

undated
V.B.1.303 "Knižak [Knížák], Milan"

Includes ephemera; Aktual Schmuck published by Beau Geste press (1974); book concerning the artist's arrest (1972).

1970-1974
V.B.1.304 "Milan [Knížák] Knižak"

Correspondence.

1966, undated
V.B.1.305 "Milan Knižak [Knížák] / Aktual Community"

1 text, "Aktual Community" by Milan Knížák.

undated
V.B.1.306 "Knowles, Alison"

Ephemera; correspondence; Journal of the Identical Lunch (1971).

1971, 1976, undated
V.B.1.307 "Kolář, Jiří"

1 portfolio of poems by Jiří Kolář, "Evidentní Básnĕ."

undated
V.B.1.308 "Jiri Kolar - xeroxes"

Photocopies (by Maciunas) of works by Jiří Kolář.

undated
V.B.1.309 "Köln show"

Correspondence, notes, and documentation related to the Happening & Fluxus exhibition organized by Hans Sohm and Harald Szeemann at Kölnischer Kunstverein, 1970.

1970
V.B.1.310 Richard Kostelanetz

Includes copyright permission form.

1973, undated
V.B.1.311 Karen Kozlow

1 piece ephemera.

1969
V.B.1.312 "Kozlowski"

Works, mailings, and booklets from Jaros?aw Koz?owski. Includes "REALITY" (1972), "GRAMMAR" (1973) and "language / j?zyk" (1972).

1972-1973
V.B.1.313 "Kozlowski, Jaroslaw"

Booklet, "A, B" (1971); ephemera.

1971-1974
V.B.1.314 "Kraus, R."

3 brief texts.

undated
V.B.1.315 Kunsthistorisch Instituut der Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht

1 TLS F. Haks - Maciunas (3/3/1971).

1971
V.B.1.316 La Bertesca

Ephemera.

1974
V.B.1.317 "Labels - future"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.318 "Labels - originals"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.319 "Labels, letterheads"

1 negative for "Almus Enterprises" label.

undated
V.B.1.320 Dan Lauffer

1 holiday card.

undated
V.B.1.321 Victor Lazzaro

2 postcards.

1954, undated
V.B.1.322 Jean Le Gac

1 piece ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.323 [John Lennon]

1 color slide of Jonas Mekas at Everson Museum, in envelope with note: "From John Lennon to George Maciunas."

undated
V.B.1.324 John Lennon and Yoko Ono

1 postcard addressed to John & Yoko Lennon by Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.325 "Letterhead - Moore"

Letterhead designed by Maciunas for Peter Moore.

undated
V.B.1.326 "Letterheads"

Negative of film reel (working material).

undated
V.B.1.327 "Letterheads - Almus"

Letterhead designed by Maciunas for the American Lithuanian Foundation.

undated
V.B.1.328 "Lettering - cut-outs"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.329 "Lettrism"

Ephemera; magazine clipping.

1966-1967
V.B.1.330 Lotta Poetica

No. 15-16.

1972
V.B.1.331 "Machines"

Includes working material for Film Culture, including "film & optic equipment" and "engravings - film equipment."

undated
V.B.1.332 [Leokadia Maciunas]

1 postcard (6/21/1963). In Lithuanian.

1963
V.B.1.333 "Iiain McM. [Iain MacMillan] floors etc"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.334 "Mail order art"

Newsletter.

undated
V.B.1.335 "Mari guitar book"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.336 E. & O. Mari

1 TLS Daniel Mari - Maciunas regarding Viola D'Amore book (6/8/1970).

1970
V.B.1.337 Math puzzle

1 sheet of notes by Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.338 "Joan Mathews"

Ephemera; sketches; working material.

1976, undated
V.B.1.339 Joan Mathews

ALS (notecard) Joan Mathews - George Maciunas (undated); "PEACE" drawing by Joan Mathews (1967).

1967, undated
V.B.1.340 "Mathieu"

Photographs of works by Georges Mathieu.

undated
V.B.1.341 "Mayor, David"

1 artist's book, autobook.(preface)(text).

1971
V.B.1.342 Mead Papers

TLS Michael A Schlacht (Mead Papers) - Maciunas (8/14/1964) re: exhibition of A.G. letterhead designed by Maciunas.

1964
V.B.1.343 "Mekas, Jonas"

1 news clipping.

1976-1977
V.B.1.344 [Jonas Mekas]

Invitation to the wedding of Jonas Mekas and Hollis Melton, includes photograph.

undated
V.B.1.345 "Mercato del Sale"

Ephemera.

1975
V.B.1.346 "Miniature books for Flux-book in varnish"

2 small books (working material, possibly for Fluxbook by Jeff Berner).

undated
V.B.1.347 "Mirrors / venetian blinds"

Working material (Peter Moore photographs).

undated
V.B.1.348 "Misc."

Various working material.

undated
V.B.1.349 "Misc."

Correspondence; ephemera.

1974, undated
V.B.1.350 "J.C. Moineau"

Works; ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.351 "Money - bill patterns / borders"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.352 "Monty Python"

News clipping.

1976
V.B.1.353 Peter Moore

Publicity brochure for Photomethods.

1976
V.B.1.354 "Morris, Bob"

News clipping.

undated
V.B.1.355 Robert Morris

"Texts" folder (working material) and other working material identified by Hendricks.

undated
V.B.1.356 "Mount repros on wd."

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.357 Multiples

Ephemera; news clipping.

undated
V.B.1.358 "Music instr. - negs / Strings, etc. / Mari."

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.359 "Music scores"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.360 "Nakajima, Yoshio"

Correspondence, mailings, and ephemera.

1968-1972
V.B.1.361 "Neg - / Paik - / Phantom of Opera / Spike-Jones"

Working material for flyer for Nam June paik concert.

undated
V.B.1.362 "Nespolo, Ugo"

1 catalogue.

1968
V.B.1.363 Max Neuhaus

1 piece ephemera.

1974
V.B.1.364 "New Labels"

Working material for Orifix Flux Plugs by Larry Miller (original folder missing).

undated
V.B.1.365 "New products"

Includes working material.

undated
V.B.1.366 "New Stamps"

Includes 1 sheet of Fluxpost stamps (Aging Men); working material.

undated
V.B.1.367 "Nijole - stationery, jobs"

1 envelope designed by Maciunas for his sister, Nijole Valaitis. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.368 "Nijole's Flower"

Working material for announcement of opening of Nijole Valaitis's flower shop. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.369 "N.W mounted Valise"

Various other documents from the Northwest Mounted Valise.

undated
V.B.1.370 "N.W mounted Valise / Stuart Horn"

Various other documents from the Northwest Mounted Valise.

undated
V.B.1.371 [Note]

Note by Maciunas, possibly for planning of Perpetual Fluxfest (1964-1965).

undated
V.B.1.372 "Numbers"

Working material, including for Mikeo Shiomi's Spatial Poem No. 3.

undated
V.B.1.373 NYCS Weekly Breeder

Mailing from the Institute of Temporary Art (4/8/1972).

1972
V.B.1.374 "Old labels - negs"

Labels and working material for Deck and Games and Puzzles by George Brecht. Folder also includes photographs of these works created by the Silverman Collection.

undated
V.B.1.375 Yoko Ono

Includes working material removed from other folders (identified).

undated
V.B.1.376 "Optics"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.377 Judy Padow

1 piece ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.378 [Daniela Palazzoli]

1 photograph of Daniela Palazzoli with Fluxus products; 1 notecard (1965-1966).

1965-1966
V.B.1.379 Paper samples

Various types of paper.

undated
V.B.1.380 "Parachute Center"

Ephemera.

1976
V.B.1.381 "Past flux-objects / Veloxes"

1 photograph (working material).

undated
V.B.1.382 "Past labels - negs"

Empty folder, with note from Hendricks.

undated
V.B.1.383 "Past personal bills / Flux-bills"

Receipts and bills.

1967-1968
V.B.1.384 "Past stamp mtl."

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.385 "Past. misc. mtl."

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.386 "Patterns - textures - negs"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.387 Knud Pedersen

"The Copenhagen Museum of Modern Legislation List of Septemer to December 1974," mailed to Fluxus (2/22/1977).

1974/1977
V.B.1.388 "Peter's contacts / Yoko's fest / New Years / Mass"

Contacts by Peter Moore of various Fluxus events, including Hi Red Center events and photograph of and note by Hendricks.

1969-1970
V.B.1.389 [Photocopies of calendar entries]

Photocopies of entries from Maciunas's calendar.

undated
V.B.1.390 "Photos of self"

Photographs of Maciunas.

1975-1976, undated
V.B.1.391 "Photos to screen."

2 publications on photographic and text printing.

1975-1976
V.B.1.392 "Pics. Transport. / Vehicles"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.393 Howardena Pindell

1 piece ephemera.

1976
V.B.1.394 Joe Pinelli and Barbara Ringselle

Correspondence to Maciunas.

1970
V.B.1.395 "Playing cards 1978"

Contact sheets by Peter Moore for Fluxus deck of cards. Contains notes by Hendricks identifying participants.

1978, 2012
V.B.1.396 "Playing-cards / Hands"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.397 "Pointing Finger"

Working materials for Direction by George Brecht.

undated
V.B.1.398 "Portraits"

Photographs, including of John Cage, Yoko Ono, and Leokadia Maciunas.
Accession #s: 94.18

undated
V.B.1.399 "Portraits"

Photographs; working material, including for Fluxus I.
Accession #s: 94.18

undated
V.B.1.400 "Postcards"

Photocopy of postcard work by Ben Vautier (1965).

1965
V.B.1.401 "Poster - mechanicals / Paik / Films"

1 unidentified performance photograph.

undated
V.B.1.402 "Posters - / carpenter's phrenology"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.403 "Posters - historical"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.404 "Posters, wallpaper - past"

Working material for Fluxwallpaper by Yoko Ono.

undated
V.B.1.405 Yvonne Rainer

1 piece ephemera.

1970
V.B.1.406 "Ray, Man"

1 piece ephemera.

1971
V.B.1.407 [Receipts]

Includes for Aspen magazine.

1968-1973
V.B.1.408 "Recent bills - paid"

Receipts and invoices (original folder missing). Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

1975, undated
V.B.1.409 "Recent Flux Plans"

Includes notes, working material.

Note: the contents of this folder were originally contained in V.C.7.

1970, undated
V.B.1.410 Restaurants & Hotels

Brochures.

undated
V.B.1.411 Jock Reynolds

1 piece ephemera (designed by Maciunas?).

undated
V.B.1.412 "Rinke, Klaus"

1 piece ephemera.

1975
V.B.1.413 Myron Rosenblum

1 TLS to Maciunas regarding "Viola d'amore" book with Daniel Mari (11/28/1969).

1969
V.B.1.414 Audrey Sabol

Press release from Arts Council Gallery, Philadelphia with note to Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.415 Santa Cruz / "S. Simon section"

Notes, working material, photographs, letters to Sidney Simon from students. Material in Santa Cruz folders relates to a proposal for an education study by Sidney Simon with Maciunas as designer of the published Carnegie report. Note: see also V.C.20.

Note: see also V.C.20.

1969, undated
V.B.1.416 Santa Cruz / "Calif. job"

"Proposed graphic study program," prospectus by George Maciunas. Note: this prospectus was likely not part of Sidney Simon's project but rather an independent project by Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.417 Santa Cruz / "Pict. mtl."

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.418 Santa Cruz / "Santa Cruz - bills / time sheets / checks"

Includes TLS Gutrdon Woods - Maciunas (12/9/1969).

1969
V.B.1.419 Santa Cruz / "T. Carpenter - repros."

Mock-up of report.

[1969]
V.B.1.420 Santa Cruz / "Gen. Texts - Notes"

Notes and working material for report; correspondence.

1969
V.B.1.421 "Santa Cruz - posters"

Working material and notes.

undated
V.B.1.422 Sarenco

1 piece ephemera.

1970
V.B.1.423 "Scanga, Italo"

1 piece ephemera.

1972
V.B.1.424 Wim T. Schippers

1 piece ephemera.

1963
V.B.1.425 "Schmit, Tomas"

DAS UCH DER B/ THE OOK OF B(3/25/1966, "no. 4 (english) given to george maciunas").

1966
V.B.1.426 "School, study, kids"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.427 "Schuldt"

Ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.428 Scientific Instruments

Laboratory equipment catalogues.

1971
V.B.1.429 "Scores + texts - negs"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.430 Sex

1 clipping (working material).

undated
V.B.1.431 Edward Sherbeyn Gallery

1 TL (10/14/1970).

1970
V.B.1.432 "Sherman, Stuart"

1 sheet of notes.

undated
V.B.1.433 "Shiomi - later poems"

Spatial Poem nos. 5 ("open event"), 7 ("sound event"), and 9 ("disappearing event") by Mieko Shiomi.

1972-1975
V.B.1.434 "Shiomi - no 3."

ALS Chieko Shiomi - Maciunas (undated) regarding Spatial Poem No. 3; "reports" from various individuals for the piece, including from Maciunas and Milan Knížák.

undated
V.B.1.435 "Shiomi no. 4"

Working material and performance descriptions from participants for Mieko Shiomi's Spatial Poem No. 4 (Shadow Event)

1971-1972
V.B.1.436 "Shirt-fronts"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.437 Gianni-Emilio Simonetti

Ephemera.

1975
V.B.1.438 "Simonetti, G.E."

Ephemera.

1966-1969
V.B.1.439 "Sky, clouds"

1 photograph (working material), used for Flux Time Kit by Robert Watts. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.440 "Smiles for machine"

Working material for Flux Smile Machine.

undated
V.B.1.441 Jack Smith

1 piece ephemera.

1974
V.B.1.442 Something Else Press

Ephemera.

1973-1974, undated
V.B.1.443 Sonsbeek 1971

Ephemera; Maciunas's payment for participation in film program.

1971
V.B.1.444 [Source material]

Images. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.445 Daniel Spoerri

Ephemera, including for exhibitions at Eat Art Gallery.

1970-1971
V.B.1.446 "Spoerri"

Ephemera, including for exhibitions at Eat Art Gallery.

1970-1971
V.B.1.447 "Stamps & postcards"

Related ephemera.

1974-1976
V.B.1.448 "Stationery - future"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.449 "Stationery - GM."

Multiple sheets of George Maciunas stationery.

undated
V.B.1.450 "Stationery - other"

2 sheets of stationery designed for Stan Van der Beek.

undated
V.B.1.451 "Stationery - past"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.452 "Stats - anatomy"

Working material.

V.B.1.453 "Stats - music"

Working material (original folder missing). Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.B.1.454 "Stats + films"

Working material for Fluxus labels (original folder missing).

undated
V.B.1.455 "Stats + photos to use"

1 photograph (working material).

undated
V.B.1.456 "Steel yacht"

Yacht catalogue; notes and design for boat by Maciunas; related correspondence.

1973
V.B.1.457 "Stencil type"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.458 ["Stop the war" prototype]

Unique prototype.

undated
V.B.1.459 "Street musicians, / Road show / gypsies."

1 photograph (working material).

undated
V.B.1.460 Sun, Moon, Tides

1 clipping (working material).

undated
V.B.1.461 "Swimming, water"

1 negative (working material).

undated
V.B.1.462 "Tabletops, tablecloths"

Working material, including for Cluttered Desk Table Top by Peter Moore and Robert Watts and work by James Riddle.

undated
V.B.1.463 "Tag-sale posters"

Multiple copies of "Tag & Antique sale" flyer designed by Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.464 "Takis"

1 piece ephemera.

1968
V.B.1.465 "Tarr, Bill. IFA."

Includes "Ideas for artists."

1970-1975
V.B.1.466 "Textures - clouds."

Working material.
Accession #s: 94.18

undated
V.B.1.467 [Bill Thom[e]?]

1 ALS to Maciunas.

undated
V.B.1.468 "Tobas, Christian"

Working material?

undated
V.B.1.469 Toilet thoughts

1 news clipping, "Japan Returns to Regularity."

undated
V.B.1.470 "Tomshinsky"

Ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.471 "Tortures"

Working material; sketch.

undated
V.B.1.472 [Endre Tt]

1 TLS (artwork) to Maciunas (4/12/1973).

1973
V.B.1.473 Travel

Brochures.

1971
V.B.1.474 [Travel photographs]

2 contact sheets of photographs by Maciunas, primarily of architecture in Europe.

undated
V.B.1.475 TV

1 news clipping.

undated
V.B.1.476 Type - Letraset

Catalogue.

1971
V.B.1.477 "Type strips - negs"

Working material for Ben Vautier works.

undated
V.B.1.478 [U.S.A. Surpasses All The Genocide Records]

Notes for "U.S.A. Surpasses All The Genocide Records."

undated
V.B.1.479 "Ulrich, Timm"

Ephemera.

1970-1971
V.B.1.480 "Uncle Don"

2 artists' books, 1 piece ephemera.

1976, undated
V.B.1.481 [Unidentified photographs]

Contact sheets, possibly for Fluxus deck of cards (see "Playing cards 1978") taken at New Marlborough. Contains notes by Hendricks identifying participants.

undated, 2012
V.B.1.482 Unpublished Editions

Dick Higgins catalogue.

1977
V.B.1.483 "Valock, Jiří"

Works and correspondence mailed to Maciunas; ephemera.

1966-1969
V.B.1.484 Peter M. Van Beveren

Correspondence.

1973-1974
V.B.1.485 "Peter van Beveren"

Correspondence.

1973-1975
V.B.1.486 Various

Includes working material, ephemera, and collection notes. This group of material may be from a drawer in Maciunas's cabinet.

undated
V.B.1.487 Various

Includes working material.

undated
V.B.1.488 [Various correspondence, notes, and other]

Note: this material was not originally housed together.

undated
V.B.1.489 [Various working material]

Children; mask; film still.

undated
V.B.1.490 [Various working material]

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.491 [Ben Vautier]

1 postcard (11/2/1972) and 1 TLS (9/23/1972).
Inventory #s: 05457, 05458

1972
V.B.1.492 William Vazan

"World Line."

1971
V.B.1.493 "Vice versand / Wolf. Feelisch"

Ephemera; correspondence from Wolfgang Feelisch.

undated
V.B.1.494 "Vietnam - negs"

Working material

V.B.1.495 "Wolf Vostell"

Ephemera.

1966-1967, undated
V.B.1.496 Wolf Vostell

1 piece ephemera.

1971
V.B.1.497 "V-TRE no. 9 photos negs / Yoko - Flux"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.498 "Wall pictures"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.499 Andy Warhol

1 piece ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.500 "Watts - foods"

Photocopy of drawing for Chrome Swiss Cheese (1964). Original elsewhere.

1964
V.B.1.501 "Watts - parade menu. / Flip book / Masks" and "Watts - masks"

Includes photographs of the Fur Family; notes by Robert Watts; . Acquired from Jonas Mekas.
Accession #s: 90.02

undated
V.B.1.502 "Watts - Pop"

"Addendum to Pop-1964," exhibition statement and related documents.

1971
V.B.1.503 "Watts chart"

Fold-out "guide for curriculum plan" by Maciunas and Robert Watts.

undated
V.B.1.504 "Watts chart negs and prints"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.505 Robert Watts

1 piece ephemera.

1973
V.B.1.506 "Bob Watts school"

"Prospectus: The Fur Family," multiple copies.

undated
V.B.1.507 [Robert Watts]

1 postcard (5/9/1972) and 1 ALS (8/2/1973) Robert Watts - Maciunas.

1972-1973
V.B.1.508 "Watts, Bob"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.509 [Robert Watts]

4 negatives (working material) for a placemat work (Implosions?), with note from Robert Watts to Maciunas.
Accession #s: 94.18

undated
V.B.1.510 Robert Watts - Ladder wallpaper

Working material and notes for Robert Watts work. From box labelled "Flux 3."
Inventory #s: 05714, 05715

[ca. 1972]
V.B.1.511 "Wedding"

Contact sheets by Peter Moore of Maciunas and Billie Hutching. Contains notes by Hendricks identifying events and participants. Also includes 3 sheets of notes in unidentified hand, "For Flash Art."

1978, 2012
V.B.1.512 "Weiner, Lawrence"

1 piece ephemera.

1976
V.B.1.513 Whitney Museum of American Art

1 TLS David Bienstock - Maciunas regarding Fluxfilms (11/3/1970).

1970
V.B.1.514 [Will]

Photocopy (by Maciunas?) of "Last will dated Jan 9. 1978."

1978
V.B.1.515 "Williams, Emmett"

Six Variations on a Spoerri Landscape (1973); German version of An Opera with note to Maciunas from Emmett Williams; 1 piece ephemera.

1962, 1973, undated
V.B.1.516 "Yacht - Barbara & other summer trips"

Includes "Newsletter on Sailing Trip; notes; maps.
Silverman #s: 296
Inventory #s: 05166

1975, undated
V.B.1.517 "Yoko's pic. clock / Boats / Airplanes"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.518 La Monte Young

Various documents, including "the Ballad of the Tortoise or PIERCED EARRINGS;" letter in support of Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 05240.1-3

1965, 1978, undated
V.B.1.519 "Young, La Monte"

1 piece ephemera.

undated
V.B.1.520 La Monte Young

1 piece ephemera.

1969
V.B.1.521 "Yugoslavia"

1 piece ephemera.

1968
V.B.1.522 "ZAJ - programs" 1 of 2

Ephemera.

1965-1969
V.B.1.523 "ZAJ - programs" 2 of 2

Ephemera.

1965-1969
V.B.1.524 "ZAJ - scores"

Works and ephemera.

1965-1967
V.B.1.525 "ZAJ xeroxes"

Photocopies (by Maciunas) of items in "ZAJ - scores."

undated
V.B.1.526 "Zazeela patterns"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.527 "Marian Zazeela"

Working material.

undated
V.B.1.528 [Empty folders]

Working folders found empty.

undated
 

Subseries V.B.2: Working Files Acquired from Nijole Valaitis

This subset of working files was acquired from Nijole Valaitis, Maciunas's sister. The archivist maintained the order in which they were found.

Folder Title Date
V.B.2.1 "Original By-Laws"

By-laws of Good Deal Realty Corp.

1973
V.B.2.2 "Good Deal / Certif / Receipt / Stocks"

Checks, correspondence, other documentation related to the Fluxhouse Co-operatives.

1975
V.B.2.3 New Marlborough property file

Includes notes and correspondence regarding Maciunas's purchase of the farmhouse at New Marlborough.
Inventory #s: 05201

1978, undated
V.B.2.4 "Other islands"

Includes notes, correspondence and brochures regarding islands for sale.
Inventory #s: 05202

1968-1972
V.B.2.5 "Mortgage"

Regards mortgages for Fluxhouse Co-operatives at 491 Broadway and 141 Wooster.
Inventory #s: 05203

1975
V.B.2.6 "New Marlborough. originals"

Includes "Prospectus for New Marlborough Centre for the Arts."
Inventory #s: 05204

1977
V.B.2.7 "Finances"

Notes.
Inventory #s: 05205

1975, undated
V.B.2.8 "Nijole shop 1977"

Working material for announcement and notes and plans for design of Nijole Valaitis's flower shop.
Inventory #s: 05206

1977
V.B.2.9 New Marlborough

Includes correspondence, notes, and real estate agreements regarding the farm at New Marlborough. Note: this folder includes material from after Maciunas's death.
Inventory #s: 05207

1978
V.B.2.10 "Dantonas"

Working material and stationery for Dantonas Signature Lighting Ltd.; related notes and correspondence.
Inventory #s: 05208

1977
V.B.2.11 "141 Woost. letters"

Correspondence relating to the Fluxhouse Co-operatives.
Inventory #s: 05209

1975-1976
V.B.2.12 "141 W. Store"

Lease and related correspondence for store at 141 Wooster st.
Inventory #s: 05210

1970-1975
V.B.2.13 New Marlborough Farm

Real estate documents.
Inventory #s: 05211

1976
V.B.2.14 [Correspondence]

Copy of unidentified letter in Lithuanian.
Inventory #s: 05212

undated
V.B.2.15 New Marlborough Farm

Includes photographs, related documents,
Inventory #s: 05213

undated
V.B.2.16 "New Marlboro - copies"

Notes; maps.
Inventory #s: 05214

undated
V.B.2.17 "Bahamas"

Travel brochures.
Inventory #s: 05215

undated
V.B.2.18 "Airlines"

Travel brochures.
Inventory #s: 05216

undated
V.B.2.19 "Bulgaria + sanatoria / Romanian"

Travel brochures and planning.
Inventory #s: 05217

1977
V.B.2.20 "Negs"

Negatives (possibly of family photographs?).
Inventory #s: 05218

undated
V.B.2.21 "Flux-events 1977 / correspondence / contributions"

Includes ephemera; 1 TLS Roselee Goldberg - Maciunas (1/11/1977).
Inventory #s: 05219

1977
V.B.2.22 "St. Thomas & St. Croix"

Travel brochures.
Inventory #s: 05220

undated
V.B.2.23 "Virgin Islands / US. & B."

Travel brochures.
Inventory #s: 05221

undated
V.B.2.24 "Villas - rentals"

Travel brochures.
Inventory #s: 05222

undated
V.B.2.25 "Villas - houses - rentals"

European travel brochures.
Inventory #s: 05223

undated
V.B.2.26 "for Nijole"

Cancelled checks.
Inventory #s: 05224

1970-1976
V.B.2.27 [Real estate and other]

Includes cancelled checks, correspondence, statements of account, and other documents.
Inventory #s: 05225

1970-1977
V.B.2.28 [Real estate and other]

Includes regarding Nijole's Flowers, real estate, medical bill; ephemera; 1 sheet of notes by Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 05226

1986, undated
V.B.2.29 [Correspondence and ephemera]

Includes 1 TL (artwork?) unknown - Fluxus, regarding pollen count; poster for Fluxus concert at Dartmouth (1/11/1979); unidentified notes.
Inventory #s: 05227, 05528, 05529, 05230, 05231

1969-1979
V.B.2.30 News clippings

Various.
Inventory #s: 05270

1968-1969
 

Subseries V.C: Studio Boxes

Similar to the working files (subseries V.B), these photographic paper boxes of several sizes were used by Maciunas to store art supplies, working material, artworks, ephemera, and newspapers, among other materials. Before being processed into the archive, these boxes were held by the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books. Treating them as artworks, the curatorial staff catalogued and individually housed the boxes and their contexts, assigning temporary cataloguing numbers. These housings, labeled with the cataloguing numbers that are now obsolete, have been retained. Some items may have been removed by Hendricks before the Collection entered MoMA; otherwise, their contents can be assumed to be original to Maciunas.

In consultation with the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, the archivist decided to keep the boxes intact as units instead of rehousing the material into archival folders. Also in accordance with that department's wishes, empty boxes were retained. Each studio box is one filing unit. Received in no order, they were arranged simply by size to facilitate housing and access. Titles are Maciunas's, taken from the boxes themselves, and may not accurately reflect their contents.

Folder Title Date
V.C.1* "Red-adhesive p." / "Boards"

Contains only 2 scraps of red paper.

undated
V.C.2* "Tickets"

Includes tickets to Filmmaker's Cinematheque events; copy of "Fluxfest Presentation of John Lennon & Yoko Ono" annotated by Maciunas.

1970, undated
V.C.3* "New Labels"

Contains only 1 pasteup text: "10 channel sound environment with cloudscanner."

undated
V.C.4* "141 Wooster"

EMPTY

V.C.5* "H. Flynt Archives"

Photograph of architecture; 1 letter (?) on AG Gallery stationery, in Lithuanian.

undated
V.C.6* "Stats & Photos"

Working material (photographs and photostats); sheet of notes about the historical evolution of the ampersand.

undated
V.C.7* "Recent Flux Plans"

Rand McNally "Histomap of Evolution," 2 copies.

Note: for material originally housed in this box, see V.B.1.409.

undated
V.C.8* "Viol d' am."

Blank graph paper.

undated
V.C.9* "Awards, Flags"

Includes Whole Earth Catalogue (Fall1968); certificates of merit presented separately to Fluxus, Film Culture, and Maciunas "for an outstanding contribution to the development of the typographic arts" (undated); news clippings; Vidici 141/142; Other Scenes (1/1968).

1968, undated
V.C.10* "Shiomi poem #2"

Multiple copies of the map from Mieko Shiomi's Spatial Poem No. 2.

undated
V.C.11* "Immediate"

Working material and paste-ups, including architectural photographs; lettering for Implosions; Red and blue lines on clear / red and blue lines on white, piece for Implosions by Jim Dine; Dayglo green and blue lines on white / dayglo green and blue lines on clear, piece for Implosions by Billy Apple; Implosions labels; working material for German edition of George Brecht's Universal Machine; other working material for Implosions, including by Jim Dine.

undated
V.C.12* "New labels" / "Labels"

Multiple copies of labels for various Fluxus editions.

undated
V.C.13* "No-art bags"

Multiple copies of paper bags printed with "Keine Kunst," "Pas d'art," "No Art" and "Art Total" (work by Ben Vautier). Unidentified audio tape transferred to Museum Collection.

undated
V.C.14* "Mus. Prim. Art" [original label missing]

Working material for poster for the Museum of Primitive Art.

undated
V.C.15* "Mus. Primitive Art"

Working material, including many photographs of African art.

undated
V.C.16* "Clock faces"

Multiple copies of sheet with various clock faces and label for Obvious Deck by Robert Filliou.

undated
V.C.17* "Yoko's masks"

Paper masks of Yoko Ono and John Lennon.

undated
V.C.18* "Shiomi no. 1 bd" / "Shiomi spatial poem no. 1"

Blank map from Mieko Shiomi's Spatial Poem No. 1. Other copy transferred to Museum Collection.

undated
V.C.19* "Wax paper etc. Repro paper"

Scraps of various papers.

undated
V.C.20* "Aspen" / "Completed Santa Cruz Mech."

Includes paste-up of menu for a potato meal; text for "Flux Parade" at University oif California Santa Cruz; mechnical for "Notes on the continuous periodic composite sound waveform environment" by La Monte Young (from Aspen no. 8, Fluxus issue of magazine (1970)); working material, including mechanicals, photostats, and photographs, for Santa Cruz curriculum plan (devised by Maciunas and Robert Watts).

Note: for mechanical of curriculum plan, see V.B.1.148*.

undated
V.C.21* "Mass Flags." / "Fluxbox stencils"

Number flags attached to wooden sticks (possibly used for Flux-Mass and Flux-Sports at Douglass College, New Brunswick (2/16-20/1970).

undated
V.C.22* "Newspapers"

Issues of Underground (1966); L'Avventura Fluxus by Daniela Palazzoli (undated).

1968, undated
V.C.23* "Signature lighting"

Working material (photographs) and catalogue produced by Maciunas for Signature Lighting, Ltd. (3 copies).

undated
V.C.24* "FluxFe[st 2]" / "Flynt" / "Yoshi + HF Posters[?]"

Flyers and publications, including la mamelle (Winter 1976); identits nos. 7-14 (1964-1966); various flyers for "Daniel Spoerri presents Eat Art;" "Five Traditions of Art History, an Essay by Dick Higgins."

1964-1977, undated
V.C.25* "ORIG ART - MINE"

1 photostat of Fluxus works.

undated
V.C.26* "Flux-3. Apron, posters, tables, ladder - negs."

Working material (photographs and photostats).

undated
V.C.27* "V-TRE cards"

Includes flyers, working material, sketches (of Maciunas?) by unknown hand.

1970-1976, undated
V.C.28* "File - sort out"

Various working material, includes folder marked "Filliou - postcards" containing working material for Robert Filliou's Monsters are Inoffensive.

undated
V.C.29* "Fluxposters"

Flyers and posters, including for Robert Watts, Geoffrey Hendricks, Gruppo '70, La Monte Young, and Eric Andersen.

1970-1974, undated
V.C.30* "Labels, cards, masters"

Fluxus flyers and sheets of labels for editions and score cards.

undated
V.C.31* "V-TRE's"

EMPTY

undated
V.C.32* "Future - Photos - Negs"

Substantial working material, for Fluxus as well as commercial projects.

undated
V.C.33* "Litho - negs fr. Zaccar + cardboard"

Working material (many photographs).

undated
V.C.34* "Antique newspapers"

Old newspapers.

1915-1927
V.C.35* "Photos - Negs"

Various working material, including old photographs and news clippings.

undated
V.C.36* "past jobs Sta. Cruz, Aspen"

Substantial working material, for Fluxus as well as commercial projects. Includes for Film Culture.

undated
V.C.37* [Unlabeled]

EMPTY

undated
 

Subseries V.D: Art History Notes

 

Subseries V.D.1: Index Cards

Maciunas used 3 x 5" index cards as a means for storing information about art history, planned trips, individuals, projects, events, personal information, and more. Most such cards here were organized and stored by him in plastic boxes (similar to those used for Fluxkits). The order of the cards within the boxes has been preserved, but the boxes themselves were found in no particular order. In addition to the boxes, there is also an unboxed group of index cards relating to Fluxus events and planned works, whose origin and original order are uncertain. The archivist kept these together as a group.

Folder Title Date
V.D.1.1 "France"

Plastic box of 3 x 5" index cards with notes about architectural and historical sites in France, with negatives of architecture.

undated
V.D.1.2 "Germany"

Plastic box of 3 x 5" index cards with notes about architectural and historical sites in Germany, with negatives of architecture.

undated
V.D.1.3 "Italy"

Plastic box of 3 x 5" index cards with notes about architectural and historical sites in Italy, with negatives of architecture.

undated
V.D.1.4 "Spain" and other countries

Plastic box of 3 x 5" index cards with notes about architectural and historical sites in Spain and other countries, with negatives of architecture.

undated
V.D.1.5 "Metalurgy" to "Chinese Art"

Plastic box of 3 x 5" index cards with subject headings "Metalurgy," "Mythology," "Motyves," "Races," "Finno-Urgic," "Altaic," "Viking," "Pontic," "Bibliography," and "Chinese Art."

undated
V.D.1.6 "Reference"

Plastic box of 3 x 5" index cards with subject headings "Future buys," "Mari," "Vietnam," "Architecture," "Adhesives," "Automobiles," "Books," "Food," "Debts," "Electronics," "Europe - hotels," "Furniture," "Horticulture," "Antiques," "Jap. alphabet, "LEF," "Medical ref.," "Machines," "Music," "Plastics," "Puzzles," "Records," "Places to see," "Social security," "Warranties," "Shipping," "Taxes," "Type," "For Sale," and "Architectural." Also includes brochures, clippings, and photographs.

undated
V.D.1.7 "Addresses"

Plastic box of 3 x 5" index cards with addresses.

undated
V.D.1.8 Various index cards

Group of 3 x 5" index cards. Topics include Fluxus festivals and events, individual artists, and works. Includes subject headings "Flux-plans" and "Fluxfilms."

undated
 

Subseries V.D.2: Large Note Cards

These note cards, which measure 8.75 x 11.25", contain Maciunas's notes about the history of art, and include photographs and occasionally sketches of art objects. This particular run of note cards was contained in a single record carton from Maciunas's studio; their original order has been maintained. The Museum Archives retains this record carton, which is of a type used by Maciunas in his studio. Another grouping of such cards can be found in V.D.3.1-4.

Folder Title Date
V.D.2.1 "Scythian Style I"

undated
V.D.2.2 "Scythian-Style II"

undated
V.D.2.3 "Scythian-Style III"

undated
V.D.2.4 "Scythian-Style IV"

undated
V.D.2.5 "Japan - Hakuho"

undated
V.D.2.6 "Japan, Suiko"

undated
V.D.2.7 "Japan - Nara"

undated
V.D.2.8 "Japan - Nara - Shosoin"

undated
V.D.2.9 "Japan - Konin"

undated
V.D.2.10 "Fujiwara period"

undated
V.D.2.11 "Kamakura period"

undated
V.D.2.12 "Ashikaga Period"

undated
V.D.2.13 "Sui style"

undated
V.D.2.14 "6 dyn. Painting"

undated
V.D.2.15 "Yüan dynasty"

undated
V.D.2.16 "Ming dyn. 1368-1643"

undated
V.D.2.17 "5 dynasties"

undated
V.D.2.18 "Han dyn."

undated
V.D.2.19 "Han stone"

undated
V.D.2.20 "Han - ceramics"

undated
V.D.2.21 "Han - painting - silk"

undated
V.D.2.22 "6 dynasty"

undated
V.D.2.23 "6 dyn. Buddhism"

undated
V.D.2.24 "Sung dynasty"

undated
V.D.2.25 "Sung painting"

undated
V.D.2.26 "Táng stone"

undated
V.D.2.27 "Táng bronze & ceramics"

undated
V.D.2.28 "Táng painting"

undated
V.D.2.29 "Copper - Bronze"

undated
V.D.2.30 "Neolithic"

undated
V.D.2.31 "Paleolithic"

undated
V.D.2.32 "Jomon Shiki / Yayoi Shiki"

undated
V.D.2.33 "Japan Haniwa Shiki / Iwaibi Shiki"

undated
V.D.2.34 "Caucasus / Trialetti - Hammer axe"

undated
V.D.2.35 "Cymmerians"

undated
V.D.2.36 "Shang bronzes"

undated
V.D.2.37 "Shang Bronzes"

undated
V.D.2.38 "Shang Jade"

undated
V.D.2.39 "Shang Stones"

undated
V.D.2.40 "E. W. Chou, bronze"

undated
V.D.2.41 "E. W. Chou Jade"

undated
V.D.2.42 "Mid. Chou Bronze"

undated
V.D.2.43 "Mid. Chou Jade"

undated
V.D.2.44 "Late E. Chou"

undated
V.D.2.45 "600-500 Late E. Chou / early"

undated
V.D.2.46 "500-400 / Piao style"

undated
V.D.2.47 "Loyang"

undated
V.D.2.48 "Li Yu"

undated
V.D.2.49 "400-300"

undated
V.D.2.50 "Hsin Cheng"

undated
V.D.2.51 "Pictographic style"

undated
V.D.2.52 "300-200"

undated
V.D.2.53 "Shou Chou"

undated
V.D.2.54 "Lolang finds"

undated
V.D.2.55 "Mirrors"

undated
V.D.2.56 "Late E Chou jade"

undated
 

Subseries V.D.3: Other Notes and Cards

The items in this subseries, which includes individual sheets and several groupings, were not grouped together by Maciunas or Hendricks, and the folders are in no particular order, unless otherwise indicated in the folder description.

Folder Title Date
V.D.3.1 "Art - history - cards / Scythian / some Chinese"

1 of 4 folders. 8.75 x 11.25" note cards with art history notes and photographs.

undated
V.D.3.2 "Art - history - cards / Scythian / some Chinese"

2 of 4 folders. 8.75 x 11.25" note cards with art history notes and photographs.

undated
V.D.3.3 "Art - history - cards / Scythian / some Chinese"

3 of 4 folders. 8.75 x 11.25" note cards with art history notes and photographs.

undated
V.D.3.4 "Art - history - cards / Scythian / some Chinese"

4 of 4 folders. 8.75 x 11.25" note cards with art history notes and photographs.

undated
V.D.3.5 "Hist. of Art / Siberian notes etc."

Photographs, postcards, contact sheets, and notes. Also includes photographs of architectural model by Maciunas and of a piano, which may not originally be from this folder. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.D.3.6 "Art-hist notes. / Used - file away"

1 of 2 folders.

undated
V.D.3.7 "Art-hist notes. / Used - file away"

2 of 2 folders.

undated
V.D.3.8 Gothic

1 sheet of notes. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.D.3.9 Notes on artists

Photocopy (by Maciunas?) of note cards for Takehisa Kosugi and Jackson Mac Low.

undated
V.D.3.10 Various index cards

undated
V.D.3.11 Notes on architecture

1 sheet of notes.

undated
V.D.3.12 Various notes

undated
V.D.3.13 "Design of Inorganic Superhuman Species"

Typed sheet (by Maciunas?).

undated
V.D.3.14 Various notes

Includes partial plan for "Perpetual Fluxus Festival" and "New flux products yearbox 3."

undated
V.D.3.15 Various notes

2 sheets of notes acquired from Ken Friedman.

undated
V.D.3.16 Calligraphy

1 sheet of notes about calligraphy.

undated
V.D.3.17 European trip

Typed sheet of itinerary of destinations in Europe with historic sights.

undated
V.D.3.18 New Marlborough map

Sketched map by George Maciunas on back of a flyer.

undated
V.D.3.19 Notes on Fluxclinic form

Notes on back of Fluxclinic Record of Features and Feats form.

undated
V.D.3.20 Art history notes

1 of 16 folders from single box. This folder contains note: "Materials in this box were left by George with Jonas when he moved out of 80 Wooster;" maps.

Note: the order of the papers in these 16 folders was maintained by the archivist.

undated
V.D.3.21 Art history notes

2 of 16 folders from single box.

undated
V.D.3.22 Art history notes

3 of 16 folders from single box. This folder contains files "Austria" and "Misc."

undated
V.D.3.23 Art history notes

4 of 16 folders from single box. This folder includes file "German."

undated
V.D.3.24 Art history notes

5 of 16 folders from single box.

undated
V.D.3.25 Art history notes

6 of 16 folders from single box.

undated
V.D.3.26 Art history notes

7 of 16 folders from single box.

undated
V.D.3.27 Art history notes

8 of 16 folders from single box.

undated
V.D.3.28 Art history notes

9 of 16 folders from single box.

undated
V.D.3.29 Art history notes

10 of 16 folders from single box.

undated
V.D.3.30 Art history notes

11 of 16 folders from single box.

undated
V.D.3.31 Art history notes

12 of 16 folders from single box.

undated
V.D.3.32 Art history notes

13 of 16 folders from single box.

undated
V.D.3.33 Art history notes

14 of 16 folders from single box. This folder contains file "Art-history - essays / Abstract chirography," which includes an essay written by Maciunas for his studies, "Capitals and Abaci of the Merovingian Period in France" (5/15/1956).

1956
V.D.3.34 Art history notes

15 of 16 folders from single box. This folder contains an essay written by Maciunas for his studies, "Development of Western Abstract Chirography as a Product of Far Eastern Mentality" (1959).

1959
V.D.3.35 Art history notes

16 of 16 folders from single box. This folder contains art history notes.

undated
 

Subseries V.D.4: Photocopies of Notes

These are mostly copies of Maciunas's notes from either the Archiv Sohm at Stattsgalerie Stuttgart or the Jean Brown Archive at the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, but also include some copies objects in the Silverman Collection, singled out for their historical relevance. All photocopies were made by the Silverman Collection (Jon Hendricks or assistants).

Folder Title Date
V.D.4.1 Photocopies of notes

Includes list of microfilms in Archiv Sohm.

undated
V.D.4.2 Photocopies of notes

1 of 3 folders. Copies of index cards from Archiv Sohm.

undated
V.D.4.3 Photocopies of notes

2 of 3 folders. Copies of index cards from Archiv Sohm.

undated
V.D.4.4 Photocopies of notes

3 of 3 folders. Copies of index cards from Archiv Sohm.

undated
V.D.4.5 Photocopies of notes

Copies of index cards in the Silverman Collection, some annotated by Hendricks.

undated
V.D.4.6 Photocopies of notes

1 of 3 folders. Copies of index cards (from the Jean Brown Archive?).

undated
V.D.4.7 Photocopies of notes

2 of 3 folders. Copies of index cards (from the Jean Brown Archive?).

undated
V.D.4.8 Photocopies of notes

3 of 3 folders. Copies of index cards (from the Jean Brown Archive?).

undated
V.D.4.9 Photocopies of notes

1 of 3 folders. Copies of index cards (from the Jean Brown Archive?).

undated
V.D.4.10 Photocopies of notes

2 of 3 folders. Copies of index cards (from the Jean Brown Archive?).

undated
V.D.4.11 Photocopies of notes

3 of 3 folders. Copies of index cards (from the Jean Brown Archive?).

undated
 

Subseries V.D.5: Microfilm

To save space, Maciunas made microfilm copies of some of his notes. The Silverman Collection has 10 such reels, found in no particular order. These have been rehoused, but their original metal canisters with Maciunas's labels have been retained in filing unit V.D.5.10. The microfilm reels are made available to researchers at the Archives' Manhattan location.

Folder Title Date
V.D.5.1 "Small mags, / Late scores / Cox. Jap. mags"

1 microfilm reel.

Note: Microfilm reels are made available to researchers at the Archives' Manhattan location.

undated
V.D.5.2 "Art + Arch. Italy 1600-1750"

1 microfilm reel.

Note: Microfilm reels are made available to researchers at the Archives' Manhattan location.

undated
V.D.5.3 "Medieval ptg. Britain"

1 microfilm reel.

Note: Microfilm reels are made available to researchers at the Archives' Manhattan location.

undated
V.D.5.4 "Reel no. 4 Greek architecture"

1 microfilm reel.

Note: Microfilm reels are made available to researchers at the Archives' Manhattan location.

undated
V.D.5.5 "China & Siberian notes"

1 microfilm reel.

Note: Microfilm reels are made available to researchers at the Archives' Manhattan location.

undated
V.D.5.6 "Barbarosa"

1 microfilm reel.

Note: Microfilm reels are made available to researchers at the Archives' Manhattan location.

undated
V.D.5.7 "Notes - medieval. Art hist. / migration. IFA essays / Olin work, arch. / Last prefab"

1 microfilm reel.

Note: Microfilm reels are made available to researchers at the Archives' Manhattan location.

undated
V.D.5.8 "Reel 11 - Music in the Middle Ages - by Reese / Music in the Renaissance"

1 microfilm reel.

Note: Microfilm reels are made available to researchers at the Archives' Manhattan location.

undated
V.D.5.9 "Arch. in Britain"

1 microfilm reel.

Note: Microfilm reels are made available to researchers at the Archives' Manhattan location.

undated
V.D.5.10 Microfilm canisters

10 metal canisters which originally housed the reels of microfilm in V.D.5.1-9.

undated
 

Subseries V.E: Calendars

From 1969 nearly until his death in 1978, Maciunas kept detailed charts that functioned both as calendars and journals, recording - among other things - personal and Fluxus events; appointments; travel; work done; accounting; Fluxus orders; expenses; meals eaten; and building work done on the Fluxhouse cooperative buildings. These "calendars" provide a remarkable account of Maciunas's life during this period, as well as a view into the mind that kept them.

All calendars were originally housed in envelopes or boxes labeled by Maciunas, folded by him to fit when necessary. When apparent, Maciunas's labels are given in quotation marks as the folder titles, similar to those found in the "working files" (subseries V.B). Larger folded calendars, used 1968-1975, have been unfolded and housed separately for preservation reasons. These are fragile and must be handled with special care.

Among the many names listed on the calendars, capital letters in circles - (M), (N), and (J) - appear often. It is probable that these refer respectively to the artist's mother, Leokadia Maciunas; his sister Nijole Valaitis; and his good friend Jonas Mekas.

Calendars composed of multiple standard-sized sheets appear to have seem stapled together; those staples were apparently removed at some point by the Silverman Collection.

The last 3 folders in this subseries are not original materials, but rather transcriptions by the Silverman Collection of the contents of some of Maciunas's calendars from 1975.

Folder Title Date
V.E.1 "Calendar 1969-70"

Also includes notes and sketches.

1969-1970
V.E.2* "Calendar 1969-70" [oversize]

10 large fold-out calendars removed from previous folder.

1969-1970
V.E.3 "Calendar 1971"

Envelope labeled by Maciunas (oversized calendars removed).

1971-1972
V.E.4* "Calendar 1971" [oversize]

10 large fold-out calendars removed from previous folder.

1971-1972
V.E.5 "Calendar 1972"

Envelope labeled by Maciunas (oversized calendars removed).

1972
V.E.6* "Calendar 1972" [oversize]

8 large fold-out calendars removed from previous folder.

1972
V.E.7 "Calendar 1973"

Envelope labeled by Maciunas (oversized calendars removed).

1973
V.E.8* "Calendar 1973" [oversize]

3 large fold-out calendars removed from previous folder.

1973
V.E.9 "Bob Watts file / Calendar 1973"

Envelope labeled by Maciunas (oversized calendars removed).

1973
V.E.10* "Bob Watts file / Calendar 1973" [oversize]

6 large fold-out calendars removed from previous folder.

1973
V.E.11 "Calendar 1974"

Envelope labeled by Maciunas (oversized calendars removed).

1974
V.E.12* "Calendar 1974" [oversize]

10 large fold-out calendars removed from previous folder.

1974
V.E.13* Calendar December 1974 - January 1975

1 large fold-out calendar.

1974-1975
V.E.14 Calendar July 1974

1974
V.E.15 Calendar August 1974

1974
V.E.16 Calendar August - September 1974

1974
V.E.17 Calendar June 1974

1974
V.E.18 Calendar October 1973

1973
V.E.19 Calendar May 1974

1974
V.E.20 Calendar March 1974

1974
V.E.21 Calendar February 1974

1974
V.E.22 Calendar January 1974

1974
V.E.23 Calendar April 1974

1974
V.E.24 Calendar December 1973

1973
V.E.25 Calendar November 1974

1974
V.E.26 Calendar October 1974

1974
V.E.27 Calendar November - December 1974

1974
V.E.28 Calendar November 1973

1973
V.E.29 Calendar December 1975 - January 1976

1975-1976
V.E.30 Sketch for building work

Sketch by Maciunas for work at 46 Great Jones st.

undated
V.E.31 Calendar January 1975

1975
V.E.32 Calendar February 1975

1975
V.E.33 Notes

Accounting for Fluxhouse cooperatives.

1975-1976
V.E.34 Calendar March 1975

1975
V.E.35 Calendar April 1975

1975
V.E.36 Calendar May 1975

1975
V.E.37 Calendar June 1975

1975
V.E.38 Calendar July 1975

1975
V.E.39 Calendar August 1975

1975
V.E.40 Time sheet for Don Wyman

undated
V.E.41 Calendar September 1975

1975
V.E.42 Calendar October 1975

1975
V.E.43 Calendar November 1975

1975
V.E.44 Notes

Includes accounting, receipts.

1971-1976
V.E.45 Calendar December 1975

1975
V.E.46 Work schedules and accounting

For Fluxhouse cooperatives.

1971-1976
V.E.47 "1976 Calendar"

Receipts. Note: the following 1976 calendars may have originally also been contained in this folder labeled by Maciunas.

1976
V.E.48 Calendar January 1976

1976
V.E.49 Calendar February 1976

1976
V.E.50 Calendar March 1976

1976
V.E.51 Calendar April 1976

1976
V.E.52 Calendar May 1976

1976
V.E.53 Calendar June 1976

1976
V.E.54 Calendar July 1976

1976
V.E.55 Calendar August 1976

1976
V.E.56 Calendar September 1976

Only September 25-30.

1976
V.E.57 Calendar October 1976

1976
V.E.58 Calendar November 1976

1976
V.E.59 Calendar December 1976

Also includes notes, receipts, and correspondence.

1976
V.E.60 TWA Calendar 1976

1976 commercial calendar with notes by Maciunas; receipts.

1976
V.E.61 "1977 Calendar"

Calendar January 1977. Note: following calendars for 1977 originally may have also been contained in this folder labeled by Maciunas.

1977
V.E.62 Calendar February 1977

1977
V.E.63 Calendar March 1977

1977
V.E.64 Calendar April 1977

1977
V.E.65 Calendar May 1977

1977
V.E.66 Correspondence and art loan

TLS Guggenheim Memorial Foundation - Maciunas (3/11/1977) re: declined fellowship application; documentation of exhibition loan of Universal Machine by George Brecht to Clark Art Institute.

1977
V.E.67 Calendar June 1977

1977
V.E.68 Calendar July 1977

1977
V.E.69 Calendar August 1977

Also includes accounting.

1977
V.E.70 "Calendar & notes Mar-May, 1978"

Note: handwriting on envelope is not Maciunas's.

1978
V.E.71 "Calender [sic] - Jan - Feb"

No calendar; contains consignment documentation from Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc.

1977-1978
V.E.72 Calendar December 1977 - February 1978

1977-1978
V.E.73 "Calendar - Nov. Dec."

1977
V.E.74 Loose piece

Small paste-up piece from one of the calendars. Lists "Aspen: $150," "Brunning."

undated
V.E.75 Calendar transcription: January 1975

Created by the Silverman Collection.

undated
V.E.76 Calendar transcription: February 1975

Created by the Silverman Collection.

undated
V.E.77 Calendar transcription: March 1975

Created by the Silverman Collection.

undated
 

Subseries V.F: Fluxus Newsletters, mailings, and texts

The network of Fluxus artists scattered across the world relied on both personal correspondence and newsletters to stay informed about each others' activities. Maciunas addressed this network through formal Fluxus mailings as well as announcements of various plans and ideas. These include some projects from outside the sphere of Maciunas's Fluxus activities, such as plans for trips. This subseries contains Fluxus mailings sent by Maciunas, as well as the distribution lists he used; stationery and announcements for prospective customers; and other texts and brochures created by Maciunas. Gathered by Hendricks from various sources, the archivist has arranged them chronologically by date or probable date. (Many undated documents are listed with probable dates based imputed by Hendricks, based on his extensive research and knowledge of Fluxus chronology. Such documents are listed with and arranged by the bracketed year.) Each newsletter is individually described.

As many of these documents were mailed or intended to be mailed (and Maciunas often wrote letters on their backs), examples of them can be found throughout the collection, particularly in subseries V.A: Correspondence. Since the newsletters were often reproduced as photocopies after being typeset by Maciunas, the photocopy should be considered the original medium. In some cases, however, non-original photocopies were created or collected by Hendricks, and retained here, for informational purposes. The archivist attempted to indicate the originals by housing them in mylar, but the difference is not always clear. Each individual document is listed in the folder description.

Folder Title Date
V.F.1 Newsletters and mailings

"Flux-Radio Pieces"/"Flux-Video Versions" (with note to unknown recipient by Maciunas).
"Fluxfurniture."
"Preliminary offer - this is not a public offer - Guiana Island at Antigua," 2 copies.
Distribution list (includes index identifying 9 categories of recipients), 5 copies; 5th copy acquired from Ken Friedman.
"Proposed structure for flux-snowhouse (or snow-in)," 2 copies.
Encoded distribution list.
"Fluxshopnews."
Diagram of toilet events, 4 copies.
Flux Toilet diagram.
Press sheet of news clippings from 1962 and 1964.
"Fluxfest Sale."

Inventory #s: 05165, 05295, 05307, 05288, 05806

undated
V.F.2 Newsletters and mailings

Map of Fiji Islands.
Map of Mount Athos and Russia.
Map of Greece.
Press sheet of news clippings from 1965 and 1970, 2 copies.
Copy of TL Maciunas - Daniela.
Fluxus broadside manifesto.
Unidentified concert program, includes works by Maciunas and George Brecht.
Copy of TLS Maciunas - Giancarlo Politi, 2 copies.
Inventory #s: 05322

undated
V.F.3 Newsletters and mailings

Press sheet in scroll format of news clippings from 1962 and 1964, 2 copies.

undated
V.F.4 Newsletters and mailings

Distribution list, 12 pages.

[ca. 1962-1963]
V.F.5 Newsletters and mailings

"Tentative programme for the festival of very new music" for Fluxus events in Wiesbaden and London.
Inventory #s: 05760

[ca. 1962]
V.F.6 Newsletters and mailings

"Tentative plan for contents of the first 6 issues [of Fluxus]," photocopies of multiple versions ([early 1962]).

[1962]
V.F.7 Newsletters and mailings

"News-policy-letter no. 1," 3 copies, 1 incomplete and possibly later; 2 photocopies of other versions (5/21/1962).
Accession #s: 94.18, 04.11

1962
V.F.8 Newsletters and mailings

"News-policy-letter no. 2," photocopy (7/12/1962).
"News-policy-letter no. 3," photocopy (8/2/1962).
Prospectus brochure for Fluxus year boxes, 2nd version, 2 copies ([late 1962]).

1962
V.F.9 Newsletters and mailings

"Fluxus HQ. changed address & expanded activities," photocopy ([late 1962]).
"Fluxus news letter no. 5," photocopy (1/1/1963).
"Fluxus news-policy letter no. 6," photocopy (4/6/1963).
"Fluxus news letter no. 7," photocopy (5/1/1963), 2 copies.
"Commercial press on AACI [Action Against Cultural Imperialism]," press sheet of news clippings (1964).
Fluxus broadside manifesto, 2nd version, photocopy ([ca. 1964]).
"Conditions for performing Fluxus published compositions, films & tapes," with additional note ("some hysterical outburts have recently resulted from people who failed to read the attached sheet...") ([1965]).
Inventory #s: [05762], 05798.1-2
Accession #s: 01.03

1962-1965
V.F.10 Newsletters and mailings

"Fluxorchestra Circular Letter No. 2," 2 copies (1965).
Untitled newsletter ("A perpetual Fluxus Festival is being planned"), photocopy ([ca. March 1965]).
"Fluxfilms Short Version" ([1966]), 2 copies.
"Fluxnewsletter," 3 copies (3/8/1967).
"Supplement 1. Paper concert for paper show opening at Time & Life Building. November 15 & 29, 1967," 2 copies ([1967]).
"Proposal" for The Greene Street Precinct, Inc. ([1967]).
"Fluxnewsletter" (1/31/1968).
"Proposed Fluxshow for Gallery 669, Los Angeles, opening Nov. 22, 1968" with original copies of related correspondence and planning (1968).
Inventory #s: 05311, 05763, 05764, 05765, 05766, 05767.1-2, 05768

1965-1968
V.F.11 Newsletters and mailings

"Fluxnewsletter," 4 copies (12/2/1968).
"Flux-products 1961-1969," ([ca. 1969]).
"Fluxnewsletter December 2, 1968 (revised March 15, 1969)," (3/15/1969).
Newsletter, identical to 3/15/1969 newsletter without first sheet ([1969]).
Newsletter, identical to 3/15/1969 newsletter without first paragraph ([1969]).
"Flux-radio and TV pieces, 1965," version of page 6 of 12/2/1968 newsletter, 2 copies ([ca. 1968-1969]).
Inventory #s: 05769.1-2, 05770.1-3, 05771, 05773

1968-1969
V.F.12 Newsletters and mailings

"Fluxfest information"/"Flux-members biographies" ([1969]).
"Preliminary offer" for Ginger Island ([1969]).
"Ginger island - agricultural development, proposed fruits, nuts and vegetables" ([1969]).
"Flux concert" program, 3 copies ([1969]).
"Fluxfest at Stony Brook, newsletter no. 1," 3 versions (8/18/1969).
"Invitation to participate in new year eve's Flux-Feast (food & drink event)" ([1969]).
Inventory #s: 05779, 05796, 05776, 05777, 05775

1969
V.F.13 Newsletters and mailings

"Flux mail list"/"Flux newsletter," 3 copies, includes account of New Year's Eve Flux-feast 12/13/1969 (1/8/1970).
"Outline of Flux-mass," 2 copies, includes labels from Flux Reliquary ([January 1970]), 2nd copy annotated by Jonas Mekas ([2/17/1970]).
"Call for ideas: Flux church, 11:10 AM. Feb 17, 1970" ([1970]).
"Details of Fluxfest presentation of John Lennon & Yoko Ono + *," photocopy (1970).
Press release for "Joint Yoko Ono, John Lennon, & Fluxgroup project," photocopy (4/1/1970).
"Yoko Ono and John Lennon projects being handled by George Maciunas - 1971 Part 2" ([1971]).
"Preliminary offer" for Great Dog Island (August 1971).
Press release, "Sunday, September 25th 8 PM. Fluxus in its 83rd concert will present 20 world premieres..." ([1971]).
"Proposed fluxanniversaryfest program 1962-1972 Sept. & Oct," 2 copies, 1 annotated ([ca. 1972-1973]).
"Caravan/expedition to circumvent the world [holograph: 1973-1983]" ([ca. 1972]).
Inventory #s: 05780, 05778, 05779, 05782

1970-1973
V.F.14 Newsletters and mailings

"Fluxnewsletter" with "Flux mail list," 7 copies, several annotated (April 1973).
"Proposed fluxanniversaryfest program 1962-1972 Sept. & Oct" from April 1973 newsletter.
"Fluxfest presentation of John Lennon & Yoko Ono + *" from April 1973 newsletter, 3 copies.
"Fluxnewsletter" (April 1973) extended version, photocopy.
Inventory #s: 05781.1-5, 05782, 05783
Accession #s: 04.09

1973
V.F.15 Newsletters and mailings

"Preliminary proposal for a flux exhibit at Rene Block Gallery," 3 copies ([ca. 1974]).
"Flux mail list, 1974"/"Flux newsletter April 1975," 4 copies, 1 annotated by Maciunas ([ca. 1975]).
"Met George Brecht while stuck in a revolving door..." (12/10/1975).
"Flux newsletter" (5/3/1975).
"Flux mail list 1975," 2 copies ([1975]).
"Proposed graphics study program by George Maciunas" ([ca. late 1975]).
"Circumnavigation of the world with 85ft schooner, 1976-80" ([1975-1976]).
"Circumnavigation of the world with 85ft schooner, 1976-80," extended version with maps and itineraries ([1975-1976]).
"Proposed R&R evenings" ([ca. 1976]).
Inventory #s: 05323, 05785, 05784, 05792, 05797, 05790, 05805

1974-1976
V.F.16 Newsletters and mailings

"Caravan/expedition to circumvent the world" with "Monuments to be seen & other activities," 2 copies ([ca. 1975-1976]).
"Flux harpsichord recital, March 24, 1975" ([1975]).
"Newsletter on sailing trip" ([August 1975]).
"Prospectus for New Marlborough Centre for the Arts" ([ca. 1976]).
"Circumnavigation of the world with 145ft converted mine sweeper, 1976-1984," plus some loose pages from another copy of same ([1975-1976]).
"Proposal for 1975/1976 Flux-news year's eve event at Clock Tower," photocopy ([1975]).
"Delayed Flux New Year's Eve Event at Clock Tower" (4/18/1976).
"To avoid repeating the story endlessly..." mailer about Maciunas's dispute with a contractor ([1975-1976]).
Inventory #s: 05788.1-2, 05789.1-2, 05787, 05786, 05791.1-2

1975-1976
V.F.17 Newsletters and mailings

"FLUXLABYRINTH at Berlins 26th Arts Festival, Sept. 1976," diagram and plan, 2 versions ([1976]).
"Flux Food Atlas & Snow Event, January 22-23, 1977 at Non-Smoking Marlborough Country (New Years Celebration)," photocopy (1/22-23/1977).
"Invitation to participate in Flux Summer fest in south Berkshires, 1977" (3/4/1977).
"Summary of proposed Flux fest at New Marlborough" (4/8/1977).
Instructions for Flux-new year eve event, photocopy ([1977]).
"Invitation to participate in 1977-1978 new years eve Flux cabaret," 2 copies (1977).
Inventory #s: 05795, [05794], 05293

1976-1977
V.F.18 Newsletters and mailings

Photocopies of newsletters pertaining to the Fluxhouse Co-operatives.

1966-1967
 

Subseries V.G: Design Work: Fluxus and Personal

Most objects considered works of art fall under the purview of the Museum's Department of Prints and Illustrated Books. The Museum Archives retained a small number of design works by Maciunas, collected from various sources by Hendricks. Most of these items are multiples of works in the Museum Collection; some multiples may also be found elsewhere in the archive. For convenience, the archivist arranged these alphabetically.

Folder Title Date
V.G.1 Boycott Peter di Stefano

Flyer, 11 copies.

undated
V.G.2 Calling Card Manifesto

Small information card.
Inventory #s: 05314

undated
V.G.3 Communists Must Give Revolutionary Leadership in Culture

Fold-out brochure, 9 copies. Text by Henry Flynt.

1965
V.G.4 Composition 1971

Performance piece by Maciunas.

1971
V.G.5 Down with art!

Pamphlet, 3 copies. By Henry Flynt.

1968
V.G.6 Fluxclinic Record of Features and Feats

2 copies. By Hi Red Center.
Inventory #s: 05275

1966
V.G.7 Fluxfest Sale

Fold-out sheet of Fluxus works, 2 copies.
Inventory #s: 05276

1966
V.G.8 Fluxpost: Aging Men

Sheet of stamps, 15 copies.
Inventory #s: 05190

1975
V.G.9 Fluxpost: Smiles

Sheet of stamps, 5 copies, 1 copy signed by Maciunas.
Inventory #s: 05191

1978
V.G.10 Fluxus (its historical development and relationship to avant-garde movements)

Chart, 10 copies.
Inventory #s: 05233

undated
V.G.11 Implosions: advertisement

Flyer.
Inventory #s: 05268

undated
V.G.12 Implosions: business card

Uncut design for Implosions business cards for Herman Fine, Robert Watts, and Maciunas.

undated
V.G.13 Implosions: stick-on tattoos

10 various sheets.

undated
V.G.14 Implosions: stick-on tattoos

6 sheets.

undated
V.G.15 Labels for Fluxus editions

Various.
Inventory #s: 05271

undated
V.G.16 Learning Machine

Incomplete copy.
Inventory #s: 00571

undated
V.G.17 George Maciunas name stationery

1 sheet.

undated
V.G.18 Masks

2 examples.
Inventory #s: 01607, 01608

undated
V.G.19 Barbara Moore name stationery

1 sheet.
Inventory #s: 05263

undated
V.G.20 Stationery

Fluxus stationery, large format, 6 copies.

undated
V.G.21 Stationery

Fluxus stationery, letter format, 10 copies.
Inventory #s: 05251

undated
V.G.22 Stationery

For Fluxhouse Cooperatives.

undated
V.G.23 Stationery

Flux stationery, foot paper with shoe envelope. With Robert Watts.

undated
V.G.24 Stationery

Flux stationery, hand paper with glove envelope. With Robert Watts.

undated
V.G.25 Stationery

Flux stationery, torso paper with coat envelope. With Robert Watts.

undated
V.G.26 Stationery

Flux stationery, signature paper with oversized stamp envelope. With Robert Watts.

undated
V.G.27 U.S. Surpasses All Nazi Genocide Records

7 copies; "calculations and references" sheet, 5 copies.
Inventory #s: 02759, 05175, 05242

1970
V.G.28 Various

undated
 

Subseries V.H: Design work: Commercial and Other Projects

These works of design by Maciunas were created for either commercial or personal purposes (such as providing ephemera for Jonas Mekas's Filmmakers Cinematheque). They are gathered here as a group not because they were necessarily work for hire but because unlike the works in V.H: Design Work: Fluxus and Personal, they are not Fluxus works or personal (art) projects by Maciunas. They were collected from various sources by Hendricks and arranged in alphabetical order by the archivist.

Folder Title Date
V.H.1 101 Days in Europe

Travel brochure by Maciunas, "an expedition to the significant monuments of art and architecture in continental Europe."

1958
V.H.2 AG Gallery

Letterhead.

undated
V.H.3 AIRCO

AIRCO Welding News brochure.

1966
V.H.4 Almus Enterprises

Letterhead designed for Almus Salcius.
Inventory #s: 05262

undated
V.H.5 American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Mailer for national meeting.

1967
V.H.6 American Lithuanian Foundation

Flyers; stationery.

undated
V.H.7 Anthology Film Archives

Pamphlet (undated); Bulletin for Film and Video Information vol. 1, no. 2 (1974), 3 copies; flyer for showing of Jack Smith's Normal Love (undated).

1974, undated
V.H.8 Architectural design

Architectural designs by Maciunas.

undated
V.H.9 Association for the Advancement of Art Appreciation

Letterhead.
Inventory #s: 05254

undated
V.H.10 Jean Brown

Stationery (envelope).

undated
V.H.11 Charles Theatre

Brochure.

undated
V.H.12 Darbas

Darbas no. 4 (1957).

1957
V.H.13 Festival of Women's Films

Flyer.

undated
V.H.14 Film Culture

Stationery.
Inventory #s: 05261, 05256, 05255, 05269, 02479, 02464, 05184, 05185, 05186, 05187

undated
V.H.15 Film Maker's Cinematheque

Stationery.
Inventory #s: 05253

undated
V.H.16 Film Maker's Cinematheque

Flyers; Bulletin vol. 1 no. 1 (1967) and vol. 1 no.3 (1968).
Inventory #s: 05269

1967-1968, undated
V.H.17 Film Maker's Cinematheque

Tickets and cards.

undated
V.H.18 Irving Trust Company

Subway map designed with Robert Watts. Acquired from and with note by Robert Watts.

[1967?]
V.H.19 Lord Hill Personnel

March calendar.
Inventory #s: 05272

undated
V.H.20 George Maciunas

Stationery and business card designed by Maciunas for himself.
Inventory #s: 05259

undated
V.H.21 E. & O. Mari, Inc.

Baroque instrument string catalogue, 4 copies.
Inventory #s: 05264
Accession #s: 91.10

undated
V.H.22 E. & O. Mari, Inc.

Design for catalogue cover.
Inventory #s: 05250

undated
V.H.23 Jack Marshad

Holiday card.

undated
V.H.24 Adolfas Mekas

Prospectus for "Hallelujah the Hills."

undated
V.H.25 Jonas Mekas

Diaries Notes Sketches, flyer for screening and fold-out; Reminiscences of a Journey Home and Going Home by Adolfas Mekas, flyer.

undated
V.H.26 Peter Moore

Stationery and business card designed by Maciunas for himself.
Inventory #s: 05249, 05267

V.H.27 New American Cinema Group

Letterhead (with unidentified note, "from AG period").

undated
V.H.28 New York Baroque Quintet

Letterhead.
Inventory #s: 05266

undated
V.H.29 New York Wind

Unfinished design.

undated
V.H.30 Yoko Ono

"Is Real" stationery.
Inventory #s: 05252

undated
V.H.31 SUNY Art Gallery

Brochure.

1969
V.H.32 Swan Club

Brochure.

undated
V.H.33 Tag Sale

2 flyers for tag sales.
Inventory #s: 05241, 05281

undated
V.H.34 Theatrum Instrumentorum

Letterhead.
Inventory #s: 02477

undated
V.H.35 Universal Structures Corporation

Stationery.
Inventory #s: 05258

undated
V.H.36 Nijole Valaitis

Stationery for Maciunas's sister, Nijole Valaitis, as well as stationery and announcements for her flowershop, Nijole's Flowers.
Inventory #s: 02482, 05260, 05273

undated
V.H.37 Workshop in Lute Song for Singers

Flyer for workshop by Stanley Buetens.
Inventory #s: 02478

undated
V.H.38 Zuckerman Harpsichords, Inc.

Brochure.
Inventory #s: 05274

undated
 

Subseries V.I: Personal and family material

This material was collected primarily from the artist's mother, Leokadia Maciunas, and sister, Nijole Valaitis. Much of it is in Lithuanian and Russian.

Folder Title Date
V.I.1 "My Husband" by Leokadia Maciunas

English translation of essay.

undated
V.I.2 Family correspondence

1 card (11/31/1977) and 1 ALS Leokadia Maciunas - Maciunas (1/14/1978).
Accession #s: 87.01

1977-1978
V.I.3 Family correspondence

Autograph correspondence from Leokadia Maciunas to Maciunas. In Lithuanian. From Maciunas folder marked "M letters."
Accession #s: 04.05

1977
V.I.4 Family correspondence

Autograph correspondence from Leokadia Maciunas to Maciunas. From Maciunas folder marked "M letters."
Accession #s: 04.05

1977
V.I.5 Family correspondence

Autograph correspondence from Leokadia Maciunas to Maciunas; also includes one letter from Nijole Valaitis. In Lithuanian. From Maciunas folder marked "M letters."
Accession #s: 04.05

1973-1977
V.I.6 Family correspondence

Autograph correspondence from Leokadia Maciunas to Maciunas. In Lithuanian. From Maciunas folder marked "M letters."
Accession #s: 04.05

1977
V.I.7 Family correspondence

2 postcards Maciunas - Leokadia Maciunas; photograph of Leokadia Maciunas. In Lithuanian. Acquired from Jonas Mekas.

undated
V.I.8 Family correspondence

9 postcards Maciunas - Leokadia Maciunas. In Lithuanian.
Accession #s: 87.01, 89.02

1962-1972
V.I.9 Family correspondence

Autograph correspondence from Maciunas to Leokadia Maciunas. In Lithuanian.
Accession #s: 87.01

1977
V.I.10 Family correspondence

Autograph correspondence from Maciunas to Leokadia Maciunas. In Lithuanian.
Accession #s: 87.01

1977-1978
V.I.11 Family correspondence

Correspondence between Maciunas, Leokadia Maciunas, and Nijole Valaitis; 2 childhood drawings by Maciunas.

1938-1952, undated
V.I.12 Family correspondence

1 ALS Billie Maciunas - Leokadia Maciunas (3/15/1978).

1978
V.I.13 Family correspondence

Autograph correspondence from Leokadia Maciunas to Maciunas.
Accession #s: 96.12

1977-1978
V.I.14 Family photographs

Childhood photographs of Maciunas and his family; 2 later photographs.
Accession #s: 04.05

1920-1948, 1978
V.I.15 Family photographs

Includes photographs of Maciunas's grandparents.
Accession #s: 89.09

1900-1931
V.I.16 Family photographs


Accession #s: 89.09

1931-1935
V.I.17 Family photographs


Accession #s: 89.09, 97.05

1935-1939
V.I.18 Family photographs


Accession #s: 89.09

1939-1952
V.I.19 Family photographs


Accession #s: 89.09, 97.05

1953-1977
V.I.20 Family photographs

Leokadia Maciunas's family photographs.
Accession #s: 87.01

1947-1950
V.I.21 Family photographs

Leokadia Maciunas's family photographs.
Accession #s: 87.01

1960-1987
V.I.22 Family photographs

1928-1954
V.I.23 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1931
V.I.24 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1939
V.I.25 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.

1960
V.I.26 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.

1960
V.I.27 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.

1960
V.I.28 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1961
V.I.29 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1961
V.I.30 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1961
V.I.31 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1961
V.I.32 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1961-1962
V.I.33 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1962
V.I.34 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1963
V.I.35 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1963
V.I.36 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1966-1968
V.I.37 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1969
V.I.38 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1970-1971
V.I.39 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1972-1973
V.I.40 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1974-1975
V.I.41 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1974-1976
V.I.42 Leokadia Maciunas's journal

In Russian.
Accession #s: 96.12

1976
V.I.43