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MoMA PS1 Archives

Series II: Press and Communications Office Records
 Series III: Publications Records
 
in The Museum of Modern Art Archives




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Funding for the processing and creation of a finding aid for the MoMA PS1 Archives was generously provided by the Leon Levy Foundation.
© 2012 The Museum of Modern Art. All rights reserved.
The Museum of Modern Art, Publisher
Finding aid prepared by Jonathan Lill with Alana Miller.
Machine-readable finding aid created by Jonathan Lill. Description is in English.

Overview of the Collection

Creator: MoMA PS1
Title: MoMA PS1 Archives
Inclusive Dates: 1970–2009
Bulk Dates: 1971–2005
Quantity: 313.5 linear feet in:
713 5" manuscript boxes
1 12x12x15" record carton
3 16x20" flat boxes
1 5x12" card box
9 flat files
Abstract: Institutional records of MoMA PS1 including records of its organization and founding in 1971 and records of its curatorial, press and communications, publications, studio program, development, and other major activities as well as records of the director and general administration files.

Arrangement

For much of the MoMA PS1 Archives, original order was lost and had to be reconstructed based on box and folder-level identification. Nonetheless, the basic set of different activities that produced records was clear and the way to group those records into series was likewise fairly straightforward once the records were identified. These series thus mirror the major activities and programs of PS1, and are ultimately similar to the records of other museums and exhibition spaces. Subseries divisions were determined by remnants of original order (as in the subdivisions of development records in series VIII,) evidence of persistent storage and use (as with the separation of non-paper media in curatorial and press records i nto series I.B and II.B,) and in some instances, when lacking either of those determinants, by archival custom (as in the creation of the correspondence subseries VII.A and IX.A.) Organization of files within a series or subseries is generally chronological and is further explained in the scope and content notes of individual sections. This finding aid contains Series II and Series III as follows:
Series II: Press and Communications Office Records (1971–2008)
Subseries II.A: Exhibition and Programming Press Materials, News Clippings, and Installation Photography (1971–2008)
Subseries II.B: Working Files (1972–2001)
Subseries II.C: Audio and Video Recordings and Digital Files (1978–2005)
Subseries II.D: Exhibition and Seasonal Posters (1974–2009)
Subseries II.E: Merchandise (circa 2000–2005)
 
Series III: Publications Records (1971–2005)
Subseries III.A: Catalogue, Brochure, and Other Publication Files (1974–2005)
Subseries III.B: Placing the Artist, Records of the Unpublished Retrospective Catalogue of the I.A.U.R.'s First Five Years (1973–1980)
 
Other series are contained in additional finding aids as follows:
Series I: Curatorial and Exhibition Records (1968–2009)
Subseries I.A: General Files (1970–2009)
Subseries I.B: Audio and Video Recordings and Digital Photography Files (1968–2008)
 
Series IV: Workspace and National and International Studio Program Records (1971–2004)
Series V: Education Records (1985–2004)
Series VI: WPS1 Records (2000–2007)
 
Series VII: Records of Founder and Director Alanna Heiss (1969–2006)
Subseries VII.A: Correspondence (1974–2005)
Subseries VII.B: Curatorial and Exhibition Files (1980–2002)
Subseries VII.C: External Activities (1973–2005)
Subseries VII.D: Travel Files (1979–2002)
Subseries VII.E: General Files (1969–2006)
 
Series VIII: Development Office Records (1968–2003)
Subseries VIII.A: Board of Trustee, Committee, and Patrons Council Files (1974–2003)
Subseries VIII.B: Special Event and Exhibition Files (1975–2003)
Subseries VIII.C: National Endowment for the Arts Grant Files (1970–2002)
Subseries VIII.D: New York State Council on the Arts Grant Files (1973–2002)
Subseries VIII.E: Membership Files (1971–2003)
Subseries VIII.F: Individual Donor Files (1979–2002)
Subseries VIII.G: "Foundations 1980–1998" Non-Profit Donor Files (1977–2000)
Subseries VIII.H: Corporate Donor Files (1977–2000)
Subseries VIII.I: General Development Records (1968–2003)
 
Series IX: Administrative Records (1945–2007)
Subseries IX.A: Correspondence (1972–1999)
Subseries IX.B: Cultural Organization Files (circa 1971–1996)
Subseries IX.C: Local Government and Community Files (1979–2006)
Subseries IX.D: New York City Department of Cultural Affairs Files (1979–2001)
Subseries IX.E: Building and Renovation Files (1976–2004)
Subseries IX.F: Financial Reports and Files (1972–2001)
Subseries IX.G: General Files (1945–2007)


Historical Note

MoMA PS1 is an internationally known exhibition space dedicated to exploring new art and ideas in the unique environment of a rehabilitated 19th century school building. It is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit art spaces in the country and since its founding in 1971 has nurtured artists' careers through its studio program, introduced and promoted important artists through solo exhibitions and programs, and explored historical movements and emerging trends in the art world through large group exhibitions. Throughout its history PS1 has devoted significant space to photography, video, film, dance, performance, and other media, while continuing to champion the work of painters and sculptors. The history of MoMA PS1 as documented in the archives spans important eras in the New York art world and history, from the cultural rebirth of SoHo and the growth of commercial galleries in the 1970s, to the political and social turmoil of the 1980s, the internationalization of the art market and community in the 1990s and an era of new technological interconnectedness in the 2000s. Through each successive era PS1 has remained a vital center for contemporary art in New York City.

Following is a brief history of the institution. Researchers interested in the history of MoMA PS1 should also consult Archives' web pages, particularly the chronology of important events.

1971–1972: The Founding of the I.A.U.R.

The Institute for Art and Urban Resources (I.A.U.R.)—the organization that would become MoMA PS1—can trace its origin to before 1970. It was then Alanna Heiss worked in London for the organization S.P.A.C.E. securing derelict warehouse space in the St. Katherine Docks area for use as artist studios. Heiss returned to America intent on creating a similar program in New York City. By 1971, Heiss held the position of program director for the Municipal Arts Society of New York (MAS,) an organization dedicated to architectural preservation and urban planning. She was also part of a social circle of artists, many of whom were involved with 112 Greene Street, founded by Jeffrey Lew in 1970 and credited as the first non-profit art space.

In May 1971 Heiss organized for the MAS a series of concerts and events in City Hall Park to commemorate the birthday of the Brooklyn Bridge. At the same time she took advantage of nearby piers and space underneath the bridge to organize a much more informal three-day arts festival. She invited artist friends to install artworks onsite while others staged performances. The Brooklyn Bridge Event (May 21–May 24, 1971) was soon considered the I.A.U.R.'s originating event, even though the organization would not be incorporated for another year.

Heiss began scouting properties that could be secured by the MAS and then sublet to artists, a program she christened Workspace. The first property that was taken possession of, in 1972, was a privately-owned warehouse at 10 Bleecker Street, between Elizabeth Street and Bowery in Manhattan. That May a solo show by the sculptor Richard Nonas became the I.A.U.R.'s second official exhibition. By August it had been decided that the MAS was not the best organization to administer Workspace and on August 7, 1972 articles of incorporation were signed for the Institute for Art and Urban Resources with Alanna Heiss as director.

1972–1976: Growth of the I.A.U.R.

The I.A.U.R. negotiated for other studio spaces in 1972 in addition to 10 Bleecker Street. The I.A.U.R. gained office space at 11 John Street in Manhattan; a set of spaces was secured for artists inside the 80th Police Precinct on Washington Avenue in Brooklyn; and an industrial space was leased from the city in Coney Island to serve as a sculpture workshop for a small number of artists including Jene Highstein and Richard Nonas. Alana Heiss also spent a significant portion of 1972 trying to unsuccessfully secure the large building #13 in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. And it is likely that by the end of 1972 negotiations for the Clocktower were already underway.

108 Leonard Street (346 Broadway) in lower Manhattan had been designed by McKim, Meade & White in 1870 and was topped by a clock tower accessible only by a spiral staircase from the building's thirteenth floor (itself accessible only by stairs.) The I.A.U.R. occupied the tower and adjoining spaces in 1973, named it the Clocktower Gallery, and opened the first exhibition Joel Shapiro: Sculpture on April 12th.

In the summer of 1973 more space had been gained when three adjacent properties at 22 Reade Street were secured from the city for studios and exhibition and performance space. It was christened the Idea Warehouse but it would not be the site of any public activity until early 1975. The most significant exhibition held there was the series of performances and exhibition Ideas at the Idea Warehouse (June 16–July 11, 1975.)

Meanwhile the series of exhibitions Collectors of the Seventies had launched at the Clocktower with the first ever exhibition of works from the collection of Dorothy and Herb Vogel. There would be four more exhibitions and a set of nine documentary videos produced in the series. Also in spring of 1975 word was received that the First Ward school building, or Public School No. 1, in Long Island City, Queens, was possibly available for use.

1976: P.S. 1 and Rooms

The P.S.1 building had ceased being a school in 1963 and used only as storage by the city. By 1975 it was in danger of being sold and demolished. The negotiations for the I.A.U.R. to occupy P.S. 1 continued through the next year. Heiss had estimates prepared for the costs of cleaning and making minimal necessary repairs to the building and had secured funds to pay for the work. A twenty-year lease was signed on April 22nd and the first exhibition, Rooms (June 9–June 26, 1976,) opened six weeks later. To stage the show the I.A.U.R. invited seventy-eight artists to participate, assigned or had them select a room or space in the building, and let them free to install work they brought in, build a new work on site, or alter the site to create a work. To celebrate the opening of the exhibition and the building, the I.A.U.R. staged a benefit gala, the P.S. 1 Prom, elected a prom king and queen (Herb and Dorothy Vogel) and had a high school band provide dance music. A catalogue documenting the exhibition was published nearly a year later.

After Rooms closed, many of the artists stayed and rented studio space in the building but the I.A.U.R. lacked a long-term plan for the building. The casual administration of the Workspace program had led to non-occupancy of supposedly rented-out space, non-payment of rents by cash strapped artists, and other problems. The large size of the building created large demands for funding, maintenance, and administration. Discussions began in the summer of reforming the Workspace program and of creating other programming solutions for the building. Only a handful of performances and one other group exhibition, A Month of Sundays (September 19–October 10, 1976) were staged in P.S. 1 that year.

In December a fire at the Idea Warehouse forced the I.A.U.R. to give up that space. The Institute had disassociated itself from 10 Bleecker Street and returned the Coney Island site to the city, thus reducing the number of spaces to P.S. 1 and the Clocktower. Though the I.A.U.R. may have expected to continue finding new spaces for artists, if only for limited times, the acquisition of space had in fact come to an end.

1977–1979: An Increase in Programming

1977 saw the implementation of new programming produced by the discussions of the previous year. In January the first special projects opened. A set of rooms in the building, most or all on the second floor, were individually assigned to selected artists who then installed their artwork without supervision. Between ten and twenty artists usually participated in the program each season; they received mention in the seasonal press release and the I.A.U.R. produced a postcard for their show.

Another change was the transformation of the Workspace program into the National and International Studio Program. The National Program featured a juried selection process and charged selected artists a reduced rent for a year's tenancy. The International Program negotiated contracts with national cultural organizations of several countries. Those organizations pre-selected artists for final approval by the I.A.U.R., paid a fee for the studio, and supplied a stipend for the artist's stay in the United States. While these studio program changes were begun in 1977, the program formalized slowly. Through the next half decade national artists frequently rented studios for more than one year and initially most were still from New York City, though over time fewer applicants were familiar to the Institute. International participation grew slowly and comprised only a handful of artists in this time. Furthermore, it wasn't until 1984 that the national and international studio artists showed their work in a single annual group exhibition with a catalogue. Previously there had only been small group shows or individual artists had filtered into the Special Projects program or otherwise staged small exhibitions.

1977 also saw the formalization of the exhibition calendar for P.S. 1. The schedule featured four exhibition seasons, fall, early winter (November and December,) late winter (January and February,) and spring. Special projects, group exhibitions and other programs would share a single opening date. By 1981 the Institute switched over to a more consistent three season cycle of fall, winter, and spring. Meanwhile the Clocktower operated on a more irregular monthly or bimonthly rotation of exhibitions. Until 1997 no exhibitions were held during the summer months.

In the fall of 1978 another major programming initiative debuted. The Interdisciplinary or Multidisciplinary Program. A set of rooms in the school building were reserved each season for small curated exhibitions focused on specific media including film, video, photography, performance, dance, fashion, poetry, and architecture. Often the same individuals, such as Leandro Katz for film and Hollywood di Russo for fashion, curated their specific media for many years in a row.

Curated solo exhibitions and large group shows continued among these other programming initiatives. Significant group exhibitions in the late seventies include A Painting Show (May 2–May 29, 1977,) New York Avant-Garde/Works and Projects of the Seventies (October 9–November 6, 1977,) Indoor/Outdoor Sculpture Show (April 16–May 21, 1978,) and Sound (September 30–November 18, 1979) while solo exhibitions and programs at the P.S. 1 and the Clocktower included works by Jacki Apple, Jennifer Bartlett, Robert Ryman, Keith Sonnier, Min Tanaka, and many others.

The 1980s: International Activities

This pattern of programming would continue through the decade. Each exhibition season offered Special Projects, Interdisciplinary Projects, an exhibition of studio program participants, and curated group exhibitions and solo shows. The formal arrangement of Interdisciplinary Programming would stop by the end of the decade though sections such as architecture and fashion had ceased earlier. But Special Projects, studio program exhibitions, and the basic exhibition calendar persisted into the 1990s. During this period however the I.A.U.R. grew its involvement with international art. One source of involvement was the growth of the International Studio Program, but across the decade the Institute staged a succession of large and small exhibitions focused on art from other countries. One of the first such shows was Icebreakers: Contemporary Swedish Expressionists (November 11–December 11, 1982) followed the next year by Expressions: New Art from Germany (September 25–November 20, 1983) which helped introduce painters such as Georg Baselitz and Anselm Kiefer to an American audience. The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6–December 15, 1985) served the same role for contemporary Italian artists while in the spring of that same year exhibitions of Swedish photography, Mexican traditional art, and new art from Switzerland were held at P.S. 1. In 1986 Alanna Heiss curated an exhibition of the sculptor Isamu Noguchi at the 42nd Venice Biennale and in 1990 the exhibition Casinò Fantasma (May 24–July 15, 1990) at the 44th Venice Biennale. Exhibitions of international art and curatorial activities abroad remained an important part of the Institute through the 2000s.

The Clocktower continued presenting solo exhibitions (two at a time usually for a month run each) with occasional group shows and in the later 1980s staged a series of multi-part exhibitions examining a particular theme from multiple angles. These included the 1987–1988 four part The Pop Project; the 1988–1989 four part Here and There: Travels; the 1989 five part The Periphery; and the three part series CommuNYcation in 1990. The exhibition series concept was also carried out at P.S. 1 with 1987's Out of the Studio and 1988's Brazil Projects.

Finally, in 1988, the Institute and Art for Urban Resources changed its name to the Institute for Contemporary Art, P.S. 1 and the Clocktower Gallery. Despite using the name I.A.U.R. for sixteen years, the names of the locations, P.S. 1 and the Clocktower, seemed to be more commonly used. In 1976 and sporadically afterwards the I.A.U.R. had referred to P.S. 1 as Project Studios One and in the 1980s the name P.S. 1 Museum was tried out, but neither appellation persisted. Likewise now; despite the name change evidence is scant that the name Institute for Contemporary Art was much used practically.

The 1990s: Renovation and Reopening

The 1990s began much as the 1980s had proceeded. Significant exhibitions early in the decade included David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble, 1969–1990 (December 16, 1990–February 10, 1991) and Dennis Oppenheim: And the Mind Grew Fingers (December 8, 1991–February 9, 1992)—both of which travelled to other venues— and the group show Slow Art: Painting in New York Now (April 26–June 21, 1992.) Alanna Heiss curated a tribute to John Cage, The Swift Sound of Things: Cage & Co. at the 45th Venice Biennale in 1993. That fall P.S. 1 staged Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932–1956 (November 21, 1993–February 27, 1994.) Comprised entirely of works borrowed from institutions in the former Soviet Union during a period of political instability, the exhibition was a tremendous feat of planning and labor. Alanna Heiss' already busy European travel schedule was only compounded by Tunnel of Art, her project to mark the opening of the Channel Tunnel by bringing together artists for onsite conversations, and her curatorial work for the 1995 Lausanne Biennial in Switzerland.

In 1994 P.S. 1 began shutting its galleries for a long-planned and much needed renovation. When the building was first occupied in 1976 only the bare minimum of renovation was done. In the years since, P.S.1 had suffered chronic boiler issues, failing windows, flooding, and other structural deficiencies. The building also lacked an elevator, ramps, and loading dock for accessibility and art installing. The renovation designed by architect Frederick Fisher addressed those issues and also created space for a café and bookstore. Most importantly, Fisher's design turned the paved parking lot surrounded by a chain-link fence into a walled courtyard that served as the new main entry way. Previously, the public entrance was a small door on the building's western side that opened into a narrow stairwell. Now the public crossed the courtyard, ascended a wide stairs and entered through a bank of doors into a newly created foyer. The work was completed over the next three years. A handful of exhibitions appeared in the building in 1994 but none in 1995 and 1996. P.S. 1 also changed its name once again in advance of the reopening, now calling itself P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center.

The reopening in October 1997 was a significant event in the New York's cultural scene and produced a vast amount of national and international press coverage. Over two hundred artists participated in the ten separate group and solo exhibitions that opened on the same day. And with the reopening came new programs and initiatives. P.S. 1 had occasionally run educational programs for children and students but now ran more continuous and better funded classes and programs in renovated basement space. For the first time the exhibition calendar was year-round rather than simply spring, fall, and winter. To accompany summer exhibitions, in 1998 P.S. 1 staged the first series of weekend dance and music parties it named Warm Up and laid the foundation of what by 1999 developed into the Young Architects Program. The courtyard was also used for outdoor film programs and a themed family and community day of activities.

1999–Present: The Merger with MoMA and Beyond

In February 1999, still energized from the reopening a year before, P.S. 1 announced its merger with The Museum of Modern Art. The merger would be a slow ten-year process and was designed so that P.S. 1 would retain significant independence from the Museum. The merger provided P.S. 1 with greater financial security, administrative support, and access to MoMA's development resources. In return, MoMA demonstrated its continuing dedication to contemporary art by gaining an outlet for exhibiting more experimental artwork and for featuring programming by younger and emerging artists. The main visible sign of the merger in 1999 was Philip Johnson's Dance Pavilion the architect designed for that summer's Warm Up. Greater New York (February 27–May 30, 2000) was the first significant cooperative exhibition between the institutions. As a survey of young and emerging local artists, assembling the exhibition required a team of MoMA and PS1 curators to make numerous studio visits and sort through portfolios of hundreds of possible participants. In 2002, while rebuilding and expanding the 53rd street location, MoMA opened temporary galleries in Queens within walking distance of P.S. 1 offering more opportunities for cross-promotion and cooperative programming.

Through the 1990s the Clocktower Gallery had held fewer and fewer exhibitions (though they increased slightly in 1996 when P.S. 1 was closed.) The space was instead used as work space for the National and International Studio Program which also continued to occupy space at P.S. 1. The Clocktower's fitness for exhibitions was worsened by heightened security concerns in downtown Manhattan following the September 11th terror attacks, and in the first years of the new decade the studio program itself was being brought to a close. The likely reasons for ending the program include a greater number of similar programs in New York and around the country, scarcer funding, and a change in institutional priorities and interests. The National Studio Program ceased in 2003 and the International Program ended the following year with the exhibition Visa for Thirteen (April 25–June 1, 2004.) The Clocktower was refurbished and in 2004 Alanna Heiss began a new program there, an internet radio station called WPS1 featuring programs by and about artists.

In 2008 the merger with MoMA was complete and that December Alanna Heiss retired as Director. She retained use of the Clocktower Gallery and continued operating WPS1, now renamed Art International Radio. Heiss also resumed physical exhibitions in the downtown space.

In 2009 Klaus Biesenbach was named Director, only the second in the institution's history, and in 2010 the name was changed again, to MoMA PS1. Biesenbach initiated a variety of new programming including Sunday Sessions in the outdoor performance dome, the "Summer School" educational program, as well as a general increase in the amount of performance and other events at PS1, resembling the variety and breadth of activity of the institution in the 1970s. Warm Up and YAP continue as annual events amid an active exhibition program, and the institution remains a leading center of contemporary art in New York City and the world.

A Note on Names

MoMA PS1 was founded as the Institute for Art and Urban Resources (I.A.U.R.) in 1972, the articles of incorporation being signed more than a year after The Brooklyn Bridge Event and months after exhibitions began at 10 Bleecker Street. The I.A.U.R. name was not officially superseded until 1988 and still existed in some legal documents through 1999. After the P.S. 1 school building opened in 1976 and only the Clocktower Gallery remained as an additional exhibition space, the institution came to be informally referred to by those names, either one or both together depending on the context, and this practiced continued through the 2000s. Even today, as the full name MoMA PS1 becomes more commonly used, the shorter term PS1 may still be predominant. Only when the MoMA PS1 name became official in 2010 did the periods disappear from the orthography, previously it was always spelled P.S. 1.

The MoMA PS1 Archives is so called in keeping with archival practice of using the most recent institutional name represented in the collection. In the finding aid the name I.A.U.R. is used in conjunction with any activities prior to the opening of the P.S. 1 school building in 1976. After that point the name P.S. 1 is used when discussing the entire organization, and that name or the Clocktower used when referring to activities at the specific location. The name MoMA PS1 and the abbreviation PS1 are used when referring to the organization's current activities or when reflecting on institutional history from a present-day perspective. Some inconsistencies may yet persist despite efforts to standardize usage.


Scope and Content

The MoMA PS1 Archives is the comprehensive organizational records of PS1 starting with the very beginnings of the founding organization, the Institute for Art and Urban Resources (I.A.U.R.), in 1971. The records provide extensive important documentary evidence of an institution that was in the vanguard of non-profit spaces and at the heart of the 1970s and 1980s New York art world, and that continues to be a vital center for the exploration and exhibition of contemporary art to this day. Documentation of particular historical significance in the Archives includes records of the institution's founding and growth in the early 1970s; exhibition and curatorial records for nearly nine hundred exhibitions and events over thirty-five years; records of the press and communications department, materials documenting the National and International Studio Program and the publications program, and records of the founder and director Alanna Heiss. Additional series contain records of educational activities, the WPS1 internet radio station, and general administrative records, for a total of nine major series, each broken down into various subseries as dictated by the records. Brief descriptions of each series follow below. For more specific descriptions, please consult the scope and content note at the beginning of each series and subseries.

Series I is the primary group of records of exhibitions and curatorial activities and forms one quarter of the entire collection. Common records in Subseries I.A, general records, include contracts and correspondence with artists and curators, checklists, press releases, installation photography, exhibition proposals, internal memos and scheduling documents, installation records, artist CVs and artwork photography, articles and other research materials, artists' statements and curatorial statements for brochures and public materials. Loan forms and lender correspondence, condition reports, insurance checklists and shipping and crating documents are frequently present. Some exhibitions were developed elsewhere and shown at PS1 or created at PS1 and then travelled to other venues. In those cases common documentation here includes the marketing packages for the shows, contracts, shipping documents, photographs, checklists, and other documents of other appearances. There are some files present on unrealized exhibitions and files received from outside individuals and organizations of unrealized or unrelated exhibitions. Series I.B contains audio, video, and various digital files related to exhibitions. Much of the material may be actual artworks or pieces of works and been used in exhibitions or collected of possible inclusion in a show or simply as research. A small number of recordings were created by PS1 to document exhibitions or for other purposes, but on the whole this series is comprised of received or collected materials.

Series II contains the extensive records of the press office and communications activities. Subseries II.A is the primary run of press files containing press releases, news clippings, advertisements and exhibition ephemera such as postcards and seasonal brochures, installation photography, artwork photography as well as collected articles and other press on the institution and staff. Subseries II.B is a smaller set of press working files. Along with some material similar to the previous subseries, this group is more likely to contain preliminary drafts of press releases, correspondence and other documents related to the development of publicity materials, some publication documents and exhibition texts, and reports, memoranda, and other general institutional materials. Subseries II.C is a set of audio and video recordings. Some may have been produced by PS1, perhaps for press distribution, but most are received copies of news reports or other similar publicity about the institution. Additional subseries consist of a range of exhibition posters produced by PS1 from their earliest days through the 2000s, and a very small group of merchandise, most produced in relation to summer Warm Up events.

Series III contains records of the publication activities of the institute which from the earliest days emphasized producing exhibition catalogues and monographs to serve as permanent records of exhibitions. The main group of records, subseries III.A, includes such documentation as contracts, essay and other text drafts, correspondence with contributors, artwork and installation photography used for the catalogues and newsletters, materials concerning publishers and distribution. This series also contains records of newsletter publication and some ephemera production. Subseries III.B is more historically important, containing surviving documentation for an unrealized publication documenting the first five years of the I.A.U.R. up to and including Rooms in 1976. An outside editor conducted interviews with studio and exhibition participants and gathered photographs and other documentation, some of which was not previously in the institution's possession. Work ceased in 1980 without publication. Documents here include numerous copies and drafts of interview transcripts, early installation photographs and exhibition ephemera, as well as other documents,

Series IV is the record of the studio program from the early years of informal studio rental to the more rigorously administered National and International Studio Program. Application files on individual participants dominate and may contain applications and recommendations, contracts, CVs and portfolios, and some catalogue and exhibition material. Contracts, correspondence, memos, and other documents are present for the international program which was based on relationships with foreign cultural organizations. Additional documents include miscellaneous administrative documents and materials regarding the application and panel selection process.

Series V contains the extant records of educational programs and activities at PS1. Such programs began in the 1980s but were irregularly occurring. A larger, better subsidized program began after the institution reopened in 1997 and continued until around 2005. The records here are predominantly from the later period and include grant applications and reports and program descriptions, administrative materials from the various programs, photographs, and other documentation of activities.

In 2004 Alanna Heiss started an internet radio station called WPS1 in the then dormant Clocktower space. Series VI is a small set of records documenting this activity and includes programming recordings, publicity and promotional documents, program schedules and participant lists, with some other materials.

Series VII holds the records of Alanna Heiss and encompasses her entire range of activities as founder and director of PS1. The series is divided into five sections. Subseries VII.A is correspondence, while subseries VII.B contains records of Heiss's curatorial activities both at PS1 and at other venues. Subseries VII.C is composed of files of lectures, symposia, and other external activities Heiss participated in as an internationally known curator and leader in the world of nonprofit art spaces. Subseries VII.D is a small set of files relating to Heiss's extensive travels on institution business while the final subseries, VII.G, is composed of general and miscellaneous administrative and programming materials, and institutional documents.

Series VIII contains records of development, trustees, and membership. The 1970s witnessed the growth of government funding for the arts, particularly through the National Endowment for the Arts but also through state institutions. PS1 was a major benefactor of this new largesse, but also relied on more traditional support such as a board of trustees and an actively cultivated group of patrons and donors. Subseries VIII.A holds records particularly of the board of trustees and contains many files of meeting agendas and minutes along with reports and meeting-related administrative materials. Subseries VIII.B is development special event and exhibition files that contain materials related to specific fundraising events and those activities undertaken for particular exhibitions. Subseries VIII.C and VIII.D are grant application files for the National Endowment of the Arts and the New York State Council on the Arts. Both series contain extensive applications files as well as grant reports and updates, correspondence with the agencies, and other records. Through these files one can see how exhibition proposals developed over time and find important evidence of projects that were planned but never realized. Subseries VIII.E contains records of the patrons council, a group of steady contributors, and the membership program. The records display strategies PS1 undertook to fund its growth as it transitioned into a mature, persistent institution. Subseries VIII.F through VIII.H are separate groups of files devoted to individual supporters, nonprofit philanthropic organizations, and corporate donors. In these files are records of giving histories, particular instances of support, and request letters and other communications from the institution seeking support. The final subseries, VIII.I, contains miscellaneous and administrative development files, as well as memos, reports, and other institutional documents.

The final series in the collection holds general administrative files. Series IX collects administrative records from different eras and institution staff and provides views into the operation of all aspects of PS1. Subseries IX.A is devoted to correspondence from different program heads and administrators. Subseries IX.B is a group of files on other cultural organizations and the community of institutions PS1 belonged to while subseries IX.C comprises files on local government and community organizations and concerns PS1's relationship to Long Island City and Queens. Subseries IX.D contains records relating to the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA.) The DCA was PS1's main support, providing its operating budget, paying for capital projects and improvements, and holding the lease to the P.S. 1 school building. The bulk of these records concern budget requests and reports with some other files. Subseries IX.E is related as it holds building and renovation files. The P.S. 1 school building was notoriously dilapidated and its structural problems persisted despite repeated repairs and stop gap efforts. Records here concern issues like asbestos removal and boiler repair. But the larger portion of this subseries concerns the major renovations and rehabilitation undertaken between 1994 and 1997 and the second phase of activity occurring after the 1997 reopening. Bid books, reports, memos, and other technical documents predominate. Subseries IX.F is primarily a small set of financial reports prepared by an outside auditor recapping successive fiscal year finances. The final subseries, IX.G, collects miscellaneous and assorted administrative materials.


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

The records are open for research except for the following restricted materials. Records of the Board of Trustees and associated committees are closed to the public along with all files relating to specific individual, corporate, and non-profit donors. These files include all of series VIII.A and series VIII.E through VIII.H. All primary building files, series IX.E, are also restricted. Among other records those that are permanently closed to the public include loan forms, condition reports and damage documentation, exhibition contracts, and artwork shipping and return documents. Documents that discuss or relate to an artwork's value, such as insurance checklists, are closed for twenty-five years from the date of creation. Additionally, a small number of personnel record files have been restricted. As necessary, restricted materials have been removed from folders and entire folders removed from the publicly accessible files though those files' descriptions remain in the finding aid. If Museum staff wish to view any of these materials they should contact the Museum Archives.

Due to condition and concerns about durability, all Umatic cassettes in the collection are closed to staff and the public. Other audio and video recordings and other digital files may be inaccessible or unplayable due to format without being noted as such.

Ownership and Literary Rights

The MoMA PS1 Archives are the physical property of The Museum of Modern Art. Rights to work produced during the normal course of PS1 business resides with The Museum of Modern Art. Literary rights including copyright belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. For further information, and to obtain permission to publish or reproduce, contact the Museum Archives.


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:
Biesenbach, Klaus
Blumberg, Linda
Darien, Gwen
Finkelpearl, Tom
Guerrero, Antoine
Heiss, Alanna
Kismaric, Carole
Leffingwell, Edward G.
Lynch, Ronald
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
Reichard, Stephen
Vasconcellos, Anthony
Subjects:
Document Types:


Related Material

Because of MoMA PS1's long exhibition history materials concerning artists who passed through its doors may be found throughout other collections in the Museum Archives. The Museum Library possesses copies of every PS1 publication as well as catalogues of other shows that were held at MoMA PS1. Outside the Museum, the Getty Research Institute holds, in the Long Beach Museum of Art Video Archive, copies of the six of the Collectors of the Seventies video documentaries (see I.B.1 through I.B.9.) This is the only other known publicly accessible collection of those recordings. In 2010, the Archives of American Art (AAA) conducted an oral history interview with Alanna Heiss as part of the Elizabeth Murray Oral History of Women in the Visual Arts project. That transcript will be available on the AAA website.


Separated Material

Catalogues, ephemera, and other printed materials, when duplicates existed or the materials were not associated with work files or other records, were given to the Museum Library for retention or dispersal.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Long version: MoMA PS1 Archives, [series.folder]. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York.

Short version: MoMA PS1, [series.folder]. MoMA Archives, NY.

Provenance

The records constituting the MoMA PS1 Archives were held in storage by MoMA PS1 in the PS1 school building in Long Island City, Queens. Records created prior to the opening of that building in 1976, and records created and used at the lower Manhattan Clocktower Gallery after 1976, were at some point relocated to the Queens building for storage and use. Within the school building different spaces were used as offices at different times and records were occasionally moved around and removed from offices for storage. During the closing and renovation from 1994 and 1997 evidence shows a concerted effort was made to pack and label records for safekeeping. From all these causes, and despite intentions to the contrary, a large quantity of the records lost their original order and identification. As file drawers of records were packed into boxes those boxes were often inadequately labeled and then separated from each other over time. Records of one activity or department were dispersed and intermingled at a box level with records from other activities and departments. In contrast, a small fraction of the records, primarily records of the press office, development, and some records of the director and administration, had been retained in filing cabinets in their offices of origin and in consequence retained a significant degree of original order.

Between December 2008 and February 2009 the project archivist surveyed the records in situ to identify all records considered to be of archival value. In March 2009 approximately 450 linear feet of material was removed from the PS1 building to Museum Archives storage in Long Island City. Curatorial and other records dating from after 2005 were retained by PS1. In August 2011 archives staff returned to PS1 to survey records displaced and uncovered by recent office moves and removed an additional thirty-five feet of records. MoMA PS1 is currently being integrated into the museum's records management program and all future records of archival value will enter the Museum Archives from the records management cycle.

Processing and Condition Information

The bulk of the collection is less than forty years old and thus the collection as a whole is in good condition. In processing, staples and other metal fasteners were removed; folders and other housings were discarded or replaced with acid-free equivalents; photographs, negatives and other photographic materials were rehoused in polyester sleeves; and acidic and other unstable materials were isolated or encapsulated as appropriate. Due to their instability and acidity, news clippings and thermofax correspondence were photocopied and the originals discarded. One small set of records in the collection was discovered to have sustained severe water damage and mold growth of which approximately forty folders were salvageable. These materials were vacuumed and cleaned but patrons must use gloves when handling these fragile items. A small amount of other records sustained minor rodent damage. All instances of significant damage have been specifically noted.

Accruals

Since the bulk of the records was removed from PS1 in February 2009 and August 2011 only a small amount of material has been added. Those materials received were integrated into the collection without special note.


Exhibition Documentation Index Note

If a folder has significant documentation pertaining to one or more exhibitions, those exhibitions are listed below the folder description. Following the exhibition title is the list of document types contained in that folder. The following terms are used in the index entries, representing the most important and frequently requested types of exhibition documentation:

Checklist: Only final or apparently complete checklists are indexed; draft or partial checklists may be noted but not indexed.

Press release: Press releases containing significant information about an exhibition are indexed. PS1 generally issued releases not only on specific exhibitions but also seasonal releases listing all exhibitions on view at one time. Those seasonal releases, while important documentation, are not indexed for individual shows.

Installation Photographs: Only when the specific exhibition is clearly identified is this index term used. The Archives contains extensive unlabeled or unidentified images.

Printed Ephemera: This index term covers posters, postcards, brochures, pamphlets, and other items produced as handouts or advertisements. Exhibition catalogues are indexed with this term when present but also specifically noted in the general description.

News Clippings: This index term includes calendar listings and advertisements as well as newspaper and magazine articles and exhibition reviews.

Art and Event Photographs: This category covers all exhibition related photography apart from installation photography.

Loan Forms and Condition Reports: Condition reports include various records documenting the physical condition of artworks at the beginning, during, and following an exhibition. All loan forms and condition reports are closed to the public.

General Exhibition Documentation: This term is used for documentation not otherwise covered by the above terms. It includes exhibition proposals, curator and artist correspondence, catalogue or label texts, internal memos, installation plans and documents, research materials, artist CVs and portfolios, and other documents. The term is used for items that may have actually been used in an exhibition such as video or audio recordings. Many materials indexed with this term may not contain concrete information on the exhibition yet are part of its complete extant documentation and can contribute to a broader understanding of the project.

The index created by aggregating the index entries can be viewed as part of the Exhibition History List. Clicking on the "List of related folders" link below an exhibition will display the list of folders in the archives sorted by type of documentation they contain like so:

The Brooklyn Bridge Event (May 21-May 24, 1971)
The Brooklyn Bridge

Artists in the exhibition
List of related folders

Press Release
I.A.2
I.A.3
III.B.90
Installation Photographs
II.A.1
II.A.2
II.A.3
II.A.4
General Exhibition Documentation
I.A.2
III.B.4
III.B.12
III.B.14
III.B.21

Exhibitions lacking the related folders link and list have no direct documentation in the Archives. Information on such exhibitions may yet be found, particularly among seasonal press releases or other aggregated documentation.

If seeking documents concerning particular artists, a researcher should first search the finding aid for occurrences of the name. The Artists Index lists all artists who have appeared in exhibitions at PS1 over forty years with the names of the exhibitions they were in. Clicking on the exhibition titles below an artist's name will lead the user to the exhibition page and the list of folders for that exhibition where they may find documentation on the artist in question.


Container List

 

Series II: Press and Communications Office Records (1971–2008)

The records of Series II comprise the main body of records for the press office. The press office produced press releases, postcards, posters, brochures, press photography, and other materials to promote specific exhibitions and events. The office also collected news clippings, reviews, profiles, interviews, and other published material about exhibitions, staff, and the institution as a whole, and was the custodian of exhibition installation photography. All these materials remained useful over the years and served as an important resource for the institution, thus a large proportion of the files were well organized and still stored in the press office file cabinets. Among the other series in the collection, the press office files retained a strong degree of original order. The four subseries are described below.

 

Subseries II.A: Exhibition and Programming Press Materials, News Clippings, and Installation Photography (1971–2008)

Scope and Content

The main body of press files is Subseries II.A. These files contain press releases, postcards and other ephemera, news clippings, and installation photography of numerous exhibitions and events. The files also contain checklists, background material on artists and curators, and artwork photography-images usually received or produced before an exhibition and sent out to accompany press releases. The press office regularly placed listings in magazine and newspaper cultural calendars, and copies of those listings are included here along with the frequent advertisements placed for exhibitions and events. Copies of articles published on exhibitions and on the institution were obtained and held in these files. Many collected articles concern Long Island City and the wider arts community and serve to illustrate the geographical and social context of PS1's activity. In keeping with the office's role as institutional historian, many exhibition history lists from all different eras are found in these files.

A Note on the Exhibition Index

Subseries I.A and Subseries II.A together contain the majority of direct exhibition documentation in the MoMA PS1 Archives. Most files in subseries II.A are indexed with the types of documentation they contain on particular exhibitions and the online Exhibition History List includes the list of extant folders documenting each show across the collection. If a folder is not indexed for a particular exhibition it is not considered to have significant documentation for that show though it may contain references to it. Researchers seeking information on exhibitions, especially those with scant surviving record, are encouraged to consult the seasonal materials that might be available for that time period. See the Exhibition Documentation Index Note for further explanation of the index.

Arrangement

The heart of these files is a chronological run of folders concerning specific exhibitions that was stored in filing cabinets in the press office until 2008. Installation and other photography was present occasionally in this series of folders but was predominantly stored separately in large three-ring binders; additional press records were found in other parts of PS1. All of those materials were aggregated into a single chronological order. General newspaper and magazine articles about the institution, individuals, and the neighborhood, have been grouped together into single folders by their general season (i.e. "Spring and Fall General Articles.")

Folder Title Date
II.A.1 The Brooklyn Bridge Event

Numerous color slides of artworks with some images of artists; many of the photographs likely taken by Tina Girouard.

The Brooklyn Bridge Event (May 21-May 24, 1971): Installation Photographs

1971
II.A.2 The Brooklyn Bridge Event and Later Slides

Numerous color slides of artworks with some images of artists. Includes slides of Sidney Geist's and others' studios at 10 Bleecker Street and slides of Philip Glass' performance at the Idea Warehouse. Many of the Brooklyn Bridge photographs likely taken by Tina Girouard.

The Brooklyn Bridge Event (May 21-May 24, 1971): Installation Photographs
Philip Glass Ensemble: "Music in Twelve Parts" (February 2-February 23, 1975): Installation Photographs

1971-1975
II.A.3 The Brooklyn Bridge Event

Numerous color slides of artworks with some images of artists; many of the photographs likely taken by Tina Girouard.

The Brooklyn Bridge Event (May 21-May 24, 1971): Installation Photographs

1971
II.A.4 Early Installation Negatives

4" x 5" negatives in paper sleeves labeled "Brooklyn Bridge," "Charlemagne" [Palestine], [Zadik] "Zadikian Street Worker […]," "Tina Girouard," "and "Caroline Goodden at P.S. 1." Only the Brooklyn Bridge images and other images of a work by Richard Mock at the Clocktower can be positively identified.

The Brooklyn Bridge Event (May 21-May 24, 1971): Installation Photographs
Discussions: Works/Words (May 11-June 30, 1974): General Exhibition Documentation
Zadik Zadikian: Billboard Painting (November 9, 1974): Installation Photographs
7 Sunday Poetry Readings (April 3-May 29, 1977): Installation Photographs

circa 1970s
II.A.5 News Clippings on Alanna Heiss and the I.A.U.R.

1972-1973
II.A.6 Workspace Press Clippings

1972-1973
II.A.7 News Clippings

Multiple copies of news clippings from numerous exhibitions and articles on the Workspace program, P.S. 1, and alternative spaces in general; with exhibition-related text on Giuseppe Panza.

Artists Occupy Police Headquarters...By Request of Police (December 16, 1972): News Clippings
Joel Shapiro: Sculpture (April 12-April 28, 1973): News Clippings
James Bishop (May 31-June 24, 1973): News Clippings
Jene Highstein (October 1-October 31, 1973): News Clippings
Lynda Benglis: Sparkle Knots (December 6, 1973-January 19, 1974): News Clippings
Alan Saret: Drawings and Sculpture (February 7-March 9, 1974): News Clippings
Geoffrey Hendricks: Performance (September 21-September 23, 1974): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings
Steve Gianakos: Recent Works (November 20-December 21, 1974): News Clippings
Philip Glass Ensemble: "Music in Twelve Parts" (February 2-February 23, 1975): News Clippings
Collectors of the Seventies, Part II: John Kaldor and Stanley Marsh (May-June, 1975 [specific dates unknown]): News Clippings
Ideas at the Idea Warehouse (June 16-July 11, 1975): News Clippings
Collectors of the Seventies, Part III: "A Collection in Progress" - Milton Brutten and Helen Herrick (September 18-October 18, 1975): News Clippings
Jared Bark: "Lights: On/Off" and "The Neutron Readings" (October 10-October 18, 1975): News Clippings
Collectors of the Seventies, Part IV: "The Sohm Archives - Selections from the Fluxus Section" (November 20, 1975-January 3, 1976): News Clippings
Colette: Room Environment Installation (December 18, 1975-January 17, 1976): News Clippings
Eleanor Antin: Exhibition and Performance (January 15-January 31, 1976): News Clippings
Marjorie Strider: Tower Project (February 26-March 13, 1976): News Clippings
Dada Soirée (March 7-March 8, 1976): News Clippings
Michael Asher (March 20-April 10, 1976): News Clippings
Collectors of the Seventies, Part V: Dr. Giuseppe Panza di Biumo (May 15-June 25, 1976): News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation
Alain Kirili: Open Studio Project (May 21-May 31, 1976): Press Release
Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): News Clippings
Malcolm Morley (October 7-October 30, 1976): News Clippings

1972-1977
II.A.8 "Facilities" Building Photographs

Photographs of an unidentified studio at 10 Bleecker Street, an exterior photograph of the Bleecker building, performance space at the Idea Warehouse at 22 Reade Street, Cara Croninger's studio at 108 Leonard Street, and other building images.

circa 1973
II.A.9 10 Bleecker Street Studio Photographs

Installation photographs of a work by Nancy Holt with images of topographical drawings.

Recent Work: Power Boothe, Peter Downsborough, Nancy Holt, Clark Murray, Jim Reineking (July 15-August 5, 1972): Installation Photographs

circa 1973
II.A.10 Artwork Photographs by Les Levine and Tina Girouard

Photographs of one artwork by each artist.

1973-1975
II.A.11 Joel Shapiro

Joel Shapiro: Sculpture (April 12-April 28, 1973): Press Release; News Clippings

1973
II.A.12 Charlotte Moorman

Includes installation photographs of Moorman, who performed nude, covered in chocolate, on a bed of fake grass and plastic eggs.

Charlotte Moorman: Easter Cello Recital (April 22, 1973): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1973
II.A.13 James Bishop and Charlotte Moorman

Charlotte Moorman: Easter Cello Recital (April 22, 1973): News Clippings
James Bishop (May 31-June 24, 1973): News Clippings

1973
II.A.14 James Bishop

James Bishop (May 31-June 24, 1973): News Clippings

1973
II.A.15 Small Art Centers Conference Press Clippings

Clippings of the second annual conference organized by the I.A.U.R.

1973
II.A.16 Jene Highstein

Jene Highstein (October 1-October 31, 1973): News Clippings

1973
II.A.17 Jene Highstein Artwork Slides

Eight images of Highstein's sculptures at various locations.

1971-1976
II.A.18 Richard Nonas

Richard Nonas (October 17-November 8, 1973): Printed Ephemera

1973
II.A.19 Richard Nonas Artwork Slides

Images of Nonas sculptures installed at various outdoor sites.

1972-1975
II.A.20 Richard Nonas Studio Images

Two slides marked "Richard Nonas studio view 1971."

circa 1971
II.A.21 Lynda Benglis

Lynda Benglis: Sparkle Knots (December 6, 1973-January 19, 1974): News Clippings

1973
II.A.22 Miscellaneous Photographs of Alanna Heiss and Others

Envelope in file labeled: "Alanna at Conference (Small Art Centers) May 11 and 12, 1973, Federal Hall, NYC: Three Pictures. John Hightower addressing the conference: Two pictures." Numerous photographs of events and openings, frequently with Alanna Heiss and all unlabeled; with some building press photographs and other images. Includes an installation image of a Vito Acconci work (ladders suspended from the P.S. 1 façade) likely from the Sound series of events, and a photograph of Alanna in front of a Bob Thompson painting, likely from Underknown.

Special Projects (Fall 1979): Sound (September 30-November 18, 1979): Installation Photographs
Underknown (October 14-December 9, 1984): Art and Event Photographs

1970s-1980s
II.A.23 Alan Saret

Alan Saret: Drawings and Sculpture (February 7-March 9, 1974): News Clippings

1974
II.A.24 Klaus Rinke

Includes copies of one Italian news clipping, installation photographs (some with extensive notes on verso), and a later one-sentence description of the exhibition by the artist, perhaps for Placing the Artist.

Klaus Rinke (April 4-May 4, 1974): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1974-circa 1980
II.A.25* Discussions: Works/Words

Discussions: Works/Words (May 11-June 30, 1974): Printed Ephemera

1974
II.A.26 Discussions: Works/Words

Discussions: Works/Words (May 11-June 30, 1974): Installation Photographs

1974
II.A.27 Geoffrey Hendricks

Geoffrey Hendricks: Performance (September 21-September 23, 1974): News Clippings

1974
II.A.28 1974 Mission Statement and Press Release of Fall Exhibitions of the I.A.U.R. and Clocktower Gallery

1974
II.A.29 I.A.U.R. Press Release

Press Release introducing and explaining the I.A.U.R. and it's various activities.

1974
II.A.30 Press Release of The Clocktower's Fall Schedule

1974
II.A.31 Billy Apple Installation Photographs

Three photographs labeled "Kenneth Gilberg" but apparently showing Billy Apple creating his artwork by sanding bare strips of the gallery floor.

Billy Apple: 5 Subtractive Connections (September 13-September 14, 1974): Installation Photographs

undated
II.A.32 C. Bryan Hunt

C. Bryan Hunt: Recent Works (October 17-November 16, 1974): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1974
II.A.33 Zadik Zadikian

Zadik Zadikian: Billboard Painting (November 9, 1974): Press Release

1974
II.A.34 Steve Gianakos

Steve Gianakos: Recent Works (November 20-December 21, 1974): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1974
II.A.35 Artists Make Toys

News clippings and assorted slides of the exhibition and opening.

Artists Make Toys (January 1-January 25, 1975): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1974-1975
II.A.36 1975-1989 Installation Photographs

Miscellaneous slides including unlabelled apparent installation slides of Artists Make Toys (marked as "January 1975 Clocktower"); installation images of Theatergarden in Poitiers, France; staff photographs, and small quantities of images from other exhibitions.

Artists Make Toys (January 1-January 25, 1975): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1981) (February 17-April 6, 1981): Installation Photographs
National Studio Artists 1980-1981 (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs
Sound (Fall 1981): Michelle Stuart: Correspondences (October 18-December 13, 1981): Installation Photographs
Fashion (Winter 1982): Willi Smith: Art as Damaged Goods (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1984) (October 14-December 9, 1984): Installation Photographs
Synesthetics: Writers and Artists (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
Troyan Tecau: Icons and Spikes (March 14-April 7, 1985): Installation Photographs
Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England and Germany (April 26-June 21, 1987): Installation Photographs
Theatergarden Bestiarium (January 15-March 12, 1989): Installation Photographs
Dennis Oppenheim: And the Mind Grew Fingers (December 8, 1991-February 9, 1992): Installation Photographs

1975-1989
II.A.37 Philip Glass

Philip Glass Ensemble: "Music in Twelve Parts" (February 2-February 23, 1975): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1975
II.A.38 Scott Burton

Scott Burton: Solitary-Behavior Tableaux (March 18-March 30, 1975): Installation Photographs

1975
II.A.39 Robert Janz

Includes artist's statement.

Robert Janz: Six Sticks (March 23-March 29, 1975): Press Release; Installation Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

1975
II.A.40 Press Releases

Releases for numerous exhibitions; the ones listed below are only for those not found in other files. Also includes artist's statement by Robert Janz for his work, Six Sticks.

Robert Janz: Six Sticks (March 23-March 29, 1975): General Exhibition Documentation
Slingshot by Sylvia Whitman (May 2-May 3, 1975): Press Release
Collectors of the Seventies, Part II: John Kaldor and Stanley Marsh (May-June, 1975 [specific dates unknown]): Press Release
Five Thursday Poetry Readings at the Clocktower (February 12-March 11, 1976): Press Release
Marjorie Strider: Tower Project (February 26-March 13, 1976): Press Release
Dada Soirée (March 7-March 8, 1976): Press Release
David Rabinowitch (September 16-October 2, 1976): Press Release
Bob Yasuda: Installation/Wall Paintings (November 13-December 4, 1976): Press Release
Susan Smith: Special Project (April 17-May 31, 1977): Press Release
Special Projects (May 1977) (May 1-May 29, 1977): Press Release

1975-1977
II.A.41 Charlemagne Palestine

Charlemagne Palestine: "Strumming Music for Bosendorfer Piano" (April 11-April 13, 1975): Installation Photographs

1975
II.A.42 Collectors of the Seventies, Part I

Collectors of the Seventies, Part I: Dorothy and Herbert Vogel (April 19-May 17, 1975): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1975
II.A.43 Collectors of the Seventies, Part I

Includes invitation, postcard, photographs of the Vogels in the Clocktower, and photographs from a video monitor apparently of the later Collectors video.

Collectors of the Seventies, Part I: Dorothy and Herbert Vogel (April 19-May 17, 1975): Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

1975-circa 1977
II.A.44 Collectors of the Seventies, Part II:

Prints and contact sheets of a video of Stanley Marsh (possibly the later Collectors of the 1970's video) taken from a television monitor.

Collectors of the Seventies, Part II: John Kaldor and Stanley Marsh (May-June, 1975 [specific dates unknown]): Art and Event Photographs

1975-circa 1977
II.A.45 Sylvia Whitman

Slingshot by Sylvia Whitman (May 2-May 3, 1975): Installation Photographs

1975
II.A.46 Douglas Davis

Veiled Unveiled: An Object (Unveiled) Douglas Davis (May 5-May 17, 1975): Press Release; Installation Photographs

1975
II.A.47 Early News Clipping on I.A.U.R.'s Plan to Occupy First Ward School

Daily News article on the I.A.U.R.'s interest in taking over the P.S. 1. school building.

5/22/1975
II.A.48 Ideas at the Idea Warehouse

Ideas at the Idea Warehouse (June 16-July 11, 1975): Press Release; News Clippings

1975
II.A.49 Article on the Clocktower Exhibition Space

"Barnraising," Newsweek.

7/21/1975
II.A.50 Collectors of the Seventies, Part III

Collectors of the Seventies, Part II: John Kaldor and Stanley Marsh (May-June, 1975 [specific dates unknown]): News Clippings
Collectors of the Seventies, Part III: "A Collection in Progress" - Milton Brutten and Helen Herrick (September 18-October 18, 1975): Press Release; News Clippings
Collectors of the Seventies, Part V: Dr. Giuseppe Panza di Biumo (May 15-June 25, 1976): News Clippings

1975
II.A.51 Collectors of the Seventies, Part III

Photographs and contact sheets of images taken of video monitors from the Collectors of the 1970s video series, mainly of Brutten and Herrick but also of some of the other figures profiled.

Collectors of the Seventies, Part III: "A Collection in Progress" - Milton Brutten and Helen Herrick (September 18-October 18, 1975): Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

1975-1977
II.A.52* Miscellaneous Installation Photographs

Includes an image of Dennis Oppenheim's A Way Station for Launching an Obsolete Power...., 1979, (exhibited in either 1979 or 1980), and Choices-Decision Making Sculpture by Phil Simkin, 1976, as well as some images apparently of education classes.

New Urban Landscapes (October 1, 1975-January 31, 1977): Installation Photographs

circa 1970s
II.A.53 New Urban Landscapes

One clipping in Italian only.

New Urban Landscapes (October 1, 1975-January 31, 1977): News Clippings

1975
II.A.54 Jared Bark

Jared Bark: "Lights: On/Off" and "The Neutron Readings" (October 10-October 18, 1975): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1975
II.A.55 Jared Bark

Numerous prints of the performance.

Jared Bark: "Lights: On/Off" and "The Neutron Readings" (October 10-October 18, 1975): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera

1975
II.A.56 Collectors of the Seventies, Part IV

Collectors of the Seventies, Part IV: "The Sohm Archives - Selections from the Fluxus Section" (November 20, 1975-January 3, 1976): Press Release; News Clippings

1975
II.A.57 Collectors of the Seventies, Part IV

Collectors of the Seventies, Part IV: "The Sohm Archives - Selections from the Fluxus Section" (November 20, 1975-January 3, 1976): Installation Photographs

1975
II.A.58 Colette

Colette: Room Environment Installation (December 18, 1975-January 17, 1976): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1975
II.A.59 Charlemagne Palestine and Carol Parker

Charlemagne Palestine and Carol Parker: Dual Installation (December 20-December 31, 1975): Printed Ephemera

1975
II.A.60 Rooms and other 1976 Installation Photographs

Prints of Marjorie Strider's Rooms artwork and of artists installing a Robert Grosvenor sculpture, with slides of other Rooms works; one slide of Marjorie Strider at the Clocktower; and images of the Bonwit Teller windows.

Marjorie Strider: Tower Project (February 26-March 13, 1976): Installation Photographs
Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Installation Photographs
Lynn Hershman: 25 Windows, a Portrait/Project for Bonwit Teller (October 28-November 2, 1976): Installation Photographs

1976
II.A.61 P.S. 1 Mailing Labels

circa 1976
II.A.62 Robert Lobe 1976 Artwork Slides

With some unrelated images.

1976-1986
II.A.63 Eleanor Antin

Eleanor Antin: Exhibition and Performance (January 15-January 31, 1976): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1976
II.A.64 Eleanor Antin

Eleanor Antin: Exhibition and Performance (January 15-January 31, 1976): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera

1976
II.A.65 Five Thursday Poetry Readings at the Clocktower

Includes layout for the exhibition postcard.

Five Thursday Poetry Readings at the Clocktower (February 12-March 11, 1976): Press Release

1976
II.A.66 Robert Grosvenor

Robert Grosvenor (February 15-March 6, 1976): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1976
II.A.67 Marjorie Strider

Marjorie Strider: Tower Project (February 26-March 13, 1976): Press Release; News Clippings

1976
II.A.68 Marjorie Strider

Includes photocopies of the artist's planning notes for the exhibition and other material submitted for Placing the Artist. Some images dated 1977 and labeled "Clocktower (1977)" may be related to Strider's appearance in that year's New York Avant-Garde exhibition.

Marjorie Strider: Tower Project (February 26-March 13, 1976): Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation
New York Avant-Garde/Works and Projects of the Seventies (October 9-November 6, 1977): Installation Photographs

1976-1977
II.A.69 Robert Janz

Includes typescript description of Line on a Walk, artist correspondence, and interview transcript.

Robert Janz: Line on a Walk (March-April, 1976 [specific dates unknown]): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1976
II.A.70 Dada Soirée

Dada Soirée (March 7-March 8, 1976): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1976
II.A.71 Michael Asher

Michael Asher (March 20-April 10, 1976): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1976
II.A.72 Work for the Unemployed

Includes photograph of preparatory drawing.

Saul Ostrow: "Work for the Unemployed" (March 29-April 9, 1976): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs

1976
II.A.73 Judith Shea

Includes installation slides and prints, with sketches by the artist.

Judith Shea: Open Studio Presentation (April 8-April 10, 1976): Press Release; Installation Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

1976
II.A.74 Delayed Flux New Year's Eve Event

Prints of various activities of the day and of the oversized fake fan blades hung from the Clocktower's clock face.

Delayed Flux New Year's Eve Event (April 18, 1976): Installation Photographs

1976
II.A.75 Collectors of the Seventies, Part V

Collectors of the Seventies, Part V: Dr. Giuseppe Panza di Biumo (May 15-June 25, 1976): Press Release; News Clippings

1976
II.A.76 Collectors of the Seventies, Part V

Includes prints showing Panza, his home, and his collection.

Collectors of the Seventies, Part V: Dr. Giuseppe Panza di Biumo (May 15-June 25, 1976): Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

1976
II.A.77 Alain Kirili

Alain Kirili: Open Studio Project (May 21-May 31, 1976): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1976
II.A.78 Rooms

Includes exhibition poster and invitation to the P.S. 1 Prom, the inaugural party and fundraiser.

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1976
II.A.79 Rooms

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Press Release; News Clippings

1976
II.A.80 Photocopy of "Rooms" Installation Floor Plan

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): General Exhibition Documentation

1976
II.A.81 Rooms Artwork Photographs

Labeled images of artworks exhibited.

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Art and Event Photographs

1976
II.A.82 Rooms Installation Slides

Various installation images with some unidentified and other unrelated images.

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Installation Photographs

1976
II.A.83 Rooms Installation Photographs

Fifty-nine black-and-white prints, most 8" x 10," originally loose in padded mailing envelope; more than half labeled. Includes images of P.S. 1 spaces as found prior to occupation by the I.A.U.R.

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Installation Photographs

1976
II.A.84 Rooms Installation Photographs

Sixty black-and-white prints, most 8" x 10," originally loose in padded mailing envelope; more than half labeled.

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Installation Photographs

1976
II.A.85 Rooms Installation Photographs

Twenty-six black-and-white 8" x 10" prints of artworks, most labeled by hand; includes group photo of participating artists and news clippings.

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Installation Photographs

1976
II.A.86 Rooms Installation Slides

Color slides showing artworks in Rooms taken by "A. West" but otherwise unlabeled, including images of works by Charles Simonds, Marjorie Strider, Richard Serra, and others; with some images of the exterior of the building.

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Installation Photographs

1976
II.A.87 Rooms Installation Photographs

Eight black-and-white prints installations, showing works by David Rabinowitch, Lucio Pozzi, and others.

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Installation Photographs

1976
II.A.88 Rooms Installation Slides

Numerous pages of slides in alphabetic order by artist. Includes some images of later permanent or semi-permanent

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Installation Photographs
Vertical Painting Series: William Kentridge: Stair Procession (May 21, 2000-[ongoing]): Installation Photographs

1976
II.A.89 David Rabinowitch

David Rabinowitch (September 16-October 2, 1976): Press Release

1976
II.A.90 Malcolm Morley

Malcolm Morley (October 7-October 30, 1976): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1976
II.A.91 25 Windows, Portrait/Project for Bonwit Teller

Lynn Hershman: 25 Windows, a Portrait/Project for Bonwit Teller (October 28-November 2, 1976): Press Release; News Clippings

1976
II.A.92 25 Windows, Portrait/Project for Bonwit Teller

Lynn Hershman: 25 Windows, a Portrait/Project for Bonwit Teller (October 28-November 2, 1976): Installation Photographs

1976
II.A.93 Simone Forti

Simone Forti (October 29-October 31, 1976): Press Release; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1976
II.A.94 Bob Yasuda

Bob Yasuda: Installation/Wall Paintings (November 13-December 4, 1976): Press Release

1976
II.A.95 Liturgy for Lives of a Cell

Liturgy for Lives of a Cell (December 18-December 19, 1976): Press Release

1976
II.A.96 Articles on P.S. 1 and Alternative Spaces

Includes "Other Voices, Other Rooms: The Rise of the Alternative Space," from Art in America, a New York Magazine article by Thomas B. Hess, and pages of SoHo Confidential magazine with a squib on the I.A.U.R. financial situation.

1977
II.A.97 Seasonal Calendar and Press Release of Exhibitions

The multi-page press release covers all performances exhibitions and other activities in April and May, 1977; the poster-sized calendar details the same for September through December, 1977.

1977
II.A.98 Clocktower and P.S. 1 Press Releases

Numerous seasonal and individual press releases from both locations including many individual releases from special projects; also includes brochure from Friday Architects.

Special Projects (Winter 1977) (January 1-March 1, 1977): Press Release
Architecture (Winter 1979-1980): Friday Architects: "Projective Images" (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): Printed Ephemera
Royden Rabinowitch (February 13-March 8, 1980): Press Release

1977-1980
II.A.99 1977 Installation and Artwork Photographs and Ephemera

Prints of works by Rebecca Horn, Ree Morton, Rosemarie Castoro, Lucio Pozzi, and others; with some postcards and handbills.

Special Projects (Winter 1977) (January 1-March 1, 1977): Installation Photographs
Lucio Pozzi: 4 Windows (January 9-June 5, 1977): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera
Subject...to Change (February 24-March 19, 1977): Printed Ephemera
Lucio Pozzi: Floor Reading, A Short Theatrical Action (February 26, 1977): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera
Susan Weil and Sylvia Whitman: Exhibition of Works from "Two Notebooks" (March 10-March 20, 1977): Printed Ephemera
Elyn Zimmerman: Installation (March 25-April 20, 1977): Installation Photographs
Richard Nonas: "Montezuma's Breakfast" (March 25-April 24, 1977): Printed Ephemera
A Painting Show (May 2-May 29, 1977): Installation Photographs
Batya Zamir: Dance Performance (May 20-May 21, 1977): Installation Photographs
Ground (October 9-November 6, 1977): Installation Photographs
Vito Acconci: Cry Baby (November 16-December 14, 1977): Installation Photographs

1977-1979
II.A.100 Film as Installation Installation Contact Sheets and Jan Håfström Artwork Images

A Painting Show (May 2-May 29, 1977): Art and Event Photographs
Film as Installation (April 23-May 17, 1980): Installation Photographs

1977-1980
II.A.101 1977-1984 Installation Contact Sheets

Includes contact sheets of crowds at the openings of P.S. 1 Reopens the 60's, Special Projects (Spring 1983) with contact sheets of installation images from numerous other exhibitions.

Robert Moskowitz (October 19-November 16, 1977): Installation Photographs
Film as Installation (April 23-May 17, 1980): Installation Photographs
Space Invaders (April 4-May 31, 1982): Installation Photographs
Beast: Animal Imagery in Recent Painting (October 17-December 12, 1982): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1982) (October 17-December 12, 1982): Installation Photographs
International Studio Artists Exhibition (Winter 1983) (January 12-February 12, 1983): Installation Photographs
Abstract Painting: 1960-69 (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
Art Couples II: Mary Beth Edelson and Robert Stackhouse (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
What Are You Working on Now? A Pictorial Memoir of the 60's (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
Architecture (Winter 1983): Survivors of the 60's (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
Fashion (Winter 1983): Betsey Johnson (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
Sound (Winter 1983): Oyvind Fahlstrom: "Fagler I Sverige" (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1983) (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
Performance (Spring 1983): Performances From the 60's (January 30-February 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
Habitats (March 9-April 9, 1983): Installation Photographs
Poetry (Spring 1983) (April 10-June 4, 1983): Installation Photographs
Keith Sonnier: Act and Habit (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs
Photography (Spring 1983):: Multiple Choice (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1983) (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs
Spring Dance Series (1983): Dance Environments: New Collaborations Between Dancers and Visual Artists (April 23-June 4, 1983): Installation Photographs
Performance (Spring 1983) (June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs
Frank Young: Paintings (September 15-October 30, 1983): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs
National and International Studio Program 1983-1984 Exhibition (January 12-February 12, 1984): Installation Photographs
Robert Grosvenor (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs

1977-1984
II.A.102 Article on Musician David Tudor

From The New York Times.

1/6/1977
II.A.103 Lucio Pozzi

Lucio Pozzi: 4 Windows (January 9-June 5, 1977): Press Release

1977
II.A.104 Robert Ryman

Robert Ryman (January 27-February 20, 1977): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1977
II.A.105 Nancy Topf

Nancy Topf: "Game Structures and Situations" (February 19-February 20, 1977): Press Release; News Clippings

1977
II.A.106 John Blake

John Blake: Special Project (February 24, 1977-[unknown closing date]): Press Release

1977
II.A.107 Subject… to Change

Includes 5-page typescript, photocopied, catalogue of artist statements.

Subject...to Change (February 24-March 19, 1977): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

1977
II.A.108 Various News Clippings About Senta Driver

Clippings predate Driver's performance at P.S. 1.

1977
II.A.109 Lucio Pozzi

Postcard only.

Lucio Pozzi: Floor Reading, A Short Theatrical Action (February 26, 1977): Printed Ephemera

1977
II.A.110 "The High Cost of Cheap Space" article on I.A.U.R.

Included in an entire issue of Art Workers News, Vol. 6, No. 8 The article dissects the economics of the I.A.U.R.'s various spaces.

March 1977
II.A.111 Susan Weil and Sylvia Whitman

Susan Weil and Sylvia Whitman: Exhibition of Works from "Two Notebooks" (March 10-March 20, 1977): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1977
II.A.112 Darryl Sapien and Constancia Vokietaitis

Darryl Sapien and Constancia Vokietaitis: The Principle of the Arch (March 19-March 20, 1977): Press Release

1977
II.A.113 Gerard Hovagimyan

Gerard Hovagimyan: Special Project (March 24-April 10, 1977): Press Release

1977
II.A.114 Elyn Zimmerman

With some clippings on Richard Nonas.

Elyn Zimmerman: Installation (March 25-April 20, 1977): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings
Richard Nonas: "Montezuma's Breakfast" (March 25-April 24, 1977): News Clippings

1977
II.A.115 Richard Nonas Montezuma's Breakfast

Includes unrelated photographs of "Running Fence" by Christo.

Richard Nonas: "Montezuma's Breakfast" (March 25-April 24, 1977): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1977
II.A.116 Richard Jackson

Special Projects (May 1977) (May 1-May 29, 1977): Press Release; Installation Photographs

1977
II.A.117 Poetry Reading at P.S. 1

7 Sunday Poetry Readings (April 3-May 29, 1977): Press Release

1977
II.A.118 "Olive Branch Sprouts in Art Center Dispute"

Article from Newsday, detailing community relations with P.S. 1

4/7/1977
II.A.119 Indoor/Outdoor Sculpture Show

Indoor/Outdoor Sculpture Show (April 16-May 21, 1978): Checklist; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

4/7/1977
II.A.120 Connie Beckley

Connie Beckley: "Triad Triangle" (May 1-May 8, 1977): Press Release

4/7/1977
II.A.121 When Creatures Crawled from the Bowels of the Earth

Poster/handbill of performance.

Special Projects (May 1977) (May 1-May 29, 1977): Printed Ephemera

1977
II.A.122 Alain Kirili

Special Projects (May 1977) (May 1-May 29, 1977): Press Release

1977
II.A.123 Ludwig Redl

Special Projects (May 1977) (May 1-May 29, 1977): Press Release

1977
II.A.124 Open Studios

Open Studios (May 1-May 29, 1977): Press Release

1977
II.A.125 A Painting Show

Includes various shots from a group photo shoot of participants, with one gallery image.

A Painting Show (May 2-May 29, 1977): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1977
II.A.126 Batya Zamir

Batya Zamir: Dance Performance (May 20-May 21, 1977): Press Release; News Clippings

1977
II.A.127 Dance Environments and Batya Zamir Performance Photographs

Also includes images of a marching band performing for the 1985 spring opening.

Batya Zamir: Dance Performance (May 20-May 21, 1977): Installation Photographs
Spring Dance Series (1983): Dance Environments: New Collaborations Between Dancers and Visual Artists (April 23-June 4, 1983): Installation Photographs

1977-1985
II.A.128 Press Release of September Events and Exhibitions

1977
II.A.129 Press Releases of October Exhibitions and Events

1977
II.A.130 10 Downtown: 10 Years

10 Downtown: 10 Years (September 11-October 2, 1977): Press Release; News Clippings

1977
II.A.131 Projects for the Seventies/New York Avant-Garde Opening Photograph

One installation photograph taken at the opening.

New York Avant-Garde/Works and Projects of the Seventies (October 9-November 6, 1977): Installation Photographs

1977
II.A.132 Press Releases of November Exhibitions and Events

1977
II.A.133 Ground Installation Photograph of Jody Pinto Artwork and George Geyer Artwork Slides

Photograph of Pinto's installation Underground Chamber created in the basement room located under the sidewalk outside the main entrance, with images of Geyer works.

Ground (October 9-November 6, 1977): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1977
II.A.134 Calendar of Events for December 1977 Through May 1978

Drafts, notes, and proofs of a detailed list of special projects, exhibitions and events.

1977
II.A.135 Press Releases of December Exhibitions and Events

1977
II.A.136 Susan Russell

Special Projects (Winter 1977-1978) (December 3, 1977-January 29, 1978): Press Release

1977
II.A.137 Sister Chapel Slides

Various images of the installation piece by Maureen Connor and other artists.

Special Projects (Winter 1977-1978) (December 3, 1977-January 29, 1978): Art and Event Photographs

1977
II.A.138 The Red Robins

The Red Robins (December 29-December 31, 1977): Press Release

1977
II.A.139 News Clipping: "You're All Invited to Koch Parties"

The New York Post, regarding inaugural parties for the new mayor Edward Koch.

12/31/1977
II.A.140 William Hellerman Artwork Slides

circa 1978
II.A.141 1979-1980 Exhibition Postcards and Announcements

Numerous postcards, all hole-punched for storage in a binder.

Photography (Winter 1978-1979): Alternative Gestures: Another Look at Dance Photography (December 3, 1978-January 21, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Winter 1978-1979) (December 3, 1978-January 21, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Peter Kolb: Videotapes (April 22-June 10, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Spring 1979) (April 22-June 10, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Jennifer Bartlett: "Swimmers Atlanta" (September 19-October 13, 1979): Printed Ephemera
International Studio Program (Fall 1979) (September 30-November 18, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Frederick Spratt: Ganko (October 24-November 17, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Merrill Wagner (November 28-December 22, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Sean Scully: Paintings,1975-1979 (November 28-December 22, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Dimitry Merinoff: Paintings 1950-1970 (January 9-February 2, 1980): Printed Ephemera
Jack Roth: Ramapo Paintings (March 19-April 12, 1980): Printed Ephemera
John Gillen (April 23-May 17, 1980): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Spring 1980) (April 27-June 15, 1980): Printed Ephemera
Brian O'Neill: "Fallen Fluhe" (May 28-June 21, 1980): Printed Ephemera
Material Matters (May 28-June 21, 1980): Printed Ephemera
David Reed (September 17-October 11, 1980): Printed Ephemera

1978-1980
II.A.142 Jacki Apple

Jacki Apple: Heart of Palms (January 29, 1978): Printed Ephemera

1978
II.A.143 Press Clippings on Art Auction at P.S. 1

The SoHo Weekly News.

1978
II.A.144 Ann Norton

Ann Norton: Sculpture and Drawings (February 22-March 18, 1978): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1978
II.A.145 Press Release of March Events

Overview: An Exhibition in Two Parts by the A.I.R. Gallery (March 5-April 9, 1978): Press Release

1978
II.A.146 Press Releases of April and May Exhibitions and Events

1978
II.A.147 Jan Yoors

Jan Yoors: Tapestries (March 7-March 31, 1979): Press Release

1978
II.A.148 New Wave Painting

New Wave Painting (March 7-March 31, 1979): Press Release

1978
II.A.149 Richard Artschwager

Richard Artschwager (March 29-April 26, 1978): News Clippings

1978
II.A.150 "The Talk of the Town: Space": Column on Alanna Heiss and Alternative Spaces

From The New Yorker.

4/24/1978
II.A.151 The Detective Show

The Detective Show (May 7-June 30, 1978): News Clippings

1978
II.A.152 Italo Scanga

Italo Scanga (May 3-June 16, 1978): News Clippings

1978
II.A.153 "Larry Bell: Transparent Motif," Interview by Jan Butterfield

Art in America, September/October 1978.

1978
II.A.154 Advertisement of Fall Exhibitions and Events

1978
II.A.155 Press Releases of October and November Exhibitions and Events

1978
II.A.156 Press Release of Fall Clocktower Exhibitions

Gianfranco Gorgoni: Tight Shots (September 13-October 7, 1978): Press Release
Joanne Fridley: You Are There (September 13-October 7, 1978): Press Release

1978
II.A.157 10 Windows on 8th Avenue Between 53rd and 54th Streets, N.Y.C. Postcard

Postcard for an exhibition of uncertain relationship to the I.A.U.R.

1978
II.A.158 Another Aspect of Pop Art

Another Aspect of Pop Art (October 1-November 19, 1978): News Clippings

1978
II.A.159 Barbara Mensch

Photography (Fall 1978): Barbara Mensch: Twelve Views of a Pregnancy (October 1-November 19, : News Clippings

1978
II.A.160 Obstacles: Manhattan Miniature Golf

Obstacles: Manhattan Miniature Golf (October 1-November 15, 1978): Press Release

1978
II.A.161 Dan Gibbons

One installation photograph and a photocopy of postcard.

Special Projects (Fall 1978) (October 1-November 19, 1978): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera

1978
II.A.162 Various 1978 Photographs

One photograph apparently of Alanna Heiss and her son; a print of a church choir likely performing at the Clocktower, and one slide of a work by Richard Pettibone.

Another Aspect of Pop Art (October 1-November 19, 1978): Art and Event Photographs

1978
II.A.163 Press Release Announcing Receipt of NEA Grant

1978
II.A.164 Schedule of Fall Exhibitions at P.S. 1 and the Clocktower

1978
II.A.165 Press Release of November Clocktower Exhibitions

Keith Sonnier: "Porte-Voix Audio Installations" (November 15-December 9, 1978): Press Release
Tina Girouard: "Revival" (November 15-December 9, 1978): Press Release

1978
II.A.166 Press Release of December and January Exhibitions and Event

1978
II.A.167 Refrigerator Calendars

Seasonal calendars with a photographs of a refrigerator on the front and back; for the months November, December, February, and the spring season.

1978-1979
II.A.168 1978-1982 Artwork and Installation Photographs

A variety of images from various unidentified PS1 exhibitions. Some installation slides included, but it is unclear as to whether they're from P.S. 1 or an external institution, artist's proofs, or galleries. While many of the slides lack detailed information, some slides are most likely associated with the exhibitions noted below.

Special Projects (Spring 1978) (April 14-May 28, 1978): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1978) (October 1-November 19, 1978): Installation Photographs
Artists' Stamps and Stamp Images (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1981) (October 18-December 13, 1981): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Art and Event Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs

1978-1994
II.A.169 Special Projects Material

Includes image of a special project by Peggy Yunque; artwork or installation image (used as a postcard with a message on reverse) by Carol Hepper, artworks by Don Leicht; postcards from Tom Hatch's 1978 special project and Johannes Lenhart's studio show; images of Richard Newton's works The Man Who Could Eat Glass and Get Under the Table-Don't Look at the Windows from Space Invaders; and artwork image of sound work by Yoshi Wada.

International Studio Program (Fall 1978) (October 1-November 19, 1978): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Fall 1978) (October 1-November 19, 1978): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Art and Event Photographs
Space Invaders (April 4-May 31, 1982): Art and Event Photographs

1978-1982
II.A.170 Miscellaneous Artwork and Installation Photographs

With images of works by Ted Weller, Josef Erben, and others, and a postcard of Martin Rosz.

International Studio Program (Fall 1978) (October 1-November 19, 1978): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): Art and Event Photographs

1978-1983
II.A.171 Tina Girouard and Keith Sonnier

Press release for both exhibitions with one installation slide of Girouard's work from the Brooklyn Bridge Event.

The Brooklyn Bridge Event (May 21-May 24, 1971): Installation Photographs
Keith Sonnier: "Porte-Voix Audio Installations" (November 15-December 9, 1978): Press Release
Tina Girouard: "Revival" (November 15-December 9, 1978): Press Release

1978
II.A.172 Min Tanaka

Min Tanaka: Hyperdance-Drive Series (November 24-November 26, 1978): News Clippings

1978
II.A.173 International Studio Program (Winter 1978-1979)

Postcard only.

International Studio Program (Winter 1978-1979) (December 3, 1978-January 21, 1979): Printed Ephemera

1978
II.A.174 Post-Card Size Art Artwork Images

Post-Card Size Art (December 3, 1978-January 17, 1979): Art and Event Photographs

1978
II.A.175 The Turquoise Zone Seduction

Postcard for a special project by Martine Aballea.

Special Projects (Winter 1978-1979) (December 3, 1978-January 21, 1979): Printed Ephemera

1978
II.A.176 Alternate Gestures: Another Look at Dance Photography

Photography (Winter 1978-1979): Alternative Gestures: Another Look at Dance Photography (December 3, 1978-January 21, 1979): Press Release

1978
II.A.177 Melvin Edwards

Photocopy only of a postcard and artwork image for Edwards' special project.

Special Projects (Winter 1978-1979) (December 3, 1978-January 21, 1979): Printed Ephemera

1978
II.A.178 Seasonal Press Release of Winter Exhibitions and Events

For the winter 1978-1979 season.

1978
II.A.179 Senta Driver and Harry Dance Company

Senta Driver and Harry Dance Company (December 3, 1978-January 21, 1979): News Clippings

1978
II.A.180 Blank Clocktower Postcards

1970s
II.A.181 Anthology Film Archives Video Program

Video (Winter 1978-1979): Anthology Film Archives Video Program at P.S. 1 (December 3, 1978-January 21, 1979): Press Release

1978
II.A.182 "1979 Benefit" Contact Sheets

Contact sheets of images apparently from the benefit auction.

1979
II.A.183 "P.S. one: Eine Kunst-'Schule' in New York" by Anja Veg

From Architektur & Wohnen, November 1979.

1979
II.A.184 The Altered Photograph and A Great Big Drawing Show Installation Images and Other Materials

Includes that season's "refrigerator calendar."

A Great Big Drawing Show (February 11-April 1, 1979): Checklist; Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1979) (February 11-April 1, 1979): Press Release; Installation Photographs
The Altered Photograph (April 22-June 10, 1979): Checklist; Installation Photographs

1979
II.A.185 1979 Installation Photographs

Slides and one print of several exhibitions.

Special Projects (Winter 1979) (February 11-April 1, 1979): Installation Photographs
The Altered Photograph (April 22-June 10, 1979): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1979) (April 22-June 10, 1979): Installation Photographs
Sound (September 30-November 18, 1979): Installation Photographs
International Studio Program (Fall 1979) (September 30-November 18, 1979): General Exhibition Documentation
Special Projects (Fall 1979): Sound (September 30-November 18, 1979): Installation Photographs
Afro-American Abstraction (February 17-April 6, 1980): Installation Photographs
Image into Pattern (April 27-June 15, 1980): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1980) (April 27-June 15, 1980): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1980) (September 28-November 9, 1980): Installation Photographs

1979-1980
II.A.186 1979 P.S. 1 and Clocktower Installation Photos

Numerous prints and slides.

Eberhard Blum: John Cage, Sixty-Two Mesostics Re Merce Cunningham, for Voice Unaccompanied Using Microphone (January 7, 1979): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1979) (February 11-April 1, 1979): Installation Photographs
Robert Peterson (April 11-May 5, 1979): Installation Photographs
Suzanne Harris: "The Tower of Power/The Pillar of Mercy, a Monument to Latter Day Ambiguity" (April 11-May 5, 1979): Installation Photographs
Sound (September 30-November 18, 1979): Installation Photographs
Sunday Film and Video Presentations (September 30-November 18, 1979): Installation Photographs
Sunday Performance Series (October 7-November 18, 1979): Installation Photographs
Une Idee en l'Air (November 26, 1980-January 25, 1981): Installation Photographs
Deborah Turbeville with Geoffrey Leather: "L'Heure Entre Chien et Loup" (February 11-March 7, 1981): Installation Photographs
Ted Stamm: Paintings, 1972-1980 (February 11-March 7, 1981): Installation Photographs
Wm. Schwedler: Recent Paintings on Plywood and Paper with Roseville (April 22-May 16, 1981): Installation Photographs

1979-1980
II.A.187 Schedule of Exhibitions and Events

From September 1979 through May 1980.

1979-1980
II.A.188 Miscellaneous Artwork Slides

Slides from various artists and participants in exhibitions from around 1980 including images from Win Knowlton, Charles Ross, Linda Levit, Marjorie Strider, Judith Murray, Dennis Oppenheim, Ron Gorchov, and Lynda Benglis; many slides with minimal or no identification.

circa 1979-1981
II.A.189 Miscellaneous Artwork Slides

Slides from various artists and participants in exhibitions from around 1980 including images from Jan Yoors, Robert Younger (including installation images of his special project), Mel Kendrick, Thornton Willis, and Peter Lodato; with numerous unidentified images.

Jan Yoors: Tapestries (March 7-March 31, 1979): Art and Event Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1983) (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs

circa 1979-1981
II.A.190 Miscellaneous Artwork Slides

Slides from various artists and participants in exhibitions from around 1980 including images from Brenda Miller, Tony Rosenthal, and others; with numerous unidentified images.

circa 1979-1981
II.A.191 Advertisements and Announcements

Large quantity of miscellaneous photocopies of postcards and advertisements, clipped ads, and pasted-in announcements, with some other ephemera, originally in a binder.

Jennifer Bartlett: "Swimmers Atlanta" (September 19-October 13, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Frederick Spratt: Ganko (October 24-November 17, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Michelangelo Pistoletto: Mirror Painting (March 10-April 12, 1980): Printed Ephemera
Architecture (Spring 1980): The Manhattan Transcripts, Part III (April 27-June 15, 1980): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Spring 1980) (April 27-June 15, 1980): Printed Ephemera
Film (Winter 1985) (January 19-March 3, 1985): Printed Ephemera

1979-1983
II.A.192 Marcia Hafif and Charlemagne Palestine

Charlemagne Palestine: "Paper Versus Cloth" (January 3-January 20, 1979): Press Release
Marcia Hafif: "Breaking Color" (January 3-January 20, 1979): Press Release

1979
II.A.193 Articles on Long Island City Community Growth

1979
II.A.194 February and March Press Releases and Refrigerator Calendar of Events

A Great Big Drawing Show (February 11-April 1, 1979): Checklist

1979
II.A.195 Special Projects (Winter 1979)

Postcards for works by Kit Barnes, J.S. Champagne, Christina Yuin, Ron Gorchov, Harmony Hammond, Nikolai Buglaj, Taka Iimura, Tom Bills, Gary Griffen, and Alan Finkel.

Special Projects (Winter 1979) (February 11-April 1, 1979): Printed Ephemera

1979
II.A.196 Barry Gerson

Photocopy of exhibition postcard only.

Film (Winter 1979): Barry Gerson (February 11-April 1, 1979): Printed Ephemera

1979
II.A.197 A Great Big Drawing Show

Checklists with a photocopy of the postcard.

A Great Big Drawing Show (February 11-April 1, 1979): Checklist; Printed Ephemera

2/11/1979-4/1/1979
II.A.198 Event Contact Sheets

Contact sheets of unidentified installation images (perhaps including A Great Big Drawing Show and opening images showing Alanna Heiss, Stephen Reichard, Brendan Gill, Mayor Ed Koch, and artists; also with one print of Alanna and board members outside P.S. 1 during its renovation circa 1996.

A Great Big Drawing Show (February 11-April 1, 1979): Installation Photographs

1979, 1996
II.A.199 Kent Floeter Artwork Slides

Special Projects (Winter 1979) (February 11-April 1, 1979): Art and Event Photographs

1979
II.A.200 Artists For New York Benefit Concert

Press release and other press materials.

Artists For New York (February 28, 1979): Press Release

1979
II.A.201 Press Release of April Clocktower Shows

Robert Peterson (April 11-May 5, 1979): Press Release
Suzanne Harris: "The Tower of Power/The Pillar of Mercy, a Monument to Latter Day Ambiguity" (April 11-May 5, 1979): Press Release

1979
II.A.202 Special Projects (Spring 1979)

Includes postcards for San Schoenbaum, Melvin Charney, and Ian Crofts.

Special Projects (Spring 1979) (April 22-June 10, 1979): Printed Ephemera

1979
II.A.203 Peter Kolb

Peter Kolb: Videotapes (April 22-June 10, 1979): General Exhibition Documentation

1979
II.A.204 The Altered Photograph

The Altered Photograph (April 22-June 10, 1979): News Clippings

1979
II.A.205 The Altered Photograph Installation Photographs

A large number of prints, with some contact sheets.

The Altered Photograph (April 22-June 10, 1979): Installation Photographs

1979
II.A.206 Press Release of May Performance and Film Events

Flash Theater (May 6-May 27, 1979): Press Release

1979
II.A.207 Steve Seaberg

Steve Seaberg: "Here Come de Judge-ment" (May 16-June 9, 1979): Press Release

1979
II.A.208 Joan Thorne

Joan Thorne: Paintings (May 16-June 9, 1979): Press Release

1979
II.A.209 General News Clippings and Articles

General articles on P.S. 1 and the Clocktower; on Andrew Lyght, a P.S. 1 studio artist; and on the Long Island City community.

1979
II.A.210 Jennifer Bartlett

Jennifer Bartlett: "Swimmers Atlanta" (September 19-October 13, 1979): Press Release

1979
II.A.211 Sound

Sound (September 30-November 18, 1979): Press Release; News Clippings

1979
II.A.212 Sound

Includes poster detailing the main exhibitions and the numerous associated events.

Sound (September 30-November 18, 1979): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1979
II.A.213 Sound Checklists and Installation Photographs

Includes floor plan of installations and performances and numerous photographs.

Sound (September 30-November 18, 1979): Checklist; Installation Photographs
Sunday Performance Series (October 7-November 18, 1979): Installation Photographs

1979
II.A.214 Jim Pomeroy Artwork Slides

Sound (September 30-November 18, 1979): Art and Event Photographs

1979
II.A.215 Musical Instrument Snapshots

Snapshots of an exhibition of musical instruments, with some images labeled with artists' names; likely related to the Sound exhibition of fall 1979.

Sound (September 30-November 18, 1979): Art and Event Photographs

1979
II.A.216 Nancy Holt Artwork Slides

Sound (September 30-November 18, 1979): Art and Event Photographs

1979
II.A.217 Rodney Graham Artwork Slides

With miscellaneous and unidentified images.

Sound (September 30-November 18, 1979): Art and Event Photographs

1979
II.A.218 Gary Lloyd

Special Projects (Fall 1979): Sound (September 30-November 18, 1979): News Clippings

1979
II.A.219 Max Neuhaus

Max Neuhaus: Sound Installation (October 24-November 17, 1979): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1979
II.A.220 Frederick Spratt

Frederick Spratt: Ganko (October 24-November 17, 1979): Press Release

1979
II.A.221 "Showtime in SoHo" by Alexandra Anderson and B.J. Archer

An article on performance spaces from Cue Magazine.

10/26/1979
II.A.222 Min Tanaka

Undated listing for an unspecified performance, with newsletter published by Tanaka describing the Hyperdrive Dance Series and related activities.

Min Tanaka: Hyperdance-Drive Series (November 24-November 26, 1978): Checklist

1979
II.A.223 Merrill Wagner and Sean Scully

Merrill Wagner (November 28-December 22, 1979): News Clippings
Sean Scully: Paintings,1975-1979 (November 28-December 22, 1979): News Clippings

1979
II.A.224 Miscellaneous 1970s Artwork Slides

Artwork slides by Hap Tivey, Wolfang Luy, and Avital Oz, all participants in exhibitions prior to 1980.

1970s
II.A.225 Unidentified Performance Photograph

Photograph of two performers at a grand piano in the auditorium of P.S. 1.

1970s
II.A.226 Unidentified Installation Photograph Negatives

Numerous black-and-white 2" x 2" negatives of an unidentified exhibition(s).

undated
II.A.227 Press Releases and Photographs

Numerous press releases of individual exhibitions, paired with artwork photographs.

Claudia Schwalb: Paintings (December 14, 1977-January 11, 1978): Art and Event Photographs
Charlemagne Palestine: "Paper Versus Cloth" (January 3-January 20, 1979): Installation Photographs
Jan Yoors: Tapestries (March 7-March 31, 1979): Art and Event Photographs
Joan Thorne: Paintings (May 16-June 9, 1979): Art and Event Photographs
Jennifer Bartlett: "Swimmers Atlanta" (September 19-October 13, 1979): Art and Event Photographs
Alan Scarritt: "Made in Time" (October 18-November 11, 1979): Art and Event Photographs
Frederick Spratt: Ganko (October 24-November 17, 1979): Art and Event Photographs
Sean Scully: Paintings,1975-1979 (November 28-December 22, 1979): Art and Event Photographs
Jack Roth: Ramapo Paintings (March 19-April 12, 1980): Installation Photographs
Brian O'Neill: "Fallen Fluhe" (May 28-June 21, 1980): Installation Photographs
Material Matters (May 28-June 21, 1980): Installation Photographs

1977-1980
II.A.228 Image and Object in Contemporary Sculpture

Image and Object in Contemporary Sculpture (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): Press Release; Installation Photographs

1979
II.A.229 Image and Object in Contemporary Sculpture

Image and Object in Contemporary Sculpture (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): Checklist; News Clippings

1979
II.A.230 Image and Object in Contemporary Sculpture and Bill Arnold

Image and Object in Contemporary Sculpture (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings
Photography (Winter 1979-1980): Bill Arnold (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): Press Release

1979
II.A.231 Image into Pattern Installation Photographs

With press materials, seasonal poster, and pamphlet; also includes the Coliseum exhibition checklist.

Sculpture at the Coliseum (March 5-March 19, 1980): Checklist
Image into Pattern (April 27-June 15, 1980): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera

1979
II.A.232 Artists' Stamps and Stamp Images

Artists' Stamps and Stamp Images (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): Press Release

1979
II.A.233 Friday Architects

Architecture (Winter 1979-1980): Friday Architects: "Projective Images" (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): Press Release; News Clippings

1979
II.A.234 Bill Arnold

Photography (Winter 1979-1980): Bill Arnold (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): Press Release

1979
II.A.235 Special Projects (Winter 1979-1980)

Special Projects (Winter 1979-1980) (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): News Clippings

1979
II.A.236 Studio Workspace Exhibition 1979-1980

Studio Workspace Exhibition 1979-1980 (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): News Clippings

1979
II.A.237 Dennis Oppenheim and Kent Floeter

Image and Object in Contemporary Sculpture (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): News Clippings
Special Projects (Winter 1979-1980) (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): News Clippings

1979
II.A.238 General News Clippings

Various articles about P.S. 1 and alternative spaces.

1980
II.A.239 Film Projects Installation Photographs

Three photos of different film installations.

Film (Fall 1980): "Undercover Blues" Film Installation by Benni Efrat (September 28-November 9, 1980): Installation Photographs
Film (Winter 1980-1981): Roger Welch: Drive-In (December 7, 1980-January 25, 1981): Installation Photographs
Film (Spring 1981): Anita Thatcher: Lighthouse (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs

1980-1981
II.A.240 Ellen Phelan

Ellen Phelan (January 9-February 2, 1980): Press Release

1980
II.A.241 "Everyone Wants to Get into P.S. 1" by Amei Wallach

A general review of numerous exhibitions from Newsday.

1/13/1980
II.A.242 "Martin Johnson" by Allan Schwartzman

A profile of a P.S. 1 studio artist from an unknown journal.

1/15/1980
II.A.243 Glenda Hydler

Glenda Hydler: "In Reverence: Books and Other Work" (February 13-March 8, 1980): Press Release; News Clippings

1980
II.A.244 Special Projects and Winter Program Press Releases

With a postcard for Elizabeth Ewart's special project.

Special Projects (Winter 1979-1980) (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): Press Release
Sound (Winter 1980): Marilyn Belford "Genetic Messages" (February 17-April 5, 1980): Press Release
Film (Winter 1980): Bill Lundberg (February 17-April 6, 1980): Press Release
Poetry (Winter 1980): Alice Notley (February 17-April 6, 1980): Press Release
Special Projects (Winter 1980) (February 17-April 6, 1980): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1980
II.A.245 Afro-American Abstraction

Press Release includes complete list of special projects rooms exhibitions.

Afro-American Abstraction (February 17-April 6, 1980): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1980
II.A.246 Afro-American Abstraction Installation Photographs

Afro-American Abstraction (February 17-April 6, 1980): Installation Photographs

1980
II.A.247 February and March General News Articles

1980
II.A.248 Michelangelo Pistoletto and Jack Roth

Michelangelo Pistoletto: Mirror Painting (March 10-April 12, 1980): Press Release; News Clippings
Jack Roth: Ramapo Paintings (March 19-April 12, 1980): Press Release

1980
II.A.249 Press Release of Spring Exhibitions and Events

1980
II.A.250 "Boundary Trip" Article from Asahi Shinbun

3/31/1980
II.A.251 Film as Installation

Includes multi-page checklist and description of artworks.

Film as Installation (April 23-May 17, 1980): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1980
II.A.252 John Gillen

John Gillen (April 23-May 17, 1980): Press Release

1980
II.A.253 Image into Pattern

Image into Pattern (April 27-June 15, 1980): News Clippings

1980
II.A.254 "Press Release Briefs" Spring Seasonal Press Release

1980
II.A.255 Studio Workspace Program

Studio Workspace Program Exhibition (April 27-June 15, 1980): Press Release

1980
II.A.256 The Manhattan Transcripts Part III

Architecture (Spring 1980): The Manhattan Transcripts, Part III (April 27-June 15, 1980): Printed Ephemera

1980
II.A.257 Special Projects (Spring 1980)

Postcard, CV, and other materials on Howard Gross.

Special Projects (Spring 1980) (April 27-June 15, 1980): Printed Ephemera; General Exhibition Documentation

1980
II.A.258 The Garden: A Collaborative Work

Special Projects (Spring 1980) (April 27-June 15, 1980): Press Release

1980
II.A.259 Tony Moore

Photocopy of postcard only.

Special Projects (Spring 1980) (April 27-June 15, 1980): Printed Ephemera

1980
II.A.260 Miscellaneous May Articles

1980
II.A.261 Anthony Martin

Video (Spring 1980): Tony Martin (May 27-June 15, 1980): Printed Ephemera

1980
II.A.262 Brian O'Neill and Material Matters

Brian O'Neill: "Fallen Fluhe" (May 28-June 21, 1980): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera
Material Matters (May 28-June 21, 1980): Checklist

1980
II.A.263 Material Matters

Curatorial statement for the exhibition by Edward Albee.

Material Matters (May 28-June 21, 1980): General Exhibition Documentation

1980
II.A.264 General June and August Articles

1980
II.A.265 Brochure of Fall Exhibitions and Programs

1980
II.A.266 David Reed

David Reed (September 17-October 11, 1980): Press Release; News Clippings

1980
II.A.267 International Studio Program

Press release and checklist is for Jorge Teixidor's work only.

International Studio Program 1980-1981 (Fall 1980) (September 28-November 9, 1980): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1980
II.A.268 Benni Efrat

Film (Fall 1980): "Undercover Blues" Film Installation by Benni Efrat (September 28-November 9, 1980): Printed Ephemera

1980
II.A.269 Daughters of the American Revolution Present: "My Country Right or Wrong?"

Daughters of the American Revolution Present: "My Country Right or Wrong?" (September 28-November 9, 1980): Press Release

1980
II.A.270 Mary Frey

Photography (Fall 1980): Assembled Images (September 28-November 9, 1980): News Clippings

1980
II.A.271 Photo Politic

Photo Politic (September 28-November 9, 1980): News Clippings

1980
II.A.272 Special Projects (Fall 1980)

Special Projects (Fall 1980) (September 28-November 9, 1980): News Clippings

1980
II.A.273 Allen Ruppersberg

Allen Ruppersberg (October 22-November 15, 1980): Press Release

1980
II.A.274 Ruth Ann Fredenthal

Ruth Ann Fredenthal (October 22-November 15, 1980): Press Release; News Clippings

1980
II.A.275 "Enter the Anti Space" by Richard Goldstein

Article on ABC No Rio and other organizations from The Village Voice.

November 1980
II.A.276 Winter Season Calendar/Poster

For the November 1980-January 1981 winter season of exhibitions and events.

1980
II.A.277 Une Idee en l'Air

Une Idee en l'Air (November 26, 1980-January 25, 1981): News Clippings

1980
II.A.278 Press Release of Winter Exhibitions and Events

1980
II.A.279 "Video Emerges as a Fine Arts Movement" by Grace Glueck

The New York Times.

12/5/1980
II.A.280 Christo and Edward Powis Jones

Special Projects (Winter 1980-1981) (December 7, 1980-January 25, 1981): News Clippings; News Clippings

1980
II.A.281 Dan Gibbons Artwork Slides

Slides of works and installation by the artist prior to his 1980 exhibition.

Architecture (Winter 1980-1981): Red Roof Design (December 7, 1980-January 25, 1981): Art and Event Photographs

1980
II.A.282 Red Roof Artwork Slides

Architecture (Winter 1980-1981): Red Roof Design (December 7, 1980-January 25, 1981): Art and Event Photographs

1980
II.A.283 Julio

Fashion (Winter 1980-1981): Julio (December 7, 1980-February 6, 1981): News Clippings

1980
II.A.284 Press Release of December and January Exhibitions and Programs

Watercolors (December 7, 1980-January 25, 1981): Press Release; News Clippings

1980
II.A.285 Dan Graham

New York Times article on video art with brief mention of Graham, and a catalogue entry (from 2000) of a Graham video apparently shown during this exhibition.

Video (Winter 1980-1981): Dan Graham (December 7, 1980-January 25, 1981): News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

1980-2000
II.A.286 Roger Welch and Leandro Katz

Film (Winter 1980-1981): Roger Welch: Drive-In (December 7, 1980-January 25, 1981): News Clippings
Leandro Katz: "Lunar Alphabet Series" (January 7-January 31, 1981): News Clippings

1980
II.A.287 1980-1992 Installation Photographs

Numerous duplicate prints for several exhibitions.

Special Projects (Winter 1980) (February 17-April 6, 1980): Installation Photographs
Architecture (Spring 1980): The Manhattan Transcripts, Part III (April 27-June 15, 1980): Installation Photographs
Film (Winter 1980-1981): Roger Welch: Drive-In (December 7, 1980-January 25, 1981): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1980-1981) (December 7, 1980-January 25, 1981): Installation Photographs
Film (Spring 1981): Anita Thatcher: Lighthouse (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs
Sound (Fall 1981): Michelle Stuart: Correspondences (October 18-December 13, 1981): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Installation Photographs
Slow Art: Painting in New York Now (April 26-June 21, 1992): Installation Photographs

1980-1992
II.A.288 1981 Installation Photographs

Slides for the exhibitions listed below, with images of 1981 International Studio Program opening party.

Lighting (February 15-April 5, 1981): Installation Photographs
New York/New Wave (February 15-April 5, 1981): Installation Photographs
The Shaped Field: Eccentric Formats (February 15-April 5, 1981): Installation Photographs
Photography (Winter 1981): Women of Distinction: Photographs from Magazines, 1930-1980 (February 15-April 5, 1981): Installation Photographs
Eight Funny Artists: Wit and Irony in Art (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs
International Studio Program (Spring 1981) (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs
Photography (Spring 1981): Couches, Diamonds and Pie (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1981) (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs
Spring Dance Series (1981): DANCETEXTFLASH Festival (May 9-May 10, 1981): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1981) (October 18-December 13, 1981): Installation Photographs
Figuratively Sculpting (October 18-December 31, 1981): Installation Photographs
Old World/New Works: International Studio Artists at the Clocktower (January 6-February 6, 1982): Installation Photographs
National Studio Artists (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs

1981
II.A.289 General News Clippings

1981
II.A.290 Tom Shelton Installation Slides

Installation slides of a show labeled as being from an unidentified multi-disciplinary program exhibition curated by Jack Boulton.

1981
II.A.291 Studio Artist and Other Installation Slides

National Studio Artists 1980-1981 (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs
Critical Perspectives: Curators and Artists (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Video (Winter 1982): Joan Jonas: Memory Corridor (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs

1981-1982
II.A.292 Miscellaneous Installation Slides

Individual images from special projects by Barry Le Va and Lawrence Weiner, the exhibition Salvaged and of Kenny Scharf's installation labeled as being from the spring 1981 studio artists exhibition, but more likely from Space Invaders.

Special Projects (Fall 1981) (October 18-December 13, 1981): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Space Invaders (April 4-May 31, 1982): Installation Photographs
Salvaged: Altered Everyday Objects (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs

1981-1984
II.A.293 January Exhibitions Press

Small amount of mixed materials.

David Seidner (January 7-January 31, 1981): Press Release; Printed Ephemera
Leandro Katz: "Lunar Alphabet Series" (January 7-January 31, 1981): Press Release; Printed Ephemera
Monika Baumgartl (January 7-January 31, 1981): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1981
II.A.294 "The Good, The Bad, and the Young" by Key Larson

Overview of current exhibitions from New York Magazine.

1/12/1981
II.A.295 Press Release of Spring Exhibitions and Events

1981
II.A.296 Ted Stamm

Ted Stamm: Paintings, 1972-1980 (February 11-March 7, 1981): News Clippings

1981
II.A.297 New York/New Wave

News clippings, photocopies of an unidentified artist's portrait photographs, and contact sheets of the opening.

New York/New Wave (February 15-April 5, 1981): News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1981
II.A.298 New York/New Wave Press Materials and Installation Slides

Includes newsprint publication of opening photographs and slides from the DANCETEXTFLASH Festival.

New York/New Wave (February 15-April 5, 1981): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings
Spring Dance Series (1981): DANCETEXTFLASH Festival (May 9-May 10, 1981): Installation Photographs

1981
II.A.299 New York/New Wave Press Photographs

Photographs of celebrities and personalities.

New York/New Wave (February 15-April 5, 1981): Art and Event Photographs

1981
II.A.300 Unlabeled Contact Sheets of Installations, Openings and Events

Unlabeled contact sheets showing openings, exhibitions installations, meetings or talks, and other scenes; one page of images outside P.S. 1 labeled as the New Wave exhibition.

New York/New Wave (February 15-April 5, 1981): Art and Event Photographs

1980s
II.A.301 Press Release of Exhibitions and Programs February Through April

Includes complete list of artists in New York/New Wave.

1980s
II.A.302 West/East, First Generation Environmental Sculptures

West/East: First Generation Environmental Sculptures (September 28, 1980-March 14, 1982): News Clippings

1981
II.A.303 Doug Sanderson

Doug Sanderson: Recent Work (March 18-April 12, 1981): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1981
II.A.304 "Negatives of Tony Roo's The Golden Age"

Images of an artwork/performance by a studio artist.

National Studio Artists 1980-1981 (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs

1981
II.A.305 Bill Hoppe

Bill Hoppe: Recent Paintings (April 26-June 14, 1981): Printed Ephemera

1981
II.A.306 Houston Conwill Installion Images

Shots of the installation Easter Shout by Houston Conwill as part of the studio program.

National Studio Artists 1980-1981 (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs

1981
II.A.307 Louis Grenier

Video (Spring 1981): Louis Grenier (April 26-June 14, 1981): Press Release

1981
II.A.308 Tony Oursler Installation Slides

Slide label indicates the works are from the "California Video" program.

Video (Winter 1981) (February 15-March 1, 1981): Installation Photographs

1981
II.A.309 Allen Bertoldi

National Studio Artists 1980-1981 (April 26-June 14, 1981): News Clippings

1981
II.A.310 DANCETEXTFLASH Festival

Spring Dance Series (1981): DANCETEXTFLASH Festival (May 9-May 10, 1981): News Clippings

1981
II.A.311 Barry LeDoux

Barry LeDoux: Four Songs for Dowland (May 27-June 20, 1981): News Clippings

1981
II.A.312 James Biederman, Don Gummer, Nigel Hall, Mel Kendrick, Avital Oz

James Biederman, Don Gummer, Nigel Hall, Mel Kendrick, Avital Oz (May 27-June 20, 1981): Printed Ephemera

1981
II.A.313 "P.S. 1 Gives Artists a Place to Grow" by Michael Arena

From Newsday.

7/26/1981
II.A.314 Criminal Proceedings

Criminal Proceedings (September 30-October 31, 1981): News Clippings

1981
II.A.315 Denise Green

Denise Green (September 30-October 31, 1981): News Clippings

1981
II.A.316 "Long Island City: White Collar, Blue Collar, No Collar" by George C. Schirmann

From QC Magazine.

October 1981
II.A.317 Press Release of Fall Exhibitions and Events

1981
II.A.318 1981-1986 Installation Photographs

Includes miscellaneous photographs of Isamu Noguchi and his works, and installation diagram for Alex Grey's Christ/Anti-Christ.

Figuratively Sculpting (October 18-December 31, 1981): Installation Photographs
Space Invaders (April 4-May 31, 1982): Installation Photographs
Isamu Noguchi: What is Sculpture? (June 29-September 28, 1986): Art and Event Photographs

1981-1986
II.A.319 1981-1986 Installation Photographs

Includes miscellaneous photographs of Isamu Noguchi and his works, and installation diagram for Alex Grey's Christ/Anti-Christ.

Art Cars (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Space Invaders (April 4-May 31, 1982): Installation Photographs

1981-1986
II.A.320 Barry Gerson and Michelle Stuart

Film (Fall 1981): Barry Gerson: Arteries (October 18-December 13, 1981): News Clippings
Sound (Fall 1981): Michelle Stuart: Correspondences (October 18-December 13, 1981): News Clippings

1981
II.A.321 Figuratively Sculpting

Figuratively Sculpting (October 18-December 31, 1981): News Clippings

1981
II.A.322 In and Out of Power

Photography (Fall 1981): In and Out of Power (October 18-December 13, 1981): News Clippings

1981
II.A.323 Lawrence Weiner Installation Slide

Special Projects (Fall 1981) (October 18-December 13, 1981): Installation Photographs

1981
II.A.324 Press Release for Fall exhibitions and Programs

1981
II.A.325 Sheila Klein Artwork Slides

Special Projects (Fall 1981) (October 18-December 13, 1981): Art and Event Photographs

1981
II.A.326 Special Projects (Fall 1981)

Special Projects (Fall 1981) (October 18-December 13, 1981): News Clippings

1981
II.A.327 Miscellaneous Installation Slides

Individual slides from several Special Projects and exhibitions, mainly from late 1981 and 1982.

Sound (Fall 1981): Michelle Stuart: Correspondences (October 18-December 13, 1981): Installation Photographs
Architecture (Spring 1982): Marc Blane and Kevin Walz (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Space Invaders (April 4-May 31, 1982): Installation Photographs

1981-1982
II.A.328 "New Faces in Alternative Spaces" by Deborah C. Phillips

From Art News.

November 1981
II.A.329 Press Release of Winter Exhibitions and Events

1982
II.A.330 "Institutional History" Binder

Binder contains list of board members and staff, eleven page outline of institutional history and it's activities in different media and spaces, recent clippings, and summary fact sheet.

circa 1982
II.A.331 Made in New York Artwork Photographs and Press Release

Press photographs of paintings by four German artists taking part in the international studio program and exhibited at Goethe House in 1982.

1982
II.A.332 1982 I.A.U.R. Staff Photos

Slides of staff activities and P.S. 1 offices, many labeled with specific names

1982
II.A.333 1982 Installation Photos

Numerous slides and one print.

The Ronald Reagan Show (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Architecture (Spring 1982): Marc Blane and Kevin Walz (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Film (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Photography (Spring 1982): Men (Photographs from Magazines) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Sound (Spring 1982): Sound Corridor (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Video (Spring 1982): Bill Brand and James Byrne (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Performance (Spring 1982): Performance Rites: the Word, the Flesh, the Fracas, and the Light (April 11-May 2, 1982): Installation Photographs

1982
II.A.334 1982 Installation Photos and Patrons' Weekend Images

Numerous slides with some prints. Includes images of the opening party "patrons weekend" labeled with individual's names.

New Wave Painting (March 7-March 31, 1979): Art and Event Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Art Cars (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Blue Blood (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Space Invaders (April 4-May 31, 1982): Installation Photographs
Performance (Spring 1982): Performance Rites: the Word, the Flesh, the Fracas, and the Light (April 11-May 2, 1982): Installation Photographs
Spring Dance Series (1982): Paranarrative Dance Festival (May 8-May 16, 1982): Installation Photographs

1982
II.A.335 Installation Photograph Negatives

Negatives originally in sleeve titled "Old PS1 Installation Shots/Keith Haring/Beast/Lots more…." 2" x 2" black-and-white unlabeled negatives of various exhibitions; the two below are the only ones positively identified.

Beast: Animal Imagery in Recent Painting (October 17-December 12, 1982): Installation Photographs
Photography (Fall 1982): All God's Creatures (October 17-December 12, 1982): Installation Photographs

1982
II.A.336 General Spring News Clippings

1982
II.A.337 Listing of Fall Exhibitions and Events

1982
II.A.338 Slide Presentation on Workspace and the I.A.U.R.

Text slides of history and purpose of the I.A.U.R. with installation images of various unidentified exhibitions added in.

1982
II.A.339 Slides of Board Meeting and Patrons Council Dinner

11/9/1982
II.A.340 Miscellaneous Artwork Slides

Images of artworks by Peter Miraglia, Ksenija Maric, Mark Lere, "Buckley," Marion Gray, and others connected to no known exhibition.

1982
II.A.341 Slides of Work by Janet Olivia Henry and Other Images

Unconnected to any known exhibition.

1982
II.A.342 1982-1983 Installation Slides

Old World/New Works: International Studio Artists at the Clocktower (January 6-February 6, 1982): Installation Photographs
International Studio Artists Exhibition (Winter 1983) (January 12-February 12, 1983): Installation Photographs
Habitats (March 9-April 9, 1983): Installation Photographs
Film as Installation II (April 20-May 21, 1983): Installation Photographs

1982
II.A.343 Press Materials for Exhibitions of Sam Messner

At the Nielsen Gallery, Boston, and the Twining Gallery, New York City; Messner was currently a National Studio Artist.

1982-1983
II.A.344 Old World/New Works: International Studio Artists at the Clocktower

Old World/New Works: International Studio Artists at the Clocktower (January 6-February 6, 1982): Press Release

1982
II.A.345 Postcard invitation to Opening of Winter Exhibitions

1982
II.A.346 Joan Jonas

Video (Winter 1982): Joan Jonas: Memory Corridor (January 17-March 14, 1982): News Clippings

1982
II.A.347 1982 Installation Slides

The Wild Art Show (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Fashion (Winter 1982): Willi Smith: Art as Damaged Goods (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Photography (Winter 1982): Selected Situations (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Video (Winter 1982): Joan Jonas: Memory Corridor (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs

1982
II.A.348 1982 Special Projects Installation Slides

Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs

1982
II.A.349 All God's Creatures

Includes postcard and typescript of Carol Squiers' curatorial statement.

Photography (Fall 1982): All God's Creatures (October 17-December 12, 1982): Printed Ephemera; General Exhibition Documentation

1982
II.A.350 Barry Le Va

Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): News Clippings

1982
II.A.351 Critical Perspectives: Curators and Artists

Includes catalogue for the exhibition.

Critical Perspectives: Curators and Artists (January 17-March 14, 1982): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1982
II.A.352 Critical Perspectives Installation Images

With other artwork photographs.

Critical Perspectives: Curators and Artists (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1982
II.A.353 Ehry Artwork Slides

Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Art and Event Photographs

1982
II.A.354 Milo Reice

Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1982
II.A.355 Special Projects Artwork Slides

Slides of artworks by Debbie Schneider and Milo Reice.

Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Art and Event Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Art and Event Photographs

1982
II.A.356 Press Release of Winter Exhibitions and Programs

1982
II.A.357 The Wild Art Show

The Wild Art Show (January 17-March 14, 1982): News Clippings

1982
II.A.358 Miscellaneous Installation and Event Slides

Includes photographs of Alanna Heiss with Joseph Beuys and images of various earth works by Robert Smithson.

Special Projects (Winter 1980) (February 17-April 6, 1980): Installation Photographs
National Studio Artists 1980-1981 (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Art and Event Photographs
Blue Blood (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
National Studio Artists (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Mary Heilmann (November 17-December 18, 1983): Installation Photographs
The New Portrait (April 15-June 10, 1984): Installation Photographs
The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Installation Photographs

1980-1985
II.A.359 1982 Chow Dinner Event Photos

Slides of a benefit or trustee dinner hosted at the restaurant Mr. Chow.

1/25/1982
II.A.360 General Spring Articles

1982
II.A.361 Press Release of Spring Exhibitions and Events

1982
II.A.362 Larry Fuente and Alexis Smith

Alexis Smith: "Chinese Junk" (April 2-May 1, 1982): Press Release; News Clippings
Larry Fuente: "Transmutation at Ground Zero" (April 2-May 1, 1982): Press Release; News Clippings

1982
II.A.363 Performance Rites

Performance (Spring 1982): Performance Rites: the Word, the Flesh, the Fracas, and the Light (April 11-May 2, 1982): Press Release

1982
II.A.364 Art Cars

News clippings with snapshots of the exhibitions.

Art Cars (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1982
II.A.365 Slides of an Unidentified Clocktower Exhibition Opening

Unlabeled slides of one or more openings at The Clocktower and perhaps also at P.S. 1. The exhibitions shown likely include Art Cars and The Ronald Reagan Show.

Art Cars (April 4-May 30, 1982): Art and Event Photographs
The Ronald Reagan Show (April 4-May 30, 1982): Art and Event Photographs

circa 1982
II.A.366 Blue Blood

Blue Blood (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1982
II.A.367 Miscellaneous Postcards, Announcements, and Photographs

Includes announcements for seasonal openings and specific exhibitions, including the hand-stamped announcement cards for Bidlo's Jack the Dripper performance, a small amount of installation slides, and unlabeled snapshots, contact sheets, and negatives of artworks, openings, and other items.

Blue Blood (April 4-May 30, 1982): Printed Ephemera
Gerry Morehead: Paintings (September 22-October 30, 1982): Printed Ephemera
Marcus Leatherdale: Photographs (September 22-October 30, 1982): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Fall 1982) (October 17-December 12, 1982): Printed Ephemera
National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1984-1985 (January 25-March 3, 1985): Installation Photographs
Casinò Fantasma (May 24-July 15, 1990): Installation Photographs

1982
II.A.368 Houston Conwill

National Studio Artists (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): News Clippings

1982
II.A.369 Kenny Scharf

The capsule review from SoHo News apparently records an open studio Scharf had in February 1982; otherwise unrecorded as an exhibition.

1982
II.A.370 International Studio Program

International Studio Program (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Printed Ephemera

1982
II.A.371 Paranarrative Dance Festival

Includes contact sheets of performances and photocopies of photographic prints.

Spring Dance Series (1982): Paranarrative Dance Festival (May 8-May 16, 1982): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1982
II.A.372 Serious Fun Night

Serious Fun Night (April 25, 1982): News Clippings

1982
II.A.373 Space Invaders

Space Invaders (April 4-May 31, 1982): News Clippings

1982
II.A.374 "The Best Worst Art" by Nicolas A. Moufarrege

New York Native article mentioning various P.S. 1 shows.

1982
II.A.375 The Ronald Reagan Show And Other News Clippings

Art Cars (April 4-May 30, 1982): News Clippings
The Ronald Reagan Show (April 4-May 30, 1982): News Clippings
Special Projects (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): News Clippings

1982
II.A.376 Performance Rites

Performance (Spring 1982): Performance Rites: the Word, the Flesh, the Fracas, and the Light (April 11-May 2, 1982): Press Release; News Clippings

1982
II.A.377 Performance Rites Handbills

Handbills advertising an Ann Magnuson performance at the Clocktower on December 21st of an unknown year (involving new paintings by artist Stefano Castonovos and singing by the Holy Antiphony Choir); with two handbills for separate series of "Performance Rites" performances on April 11th and 18th.

Performance (Spring 1982): Performance Rites: the Word, the Flesh, the Fracas, and the Light (April 11-May 2, 1982): Printed Ephemera

1982
II.A.378 Performance Rites Installation Slides

Performance (Spring 1982): Performance Rites: the Word, the Flesh, the Fracas, and the Light (April 11-May 2, 1982): Installation Photographs

1982
II.A.379 Spring and Fall General Articles

1982
II.A.380 Metropotamia

Film (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Press Release; News Clippings

1982
II.A.381 Fall Seasonal Press Release and News Clippings

International Studio Program (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): News Clippings
Beast: Animal Imagery in Recent Painting (October 17-December 12, 1982): News Clippings
Fashion (Fall 1982): Lloyd Allen: The Faux Beast (October 17-December 12, 1982): News Clippings

1982
II.A.382 Gary Morehead and Marcus Leatherdale

Gerry Morehead: Paintings (September 22-October 30, 1982): Press Release; News Clippings
Marcus Leatherdale: Photographs (September 22-October 30, 1982): Press Release; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1982
II.A.383 "Challenge Mania: The New NEA" by Richard Goldstein

Article on government arts funding from The Village Voice.

10/12/1982
II.A.384 Rolf Hanson

International Studio Artists Exhibition (Winter 1983) (January 12-February 12, 1983): Printed Ephemera

1982
II.A.385 Mike Bidlo Jack the Dripper at Peg's Place News Clippings

Special Projects (Fall 1982) (October 17-December 12, 1982): News Clippings

1982
II.A.386 Miscellaneous Slides

Single page of slides containing press and installation photographs from the exhibitions listed below, including seven images of Mike Bidlo's Jack the Dripper performance.

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1982) (October 17-December 12, 1982): Installation Photographs
Robert Grosvenor (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Installation Photographs
James Turrell: "Meeting" (October 26, 1986-[ongoing]): Installation Photographs
Uniform: Order and Disorder (May 20-September 23, 2001): Art and Event Photographs

1976-1986, 1993
II.A.387 Special Projects (Fall 1982)

Special Projects (Fall 1982) (October 17-December 12, 1982): Installation Photographs

1982
II.A.388 Ken Kobland

Film (Fall 1982): Ken Kobland: "The Room is a Metaphor for the Experiencing of Any Place" (October 17-December 12, 1982): Press Release; Installation Photographs

1982
II.A.389 Animal Magnetism

Video (Fall 1982): Animal Magnetism (October 17-December 12, 1982): Checklist; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1982
II.A.390 Art Couples I

Includes typescript curator's statement.

Art Couples l: Rudolf Baranik and May Stevens (October 17-December 12, 1982): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1982
II.A.391 Article by Nicolas Moufarrege

With reference to and picture of Mike Bidlo's Jack the Dripper….

Special Projects (Fall 1982) (October 17-December 12, 1982): News Clippings

1982
II.A.392 Beast

Beast: Animal Imagery in Recent Painting (October 17-December 12, 1982): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1982
II.A.393 Andy Rees

Installation slides with an apparently complete copy of the script for the performance.

Performance (Fall 1982): Andy Rees: "Webelos" (October 17, 1982): Installation Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

1982
II.A.394 Lloyd Allen

Fashion (Fall 1982): Lloyd Allen: The Faux Beast (October 17-December 12, 1982): News Clippings

1982
II.A.395 Nina Yankowitz

Sound (Fall 1982): "Hell's Breath" by Nina Yankowitz (October 17-December 12, 1982): Installation Photographs

1982
II.A.396 Jane Wenger

Special Projects (Fall 1982) (October 17-December 12, 1982): Printed Ephemera

1982
II.A.397 Fall General News Clippings

1982
II.A.398 Icebreakers

Icebreakers: Contemporary Swedish Expressionists (November 11-December 11, 1982): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1982
II.A.399 Icebreakers Artwork Negatives

Assorted 4" x 5" negatives of artworks.

Icebreakers: Contemporary Swedish Expressionists (November 11-December 11, 1982): Art and Event Photographs

1982
II.A.400 Party and Opening Photographs

Party and special event slides for Icebreakers and an October Leo Castelli cocktail party.

Icebreakers: Contemporary Swedish Expressionists (November 11-December 11, 1982): Art and Event Photographs

1982
II.A.401 Press Release of Winter Exhibitions and Programs

Abstract Painting: 1960-69 (January 16-March 13, 1983): Press Release; News Clippings

1982
II.A.402 1978-1989 Miscellaneous Research and Installation Slides

A combination of research and installation slides from outside institutions and unidentified P.S. 1 exhibitions. While many of the slides lack detailed information, those exhibitions most likely affiliated are listed below.

Fashion (Fall 1981): Homer Layne's Collection of Charles James Fashions (October 18-December 13, 1981): Installation Photographs
Fashion (Winter 1982): Willi Smith: Art as Damaged Goods (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Video (Spring 1982): Bill Brand and James Byrne (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs
Sarah Charlesworth: Selected Works 1981-1984 (April 5-May 6, 1984): Installation Photographs

1978-1989
II.A.403 1983 Exhibition, Performance, and Event Negatives

black-and-white negatives of installation photos of various exhibitions from 1983, with images of events and shots of visitors.

Film as Installation (April 23-May 17, 1980): Installation Photographs
Photography (Winter 1983): Making News: Black Americans in the 60's (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
National Studio Program Open Studios (January 21-January 22, 1983): Installation Photographs
Performance (Spring 1983): Performances From the 60's (January 30-February 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
Habitats (March 9-April 9, 1983): Installation Photographs
Video (Spring 1983): Hans Breder, Keith Sonnier (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs
Spring Dance Series (1983): Dance Environments: New Collaborations Between Dancers and Visual Artists (April 23-June 4, 1983): Installation Photographs; Installation Photographs
Frank Young: Paintings (September 15-October 30, 1983): Installation Photographs
Expressions: New Art from Germany (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.404 1983-1985 Exhibition, Performance, and Event Negatives

Black-and-white negatives of installation photos of various exhibitions, performances, and events from 1983-1985, including seasonal openings, and a portrait of Ed Leffingwell.

Expressions: New Art from Germany (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs
Carl Andre (November 17-December 18, 1983): Installation Photographs
Mary Heilmann (November 17-December 18, 1983): Installation Photographs
National and International Studio Program 1983-1984 Exhibition (January 12-February 12, 1984): Installation Photographs
Photography (Winter 1984): The Family of Man, 1955-1984 (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1984) (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Michael Hurson: Drawings 1969-1983 (February 26-March 25, 1984): Installation Photographs
Sarah Charlesworth: Selected Works 1981-1984 (April 5-May 6, 1984): Installation Photographs
Spring Dance Series (1984): Frontline: Dance and Social Commentary (April 28-June 10, 1984): Installation Photographs
San Francisco/Science Fiction (September 27-October 28, 1984): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1984) (October 14-December 9, 1984): Installation Photographs
Labor Intensive Abstraction: An Exhibition of Highly Detailed Abstract Paintings and Drawings (November 8-December 8, 1984): Installation Photographs
Figures: Sculpture in the Auditorium (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
Ripe Fruit (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1985) (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
Fresh Paint: The Houston School (May 5-June 23, 1985): Installation Photographs

1983-1985
II.A.405 Unidentified Dance Photographs by Tom Brazil

circa 1983
II.A.406 1983-1984 Installation Photographs

Frank Moore: Paintings (May 18-June 18, 1983): Installation Photographs
Frank Young: Paintings (September 15-October 30, 1983): Installation Photographs
David Behrman and Frankie Mann Concert (November 17, 1983): Installation Photographs
Carl Andre (November 17-December 18, 1983): Installation Photographs
Mary Heilmann (November 17-December 18, 1983): Installation Photographs
National and International Studio Program 1983-1984 Exhibition (January 12-February 12, 1984): Installation Photographs

1983-1984
II.A.407 1983-1988 Installation and Event Photographs

Includes numerous images of unidentified exhibition openings and events, with images of Alana Heiss and a party at the Palladium to celebrate The Knot.

International Studio Artists Exhibition (Winter 1983) (January 12-February 12, 1983): Installation Photographs
Film (Winter 1983): Films of the 60's (January 16-March 6, 1983): Art and Event Photographs
The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Art and Event Photographs

1983-1985
II.A.408 1983-1986 Installation and Miscellaneous Photographs

Includes snapshots of unidentified people in an apartment, and shots of store façades and signs.

Terry Rosenberg: Setters (September 15-October 30, 1983): Installation Photographs
Carl Andre (November 17-December 18, 1983): Installation Photographs
Mary Heilmann (November 17-December 18, 1983): Installation Photographs
Limbo (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Timeline: The Chronicle of US Intervention in Central and Latin America (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Photography (Winter 1984): The Family of Man, 1955-1984 (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Michael Hurson: Drawings 1969-1983 (February 26-March 25, 1984): Installation Photographs
Sofia Nicoletti & Annie Ratti (February 26-March 25, 1984): Installation Photographs
National and International Studio Artists Exhibition (November 21-December 22, 1985): Installation Photographs
About Place: Contemporary American Landscape (February 2-March 23, 1986): Installation Photographs
John McCracken: Heroic Stance, A Survey of Sculpture 1965-1986 (October 26-December 26, 1986): Installation Photographs

1983-1986
II.A.409 1983-1986 Installation Photographs

Expressions: New Art from Germany (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs
International Studio Program (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs
Performance at P.S. 1 (December 10, 1983): Installation Photographs
Robert Grosvenor (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Salvaged: Altered Everyday Objects (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Figures: Sculpture in the Auditorium (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
Ripe Fruit (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
Synesthetics: Writers and Artists (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1985) (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
Isamu Noguchi: What is Sculpture? (June 29-September 28, 1986): Installation Photographs

1983-1986
II.A.410 1983-1993 Installation and Event Photographs Contact Sheets

Aside from the exhibitions listed below, includes contact sheets for unidentified exhibitions and opening events including images of Alanna Heiss with Henry Geldzahler, Leo Castelli, and Gianni De Michelis.

Spring Dance Series (1984): Frontline: Dance and Social Commentary (April 28-June 10, 1984): Installation Photographs
Figures: Sculpture in the Auditorium (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
Ripe Fruit (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1985): Barry Goldberg (May 5-June 23, 1985): Installation Photographs
Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Installation Photographs
Magdalena Abakanowicz: War Games (April 18-June 20, 1993): Installation Photographs

1983-1993
II.A.411 General Winter Articles and Clippings

1983
II.A.412 International Studio Artists Exhibition

International Studio Artists Exhibition (Winter 1983) (January 12-February 12, 1983): Press Release

1983
II.A.413 Winter 1983 Opening Photograph

One print showing the opening for the winter season in which most shows were about art of the 1960s under the rubric P.S. 1 Reopens the 60s.

1/16/1983
II.A.414 1960s Exhibitions

Film (Winter 1983): Films of the 60's (January 16-March 6, 1983): Press Release; News Clippings
Performance (Spring 1983): Performances From the 60's (January 30-February 13, 1983): Press Release; News Clippings

1983
II.A.415 Renée Van Halm

Postcard for the special project artist sponsored by the Canadian Consulate General.

Special Projects (Winter 1983) (January 16-March 13, 1983): Printed Ephemera

1983
II.A.416 Survivors of the 60s

Architecture (Winter 1983): Survivors of the 60's (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.417 Art Couples II: Mary Beth Edelson and Robert Stackhouse

Art Couples II: Mary Beth Edelson and Robert Stackhouse (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1983
II.A.418 Betsey Johnson

Fashion (Winter 1983): Betsey Johnson (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1983
II.A.419 It Was a Time for Anger

It Was a Time for Anger (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.420 Oyvind Fahlstrom

Sound (Winter 1983): Oyvind Fahlstrom: "Fagler I Sverige" (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.421 Special Projects (Winter 1983)

Special Projects (Winter 1983) (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.422 Video (Winter 1983)

Video (Winter 1983) (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.423 What Are You Working on Now?: A Pictorial Memoir of the 60's

Contains only a sheet listing participating artists and curators marked "no slides."

What Are You Working on Now? A Pictorial Memoir of the 60's (January 16-March 13, 1983): General Exhibition Documentation

1983
II.A.424 Abstract Painting: 1960-69

Abstract Painting: 1960-69 (January 16-March 13, 1983): News Clippings

1983
II.A.425 Abstract Painting: 1960-69

Includes images from the opening.

Abstract Painting: 1960-69 (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1983
II.A.426 Making News: Black Americans in the 60's

Photography (Winter 1983): Making News: Black Americans in the 60's (January 16-March 13, 1983): Press Release

1983
II.A.427 Carol Squiers Photography Essay

Curatorial statement by Squiers.

Photography (Winter 1983): Making News: Black Americans in the 60's (January 16-March 13, 1983): General Exhibition Documentation

1983
II.A.428 National Studio Program Open Studios

National Studio Program Open Studios (January 21-January 22, 1983): Press Release; News Clippings

1983
II.A.429 Performances from the 60's

Performance (Spring 1983): Performances From the 60's (January 30-February 13, 1983): Press Release; News Clippings

1983
II.A.430 Performances from the 60's

Performance (Spring 1983): Performances From the 60's (January 30-February 13, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.431 Habitats

Habitats (March 9-April 9, 1983): Press Release; News Clippings

1983
II.A.432 Habitats Artwork Images

A variety of slides, snapshots, Polarioids, and prints; with postcard.

Habitats (March 9-April 9, 1983): Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

1983
II.A.433 News Clippings of P.S. 1 Visit by Congressmen

1983
II.A.434 Sorel Cohen

Special Projects (Spring 1983) (April 10-June 5, 1983): News Clippings

1983
II.A.435 Keith Sonnier

Keith Sonnier: Act and Habit (April 10-June 5, 1983): Press Release; News Clippings

1983
II.A.436 Keith Sonnier

Keith Sonnier: Act and Habit (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.437 Multiple Choice

Photography (Spring 1983):: Multiple Choice (April 10-June 5, 1983): News Clippings

1983
II.A.438 Poetry (Spring 1983)

Poetry (Spring 1983) (April 10-June 4, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.439 Special Projects (Spring 1983)

Installation images of special projects and the Mexican figurines, with news clipping and artwork images of Sorel Cohen.

Michoacan Devil Figurines (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1983) (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1983
II.A.440 Arianne Lopez-Huici

Special Projects (Spring 1983) (April 10-June 5, 1983): Printed Ephemera

1983
II.A.441 Art Couples III: Leon Golub and Nancy Spero

Art Couples III: Leon Golub and Nancy Spero (April 10-June 5, 1983): News Clippings

1983
II.A.442 Rebecca Garrett and Lyne Lapointe

Film (Spring 1983): Cinema and Ideology: Rebecca Garrett and Lyne Lapointe (April 10-June 5, 1983): Printed Ephemera

1983
II.A.443 Dance Environments

Includes photocopies of performance photographs and a fourteen-page pamphlet with descriptions of each event in the program; with a press release for the Christian Marclay performance.

Spring Dance Series (1983): Dance Environments: New Collaborations Between Dancers and Visual Artists (April 23-June 4, 1983): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings
Performance (Spring 1983) (June 5, 1983): Press Release

1983
II.A.444 Dance Environments

Performance slides and negatives.

Spring Dance Series (1983): Dance Environments: New Collaborations Between Dancers and Visual Artists (April 23-June 4, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.445 "Season Finale" Dance and Performance Events

Press release and other materials on the final performances in the dance series and spring performance series.

Spring Dance Series (1983): Dance Environments: New Collaborations Between Dancers and Visual Artists (April 23-June 4, 1983): Press Release; News Clippings
Performance (Spring 1983) (June 5, 1983): Press Release

1983
II.A.446 Hans Breder Video Installation Photograph

One photograph only, marked up for publication.

Video (Spring 1983): Hans Breder, Keith Sonnier (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.447 Richard Prince Artwork Photograph

Image of the work Make-up exhibited in Multiple Choice; with other unidentified artwork images possibly by Jennifer Bartlett.

Photography (Spring 1983):: Multiple Choice (April 10-June 5, 1983): Art and Event Photographs

1983
II.A.448 Sound (Spring 1983) Installation Slides

Four slides of a work by Bill and Mary Buchen.

Sound (Spring 1983): Roberto Taroni (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.449 Spring Installation Images

Film (Spring 1983): Cinema and Ideology: Rebecca Garrett and Lyne Lapointe (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs
Photography (Spring 1983):: Multiple Choice (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs
Video (Spring 1983): Hans Breder, Keith Sonnier (April 10-June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.450 News Clippings on New Educational Program

Daily News squib on a program for teenagers staffed by Catholic Charities.

1983
II.A.451 Film as Installation II

Film as Installation II (April 20-May 21, 1983): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1983
II.A.452 General May Articles

1983
II.A.453 Press Release and Invitation for Exhibition by Studio Artist Rolf Hanson

At the American-Scandinavian Foundation.

1983
II.A.454 Frank Moore

Includes negative strips of installation photographs from a Clocktower exhibition and with an envelope labeled "Frank Moore-Negatives."

Frank Moore: Paintings (May 18-June 18, 1983): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1983
II.A.455 Diane Torr

Diane Torr: GoGo World (June 5, 1983): News Clippings

1983
II.A.456 Performance (Spring 1983)

Performance (Spring 1983) (June 5, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.457 General August And September Articles

1983
II.A.458 Press Release and Advertisement of Fall Exhibitions and Programs

1983
II.A.459 D.J. McDonald and Dancers

D.J. McDonald and Dancers: Open Rehearsal (August 27-September 3, 1983): Press Release

1983
II.A.460 Frank Young

Frank Young: Paintings (September 15-October 30, 1983): Press Release; News Clippings

1983
II.A.461 Terry Rosenberg

Terry Rosenberg: Setters (September 15-October 30, 1983): News Clippings

1983
II.A.462 Information Withheld

Video (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): News Clippings

1983
II.A.463 Scott Richter

Special Projects (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): Printed Ephemera

1983
II.A.464 Gary Cathey

Fashion (Fall 1983): "Straight White Male" by Gary Cathey (September 25-November 20, 1983): News Clippings

1983
II.A.465 John Margolies

Architecture (Fall 1983): "Synthetic Links" by John Margolies (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1983
II.A.466 Expressions: New Art from Germany

Expressions: New Art from Germany (September 25-November 20, 1983): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1983
II.A.467 Expressions: New Art from Germany Installation and Artwork Photographs

Expressions: New Art from Germany (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1983
II.A.468 The Way We Live Now

Photography (Fall 1983): The Way We Live Now: Beyond Social Documentary (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.469 Juan Downey and Gary Cathey

Fashion (Fall 1983): "Straight White Male" by Gary Cathey (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs
Video (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.470 Review of Sam Messer Exhibition

At the Twining Gallery.

1983
II.A.471 NYC: Urban Image

Video (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): News Clippings

1983
II.A.472 Rod Rhodes Artwork Slides

Images of works from the 1960s and early 1970s, perhaps associated with Rhode's special project.

Special Projects (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): Art and Event Photographs

1983
II.A.473 Seven Women/Image Impact

Seven Women/Image Impact (September 25-November 20, 1983): News Clippings

1983
II.A.474 The Way We Live Now: Beyond Social Documentary

Photography (Fall 1983): The Way We Live Now: Beyond Social Documentary (September 25-November 20, 1983): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1983
II.A.475 Paul Bob and Scott Pfaffman

Slides of a performance by Paul Bob and work by Scott Pfaffman.

Performance (Fall 1983): "Picture This Future" by Paul Bob (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.476 Special Projects and Seven Women

Seven Women/Image Impact (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs

1983
II.A.477 "Ingrid Roscheck 1983 International Studio Artists Exhibition Clocktower"

Images of street scenes and studios, with some possible installation images; all unlabelled.

International Studio Program (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): Art and Event Photographs

1983
II.A.478 Fall 1983 and Winter 1984 Special Projects

Special Projects (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): News Clippings
Special Projects (Winter 1984) (January 22-March 18, 1984): News Clippings

1983-1984
II.A.479 Sherman Drexler and Rod Rhodes

Special Projects (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): News Clippings
Special Projects (Winter 1984) (January 22-March 18, 1984): News Clippings

1983-1984
II.A.480 General Fall Articles

1983
II.A.481 Film (Fall 1983)

Along with the seasonal film press release, the folder includes a two-paragraph description of an unidentified performance by Pat Steir and Joyce Timpanelli to occur at the Clocktower on Saturday, October 22, of an unknown year (likely either 1979 or 1984).

Film (Fall 1983) (October 22-November 20, 1983): Press Release

1983-1984
II.A.482 David Behrman and Frankie Mann

David Behrman and Frankie Mann Concert (November 17, 1983): News Clippings

1983-1984
II.A.483 Carl Andre and Mary Heilmann

David Behrman and Frankie Mann Concert (November 17, 1983): Printed Ephemera
Carl Andre (November 17-December 18, 1983): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings
Mary Heilmann (November 17-December 18, 1983): Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

1983-1984
II.A.484 Mary Heilmann

Mary Heilmann (November 17-December 18, 1983): News Clippings

1983-1984
II.A.485 Nicolas Moufarrege A Flag for the Eighties

Slides and clippings of an otherwise undocumented installation by Moufarrege, then a studio artist. Also includes images of an opening or party at Moufarrege's studio in October, 1983, with some artwork images from other studio artists.

National Studio Program (Fall 1983) ([unkown opening and closing dates], 1983): Installation Photographs

1982-1984
II.A.486 News Clipping on Gina Wendkos

From Artforum.

December 1983
II.A.487 Press Releases and News Clippings of Winter Exhibitions and Programs

Robert Grosvenor (January 22-March 18, 1984): Press Release; News Clippings

1983-1984
II.A.488 Winter Performance Handbill

Performance at P.S. 1 (December 10, 1983): Printed Ephemera; Printed Ephemera; Printed Ephemera; Printed Ephemera

1983
II.A.489 General Winter News Clippings

1983-1984
II.A.490 "Newsletter: The Institute of Art and Urban Resources, Inc.; Project Studios One (P.S 1), The Clocktower"

First "newsletter" pamphlet about the Spring 1984 exhibition season at P.S. 1 and the Clocktower.

1984
II.A.491 Dreamwork

Dreamwork (December 11, 1986-January 11, 1987): Press Release

1986
II.A.492 Three 1984 Installation Slides

Images from Robert Grosvenor, Yeoh Teng, and San Francisco/Science Fiction.

Fashion (Winter 1984): Yeohlee Teng (January 12-February 12, 1984): Installation Photographs
Robert Grosvenor (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
San Francisco/Science Fiction (September 27-October 28, 1984): Installation Photographs

1984
II.A.493 Description of Special Projects and Clocktower Exhibitions

Four-page description to accompany non-extant slide presentation.

1984-1986
II.A.494 1984-1991 Installation Photographs and Other Images

Includes installation images for unidentified exhibitions; slides of texts and historical works (such as J.M.W. Turner paintings) and other items.

An Australian Accent (April 15-June 10, 1984): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1987) (April 26-June 21, 1987): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
6th Annual National and International Studio Program Exhibition (January 17-March 10, 1988): Installation Photographs
Three Artists from Bohemia: Art Against False Consciousness (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): Installation Photographs

1984-1991
II.A.495 Studio Artists Exhibition

Includes two installation slides and group photograph of the artists.

National and International Studio Program 1983-1984 Exhibition (January 12-February 12, 1984): Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1984-1991
II.A.496 Yeohlee Teng

Fashion (Winter 1984): Yeohlee Teng (January 12-February 12, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1984-1991
II.A.497 General Winter Articles

Includes article on fashion curator Hollywood di Russo.

1984
II.A.498 Eldon Garnet

Postcard only.

Special Projects (Winter 1984) (January 22-March 18, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1984
II.A.499 Izzy Abrahami

Special Projects (Winter 1984) (January 22-March 18, 1984): Press Release; News Clippings

1984
II.A.500 Ted Victoria

Video (Winter 1984): Ted Victoria "Obscura Projections" (January 22-March 18, 1984): News Clippings

1984
II.A.501 The Family of Man, 1955-1984

Photography (Winter 1984): The Family of Man, 1955-1984 (January 22-March 18, 1984): News Clippings

1984
II.A.502 Abstraction and Image Processing

Video (Winter 1984): Abstraction and Image Processing (January 22-March 18, 1984): News Clippings

1984
II.A.503 Photograph of Structure by Richard Bloes

Photograph of a construction at P.S. 1 apparently used in, or for, a video by Bloes.

Video (Winter 1984): Abstraction and Image Processing (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs

1984
II.A.504 Press Release of Winter Exhibitions and Events

With miscellaneous listings and capsule reviews.

1984
II.A.505 Robert Grosvenor Installation Photographs

Robert Grosvenor (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs

1984
II.A.506 Salvaged: Altered Everyday Objects

Salvaged: Altered Everyday Objects (January 22-March 18, 1984): News Clippings

1984
II.A.507 Sherman Drexler

Special Projects (Winter 1984) (January 22-March 18, 1984): News Clippings

1984
II.A.508 Timeline

Timeline: The Chronicle of US Intervention in Central and Latin America (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1984
II.A.509 Alana Heiss Photograph

One print of Heiss with two unidentified guests in the exhibition Timeline.

Timeline: The Chronicle of US Intervention in Central and Latin America (January 22-March 18, 1984): Art and Event Photographs

1984
II.A.510 Winter 1984 Installation Photographs

Also includes contact sheets from exhibition openings.

Fashion (Winter 1984): Yeohlee Teng (January 12-February 12, 1984): Installation Photographs
Limbo (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Robert Grosvenor (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Salvaged: Altered Everyday Objects (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Timeline: The Chronicle of US Intervention in Central and Latin America (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Photography (Winter 1984): The Family of Man, 1955-1984 (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1984) (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Video (Winter 1984): Abstraction and Image Processing (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Video (Winter 1984): Ted Victoria "Obscura Projections" (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
The New Portrait (April 15-June 10, 1984): Installation Photographs

1984
II.A.511 Press Release for Exhibition of Two International Studio Artists

Paintings and Paintings, by Therese Nortvedt and Johan Scott at the American-Scandinavian

1984
II.A.512 Film (Winter 1984)

Program for the February 25th and 26th showing.

Film (Winter 1984) (February 4-March 4, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1984
II.A.513 Michael Hurson:

Michael Hurson: Drawings 1969-1983 (February 26-March 25, 1984): News Clippings

1984
II.A.514 Sofia Nicoletti, Annie Ratti and Michael Hurson

Michael Hurson: Drawings 1969-1983 (February 26-March 25, 1984): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera
Sofia Nicoletti & Annie Ratti (February 26-March 25, 1984): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera

1984
II.A.515 Music & Literature: Thursdays Evenings at The Clocktower

Music & Literature: Thursdays Evenings at The Clocktower (March 22-April 19, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1984
II.A.516 Sarah Charlesworth

Sarah Charlesworth: Selected Works 1981-1984 (April 5-May 6, 1984): News Clippings

1984
II.A.517 Pauline Oliveros

Music & Literature: Thursdays Evenings at The Clocktower (March 22-April 19, 1984): News Clippings

1984
II.A.518 1984 Installation Photographs

An Australian Accent (April 15-June 10, 1984): Installation Photographs
Photography (Spring 1984): Design for Living (April 15-June 10, 1984): Installation Photographs
Spring Dance Series (1984): Frontline: Dance and Social Commentary (April 28-June 10, 1984): Installation Photographs

1984
II.A.519 An Australian Accent

An Australian Accent (April 15-June 10, 1984): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1984
II.A.520 Design for Living

Photography (Spring 1984): Design for Living (April 15-June 10, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1984
II.A.521 Jean Michel Basquiat News Clipping

The New Portrait (April 15-June 10, 1984): News Clippings

1984
II.A.522 Press Releases of Spring Exhibitions and Programs

Includes a press release for a spring special project by Suruchi Chand that may have been delayed until fall.

An Australian Accent (April 15-June 10, 1984): Press Release
The New Portrait (April 15-June 10, 1984): Press Release

1984
II.A.523 The New Portrait

The New Portrait (April 15-June 10, 1984): Checklist

1984
II.A.524 Scot Pfaffman Handbill

Pfaffman's exhibition and Mike Bidlo's performance (see following) appear to be two solo projects by studio artists, separate from the studio program group exhibition.

Scott Pfaffman: Culture with Her Throat Cut (April 15, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1984
II.A.525 Mike Bidlo's 'The Factory' at P.S. 1

Clippings and program of Bidlo's performance/recreation listing the roles and performers, including David Wojnarowicz as Lou Reed; with slides of P.S. 1's attic showing the remains and traces of the performance.

Mike Bidlo Presents: The Factory (April 15, 1984): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1984
II.A.526 News Clipping on Giorgio de Chirico

From The New York Times.

4/27/1984
II.A.527 Dance and Social Commentary

Spring Dance Series (1984): Frontline: Dance and Social Commentary (April 28-June 10, 1984): Press Release; News Clippings

1984
II.A.528 Frontline Press Photographs

Photographs of dancer Tim Miller

Spring Dance Series (1984): Frontline: Dance and Social Commentary (April 28-June 10, 1984): Art and Event Photographs

1984
II.A.529 Film (Spring 1984)

Film (Spring 1984) (May 5-May 20, 1984): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1984
II.A.530 News Clipping on Opening of Expressions: New Art from Germany at the Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.

From The Washington Post.

6/2/1984
II.A.531 General Summer Articles

1984
II.A.532 San Francisco/Science Fiction

San Francisco/Science Fiction (September 27-October 28, 1984): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1984
II.A.533 Press Releases and Advertisements for Fall Openings

1984
II.A.534 Gilles Peress Art Work and Installation Slides

One installation image with two artwork images only.

Gilles Peress: "Telex Iran" (October 14-December 9, 1984): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1984
II.A.535 Gilles Peress and ID: An Exhibition of Third World Woman Photographers

Gilles Peress: "Telex Iran" (October 14-December 9, 1984): Printed Ephemera
ID: An Exhibition of Third World Woman Photographers (October 14-December 9, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1984
II.A.536 Rolando Briseno

Special Projects (Fall 1984) (October 14-December 9, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1984
II.A.537 Underknown

Underknown (October 14-December 9, 1984): News Clippings

1984
II.A.538 Underknown Installation Photographs

Underknown (October 14-December 9, 1984): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera
Video (Winter 1985): Expropriated TV Images (January 13-March 10, 1985): Art and Event Photographs

1984-1985
II.A.539 Valborg Fletre Linn

Fashion (Fall 1984): Valborg Fletre Linn (October 14-December 9, 1984): Press Release

1984-1985
II.A.540 1984 Installation Photographs

Views of works by artists Art Spellings, Andy Carpenter, Joyce Kozloff, Gilles Peress, John Kessler, Coreen Simpson, Howardena Pindell, Josely Carvalho, Mary Ann Breen, El Arte Narrativo, Stephanie Bart-Horvath, and an image of a marching band from Dance and Popular Culture.

Gilles Peress: "Telex Iran" (October 14-December 9, 1984): Installation Photographs
ID: An Exhibition of Third World Woman Photographers (October 14-December 9, 1984): Installation Photographs
Fashion (Fall 1984): Valborg Fletre Linn (October 14-December 9, 1984): Installation Photographs
Figures: Sculpture in the Auditorium (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
El Arte Narrativo Y Pintura Mexicana (May 5-June 23, 1985): Installation Photographs
Spring Dance Series (1985): Dance and Popular Culture (May 5-June 23, 1985): Installation Photographs

1984-1985
II.A.541 Fall Installation Photographs

New Art Machines (October 14-December 9, 1984): Installation Photographs
Fashion (Fall 1984): Valborg Fletre Linn (October 14-December 9, 1984): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1984) (October 14-December 9, 1984): Installation Photographs
Video (Fall 1984): Political Works and "Talking to Myself" (October 14-December 9, 1984): Installation Photographs; Installation Photographs

1984-1985
II.A.542 Miscellaneous Installation Negatives

Various sheets of black-and-white installation negatives, with one sheet of an opening or reception featuring Mayor Ed Koch.

San Francisco/Science Fiction (September 27-October 28, 1984): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1985) (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
El Arte Narrativo Y Pintura Mexicana (May 5-June 23, 1985): Installation Photographs

1984-1985
II.A.543 News Clipping on Mike Bidlo

From The Village Voice.

10/30/1984
II.A.544 Labor Intensive Abstraction

Labor Intensive Abstraction: An Exhibition of Highly Detailed Abstract Paintings and Drawings (November 8-December 8, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1984
II.A.545 "The Aftershock of the New" by Kay Larson

Profile of Alanna Heiss from New York Magazine.

12/24/1984
II.A.546 Advertisements and Listings for Winter Exhibitions and Programs

1985
II.A.547 General Winter News Clippings

1985
II.A.548 Slides of Unidentified Exhibition

Images of an exhibition at the University of California, Berkeley, perhaps from P.S. 1.

1985
II.A.549 News Clippings of Op-Ed Letters Column

From The New York Times; letters in response to the article "Are Museums Slighting Today's Art?" including a submission by MoMA curator Riva Castleman.

1/13/1985
II.A.550 Postcard Invitation to Opening of Winter Exhibitions

1985
II.A.551 Winter Opening Contact Sheets

Contact sheets of the opening depicting Mayor Ed Koch's visit to P.S. 1.

1/13/1985
II.A.552 Studio Program Clippings

National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1984-1985 (January 25-March 3, 1985): News Clippings

1985
II.A.553 Rhonda Zwillinger

Special Projects (Winter 1985) (January 13-March 10, 1985): News Clippings

1985
II.A.554 Cara Pearlman

Fashion (Winter 1985): Cara Pearlman: Dressing Down (January 13-March 10, 1985): Printed Ephemera

1985
II.A.555 Figures: Sculpture in the Auditorium

Figures: Sculpture in the Auditorium (January 13-March 10, 1985): News Clippings

1985
II.A.556 Ripe Fruit

Ripe Fruit (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1985
II.A.557 Synaesthetics: Writers and Artists

Synesthetics: Writers and Artists (January 13-March 10, 1985): News Clippings

1985
II.A.558 Film Program

Film (Winter 1985) (January 19-March 3, 1985): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1985
II.A.559 National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1984-1985

Includes contact sheets only.

National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1984-1985 (January 25-March 3, 1985): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1985
II.A.560 News Clipping on Studio Artist Michael Howard

From The Home News.

1/27/1985
II.A.561 March Clocktower Exhibition Postcard

Alan Kleiman: Facing Inward (March 14-April 7, 1985): Printed Ephemera
Rod Rhodes and Ted Victoria: Immaculate Constructions (March 14-April 7, 1985): Printed Ephemera
Troyan Tecau: Icons and Spikes (March 14-April 7, 1985): Printed Ephemera

1985
II.A.562 Press Release for Spring Opening

Fresh Paint: The Houston School (May 5-June 23, 1985): Press Release
Just Images: Swedish Photography Now (May 5-June 23, 1985): Press Release
Special Projects (Spring 1985): Barry Goldberg (May 5-June 23, 1985): Press Release

1985
II.A.563 Dance and Popular Culture

Includes handbills and descriptions of individual performances

Spring Dance Series (1985): Dance and Popular Culture (May 5-June 23, 1985): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1985
II.A.564 Dance and Popular Culture

Includes images of a high school marching band hired for the opening (with some prints), and installation slides of the dance program.

Spring Dance Series (1985): Dance and Popular Culture (May 5-June 23, 1985): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1985
II.A.565 Dance at P.S. 1 Photograph Exhibition

Multiple copies of one press photograph of Tim Miller (from an unidentified dance program) and a exhibition description.

Photography (Spring 1985): Tom Brazil (May 5-June 23, 1985): Art and Event Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

1985
II.A.566 El Arte Narrativo Y Pintura Mexicana

El Arte Narrativo Y Pintura Mexicana (May 5-June 23, 1985): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1985
II.A.567 Fresh Paint: The Houston School

Fresh Paint: The Houston School (May 5-June 23, 1985): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1985
II.A.568 Fresh Paint: The Houston School

Fresh Paint: The Houston School (May 5-June 23, 1985): Installation Photographs

1985
II.A.569 Fresh Paint and Parallax View News Clippings

Fresh Paint: The Houston School (May 5-June 23, 1985): News Clippings
Parallax View: New York-Köln (April 18-June 20, 1993): News Clippings

1985-1993
II.A.570 Fri.Art

Fri.Art: Made in Switzerland (April 26-June 2, 1985): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1985
II.A.571 Just Images: Swedish Photography Now

Just Images: Swedish Photography Now (May 5-June 23, 1985): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1985
II.A.572 Video Exhibition Program (Spring 1985)

Video (Spring 1985) (May 5-June 23, 1985): News Clippings

1985
II.A.573 Special Projects and Studio Artists Installation Slides

Open Studios (May 5-[unknown closing date], 1985): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1985): Barry Goldberg (May 5-June 23, 1985): Installation Photographs
National and International Studio Artists Exhibition (November 21-December 22, 1985): Installation Photographs

1985-1986
II.A.574 Thursdays Music

Thursdays Music (May 9-June 20, 1985): Printed Ephemera

1985
II.A.575 General Spring And Summer Articles and Clippings

1985
II.A.576 Contemporary Costa Rica

Contemporary Costa Rica (June 13-July 14, 1985): Printed Ephemera

1985
II.A.577 Tadashi Kawamata

Includes draft press releases and exhibition information for Kawamata's project with some background materials; also includes staff meeting minutes from 1985 discussing exhibitions and programming for the coming year.

Tadashi Kawamata (August 29-September 8, 1985): Press Release; Installation Photographs

1985
II.A.578 Postcard of Fall Exhibitions at The Clocktower

1985
II.A.579 Fall Press Release News Clippings

Includes miscellaneous news clippings going back to 1973.

1985
II.A.580 The Knot

Includes numerous Italian clippings.

The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Press Release; News Clippings

1985
II.A.581 "The Knot Italian and French Press"

Foreign press coverage of the show with some English clippings.

The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): News Clippings

1985
II.A.582 The Knot

The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Press Release; News Clippings

1985
II.A.583 The Knot

Includes invitation to opening party at the Palladium.

The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Press Release; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1985
II.A.584 The Knot

The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1985
II.A.585 The Knot

The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1985
II.A.586 Artwork and Activity Photographs

Miscellaneous slides of unidentified artworks, museum and education activities, and construction. Includes artwork photographs by Susan Togut, Noboru Takayama, Tom Koken, Dan Rice, and from the exhibitions listed below.

The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Installation Photographs
Patrick Ireland: Drawings 1965-1985; Installation 1986 (September 19-October 19, 1986): Art and Event Photographs
Michael Tracy: Terminal Privileges/Privilegios Terminales (October 11-December 20, 1987): Installation Photographs
Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995 (April 26-June 21, 1998): Art and Event Photographs

circa 1985-1998
II.A.587 1980-1995 Installation and Miscellaneous Photographs

Includes slides of unidentified Fall 1983 opening performance, portrait of Hollywood Di Russo, one sheet of unlabeled slides from "Marissa's Show" likely from the early 1980's, two sheets of unlabeled slides of what appear to be film stills with the note "Not from Stalin Show," slide sheets of artists' proofs for Robyn Almaleh, Thompkins, Judy Glantzman, Tom F., David Schafer, Margot Lovejoy, Tony Cragg, Richard Deacon, and Eduardo Larrea.

Special Projects (Winter 1980) (February 17-April 6, 1980): Installation Photographs
Critical Perspectives: Curators and Artists (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Fashion (Winter 1983): Betsey Johnson (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
Frank Young: Paintings (September 15-October 30, 1983): Installation Photographs
Terry Rosenberg: Setters (September 15-October 30, 1983): Installation Photographs
Photography (Fall 1983): The Way We Live Now: Beyond Social Documentary (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs; Installation Photographs; Installation Photographs
Carl Andre (November 17-December 18, 1983): Installation Photographs
Fashion (Winter 1984): Yeohlee Teng (January 12-February 12, 1984): Installation Photographs
Robert Grosvenor (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Photography (Winter 1984): The Family of Man, 1955-1984 (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1984) (January 22-March 18, 1984): Installation Photographs; Installation Photographs
Michael Hurson: Drawings 1969-1983 (February 26-March 25, 1984): Installation Photographs
An Australian Accent (April 15-June 10, 1984): Installation Photographs
The New Portrait (April 15-June 10, 1984): Installation Photographs
Just Images: Swedish Photography Now (May 5-June 23, 1985): Installation Photographs
Open Studios (May 5-[unknown closing date], 1985): Installation Photographs
Photography (Spring 1985): Tom Brazil (May 5-June 23, 1985): Installation Photographs
The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Installation Photographs
Donald Lipski (January 4-February 2, 1986): Installation Photographs
Michelangelo Pistoletto: Division and Multiplication of the Mirror (October 2-November 27, 1988): Installation Photographs
Alternating 1 to 100 and Vice Versa, by Alighiero e Boetti (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Installation Photographs

1980-1995
II.A.588 Film (Fall 1985)

Film (Fall 1985) (October 26-November 24, 1985): Press Release; News Clippings

1985
II.A.589 National and International Studio Artists' Exhibition

With other seasonal news clippings.

National and International Studio Artists Exhibition (November 21-December 22, 1985): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1985
II.A.590 Winter and Spring Exhibition Materials

The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): News Clippings
About Place: Contemporary American Landscape (February 2-March 23, 1986): Press Release
Special Projects (Winter 1986) (February 2-March 23, 1986): Printed Ephemera
Progressions: A Cultural Legacy (February 13-March 15, 1986): News Clippings
Images of the Unknown (April 13-June 15, 1986): Checklist; Press Release
Special Projects (Spring 1986) (April 13-June 15, 1986): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings
Film (Spring 1986) (May 10-June 8, 1986): Press Release

1985-1986
II.A.591 Miscellaneous Reviews and Articles

Includes articles on James Turrell.

1985-1987
II.A.592 General News Clippings

1986
II.A.593 Progressions A Cultural Legacy

Progressions: A Cultural Legacy (February 13-March 15, 1986): News Clippings

1986
II.A.594 1986 Installation Photographs

Donald Lipski (January 4-February 2, 1986): Installation Photographs
Matt Mullican (January 4-February 2, 1986): Installation Photographs
Costumes, Masks and Disguises (February 13-March 15, 1986): Art and Event Photographs
Color as Color and Field (March 27-April 27, 1986): Installation Photographs
Engaging Objects: The Participatory Art of Mirrors, Mechanisms, and Shelters (May 9-June 15, 1986): Installation Photographs
Patrick Ireland: Drawings 1965-1985; Installation 1986 (September 19-October 19, 1986): Installation Photographs
Neil Williams (October 30-November 30, 1986): Installation Photographs
Dreamwork (December 11, 1986-January 11, 1987): Art and Event Photographs

1986
II.A.595 1986 and 1987 Installation Slides

Single slides of various exhibitions; includes postcard for the Clocktower winter 1986 openings.

Kiki Smith (January 4-February 2, 1986): Installation Photographs
James Turrell: "Meeting" (October 26, 1986-[ongoing]): Installation Photographs
National and International Studio Artists Exhibition (January 17-February 22, 1987): Installation Photographs

1986-1987
II.A.596 Special Projects and Other Installation Slides

Special Projects (Winter 1986) (February 2-March 23, 1986): Installation Photographs
Images of the Unknown (April 13-June 15, 1986): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1986) (April 13-June 15, 1986): Installation Photographs
Architecture (Fall 1986): Building: Machines (October 26-December 21, 1986): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 1986) (October 26-December 21, 1986): Installation Photographs
John McCracken: Heroic Stance, A Survey of Sculpture 1965-1986 (October 26-December 26, 1986): Installation Photographs
National and International Studio Artists Exhibition (January 17-February 22, 1987): Installation Photographs

1986
II.A.597 Winter Clocktower Postcard

Donald Lipski (January 4-February 2, 1986): Printed Ephemera
Kiki Smith (January 4-February 2, 1986): Printed Ephemera
Matt Mullican (January 4-February 2, 1986): Printed Ephemera

1986
II.A.598 Matt Mullican Installation Slides

Matt Mullican (January 4-February 2, 1986): Installation Photographs

1986
II.A.599 Winter 1986 News Clippings

Small amount of miscellaneous material.

Donald Lipski (January 4-February 2, 1986): News Clippings

1986
II.A.600 Press Releases and Advertisement for Winter Exhibitions and Programs

About Place: Contemporary American Landscape (February 2-March 23, 1986): Press Release

1986
II.A.601 Rebecca Howland

Special Projects (Winter 1986) (February 2-March 23, 1986): News Clippings

1986
II.A.602 About Place: Contemporary American Landscape

About Place: Contemporary American Landscape (February 2-March 23, 1986): Press Release; News Clippings

1986
II.A.603 Landscape Films

Film (Winter 1986): Landscape Films (February 22-March 22, 1986): News Clippings

1986
II.A.604 Women's Caucus for the Arts

Clippings on the three separate, simultaneous exhibitions organized by the Caucus.

Costumes, Masks and Disguises (February 13-March 15, 1986): News Clippings
Letters (February 13-March 15, 1986): News Clippings
Progressions: A Cultural Legacy (February 13-March 15, 1986): News Clippings

1986
II.A.605 Color as Color and Field

Color as Color and Field (March 27-April 27, 1986): Printed Ephemera

1986
II.A.606 Clocktower Press Releases

With miscellaneous news clippings.

Color as Color and Field (March 27-April 27, 1986): Press Release
The Pop Project, Part IV: Nostalgia as Resistance (May 12-June 12, 1988): Press Release
Grand Windows (June 14-October 30, 1988): Press Release
Here and There: Travels, Part III: Travelers at Work (March 23-May 7, 1989): Press Release
The Periphery, Part II: Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek (November 16-December 24, 1989): Press Release
The Periphery, Part V: David Askevold and Renee Green (May 3-June 17, 1990): Press Release
CommuNYCations: Mixed-Use District (October 18-November 18, 1990): Press Release
Do You Know How To Pony? (April 1-May 1, 1993): Press Release

1986-1993
II.A.607 Images of the Unknown

Includes lists of artists in various spring exhibitions.

About Place: Contemporary American Landscape (February 2-March 23, 1986): News Clippings
Images of the Unknown (April 13-June 15, 1986): Checklist; Press Release

1986
II.A.608 Images of the Unknown

Includes compilation of quotes about particular artists; with installation photographs only of a work by Alan Saret.

Images of the Unknown (April 13-June 15, 1986): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1986
II.A.609 Jean Gallagher

Special Projects (Spring 1986) (April 13-June 15, 1986): News Clippings

1986
II.A.610 Spring Dance Series

Postcard, handbills, and press releases.

Spring Dance Series (1986): Shared and Borrowed Images: Cross-Cultural Influences in Contemporary Dance (May 10-June 22, 1986): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1986
II.A.611 Isamu Noguchi: What is Sculpture?

Isamu Noguchi: What is Sculpture? (June 29-September 28, 1986): Press Release; News Clippings

1986
II.A.612 Isamu Noguchi Photographs

Two photographs of Isamu Noguchi in Venice with his works.

Isamu Noguchi: What is Sculpture? (June 29-September 28, 1986): Art and Event Photographs

1986
II.A.613* Isamu Noguchi Installation Contact Sheets

10.5" x 13.5" black-and-white contact sheets of the Venice Biennale exhibition including images of the artist and scenes of

Isamu Noguchi: What is Sculpture? (June 29-September 28, 1986): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1986
II.A.614 Isamu Noguchi Artwork Photograph

Photograph of Noguchi's Akari lamps; with a transparency of a Clocktower press photograph.

undated
II.A.615* Miscellaneous Photographs

Installation images of works by Krzysztof Wodiczko, images by Marco Dalla Vedova, photographs of paintings by Eleanor Bond, and slides of works by Sabina Streeter, likely relating to her special project in 1986.

Special Projects (Spring 1986) (April 13-June 15, 1986): Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

1986-circa 1993
II.A.616 Clocktower Concert Series Presents: New Solo Virtuoso

Clocktower Concert Series Presents: New Solo Virtuoso (April 25-April 27, 1986): Press Release; News Clippings

1986
II.A.617 1986-1987 Exhibition Press Releases and News Clippings

Materials on numerous exhibitions including a poster for Noguchi, handbills for individual performances in the dance series; fall seasonal press release, and materials on the 1987 spring dance program.

Clocktower Concert Series Presents: New Solo Virtuoso (April 25-April 27, 1986): Press Release; News Clippings
Engaging Objects: The Participatory Art of Mirrors, Mechanisms, and Shelters (May 9-June 15, 1986): Press Release; News Clippings
Spring Dance Series (1986): Shared and Borrowed Images: Cross-Cultural Influences in Contemporary Dance (May 10-June 22, 1986): Press Release; Printed Ephemera
Isamu Noguchi: What is Sculpture? (June 29-September 28, 1986): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings
Preview: Eight French Painters (October 26-December 21, 1986): Press Release; News Clippings
Sue Coe: The Malcolm X Series (October 26-December 21, 1986): News Clippings
John McCracken: Heroic Stance, A Survey of Sculpture 1965-1986 (October 26-December 26, 1986): News Clippings
Spring Dance Series (1987): He/She: Love, Sex, and Gender (May 9-June 21, 1987): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1986-1987
II.A.618 Engaging Objects

Engaging Objects: The Participatory Art of Mirrors, Mechanisms, and Shelters (May 9-June 15, 1986): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1986
II.A.619 Redefining Gender

Film (Spring 1986) (May 10-June 8, 1986): Press Release; News Clippings

1986
II.A.620 Patrick Ireland

Patrick Ireland: Drawings 1965-1985; Installation 1986 (September 19-October 19, 1986): Printed Ephemera

1986
II.A.621 Miscellaneous Artwork Slides

Includes images of works by Danny Tisdale, Margo Sawyer, and Meryl Zeisler, Patrick Ireland, and others.

1986
II.A.622 "Fall 1986 at P.S. 1"

Miscellaneous advertisements, listings, and press releases, including a release of 10/28/1986 announcing the handover of the chairmanship of P.S. 1's board of trustees from Brendan Gill to Anthony Solomon, with Giovanni de Michelis assuming the new role of chairman of the International Committee.

1986
II.A.623 News Clipping on Open Studios Weekend Around Manhattan and Queens

From The New York Times.

10/17/1986
II.A.624 Press Release and Advertisement of Fall Exhibitions and Events

1986
II.A.625 James Turrell

Clippings and articles from two decades.

James Turrell: "Meeting" (October 26, 1986-[ongoing]): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1986-1999
II.A.626 Special Projects (Fall 1986)

Special Projects (Fall 1986) (October 26-December 21, 1986): News Clippings

1986
II.A.627 Building: Machines

Architecture (Fall 1986): Building: Machines (October 26-December 21, 1986): Press Release; News Clippings

1986
II.A.628 John McCracken

John McCracken: Heroic Stance, A Survey of Sculpture 1965-1986 (October 26-December 26, 1986): News Clippings

1986
II.A.629 Preview: Eight French Painters

Preview: Eight French Painters (October 26-December 21, 1986): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1986
II.A.630 Sue Coe

Sue Coe: The Malcolm X Series (October 26-December 21, 1986): News Clippings

1986
II.A.631 Fall 1986 News Clippings

One article on McCracken with fall advertisements.

John McCracken: Heroic Stance, A Survey of Sculpture 1965-1986 (October 26-December 26, 1986): News Clippings

1986
II.A.632 Ken Takei

Detailed description of the performance, "Ken Takei's Moving Earth in 'Light: A Retrospective'"; with artist's statement from Stephen Pusey, and materials on the 1986 fall film series and Julia Scher's 1988 exhibition.

Special Projects (Fall 1986) (October 26-December 21, 1986): General Exhibition Documentation
Film (Fall 1986) (October 26-December 26, 1986): Printed Ephemera
Performance (Fall 1987): Kei Takei's Moving Earth: "Light: a Retrospective" (September 19-September 20, 1987[?]): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation
Julia Scher: Public Travel Area (P.T.A.) (January 17-March 20, 1988): Press Release

1986-1988
II.A.633 Neil Williams

Neil Williams (October 30-November 30, 1986): News Clippings

1986
II.A.634 Fall Clocktower Postcard and Advertisement

James Rosenquist (October 30-November 30, 1986): Printed Ephemera
Neil Williams (October 30-November 30, 1986): Printed Ephemera
Robert Creeley: Reading (November 7, 1986): Printed Ephemera

1986
II.A.635 Tim Casey

Open Studio: Tim Casey (November 7, 1986): News Clippings

1986
II.A.636 Winter Newsletter of Exhibitions

1986
II.A.637 Newsletter in Collaboration with the Public Art Fund

Winter, 1987
II.A.638 "Winter 1987"

General news clippings with list of artists and their room assignments.

1987
II.A.639 General Winter News Clippings

1987
II.A.640 Long Island City Press Clippings

Miscellaneous news clippings and newsletters regarding L.I.C.

1987-1988
II.A.641 "Advanced Exhibition Schedule 1987-1988" and Miscellaneous News Clippings

Exhibition descriptions for fall 1987 through fall 1988, with news clippings and reviews of various exhibitions through 1990.

1987-1990
II.A.642 1987 Installation Slides

Small amount of slides only.

Out of the Studio: Art with Community (January 25-March 22, 1987): Installation Photographs
Nicolas Moufarrege (May 28-June 28, 1987): Installation Photographs
Michael Tracy: Terminal Privileges/Privilegios Terminales (October 11-December 20, 1987): Art and Event Photographs

1987-1989
II.A.643 1987 Clocktower Installation Slides

National and International Studio Artists Exhibition (January 17-February 22, 1987): Installation Photographs
Bill Stone: Furnishings (March 5-April 5, 1987): Installation Photographs
Inclinations: Research into the Impossibility of Perpetual Motion, New Work by Barry Holden (March 5-April 5, 1987): Installation Photographs
The Artists Project: An Overview (March 5-April 5, 1987): Installation Photographs
The Pop Project, Part I: This is Tomorrow, Today: The Independent Group and British Pop Art (October 22-December 27, 1987): Installation Photographs

1987
II.A.644 Studio Exhibition Slides

Small amount of slides only.

National and International Studio Artists Exhibition (January 17-February 22, 1987): Installation Photographs
Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England and Germany (April 26-June 21, 1987): Installation Photographs
6th Annual National and International Studio Program Exhibition (January 17-March 10, 1988): Installation Photographs

1987-1988
II.A.645 National and International Studio Artists Exhibition

News clipping and advertisement, with insurance valuation checklist and a letter describing the theft of a small artwork from the exhibition.

National and International Studio Artists Exhibition (January 17-February 22, 1987): News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

Restricted material removed: Theft correspondence and insurance documents.

1987
II.A.646 Charles Genco Artwork Slides

Special Projects (Winter 1987) (January 25-March 22, 1987): Art and Event Photographs

1987
II.A.647 Nick Ghiz

Special Projects (Winter 1987) (January 25-March 22, 1987): News Clippings

1987
II.A.648 Out of the Studio

Includes pamphlet texts.

Out of the Studio: Multi-Disciplinary Community (January 25-March 15, 1987): News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation
Out of the Studio: Art with Community (January 25-March 22, 1987): News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation
Out of the Studio: Photography and Community (January 25-March 22, 1987): News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

1987
II.A.649 "Special Projects December 1986"

Special Projects (Winter 1987) (January 25-March 22, 1987): News Clippings
Special Projects (Fall 1987) (October 11-December 20, 1987): Printed Ephemera

1987
II.A.650 Postcard of Spring Clocktower Exhibitions

1987
II.A.651 P.U.L.S.E. (People Who Use Light Sound and Energy)

P.U.L.S.E. (People Who Use Light Sound and Energy) (April 4-May 23, 1987): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1987
II.A.652 "Artists Are Creating A Wonderland of Video in Museums and Galleries"

Article from The New York Times.

3/6/1987
II.A.653 "Art People" by Douglas C. McGill

From The New York Times; on Anthony Solomon, new P.S. 1 board chairman.

3/20/1987
II.A.654 Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney

Postcard only, referring to the exhibition as Guerrilla Girls Talk Back to the Whitney.

Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney (April 16-May 17, 1987): Printed Ephemera

1987
II.A.655 Guerrilla Girls and Special Projects Installation Slides

Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney (April 16-May 17, 1987): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1987) (April 26-June 21, 1987): Installation Photographs

1987
II.A.656 Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England Germany

Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England and Germany (April 26-June 21, 1987): Press Release; News Clippings

1987
II.A.657 Juxtapositions Artwork Photographs

Numerous prints of sculptures by different artists.

Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England and Germany (April 26-June 21, 1987): Art and Event Photographs

1987
II.A.658 Juxtapositions Artwork Photographs

Large number of prints and negatives; artwork images predominate with installation images and contact sheets mixed in. Also includes John McCracken installation images.

John McCracken: Heroic Stance, A Survey of Sculpture 1965-1986 (October 26-December 26, 1986): Installation Photographs
Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England and Germany (April 26-June 21, 1987): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1987
II.A.659 Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England Germany

Small amount of slides from the show with one Michael Tracy image and other unidentified installation images.

Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England and Germany (April 26-June 21, 1987): Installation Photographs
Michael Tracy: Terminal Privileges/Privilegios Terminales (October 11-December 20, 1987): Installation Photographs

1987
II.A.660 Special Projects (Spring 1987)

News clipping for Petah Coyne, with a detailed press release and postcard for a work by Margot Lovejoy.

Special Projects (Spring 1987) (April 26-June 21, 1987): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1987
II.A.661 Victor Schrager

With CVs of the artist and curators.

Photography (Spring 1987): Victor Schrager: Photography (April 26-June 21, 1987): Checklist; News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

1987
II.A.662 Spring Dance Series

Includes handbills and handouts describing the performances and participants.

Spring Dance Series (1987): He/She: Love, Sex, and Gender (May 9-June 21, 1987): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1987
II.A.663 Spring Clocktower Postcard

Nicolas Moufarrege (May 28-June 28, 1987): Printed Ephemera
Film (Spring 1987): New Works by Women (June 4-June 25, 1987): Printed Ephemera
The Hub: Computer Network Music (June 6-June 7, 1987): Printed Ephemera

1987
II.A.664 The Hub: Computer Network Music

The Hub: Computer Network Music (June 6-June 7, 1987): News Clippings

1987
II.A.665 "Les Espaces Alternatifs Fleurissent a New York" by Shirley Suckow

From Tribune des Arts.

June 1987
II.A.666 Nicolas Moufarrege

Nicolas Moufarrege (May 28-June 28, 1987): News Clippings

1987
II.A.667 Fall Seasonal Press Release

1987
II.A.668 Advertisement of P.S. 1 Fall Exhibitions and Events

1987
II.A.669 Kei Takei

Performance (Fall 1987): Kei Takei's Moving Earth: "Light: a Retrospective" (September 19-September 20, 1987[?]): Press Release

1987
II.A.670 Frank Moore and Jim Self

Invitation/press release and handbill, with miscellaneous fall advertisements.

Frank Moore and Jim Self: The Miller's Wife (October 11-November 20, 1987): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1987
II.A.671 Alberto Montaño

Alberto Montaño: "The Magic of Today" (October 11-December 20, 1987): Printed Ephemera

1987
II.A.672 Michael Tracy

Michael Tracy: Terminal Privileges/Privilegios Terminales (October 11-December 20, 1987): Press Release; News Clippings

1987
II.A.673 Michael Tracy Artwork and Installation Slides

Early slides of works from 1975 to 1983 by "Charles Michael Tracy" with multiple copies of one installation image.

Michael Tracy: Terminal Privileges/Privilegios Terminales (October 11-December 20, 1987): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1987
II.A.674 Michael Tracy Exhibition Texts

A set of laminated dedicatory texts apparently taken from Mexican or Spanish altar pieces, likely from the Tracy exhibition.

Michael Tracy: Terminal Privileges/Privilegios Terminales (October 11-December 20, 1987): General Exhibition Documentation

1987-1990
II.A.675 The Hallucination of Truth

Photography (Fall 1987): The Hallucination of Truth (October 11-December 20, 1987): News Clippings

1987
II.A.676 The Pop Project, Part I: This is Tomorrow, Today

The Pop Project, Part I: This is Tomorrow, Today: The Independent Group and British Pop Art (October 22-December 27, 1987): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1987
II.A.677 Pop Project Installation Photographs

Multiple copies of color prints of a few artworks and installations.

The Pop Project, Part I: This is Tomorrow, Today: The Independent Group and British Pop Art (October 22-December 27, 1987): Installation Photographs

1987
II.A.678 Pop Project Slides

Numerous images of the exhibition "This is Tomorrow Today," most likely all from its appearance at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, though possibly including shots from the Clocktower. The Pop Project, Part I: This is Tomorrow, Today: The Independent Group and British Pop Art (October 22-December 27, 1987): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1987
II.A.679 General December Articles

1987
II.A.680 Press Releases and Advertisement for Winter Exhibitions and Programs

1987
II.A.681 Miscellaneous Articles, Reviews, and Ephemera

The bulk of materials is from the 1987 and 1988 seasons; includes partial curatorial statement from Figures.

Batya Zamir: Dance Performance (May 20-May 21, 1977): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs
Figures: Sculpture in the Auditorium (January 13-March 10, 1985): General Exhibition Documentation
Special Projects (Spring 1987) (April 26-June 21, 1987): Printed Ephemera
Cameron McNall: Installation "Black + White" (April 17-May 29, 1988): Press Release
Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Printed Ephemera
Queens Symphony Orchestra: Sounds from the Left Bank (May 1-June 5, 1988): News Clippings
Brazil Projects: Film Screenings (May 13-May 23, 1988): Press Release

1979-1991
II.A.682 Miscellaneous Postcards and Brochures

Postcards from numerous exhibitions, mainly for artists from various Special Projects.

Special Projects (Spring 1979) (April 22-June 10, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Spring 1986) (April 13-June 15, 1986): Printed Ephemera
Frank Moore and Jim Self: The Miller's Wife (October 11-November 20, 1987): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Fall 1987) (October 11-December 20, 1987): Printed Ephemera

1979-1987
II.A.683 General Winter and Spring Articles

1988
II.A.684 Rod Rhodes and Studio Program Artwork Slides

With unrelated images. The Rod Rhodes images are not known to be connected to a specific exhibition.

6th Annual National and International Studio Program Exhibition (January 17-March 10, 1988): Art and Event Photographs

circa 1988
II.A.685 Fabrications and Understatements: Selected Architectural Projects

Accordion-fold booklet in manila envelope.

Clif Balch and Moji Baratloo: "Fabrications and Understatements: Selected Architectural Projects" (January 17-March 10, 1988): Printed Ephemera

1988
II.A.686 Winter Seasonal Press Release

1988
II.A.687 Noriyuki Haraguchi and Kaoru Hirabayashi

6th Annual National and International Studio Program Exhibition (January 17-March 10, 1988): News Clippings
Noriyuki Haraguchi (January 17-March 10, 1988): News Clippings

1988
II.A.688 The Logic of Display

Photography (Winter 1988): The Logic of Display (January 17-March 10, 1988): News Clippings

1988
II.A.689 The Pop Project, Part II: Homeless Projects

The Pop Project, Part II: Public Image (January 21-February 28, 1988): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1988
II.A.690 "Lo Sbadiglio del Neo-Pedantismo (una Vecchia Scuola Diventa un Museo Povero), Lettera da New York di Lucio Pozzi"

Article on P.S. 1 by the artist from Il Giornale Dell'Arte, Anno VI N. 54.

March 1988
II.A.691 The Pop Project, Part III

The Pop Project, Part III: Present Tensions: 25 Years of Irreverence in Architecture (March 21-May 1, 1988): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1988
II.A.692 Miscellaneous 1988 Photographs

Single installation images from Glenn Ligon and the Pop Project; with photographs of the spring 1988 visit by Gianni de Michelis.

The Pop Project, Part III: Present Tensions: 25 Years of Irreverence in Architecture (March 21-May 1, 1988): Installation Photographs
National and International Studio Artist Exhibtion Series 1989-1990 (October 15, 1989-March 14, 1990): Installation Photographs

1988-1990
II.A.693 Spring Newsletter of Exhibitions

1988
II.A.694 Cameron McNall

Cameron McNall: Installation "Black + White" (April 17-May 29, 1988): Printed Ephemera

1988
II.A.695 Brazil Projects

Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Press Release; News Clippings

1988
II.A.696 Brazil Projects

Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1988
II.A.697 Brazil Projects

Includes artwork and opening images.

Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1988
II.A.698 Brazil Projects Installation Slides and Artwork Images

Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1988
II.A.699 Miscellaneous Photographs

Unidentified photographs including casual snapshots of Alanna Heiss and dinner companions; with a poster/pamphlet for "Garden of Light," a work by Denise Milan and Linda Hartinian as part of Brazil Projects.

Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Printed Ephemera

circa 1980s
II.A.700 Miscellaneous Artwork Photographs

Images of works by (Kiyoshi?) Kawashima, Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Noriyuki Hariguchi, and others.

1985-1987
II.A.701 Kitsch, Psychedelia, Headlines, Quotations

Film (Spring 1988): Kitsch, Psychedelia, Headlines, Quotations (June 2-June 12, 1988): News Clippings

1988
II.A.702 Gianni de Michelis Visit Photographs and Press Release

Photographs and press release of Michelis' visit to the Brazil exhibition, soon after his appointment as Deputy Premier of Italy.

Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Art and Event Photographs

1988
II.A.703 Queens Symphony Orchestra

Queens Symphony Orchestra: Sounds from the Left Bank (May 1-June 5, 1988): News Clippings

1988
II.A.704 The Pop Project, Part IV

The Pop Project, Part IV: Nostalgia as Resistance (May 12-June 12, 1988): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1988
II.A.705 "Hard Questions About Exhibiting U.S. Artwork Abroad" by Michael Brenson

From The New York Times.

5/22/1988
II.A.706 Grand Windows

Includes installation map and MTA newsletters.

Grand Windows (June 14-October 30, 1988): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1988
II.A.707 Barebones Dancing

Includes floor plans, programs and performance descriptions, and blank forms and contracts.

Spring Dance Series (1988): Barebones Dancing (June 18-July 3, 1988): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

1988
II.A.708 Sandor Ajzenstat and Ward Fleming

Sound (Spring 1988): Installations by Sandor Ajzenstat and Ward Fleming (June 18-July 3, 1988): Press Release; News Clippings

1988
II.A.709 "Jean Michel Basquiat: Hazards of Sudden Success and Fame" by Michael Wines

From The New York Times.

8/27/1988
II.A.710 Michelangelo Pistoletto

Michelangelo Pistoletto: Division and Multiplication of the Mirror (October 2-November 27, 1988): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1988
II.A.711 Michelangelo Pistoletto Installation Photographs

Michelangelo Pistoletto: Division and Multiplication of the Mirror (October 2-November 27, 1988): Installation Photographs

1988
II.A.712 Michelangelo Pistoletto Installation Photographs

Michelangelo Pistoletto: Division and Multiplication of the Mirror (October 2-November 27, 1988): Installation Photographs

1988
II.A.713 Michelangelo Pistoletto Installation Photographs

Slides and prints of Michelangelo Pistoletto's work at P.S. 1 over a number of exhibitions.

Michelangelo Pistoletto: Mirror Painting (March 10-April 12, 1980): Installation Photographs
The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Installation Photographs
Michelangelo Pistoletto: Division and Multiplication of the Mirror (October 2-November 27, 1988): Installation Photographs

1978-1988
II.A.714 Michelangelo Pistoletto and Other Installation Slides

Includes two slides of installations by Richard Nonas, dated 1988, but from an unknown exhibition.

Julia Scher: Public Travel Area (P.T.A.) (January 17-March 20, 1988): Installation Photographs
Michelangelo Pistoletto: Division and Multiplication of the Mirror (October 2-November 27, 1988): Installation Photographs
National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1988-89 (April 23-June 12, 1989): Installation Photographs

1988-1989
II.A.715 Michelangelo Pistoletto Installation Transparencies

With a postcard advertising the Liadin Cooke exhibition.

Michelangelo Pistoletto: Division and Multiplication of the Mirror (October 2-November 27, 1988): Installation Photographs
National and International Studio Artist Exhibition Series (January 14-March 11, 1990): Printed Ephemera

1988-1990
II.A.716 Here and There Travels, Part I

Here and There: Travels, Part I: Outside Insight (October 27-December 11, 1988): Press Release; News Clippings

1988
II.A.717 General 1988-1989 Articles

1988-1989
II.A.718 Postcard of Winter Exhibitions

1989
II.A.719 Miscellaneous Artwork and Installation Slides

A combination of research and installation slides from exhibitions at P.S. 1 and outside institutions, many unidentified.

Special Projects (Spring 1978) (April 14-May 28, 1978): Installation Photographs
New Wave Painting (March 7-March 31, 1979): Installation Photographs
Studio Workspace Exhibition 1979-1980 (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): Installation Photographs
Wm. Schwedler: Recent Paintings on Plywood and Paper with Roseville (April 22-May 16, 1981): Installation Photographs
International Studio Program (Spring 1981) (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs
Spring Dance Series (1984): Frontline: Dance and Social Commentary (April 28-June 10, 1984): Installation Photographs
About Place: Contemporary American Landscape (February 2-March 23, 1986): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 1987) (April 26-June 21, 1987): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1989) (January 15-March 12, 1989): Installation Photographs

1978-1989
II.A.720 Miscellaneous Artwork Photographs

Includes some slides of artworks associated with P.S. 1 exhibitions, as well as unidentified images and possibly unsolicited materials.

Critical Perspectives: Curators and Artists (January 17-March 14, 1982): Art and Event Photographs
Rod Rhodes and Ted Victoria: Immaculate Constructions (March 14-April 7, 1985): Art and Event Photographs
Allan Sekula: Geography Lesson: Canadian Notes (October 11-December 20, 1987): Art and Event Photographs

1982-1989
II.A.721 Miscellaneous Artwork Photographs

Includes slides of various artworks by Fred Gutzeit, Frank Fristachi, Donald Lipski, Kiki Smith, and other artists associated with exhibitions, as well as numerous unidentified images.

circa 1982-1989
II.A.722 Winter and Spring Installation Slides

Includes brief correspondence regarding the Franz West catalogue and press photographs; also includes partial Franz West checklist keyed to a floor plan, and one Jackie Winsor artwork photograph.

Jackie Winsor (January 17-March 10, 1988): Art and Event Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1989) (January 15-March 12, 1989): Installation Photographs
Possibility/Franz West (April 23-June 11, 1989): Checklist; Installation Photographs
National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1988-89 (April 23-June 12, 1989): Installation Photographs
The Drowned World: Waterworks (April 23-June 12, 1989): Installation Photographs

1988-1989
II.A.723 1989 Installation Photographs

Here and There: Travels, Part II: Sad Travels (January 26-March 12, 1989): Installation Photographs
Here and There: Travels, Part III: Travelers at Work (March 23-May 7, 1989): Installation Photographs
Here and There: Travels, Part IV: Mapping Travels (May 18-July 2, 1989): Installation Photographs
The Periphery, Part I: Andreas Gursky and Thomas Struth (September 28-November 5, 1989): Installation Photographs
The Periphery, Part II: Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek (November 16-December 24, 1989): Installation Photographs

1989
II.A.724 Miscellaneous 1989 Installation Images

Include images of Pistoletto artworks and of visitors to the exhibition (with Pistoletto); one photograph of a Rod Rhodes artwork; images of the studio program and slides of The Drowned World; with some unidentified images.

Michelangelo Pistoletto: Division and Multiplication of the Mirror (October 2-November 27, 1988): Art and Event Photographs
National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1988-89 (April 23-June 12, 1989): Installation Photographs
The Drowned World: Waterworks (April 23-June 12, 1989): Installation Photographs
The Periphery, Part II: Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek (November 16-December 24, 1989): Art and Event Photographs

1989
II.A.725* Building Photographs

Large undated prints of the Clocktower and P.S. 1; also with contact sheets of Alanna Heiss and unidentified people.

circa 1980s
II.A.726 Miscellaneous Installation Negatives and Transparencies

Small amount of images, including an artwork image by Barbara Galluci, images of Donald Lipski works from an unspecified exhibition, and one Rod Rhodes image.

Special Projects (Winter 1989) (January 15-March 12, 1989): Art and Event Photographs
The Periphery, Part II: Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek (November 16-December 24, 1989): Art and Event Photographs
Donald Lipski: The Bells (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): Installation Photographs

1989-1992
II.A.727 Hilm af Klint and Special Projects Installation Photographs

Includes a checklist with hand-drawn thumbnail images for "Hilma" and CVs of Special Project artists.

The Secret Pictures by Hilma af Klint (January 15-March 12, 1989): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1989) (January 15-March 12, 1989): Installation Photographs

1989
II.A.728 Theatergarden Bestiarium

Includes seasonal press release.

Theatergarden Bestiarium (January 15-March 12, 1989): Press Release

1989
II.A.729 Theatergarden Bestiarium

Much of the material from Europe.

Theatergarden Bestiarium (January 15-March 12, 1989): News Clippings

1989
II.A.730 Theatergarden Bestiarium

Much of the material from Europe.

Theatergarden Bestiarium (January 15-March 12, 1989): News Clippings

1989
II.A.731 Theatergarden Bestiarium Slides

Slides are likely part of a slideshow installation.

Theatergarden Bestiarium (January 15-March 12, 1989): Installation Photographs

1989
II.A.732 Hilma Af Klint Clippings and Materials

Includes transcript of a gallery lecture by curator Ake Fant.

The Secret Pictures by Hilma af Klint (January 15-March 12, 1989): News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

1989
II.A.733 General Spring Articles

1989
II.A.734 Spring Newsletter of Exhibitions

1989
II.A.735 Here and There: Travels, Part III

Here and There: Travels, Part III: Travelers at Work (March 23-May 7, 1989): News Clippings

1989
II.A.736 Franz West

Possibility/Franz West (April 23-June 11, 1989): Press Release; News Clippings

1989
II.A.737 Winter Seasonal Press Release

Possibility/Franz West (April 23-June 11, 1989): Press Release
National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1988-89 (April 23-June 12, 1989): Press Release
The Drowned World: Waterworks (April 23-June 12, 1989): Press Release

1989
II.A.738 Studio Exhibition Artwork Photographs

National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1988-89 (April 23-June 12, 1989): Art and Event Photographs

1989
II.A.739 The Drowned World: Waterworks

The Drowned World: Waterworks (April 23-June 12, 1989): News Clippings

1989
II.A.740 The Drowned World Installation Photographs

3" x 5" sepia prints of The Drowned World, Polaroid images of a proposal by Zadik Zadikian, and numerous unidentified artwork negatives.

The Drowned World: Waterworks (April 23-June 12, 1989): Installation Photographs

1989
II.A.741 Competition Diomede

The Drowned World: Waterworks (April 23-June 12, 1989): News Clippings
Here and There: Travels, Part IV: Competition Diomede (May 18-July 2, 1989): News Clippings

1989
II.A.742 Here and There: Travels, Part IV

Here and There: Travels, Part IV: Mapping Travels (May 18-July 2, 1989): Printed Ephemera

1989
II.A.743 Article on Architectural Curator Glenn Weiss

From Vogue.

June 1989
II.A.744 1989 General Articles

Various clippings on exhibitions and artists, with some mentions of the Diomede competition.

Here and There: Travels, Part IV: Competition Diomede (May 18-July 2, 1989): News Clippings

1989
II.A.745 Giancarlo Neri

Giancarlo Neri: "Still Night" (September 28-October 15, 1989): News Clippings

1989
II.A.746 The Periphery Series Press Release

The Periphery, Part I: Andreas Gursky and Thomas Struth (September 28-November 5, 1989): Press Release
The Periphery, Part II: Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek (November 16-December 24, 1989): Press Release
The Periphery, Part III: Video Spin-Offs (January 18-February 25, 1990): Press Release
The Periphery, Part IV: Eleanor Bond and Kiki Smith (March 15-April 22, 1990): Press Release
The Periphery, Part V: David Askevold and Renee Green (May 3-June 17, 1990): Press Release

1989
II.A.747 Fall Clocktower Press Release

Giancarlo Neri: "Still Night" (September 28-October 15, 1989): Press Release
The Periphery, Part I: Andreas Gursky and Thomas Struth (September 28-November 5, 1989): Press Release
The Periphery, Part II: Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek (November 16-December 24, 1989): Press Release

1989
II.A.748 The Periphery, Part I: Andreas Gursky and Thomas Struth

The Periphery, Part I: Andreas Gursky and Thomas Struth (September 28-November 5, 1989): News Clippings

1989
II.A.749 Fall Newsletter of Exhibitions

1989
II.A.750 Review of Alan Saret Exhibition at Lorence-Monk Gallery

From Art in America.

October 1989
II.A.751 Ellen Driscoll

National and International Studio Artists Exhibition (January 17-February 22, 1987): News Clippings

1989
II.A.752 André Cadere, Raymond Hains, and Catherine Beaugrand

André Cadere (1934-1978) (October 15-December 10, 1989): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings
Catherine Beaugrand (October 15-December 10, 1989): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings
Raymond Hains (October 15-December 10, 1989): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1989
II.A.753 Raymond Hains and André Cadere Artwork Images

Many of the slides are unlabeled, with perhaps some installation images mixed in.

André Cadere (1934-1978) (October 15-December 10, 1989): Art and Event Photographs
Raymond Hains (October 15-December 10, 1989): Art and Event Photographs

1989
II.A.754 Three French Painters Installation Photographs

André Cadere (1934-1978) (October 15-December 10, 1989): Installation Photographs
Catherine Beaugrand (October 15-December 10, 1989): Installation Photographs
Raymond Hains (October 15-December 10, 1989): Installation Photographs

1989
II.A.755 Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek

Includes postcard, catalogue, press release, with some news clippings.

The Periphery, Part II: Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek (November 16-December 24, 1989): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1989
II.A.756 Rod Rhodes and Other Installation Slides

Apart from the Rhodes images most are unidentified except as "P.S. 1 Fall 1986."

The Periphery, Part II: Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek (November 16-December 24, 1989): Installation Photographs

1986-1989
II.A.757 Winter Seasonal Press Release

Forced Out: The Agony of the Refugee in Our Time (January 14-March 11, 1990): Press Release
Marcia Hafif (January 14-March 11, 1990): Press Release
Stephen Prina: Monochrome Painting (January 14-March 11, 1990): Press Release

1990
II.A.758 Winter 1990 Exhibition Calendar

1990
II.A.759 Winter 1990 News Clippings

The Periphery, Part II: Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek (November 16-December 24, 1989): News Clippings
Forced Out: The Agony of the Refugee in Our Time (January 14-March 11, 1990): News Clippings
The Periphery, Part III: Video Spin-Offs (January 18-February 25, 1990): News Clippings
The Periphery, Part V: David Askevold and Renee Green (May 3-June 17, 1990): Checklist

1989-1990
II.A.760 1990 Clocktower Installation Photographs

The Periphery, Part III: Video Spin-Offs (January 18-February 25, 1990): Installation Photographs
The Periphery, Part IV: Eleanor Bond and Kiki Smith (March 15-April 22, 1990): Installation Photographs
CommuNYCations: Public Mirror: Artists Against Racial Prejudice (September 13-October 7, 1990): Installation Photographs
CommuNYCations: Mixed-Use District (October 18-November 18, 1990): Installation Photographs

1990
II.A.761 AIDS Timeline Installation Slides

Installation images of an exhibition regarding the chronology of the AIDS epidemic, with other unrelated images.

circa 1990
II.A.762 Miscellaneous Installation Slides

Individual slides from more than ten different exhibitions over two decades.

Special Projects (Winter 1981) (February 17-April 6, 1981): Installation Photographs
Fashion (Winter 1982): Willi Smith: Art as Damaged Goods (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Fashion (Winter 1983): Betsey Johnson (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
National Studio Program (Fall 1983) ([unkown opening and closing dates], 1983): Installation Photographs
(C)Overt: A Series of Exhibitions (January 17-March 6, 1988): Installation Photographs
Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Installation Photographs
Forced Out: The Agony of the Refugee in Our Time (January 14-March 11, 1990): Installation Photographs
David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble, 1969-1990 (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): Installation Photographs
Dennis Oppenheim: And the Mind Grew Fingers (December 8, 1991-February 9, 1992): Installation Photographs
Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): Installation Photographs
Alternating 1 to 100 and Vice Versa, by Alighiero e Boetti (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Installation Photographs

1982-1990
II.A.763 1990 Installation Photographs

Forced Out: The Agony of the Refugee in Our Time (January 14-March 11, 1990): Installation Photographs
Marcia Hafif (January 14-March 11, 1990): Installation Photographs
Stephen Prina: Monochrome Painting (January 14-March 11, 1990): Installation Photographs
China - June 4, 1989 (April 22-June 17, 1990): Installation Photographs
Out of Site (December 16, 1990-[unknown closing date]): Installation Photographs

1990
II.A.764 1990-1993 Installation Photographs

Marcia Hafif (January 14-March 11, 1990): Installation Photographs
Lewis Baltz: Rule Without Exception (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): Installation Photographs
Berlin Divided: Sissel Tolas, Milovan Markovic, Else Gabriel, Rolf Julius. (April 19-June 9, 1991): Installation Photographs
Buffie Johnson: Paintings from the 40s and 90s (April 18-June 20, 1993): Installation Photographs
Patrick Ireland: Selections 1963-1993 (April 18-June 20, 1993): Installation Photographs

1990-1993
II.A.765 "Miscellaneous Photographs" Board of Trustees Photo Shoot

Numerous unlabeled group and individual shots of trustees from a single photoshoot, with some additional images.

1990s
II.A.766 Alan Saret

Alan Saret (January 14-March 11, 1990): News Clippings

1990
II.A.767 Forced Out

Clippings with multiple prints of one installation image.

Forced Out: The Agony of the Refugee in Our Time (January 14-March 11, 1990): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1990
II.A.768 Marcia Hafif

Marcia Hafif (January 14-March 11, 1990): News Clippings

1990
II.A.769 Marcia Hafif and Stephen Prina Installation Photographs

Marcia Hafif (January 14-March 11, 1990): Installation Photographs
Stephen Prina: Monochrome Painting (January 14-March 11, 1990): Installation Photographs

1990
II.A.770 Stephen Prina

Stephen Prina: Monochrome Painting (January 14-March 11, 1990): News Clippings

1990
II.A.771 National and International Studio Artist Exhibition

Pamphlet/catalogue and postcard for Lydia Schouten.

National and International Studio Artist Exhibtion Series 1989-1990 (October 15, 1989-March 14, 1990): Printed Ephemera

1990
II.A.772 The Periphery, Part III

Forced Out: The Agony of the Refugee in Our Time (January 14-March 11, 1990): News Clippings
The Periphery, Part III: Video Spin-Offs (January 18-February 25, 1990): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1990
II.A.773 The Periphery, Part IV

The Periphery, Part IV: Eleanor Bond and Kiki Smith (March 15-April 22, 1990): Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

1990
II.A.774 Postcard And Opening Invitation to Spring Exhibitions

1990
II.A.775 Danny Tisdale and The Periphery, Part V

Special Projects (Spring 1990) (April 22-June 17, 1990): News Clippings
The Periphery, Part V: David Askevold and Renee Green (May 3-June 17, 1990): News Clippings

1990
II.A.776 The Periphery, Part V

The Periphery, Part V: David Askevold and Renee Green (May 3-June 17, 1990): Press Release; News Clippings

1990
II.A.777 China - June 4, 1989

China - June 4, 1989 (April 22-June 17, 1990): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings
Special Projects (Spring 1990) (April 22-June 17, 1990): Printed Ephemera

1990
II.A.778 Special Projects (Spring 1990)

Special Projects (Spring 1990) (April 22-June 17, 1990): Press Release; Installation Photographs

1990
II.A.779 Willy Cole and Kevin Carter

Two installation images of works by Kevin Carter and Willy Cole, with artwork images from other artists.

Special Projects (Spring 1990) (April 22-June 17, 1990): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1990
II.A.780 Casinò Fantasma

Casinò Fantasma (May 24-July 15, 1990): News Clippings

1990
II.A.781 "Citicorp Tower as a Harbinger for Jackson Avenue" by David W. Dunlap

From The New York Times.

6/3/1990
II.A.782 Fall Seasonal Press Release

Brief release primarily for one exhibition.

Out of Site (December 16, 1990-[unknown closing date]): Press Release

1990
II.A.783 Fall and Winter News Clippings

CommuNYCations: Public Mirror: Artists Against Racial Prejudice (September 13-October 7, 1990): News Clippings
CommuNYCations: Positive Actions: Visual AIDS Competition (November 29, 1990-January 20, 1991): News Clippings

1990-1991
II.A.784* Exhibition Photographs

Two prints with 8" x 10" negatives, one of an installation view of Looking Into a Face by G. Graupe-Pillard, and the other a photograph by Pablo Delano Living Room Under the Brooklyn Bridge, 1989.

CommuNYCations: Public Mirror: Artists Against Racial Prejudice (September 13-October 7, 1990): Art and Event Photographs

1990
II.A.785 Miscellaneous Clocktower Brochures and Installation Slides

Application/announcement for Positive Actions, poster/mailing for Public Mirror, winter 1990 and 1991 seasonal brochures, with a small amount of installation images from various Clocktower exhibitions.

Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney (April 16-May 17, 1987): Installation Photographs
Here and There: Travels, Part I: Outside Insight (October 27-December 11, 1988): Installation Photographs
Here and There: Travels, Part IV: Competition Diomede (May 18-July 2, 1989): Installation Photographs
The Periphery, Part I: Andreas Gursky and Thomas Struth (September 28-November 5, 1989): Installation Photographs
The Periphery, Part II: Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek (November 16-December 24, 1989): Installation Photographs
The Periphery, Part III: Video Spin-Offs (January 18-February 25, 1990): Installation Photographs
The Periphery, Part V: David Askevold and Renee Green (May 3-June 17, 1990): Installation Photographs
CommuNYCations: Public Mirror: Artists Against Racial Prejudice (September 13-October 7, 1990): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera
CommuNYCations: Positive Actions: Visual AIDS Competition (November 29, 1990-January 20, 1991): Printed Ephemera

1987-1990
II.A.786 Mixed-Use District

CommuNYCations: Mixed-Use District (October 18-November 18, 1990): Press Release

1990
II.A.787 General Fall Articles

Includes article on Brendan Gill.

1990
II.A.788 Positive Actions: Visual AIDS Competition

CommuNYCations: Positive Actions: Visual AIDS Competition (November 29, 1990-January 20, 1991): Press Release
Dennis Oppenheim: And the Mind Grew Fingers (December 8, 1991-February 9, 1992): Press Release

1990
II.A.789 Lewis Baltz

Lewis Baltz: Rule Without Exception (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1990
II.A.790 David Hammons

David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble, 1969-1990 (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1990
II.A.791 David Hammons Installation Slides

Small number of slides of Hammons' show.

David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble, 1969-1990 (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): Installation Photographs

1990
II.A.792 David Hammons and Roberto Evangelista

One transparency of the Hammons exhibition, one snapshot of or related to works by Roberto Evangelista, with other unidentified slides and prints.

Film (Spring 1989) (April 20-April 22, 1989): Art and Event Photographs
David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble, 1969-1990 (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): Installation Photographs

1989-1990
II.A.793 David Hammons Installation and Artwork Photographs

David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble, 1969-1990 (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): Installation Photographs

1990
II.A.794 David Hammons Installation and Other Photographs

Numerous prints of David Hammons artworks and performances and at work in the studio; many by Dawoud Bey. Includes some images of outside exhibitions and from Casinò Fantasma.

Casinò Fantasma (May 24-July 15, 1990): Installation Photographs
David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble, 1969-1990 (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1990
II.A.795 David Hammons Installation Photographs and Miscellaneous Images

Numerous historical images of David Hammons at work and some of his installations outside of P.S. 1; with some images from Casinò Fantasma.

Casinò Fantasma (May 24-July 15, 1990): Installation Photographs
David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble, 1969-1990 (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1990
II.A.796 Out of Site

Out of Site (December 16, 1990-[unknown closing date]): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings
Out of Site: Part II (April 14-June 9, 1991): Press Release

1990
II.A.797 Out of Site Installation Slides and Unrelated Miscellaneous Images

Out of Site (December 16, 1990-[unknown closing date]): Installation Photographs

1990
II.A.798 General Winter Articles

1991
II.A.799 Hanne Tierney

Hanne Tierney: Incidental Pieces for Satin and Strings (March 3-March 24, 1991): Press Release

1991
II.A.800 National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1990-1991

National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1990-1991 (March 3-March 24, 1991): News Clippings

1991
II.A.801 Perspectives in Conceptualism

Perspectives of Conceptualism (March 14-April 21, 1991): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1991
II.A.802 Spring Newsletter of Exhibitions

1991
II.A.803 New York Diary: Almost Twenty-Five Different Things

New York Diary: Almost Twenty-Five Different Things (April 14-June 9, 1991): News Clippings

1991
II.A.804 Spring Seasonal Press Release

New York Diary: Almost Twenty-Five Different Things (April 14-June 9, 1991): Press Release
Out of Site: Part II (April 14-June 9, 1991): Press Release
Paul Panhuysen (April 14-June 9, 1991): Press Release
Private Video Gallery (April 14-June 9, 1991): Press Release

1991
II.A.805 Afrika and Andrei Khlobistin

Afrika: "Donaldestruction" (May 2-June 16, 1991): Printed Ephemera
Andrei Khlobistin: At Home (May 2-June 16, 1991): Printed Ephemera

1991
II.A.806 General Spring Articles

1991
II.A.807 Mark Robbins and Irwin

Irwin: Kapital (September 19-October 20, 1991): Press Release; Printed Ephemera
Mark Robbins: Framing American Cities (September 19-October 20, 1991): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1991
II.A.808 Irwin Installation Snapshots and Artwork Images

Irwin: Kapital (September 19-October 20, 1991): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1991
II.A.809 Announcement of New Catalogue Publications

December, 1991
II.A.810 Dennis Oppenheim

Dennis Oppenheim: And the Mind Grew Fingers (December 8, 1991-February 9, 1992): Press Release; News Clippings

1991
II.A.811* Dennis Oppenheim Finnish Press Clippings

Clippings from Finnish publications concerning Oppenheim's exhibits in Pori and Oulu, Finland.

Dennis Oppenheim: And the Mind Grew Fingers (December 8, 1991-February 9, 1992): News Clippings

1992
II.A.812 Dennis Oppenheim Installation Photographs

Also includes general condition summary, equipment list for the travelling exhibition, and other shipping memos.

Dennis Oppenheim: And the Mind Grew Fingers (December 8, 1991-February 9, 1992): Checklist; Installation Photographs; Loan Forms and Condition Reports; General Exhibition Documentation

Restricted material removed: Condition and shipping documents.

1991-1992
II.A.813 1991-1992 Installation Photographs

Includes a contact sheet of images from the Stalinist art symposium.

Dennis Oppenheim: And the Mind Grew Fingers (December 8, 1991-February 9, 1992): Installation Photographs
Slow Art: Painting in New York Now (April 26-June 21, 1992): Installation Photographs
Donald Lipski: The Bells (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): Installation Photographs
In Their Own Image: The 1992-1993 Studio Artists Exhibition (February 14-March 14, 1993): Installation Photographs
Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): Art and Event Photographs

1991-1993
II.A.814 P.S. 1 Winter 1992 Newsletter

1992
II.A.815 Long Island City and New York City Cultural Guide pamphlets

1992
II.A.816 John Ahearn

Includes the article "Whose Art is It?" by Jane Kramer from The New Yorker, 12/21/1992.

John Ahearn Sculptures ([unkown opening and closing dates], winter 1992): News Clippings

1992
II.A.817 Benefit Raffle Tickets

Tickets for a February 9, 1992 benefit raffle, the grand prize of which was a sculpture by Dennis Oppenheim.

1992
II.A.818 "Decouvre Le Queens, C'est Tout un Art!" by Jeanne-Marie Darblay

From Le Figaro.

2/15/1992
II.A.819 Inbetweens: Sites of Intolerance

Sites of Intolerance (March 8-April 5, 1992): News Clippings

1992
II.A.820 March and April Newsletters of Exhibitions

1992
II.A.821 Henk Visch

Henk Visch: I See/I Understand/I Know/I Remember/I Do (April 26-June 21, 1992): News Clippings

1992
II.A.822 Slow Art: Painting in New York Now

Slow Art: Painting in New York Now (April 26-June 21, 1992): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1992
II.A.823 Press Clippings for Numerous Exhibitions

Slow Art: Painting in New York Now (April 26-June 21, 1992): News Clippings
Postcards from Alphaville: Jean-Luc Godard in Contemporary Art, 1963-1992 (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): News Clippings
In Their Own Image: The 1992-1993 Studio Artists Exhibition (February 14-March 14, 1993): News Clippings
Parallax View: New York-Köln (April 18-June 20, 1993): News Clippings
The Swift Sound of Things: Cage & Co. (June 9-June 20, 1993): News Clippings
Tunnel of Art (February 11, 1994-March 26, 1995): News Clippings
P.S. 1 Studio Artists, 1994 (May 8-June 12, 1994): News Clippings

1992-1994
II.A.824 Akademia Ruchu

Akademia Ruchu (May 2, 1992): Press Release

1992
II.A.825 General Fall Articles

1992
II.A.826 Clegg & Guttmann: From the Index of Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Photographic Portraits

Clegg & Guttmann: From the Index of Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Photographic Portraits (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): Printed Ephemera

1992
II.A.827 Floating Reflections

Floating Reflections (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): Printed Ephemera

1992
II.A.828 Jean-Luc Godard

Includes the pamphlet/catalogue for the show.

Postcards from Alphaville: Jean-Luc Godard in Contemporary Art, 1963-1992 (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1992
II.A.829 Winter Seasonal Press Release

7 Rooms/7 Shows (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): Press Release
Donald Lipski: The Bells (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): Press Release
Floating Reflections (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): Press Release
Postcards from Alphaville: Jean-Luc Godard in Contemporary Art, 1963-1992 (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): Press Release

1992
II.A.830 7 Rooms/7 Shows

Postcard and listing only.

7 Rooms/7 Shows (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1992
II.A.831 Donald Lipski

Donald Lipski: The Bells (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera

1992
II.A.832 Winter Newsletter

1993
II.A.833 "Art World Diva: Alanna Heiss has Always Been on the Cutting Edge" by Brooks Adams

From Art World.

1993
II.A.834 Studio Artists Exhibition

With unidentified snapshots and contact sheets.

In Their Own Image: The 1992-1993 Studio Artists Exhibition (February 14-March 14, 1993): Press Release; Installation Photographs

1993
II.A.835 In Their Own Image and Sleepless Nights

One listing only for the exhibitions.

In Their Own Image: The 1992-1993 Studio Artists Exhibition (February 14-March 14, 1993): News Clippings
Sleepless Nights (February 14-March 14, 1993): News Clippings

1993
II.A.836 Sleepless Nights

Sleepless Nights (February 14-March 14, 1993): Press Release

1993
II.A.837 Taiwanese Article on P.S. 1

From Artist Magazine (Taiwan).

1993
II.A.838 Spring Newsletter of Exhibitions

1993
II.A.839 Maura Sheehan

Do You Know How To Pony? (April 1-May 1, 1993): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1993
II.A.840 Spring Installation Slides

Buffie Johnson: Paintings from the 40s and 90s (April 18-June 20, 1993): Installation Photographs
Parallax View: New York-Köln (April 18-June 20, 1993): Installation Photographs
Patrick Ireland: Selections 1963-1993 (April 18-June 20, 1993): Installation Photographs

1993
II.A.841 Magdalena Abakanowicz

Includes artist biography, CV, clippings of interviews, and reviews.

Magdalena Abakanowicz: War Games (April 18-June 20, 1993): News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1993
II.A.842 1993-1995 Exhibition Press Releases and Clippings

Magdalena Abakanowicz: War Games (April 18-June 20, 1993): News Clippings
Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): News Clippings
Boudoir in Exile (April 28-May 14, 1994): News Clippings
Alternating 1 to 100 and Vice Versa, by Alighiero e Boetti (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Press Release; News Clippings
The Winter of Love (L'Hiver de l'Amour) (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings
Yvonne Meier: The Shining (February 2-February 26, 1995): News Clippings

1993-1995
II.A.843 Miscellaneous Slides

Numerous mostly unlabeled slides of museum activities and artworks

circa 1990s
II.A.844 Parallax View

Parallax View: New York-Köln (April 18-June 20, 1993): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1993
II.A.845 Buffie Johnson

Buffie Johnson: Paintings from the 40s and 90s (April 18-June 20, 1993): Printed Ephemera

1993
II.A.846 Patrick Ireland Buffie Johnson

Buffie Johnson: Paintings from the 40s and 90s (April 18-June 20, 1993): Press Release
Patrick Ireland: Selections 1963-1993 (April 18-June 20, 1993): Press Release

1993
II.A.847 Patrick Ireland

Patrick Ireland: Selections 1963-1993 (April 18-June 20, 1993): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1993
II.A.848 James Turrell Meeting Renovation Press Release

Press release regarding the temporary closure of the artwork.

James Turrell: "Meeting" (October 26, 1986-[ongoing]): Press Release

1993
II.A.849 John McLaughlin

John McLaughlin (May 20-June 19, 1993): Press Release

1993
II.A.850 The Swift Sound of Things

Includes reviews of the music CD produced for the exhibition.

The Swift Sound of Things: Cage & Co. (June 9-June 20, 1993): News Clippings

1993
II.A.851 "Inside Art: Small Museums, Big Plans" by Carol Vogel

From The New York Times; on the planned renovations.

7/16/1993
II.A.852 Winter Newsletter of Exhibitions

November, 1993
II.A.853 1978-1994 Research and Installation Photographs

A combination of research slides from Stalin's Choice and unidentified PS1 exhibitions. Some installation slides included, but unclear as to whether they are from PS1 or external institutions.

Special Projects (Spring 1978) (April 14-May 28, 1978): Art and Event Photographs
Film as Installation (April 23-May 17, 1980): Installation Photographs
Heads (April 26-June 14, 1981): Installation Photographs
Critical Perspectives: Curators and Artists (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Art and Event Photographs
Beast: Animal Imagery in Recent Painting (October 17-December 12, 1982): Installation Photographs
New Art Machines (October 14-December 9, 1984): Art and Event Photographs
Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): Art and Event Photographs

1978-1994
II.A.854 Stalin's Choice

Press packet materials.

Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1993
II.A.855 Stalin's Choice

Includes working checklist and final checklist, "master list of press," articles, advance press release, and press packet materials.

Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): Checklist; Press Release

1993
II.A.856 Stalin's Choice

Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): News Clippings

1993
II.A.857 Stalin's Choice

Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1993
II.A.858 Stalin's Choice

Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): News Clippings

1993
II.A.859 Stalin's Choice Press Packet Materials

Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): News Clippings

1993
II.A.860 Stalin's Choice

Artwork prints and slides and installation negative strips.

Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1993
II.A.861 Stalin's Choice Merchandise Display Panels

Display boards describing exhibition-related merchandise for sale, including pins, hats, and audio cassettes of Russian songs.

Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): General Exhibition Documentation

1993
II.A.862 1985-1994 Installation Photographs

Includes slides of artworks by Alan Saret and Richard Nonas and many other artists relating to unidentified exhibitions.

El Arte Narrativo Y Pintura Mexicana (May 5-June 23, 1985): Art and Event Photographs
James Turrell: "Meeting" (October 26, 1986-[ongoing]): Installation Photographs
6th Annual National and International Studio Program Exhibition (January 17-March 10, 1988): Installation Photographs
Clif Balch and Moji Baratloo: "Fabrications and Understatements: Selected Architectural Projects" (January 17-March 10, 1988): Installation Photographs
Farewell to Bosnia: New Photographs by Gilles Peress (May 11-June 12, 1994): Installation Photographs

1986-1994
II.A.863 Assorted Installation and Press Slides

Installation and press slides for the exhibitions listed below, as well as a few slides that cannot be connected to any exhibitions.

Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): Art and Event Photographs
Minimalia: An Italian Vision in 20th Century Art (October 10, 1999-January 9, 2000): Installation Photographs
The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): Art and Event Photographs

1994-2002
II.A.864 Tunnel of Art

Tunnel of Art (February 11, 1994-March 26, 1995): News Clippings

1994
II.A.865 Spring Newsletter of Exhibitions

1994
II.A.866 Boudoir in Exile

Boudoir in Exile (April 28-May 14, 1994): News Clippings

1994
II.A.867 Studio Artists Exhibition

P.S. 1 Studio Artists, 1994 (May 8-June 12, 1994): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1994
II.A.868 Farewell to Bosnia

Farewell to Bosnia: New Photographs by Gilles Peress (May 11-June 12, 1994): Press Release

1994
II.A.869 Exhibition Press Clippings

Clippings on various exhibitions, most from 1993 and 1994.

Farewell to Bosnia: New Photographs by Gilles Peress (May 11-June 12, 1994): News Clippings

1994
II.A.870 Fall/Winter Newsletter

1994
II.A.871 Alighiero e Boetti

Includes press materials primarily from the exhibition's originating institution, the Magasin, Centre National d'Art Contemporain, Grenoble, France.

Alternating 1 to 100 and Vice Versa, by Alighiero e Boetti (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1994
II.A.872 Fall Installation Photographs

Numerous copies of a small number of installation images.

Alternating 1 to 100 and Vice Versa, by Alighiero e Boetti (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Installation Photographs
The Winter of Love (L'Hiver de l'Amour) (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Installation Photographs

1994
II.A.873 Winter of Love and Studio Project Installation Photographs

Includes a hand-colored postcard by Dommy Gielen.

P.S. 1 Studio Artists, 1994 (May 8-June 12, 1994): Installation Photographs
The Winter of Love (L'Hiver de l'Amour) (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Installation Photographs

1994
II.A.874 The Winter of Love

Includes handbills and stapled booklets from the exhibition.

The Winter of Love (L'Hiver de l'Amour) (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1994
II.A.875 Day Without Art 1994

Day Without Art 1994 (December 1, 1994): Press Release

1994
II.A.876* P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center "Campaign for Contemporary Art" Brochure

Includes version in Italian from P.S. 1's "Italian Bureau ."

circa 1995
II.A.877 Anthony Vasconcellos' Condolence Letters

Condolence letters written to P.S. 1 staff concerning Vasconcellos' passing; letters addressed to him in the week before his death on the occasion of his resignation for health reasons; with the press release issued by P.S. 1 and some news clippings.

1995-1996
II.A.878 Miscellaneous Installation Photographs and Activities Images

Includes miscellaneous slides of unidentified artworks, unlabeled installation images, museum and education activities, and construction, as well as images from the exhibitions listed below.

About Place: Contemporary American Landscape (February 2-March 23, 1986): Installation Photographs
Dennis Oppenheim: And the Mind Grew Fingers (December 8, 1991-February 9, 1992): Installation Photographs
Slow Art: Painting in New York Now (April 26-June 21, 1992): Installation Photographs
The Winter of Love (L'Hiver de l'Amour) (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Installation Photographs

circa 1986-1995
II.A.879 PS1 and Clocktower Renovation Photographs

Snapshots of the interior of PS1 and The Clocktower during renovation.

1995-1997
II.A.880 Yvonne Meier

Yvonne Meier: The Shining (February 2-February 26, 1995): News Clippings

1995
II.A.881 Incidental Alterations

Includes photographs of the opening party; with the press release announcing the 1995-1996 studio artists

Incidental Alterations: National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1994-1995 (March 30-April 23, 1995): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1995
II.A.882 Reprints in Anthropology: Material Culture of the Smithsonian Institution

Postcard for a one-evening performance.

Reprints in Anthropology: Material Culture of the Smithsonian Institution (June 29, 1995): Printed Ephemera

1995
II.A.883 Joke Robaard Postcard

Incidental Alterations: National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1994-1995 (March 30-April 23, 1995): Printed Ephemera

1995
II.A.884 Sabine Bitter and Helmut Weber Postcard

Urban Exercises 95: Sabine Bitter and Helmut Weber: "Active Installation" (June 29, 1995): Printed Ephemera

1995
II.A.885 "Staff List 1996"

1996
II.A.886 Miscellaneous Press Releases

Includes artwork slides by Barbary Sullivan and Jon Lamka, a handbill for 10 Downtown… and for the 1979 winter opening.

10 Downtown: 10 Years (September 11-October 2, 1977): Printed Ephemera
Model Home (February 8-March 31, 1996): Press Release

1977-1996
II.A.887 Miscellaneous Press Clippings

Includes obituaries for Anthony Vasconcellos and commemorative advertisement.

Model Home (February 8-March 31, 1996): News Clippings
Departure Lounge (May 3-June 30, 1996): News Clippings
Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995 (April 26-June 21, 1998): News Clippings

1996
II.A.888 1979-1996 Installation and Miscellaneous Photographs

Includes slides of unidentified exhibitions.

Special Projects (Winter 1979) (February 11-April 1, 1979): Installation Photographs
The Pop Project, Part II: Public Image (January 21-February 28, 1988): Installation Photographs
Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Installation Photographs
The Periphery, Part II: Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek (November 16-December 24, 1989): Installation Photographs
Clegg & Guttmann: From the Index of Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Photographic Portraits (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): Installation Photographs
Sleepless Nights (February 14-March 14, 1993): Installation Photographs
Model Home (February 8-March 31, 1996): Installation Photographs

1979-1996
II.A.889 P.S. 1 Renovation Slides

Images of interiors and architectural details.

circa 1996
II.A.890 Slides of Artworks by Shane Hassett

Unconnected to any known exhibition.

circa 1996
II.A.891 Exhibition History List 1990-1996

1996
II.A.892 "Institute for Contemporary Art Cumulative Exhibition List"

List of Exhibitions of P.S. 1, The Clocktower, and other spaces from 1971-1995, with many hand annotations and amendments.

circa 1995
II.A.893 "Institute for Contemporary Art Cumulative Exhibition List"

List of Exhibitions of P.S. 1, The Clocktower, and other spaces from 1971-1996, with many hand annotations and amendments.

1996
II.A.894 List of Artists Accepted into the 1996-1997 Studio Artist Program

1996
II.A.895 Friends of New York

Friends of New York (January 3-January 10, 1996): Printed Ephemera

1996
II.A.896 Departure Lounge Announcement Cards

Departure Lounge (May 3-June 30, 1996): Printed Ephemera

1996
II.A.897 List of Artists Accepted into the 1997-1998 Studio Artist Program

1997
II.A.898 General Winter Articles

1997
II.A.899 National and International Studio Program Exhibition

21st National and International Studio Artists Exhibition (May 16-June 14, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.A.900 General PS1 Background Information

Includes an Alanna Heiss biography and interview, Matthew Postal's history of the building, institutional history, a partial bibliography, and other background information.

1997-1999
II.A.901 Alanna Heiss Interviews and Biography

1997
II.A.902 "A History of Public School No. 1" by Matthew A. Postal

Three-page typescript history of the P.S. 1 building, prepared for the reopening.

1997
II.A.903 Reopening Press Releases and Ribbon-Cutting Invitation

Various press releases announcing and discussing the reopening and specific exhibitions.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1997
II.A.904 "Articles on the Reopening of P.S. 1"

Includes index of press coverage, photocopies of photographs and site plans, history and mission statements, advertisements, as well as clippings.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings
Heaven: Public View, Private View (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): News Clippings; News Clippings
National and International Studio Program (1997-1998) (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): News Clippings
Jackie Winsor: Sculpture (October 29, 1997-February 28, 1998): News Clippings
Jack Smith: Flaming Creature (October 29, 1997-March 1, 1998): News Clippings
Lynne Yamamoto: Selected Works (October 29, 1997-March 1, 1998): News Clippings
Some Young New Yorkers (October 29, 1997-March 1, 1998): News Clippings
John Coplans: A Self-Portrait (October 29, 1997-March 29, 1998): News Clippings
Vertical Painting Show (October 29, 1997-June 28, 1998): News Clippings

This and the following folders of the reopening contain numerous duplicates of all articles. Dispersed among them are individual reviews of the separate exhibitions that opened at this time.

1997
II.A.905 Reopening and Other Press Clippings

With some later articles.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997-2001
II.A.906 "Opening Program and Renovation October 1997 Selected Press Coverage"

Two 2" binders of articles and reviews on the renovation and reopening.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.A.907 Reopening General Press Materials

Includes press clippings, museum floor plans, signage, documentation, and interview with Alanna Heiss regarding the reopening of PS1.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): Press Release; News Clippings

1997
II.A.908 Reopening Press Clipping Packet

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.A.909 Reopening Press Clipping Packet

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.A.910 Reopening Press Materials

New clippings, press releases, fact sheets and other materials.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.A.911 Reopening News Clippings and Later Materials

Reopening press materials, news clippings, with releases and other materials through 1998.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997-1998
II.A.912 Reopening

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.A.913 Reopening

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.A.914 Reopening

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.A.915 Reopening

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.A.916 Reopening

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.A.917 Reopening

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.A.918 Art in America

Entire issue and photocopies of the magazine's cover article on the reopening.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1998
II.A.919 Slides of the P.S. 1 Building

Four images of the building exterior.

circa 1997
II.A.920 Renovation Photographs

3" x 5" photographs of the demolition, the construction, and the finished spaces, of the 1997 renovation.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): Art and Event Photographs

1997
II.A.921 Renovation Photographs

3" x 5" photographs of the demolition, the construction, and the finished spaces, of the 1997 renovation.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): Art and Event Photographs

1997
II.A.922 Reopening Artwork Photographs

Reopening: Installations and Projects (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Art and Event Photographs
Jackie Winsor: Sculpture (October 29, 1997-February 28, 1998): Art and Event Photographs
Jack Smith: Flaming Creature (October 29, 1997-March 1, 1998): Art and Event Photographs
John Coplans: A Self-Portrait (October 29, 1997-March 29, 1998): Art and Event Photographs

1997-1998
II.A.923 Antonio Muntadas Artwork Photographs

Reopening: Installations and Projects (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Art and Event Photographs

1997
II.A.924 "Antonio Muntadas, Reopening"

Slides of PS1 interiors labeled "Muntadas new rooms 1997."

Reopening: Installations and Projects (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Installation Photographs

1997
II.A.925 Reopening Ribbon-Cutting Party Photographs

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): Art and Event Photographs

10/26/1997
II.A.926 Reopening Ribbon-Cutting Party Slides

Numerous slides of the opening galleries and festivities, all dated October 26th.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): Art and Event Photographs

10/26/1997
II.A.927 Reopening Ribbon-Cutting Party Photographs

Contact sheets only.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): Art and Event Photographs

1997
II.A.928 Slides of the P.S. 1 Renovation and Other Building Photographs

Slides and transparencies of newly renovated spaces and exterior of P.S. 1 prior to the installation of any art; with other building press photographs

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): Art and Event Photographs

1997
II.A.929 Reopening Installation Slides

Numerous slides of artworks and installations from the general reopening exhibition.

Reopening: Installations and Projects (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Installation Photographs

1997
II.A.930 Reopening Installation Photographs: "Old Rooms/New Rooms"

Unlabelled installation photographs of a small number of works, likely from the general reopening exhibition.

Reopening: Installations and Projects (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Installation Photographs

1997
II.A.931 Reopening Installation Slides

Includes images of the building and courtyard; slides from later exhibitions; views of a Chen Zhen installation Prayer Wheel, which may be from the reopening or from later shows; one slide of a 1981 Tony Oursler installation; and one slide showing Lawrence Weiner's text installation for Rooms recreated after the renovation.

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Installation Photographs
Video (Winter 1981) (February 15-March 1, 1981): Installation Photographs
Heaven: Public View, Private View (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Installation Photographs
Martin von Haselberg: New Works (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Installation Photographs
Reopening: Installations and Projects (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Installation Photographs
Jack Smith: Flaming Creature (October 29, 1997-March 1, 1998): Press Release
Lynne Yamamoto: Selected Works (October 29, 1997-March 1, 1998): Installation Photographs
John Coplans: A Self-Portrait (October 29, 1997-March 29, 1998): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
Vertical Painting Show (October 29, 1997-June 28, 1998): Installation Photographs; Installation Photographs
Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995 (April 26-June 21, 1998): Art and Event Photographs
Sol LeWitt: Concrete Block (October 10, 1999-January 2, 2000): Installation Photographs

1981-1999
II.A.932 Madeleine Hatz

Vertical Painting Show (October 29, 1997-June 28, 1998): Installation Photographs

1997
II.A.933 Martin von Haselberg

Martin von Haselberg: New Works (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Press Release; Installation Photographs

1997
II.A.934 Heaven: Public View, Private View

Includes artwork labels.

Heaven: Public View, Private View (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1997
II.A.935 Jack Smith

Jack Smith: Flaming Creature (October 29, 1997-March 1, 1998): Press Release; News Clippings

1997
II.A.936 Jack Smith

Jack Smith: Flaming Creature (October 29, 1997-March 1, 1998): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1997
II.A.937 Jack Smith

Installation slides and color photocopies.

Jack Smith: Flaming Creature (October 29, 1997-March 1, 1998): Installation Photographs

1997
II.A.938 Lynne Yamamoto

Lynne Yamamoto: Selected Works (October 29, 1997-March 1, 1998): Checklist; News Clippings

1997
II.A.939 Jackie Winsor

Jackie Winsor: Sculpture (October 29, 1997-February 28, 1998): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1997
II.A.940 John Coplans

John Coplans: A Self-Portrait (October 29, 1997-March 29, 1998): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1997
II.A.941 1997-1998 Press Releases

Includes press releases from the reopening through September 1998; with Miles Bellamy's curatorial statement on his father's memorial show; a schedule of Portikus' film program; and curatorial statement for the spring special projects.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): Press Release
Heaven: Public View, Private View (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Press Release
Martin von Haselberg: New Works (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Press Release
Jackie Winsor: Sculpture (October 29, 1997-February 28, 1998): Press Release
Jack Smith: Flaming Creature (October 29, 1997-March 1, 1998): Press Release
John Coplans: A Self-Portrait (October 29, 1997-March 29, 1998): Press Release
Parasite Artist Organization Group (November 1, 1997-March 30, 1998): Press Release
Min Tanaka (January 10-January 11, 1998): Press Release
Special Projects (Spring 1998) (February 15, 1998-[unknown closing date]): General Exhibition Documentation
10 Years: Portikus Frankfurt (February 15-April 12, 1998): General Exhibition Documentation
The Manipulation of D.N.A. (Metamorphosis Under the Skin) (March 15, 1998): Press Release
Wish You Luck: National and International Studio Program Exhibition (March 15-April 19, 1998): Press Release
Pool by Meg Webster (March 15-June 28, 1998): Press Release
Tribute to Richard Bellamy: A Few Works Selected by Miles (April 26-May 13, 1998): General Exhibition Documentation
Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995 (April 26-June 21, 1998): Press Release
Gordon Matta-Clark: Reorganizing Structure by Drawing Through It (April 26-August 30, 1998): Press Release
Sigmar Polke: Music of Unclarified Origin (July 5-August 23, 1998): Press Release
Deep Storage (July 5-August 30, 1998): Press Release
Le Grand Collier by Jean-Michel Othoniel (July 5-August 30, 1998): Press Release
Warm Up (1998) (July 5-August 30, 1998): Press Release
YAP (1998): Percutaneous Delights (July 5-August 30, 1998): Press Release
John Miller: Paintings and Sculpture (July 5-October 18, 1998): Press Release
The Edge of Awareness (September 13-October 18, 1998): Press Release
Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998-January 3, 1999): Press Release
Cities on the Move 3 (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Press Release
Mario Merz: L'Horizon de Lumière Traverse Notre Vertical du Jour (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Press Release

1997-1998
II.A.942 1997-1999 Press Releases

Press releases from numerous exhibitions and events with some checklists; includes press releases for the MoMA merger; Stephen Antonakos artist's statement; brochure and handbill for summer and fall 1999 art camp; handbill for Warm Up DJ auditions; and artists' biographies from 0044.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): Press Release
The Edge of Awareness (September 13-October 18, 1998): Press Release
Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998-January 3, 1999): Press Release
Cities on the Move 3 (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Press Release
Late Blooming (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Press Release
1999: P.S.1 Studio Program Exhibition (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release
Body Works (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release
Criss Cross: Some Young New Yorkers III (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release
Primarily Structural: Minimalist and Post-Minimalist Works on Paper (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release
Stephen Antonakos (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation
Ronald Bladen: Selected Works (February 7-May 30, 1999): Press Release
The Game Room: A Tribute to Gino De Dominicis (February 7-June 20, 1999): Press Release
Denise Green: Resonating (April 18-June 6, 1999): Press Release
Low-Flame (May 8-June 6, 1999): Press Release
0044: Contemporary Irish Art in Britain (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation
Animal.Anima.Animus (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release
Anna Oppermann: Being Different (Why is She So Different?) 1970-1986 (1999) (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release
David Reed Paintings: Motion Pictures (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release
Drawing On (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release
John Tweddle: In Memory of Robert C. Scull (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release
Philippe Starck: Furniture and Objects (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release
Public Space…Private Thoughts, Private Space…Public Thoughts (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release
Stigmata (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release
YAP (1999): Philip Johnson: Dance Pavilion (June 20-August 30, 1999): Press Release
Warm Up (1999) (June 20-September 11, 1999): Press Release
Outdoor Cinema Series (Summer 1999) (July 15-July 29, 1999): Press Release
Come One! Come All! To The Outdoor Galleries! (August 15, 1999): Press Release
The Artist Out of Work: Art & Language 1972-1981 (September 12-December 12, 1999): Press Release

1998-1999
II.A.943 Parasite Artist Organization Group

Parasite Artist Organization Group (November 1, 1997-March 30, 1998): Press Release

1997
II.A.944 December General Articles

With a New York Magazine blurb on Alanna Heiss.

1997
II.A.945 Index of 1997 Reviews and Articles

1998
II.A.946 Listings of Winter Exhibitions

1998
II.A.947 General Winter Articles

1998
II.A.948 Artist CVs

CVs of artists, most of whom exhibited at PS1 in the 1997 and 1998 seasons, organized by exhibition category.

1998
II.A.949 Artist CVs

CVs of artists, most of whom exhibited at PS1 in the 1997 and 1998 seasons, organized by exhibition category.

1998
II.A.950 Blank P.S. 1 Postcard

1997
II.A.951 Miscellaneous Press Slides

Small amount of installation and artwork images from 1997 and 1998.

1998
II.A.952 General PS1 Press Clippings

Press clippings covering the merger between PS1 and MoMA, PS1 as an Institution, and profiles of Alanna Heiss.

1997-1999
II.A.953 Assorted Art Work and Press Photograph Slides

Press photographs of art work by artists who exhibited at PS1, but with no indication as to specific exhibition.

1998-2001
II.A.954 "More and More Painters and Sculptors Are Hanging in Long Island City" by Michael Sheridan

From the Daily News.

1/10/1998
II.A.955 Min Tanaka

Min Tanaka (January 10-January 11, 1998): Press Release

1998
II.A.956 Miscellaneous Artwork Slides

Includes press slides for Jude Tallichet's exhibition of 1998.

Projects/Installations (February 15,1998-[unknown closing date]): Art and Event Photographs

1998
II.A.957 Suzan Etkin, Michael Joo, and Matthew McCaslin

Special Projects (Spring 1998) (February 15, 1998-[unknown closing date]): Press Release

1998
II.A.958 Catherine Chalmers

Projects/Installations (February 15,1998-[unknown closing date]): Installation Photographs

1998
II.A.959 "Changing of the Avant Guard" by Ann Farmer

From Womenswire.com; on P.S. 1 security staff.

2/24/1998
II.A.960 Shane Cullen and Philip Napier

Conversations on Contemporary Art & Politics (February 15-February 28, 1998): Press Release

1998
II.A.961 Portikus Film Schedule

10 Years: Portikus Frankfurt (February 15-April 12, 1998): News Clippings

1998
II.A.962 Exit Festival International

News clipping on a festival at the Maison des arts de Creteil, France curated by Tony Guerrero.

1998
II.A.963 The Manipulation of D.N.A.

The Manipulation of D.N.A. (Metamorphosis Under the Skin) (March 15, 1998): Press Release

1998
II.A.964 National and International Studio Program Exhibition

Wish You Luck: National and International Studio Program Exhibition (March 15-April 19, 1998): Press Release; News Clippings

1998
II.A.965 Meg Webster

Pool by Meg Webster (March 15-June 28, 1998): Press Release; News Clippings

1998
II.A.966 Correspondence and News Clippings Concerning Lecture on P.S. 1 in Zagreb, Croatia

By Croatian art historian Nada Beroš.

1998
II.A.967 Alex Katz

Includes press material from the show's Baltimore appearance.

Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995 (April 26-June 21, 1998): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1998
II.A.968 Alex Katz Artwork Slides

Includes working and final checklists.

Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995 (April 26-June 21, 1998): Checklist; Art and Event Photographs

1998
II.A.969 Alex Katz Artwork Transparencies

Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995 (April 26-June 21, 1998): Art and Event Photographs

1998
II.A.970 Alex Katz Artwork Slides and Transparencies

Includes photographs of Alanna Heiss with Alex Katz.

Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995 (April 26-June 21, 1998): Art and Event Photographs

1998
II.A.971 Alex Katz Artwork Slides

Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995 (April 26-June 21, 1998): Art and Event Photographs

1998
II.A.972 Gordon Matta-Clark

Also Includes list of European lenders to the exhibition.

Gordon Matta-Clark: Reorganizing Structure by Drawing Through It (April 26-August 30, 1998): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.A.973 1988 Installation Photographs

Installation slides with some larger transparencies.

Gordon Matta-Clark: Reorganizing Structure by Drawing Through It (April 26-August 30, 1998): Art and Event Photographs
Deep Storage (July 5-August 30, 1998): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
Late Blooming (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Art and Event Photographs
Mario Merz: L'Horizon de Lumière Traverse Notre Vertical du Jour (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Installation Photographs

1998-1999
II.A.974 Richard Bellamy Memorial Exhibition

Curatorial statement by Miles Bellamy.

Tribute to Richard Bellamy: A Few Works Selected by Miles (April 26-May 13, 1998): General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.A.975 The Quiet in the Land

Press releases and news clippings on collaborative projects in Brazil and with the Shaker Community, presented at the Museum of Folk Art, New York, and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.

1998
II.A.976 Summer and Fall Exhibition Schedule

1998
II.A.977 General Summer Articles

1998
II.A.978 Summer Exhibition Brochure

1998
II.A.979 Sigmar Polke

Sigmar Polke: Music of Unclarified Origin (July 5-August 23, 1998): Press Release; News Clippings

1998
II.A.980 Deep Storage

Sigmar Polke: Music of Unclarified Origin (July 5-August 23, 1998): News Clippings
Deep Storage (July 5-August 30, 1998): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1998
II.A.981 Summer Artwork and Installation Photographs

Sigmar Polke: Music of Unclarified Origin (July 5-August 23, 1998): Art and Event Photographs
Deep Storage (July 5-August 30, 1998): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1998
II.A.982 Le Grand Collier

Le Grand Collier by Jean-Michel Othoniel (July 5-August 30, 1998): Press Release

1998
II.A.983 Percutaneous Delights

Warm Up (1998) (July 5-August 30, 1998): Installation Photographs
YAP (1998): Percutaneous Delights (July 5-August 30, 1998): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

1998
II.A.984 Warm Up (1998)

Warm Up (1998) (July 5-August 30, 1998): Press Release; News Clippings
YAP (1998): Percutaneous Delights (July 5-August 30, 1998): Press Release

1998
II.A.985 YAP and Warm Up Installation Photographs

Small quantity of images.

Warm Up (1998) (July 5-August 30, 1998): Installation Photographs
YAP (1998): Percutaneous Delights (July 5-August 30, 1998): Installation Photographs
YAP (1999): Philip Johnson: Dance Pavilion (June 20-August 30, 1999): Installation Photographs
Warm Up (1999) (June 20-September 11, 1999): Installation Photographs
Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): Installation Photographs
YAP (2000): "Dunescape" by SHoP (July 2-September 2, 2000): Installation Photographs

1998-2000
II.A.986 Warm Up and YAP Press Materials

News clippings for YAP and Warm Up over a number of years.

Warm Up (1998) (July 5-August 30, 1998): News Clippings
Warm Up (1999) (June 20-September 11, 1999): News Clippings
Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): News Clippings
Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): News Clippings
Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): News Clippings
Warm Up (2003) (July 5-August 30, 2003): News Clippings
Warm Up (2004) (July 3-September 3, 2004): News Clippings

1998-2004
II.A.987 John Miller

John Miller: Paintings and Sculpture (July 5-October 18, 1998): Press Release

1998
II.A.988 "The Creative Life: Remembering One of the Art World's Least Businesslike Businessmen" by Calvin Tomkins

From The New Yorker; on the P.S. 1 memorial for Richard Bellamy.

7/6/1998
II.A.989 Festival of Short Film

Short Cuts (July 22-July 24, 1998): Press Release

1998
II.A.990 General Summer Articles

1998
II.A.991 Fall 1998 Exhibition Schedule

1998
II.A.992 Press Kit Checklist

1998
II.A.993 The Edge of Awareness

The Edge of Awareness (September 13-October 18, 1998): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1998
II.A.994 Inside Out: New Chinese Art

Includes brochure of related events at the Asia Society.

Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998-January 3, 1999): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1998
II.A.995 Inside Out Press Slides

Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998-January 3, 1999): Art and Event Photographs

1998
II.A.996 Cities on the Move and Inside Out News Clippings

Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998-January 3, 1999): News Clippings
Cities on the Move 3 (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): News Clippings

1998
II.A.997 1998-1999 Installation and Miscellaneous Slides and Photographs

Includes research images and miscellaneous photographs.

Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998-January 3, 1999): Art and Event Photographs
Cities on the Move 3 (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Installation Photographs
1999: P.S.1 Studio Program Exhibition (February 7-April 3, 1999): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
The Game Room: A Tribute to Gino De Dominicis (February 7-June 20, 1999): Installation Photographs
YAP (1999): Philip Johnson: Dance Pavilion (June 20-August 30, 1999): Art and Event Photographs

1998-1999
II.A.998 Fall 1998 General Press Packet Materials

Press releases and postcards for fall exhibitions, with background information and news clippings.

David Levinthal: Cowboy Corridor (September 13, 1998-January 24, 1999): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1998
II.A.999 Postcard of October Exhibitions

1998
II.A.1000 General Fall Articles

Includes a fashion catalogue with some images shot at P.S. 1.

1998
II.A.1001 Miscellaneous New Clippings and Reviews

News clippings and reviews of various exhibitions from 1993 and 1998.

1993-1998
II.A.1002 Miscellaneous Artwork Slides and Images

Numerous and miscellaneous slides apparently unconnected to any particular exhibition, many unlabelled, of different artists, many of whom have appeared at PS1.

undated
II.A.1003 Cities on the Move

Includes partial lists of artists and works and essay text by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Hou Hanru.

Cities on the Move 3 (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Press Release; News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.A.1004 Cities on the Move Press Slides

Cities on the Move 3 (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Art and Event Photographs

1998
II.A.1005 Yoshie Ueki

Late Blooming (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Press Release; News Clippings

1998
II.A.1006 Mario Merz

Mario Merz: L'Horizon de Lumière Traverse Notre Vertical du Jour (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Press Release

1998-1999
II.A.1007 Berlin Biennale and Kunst Werke News Clippings

German articles on Kunst Werke's exhibitions.

1998-1999
II.A.1008 General November and December Articles

1998
II.A.1009 Advertisement of Fall 1998 and Winter 1999 Exhibitions

1998
II.A.1010 Le Fin de Siecle Festival, New York in Nantes Press Materials

Materials regarding a festival of New York artists, co-organized by Antoine Guerrero.

1998
II.A.1011 Profiles, Interviews, and Articles on Alanna Heiss

Includes photocopy of the N.Y. State Council on the Arts approval for the use of P.S. 1 by the I.A.U.P.

1975-1999
II.A.1012 Institutional Fact Sheet, General News Clippings and Selected Articles and Reviews

1972-circa 1998
II.A.1013 Installation and Art Work Slides

Small number of installation and art work slides from the 1990s of work by Robert Wogan, Donald Lipski, Ronald Bladen, Dennis Oppenheim, Piero Steinle, Clegg & Guttman, and Christoph Schlingenseif.

Dennis Oppenheim: And the Mind Grew Fingers (December 8, 1991-February 9, 1992): Installation Photographs
Parasite Artist Organization Group (November 1, 1997-March 30, 1998): Art and Event Photographs
Ronald Bladen: Selected Works (February 7-May 30, 1999): Installation Photographs

1991-1999
II.A.1014 Unidentified Group Photographs

Contact sheets and photo negatives of unidentified groups, likely artists, at P.S. 1.

circa 1999
II.A.1015 General January Articles

1999
II.A.1016 Fashion Photo Shoot at P.S. 1

Tear sheets from a fashion spread in Vogue Paris.

February 1999
II.A.1017* Photograph of Trustees and Curators

Print of trustees, curators, and administrators, taken in Italy; labeled.

1999
II.A.1018 Georges Adéagbo Artwork Slides

Three artwork images from an installation in Venice, Italy.

1999
II.A.1019 Harvey Quaytman Installation Slides

Harvey Quaytman: Selected Work (February 7-June 20, 1999): Installation Photographs

1999
II.A.1020 Kunst-Werke Berlin Installation Slides

Installation slides of a variety of unidentified art works at Kunst-Werke Berlin.

1999
II.A.1021 Postcard Welcoming New Curators Klaus Biesenbach, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, and Russell Haswell

circa 1999
II.A.1022 PS1 and Clocktower Building Slides and Transparencies

Interior and exterior shots of the Clocktower and PS1 building and courtyard.

Sol LeWitt: Concrete Block (October 10, 1999-January 2, 2000): Installation Photographs

1997-1999
II.A.1023 PS1 and Clocktower Building Images

Color printouts of exterior PS1 building; with a few pages of the Clocktower and interior galleries of PS1.

circa 1999
II.A.1024 Kunst Werke News Clippings

German articles on Kunst Werke's exhibitions.

1999-2000
II.A.1025 "Special Notice" Installation Handout

Handbill for visitors when the galleries are closed for re-installation.

1999
II.A.1026 General Winter Exhibitions

1999
II.A.1027 "P.S. 1 And MoMA Merger Press Kit"

Press release and news clippings on the merger.

February 1999
II.A.1028 Press Release of Winter Exhibitions and Events

1999
II.A.1029 P.S. 1 Studio Program Exhibition

Clippings mainly on Celeste Boursier-Mougenot's piece, "From Here to Ear," which features 40 finches.

1999: P.S.1 Studio Program Exhibition (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release; News Clippings

1999
II.A.1030 Body Works

Body Works (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.A.1031 Criss Cross: Some Young New Yorkers III

Criss Cross: Some Young New Yorkers III (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release; Installation Photographs

1999
II.A.1032 Kcho

Special Projects (Spring 1999) (February 7-April 3, 1999): News Clippings

1999
II.A.1033 Steven Pippin

Special Projects (Spring 1999) (February 7-April 3, 1999): News Clippings

1999
II.A.1034 Stephen Antonakos

Includes artist's statement.

Stephen Antonakos (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release; Installation Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.A.1035 Primarily Structural

Primarily Structural: Minimalist and Post-Minimalist Works on Paper (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.A.1036 Tribute to Gino De Dominicis

The Game Room: A Tribute to Gino De Dominicis (February 7-June 20, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.A.1037 Ronald Bladen

Ronald Bladen: Selected Works (February 7-May 30, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1999
II.A.1038 Ronald Bladen Artwork and Installation Phographs

Ronald Bladen: Selected Works (February 7-May 30, 1999): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1039* Ronald Bladen Press Kit

The press kit is in a silkscreened 2.5" x" 9.5" x12" cardboard box and includes a large folded reproduction of an architectural diagram by Bladen, reproductions of testimonials to Bladen from friends, and artwork photographs and CV.

Ronald Bladen: Selected Works (February 7-May 30, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.A.1040 So Yan-Kei

One Chinese clipping only.

1999: P.S.1 Studio Program Exhibition (February 7-April 3, 1999): News Clippings

1999
II.A.1041 Deborah Ostrow

Deborah Ostrow: Performance of Rumi Poetry (February 8, 1999): News Clippings

1999
II.A.1042 General Spring Articles

1999
II.A.1043 Articles and News Clippings on the MoMA/P.S. 1 Merger

1999-2000
II.A.1044 Audition Advertisement for Warm Up DJs

1999
II.A.1045 Postcard, Floor Plan Brochure, Listings and Advertisements of Spring Openings

1999
II.A.1046 Clippings on Pia Lindman's Sauna Project Installed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Public Sauna at P.S. 1 (February 27-September 30, 2000): News Clippings

1999
II.A.1047 100 Drawings

100 Drawings (April 18-June 6, 1999): Checklist; Press Release

1999
II.A.1048 Stephen Hendee Installation Slides

Generation Z (April 18-June 6, 1999): Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1049 Denise Green

Denise Green: Resonating (April 18-June 6, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1999
II.A.1050 Denise Green and Generation Z Artwork and Installation Photographs

Denise Green: Resonating (April 18-June 6, 1999): Art and Event Photographs
Generation Z (April 18-June 6, 1999): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1051 Generation Z

Generation Z (April 18-June 6, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs
YAP (1999): Philip Johnson: Dance Pavilion (June 20-August 30, 1999): News Clippings

1999
II.A.1052 Chase Manhattan Bank Collection Artwork Slides

From binder: "Chase Manhattan Bank April 20, 1999"; unknown if slides are related to any exhibition.

1999
II.A.1053 Summer Exhibitions and Events Listings and Advertisement

1999
II.A.1054 Low-Flame

Low-Flame (May 8-June 6, 1999): Press Release; News Clippings

1999
II.A.1055 1999: P.S. 1 Studio Program Exhibition Part (II)

The checklist only includes works by Bruno Esposito and Kristin Lovejoy.

1999: P.S.1 Studio Program Exhibition (May 20-July 3, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1999
II.A.1056 General Summer Articles

1999
II.A.1057 Summer Postcard, Press Release, and Listings

1999
II.A.1058 Articles on Financial Audit of P.S. 1 by New York State

1999
II.A.1059 Summer Installation Photographs

Includes slides from P.S. 1 traveling exhibitions in Finland, and external exhibitions of the work of Claude Lévêque.

Animal.Anima.Animus (June 20-August 29, 1999): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
Anna Oppermann: Being Different (Why is She So Different?) 1970-1986 (1999) (June 20-August 29, 1999): Installation Photographs
Philippe Starck: Furniture and Objects (June 20-August 29, 1999): Art and Event Photographs
Outdoor Cinema Series (Summer 1999) (July 15-July 29, 1999): Art and Event Photographs

1999-2000
II.A.1060 David Reed

David Reed Paintings: Motion Pictures (June 20-August 29, 1999): Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1061 0044: Contemporary Irish Art in Britain

0044: Contemporary Irish Art in Britain (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1999
II.A.1062 Animal.Anima.Animus

Animal.Anima.Animus (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1999
II.A.1063 Anna Opperman

Includes translations of wall texts and a short essay on the artist.

Anna Oppermann: Being Different (Why is She So Different?) 1970-1986 (1999) (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.A.1064 Summer Installation Slides

YAP (1999): Philip Johnson: Dance Pavilion (June 20-August 30, 1999): Installation Photographs
Warm Up (1999) (June 20-September 11, 1999): Installation Photographs
Come One! Come All! To The Outdoor Galleries! (August 15, 1999): Installation Photographs
Dive-In Movies: Flix from the Great B-yond (August 17-August 24, 2000): Installation Photographs

1999
II.A.1065 Philip Johnson and Warm Up

Includes summer seasonal press release.

YAP (1999): Philip Johnson: Dance Pavilion (June 20-August 30, 1999): Press Release; News Clippings
Warm Up (1999) (June 20-September 11, 1999): News Clippings

1999
II.A.1066 Philip Johnson and Warm Up

YAP (1999): Philip Johnson: Dance Pavilion (June 20-August 30, 1999): Installation Photographs
Warm Up (1999) (June 20-September 11, 1999): Installation Photographs

1999
II.A.1067 Warm Up

Warm Up (1999) (June 20-September 11, 1999): Installation Photographs

1999
II.A.1068 Warm Up

Warm Up (1999) (June 20-September 11, 1999): Installation Photographs

1999
II.A.1069 Franky Kong

Drawing On (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.A.1070 John Tweddle

John Tweddle: In Memory of Robert C. Scull (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release

1999
II.A.1071 David Reed

David Reed Paintings: Motion Pictures (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1999
II.A.1072 Philippe Starck

Philippe Starck: Furniture and Objects (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1073 Public Space…Private Thoughts, Private Space…Public Thoughts

Public Space…Private Thoughts, Private Space…Public Thoughts (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.A.1074 General Summer Articles

1999
II.A.1075 News Clippings on Cancelled Summer Performance

1999
II.A.1076 Outdoor Cinema Series

Outdoor Cinema Series (Summer 1999) (July 15-July 29, 1999): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1999
II.A.1077 Claude Lévêque

Stigmata (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1999
II.A.1078 Summer Community/Family Day

Come One! Come All! To The Outdoor Galleries! (August 15, 1999): News Clippings

1999
II.A.1079 "A Conversation with Glenn Lowry and Alanna Heiss" by Anne Hammond

From MoMA: The Magazine of the Museum of Modern Art, Vol. 2, No. 7.

1999
II.A.1080 Fall Postcard and Exhibition Schedule

1999
II.A.1081 I Was Ready To Jump, Poster by Tere Recarens

Poster displaying large photograph by Clegg and Guttmann with various details of the studio artist's conceptual project "a proposition to jump off the wall of P.S. 1."

1999
II.A.1082 Fall Installation Slides

Includes slides of Minimalia opening.

The Artist Out of Work: Art & Language 1972-1981 (September 12-December 12, 1999): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
Minimalia: An Italian Vision in 20th Century Art (October 10, 1999-January 9, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1083 When I Paint My Name is Konraad Lueg

"When I Paint My Name is Konraad Lueg": Pictures from 1963-1968 by the Dusseldorf Gallerist Konrad Fischer (1939-1996) (September 12-October 24, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1084 Art & Language

Includes map-folded brochure that contains an installation map and checklist with a curatorial essay.

The Artist Out of Work: Art & Language 1972-1981 (September 12-December 12, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1999
II.A.1085 The Promise of Photography

The Promise of Photograhy: Selections from the DG Bank Collection (September 12-October 24, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1086 The Promise of Photography

The Promise of Photograhy: Selections from the DG Bank Collection (September 12-October 24, 1999): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1087 Minimalia and Art & Language

The Artist Out of Work: Art & Language 1972-1981 (September 12-December 12, 1999): News Clippings
Minimalia: An Italian Vision in 20th Century Art (October 10, 1999-January 9, 2000): News Clippings

9/12/1999-1/2/2000
II.A.1088 General Fall Articles

1999
II.A.1089 Postcard of October Openings

1999
II.A.1090 Special Projects (Fall 1999)

Special Projects (Fall 1999) (October 10-November 30, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.A.1091 Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt: Concrete Block (October 10, 1999-January 2, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings
On Your Own Time (October 10, 1999-January 16, 2000): News Clippings

1999
II.A.1092 On Your Own Time

On Your Own Time (October 10, 1999-January 16, 2000): Press Release

1999
II.A.1093 Miscellaneous Artwork and Installation Slides

Numerous and miscellaneous artwork slides with some installation slides, predominantly from 1998 and 1999; with some renovation and construction images and exterior shots of P.S. 1 and the Clocktower.

1999
II.A.1094 Fall Installation Slides

Sol LeWitt: Concrete Block (October 10, 1999-January 2, 2000): Installation Photographs
Minimalia: An Italian Vision in 20th Century Art (October 10, 1999-January 9, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1095 Minimalia

Minimalia: An Italian Vision in 20th Century Art (October 10, 1999-January 9, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1999
II.A.1096 Minimalia Installation Photographs and Artwork Transparencies

Minimalia: An Italian Vision in 20th Century Art (October 10, 1999-January 9, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1097 Rudy Burckhardt

Rudy Burckhardt: A View from Astoria (October 10, 1999-January 16, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1999
II.A.1098 The New York Times Op-Ed by Glenn Lowry

"The Art That Dares"; editorial on Sensation at the Brooklyn Museum and letter column of responses from the following day.

10/13/1999
II.A.1099 General Fall Articles

1999
II.A.1100 Photographs of Fall Opening Party

Labeled as fall "artists party."

10/18/1999
II.A.1101 Children of Berlin

Children of Berlin: Cultural Developments 1989-1999 (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1999
II.A.1102 Children of Berlin

Children of Berlin: Cultural Developments 1989-1999 (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): News Clippings

1999
II.A.1103 Children of Berlin Installation and Artwork Slides

Children of Berlin: Cultural Developments 1989-1999 (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1104 Children of Berlin Installation and Artwork Slides

Children of Berlin: Cultural Developments 1989-1999 (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1105 Fall Installation and Artwork Slides

Includes press slides of a Min Tanaka performance, unidentified but likely from 1999.

On Your Own Time (October 10, 1999-January 16, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
Rudy Burckhardt: A View from Astoria (October 10, 1999-January 16, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
0 to 9: Artists Born in the 1990s (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): Installation Photographs
Min Tanaka: "Subject: Heuristic Ecdysis" (December 5-December 19, 1999): Art and Event Photographs
Juan Sánchez: "Ricanstructions: Paintings of the 90s" (December 19, 1999-February 13, 2000): Installation Photographs

1999
II.A.1106 0 to 9: Artists Born in the 1990s

0 to 9: Artists Born in the 1990s (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): Press Release; News Clippings
Children of Berlin: Cultural Developments 1989-1999 (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): News Clippings

1999
II.A.1107 Listings of Fall/Winter Exhibitions

1999
II.A.1108 General December Articles

1999
II.A.1109 Postcard of Winter Openings

1999
II.A.1110 Special Projects (Winter 1999-2000)

Special Projects (Winter 1999-2000) (December 1, 1999-February 27, 2000): Press Release

1999
II.A.1111 Min Tanaka

Also includes performance history and short biographical statements, some photographs, notes on schedules and activities, and press packet from Tanaka's Dance Resources on Earth.

Min Tanaka: "Subject: Heuristic Ecdysis" (December 5-December 19, 1999): Press Release
Min Tanaka: "Subject: A Pendulum Out of Joint" (December 14-December 16, 2001): Press Release

1999
II.A.1112 Min Tanaka

Min Tanaka: "Subject: Heuristic Ecdysis" (December 5-December 19, 1999): Press Release; News Clippings
Min Tanaka: Dreaming Trees - Flying in Nexus (July 7-July 16, 2000): News Clippings

1999
II.A.1113 Min Tanaka

Min Tanaka: "Subject: Heuristic Ecdysis" (December 5-December 19, 1999): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1114 Juan Sánchez

Juan Sánchez: "Ricanstructions: Paintings of the 90s" (December 19, 1999-February 13, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.A.1115 Alanna Heiss Biographical Summary

"Biography of Alanna Heiss, Founder and Executive Director of P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center and the Clocktower Gallery," likely prepared in 2000.

circa 2000
II.A.1116 General Winter Articles

Includes numerous articles on MoMA's expansion and temporary move to Queens.

2000
II.A.1117 Miscellaneous Press Releases

Numerous press releases from various exhibitions across a three-year time span, with some checklists and partial lists interspersed.

Vertical Painting Show (October 29, 1997-June 28, 1998): Checklist
Sigmar Polke: Music of Unclarified Origin (July 5-August 23, 1998): Checklist
Deep Storage (July 5-August 30, 1998): Checklist
The Edge of Awareness (September 13-October 18, 1998): Press Release
100 Drawings (April 18-June 6, 1999): Press Release
Denise Green: Resonating (April 18-June 6, 1999): Checklist; Press Release
0044: Contemporary Irish Art in Britain (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release
Animal.Anima.Animus (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release
David Reed Paintings: Motion Pictures (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release
Drawing On (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release
John Tweddle: In Memory of Robert C. Scull (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release
Philippe Starck: Furniture and Objects (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release
Public Space…Private Thoughts, Private Space…Public Thoughts (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release
Stigmata (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release
"When I Paint My Name is Konraad Lueg": Pictures from 1963-1968 by the Dusseldorf Gallerist Konrad Fischer (1939-1996) (September 12-October 24, 1999): Press Release
The Promise of Photograhy: Selections from the DG Bank Collection (September 12-October 24, 1999): Press Release
The Artist Out of Work: Art & Language 1972-1981 (September 12-December 12, 1999): Press Release
Special Projects (Fall 1999) (October 10-November 30, 1999): Press Release
Sol LeWitt: Concrete Block (October 10, 1999-January 2, 2000): Press Release
Minimalia: An Italian Vision in 20th Century Art (October 10, 1999-January 9, 2000): Press Release
On Your Own Time (October 10, 1999-January 16, 2000): Press Release
Rudy Burckhardt: A View from Astoria (October 10, 1999-January 16, 2000): Press Release
0 to 9: Artists Born in the 1990s (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): Press Release
Children of Berlin: Cultural Developments 1989-1999 (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): Press Release
Min Tanaka: "Subject: Heuristic Ecdysis" (December 5-December 19, 1999): Press Release
Juan Sánchez: "Ricanstructions: Paintings of the 90s" (December 19, 1999-February 13, 2000): Press Release
Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Checklist
Around 1984: A Look at Art in the Eighties (May 21-September 30, 2000): Press Release
Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): Press Release

1998-2000
II.A.1118 French Masters Thesis: "PS 1. Du Projet de Lieu Alternatif à la Tentation de l'Institutionnalisation" by Anne Dressen

Includes transcript of interview with Tom Finkelpearl.

2000
II.A.1119 P.S. 1 Postcards and Flyers

Includes postcards for WPS1 and a card with directions to travel between P.S. 1 and MoMA QNS.

circa 2000
II.A.1120 Miscellaneous Artwork Slides

One sheet of single artwork and installation images from various exhibitions with some renovation images.

Video (Winter 1981) (February 15-March 1, 1981): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1985) (January 13-March 10, 1985): Installation Photographs
Patrick Ireland: Selections 1963-1993 (April 18-June 20, 1993): Installation Photographs
1999: P.S.1 Studio Program Exhibition (February 7-April 3, 1999): Installation Photographs

1981-2000
II.A.1121 Miscellaneous Artwork and Installation Slides

One or two slides from numerous exhibitions.

New York/New Wave (February 15-April 5, 1981): Installation Photographs
Video (Winter 1982): Joan Jonas: Memory Corridor (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Beast: Animal Imagery in Recent Painting (October 17-December 12, 1982): Installation Photographs
Fashion (Winter 1983): Betsey Johnson (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs
Seven Women/Image Impact (September 25-November 20, 1983): Installation Photographs
The New Portrait (April 15-June 10, 1984): Installation Photographs
Fresh Paint: The Houston School (May 5-June 23, 1985): Installation Photographs
The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Installation Photographs
Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England and Germany (April 26-June 21, 1987): Installation Photographs
The Pop Project, Part I: This is Tomorrow, Today: The Independent Group and British Pop Art (October 22-December 27, 1987): Installation Photographs
Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Installation Photographs
Michelangelo Pistoletto: Division and Multiplication of the Mirror (October 2-November 27, 1988): Installation Photographs
Forced Out: The Agony of the Refugee in Our Time (January 14-March 11, 1990): Installation Photographs
David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble, 1969-1990 (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): Installation Photographs
Out of Site (December 16, 1990-[unknown closing date]): Installation Photographs
Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): Installation Photographs
The Winter of Love (L'Hiver de l'Amour) (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Installation Photographs
Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Installation Photographs
Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs
Disasters of War: Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger, Jake and Dinos Chapman (November 19, 2000-February 25, 2001): Art and Event Photographs
Georges Adéagbo: Abraham - L'ami de Dieu (November 19, 2000-May 6, 2001): Art and Event Photographs
Massimo Bartolini: Untitled (Wave) (March 11-May 20, 2001): Art and Event Photographs
Los Carpinteros: Ciudad Transportable (Transportable City) (May 20-September 3, 2001): Installation Photographs

circa 1980-2000
II.A.1122 Photographs of Greater New York Poster Advertisement Placement

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): News Clippings

circa 2000
II.A.1123 "Jason Chase/High School Art Program" Photographs

Slides of student drawings, with some miscellaneous images.

2000
II.A.1124 Christian Marclay Installation Slides

Four unlabelled slides apparently from the opening.

Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs

2000
II.A.1125 "Various Including Opening Shots (Not Great) 2000" Press Photographs

Unidentified opening party and installation images, with some installations views, all unlabelled.

2000
II.A.1126 Unlabeled Artwork and Installation Slides

Numerous unlabeled images.

circa 2000
II.A.1127 Unidentified Ceremony Slides

Unidentified formal ceremony at P.S. 1 with Alanna Heiss.

circa 2000
II.A.1128 Unidentified Artwork Transparencies

Three 4" x 5" transparencies of an unidentified installation.

circa 2000
II.A.1129 Unidentified Installation Slides

Unlabelled slides from an unknown Clocktower exhibition.

circa 2000
II.A.1130 Unidentified Installation and Artwork Photographs

Unlabelled installation photos of PS1 exhibitions.

circa 2000
II.A.1131 Photographic Essay of P.S. 1 Security Staff

By Hanna Schimek in Salon Verlag.

February, 2000
II.A.1132 Public Sauna Postcards

Public Sauna at P.S. 1 (February 27-September 30, 2000): Printed Ephemera

2000
II.A.1133 Greater New York

Includes draft and possibly final checklist.

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera

2000
II.A.1134 Greater New York

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): News Clippings

2000
II.A.1135 Greater New York

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): News Clippings

2000
II.A.1136 Greater New York

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): News Clippings

2000
II.A.1137 Greater New York

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): News Clippings

2000
II.A.1138 Greater New York

Slides of the opening with some artwork and installation images.

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1139 Greater New York

Includes Harvey Quaytman installation views.

Harvey Quaytman: Selected Work (February 7-June 20, 1999): Installation Photographs
Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1999-2000
II.A.1140 Greater New York

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
Public Sauna at P.S. 1 (February 27-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs

2000
II.A.1141 Greater New York

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
Public Sauna at P.S. 1 (February 27-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs

2000
II.A.1142 Greater New York Opening Slides

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Art and Event Photographs

2/27/2000
II.A.1143* P.S. 1 Courtyard Photographs

Two 8" x 23" and one 11" x 17" color prints of the P.S. 1 courtyard and artworks below a rainbow.

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Installation Photographs
Public Sauna at P.S. 1 (February 27-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs

2000
II.A.1144 "Greater New York Harper's Bazaar Photo Shoot"

Slides taken of the Harper's Bazaar photo shoot of the assembled Greater New York artists in the courtyard.

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Art and Event Photographs

2/21/2000
II.A.1145 Greater New York CD-ROM

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.A.1146 "GNY Paolo's Book" Unidentified Installation Slides

Unlabelled slides of in-progress installation of an unknown exhibition. The Paolo referenced in the original folder label is otherwise unidentified.

circa 2000
II.A.1147 "Greater New York Underwood Painting in Progress" Slides

Unlabeled images of artist Cynthia Underwood painting an automobile in the P.S. 1 courtyard.

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Installation Photographs

2000
II.A.1148 General Spring Articles

2000
II.A.1149 Postcard of April Openings

2000
II.A.1150 Press Release Announcing Creation of the Young Architects Program

Planned initially as a five-year series.

2000
II.A.1151 Rob Pruitt

Rob Pruitt: "Evian Waterfall" (April 30-June 18, 2000): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2000
II.A.1152 Postcard of May Openings and Spring Newspaper

Around 1984: A Look at Art in the Eighties (May 21-September 30, 2000): Printed Ephemera

2000
II.A.1153 Clockwork 2000

Includes curatorial statement, artist's statement from Hironori Murai, postcards and handbills.

Clockwork 2000: P.S. 1 National and International Studio Program 1999-2000 (May 11-June 17, 2000): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.A.1154 Clockwork 2000

Clockwork 2000: P.S. 1 National and International Studio Program 1999-2000 (May 11-June 17, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1155 May 21, 2000 Opening Slides

5/21/2000
II.A.1156 William Kentridge

Vertical Painting Series: William Kentridge: Stair Procession (May 21, 2000-[ongoing]): Press Release; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2000
II.A.1157 Around 1984

Around 1984: A Look at Art in the Eighties (May 21-September 30, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2000
II.A.1158 Around 1984

Includes budget, exhibition statement, and gallery floor plans.

Around 1984: A Look at Art in the Eighties (May 21-September 30, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera

2000
II.A.1159 Around 1984

Vertical Painting Series: William Kentridge: Stair Procession (May 21, 2000-[ongoing]): News Clippings
Around 1984: A Look at Art in the Eighties (May 21-September 30, 2000): News Clippings

2000
II.A.1160 Around 1984

Around 1984: A Look at Art in the Eighties (May 21-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1161 Around 1984

Around 1984: A Look at Art in the Eighties (May 21-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1162 2000 Installation and Artwork Slides

Small amount of slides from the below shows including some renovation images.

Around 1984: A Look at Art in the Eighties (May 21-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs
John Wesley: Paintings 1961-2000 (September 17, 2000-January 14, 2001): Press Release

2000
II.A.1163 Summer Press Releases and Postcard

Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): Press Release
YAP (2000): "Dunescape" by SHoP (July 2-September 2, 2000): Press Release
Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): Press Release

2000
II.A.1164 Young Architects Program

YAP (2000): "Dunescape" by SHoP (July 2-September 2, 2000): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2000
II.A.1165 Warm Up and YAP Snapshots

In envelope marked "Warm Up 2000 Extras," duplicate 4" x 6" color prints.

Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): Installation Photographs
YAP (2000): "Dunescape" by SHoP (July 2-September 2, 2000): Installation Photographs

2000
II.A.1166 Warm Up and YAP Slides

Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): Installation Photographs
YAP (2000): "Dunescape" by SHoP (July 2-September 2, 2000): Installation Photographs

2000
II.A.1167 Summer News Clippings

Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): News Clippings
YAP (2000): "Dunescape" by SHoP (July 2-September 2, 2000): News Clippings
Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): News Clippings

2000
II.A.1168 General Summer Articles

2000
II.A.1169 Warm Up (2000)

Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2000
II.A.1170 Max Neuhaus

Includes transcript of an April 2000 interview with Neuhaus by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev and statement by the artist.

Max Neuhaus: Drawings (July 2-September 30, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; Art and Event Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.A.1171 Max Neuhaus

Max Neuhaus: Drawings (July 2-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1172 Volume: Bed of Sound

Includes curatorial statement and installation snapshots.

Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.A.1173 Volume: Bed of Sound

Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs

2000
II.A.1174 Ugo Rondinone Installation Slides and Transparencies

Installation photographs of Ugo Rondinone's So Much Water So Close to Home, from Volume: Bed of Sound.

Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs

2000
II.A.1175 Promotional Cards

Folded cards with images of "YAP" and work by Mick O'Shea.

YAP (2000): "Dunescape" by SHoP (July 2-September 2, 2000): Printed Ephemera
Mick O'Shea: Toy Box (November 19, 2000-January 31, 2001): Printed Ephemera

2000
II.A.1176 Min Tanaka

Min Tanaka: Dreaming Trees - Flying in Nexus (July 7-July 16, 2000): Printed Ephemera

2000
II.A.1177 A Day at the Beach, A Day for Families

Slides of music performances, teen curators, and educational programs with one slide of work by Christian Marclay.

Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs
A Day at the Beach, A Day for Families (August 13, 2000): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera

2000
II.A.1178 Dive-in Movies

Dive-In Movies: Flix from the Great B-yond (August 17-August 24, 2000): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2000
II.A.1179 Fall Postcards and Brochures

2000
II.A.1180 Socrates Sculpture Park Postcard

2000
II.A.1181 Special Projects (Fall 2000)

Special Projects (Fall 2000) (September 1-November 30, 2000): Press Release

2000
II.A.1182 John Wesley

Includes "Conversations with John Wesley": transcript of an interview with the artist and Alanna Heiss.

John Wesley: Paintings 1961-2000 (September 17, 2000-January 14, 2001): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.A.1183 John Wesley and Santiago Sierra Press Kit

Person Remunerated for a Period of 360 Consecutive Hours (September 17-November 30, 2000): Press Release; Printed Ephemera
John Wesley: Paintings 1961-2000 (September 17, 2000-January 14, 2001): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

2000
II.A.1184 John Wesley

John Wesley: Paintings 1961-2000 (September 17, 2000-January 14, 2001): Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1185 John Wesley

John Wesley: Paintings 1961-2000 (September 17, 2000-January 14, 2001): News Clippings
Disasters of War: Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger, Jake and Dinos Chapman (November 19, 2000-February 25, 2001): News Clippings

2000
II.A.1186 Santiago Sierra: New Work

Person Remunerated for a Period of 360 Consecutive Hours (September 17-November 30, 2000): Press Release; Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera

2000
II.A.1187 Takashi Murakami

Takashi Murakami: Second Mission Project ko2 (September 17-November 30, 2000): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1188 Arturo Herrera

Vertical Painting Series: Party for Tom by Arturo Herrera (November 19, 2000-): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1189 Press Release of 2001 Exhibitions and Programs

2000
II.A.1190 Alanna Heiss Official Pictures

Numerous photographs, slides, and transparencies of Alanna Heiss used for articles and interviews as well as some photographs of events, informal images, and images of buildings and spaces; includes sampling of articles and press appearances.

1976-2000
II.A.1191 Special Projects (Winter 2000-2001)

Special Projects (Winter 2000-2001) (November 19, 2000-January 30, 2001): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1192 Mick O'Shea

Mick O'Shea: Toy Box (November 19, 2000-January 31, 2001): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1193 Disasters of War

Disasters of War: Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger, Jake and Dinos Chapman (November 19, 2000-February 25, 2001): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2000
II.A.1194 Disasters of War Artwork Images

Disasters of War: Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger, Jake and Dinos Chapman (November 19, 2000-February 25, 2001): Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1195 Disasters of War Artwork Images

Includes installation photographs of unidentified stairwell ceiling painting.

Disasters of War: Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger, Jake and Dinos Chapman (November 19, 2000-February 25, 2001): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1196 "Disasters Opening 11/19/2000"

Disasters of War: Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger, Jake and Dinos Chapman (November 19, 2000-February 25, 2001): Art and Event Photographs

11/19/2000
II.A.1197 Georges Adéagbo

Georges Adéagbo: Abraham - L'ami de Dieu (November 19, 2000-May 6, 2001): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1198 Georges Adéagbo

Georges Adéagbo: Abraham - L'ami de Dieu (November 19, 2000-May 6, 2001): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1199 Some New Minds

Some New Minds (December 17, 2000-February 28, 2001): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.A.1200 "ARTLoop" Map of Long Island City

circa 2001
II.A.1201 "Biography of Alanna Heiss"

circa 2001
II.A.1202 "P.S. 1 Building History and Long-Installation Information"

circa 2001
II.A.1203 "P.S. 1 Exhibition Program"

circa 2001
II.A.1204 "The Clocktower Gallery" Overview Document

circa 2001
II.A.1205 Klaus Biesenbach Biography

circa 2001
II.A.1206 P.S. 1 Mission Statement

circa 2001
II.A.1207 "Clocktower Building" Slides

circa 2001
II.A.1208 General Winter Articles

2000-2001
II.A.1209 Postcard of Winter Openings

2001
II.A.1210 Special Projects Program (Winter 2001)

Special Projects (Winter 2001) (February 4-April 1, 2001): Press Release; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1211 Almost Warm and Fuzzy

Disasters of War: Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger, Jake and Dinos Chapman (November 19, 2000-February 25, 2001): News Clippings
Almost Warm & Fuzzy: Childhood and Contemporary Art (February 4-April 8, 2001): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1212 Almost Warm and Fuzzy

Almost Warm & Fuzzy: Childhood and Contemporary Art (February 4-April 8, 2001): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1213 Erik Steinbrecher

Erik Steinbrecher: Couch Park (February 4-April 8, 2001): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1214 Postcard of Winter/Spring Openings

2001
II.A.1215 Bernhard Martin

Bernhard Martin: Kings Corner (March 11-May 6, 2001): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1216 Massimo Bartolini

Massimo Bartolini: Untitled (Wave) (March 11-May 20, 2001): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1217 Spring Installation Slides

Unlabelled courtyard installation slides of Lieshout and Bartolini and an unidentified gallery show.

Massimo Bartolini: Untitled (Wave) (March 11-May 20, 2001): Installation Photographs
Atelier van Lieshout: Darkroom (March 11-May 31, 2001): Installation Photographs

2001
II.A.1218 Atelier van Lieshout

Atelier van Lieshout: Darkroom (March 11-May 31, 2001): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1219 Luigi Ontani

Person Remunerated for a Period of 360 Consecutive Hours (September 17-November 30, 2000): News Clippings
Luigi Ontani: 1969-2001 (March 11-June 6, 2001): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1220 Luigi Ontani

Luigi Ontani: 1969-2001 (March 11-June 6, 2001): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1221 Luigi Ontani Press Slides

Large quantity of artwork images, perhaps with some installation views.

Luigi Ontani: 1969-2001 (March 11-June 6, 2001): Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1222 Luigi Ontani Press Slides

Large quantity of artwork images, perhaps with some installation views.

Luigi Ontani: 1969-2001 (March 11-June 6, 2001): Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1223 March Opening Slides

Unlabeled images of the Ontani and other exhibitions March opening.

3/11/2001
II.A.1224 General Spring Articles

Includes New York Times article on the difficulties installing the Atelier van Lieshout, Bartolini, and Ontani exhibitions.

2001
II.A.1225 2000-2001 National and International Studio Program Exhibition

National and International Studio Program Exhibition (2000-2001): Strangers/Étrangers (April 26-June 16, 2001): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1226 Postcard of Spring/Summer Openings

2001
II.A.1227 Miri Segal

Miri Segal: Circular Acts (May 20-September 3, 2001): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1228 Special Projects (Summer 2001)

Special Projects (Summer 2001): Aïda Ruilova: Hey! (May 20-September 3, 2001): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2001): Bill Beirne: Time-less (Cell) (May 20-September 3, 2001): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs
Special Projects (Summer 2001): Gruppo A12: Parole (May 20-September 3, 2001): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2001): Miguel Angel Rios: Los Ninos Brotan de Noche (May 20-September 3, 2001): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2001): Nedko Solakov: A (Not So) White Cube (May 20-September 3, 2001): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs
Special Projects (Summer 2001): Paul Ramirez Jonas: A Longer Day (May 20-September 3, 2001): Press Release

2001
II.A.1229 Nedko Solakov

Special Projects (Summer 2001): Nedko Solakov: A (Not So) White Cube (May 20-September 3, 2001): Installation Photographs

2001
II.A.1230 Gruppo A12

Special Projects (Summer 2001): Gruppo A12: Parole (May 20-September 3, 2001): Installation Photographs

2001
II.A.1231 Bill Beirne

Special Projects (Summer 2001): Bill Beirne: Time-less (Cell) (May 20-September 3, 2001): Installation Photographs

2001
II.A.1232 Los Carpinteros

Los Carpinteros: Ciudad Transportable (Transportable City) (May 20-September 3, 2001): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1233 Los Carpinteros

Los Carpinteros: Ciudad Transportable (Transportable City) (May 20-September 3, 2001): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1234 Carla Accardi

Carla Accardi: Triplice Tenda (May 20-September 3, 2001): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1235 Uniform: Order and Disorder

Uniform: Order and Disorder (May 20-September 23, 2001): Press Release; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1236 Uniform: Order and Disorder

Includes slides of the opening.

Uniform: Order and Disorder (May 20-September 23, 2001): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1237 "Uniform Not in Show"

Slides presumably of works excluded from the final installation.

Uniform: Order and Disorder (May 20-September 23, 2001): Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1238 Two Exhibition Essays

"Uniforms and Signs: Art as Desertion" by Francesco Bonami and an essay on video games in art museums, perhaps related to Buzz Club.

Uniform: Order and Disorder (May 20-September 23, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation
Buzz Club: News from Japan (July 1-September 30, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.A.1239 Navin Rawanchaikul

Includes photographs and comic of the Rawanchaikul's project installed in Fukuoka, Japan; and "Target Art In the Park" program press packet.

Navin Rawanchaikul: I ♥ Taxi (May 31-September 3, 2001): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1240 Navin Rawanchaikul

Navin Rawanchaikul: I ♥ Taxi (May 31-September 3, 2001): Installation Photographs

2001
II.A.1241 Buzz Club and Navin Rawanchaikul Installation Transparencies

Navin Rawanchaikul: I ♥ Taxi (May 31-September 3, 2001): Installation Photographs
Buzz Club: News from Japan (July 1-September 30, 2001): Installation Photographs

2001
II.A.1242 Navin Rawanchaikul

Large quantity of artwork images.

Navin Rawanchaikul: I ♥ Taxi (May 31-September 3, 2001): Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1243 Summer Exhibitions Press Materials

Includes seasonal press release, postcard, floor plan brochure, and a summer exhibitions and events poster by Clegg and Guttman; with other exhibition press releases of the season.

2001
II.A.1244 General Summer Articles and Listings

2001
II.A.1245 Exhibition History 1997-2001

2001
II.A.1246 Buzz Club

Buzz Club: News from Japan (July 1-September 30, 2001): Press Release; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1247 Buzz Club

Buzz Club: News from Japan (July 1-September 30, 2001): Installation Photographs

2001
II.A.1248 Buzz Club

With three slides of receptions/events from 1982.

Buzz Club: News from Japan (July 1-September 30, 2001): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1982-2001
II.A.1249 Kim Sooja

Kim Sooja: A Needle Woman (July 1-September 16, 2001): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1250 Kim Sooja

Kim Sooja: A Needle Woman (July 1-September 16, 2001): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1251 Ashkan Sahihi

Ashkan Sahihi: The Drug Series (July 1-September 18, 2001): Press Release

2001
II.A.1252 Warm Up and YAP

Includes color photocopies of installation images.

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings
YAP (2001): subWave by ROY (July 7-September 1, 2001): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1253 Warm Up and YAP

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): News Clippings
YAP (2001): subWave by ROY (July 7-September 1, 2001): News Clippings

2001
II.A.1254 Warm Up and YAP

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): Installation Photographs
YAP (2001): subWave by ROY (July 7-September 1, 2001): Installation Photographs

2001
II.A.1255 Warm Up and YAP

Slides divided by date taken.

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): Installation Photographs
YAP (2001): subWave by ROY (July 7-September 1, 2001): Installation Photographs

2001
II.A.1256 "Warm Up 7/14/2001"

Slides unlabelled.

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): Installation Photographs

7/14/2001
II.A.1257 "Warm Up 8/1/2001"

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): Installation Photographs

8/1/2001
II.A.1258 YAP (2001): ROY

YAP (2001): subWave by ROY (July 7-September 1, 2001): News Clippings

8/1/2001
II.A.1259 "July 1, 2001 Opening subWave" Installation Slides

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): Installation Photographs
YAP (2001): subWave by ROY (July 7-September 1, 2001): Installation Photographs

7/1/2001
II.A.1260 Summer Dance Warm Up

Summer Dance Warm Up (July 7-September 1, 2001): Press Release; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1261 Summer Dance Warm Up

4" x 6" color prints of various performances.

Summer Dance Warm Up (July 7-September 1, 2001): Installation Photographs

2001
II.A.1262 Summer Dance Warm Up

4" x 6" color prints of various performances.

Summer Dance Warm Up (July 7-September 1, 2001): Installation Photographs

2001
II.A.1263 "Warm Up 2001; Nagakawa Fashion Show"

YAP (2001): subWave by ROY (July 7-September 1, 2001): Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1264 Häagen-Dazs Arts Initiative Pamphlets

With photographs of sponsored exhibitions including the 2001 "YAP" Also includes articles on the selection of Yoshio Taniguchi for the MoMA expansion.

1991-2001
II.A.1265 Miscellaneous Installation Slides

Small amount of installation slides.

Christian Marclay: 850 Records (May 28-June 28, 1987): Installation Photographs
Public Sauna at P.S. 1 (February 27-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs
YAP (2000): "Dunescape" by SHoP (July 2-September 2, 2000): Installation Photographs
Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs
Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): Installation Photographs
YAP (2001): subWave by ROY (July 7-September 1, 2001): Installation Photographs

1987-2001
II.A.1266 Fall Preview Listings

2001
II.A.1267 Made in the Shade: A Day for Families

Made in the Shade: A Day for Families (August 12, 2001): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1268 Photographs of "Clocktower High School" Education Program

8/15/2001
II.A.1269 Fall Press Release, Postcard, and Newspaper

2001
II.A.1270 General Fall Listings and Articles

2001
II.A.1271 Joe Brainard

Joe Brainard: A Retrospective (September 30-November 25, 2001): Press Release; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1272 Joe Brainard

Joe Brainard: A Retrospective (September 30-November 25, 2001): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1273 Kenny Scharf

Kenny Scharf (October 14, 2001-January 13, 2002): Press Release

2001
II.A.1274 Janet Cardiff

Janet Cardiff: A Survey of Works, Including Collaborations with George Bures Miller (October 14, 2001-January 31, 2002): Press Release; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1275 Janet Cardiff

Janet Cardiff: A Survey of Works, Including Collaborations with George Bures Miller (October 14, 2001-January 31, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1276 Janet Cardiff

Janet Cardiff: A Survey of Works, Including Collaborations with George Bures Miller (October 14, 2001-January 31, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1277 Janet Cardiff

Janet Cardiff: A Survey of Works, Including Collaborations with George Bures Miller (October 14, 2001-January 31, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1278 David Remfry and Jessica Craig-Martin

David Remfry (October 14, 2001-January 20, 2002): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs
Jessica Craig-Martin (October 14, 2001-January 20, 2002): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1279 David Remfry and Jessica Craig-Martin

Kenny Scharf (October 14, 2001-January 13, 2002): Installation Photographs
David Remfry (October 14, 2001-January 20, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs
Jessica Craig-Martin (October 14, 2001-January 20, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1280 Animations

Animations (October 14, 2001-January 20, 2002): Press Release; News Clippings

2001
II.A.1281 Animations

Animations (October 14, 2001-January 20, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1282 Animations Color Reproductions

Likely pieces of press packets.

Animations (October 14, 2001-January 20, 2002): General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.A.1283 Richard Deacon

Richard Deacon: Recent Work (October 14, 2001-January 31, 2002): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.A.1284 Loop

Includes German press clippings and articles on other exhibitions.

Loop (December 9, 2001-January 27, 2002): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings
Marcos Kurtycz (June 30-September 2, 2002): News Clippings

2001
II.A.1285 Loop

Loop (December 9, 2001-January 27, 2002): Installation Photographs

2001
II.A.1286 B Hotel

B Hotel (December 9, 2001-January 27, 2002): Press Release

2001
II.A.1287 P.S. 1 Winter/Spring Newspaper

2002
II.A.1288 Advertisement for Winter Exhibitions and Programs

2002
II.A.1289 The Short Century

A variety of postcards and brochures for the exhibition and associated special events.

The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): Printed Ephemera

2002
II.A.1290 The Short Century

The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2002
II.A.1291 The Short Century

The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): News Clippings

2002
II.A.1292 The Short Century

The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2002
II.A.1293 The Short Century

The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2002
II.A.1294 The Short Century

The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2002
II.A.1295 The Short Century

The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2002
II.A.1296 Slides of Historical African Images

Unlabeled slides, primarily a slide show of reproductions of historical photographic portraits of Africans with interposed text; likely from Short Century; with other images.

The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): General Exhibition Documentation

2002
II.A.1297 Slides of Historical African Images

Black-and-white images of African political scenes, likely related to Short Century.

The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): Art and Event Photographs

2002
II.A.1298* The Short Century Journal

A scrapbook of writings and artwork from P.S. 1 patrons who were invited to answer the question "What is Africa" as a response to the exhibition.

The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): General Exhibition Documentation

2002
II.A.1299 Miscellaneous Installation and Artwork Slides

Miscellaneous single slides of artworks and installation views, many unlabeled; includes press photograph of Alanna Heiss, Edward Koch, Leo Castelli and Others from 1979.

Special Projects (Spring 1979) (April 22-June 10, 1979): Installation Photographs
Out of the Studio: Art with Community (January 25-March 22, 1987): Installation Photographs
Slow Art: Painting in New York Now (April 26-June 21, 1992): Installation Photographs
Heaven: Public View, Private View (October 29, 1997-February 1, 1998): Installation Photographs
Jackie Winsor: Sculpture (October 29, 1997-February 28, 1998): Installation Photographs
Projects/Installations (February 15,1998-[unknown closing date]): Installation Photographs
Ronald Bladen: Selected Works (February 7-May 30, 1999): Installation Photographs
Minimalia: An Italian Vision in 20th Century Art (October 10, 1999-January 9, 2000): Installation Photographs
Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Installation Photographs
Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): Installation Photographs
Janet Cardiff: A Survey of Works, Including Collaborations with George Bures Miller (October 14, 2001-January 31, 2002): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Summer 2002): Libby McInnis: Beans and Rice (May 19-June 23, 2002): Installation Photographs

1979-2002
II.A.1300 Postcard of Spring/Summer Openings and Heart of Gold Catalogue

Heart of Gold (May 19-September 14, 2002): Printed Ephemera

2002
II.A.1301 May 19, 2002 Opening Slides

Slides from the spring opening of multiple exhibitions.

5/19/2002
II.A.1302 2001-2002 National and International Studio Program Exhibition

Listening to New Voices: P.S. 1 2001-2002 National and International Studio Program Exhibition (May 19-June 16, 2002): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2002
II.A.1303 2001-2002 National and International Studio Program Exhibition

Listening to New Voices: P.S. 1 2001-2002 National and International Studio Program Exhibition (May 19-June 16, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2002
II.A.1304 Win Knowlton

Special Projects (Summer 2002): Win Knowlton: Birds Blocks Bamboo (May 19-June 23, 2002): Installation Photographs

2002
II.A.1305 Matthew Buckingham

Special Projects (Summer 2002): Matthew Buckingham: Definition (May 19-September 23, 2002): News Clippings

2002
II.A.1306 An-My Lê

Special Projects (Summer 2002): An-My Lê: Small Wars (1999-2002) (May 19-June 23, 2002): News Clippings

2002
II.A.1307 George Hadjimichalis

Includes brief essay on the artist.

George Hadjimichalis: Seven Works (May 19-September 30, 2002): Press Release; Installation Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

2002
II.A.1308 Heart of Gold

Includes catalogue of the exhibition.

Heart of Gold (May 19-September 14, 2002): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2002
II.A.1309 Magnus von Plessen

Magnus von Plessen: Recent Paintings (May 19-September 30, 2002): Press Release; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2002
II.A.1310 Monika Goetz

Special Projects (Summer 2002): Monika Goetz: "Realm of the Mind" (May 19-September 23, 2002): Installation Photographs

2002
II.A.1311 Two Book Projects

Charley (May 19-June 23, 2002): Press Release; News Clippings
Modern Masters: Tales from the Pinnacle of Culture (May 19-June 23, 2002): Press Release; News Clippings

2002
II.A.1312 Special Projects and Studio Program Press Releases and Clippings

Listening to New Voices: P.S. 1 2001-2002 National and International Studio Program Exhibition (May 19-June 16, 2002): Press Release; News Clippings
Special Projects (Summer 2002): An-My Lê: Small Wars (1999-2002) (May 19-June 23, 2002): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2002): João Onofre: Pas d'action and Nothing Will Go Wrong (May 19-June 23, 2002): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2002): Libby McInnis: Beans and Rice (May 19-June 23, 2002): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2002): Qingsong Wang: Bath House (May 19-June 23, 2002): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2002): Win Knowlton: Birds Blocks Bamboo (May 19-June 23, 2002): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2002): Wolfgang Plöger: Monuments (May 19-June 23, 2002): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2002): Matthew Buckingham: Definition (May 19-September 23, 2002): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2002): Monika Goetz: "Realm of the Mind" (May 19-September 23, 2002): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2002): Sol'Sax: These Hand Me Down Black and Blue Jeans (May 19-September 30, 2002): Press Release

2002
II.A.1313 Articles and News Clippings on the Opening of MoMAQNS

2002
II.A.1314 Interview with Klaus Biesenbach

From Index Magazine.

2002
II.A.1315 Marcos Kurtycz

Marcos Kurtycz (June 30-September 2, 2002): News Clippings

2002
II.A.1316 Mexico City

Mexico City: An Exhibition about the Exchange Rates of Bodies and Values (June 30-September 10, 2002): Press Release; News Clippings

2002
II.A.1317 Mexico City

Various Brochures for the exhibition and related events.

Mexico City: An Exhibition about the Exchange Rates of Bodies and Values (June 30-September 10, 2002): Printed Ephemera

2002
II.A.1318 Mexico City

Mexico City: An Exhibition about the Exchange Rates of Bodies and Values (June 30-September 10, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2002
II.A.1319 Mexico City

Mexico City: An Exhibition about the Exchange Rates of Bodies and Values (June 30-September 10, 2002): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2002
II.A.1320 Painting Report

Painting Report, "Plane: The Essential of Painting" (June 30-September 30, 2002): Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2002
II.A.1321 Warm Up and YAP

YAP (2002): Playa Urbana/Urban Beach by William E. Massie (June 30-September 1, 2002): Press Release; News Clippings
Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): Press Release; News Clippings

2002
II.A.1322 Warm Up and YAP

YAP (2002): Playa Urbana/Urban Beach by William E. Massie (June 30-September 1, 2002): Installation Photographs
Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): Installation Photographs

2002
II.A.1323 Warm Up and YAP

YAP (2002): Playa Urbana/Urban Beach by William E. Massie (June 30-September 1, 2002): Installation Photographs
Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): Installation Photographs

2002
II.A.1324 Warm Up and YAP

YAP (2002): Playa Urbana/Urban Beach by William E. Massie (June 30-September 1, 2002): Installation Photographs
Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): Installation Photographs

2002
II.A.1325 "Warm Up 8/3/2002"

Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): Installation Photographs

2002
II.A.1326 YAP

YAP (2002): Playa Urbana/Urban Beach by William E. Massie (June 30-September 1, 2002): Press Release; News Clippings

2002
II.A.1327 Summer Listings

2002
II.A.1328 Fall P.S. 1 Floor Plan Brochures

Brochures showing the installations for summer and fall 2002, and summer and fall 2003.

2002-2003
II.A.1329 P.S. 1 Summer Newspaper

2002
II.A.1330 Dia del Mar/By the Sea, A Day for Families

Dia del Mar/By the Sea, A Day for Families (August 11, 2002): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2002
II.A.1331 General Summer and Fall News Clippings

2002
II.A.1332 General Fall Articles

2002
II.A.1333 P.S. 1 Fall Newspaper

2002
II.A.1334 Sepia-Toned Poster of P.S. 1

circa 2002
II.A.1335 Al Held

Al Held: Recent Paintings (September 1-November 1, 2002): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

2002
II.A.1336 Chris Cunningham

Chris Cunningham (September 9-October 30, 2002): Press Release; News Clippings

2002
II.A.1337 Arnold Mesches

Includes artist's statement and past catalogues of the artist's work.

Arnold Mesches: FBI Files (September 23, 2002-February 2, 2003): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

2002
II.A.1338 Building Structures

Building Structures (September 23, 2002-January 31, 2003): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2002
II.A.1339 Postcard of November Openings

2002
II.A.1340 Video Acts

Includes installation images on a CD-R.

Video Acts: Single Channel Video Works from the Collections of Pamela and Richard Kramlich and New Art Trust (November 10, 2002-April 13, 2003): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2002
II.A.1341 Urban Creation

Urban Creation (November 22, 2002-January 31, 2003): Press Release

2002
II.A.1342 General Articles

General articles on P.S. 1, Alanna Heiss and other staff, associated artists and exhibitions, arts communities, community relations and other topics; with some exhibition listings.

2003-2004
II.A.1343 General 2003 Press Listings

2003
II.A.1344 "Highlights of Upcoming Exhibition Schedule" February 2003-Fall 2004

Overview of exhibitions for the upcoming twenty months.

2003
II.A.1345 Installation Photographs of Performances by Tibetan Monks, Yuka Honda, and Nicolas Mazet

Yuka Honda performed in association with First Steps; Nicolas Mazet performed for After Matisse/Picasso; and the Tibetan Monks performed a ceremony for world peace.

First Steps: Emerging Artists from Japan (February 16-April 27, 2003): Installation Photographs
After Matisse/Picasso (February 16-May 15, 2003): Installation Photographs

2003
II.A.1346 Press Release for Winter Exhibition-Related Public Programs

Descriptions of multiple performances and events related to several of the season's shows.

2003
II.A.1347 First Steps

Includes exhibition pamphlet/catalogue in Japanese.

First Steps: Emerging Artists from Japan (February 16-April 27, 2003): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2003
II.A.1348 After Matisse/Picasso

After Matisse/Picasso (February 16-May 15, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2003
II.A.1349 Yoko Ono

Includes typescript photocopies of the text of Ono's poem "Freight Train", dated autumn 1999.

Yoko Ono: Freight Train (February 16-May 15, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

2003
II.A.1350 Chen Zhen

Chen Zhen: A Tribute (February 16-August 31, 2003): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2003
II.A.1351 February 16, 2003 Opening Postcard and Slides

Images from the opening of multiple exhibitions.

2/16/2003
II.A.1352 Index of Press Coverage For Winter and Spring Exhibitions

2003
II.A.1353 Invitation to MoMA Junior Associate Event Hosted by Alanna Heiss and Fred Sherman

4/10/2003
II.A.1354 2002-2003 National and International Studio Program Exhibition

Breaking Away: P.S.1 2002-2003 National and International Studio Program Exhibtion (May 11-June 15, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs

2003
II.A.1355 Zilvinas Kempinas

Zilvinas Kempinas (May 11-June 29, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs

2003
II.A.1356 Zilvinas Kempinas and Breaking Away

Breaking Away: P.S.1 2002-2003 National and International Studio Program Exhibtion (May 11-June 15, 2003): Press Release; News Clippings
Zilvinas Kempinas (May 11-June 29, 2003): Press Release; News Clippings

2003
II.A.1357 Taryn Simon

Also includes installation photos, on CD-R, of exhibition when installed at the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati.

Taryn Simon: The Innocents (May 11-August 31, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2003
II.A.1358 Gagosian Gallery Press Packet on Taryn Simon

Taryn Simon: The Innocents (May 11-August 31, 2003): General Exhibition Documentation

2003
II.A.1359 Jene Highstein

Jene Highstein: Double Pipe Piece 1974/2003 (May 11-September 22, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs

2003
II.A.1360 Summer Opening Postcard and Slides

Slides of crowds and galleries during the opening of summer exhibitions.

6/29/2003
II.A.1361 Phillip Allen

Phillip Allen: Recent Paintings (June 29-August 31, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2003
II.A.1362 Signatures of the Invisible

Includes slides from the opening and a separate press release for artist Leo Villareal's contribution to the show.

Signatures of the Invisible (June 29-September 14, 2003): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2003
II.A.1363 Site and Insight

Includes slides of the opening.

Site and Insight: an Assemblage of Artists (June 29-August 31, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2003
II.A.1364 Art Chantry

Art Chantry: Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 (June 29-August 31, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2003
II.A.1365 Article on the Schaulager, Basel.

From Artforum.

2003
II.A.1366 Summer Celebration

MoMA P.S. 1 Summer Celebration (July 27, 2003): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2003
II.A.1367 Warm Up (2003)

Warm Up (2003) (July 5-August 30, 2003): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2003
II.A.1368 Warm Up and Summer Celebrations

Warm Up (2003) (July 5-August 30, 2003): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera
MoMA P.S. 1 Summer Celebration (July 27, 2003): Installation Photographs

2003
II.A.1369 Warm Up

Warm Up (2003) (July 5-August 30, 2003): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera

2003
II.A.1370 Warm Up

Warm Up (2003) (July 5-August 30, 2003): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera

2003
II.A.1371 YAP (2003)

YAP (2003): Light-Wing by Tom Wiscombe/EMERGENT (June 29-August 31, 2003): Press Release; News Clippings

2003
II.A.1372 PS1 History Presentation

Includes notes, slide list, and slides for a presentation on the history of P.S. 1 by Alanna Heiss.

2003
II.A.1373 Special Projects (Fall 2003)

Special Projects (Fall 2003): Isca Greenfield-Sanders: Rose Point (October 12-December 29, 2003): Checklist; Press Release
Special Projects (Fall 2003): Misaki Kawai: Octopus Pier (October 12-December 29, 2003): Checklist; Press Release
Special Projects (Fall 2003): Sofia Hultén: Grey Area (October 12-December 29, 2003): Checklist; Press Release
Special Projects (Fall 2003): Yael Bartana: Kings of the Hill (October 12-December 29, 2003): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

2003
II.A.1374 Paul Graham

Includes "notices of art violation" received from the "International Art Police" concerning Graham's work.

Paul Graham: American Night (October 12-December 29, 2003): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

2003
II.A.1375 Vincent Szarek

Vincent Szarek (October 12-December 29, 2003): Press Release

2003
II.A.1376 The Real Royal Trip

El real viaje Real/The Real Royal Trip (October 12, 2003-January 5, 2004): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2003
II.A.1377 The Real Royal Trip

El real viaje Real/The Real Royal Trip (October 12, 2003-January 5, 2004): Installation Photographs

2003
II.A.1378 The Real Royal Trip

El real viaje Real/The Real Royal Trip (October 12, 2003-January 5, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera

2003
II.A.1379 The Real Royal Trip Symposium and Opening Slides

El real viaje Real/The Real Royal Trip (October 12, 2003-January 5, 2004): Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

2003
II.A.1380 Cocktail Party and Prince of Spain Visit Slides

Binder title: "Openings"

El real viaje Real/The Real Royal Trip (October 12, 2003-January 5, 2004): Art and Event Photographs

10/10/2003
II.A.1381 Special Projects (Fall 2003) Installation Slides and Press Materials

Special Projects (Fall 2003): Isca Greenfield-Sanders: Rose Point (October 12-December 29, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 2003): Misaki Kawai: Octopus Pier (October 12-December 29, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 2003): Sofia Hultén: Grey Area (October 12-December 29, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Fall 2003): Yael Bartana: Kings of the Hill (October 12-December 29, 2003): Press Release; Installation Photographs

2003
II.A.1382 Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Tim Noble and Sue Webster (October 12, 2003-February 6, 2004): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2003
II.A.1383 New York City Neighborhood Development Summit Brochure

Brochure featuring the conference schedule and registration card, to be held at P.S. 1.

12/3/2003
II.A.1384 Institution Information Packets

Bound packets with mission statement, recent exhibition history, images, and other institutional information.

2004
II.A.1385 General Winter and Spring Articles and Listings

2004
II.A.1386 Special Projects (Spring 2004)

Special Projects (Spring 2004): Christian Holstad: Innocent Killers (January 29-May 1, 2004): Press Release; News Clippings
Special Projects (Spring 2004): David Shapiro: Nickel Bags (September, 1991-December 31, 2003) (January 29-May 1, 2004): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs
Special Projects (Spring 2004): Gary Rough: Who is Everything (January 29-May 1, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings
Special Projects (Spring 2004): Justin Lowe: Passage (January 29-May 1, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings
Special Projects (Spring 2004): Tracy Nakayama: Message to Love (January 29-May 1, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs

2004
II.A.1387 Collection (or, How I Spent a Year)

Collection (or, How I Spent a Year) (January 22-May 17, 2004): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2004
II.A.1388 Richard Sigmund

Richard Sigmund: Pacific Coast Highway (January 22-May 31, 2004): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1389 Lee Lozano

Lee Lozano, Drawn from Life: 1961-1971 (January 22-September 13, 2004): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2004
II.A.1390 January 29, 2004 Opening Slides

Slides from an opening for multiple exhibition.

1/29/2004
II.A.1391 Barry X Ball

Barry X Ball: (Matthew Barney) (January 29-May 31, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1392 Ernesto Caivano

Ernesto Caivano, After the Woods: A Selection (March 10-September 20, 2004): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1393 Hedi Slimane

Hedi Slimane: Berlin (March 11-May 31, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1394 Michael Lin

Michael Lin: Grind (March 11-September 20, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1395 Dieter Roth

Includes apparent draft checklists only.

Roth Time: A Dieter Roth Retrospective (March 12-June 7, 2004): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1396 Dieter Roth

Roth Time: A Dieter Roth Retrospective (March 12-June 7, 2004): News Clippings

2004
II.A.1397 Dieter Roth

Roth Time: A Dieter Roth Retrospective (March 12-June 7, 2004): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

2004
II.A.1398 Jeppe Hein

Jeppe Hein: Flying Cube (March 14-May 10, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1399 Interior and Exterior Images of the Clocktower Before and After Its Renovation for WPS1

2003
II.A.1400 WPS1 Press Packet Materials

Printouts of presentation on WPS1, likely from 2002, with proposed programming schedule and website statistic for ps1.org.

2002
II.A.1401 "WPS1 Mission Statement"

2004
II.A.1402 Articles on the Opening of WPS1

2004
II.A.1403 WPS1 Invitation and Postcard

Invitation to a WPS1 benefit dinner sponsored by Bloomberg L.P., with an information sheet describing the sponsorship and a postcard for WPS1's appearance at a Venice Biennale.

2004
II.A.1404 "WPS1.org National" Photocopies of Images Showing National Advertisement Campaign

2004
II.A.1405 WPS1 Art Radio Sampler CD

2004
II.A.1406 Special Projects (Summer 2004)

Maja Bajevic: Step by Step (June 27-September 27, 2004): News Clippings
Special Projects (Summer 2004): Jenny Vogel: Time Deferred on Cancellation (June 27-September 27, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings
Special Projects (Summer 2004): Johnston Foster: The Permanent Vacation (June 27-September 27, 2004): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Summer 2004): Marepe: Arca Azul de Noé (June 27-September 27, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Summer 2004): Mika Rottenberg: Mary's Cherries (June 27-September 27, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings
Special Projects (Summer 2004): Walead Beshty (June 27-September 27, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs

2004
II.A.1407 Hard Light

Hard Light (June 27-September 20, 2004): Press Release; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1408 Phoebe Washburn

Phoebe Washburn, Seconds of Something (June 27-September 26, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1409 Curious Crystals of Unusual Purity

Curious Crystals of Unusual Purity (June 27-September 27, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1410 Maja Bajevic

Maja Bajevic: Step by Step (June 27-September 27, 2004): Press Release; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1411 Ryan McGinley

Ryan McGinley (June 27-September 27, 2004): Press Release; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1412 William Gedney and Christopher Wool

William Gedney - Christopher Wool: Into the Night (June 27-September 27, 2004): Press Release; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1413 June 27, 2004 Opening Slides

Slides from an opening for summer exhibitions.

6/27/2004
II.A.1414 YAP (2004): nArchitects

YAP (2004): Canopy by nARCHITECTS (June 27-September 20, 2004): Press Release; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1415 YAP (2004): nArchitects

YAP (2004): Canopy by nARCHITECTS (June 27-September 20, 2004): Installation Photographs
Warm Up (2004) (July 3-September 3, 2004): Installation Photographs

2004
II.A.1416 General P.S. 1 Flyers

Flyers display photograph of the 2004 YAP

2004
II.A.1417 Warm Up (2004)

Warm Up (2004) (July 3-September 3, 2004): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1418 Warm Up and YAP installation Slides

Slides of a Warm Up party, musical acts, and YAP installation.

YAP (2004): Canopy by nARCHITECTS (June 27-September 20, 2004): Installation Photographs
Warm Up (2004) (July 3-September 3, 2004): Installation Photographs

2004
II.A.1419 Warm Up and YAP installation Slides

Slides of a Warm Up party, musical acts, and YAP installation.

YAP (2004): Canopy by nARCHITECTS (June 27-September 20, 2004): Installation Photographs
Warm Up (2004) (July 3-September 3, 2004): Installation Photographs

9/4/2004
II.A.1420 Warm Up and YAP installation Slides

Slides of a Warm Up party, musical acts, and YAP installation.

YAP (2004): Canopy by nARCHITECTS (June 27-September 20, 2004): Installation Photographs
Warm Up (2004) (July 3-September 3, 2004): Installation Photographs

2004
II.A.1421 Summer Celebration

Includes budget sheet.

Summer Celebration (July 25, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

2004
II.A.1422 Dearraindrop

Dearraindrop: Tylenol Island (July 18-November 16, 2004): Installation Photographs

2004
II.A.1423 General Fall and Winter Articles

2004-2005
II.A.1424 Announcements, Articles and Listings for WPS1

2004
II.A.1425 P.S. 1 Interior Photographs

Photographs of hallways, stairwells and rooms and building exterior.

undated
II.A.1426 Fall Press Materials

Includes postcards, press releases, checklists, and news clippings on a variety of exhibitions.

Manny Farber: About Face (September 27, 2004-January 16, 2005): Checklist; Press Release
Wide Open Spaces (October 7-November 21, 2004): Checklist; Press Release
The Perpetual Moment - Visions from Okinawa and Korea (October 17-December 13, 2004): Checklist; Press Release
Romantic Detachment (October 18-November 7, 2004): Press Release
Picnic on the Ocean: Documentation of a Korean-Japanese Project (October 24-December 20, 2004): Press Release
Special Projects (Fall 2004): Paolo Canevari: Welcome to Oz (October 24-December 20, 2004): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2004): Amy O'Neill: Old Noah's Ark (from Parade Float Graveyard) (October 24-December 20, 2004): Press Release
Special Projects (Summer 2004): Petra Lindholm (October 24-December 20, 2004): Press Release
Aleksandra Mir: The Big Umbrella (October 24, 2004-January 23, 2005): Press Release
Katharina Sieverding: Close Up (October 24, 2004-January 23, 2005): Press Release
Joan Wallace: Methods of Attachment (October 24, 2004-February 2, 2005): Checklist; Press Release
Hans-Peter Feldmann: 100 Years (October 24, 2004-February 20, 2005): Press Release

2004
II.A.1427 Manny Farber

Manny Farber: About Face (September 27, 2004-January 16, 2005): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2004
II.A.1428 Wide Open Spaces

Wide Open Spaces (October 7-November 21, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1429 The Perpetual Moment

The Perpetual Moment - Visions from Okinawa and Korea (October 17-December 13, 2004): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2004
II.A.1430 Romantic Detachment

Includes three-page proposal for the "International Special Project Program" which was to take the place of the discontinued studio program.

Romantic Detachment (October 18-November 7, 2004): Press Release; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1431 Special Projects (Fall 2004)

Special Projects (Fall 2004): Paolo Canevari: Welcome to Oz (October 24-December 20, 2004): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Summer 2004): Amy O'Neill: Old Noah's Ark (from Parade Float Graveyard) (October 24-December 20, 2004): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Summer 2004): Petra Lindholm (October 24-December 20, 2004): Installation Photographs

2004
II.A.1432 Picnic on the Ocean

Picnic on the Ocean: Documentation of a Korean-Japanese Project (October 24-December 20, 2004): Installation Photographs

2004
II.A.1433 Aleksandra Mir

Aleksandra Mir: The Big Umbrella (October 24, 2004-January 23, 2005): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1434 Katharina Sieverding

Katharina Sieverding: Close Up (October 24, 2004-January 23, 2005): Press Release; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1435 Joan Wallace

Joan Wallace: Methods of Attachment (October 24, 2004-February 2, 2005): Press Release; Installation Photographs; News Clippings

2004
II.A.1436 Hans-Peter Feldmann

Hans-Peter Feldmann: 100 Years (October 24, 2004-February 20, 2005): Installation Photographs

2004
II.A.1437 October 24, 2004 Opening Slides

Slides from an opening for fall exhibitions.

10/24/2004
II.A.1438 General Articles and Listings for WPS1

2004-2005
II.A.1439 News Clippings Concerning Art Basel Miami Beach

Art Sound Lounge at the Delano (December 2-December 5, 2004): News Clippings

2004
II.A.1440 Postcards for WPS1 ArtRadio, Art Basel Miami Beach Program

2004
II.A.1441 General P.S. 1 Flyers

Postcards printed with the Greater New York poster created by Jules de Balincourt.

circa 2005
II.A.1442 WPS1 Press Materials, Profile, History, and 2006 Initiatives

Includes press releases, clippings, and postcards, with a report on WPS1's activities and projected growth.

2005
II.A.1443 Article on 2004 Exterior Renovation Completion

2005
II.A.1444 Greater New York 2005

Greater New York 2005 (March 13-September 26, 2005): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

2005
II.A.1445 "Greater New York 2005; Various Installations in Process"

Slides Unlabelled.

Greater New York 2005 (March 13-September 26, 2005): Installation Photographs

2005
II.A.1446 Greater New York 2005 Opening Photographs

Includes slides of Greater New York opening and crowds in the galleries; with unrelated artwork images.

Juan Sánchez: "Ricanstructions: Paintings of the 90s" (December 19, 1999-February 13, 2000): Art and Event Photographs
Greater New York 2005 (March 13-September 26, 2005): Installation Photographs

1999-2005
II.A.1447 "Various Not So Good Slides of Greater New York 2005 in Progress"

All images of guest register.

Greater New York 2005 (March 13-September 26, 2005): Art and Event Photographs

2005
II.A.1448 Venice Biennale WPS1 Press Packet Materials

Concept images, press release, and other materials concerning WPS1's presence in Venice.

2005
II.A.1449 Art Sound Lounge

Art Sound Lounge (December 1-December 4, 2005): News Clippings

2005
II.A.1450 Reprocessing Reality Stickers

Sheets of round black stickers displaying the P.S. 1 logo and exhibition name and dates.

Reprocessing Reality (April 6-May 29, 2006): General Exhibition Documentation

2006
II.A.1451 Article on Podcasts in Museums

5/19/2006
II.A.1452 30th Anniversary News Clippings

2006
II.A.1453 30th Anniversary Party Photographs

Numerous 4" x 6" color photographs from the "homecoming gala" party, held to celebrate the thirty years since the I.A.U.R. had taken over the P.S. 1 school building.

2006
II.A.1454 30th Anniversary Party Photographs

Numerous 4" x 6" color photographs from the "homecoming gala" party, held to celebrate the thirty years since the I.A.U.R. had taken over the P.S. 1 school building.

2006
II.A.1455 30th Anniversary Party Commemorative Album

Printed and bound album of photographs from the "homecoming gala" party, held to celebrate the thirty years since the I.A.U.R. had taken over the P.S. 1 school building.

2006
II.A.1456 Profile of Choreographer Noemie Lafrance

9/10/2006
II.A.1457 WSP1 Advertisements

2006
II.A.1458 Art Sound Lounge

Art Sound Lounge at the Botanical Garden (December 6-December 10, 2006): News Clippings

2006
II.A.1459 "Iron Artist" Pamphlets

Pamphlets for a project by Matt Freedman and Sina Najafi, produced as part of the Cabinet magazine-sponsored "Fine Print: Alternative Media at P.S. 1" series of events.

2006
II.A.1460 Photographs of Permanent Installations, Exterior and Interior Views of the Renovated Building and Galleries, and Images of the Architectural Models of the Renovation

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Installation Photographs
James Turrell: "Meeting" (October 26, 1986-[ongoing]): Installation Photographs
P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): Installation Photographs

1976-2006
II.A.1461 Listing on "The Feminist Future" MoMA Symposium

2007
II.A.1462 2007 WPS1 Articles and Listings

Concrete Waves: Homage to Skate Culture (December 5-December 9, 2007): News Clippings

2007
II.A.1463 "Destination Modern Art" Flyer

2008
 

Subseries II.B: Working Files (1972–2001)

Scope and Content

Press working files largely resemble Subseries II.A. But in addition to the types of press materials found there, this series also includes correspondence, draft press materials, press outlet contact lists, production files for printed materials, and internal administrative files such as reports and memos. Also included are files apparently related to the "Timeline" project of the late 1990s, which endeavored to construct a database and website structured around the exhibition history of MoMA PS1. These files consist mainly of heavily annotated exhibitions history lists, with some direct documentation on particular exhibitions. The project was never completed.

Arrangement

The files have been arranged in rough chronological order while original order has been maintained wherever possible.

Folder Title Date
II.B.1 Artists Occupy Police Headquarters

One-sheet press release describing the one-day event.

Artists Occupy Police Headquarters...By Request of Police (December 16, 1972): Press Release

1972
II.B.2 Miscellaneous Press Releases

Press releases from various exhibitions and seasons across 12 years, primarily from The Clocktower and including the release for the opening of that space in 1973. Also includes a press release for the New York State small art center conference organized by the I.A.U.R.

Joel Shapiro: Sculpture (April 12-April 28, 1973): Press Release
Lynda Benglis: Sparkle Knots (December 6, 1973-January 19, 1974): Press Release
Alan Saret: Drawings and Sculpture (February 7-March 9, 1974): Press Release
Klaus Rinke (April 4-May 4, 1974): Press Release
Steve Gianakos: Recent Works (November 20-December 21, 1974): Press Release
Collectors of the Seventies, Part I: Dorothy and Herbert Vogel (April 19-May 17, 1975): Press Release
Collectors of the Seventies, Part IV: "The Sohm Archives - Selections from the Fluxus Section" (November 20, 1975-January 3, 1976): Press Release
Gianfranco Gorgoni: Tight Shots (September 13-October 7, 1978): Press Release
Joanne Fridley: You Are There (September 13-October 7, 1978): Press Release
Keith Sonnier: "Porte-Voix Audio Installations" (November 15-December 9, 1978): Press Release
Tina Girouard: "Revival" (November 15-December 9, 1978): Press Release
Charlemagne Palestine: "Paper Versus Cloth" (January 3-January 20, 1979): Press Release
Marcia Hafif: "Breaking Color" (January 3-January 20, 1979): Press Release
Jan Yoors: Tapestries (March 7-March 31, 1979): Press Release
New Wave Painting (March 7-March 31, 1979): Press Release
Robert Peterson (April 11-May 5, 1979): Press Release
Suzanne Harris: "The Tower of Power/The Pillar of Mercy, a Monument to Latter Day Ambiguity" (April 11-May 5, 1979): Press Release
Jennifer Bartlett: "Swimmers Atlanta" (September 19-October 13, 1979): Press Release
Frederick Spratt: Ganko (October 24-November 17, 1979): Press Release
Criminal Proceedings (September 30-October 31, 1981): Press Release
Denise Green (September 30-October 31, 1981): Press Release
Video (Fall 1981): Video Scuplture by Catherine Ikam (October 18-December 13, 1981): Press Release
Performance (Spring 1982): Performance Rites: the Word, the Flesh, the Fracas, and the Light (April 11-May 2, 1982): Press Release; Printed Ephemera
National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1984-1985 (January 25-March 3, 1985): Press Release
El Arte Narrativo Y Pintura Mexicana (May 5-June 23, 1985): Press Release

1973-1985
II.B.3 Miscellaneous Exhibition Ephemera

Numerous exhibition postcards, invitations and announcements, with some installation images and photographs of artworks, most unlabelled.

Richard Tuttle: Paper Octagonals 1969-1970 (May 3-May 27, 1973): Printed Ephemera
Lynda Benglis: Sparkle Knots (December 6, 1973-January 19, 1974): Printed Ephemera
Klaus Rinke (April 4-May 4, 1974): Printed Ephemera
Geoffrey Hendricks: Performance (September 21-September 23, 1974): Printed Ephemera
Steve Gianakos: Recent Works (November 20-December 21, 1974): Printed Ephemera
Collectors of the Seventies, Part II: John Kaldor and Stanley Marsh (May-June, 1975 [specific dates unknown]): Printed Ephemera
Michael McClard: There's Meat on These Bones (July 1-July 12, 1975): Printed Ephemera
Five Thursday Poetry Readings at the Clocktower (February 12-March 11, 1976): Printed Ephemera
Carl Andre: Sculpture (May 15-May 29, 1976): Printed Ephemera
Alain Kirili: Open Studio Project (May 21-May 31, 1976): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Winter 1978-1979) (December 3, 1978-January 21, 1979): Printed Ephemera; Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Spring 1979) (April 22-June 10, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Studio Workspace Exhibition 1979-1980 (December 9, 1979-January 27, 1980): Printed Ephemera
Afro-American Abstraction (February 17-April 6, 1980): Installation Photographs
John Gillen (April 23-May 17, 1980): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Spring 1980) (April 27-June 15, 1980): Printed Ephemera; Printed Ephemera
Fashion (Fall 1980): Ronald Kolodzie (September 28-November 9, 1980): Printed Ephemera
Clyde Connell: Sculptures (November 11-December 13, 1981): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1982) (January 17-March 14, 1982): Installation Photographs
Icebreakers: Contemporary Swedish Expressionists (November 11-December 11, 1982): Printed Ephemera
National Studio Program Open Studios (January 21-January 22, 1983): Printed Ephemera

1973-1983
II.B.4 Miscellaneous Exhibition and Press Materials

Includes P.S. 1 floor plans showing allocation of spaces to different artists for several 1977 exhibitions, some news clippings, and a poster for the Richard Nonas exhibition. Also includes a handbill for a series of performances arranged by Jean Dupuy in which twelve or more performances were staged each Saturday and Sunday for a month.

Artists Make Toys (January 1-January 25, 1975): News Clippings
Richard Nonas: "Montezuma's Breakfast" (March 25-April 24, 1977): Printed Ephemera
Jean Dupuy: A Tower in the Auditorium of P.S. 1 (February 4-February 26, 1978): Printed Ephemera

1975-1978
II.B.5 "Material for Lynn Hershman 25 Windows"

"Footnotes" on the windows comprising photocopied notes and sketches by the artist.

Lynn Hershman: 25 Windows, a Portrait/Project for Bonwit Teller (October 28-November 2, 1976): General Exhibition Documentation

1976
II.B.6 Magazines with P.S. 1 Cover Articles

Includes Artforum, Vol. XV No. 2 (October 1976), with the cover article, "The Apotheosis of the Crummy Space," by Nancy Foote, reviewing the exhibition "Rooms"; Arts Magazine, Vol. 6 No. 8 (April 1991), with David Hammons African American Flag on the cover; and Art in America Vol. 86 No. 1 (January 1998) on the reopening; with other clippings.

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): News Clippings
David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble, 1969-1990 (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): News Clippings
P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1976-1998
II.B.7 Exhibition Brochures and Pamphlets

Numerous postcards from exhibitions including individual cards for studio artist Bruce Parsons, and special projects artist Barbara Smukler.

Lynn Hershman: 25 Windows, a Portrait/Project for Bonwit Teller (October 28-November 2, 1976): Printed Ephemera
Ann Norton: Sculpture and Drawings (February 22-March 18, 1978): Printed Ephemera; Printed Ephemera
International Studio Artists Exhibition (Winter 1983) (January 12-February 12, 1983): Printed Ephemera
Art Couples II: Mary Beth Edelson and Robert Stackhouse (January 16-March 13, 1983): Printed Ephemera
Stan Smokler: Steel Sculpture in the Courtyard (July 1-August 31, 1983): Printed Ephemera
James Rosenquist (October 30-November 30, 1986): Printed Ephemera
Neil Williams (October 30-November 30, 1986): Printed Ephemera
Robert Creeley: Reading (November 7, 1986): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Spring 1987) (April 26-June 21, 1987): Printed Ephemera
Incidental Alterations: National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1994-1995 (March 30-April 23, 1995): Printed Ephemera

1976-1995
II.B.8 Exhibition History Lists

Exhibition history list fragments with index of clippings. Includes Carl Andre postcard, with unlabelled 1970s or 1980s installation photographs and event images.

Carl Andre: Sculpture (May 15-May 29, 1976): Printed Ephemera

1976-circa 1996
II.B.9 "Ferry Street"

Small amount of material on the New Jersey Institute of Technology architecture program and their project to convert a warehouse into student studio space.

1977
II.B.10 "Torpedo Factory"

News clippings, press releases, and other materials regarding various arts organizations and artist cooperatives in converted buildings.

1977
II.B.11 "SECCA"

News clippings and promotional materials relating to the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

1977
II.B.12 Artists Organizations in Repurposed Buildings

Materials regarding various arts organizations and artist cooperatives in converted buildings.

1977
II.B.13 "Queens Arts Organizations Correspondence" 1977
II.B.14 I.A.U.R. Information Sheets circa 1977
II.B.15 Miscellaneous Exhibition News Clippings

Large quantity of clippings from more two decades.

1977-1991
II.B.16 Exhibition History Lists

Separate history lists of special exhibitions, special projects, poetry readings, and performance for 1976-1977 at P.S. 1 with one press release from 1985.

Film (Winter 1985) (January 19-March 3, 1985): Press Release

1977-1985
II.B.17 Press Releases of Winter Exhibitions and Events

Detailed lists of exhibitions and special project artists.

1978
II.B.18 Spring Press Releases of Exhibitions and Events

Includes calendars, seasonal press releases, and a checklist for The Altered Photograph.

The Altered Photograph (April 22-June 10, 1979): Checklist

1979
II.B.19 Exhibition Posters and Brochures

Includes seasonal exhibition schedule posters and postcards.

Charlemagne Palestine: "Paper Versus Cloth" (January 3-January 20, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Marcia Hafif: "Breaking Color" (January 3-January 20, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Robert Peterson (April 11-May 5, 1979): Printed Ephemera; Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Spring 1981) (April 26-June 14, 1981): Printed Ephemera
Spring Dance Series (1984): Frontline: Dance and Social Commentary (April 28-June 10, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1979-1984
II.B.20 Dennis Oppenheim

Special Projects (Winter 1980) (February 17-April 6, 1980): News Clippings

1980
II.B.21 Exhibition Posters, Brochures, and Pamphlets

With some seasonal brochures and ephemera from outside exhibitions; Image into Pattern brochure includes checklist.

Image into Pattern (April 27-June 15, 1980): Printed Ephemera
Spring Dance Series (1985): Dance and Popular Culture (May 5-June 23, 1985): Printed Ephemera
Video (Spring 1985) (May 5-June 23, 1985): Printed Ephemera
Stephen Prina: Monochrome Painting (January 14-March 11, 1990): Printed Ephemera
Incidental Alterations: National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1994-1995 (March 30-April 23, 1995): Printed Ephemera

1980-1995
II.B.22 Press Correspondence

Outgoing publicity correspondence from Robin Wright, the publicity coordinator.

1981-1982
II.B.23 Special Projects Postcards and Seasonal Posters

Cards from various artists with seasonal calendars.

Special Projects (Winter 1980-1981) (December 7, 1980-January 25, 1981): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Winter 1981) (February 17-April 6, 1981): Printed Ephemera

1981
II.B.24 Exhibition Brochures and Pamphlets

With some seasonal brochures.

Senta Driver and Harry Dance Company (December 3, 1978-January 21, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Spring 1979) (April 22-June 10, 1979): Printed Ephemera
Bill Hoppe: Recent Paintings (April 26-June 14, 1981): Printed Ephemera
Film (Fall 1982): Ken Kobland: "The Room is a Metaphor for the Experiencing of Any Place" (October 17-December 12, 1982): Printed Ephemera
Special Projects (Fall 1982) (October 17-December 12, 1982): Printed Ephemera
Film (Winter 1984) (February 4-March 4, 1984): Printed Ephemera
Film (Fall 1984) (October 27-November 18, 1984): Printed Ephemera
The Pop Project, Part II: Public Image (January 21-February 28, 1988): Printed Ephemera
Brazil Projects (April 17-June 12, 1988): Printed Ephemera
The Pop Project, Part IV: Nostalgia as Resistance (May 12-June 12, 1988): Printed Ephemera
Spring Dance Series (1988): Barebones Dancing (June 18-July 3, 1988): Printed Ephemera

1981-1989
II.B.25 Metropotamia and Robert Stackhouse

Includes background material on Robert Stackhouse

Film (Spring 1982) (April 4-May 30, 1982): Installation Photographs; Printed Ephemera
Art Couples II: Mary Beth Edelson and Robert Stackhouse (January 16-March 13, 1983): Installation Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

1982-1983
II.B.26 "Cable Television and Broadcasting Corporations"

information on television outlets; with spring seasonal press release.

1982
II.B.27 "Greenpoint Gazette"

With seasonal press correspondence; curatorial statement for Synesthetics and Ripe Fruit; and essay text for Figures.

Artists Occupy Police Headquarters...By Request of Police (December 16, 1972): Press Release
Figures: Sculpture in the Auditorium (January 13-March 10, 1985): General Exhibition Documentation
Ripe Fruit (January 13-March 10, 1985): General Exhibition Documentation
Synesthetics: Writers and Artists (January 13-March 10, 1985): General Exhibition Documentation

1982-1985
II.B.28 Critical Perspectives

Includes seasonal poster and press release; with catalogue for Critical Perspectives.

Critical Perspectives: Curators and Artists (January 17-March 14, 1982): Printed Ephemera; News Clippings

1982
II.B.29 "Community Relations"

Small amount of material on the community; with Stephen Buckley checklist.

Stephen Buckley: Paintings 1969-1985 (September 26-November 10, 1985): Checklist

1982-1985
II.B.30 John Margolies

Includes artist's statement.

Architecture (Fall 1983): "Synthetic Links" by John Margolies (September 25-November 20, 1983): Checklist; Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1983
II.B.31 "Newsletter"

Newsletter issues and materials, including the "first" I.A.U.R. newsletter published, for the fall season of 1983; also with staff meeting notes, press releases, and grant forms.

1983-1985
II.B.32 Miscellaneous Press Materials

Includes fall 1983 floor plan brochure.

1983-1988
II.B.33 Studio Artist Lists

Lists of artists in the studio program from many different years.

1983-1996
II.B.34 Miscellaneous News Clippings

Large quantity of clippings on exhibtions and other subjects.

1983-1993
II.B.35 Mabou Mines

News clippings of Mabou Mines performances at the Performance Garage.

1984-1986
II.B.36 "Old Finkelpearl Correspondence"

Mainly copies of outgoing correspondence from Tom Finkelpearl, in 1984 transitioning from Publicity Director to "Acting Program Director," regarding various exhibitions and other matters.

1984-1985
II.B.37 "Queens Council Queens Festival"

P.S. 1 had a booth at this festival with participation from studio artists.

1985
II.B.38 Winter Press Packet

Includes promotional photographs, poster of events, and seasonal press release.

1985
II.B.39 Studio Program Catalogue Layouts

Layouts of pages with the artists' CVs.

National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1984-1985 (January 25-March 3, 1985): General Exhibition Documentation

1985
II.B.40 Exhibition History Lists and Clocktower Material

Includes cumulative lists of special project artists, multi-disciplinary exhibitions, and other exhibitions; with a general press packet for the Clocktower.

1985
II.B.41 Cumulative Exhibition List with Press Citations per Exhibition 1985
II.B.42 Film Exhibition Programs

Film program descriptions for spring 1985, with a Casinò Fantasma postcard.

Film (Spring 1985) (May 5-June 23, 1985): Checklist
Casinò Fantasma (May 24-July 15, 1990): Printed Ephemera

1985
II.B.43 The Knot Press Materials

Includes complete press packets for The Knot with some special project postcards.

Special Projects (Winter 1983) (January 16-March 13, 1983): Printed Ephemera
The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Checklist; Press Release

1985
II.B.44 Arte Povera Press Materials

Press release texts, with some articles and correspondence.

The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): General Exhibition Documentation

1985
II.B.45 Arte Povera Press Clippings

Includes tour group correspondence.

The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Press Release; News Clippings

1985-1986
II.B.46 "The Clocktower Gallery"

Includes a Clocktower press packet from 1985; studio program catalogue, and miscellaneous exhibition materials.

21st National and International Studio Artists Exhibition (May 16-June 14, 1997): Printed Ephemera

1985-1997
II.B.47 Meeting

Original folder labeled: "DO NOT USE; Turrell Doesn't Want Us To." Multiple copies of one or two installation slides, possibly from after the reopening.

James Turrell: "Meeting" (October 26, 1986-[ongoing]): Installation Photographs

1986?
II.B.48 James Turrell Promotional material

Press packet material on "Meeting" within a folder marked for the earlier exhibition Habitat; includes a copy of the publication Postcard Series One.

James Turrell: "Meeting" (October 26, 1986-[ongoing]): Press Release

ca. 1979-1986
II.B.49 About Place Press Release and Essay Texts

About Place: Contemporary American Landscape (February 2-March 23, 1986): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1986
II.B.50 Lists of Winter Shows

Draft lists of special project artists, multimedia projects, and room assignments.

1986
II.B.51 Isamu Noguchi Press Packet

Isamu Noguchi: What is Sculpture? (June 29-September 28, 1986): Press Release

1986
II.B.52 Modern Dreams Project Tracking Binder

Project binder for the book "Modern Dreams," which accompanied the Pop Project series of exhibition, with a later press release.

The Pop Project, Part I: This is Tomorrow, Today: The Independent Group and British Pop Art (October 22-December 27, 1987): General Exhibition Documentation
Slow Art: Painting in New York Now (April 26-June 21, 1992): Press Release

circa 1987-1992
II.B.53 1987 Press Clippings

Small amount of news clippings on various exhibitions.

1987
II.B.54 This is Tomorrow Today Materials

Includes text of exhibition essay and interview, with a photocopy of the complete catalogue of the 1956 Whitechapel Art Gallery exhibition This is Tomorrow focused on collaborations among architects, sculptors and painters.

The Pop Project, Part I: This is Tomorrow, Today: The Independent Group and British Pop Art (October 22-December 27, 1987): General Exhibition Documentation

1987
II.B.55 "Fall 1987 Ads, Announcements, etc."

Seasonal adveritsements with other materials.

Frank Moore and Jim Self: The Miller's Wife (October 11-November 20, 1987): Printed Ephemera

1987
II.B.56 The Logic of Display

Photography (Winter 1988): The Logic of Display (January 17-March 10, 1988): Press Release

1987
II.B.57 Ted Castle Literature Program

Press release for a reading by Castle as part of the Pop-related programmning.

The Pop Project, Part I: This is Tomorrow, Today: The Independent Group and British Pop Art (October 22-December 27, 1987): Press Release

1987
II.B.58 Miscellaneous External Exhibition Ephemera

Large quantity of collected and received material.

1980s
II.B.59 "Juxtapositions Announcement/Ad"

Small amount of layouts and press designs.

Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England and Germany (April 26-June 21, 1987): General Exhibition Documentation

1987
II.B.60 "Juxtapositions Catalog"

Includes extensive, annotated catalogue text and unbound sample.

Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England and Germany (April 26-June 21, 1987): Printed Ephemera; General Exhibition Documentation

1987
II.B.61 Exhibition catalogues

Includes the catalogue for Magdalena Abakanowicz; the catalogue Rod Rhodes: Insites for the artists part of "The Periphery" exhibition; the catalogue This is Tomorrow, Today and the book of essays Modern Dreams: The Rise and Fall and Rise of Pop both from The Pop Project series of exhibitions.

The Pop Project, Part I: This is Tomorrow, Today: The Independent Group and British Pop Art (October 22-December 27, 1987): Printed Ephemera
The Periphery, Part II: Rod Rhodes and Paul Thek (November 16-December 24, 1989): Printed Ephemera
Magdalena Abakanowicz: War Games (April 18-June 20, 1993): Printed Ephemera

1987-1993
II.B.62 "Invoices/Books"

Records of catalogue sales.

1987-1988
II.B.63 Michelangelo Pistoletto Press Packet

Michelangelo Pistoletto: Division and Multiplication of the Mirror (October 2-November 27, 1988): Press Release

1988
II.B.64 Terminal Privileges Catalogue Promotional Packet

Michael Tracy: Terminal Privileges/Privilegios Terminales (October 11-December 20, 1987): General Exhibition Documentation

1988
II.B.65 P.S. 1 General Information Packet circa 1980s
II.B.66 "Eppse"

Promotional sheet about an artist "Eppse" and his installation, entitled Bell, at P.S. 1, likely as part of an unidentified special project or studio exhibition.

1988
II.B.67 "Spring Newsletter 1988"

Extensive materials relating to the seasonal newsletter, magazine and newspaper advertisements, brochures and postcards.

1988
II.B.68 "Spring Newsletter 1988"

Extensive materials relating to the seasonal newsletter, magazine and newspaper advertisements, brochures and postcards.

1988
II.B.69 Spring Dance Series

List of performers and choreographers.

Spring Dance Series (1988): Barebones Dancing (June 18-July 3, 1988): Printed Ephemera

1988
II.B.70 Perspectives of Conceptualism

Includes descriptions of artworks without titles or dates; multi-page exhibition description from the exhibition's appearance in Hawaii; and budget sheet.

Perspectives of Conceptualism (March 14-April 21, 1991): General Exhibition Documentation

1988
II.B.71 Studio Program Postcard Catalog

National and International Studio Artist Exhibtion Series 1989-1990 (October 15, 1989-March 14, 1990): Printed Ephemera

1990
II.B.72 "NEA Censorship, General File"

Small amount of of news clippings.

1990
II.B.73 Renovation Budget Documents

Small set of early budget sheets.

1991
II.B.74 Afrika and Andrei Khlobystein

Afrika: "Donaldestruction" (May 2-June 16, 1991): News Clippings
Andrei Khlobistin: At Home (May 2-June 16, 1991): News Clippings

1991
II.B.75 Dennis Oppenheim

Dennis Oppenheim: And the Mind Grew Fingers (December 8, 1991-February 9, 1992): News Clippings

1992
II.B.76 German Exhibition Materials

Correspondence from the curator, and catalogue, for an exhibition Die Stadt, der Müll und der Tod.

1992
II.B.77 "Miscellaneous Wall texts"

Small amount of 7 Rooms/7 Shows wall and/or brochure texts.

7 Rooms/7 Shows (November 8, 1992-January 10, 1993): General Exhibition Documentation

1992
II.B.78 Miscellaneous Press Releases

Press releases for various exhibitions with some clippings.

Irwin: Kapital (September 19-October 20, 1991): Press Release
Mark Robbins: Framing American Cities (September 19-October 20, 1991): Press Release
Do You Know How To Pony? (April 1-May 1, 1993): Press Release

1992-1993
II.B.79 Buffie Johnson

Biographical materials on the artist.

Buffie Johnson: Paintings from the 40s and 90s (April 18-June 20, 1993): General Exhibition Documentation

1993
II.B.80 Membership and Press Packet 1993
II.B.81 Press and Membership Packets and Newsletters

Includes press packet for Stalin's Choice, general membership and press packet, and newsletters.

Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): Checklist; Press Release

1993-1994
II.B.82 Exhibition News Clippings

Small amount of clippings and listings.

In Their Own Image: The 1992-1993 Studio Artists Exhibition (February 14-March 14, 1993): News Clippings
Sleepless Nights (February 14-March 14, 1993): News Clippings

1993
II.B.83 "Annotations to the Movies in Russian"

Notes or descriptions, in Russian, to the film series accompanying the Soviet realist exhibition.

Stalin's Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956 (November 21, 1993-February 27, 1994): General Exhibition Documentation

1993
II.B.84 "Listings"

Various documents relating to listings in culture guides.

1993-1994
II.B.85 Gilles Peress News Clipping

Farewell to Bosnia: New Photographs by Gilles Peress (May 11-June 12, 1994): News Clippings

1994
II.B.86 Gilles Peress

Farewell to Bosnia: New Photographs by Gilles Peress (May 11-June 12, 1994): News Clippings

1994
II.B.87 The Winter of Love

The Winter of Love (L'Hiver de l'Amour) (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): News Clippings

1994
II.B.88 Day Without Art and Winter of Love Film Programs

Program listings and film descriptions.

The Winter of Love (L'Hiver de l'Amour) (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): General Exhibition Documentation
Day Without Art 1994 (December 1, 1994): General Exhibition Documentation

1994
II.B.89 "P.S. 1 Strategic Plan"

80-page draft of five year plan.

circa 1995
II.B.90 "Media Center Proposal"

Grant applications and various materials relating to the internet and multi-media projects.

1995
II.B.91 National and International Studio Program Artist Information

Biographical material on some studio artists as well as catalogue proofs.

Incidental Alterations: National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1994-1995 (March 30-April 23, 1995): General Exhibition Documentation

1995
II.B.92 International Studio Program 1995-1996

Lists of artists for that year.

1995
II.B.93 Marina Abramovic

Press Clippings on the artist.

1995-1996
II.B.94 "Board"

Minutes of board meetings from winter 1996 and fall 1994, and information about the spring board luncheon and on board members.

Entire folder restricted.

1994-1996
II.B.95 "Acknowledge Examples"

Example form letters acknowledging contributions.

1995-1997
II.B.96 Exhibition History Lists

Compilation of two or three lists covering most exhibitions until 1996.

1996
II.B.97 "Clocktower Exhibitions"

Includes Model Home texts from various contributors, installation schedule and sketches, budget, and correspondence.

Model Home (February 8-March 31, 1996): General Exhibition Documentation

1996
II.B.98 Model Home

Schedule and descriptions of events, with some unidentified writings.

Model Home (February 8-March 31, 1996): General Exhibition Documentation

1996
II.B.99 Model Home

Includes labels texts and writings by various contributors, with notes on the accompanying film program.

Model Home (February 8-March 31, 1996): General Exhibition Documentation

1996
II.B.100 "International Committee"

Small amount of correspondence only.

1996
II.B.101 "Out of SiteTimeline"

Budget breakdown, project description, and grant applications for the Timeline project documenting P.S. 1's history and other multimedia initiatives.

1996-1998
II.B.102 Sigmar Polke

Includes some correspondence and texts in German.

Sigmar Polke: Music of Unclarified Origin (July 5-August 23, 1998): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1996-1998
II.B.103 Model Home and Departure Lounge Press Packets

Model Home (February 8-March 31, 1996): Press Release
Departure Lounge (May 3-June 30, 1996): Press Release

1996
II.B.104 Minimalia

Small amount of correspondence and budget materials.

Minimalia: An Italian Vision in 20th Century Art (October 10, 1999-January 9, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

1997
II.B.105 "Staff Meeting Agendas"

Various memos and staff notes.

1997
II.B.106 "Square Foot/Naming"

Maps and lists of P.S. 1 spaces and the price for their naming rights.

Entire folder restricted.

1997
II.B.107 Parasite

Six-page project description.

Parasite Artist Organization Group (November 1, 1997-March 30, 1998): General Exhibition Documentation

1997
II.B.108 "Music Proposals"

Various CVs and documents concerning live performances.

1997
II.B.109 "Alex Katz from the Portland Museum of Art"

News clippings and press packet from the Portland, ME venue of the Katz exhibition.

Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995 (April 26-June 21, 1998): News Clippings

1997
II.B.110 Bruce Nauman

Materials on an external Nauman exhibition.

1997
II.B.111 Jackie Windsor

Press clippings and biographical material.

Jackie Winsor: Sculpture (October 29, 1997-February 28, 1998): General Exhibition Documentation

1997
II.B.112 "Olaf Nicolai Lobby Project"

Artist's proposal for an unrealized work to be installed on the P.S. 1 lobby ceiling.

1997
II.B.113 Anthony McCall

Correspondence with a design company regarding signage and other work for P.S. 1.

1997
II.B.114 Shields Communications

Outside public relations contractor material.

January, 1997
II.B.115 "Reports"

Notes of meetings with Alanna Heiss on development topics.

1997-1998
II.B.116 "Italian Bureau"

Correspondence concerning Italian development committee.

1997-1998
II.B.117 "Metabody/Doug Davis"

Press release and other materials on a new project by the artist co-sponsored by P.S. 1.

1997
II.B.118 "Press Correspondence"

July through May correspondence with various journalists and press outlets.

1997-1998
II.B.119 "New York Times 8/1/97"

"Inside Art" squib on P.S. 1 by Carol Vogel.

8/1/1997
II.B.120 Robert Muschamp

Printouts of various New York Times articles by Muschamp unrelated to P.S. 1.

1997
II.B.121 "Sunday Screening"

Outdoor Film Screening: "Sunday" (August 14, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.B.122 "Personnel Information"

Personnel policy documents.

undated
II.B.123 "Writer's Project"

Correspondence relating to a writing project coordinated with the reopening.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): General Exhibition Documentation

1997
II.B.124 "Website"

One page of notes.

undated
II.B.125 "Absolute Mardi Gras"

Small amount of correspondence regarding a travelling exhibition.

1997
II.B.126 Advertisement Layouts 1997
II.B.127 "Admissions"

Charts of admissions apparently for the three months following reopening.

circa 1997
II.B.128 "Ads Run"

Advertising layouts and correspondence.

1997
II.B.129 "Address Change"

Application to officially change P.S. 1's street address.

1997
II.B.130 "Art Camp"

Press clippings, handbills, and other information on the education program.

1997
II.B.131 "Alanna Heiss Photographs and Biography"

Press photographs of Heiss with short biography.

ca. 1997
II.B.132 "Benefits"

Sample event invitations from other institutions.

1997
II.B.133 "Bookstore"

Small amount of notes and correspondence regarding the bookstore.

1997
II.B.134 "Building Brochure"

Correspondence and other materials regarding a general reopening brochure.

1997
II.B.135 "Cafe Society"

Small amount of correspondence from the operators of the P.S. 1 café.

1997
II.B.136 "Board Correspondence"

Cover letter for a mailing to trustees.

6/20/1997
II.B.137 "Board Dinner"

List of invitees only.

1997
II.B.138 "Designers: Larry Wolfson"

Signage designer contract and job specifications.

1997
II.B.139 "Designers: 2x4"

Samples and notes for P.S. 1's new logo and identity.

1997
II.B.140 "Designers: Tsang Seymour Design; 2x4"

Correspondence, samples, and other design materials.

1997
II.B.141 "Designers: Tsang Seymour Design/2x4"

Samples, memos, and other design materials.

1997
II.B.142 "Designers: 2x4 Signage"

Florplans, notes and other signage materials.

1997
II.B.143 "Designers: Sissman Design"

Correspondence and other items.

1997
II.B.144 "Education"

Information sheets and forms on education programs, with some notes and corespondence.

1997-1998
II.B.145 "European Card"

Correspondence and other materials with deisgner Larry Wolfson regarding brochure design.

1997
II.B.146 "Expense Memos"

Brochure-related expense sheets.

1997
II.B.147 "Furnishing Plans"

Small amount of documents concerning new furniture for the reopeining.

1997
II.B.148 "Fitzmaurice: Fitz & Co."

Correspondence and other documents concerning the servies of an outside public relations company.

1997
II.B.149 "Fitzmaurice: Fitz & Co."

Correspondence and other documents concerning the servies of an outside public relations company.

1997
II.B.150 "Frederick Fisher & Partners, Architects"

Correspondence and other documents concerning press of the architects and reopening-related matters.

1997
II.B.151 "Images of P.S. 1"

Transparency and contact prints of a new elevated view of the building.

1997
II.B.152 "Alanna Heiss Interview Transcript"

Transcript of a fall 1997 interview with Heiss, by an unnamed interviewer, likely conducted by the public relations company Fitz And Co.

1997
II.B.153 "Internet Project/Education"

Memos, correspondence, and other documents about installing internet connections at P.S. 1 and setting up a web site.

1997
II.B.154 "Route 66: New Contemporary Art"

Project description and grant application drafts for an unrealized exhibition.

1997
II.B.155 "National Costume Exhibit"

Materials for an unrealized exhibit titled Cultural Alterations: National Costumes in the New World Order.

1997
II.B.156 Reopening: "V.I.P. Dinner 10/14"

Planning materials for the reopening "Hardhat Dinner."

1997
II.B.157 Reopening: "Slide List Photo Reproduction Contact"

Lists of slides of the reopening available for public relations.

1997
II.B.158 Reopening: Michael Moran

Correspondence with a contract photographer.

1997
II.B.159 Reopening: "Thundergulch"

Materials pertaining to a presentation given on P.S. 1.

1997
II.B.160 Reopening: "October 24 Press Event"

Correspondence and documents related to the October 24th press preview and press conference for the reopening.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): General Exhibition Documentation

1997
II.B.161 Reopening: David Prendergast

Two pieces of correspondence with the project architect of the renovation.

1997
II.B.162 Reopening: "Miscellaneous" Correspondence and Notes 1997
II.B.163 Reopening: Supplies

Small amount of documents on suplies and P.S. 1 branded materials. Also includes postcard of the P.S. 1 reopening with notes indicating the placement of the ribbon for the opening ceremony.

1997
II.B.164 Reopening: "Music"

Notes and correspondence relating to live performances at the reopening.

1997
II.B.165 Reopening: "Volunteers"

Lists of volunteers for work during the reopening; with community contacts and correspondence.

1997
II.B.166 Reopening: "Donations"

Materials detailing the donation of beverages and other items for the reopening celebration.

1997
II.B.167 Reopening: "Opening Press Coverage"

Upcoming press coverage list with early press clippings.

1997
II.B.168 Reopening: Antonio Muntadas

Description of the restaging of the artist's 1976/1977 artwork Yesterday/Today/Tomorrow.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): General Exhibition Documentation

1997
II.B.169 Reopening: Press Coverage Binder

Unbound collection of press highlights.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): News Clippings

1997
II.B.170 Reopening: Installation Documents

Spreadsheet of locations of artists' works within the building and their installation sequence.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): General Exhibition Documentation

1997
II.B.171 Reopening: John Coplans

Background and press materials on the artist.

John Coplans: A Self-Portrait (October 29, 1997-March 29, 1998): Checklist; Art and Event Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

1997
II.B.172 Reopening: "P.S. 1 Press Quotes"

List of choice quotes regarding the reopening and list of press appearances.

1997
II.B.173 "Slide Project"

Assorted slide labels from various exhibions.

1998
II.B.174 Mario Mertz

Various background materials on the artist from a European gallery.

Mario Merz: L'Horizon de Lumière Traverse Notre Vertical du Jour (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.B.175 Edge of Awareness

Correspondence, memos, and other materials, particularly concerning events surrounding the exhibition.

The Edge of Awareness (September 13-October 18, 1998): General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.B.176 Yoshie Ueki

Late Blooming (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; Loan Forms and Condition Reports; General Exhibition Documentation

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1998
II.B.177 "Robert Wogan P.S. 1 Exterior Lighting Proposal"

Undated proposal for illuminationg the P.S. 1 façade.

undated
II.B.178 "Andrea Zittel Project"

Response letters from participants who accepted an invitation to walk around P.S. 1's galleries in an outfit designed by Zittel.

1998
II.B.179 "International Art and Architecture"

Undated press contact lists.

circa 1998
II.B.180 Press Contact Lists circa 1998
II.B.181 Joachim Kaester

News clippings and biographical material on the artist who appeared in Greater New York and Heaven: Private View.

1998-1999
II.B.182 Denise Green

Correspondence and press material.

Denise Green: Resonating (April 18-June 6, 1999): Checklist; News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

1998-1999
II.B.183 Min Tanaka

Correspondence and press-related texts.

Min Tanaka (January 10-January 11, 1998): Press Release

1998
II.B.184 "On Site-Income"

Chart of income from catalogues, memberships and admissions over a three month period beginning with the reopening.

1998
II.B.185 Shane Cullen and Philip Napier Panel

Press materials on the event held in conjunction with 0044.

Conversations on Contemporary Art & Politics (February 15-February 28, 1998): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.B.186 "Publications Dept."

One piece of correspondence only from Carole Kismaric.

2/2/1998
II.B.187 "Photography/Film Shoots" Agreement Form

Blank contract for on-site shoots.

circa 1998
II.B.188 "Project Press Lists"

Press contact lists.

undated
II.B.189 "Special Events"

Various special event planning materials including correspondence and documents relating to Richard Bellamy's memorial

1998
II.B.190 "Small Labels"

Notes and wall labels for Deep Storage.

Deep Storage (July 5-August 30, 1998): General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.B.191 "Studio Program"

Press kit materials regarding the 1998 studio program.

Wish You Luck: National and International Studio Program Exhibition (March 15-April 19, 1998): Press Release

1998
II.B.192 "Summer Brochure"

Includes press releases, news clippings, layouts, paste-ups and drafts of materials.

1998
II.B.193 "Summer Program Marketing"

Correspondence, notes, drafts and other material.

Spring, 1998
II.B.194 "Music Press Contacts"

List of press contacts.

undated
II.B.195 Alex Katz

News clippings, with some artwork transparencies.

Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995 (April 26-June 21, 1998): News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1998
II.B.196 Gordon Matta-Clark

Includes large amount of catalogue text and other articles.

Gordon Matta-Clark: Reorganizing Structure by Drawing Through It (April 26-August 30, 1998): General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.B.197 Gelatin

Includes photograph of work during installation with Gelatin's description of their project.

YAP (1998): Percutaneous Delights (July 5-August 30, 1998): Art and Event Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.B.198 Undated Press Contact Lists and Phone Contacts Log

Includes spiral binder of press inquiries.

1998
II.B.199 "Film Flyers"

Film press contact lists and information.

Short Cuts (July 22-July 24, 1998): Press Release

1998
II.B.200 Deep Storage

Various press materials with curatorial statement and exhibition descriptions.

Deep Storage (July 5-August 30, 1998): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.B.201 Jean-Michel Othoniel

Press release and background material on the artist.

Le Grand Collier by Jean-Michel Othoniel (July 5-August 30, 1998): Press Release

1998
II.B.202 "Warm Up DJ Lineup"

Scheduling documents and information on performers.

Warm Up (1998) (July 5-August 30, 1998): General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.B.203 John Miller

Includes draft checklist, correspondence, and background material on the artist.

John Miller: Paintings and Sculpture (July 5-October 18, 1998): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.B.204 "Press Luncheon"

Materials related to a late summer press function.

1998
II.B.205 "1998 Lists"

Press contact lists.

8/12/1998
II.B.206 "Guidelines for Cross Channel PSA Placements"

Information regarding television advertising.

8/20/1998
II.B.207 "Opening 9/13"

Memos and documents organizing the Fall opening reception.

1998
II.B.208 "Listings"

Cover sheets and press releases for listing updates.

The Edge of Awareness (September 13-October 18, 1998): Art and Event Photographs
Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998-January 3, 1999): Art and Event Photographs

1998-1999
II.B.209 "Listings"

Cover sheets and press releases for listing updates.

1998-1999
II.B.210 Inside Out

Includes checklist of works and their installation locations for the portion of the exhibition at the Asia Society; text of the introductory wall panel at both P.S. 1 and the Asia Society, and the text of the wall labels for works at the Asia Society.

Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998-January 3, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

1998-1999
II.B.211 Inside Out

Correspondence, and other material, much concerning the Asia Society.

Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998-January 3, 1999): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1998-1999
II.B.212 "Proposals/Pending Show"

A few miscellaneous documents only.

1998
II.B.213 Fax Cover Letters and Address Lists of Press Contacts 1998
II.B.214 "Cities on the Move: Film, Video, Photo Organizations"

Copies of press releases sent to press outlets.

Cities on the Move 3 (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): Press Release

1998
II.B.215 "VIP"

Press contacts, cover sheets, and invitation to fall openings.

1998
II.B.216 "Photo-Op Materials"

Press lists and press release for a fall 1998 opening "photo opportunity."

1998
II.B.217 Cities on the Move

Correspondence, artist lists, press and other materials.

Cities on the Move 3 (October 18, 1998-January 17, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.B.218 "MoMA Lunch"

Menus and other planning documents from a November lunch for MoMA's International Council.

1998
II.B.219 0044: Contemporary Arts in Britain

Includes correspondence, extensive materials from participating galleries, and records of other coordinated exhibitions.

0044: Contemporary Irish Art in Britain (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; Press Release; News Clippings; General Exhibition Documentation

1998-1999
II.B.220 Children of Berlin

Includes correspondence, exhibition descriptions and draft press texts.

Children of Berlin: Cultural Developments 1989-1999 (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

1998-1999
II.B.221 Jersey City Museum Juan Sánchez Exhibition Catalogue

Juan Sánchez: "Ricanstructions: Paintings of the 90s" (December 19, 1999-February 13, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.B.222 Miscellaneous Around 1984 Materials

Promotional materials for the exhibition; and possibly unrelated lists of artists and contact information and artists slides and submissions.

Around 1984: A Look at Art in the Eighties (May 21-September 30, 2000): Press Release

circa 1998-2000
II.B.223 "Parasite"

List of members.

1998
II.B.224 "Where's the Plaza in Queens Plaza? Queens Plaza Pedestrian Improvement Study"

Photocopy of preliminary draft.

1/30/1998
II.B.225 "2x4 (Design Firm) Templates, Etc."

Materials related to letterhead templates.

June, 1998
II.B.226 "Cultural Packages/Corporations"

Small amount of documentation on cultural beneifts packages in which P.S. 1 was invited to participate.

1998
II.B.227 "Done"

Various outgoing correspondence records and notes.

1998
II.B.228 "Summer Press"

Records of outgoing correspondence and contact lists.

1998
II.B.229 "Upcoming Events"

Received material of other institutions' event and exhibition schedules.

1998
II.B.230 "PR General"

Partial press kit.

1998
II.B.231 "Lunches"

Undated list of invitees to a press luncheon.

1998
II.B.232 "Francesca Il Tarsa"

Sent and received correspondence among the press office, P.S. 1 staff, and other individuals.

1998
II.B.233 "Alanna/Josette"

Correspondence and transcripts of an interview with Alanna Heiss for the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation.

1998
II.B.234 "Phaedon Press/Mailing List Sale" 9/21/1998
II.B.235 "Brochure/General Promotions"

Brochure printing information.

10/7/1998
II.B.236 "Museums Council NY"

Informational packet on the council and and invitation to P.S. 1 to join.

November, 1998
II.B.237 "Board Information 2"

Annotated list of board members and significant patrons

circa 1998
II.B.238 "New York Convention and Visitor's Bureau"

Received promotional materials.

undated
II.B.239 "Queens West Development"

One draft of outgoing correspondence outlining fall opening day schedule.

1998
II.B.240 "Checklists"

Standard exhibition "to do" lists for the press office.

undated
II.B.241 "Website Stuff"

Various documents and notes on website creation and maintenance.

1998
II.B.242 "Floor Plan/Fall Announcements"

Layouts and designs for floor plans, brochures, and other schedules of the fall, 1998 and spring, 1999 exhibitions.

1998
II.B.243 "Klaus B."

Correspondence regarding an interview with Klaus Biesenbach.

1998
II.B.244 "Cultural Institutions Group"

Information on the association and its members.

1998
II.B.245 "Cultural Institution Group City Signage Report"

Report on signage around the city for locating cultural institutions.

1998
II.B.246 "Exhibition Space Allocation"

Square footage of individual gallery spaces.

1998
II.B.247 "Budget"

Fiscal year 1999 budget summary with 1998 revenue breakdowns.

1998-1999
II.B.248 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated pages of 1971-1975 exhibition history with notes and an itemized list of exhibitions and events from January to March, 1978

circa 1998
II.B.249 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

News clippings and press releases of 1972-1975 exhibitions and activities, including 1972 articles on Workspace and 10 Bleecker Street, and the occupation of the 80th precinct police station.

Artists Occupy Police Headquarters...By Request of Police (December 16, 1972): Checklist; Press Release

circa 1998
II.B.250 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Press releases and news clippings for numerous exhibitions from 1975-1976 as well as articles on alternative spaces through the early 1980s; includes two-page "Footnotes for 25 Windows," text descriptions of Lynn Hershman's Bonwit Teller installation.

Lynn Hershman: 25 Windows, a Portrait/Project for Bonwit Teller (October 28-November 2, 1976): General Exhibition Documentation

circa 1998
II.B.251 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Small amount of news clippings from 1977-1979 with two posters for separate performances by Min Tanaka.

Min Tanaka: Hyperdance-Drive Series (November 24-November 26, 1978): Printed Ephemera
Min Tanaka in NYC (November 4, 1979): Printed Ephemera

circa 1998
II.B.252 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated pages of 1977-1979 exhibition history with notes.

circa 1998
II.B.253 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1981-1982 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.254 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1982-1983 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.255 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1982-1983 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.256 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1982-1983 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.257 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

News clippings for 1982-1983 exhibitions; fall 1982 seasonal press release; curatorial statement for All God's Creatures, an artist's statement for Nina Yankowitz's sound work, and script for the performance Webelos.

Performance (Fall 1982): Andy Rees: "Webelos" (October 17, 1982): General Exhibition Documentation
Photography (Fall 1982): All God's Creatures (October 17-December 12, 1982): General Exhibition Documentation
Sound (Fall 1982): "Hell's Breath" by Nina Yankowitz (October 17-December 12, 1982): General Exhibition Documentation

circa 1998
II.B.258 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1983-1984 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.259 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1983-1984 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.260 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1984 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.261 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1985 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.262 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1985 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.263 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files: Arte Povera Reviews

The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): News Clippings

circa 1998
II.B.264 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1986 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings. Includes postcard for the Jean Gallagher special project.

Special Projects (Spring 1986) (April 13-June 15, 1986): Printed Ephemera

circa 1998
II.B.265 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1986 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.266 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1987 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.267 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1987-1988 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.268 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1988 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.269 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Heavily annotated page of 1988-1989 exhibition history with associated press releases and news clippings.

circa 1998
II.B.270 Timeline Exhibition History Work Files

Press releases and news clippings from 1988-1989 exhibitions.

circa 1998
II.B.271 Press Releases and Excerpts from the "National Directory of Corporate Giving" 1999
II.B.272 Bernard Goodman

Information on the folk artist using Clocktower studio pace.

1999
II.B.273 General Press Packet circa 1999
II.B.274 "Big Summer Release 1999"

Correspondence and other materials on the summer opening and exhibitions.

1999
II.B.275 "Writing Samples/Examples"

One news clipping on Generation Z.

undated
II.B.276 "MoMA Publication Correspondence"

Small amount of press material on MoMA.

1999-2000
II.B.277 "Advance Fall Schedule"

Drafts and revisions of seasonal press releases.

1999
II.B.278 Stephen Antonakos

Press release text, artwork images, and artist's statement.

Stephen Antonakos (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.279 Gino De Dominicis

Draft press texts and notes.

The Game Room: A Tribute to Gino De Dominicis (February 7-June 20, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.B.280 Hotel New York

Flyers for the project, "Hotel New York" produced by studio program member Jeanne van Heeswijk.

Hotel New York (December 15, 1999-February 25, 2001): Printed Ephemera

1999
II.B.281 Primarily Structural

Press release, correspondence, and other materials.

Primarily Structural: Minimalist and Post-Minimalist Works on Paper (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.B.282 "Studio Artist Materials"

Press correspondence, artist information, and other materials.

1999: P.S.1 Studio Program Exhibition (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.B.283 "Studio Artist Materials: Clocktower 1999 Checklist and Artist Biographies"

Checklist, artist information, and summer press relealses.

1999: P.S.1 Studio Program Exhibition (February 7-April 3, 1999): Checklist

1999
II.B.284 Criss Cross: Some Young New Yorkers

Criss Cross: Some Young New Yorkers III (February 7-April 3, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.B.285 "Standard and Poor"

Information sheets on the artists Dominic McGill and David Henry.

undated
II.B.286 Body Works Artists Biographies

Body Works (February 7-April 3, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.287 Ronald Bladen

Notes, press correspondence, past news clippings and other texts on the artist.

Ronald Bladen: Selected Works (February 7-May 30, 1999): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.288 Ronald Bladen

Ronald Bladen: Selected Works (February 7-May 30, 1999): Installation Photographs; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.B.289 Ronald Bladen Wall Labels

Ronald Bladen: Selected Works (February 7-May 30, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.290 "Ostrow/Butler"

Includes texts of Rumi's poetry, with notes and correspondence.

Deborah Ostrow: Performance of Rumi Poetry (February 8, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.291 "Spencer and Worth Printing"

Layouts and proofs of late summer and fall brochures.

1999
II.B.292 "Performance"

Press release of Low Flame and schedule of performances for Star Search.

Star Search (April 18-May 2, 1999): Press Release
Low-Flame (May 8-June 6, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.B.293 "Star Search"

Notes, clippings, handbills, and other items.

Star Search (April 18-May 2, 1999): Printed Ephemera; General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.294 100 Drawings

Includes draft checklist and press release with notes, installation sketches, and other items.

100 Drawings (April 18-June 6, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.295 "MoMA Magazine"

Includes draft of article on the merger with MoMA and draft and amended transcripts of an interview with Alanna Heiss and Glenn Lowry published in the magazine.

May, 1999
II.B.296 Low Flame

Low-Flame (May 8-June 6, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.B.297 Low Flame Information Sheets

From the artists.

Low-Flame (May 8-June 6, 1999): Press Release

1999
II.B.298 Film Stills of Alan Berliner

Small group of photographs of works by Berliner, perhaps related to his participation in the summer cinema program.

Outdoor Cinema Series (Summer 1999) (July 15-July 29, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.299 "Comptrollers Office Report"

Report from the city on financial oversight of P.S. 1. Folder also includes edits of basic press packet and documents of summer events and exhibitions.

1999
II.B.300 On Your Own Time

On Your Own Time (October 10, 1999-January 16, 2000): Checklist; Press Release

1999
II.B.301 On Your Own Time

Drafts of press release, wall texts, and artist biographical statements.

On Your Own Time (October 10, 1999-January 16, 2000): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.302 Donald Sultan

CV and other materials on the painter.

1999
II.B.303 Stephen Hendee

One piece of correspondence containing a short artist's statement.

Generation Z (April 18-June 6, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

6/17/1999
II.B.304 David Reed

Includes background material on the artist, press photos and correspondence.

David Reed Paintings: Motion Pictures (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.B.305 Anna Opperman

Includes texts by an about the artist.

Anna Oppermann: Being Different (Why is She So Different?) 1970-1986 (1999) (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.306 Robert Ressler

Artist's statement and artwork details.

Public Space…Private Thoughts, Private Space…Public Thoughts (June 20-August 29, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.307 Franky Kong

Drawing On (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.B.308 Philip Johnson

Includes correspondence and FAQs on Johnson and the Pavilion's relationship to the merger with MoMA.

YAP (1999): Philip Johnson: Dance Pavilion (June 20-August 30, 1999): Press Release; Printed Ephemera; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.B.309 Animal.Anima.Animus

Includes numerous clippings from the Dutch and Finnish installations of the exhibition, with correspondence and draft press releases.

Animal.Anima.Animus (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.B.310 Summer Checklists

David Reed Paintings: Motion Pictures (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist
John Tweddle: In Memory of Robert C. Scull (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist
Philippe Starck: Furniture and Objects (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist

1999
II.B.311 Philippe Starck

Press corespondence and other materials.

Philippe Starck: Furniture and Objects (June 20-August 29, 1999): Checklist; Press Release

1999
II.B.312 "Fuck the Police/Tara De Long"

Correspondence and material relating to a cancellation of a Warm Up DJ performance.

Warm Up (1999) (June 20-September 11, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.313 "Ocularis/Film 99"

Materials on the summer film series.

Dive-In Movies: Flix from the Great B-yond (August 17-August 24, 2000): Press Release

1999
II.B.314 Claude Lévêque

Biographical and other material on the artist; with older installation photographs and images from other institutions. Also includes one Zip disk of unknown contents.

The Winter of Love (L'Hiver de l'Amour) (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Installation Photographs
Stigmata (June 20-August 29, 1999): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.B.315 Art & Language

Includes press correspondence and drafts of press release and other texts.

The Artist Out of Work: Art & Language 1972-1981 (September 12-December 12, 1999): Press Release; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.B.316 Art & Language

Notes and other documents.

The Artist Out of Work: Art & Language 1972-1981 (September 12-December 12, 1999): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1999
II.B.317 "Special Projects"

Three short documents on the artists and works.

Special Projects (Fall 1999) (October 10-November 30, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.318 Sol LeWitt

Includes drafts of biographical material and drafts and final checklist.

Sol LeWitt: Concrete Block (October 10, 1999-January 2, 2000): Checklist; General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.319 Sol LeWitt

Press release only.

Sol LeWitt: Concrete Block (October 10, 1999-January 2, 2000): Press Release

1999
II.B.320 Minimalia

Includes numerous drafts and final checklist, press release, and brochures, with some other materials.

Minimalia: An Italian Vision in 20th Century Art (October 10, 1999-January 9, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1999
II.B.321 The Promise of Photography

The Promise of Photograhy: Selections from the DG Bank Collection (September 12-October 24, 1999): Press Release; Printed Ephemera

1999
II.B.322 Rudy Burckhardt

Drafts of wall text.

Rudy Burckhardt: A View from Astoria (October 10, 1999-January 16, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.B.323 Rudy Burckhardt

Rudy Burckhardt: A View from Astoria (October 10, 1999-January 16, 2000): Checklist; Press Release

1999
II.B.324 Min Tanaka

Press release drafts and correspondence.

Min Tanaka: "Subject: Heuristic Ecdysis" (December 5-December 19, 1999): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.B.325 0-9

0 to 9: Artists Born in the 1990s (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): Press Release

1999
II.B.326 Juan Sánchez

Includes press correspondence and drafts of publicity material.

Juan Sánchez: "Ricanstructions: Paintings of the 90s" (December 19, 1999-February 13, 2000): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs

1999
II.B.327 "Children of Berlin Press Conference Photographs"

Informal staff snapshots.

1999
II.B.328 Children of Berlin

Children of Berlin: Cultural Developments 1989-1999 (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; News Clippings

1999
II.B.329 Children of Berlin

Press expense documents, notes, and correspondence.

1999
II.B.330 Installation Views of Artworks by Carsten Höller.

CD-R.

1999
II.B.331 "Agnes Gund Artist Party"

Event planning documents.

1999
II.B.332 "Agnes Gund Artist Party"

Event planning documents.

1999
II.B.333 New York Convention and Visitor's Bureau Press Packet 1999
II.B.334 "Mystery File of Important Things"

Correspondence, press releases, and other materials relating to fall exhibitions.

1999
II.B.335 Warm and Fuzzy

Includes budget and planning overview of education programs from 2000-2002.

Almost Warm & Fuzzy: Childhood and Contemporary Art (February 4-April 8, 2001): Checklist; Press Release

2000-2001
II.B.336 "Press Correspondence: Kyoko Lerner"

One piece of correspondence concerning the painter Henry Darger and the possibility of relocating his room to P.S. 1.

1/16/1999
II.B.337 "Press Correspondence: John Wesley"

Past exhibition catalogues and biographical material.

John Wesley: Paintings 1961-2000 (September 17, 2000-January 14, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

1990-2000
II.B.338 "Press Correspondence: John Wesley"

Press clippings of previous exhibitions with draft press releases.

John Wesley: Paintings 1961-2000 (September 17, 2000-January 14, 2001): Checklist; Press Release

1999-2000
II.B.339 "Press Correspondence: Special Projects"

Drafts of press releases and one artist's statement.

Special Projects (Winter 1999-2000) (December 1, 1999-February 27, 2000): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

1999-2000
II.B.340 "Press Correspondence: YAP SHoP"

Includes some early correspondence regarding the inauguration of the competition; drafts of press releases, and contest entry images from SHoP.

YAP (2000): "Dunescape" by SHoP (July 2-September 2, 2000): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs

1999-2000
II.B.341 "Press Correspondence: General P.S. 1 Inquiries"

Miscellaneous sent and received correspondence.

1999-2000
II.B.342 Miscellaneous Brochures

Small amount of internal and external material.

circa 2000
II.B.343 Greater New York

Press correspondence and other materials.

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera

2000
II.B.344 Greater New York

Press correspondence and other materials.

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera

2000
II.B.345 Greater New York

Press correspondence and other materials.

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; Printed Ephemera

2000
II.B.346 "Merger Release Information"

Includes correspondence and draft versions of the press release announcing the merger of MoMA and P.S. 1, as well as a draft of the "operating principles of the merger."

Entire folder restricted.

2000
II.B.347 Greater New York Artist and Artwork Lists

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.B.348 "April 30th"

Various correspondence and materials related to the April 30th opening of exhibitions.

2000
II.B.349 "Development: General Information Kit-Master" 2000
II.B.350 "Opening Press Sign-In Sheets"

From the fall openings.

2000
II.B.351 Soo-Ja Kim

Includes biographical materials, notes and memos on the exhibition.

Kim Sooja: A Needle Woman (July 1-September 16, 2001): Checklist; General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.B.352 "Press Correspondence": Summer Exhibitions

Correspondence and brochures on summer 2000 exhibitions and events.

2000
II.B.353 "Press Correspondence: Hotel NY"

Various editions of press releases related to the work by studio artist Jeanne van Heeswijk.

Hotel New York (December 15, 1999-February 25, 2001): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.B.354 "Press Correspondence: Warm Up"

Drafts of brochures for summer 2000 exhibitions, some correspondence, and press releases.

2000
II.B.355 "Press Correspondence: Max Neuhaus"

Small amount of background materials.

Max Neuhaus: Drawings (July 2-September 30, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.B.356 "Press Correspondence: Volume: Bed of Sound"

Includes some correspondence and draft press releases.

Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): Press Release

2000
II.B.357 "Press Correspondence: Volume: Bed of Sound"

Includes draft press releases.

Volume: Bed of Sound (July 2-September 30, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.B.358 "Press Correspondence: William Kentridge"

Draft of press releases.

Vertical Painting Series: William Kentridge: Stair Procession (May 21, 2000-[ongoing]): Press Release

2000
II.B.359 "Press Correspondence: Dive-In Movies"

Dive-In Movies: Flix from the Great B-yond (August 17-August 24, 2000): Checklist; Press Release

2000
II.B.360 "Press Correspondence: Around 1984"

Includes exhibibtion descriptions, correspondence, and other items.

Around 1984: A Look at Art in the Eighties (May 21-September 30, 2000): Checklist; Press Release

2000
II.B.361 "Press Correspondence: Special Projects Summer 2000"

Mainly biographical material and contact lists.

Special Projects (Summer 2000) (July 2-September 30, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.B.362 "Press Correspondence: Family Day"

Draft press releases.

A Day at the Beach, A Day for Families (August 13, 2000): Press Release

2000
II.B.363 "Press Correspondence: Min Tanaka"

Background information on the artist.

Min Tanaka: Dreaming Trees - Flying in Nexus (July 7-July 16, 2000): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs

2000
II.B.364 "Press Correspondence: Italian Review of Greater New York"

D'Ars, anno 40, n. 162.

2000
II.B.365 "Press Correspondence: Clockwork 2000"

Clockwork 2000: P.S. 1 National and International Studio Program 1999-2000 (May 11-June 17, 2000): Press Release

2000
II.B.366 "Press Correspondence: Around 1984"

Around 1984: A Look at Art in the Eighties (May 21-September 30, 2000): Checklist; Press Release; Installation Photographs

2000
II.B.367 "Press Correspondence: Elisabetta Benassi"

Includes some correspondence with the artist and film stills from her work.

Special Projects (Fall 2000) (September 1-November 30, 2000): Art and Event Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.B.368 "Press Correspondence: Special Projects"

Includes draft of press release and handwritten descriptions and information on the various projects.

Special Projects (Fall 2000) (September 1-November 30, 2000): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.B.369 "Press Correspondence: Pat Killoran"

Artist CV and slides.

2000
II.B.370 "Press Correspondence: Almost Warm and Fuzzy"

One piece of correspondence and slides.

Almost Warm & Fuzzy: Childhood and Contemporary Art (February 4-April 8, 2001): Press Release

2000
II.B.371 "Press Correspondence: Santiago Sierra"

Draft and final press releases.

Person Remunerated for a Period of 360 Consecutive Hours (September 17-November 30, 2000): Press Release

2000
II.B.372 "Press Correspondence: Takashi Murakami"

Draf press releases and artist CV.

Takashi Murakami: Second Mission Project ko2 (September 17-November 30, 2000): Press Release

2000
II.B.373 "Press Correspondence: Disasters of War"

Press release and postcard proofs.

Disasters of War: Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger, Jake and Dinos Chapman (November 19, 2000-February 25, 2001): Press Release

2000
II.B.374 "Press Correspondence: Luigi Ontani"

Includes some correspondence, photocopies of exhibition images and other artwork lists.

Luigi Ontani: 1969-2001 (March 11-June 6, 2001): Checklist; General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.B.375 "Press Correspondence: Luigi Ontani"

Includes press correspondence and photocopies of exhibition images.

2001
II.B.376 Henry Darger Press Clippings and Research

Includes biography, literature, and press clippings on Henry Darger.

Disasters of War: Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger, Jake and Dinos Chapman (November 19, 2000-February 25, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

1987-1998
II.B.377 Bernhard Martin

Press packet on the artist from Martin's German Gallery.

Bernhard Martin: Kings Corner (March 11-May 6, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.B.378 Atelier van Lieshout

Exhibition history only.

Atelier van Lieshout: Darkroom (March 11-May 31, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.B.379 "Press List Plus Cover Letter/Ontani"

Luigi Ontani: 1969-2001 (March 11-June 6, 2001): Press Release

2001
II.B.380 Los Carpinteros

Two pieces of correspondence.

Los Carpinteros: Ciudad Transportable (Transportable City) (May 20-September 3, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.B.381 "Architects Program"

Information on the YAP finalists.

YAP (2001): subWave by ROY (July 7-September 1, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.B.382 Buzz Club

Buzz Club: News from Japan (July 1-September 30, 2001): Press Release

2001
II.B.383 Gruppo A12

Materials on the Italian showing of Uniform: Order and Disorder and an information sheet on Gruppo

Special Projects (Summer 2001): Gruppo A12: Parole (May 20-September 3, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation
Uniform: Order and Disorder (May 20-September 23, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.B.384 Animations

Includes drafts of press releases; some photographs present are on CD-R.

Animations (October 14, 2001-January 20, 2002): Press Release; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.B.385 "Dance"

Press materials specifically for Jill Sigman's performance in the series.

Summer Dance Warm Up (July 7-September 1, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.B.386 "CB October 14th Materials"

Drafts of press releases for Fall 2001 Openings.

2001
II.B.387 Joe Brainard

Joe Brainard: A Retrospective (September 30-November 25, 2001): Checklist; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.B.388 "Brainard-New York"

Joe Brainard: A Retrospective (September 30-November 25, 2001): Press Release; News Clippings

2001
II.B.389 "Deacon/Image"

Photocopies of artwork.

Richard Deacon: Recent Work (October 14, 2001-January 31, 2002): General Exhibition Documentation

ca. 2001
II.B.390 Kenny Scharf

Kenny Scharf (October 14, 2001-January 13, 2002): Press Release; News Clippings; Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.B.391 David Remfry and Jessica Craig-Martin

CVs and other materials from the artists' galleries.

David Remfry (October 14, 2001-January 20, 2002): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation
Jessica Craig-Martin (October 14, 2001-January 20, 2002): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.B.392 Richard Deacon

Includes correspondence and drafts of wall text and press releases.

Richard Deacon: Recent Work (October 14, 2001-January 31, 2002): Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.B.393 Janet Cardiff

Includes provisional checklist.

Janet Cardiff: A Survey of Works, Including Collaborations with George Bures Miller (October 14, 2001-January 31, 2002): Checklist; News Clippings

2001
II.B.394 "Short Century: Education Packet Sample"

Press release, provisional checklist, background articles, and other secondary materials.

The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): Checklist; Press Release; General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.B.395 Loop

Press clippings, mostly from the exhibition's German appearance, and other secondary materials.

Loop (December 9, 2001-January 27, 2002): News Clippings

2001
II.B.396 "Ashkan Sahihi"

CV, and press clippings on artists from the Andrea Rosen Gallery, with notes.

2001
 

Subseries II.C: Audio and Video Recordings and Digital Files (1978–2005)

Scope and Content

Subseries II.C is a set of audio and video recordings. Some may have been produced by PS1, perhaps for press distribution, but most are received copies of news reports or other similar publicity about the institution.

Arrangement

The files have been arranged in chronological order by date of creation.

Restrictions on Access

All U-matic cassettes are closed to researchers due to their age and fragility. Other items may not be playable because of the lack of playback equipment (Hi8 cassettes for instance.)

Folder Title Date
II.C.1 "Skyline: Art in the 70s-The Clocktower and P.S. 1" WNET Documentary

CD. A half-hour episode of the New York City public television arts program "Skyline" about the I.A.U.R. The show was written and narrated by critic Barbara Rose and features interviews with Alanna Heiss, trustee Brendan Gill, various artists and studio program participants, and contains scenes of exhibitions and openings.

This recording was not found among the records of MoMA PS1 but was procured from WNET for inclusion in this collection.

1978
II.C.2 "New York/New Wave at P.S. 1: The Armory Show of the 80s" by Inner-Tube Video

VHS cassette. Twenty-eight minute documentary on the exhibition including installation views and an interview with curator Diego Cortez.

New York/New Wave (February 15-April 5, 1981): General Exhibition Documentation

1981
II.C.3 Quartetto Exhibition Video

U-matic Cassette. Promotional video for the Venice exhibition Quartetto: Joseph Beuys, Enzo Cucchi, Luciano Fabro, Bruce Nauman co-curated by Alanna Heiss.

1984
II.C.4 "Mole Antonelliana: An Exhibition Center"

U-matic Cassette. Short documentary about the conversion of the historic building in Turin, Italy into an arts center.

1985
II.C.5 "PVE/NHK 'What's Up in New York?'"

VHS cassette.

5/25/1991
II.C.6 "Alana Heiss: Monologue" by Narmine Sadeg

VHS cassette. Recorded monologue by Alana Heiss reflecting on her process of creating exhibitions with some historical discussion.

5/11/1993
II.C.7 Documentary on Colette

VHS cassette. "Tape No. 38 Colette-The Artist," one of the series "Art/New York" produced by Inner Tube Video.

1993
II.C.8 "The P.S. 1 Museum"

VHS cassette. "Producers: Alex W., Taborga C., Richard Rodriguez, Stephen Chang, Farhun Ahmed, Fall 1996"; meditative scenes of galleries, hallways, and other spaces and architectural details of the P.S. 1 building.

1996
II.C.9 "P.S. 1 Reopening; Installation, Schnabel, Reed, Chen, etc. September 1997"

Hi8 Video Cassette. Cassette labeled "Schnabel, Reed, Chen, Muntadas, Artschwager, Mullican, Blocher, Fisher, Alanna, Nari, Melon, Eleanor"

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): General Exhibition Documentation

1997
II.C.10 "Panel Discussion: Contemporary Art and Politics"

Hi8 Video Cassette. Includes Leon Golub, Michael Clegg, Gerard Byrne, Mark Orange, Claudia Hart and Nancy Hwang.

2/28/1998
II.C.11 "Weekend Joy: New York Report"

Two VHS cassettes.

Warm Up (1998) (July 5-August 30, 1998): News Clippings

8/8/1998
II.C.12 "MSG Metro Channels: Inside Out: New Chinese Art"

VHS cassette.

Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998-January 3, 1999): News Clippings

1998
II.C.13 "MSG Metro Channels: P.S. 1 New Chinese Art"

VHS cassette.

Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998-January 3, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

1998
II.C.14 Channel 13/WNET Feature on Chinese Art

VHS cassette.

Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998-January 3, 1999): News Clippings

10/16/1998
II.C.15 "Bildjournaler (Denmark) Segment on P.S. 1/Interview with Celeste Bousier/Mougenot"

VHS cassette.

1999
II.C.16 "Villes New York" Video Recording

VHS cassette. Video on artists living in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, including some material on P.S. 1 and the exhibition Hotel New York.

Hotel New York (December 15, 1999-February 25, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

1999
II.C.17 "Philip Johnson/DJ Booth opening at P.S. 1 (Videographer Roberto Guerra)"

VHS cassette.

YAP (1999): Philip Johnson: Dance Pavilion (June 20-August 30, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation
Warm Up (1999) (June 20-September 11, 1999): General Exhibition Documentation

6/20/1999
II.C.18 "Opening"

MP 120 8mm Video Cassette.

6/20/1999
II.C.19 "Small News and Big News #6 - NY Unique Art News"

VHS cassette.

circa 2000
II.C.20 "Warm Up (1) #1 29820"

Hi8 Video Cassette.

undated
II.C.21 "MuchMusic (Toronto, Canada) The New Music"

VHS cassette.

undated
II.C.22 "NYC TV Episode #3.4: Along the G-Train"

VHS cassette.

undated
II.C.23 "Seung-Young Kim; P.S. 1 Report Exhibition"

VHS cassette.

Clockwork 2000: P.S. 1 National and International Studio Program 1999-2000 (May 11-June 17, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.C.24 "P.S. 1 Warm Up"

Three VHS cassettes.

Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.C.25 "Warm Up 2000 Digital 8 Master"

Hi8 Video Cassette.

Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.C.26 "Warm Up 2000"

VHS cassette. News feature on Warm Up including some interviews with participants.

Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

2000
II.C.27 "Weekend Joy: New York Report"

Two VHS cassettes.

Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): News Clippings

7/28/2000
II.C.28 "New York One"

VHS cassette.

Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): News Clippings

7/31/2000
II.C.29 "P.S. 1 Photographs"

CD-R. Photographs of Georges Adéagbo installing artwork; photographs of the installation in progress and artworks of Disasters of War, and John Wesley artwork images.

John Wesley: Paintings 1961-2000 (September 17, 2000-January 14, 2001): Art and Event Photographs
Disasters of War: Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger, Jake and Dinos Chapman (November 19, 2000-February 25, 2001): Press Release; Installation Photographs
Georges Adéagbo: Abraham - L'ami de Dieu (November 19, 2000-May 6, 2001): Installation Photographs

2000-2001
II.C.30 "Channel 2 News at Five WCBS-TV (CBS) New York"

VHS cassette.

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): Checklist

7/5/2001
II.C.31 "P.S. 1 Summer Warm Up"

VHS cassette.

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.C.32 "Warm Up (Edited)"

VHS cassette.

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.C.33 "Warm Up (P.S. 1's Videography)"

VHS cassette.

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.C.34 "Art of Cool: subWave/Lindy Roy Segment - CBS 2"

VHS cassette.

YAP (2001): subWave by ROY (July 7-September 1, 2001): News Clippings

2001
II.C.35 Warm Up Video Recording

VHS cassette.

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

2001
II.C.36 subWave Design Images

Four CD-Rs of design images of the project by ROY.

YAP (2001): subWave by ROY (July 7-September 1, 2001): Art and Event Photographs

2001
II.C.37 "P.S. 1 Warm Up Raw Footage 8/28, 9/1"

VHS cassette. Title is taken from case, cassette is marked "Ontani, Ganesham USA."

Warm Up (2001) (July 7-September 1, 2001): General Exhibition Documentation

circa 2001
II.C.38 "P.S. 1 Warm Up (Charlie Rose Edit)"

VHS cassette.

Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): General Exhibition Documentation

2002
II.C.39 "Warm Up 2002 Charlie Rose Edit"

MiniDV Cassette.

Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): General Exhibition Documentation

2002
II.C.40 "P.S. 1 Warm Up Reference Edit #1"

VHS cassette.

Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): General Exhibition Documentation

2002
II.C.41 "Warm Up 7/13, 7/20"

VHS cassette.

Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): General Exhibition Documentation

2002
II.C.42 "Warm Up 7/27, 8/3"

VHS cassette.

Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): General Exhibition Documentation

2002
II.C.43 "P.S. 1 Warm Up 8/10, 8/17"

VHS cassette.

Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): General Exhibition Documentation

2002
II.C.44 "P.S. 1 Warm Up 8/24, 8/31"

VHS cassette.

Warm Up (2002) (July 6-August 31, 2002): General Exhibition Documentation

2002
II.C.45 "New York Style P.S. 1"

VHS cassette.

circa 2003
II.C.46 "NTV (Japanese Language/New York Market) Segment on First Steps"

VHS cassette.

First Steps: Emerging Artists from Japan (February 16-April 27, 2003): News Clippings

2003
II.C.47 "First Steps; TV Tokyo"

VHS cassette.

First Steps: Emerging Artists from Japan (February 16-April 27, 2003): News Clippings

2003
II.C.48 "Mezamashi TV 'Oh My New York'; Fuji TV Network"

VHS cassette. Likely concerning the exhibition First Steps.

First Steps: Emerging Artists from Japan (February 16-April 27, 2003): General Exhibition Documentation

2003
II.C.49 "Telediario/The Real Royal Trip; 1. National Story 2. Canary Islands Affiliate Coverage"

VHS cassette.

El real viaje Real/The Real Royal Trip (October 12, 2003-January 5, 2004): News Clippings

10/11/2003
II.C.50 "Inside New York Fashion Week Germany; Interview with Brett [Littmann]"

VHS cassette.

2004
II.C.51 "ABC 7, WPS1/Clocktower Segment"

VHS cassette.

2004
II.C.52 WPS1 Art Radio Sampler CD

Three copies of the CD with thirty-six sound and music tracks.

2004
II.C.53 "WPS1 MoMA/P.S. 1 Summer Celebration"

Four copies of a published CD featuring "selections from the day" of musical acts from July 25th, 2004.

Summer Celebration (July 25, 2004): General Exhibition Documentation

2004
II.C.54 "Fuzion"

VHS cassette.

9/8/2004
II.C.55 "Greater New York 2005 Press Images and Credits"

Four copies of a CD-R of artwork images.

Greater New York 2005 (March 13-September 26, 2005): Art and Event Photographs

2005
II.C.56 Photographs and Flyer of Tour of Isabelle Huppert Exhibition

CD-R. Advertising flyer and snapshots of a private tour of the Huppert exhibition sponsored by the French Institute Alliance Français.

Woman of Many Faces: Isabelle Huppert (October 30-December 5, 2005): Art and Event Photographs

2005
II.C.57 "The Newshour with Jim Lehrer: 'The Art of War', Steve Mumford"

VHS cassette.

11/29/2005
II.C.58 "City Arts Show 406"

VHS cassette.

undated
 

Subseries II.D: Exhibition and Seasonal Posters (1974–2009)

Scope and Content

Subseries II.D is a set of posters produced for exhibitions and other uses. Many exhibition posters were signed and numbered (even if the posters were only offset printed) and apparently sold to raise money. Beginning in the later 1970s PS1 began regularly producing calendar posters that would be mailed out to patrons to advertise the seasonal slate of exhibitions and events.

This collection is incomplete and some posters can be found in press and curatorial files that aren't found in this subseries. Posters of particular significance include Hannah Wilke's poster for the Clocktower exhibition Artists Make Toys (January 1-January 25, 1975,) Lee Krasner's signed and numbered silkscreen poster for A Painting Show (May 2-May 29, 1977,) and the Guerrilla Girls' signed poster for Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney (April 16-May 17, 1987.)

Arrangement

The files have been arranged in chronological order by date of creation.

Folder Title Date
II.D.1* Discussions: Works/Words

Seven 17" x 11" black-and-white exhibition posters.

Discussions: Works/Words (May 11-June 30, 1974): Printed Ephemera

1974
II.D.2* Artists Make Toys

Ten 18" x 26" color exhibition posters.

Artists Make Toys (January 1-January 25, 1975): Printed Ephemera

1975
II.D.3* Douglas Davis

Ten 18" x 12.5" black-and-white exhibition posters.

Veiled Unveiled: An Object (Unveiled) Douglas Davis (May 5-May 17, 1975): Printed Ephemera

1975
II.D.4* Jared Bark

Ten 18" x 14.25" black-and-white exhibition posters.

Jared Bark: "Lights: On/Off" and "The Neutron Readings" (October 10-October 18, 1975): Printed Ephemera

1975
II.D.5* Robert Grosvenor

Ten 18.5" x 23.75" black-and-white exhibition posters.

Robert Grosvenor (February 15-March 6, 1976): Printed Ephemera

1976
II.D.6* Marjorie Strider

Ten 25" x 19" color exhibition posters, nine of which are numbered and signed by the artist.

Marjorie Strider: Tower Project (February 26-March 13, 1976): Printed Ephemera

1976
II.D.7* Rooms

Ten 22.5" x 24.75" black-and-white exhibition posters. Five of the posters are on a heavier, cream-colored paper stock.

Rooms (June 9-June 26, 1976): Printed Ephemera

1976
II.D.8* David Rabinowitch

Ten 22" x 16" black-and-white exhibition posters.

David Rabinowitch (September 16-October 2, 1976): Printed Ephemera

1976
II.D.9* Malcolm Morley

Ten 29" x 23" black-and-white exhibition posters.

Malcolm Morley (October 7-October 30, 1976): Printed Ephemera

1976
II.D.10* Lynn Hershman

Ten 18" x 24" black-and-white exhibition posters.

Lynn Hershman: 25 Windows, a Portrait/Project for Bonwit Teller (October 28-November 2, 1976): Printed Ephemera

1976
II.D.11* Bob Yasuda

Ten 16" x 22" black-and-white exhibition posters.

Bob Yasuda: Installation/Wall Paintings (November 13-December 4, 1976): Printed Ephemera

1976
II.D.12* Subject... to Change

Ten 18" x 12.5" black-and-white exhibition posters.

Subject...to Change (February 24-March 19, 1977): Printed Ephemera

1977
II.D.13* Cristos Gianakos

Four 18.5" x 22" black-and-white exhibition posters for an unidentified special project of uncertain year.

circa 1977
II.D.14* A Painting Show

Ten 39" x 26" color silkscreened exhibition posters by Lee Krasner, of which two are signed and numbered by the artist out of an edition of fifty-eight.

A Painting Show (May 2-May 29, 1977): Printed Ephemera

1977
II.D.15* Alan Scarritt

Ten 12.25" x 18" black-and-white exhibition posters.

Alan Scarritt: "Made in Time" (October 18-November 11, 1979): Printed Ephemera

1978
II.D.16* Seasonal Calendar Posters: Winter 1979-1980

Eight 24" x 18" double-sided color seasonal posters.

1979
II.D.17* Seasonal Calendar Posters: Spring 1980

Ten 24" x 18" double-sided color seasonal posters.

1980
II.D.18* Photo Politic

Ten 16" x 24" black-and-white exhibition posters.

Photo Politic (September 28-November 9, 1980): Printed Ephemera

1980
II.D.19* Postpuritanism: A Sculpture Show

Ten 17" x 11" black-and-white exhibition posters.

Postpuritanism: A Sculpture Show (November 26-December 20, 1980): Printed Ephemera

1980
II.D.20* Seasonal Calendar Posters: Winter 1981

Ten 22" x 34" color seasonal posters.

1981
II.D.21* Seasonal Calendar Posters: Spring 1981

Ten 20.5" x 22" color seasonal posters.

1981
II.D.22* Seasonal Calendar Posters: Fall 1981

Ten 24" x 18" black-and-white seasonal posters.

1981
II.D.23* Seasonal Calendar Posters: Spring 1982

Ten 24" x 18" color seasonal posters.

1982
II.D.24* Seasonal Calendar Posters: Fall 1982

Ten 28" x 21.25" color seasonal posters.

1982
II.D.25* Seasonal Calendar Posters: Winter 1983

Ten 28" x 21.25" color seasonal posters.

1983
II.D.26* Seasonal Calendar Posters: Spring 1983

Four 22" x 28.25" color seasonal posters prominently featuring images of artwork by Keith Sonnier.

1983
II.D.27* Expressions: New Art from Germany

Ten 27.5" x 18.5" color exhibition posters.

Expressions: New Art from Germany (September 25-November 20, 1983): Printed Ephemera

1983
II.D.28* Ed McGowin

Ten 12" x 19" color exhibition posters of McGowin's artwork Ford Inscape for Special Projects (Fall 1983).

Special Projects (Fall 1983) (September 25-November 20, 1983): Printed Ephemera

1983
II.D.29* Seasonal Calendar Posters: Winter 1984

Ten 31" x 22" color seasonal posters.

1984
II.D.30* An Australian Accent

Ten 22.5" x 28.5" color exhibition posters.

An Australian Accent (April 15-June 10, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1984
II.D.31* The New Portrait

Ten 35" x 22.5" black-and-white exhibition posters.

The New Portrait (April 15-June 10, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1984
II.D.32* San Francisco/Science Fiction

Ten 33" x 12.5" black-and-white exhibition posters.

San Francisco/Science Fiction (September 27-October 28, 1984): Printed Ephemera

1984
II.D.33* Seasonal Calendar Posters: Winter 1985

Ten 24" x 24" color seasonal posters.

1985
II.D.34* National and International Studio Program 1984-1985

Ten 20" x 14.5" color exhibition posters.

National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1984-1985 (January 25-March 3, 1985): Printed Ephemera

1985
II.D.35* Fri.Art: Made in Switzerland

Nine 25.25" x 17.75" color exhibition posters.

Fri.Art: Made in Switzerland (April 26-June 2, 1985): Printed Ephemera

1985
II.D.36* Contemporary Costa Rica

Ten 33.75" x 20" double-sided color exhibition posters.

Contemporary Costa Rica (June 13-July 14, 1985): Printed Ephemera

1985
II.D.37* The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1

Ten 33.5" x 23" color exhibition posters.

The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6-December 15, 1985): Printed Ephemera

1985
II.D.38* Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney

Ten 22" x 17" color exhibition posters, including five signed and numbered copies from an edition of fifty.

Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney (April 16-May 17, 1987): Printed Ephemera

1987
II.D.39* Michael Tracy

Ten 30" x 24.5" color exhibition posters.

Michael Tracy: Terminal Privileges/Privilegios Terminales (October 11-December 20, 1987): Printed Ephemera

1987
II.D.40* Here and There: Travels, Part III

Ten 35" x 25" color exhibition posters.

Here and There: Travels, Part III: Travelers at Work (March 23-May 7, 1989): Printed Ephemera

1989
II.D.41* Casinò Fantasma

Six 39.25" x 27" color exhibition posters.

Casinò Fantasma (May 24-July 15, 1990): Printed Ephemera

1990
II.D.42* Dennis Oppenheim

Four 33" x 23.25" color exhibition posters.

Dennis Oppenheim: And the Mind Grew Fingers (December 8, 1991-February 9, 1992): Printed Ephemera

1991
II.D.43* The Winter of Love

Ten 18" x 20" color exhibition posters.

The Winter of Love (L'Hiver de l'Amour) (October 9, 1994-January 8, 1995): Printed Ephemera

1994
II.D.44* Reopening

Ten 23" x 33" color exhibition posters.

P.S. 1 Reopening (October 26, 1997): Printed Ephemera

1997
II.D.45* Alex Katz

One 20" x 16" signed and numbered color poster from an edition of 120, from the Portland Museum of Art exhibition venue.

Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995 (April 26-June 21, 1998): Printed Ephemera

1997
II.D.46* Children of Berlin

Four 36" x 24" color exhibition posters.

Children of Berlin: Cultural Developments 1989-1999 (November 7, 1999-January 2, 2000): Printed Ephemera

1999
II.D.47* Greater New York

Ten 36" x 24" color exhibition posters.

Greater New York (February 27-May 30, 2000): Printed Ephemera

2000
II.D.48* Disasters of War

One 33" x 22" color exhibition poster, mounted on foam core.

Disasters of War: Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger, Jake and Dinos Chapman (November 19, 2000-February 25, 2001): Printed Ephemera

2000
II.D.49* Seasonal Calendar Posters: Summer 2001

Ten 23" x 33" color seasonal posters.

2001
II.D.50* The Short Century

Two color exhibition posters measuring 33" x 22" and 16.5 x 10"; the larger poster is mounted on foam core.

The Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa, 1945-1994 (February 10-May 5, 2002): Printed Ephemera

2003
II.D.51* El real viaje Real/The Real Royal Trip

Four 14" x 10.5" color exhibition posters.

El real viaje Real/The Real Royal Trip (October 12, 2003-January 5, 2004): Printed Ephemera

2003
II.D.52* Greater New York 2005

One 46" x 30" color exhibition poster.

Greater New York 2005 (March 13-September 26, 2005): Printed Ephemera

2005
II.D.53* Clemens von Wedemeyer

Ten 16.5" x 23.5" double-sided color exhibition posters.

Clemens von Wedemeyer (February 26-June 5, 2006): Printed Ephemera

2006
II.D.54* Wolfgang Tillmans

Five 36" x 24" color exhibition posters.

Wolfgang Tillmans: Freedom from the Known (February 26-May 29, 2006): Printed Ephemera

2006
II.D.55* Music is a Better Noise

Ten 24" x 19" blue and gray version silkscreened exhibition posters.

Music is a Better Noise (October 29, 2006-January 29, 2007): Printed Ephemera

2006
II.D.56* Music is a Better Noise

Ten 25" x 19" black-and-white version silkscreened exhibition posters.

Music is a Better Noise (October 29, 2006-January 29, 2007): Printed Ephemera

2006
II.D.57* Warm Up/Oneida Ten Year Anniversary

One 15.5" x 11" color poster for a specific Warm Up performance.

Warm Up (2007) (June 30-September 1, 2007): Printed Ephemera

2007
II.D.58* Warm Up/Oneida Ten Year Anniversary

One 20" x 26" silkscreened poster for a specific Warm Up performance.

Warm Up (2007) (June 30-September 1, 2007): Printed Ephemera

2007
II.D.59* Warm Up

Ten 27" x 19" color event posters.

Warm Up (2008) (July 5-September 6, 2008): Printed Ephemera

2008
II.D.60* Minus Space

Ten 24" x 18" color exhibition posters.

International and National Projects Fall 2008: Robert Boyd, Ana Horvat, Minus Space, and Patrick O'Hare (October 19, 2008-January 26, 2009): Printed Ephemera

2008
II.D.61* Warm Up

One 38" x 25" color event poster.

Warm Up (2009) (July 4-September 12, 2009): Printed Ephemera

2009
II.D.62* Scissor Sisters Record Release

Four 17" x 11" color record release poster measuring likely related to a Warm Up performance.

Warm Up (2005) (July 2-September 3, 2005): General Exhibition Documentation

circa 2005
 

Subseries II.E: Merchandise (circa 2000–2005)

Scope and Content

The final Subseries II.E is a small collection of merchandise produced after 2000. The Young Architects Program (YAP) officially began in 2000, and the ensuing environments designed each year were required to have common features: among them shady seating and wading pools or other water features for cooling thus it is likely that even more merchandise and promotional items were produced that have not been retained in the collection.

Arrangement

Specific dates of production for the summer merchandise are unknown; accordingly, the items are not arranged in a particular order.

Folder Title Date
II.E.1 "Warm Up Admission Tickets"

Pads of printed colored tickets; undated.

2000s
II.E.2 Black Rubber Duck

Three black rubber ducks with P.S. 1 logo, produced for Warm Up.

2000s
II.E.3 Water Bottles

Three Sigg brand aluminum water bottles, printed with the P.S. 1 logo.

2000s
II.E.4 Warm Up Tote Bag

Black nylon mesh tote bag with the P.S. 1 and Warm Up logo printed in white.

Warm Up (2000) (July 1-September 2, 2000): General Exhibition Documentation

2000s
II.E.5 P.S. 1 Soap

Bar of soap in P.S. 1 branded package.

circa 2004
II.E.6 Flip-Flop Sandals

Black rubber footwear, printed with the P.S. 1 logo.

circa 2004
II.E.7 WPS1 T-Shirts

Two t-shirts, one white with black print, the other black with white print, sporting the WPS1.org logo.

circa 2004
II.E.8 WPS1 Ear Bud Headphones

Headphones in branded plastic carrying cases.

circa 2004
II.E.9 Greater New York 2005 Tote Bags

Plastic tote bags printed with the "Greater new York" poster created by Jules de Balincourt.

Greater New York 2005 (March 13-September 26, 2005): General Exhibition Documentation

2005

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Series III: Publications Records (1971-2005)

MoMA PS1's first catalogues date from early in the institution's history. To date MoMA PS1 has published or authored more than 100 catalogues, monographs, sound recordings, and other publications. Subseries III contains those files documenting this publication activity. The main body of records is in Subseries III.A while Subseries III.B contains materials produced and collected for a single unrealized publication, The Artist in Place, intended to document the first five years of the institution. Specific descriptions of those subseries are below. The complete bibliography can be seen here.

 

Subseries III.A: Catalogue, Brochure, and Other Publication Files (1974-2005)

Scope and Content

Publication files include correspondence with contributors, printers and distributors, contracts, essay and text drafts and proofs, photographs, and artist submissions. Most materials pertain to catalogues and other books, some never unpublished, while other materials pertain to the publication of postcards, posters, brochures, and similar ephemera.

Arrangement

Files in this subseries are arranged in rough chronological order by date of related exhibition.

Folder Title Date
III.A.1 Works/Words

Numerous installation photographs of sculptures and performances at the Clocktower; most labeled. Includes prints and contact sheets of Gordon Matta-Clark performing his work Clockshower, possibly in conjunction with the exhibition.

Discussions: Works/Words (May 11-June 30, 1974): Installation Photographs

1974
III.A.2 Artists Make Toys Catalogue Materials

Two covers from the catalogue, loose installation photographs, and ones taped up as for publication.

Artists Make Toys (January 1-January 25, 1975): Installation Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

1975
III.A.3* New Urban Landscapes Catalogue Paste-Ups

The paste-ups may have been created for the unpublished history Placing the Artist.

New Urban Landscapes (October 1, 1975-January 31, 1977): General Exhibition Documentation

1975
III.A.4* Rooms Catalogue Photograph Paste-Up Sheets

Two 49" x 55" and sixteen 47" x 60" sheets of paper with windows cut through and artwork and caption negatives taped into place, for production of the lithographic printing plates for the Rooms catalogue.

File is restricted for conservation reasons.

1976
III.A.5* Stationery Paste-Ups

Paste-ups of photographs used as background in early stationery.

circa 1970s
III.A.6 Miscellaneous Materials

Includes some press releases, Thomas Struth CV on P.S. 1 stationery, and Malcolm Morley brochure with an essay by Lawrence Alloway.

Malcolm Morley (October 7-October 30, 1976): Printed Ephemera
Color as Color and Field (March 27-April 27, 1986): Press Release
Giancarlo Neri: "Still Night" (September 28-October 15, 1989): Press Release; News Clippings

1976-1990
III.A.7 Miscellaneous Materials

Includes postcard of 1984 winter exhibitions, poster for Priscilla Brenda Rose's 1986 special project room, unidentified photocopies of artworks, and a paste-up page of Jasper Halffman's work Manhattan Transfer.

International Studio Program (Spring 1980) (April 27-June 15, 1980): Installation Photographs
Special Projects (Winter 1986) (February 2-March 23, 1986): Printed Ephemera

1980-1998
III.A.8 "Catalogue for Fall Institute Exhibitions"

Includes correspondence, printing quotes and specs, unlabeled installation photographs, and other documents pertaining to a seasonal catalogue (possibly Afterword #1).

1980
III.A.9 Susan Cooke

Correspondence, notes, memos, and other documents relating to Afterword; Cooke was the coordinator or editor of the journal.

1981
III.A.10 "Afterwords/Watercolors"

Galley proofs, correspondence, and other materials for Afterword Vo. 1, No. 1, Winter/Spring 1981, covering all of the season's exhibitions.

1981
III.A.11 "Afterwords/Watercolors"

Galley proofs for Afterword Vo. 1, No. 1, Winter/Spring 1981.

1981
III.A.12 "Afterwords/Watercolors"

Galley proofs for Afterword Vo. 1, No. 1, Winter/Spring 1981.

1981
III.A.13 Afterword and Miscellaneous Galley Proofs

Proofs from exhibition brochures and handbills, with photocopies of the Winter/Spring 1981 issue of Afterword.

1981
III.A.14 "Afterword #1"

Includes annotated checklist and handbill for Watercolors and other exhibition materials.

Watercolors (December 7, 1980-January 25, 1981): Checklist; Printed Ephemera

1980-1981
III.A.15 "Afterword #2"

Includes catalogue for the Italian Architecture exhibition and annotated artists lists for New York/New Wave.

New York/New Wave (February 15-April 5, 1981): General Exhibition Documentation
Architecture (Spring 1981): Design By Circumstance: Episodes in Italian Architecture 1960-1980 (March 18-April 11, 1981): Printed Ephemera

1981
III.A.16 "Afterword #2: Biographies, Statements, Correspondence" 1981
III.A.17 "Afterword #2: Exhibitions Material"

Numerous photographs of artworks from the season's exhibitions with some possible installation images, most unlabelled.

1981
III.A.18 "Afterword #2: Exhibitions Material"

Numerous unlabelled installation photographs of artworks from New York/New Wave.

New York/New Wave (February 15-April 5, 1981): Installation Photographs

1981
III.A.19 "Afterword" Materials: Interview Recording with Robert Mapplethorpe, Bob Colacello, Diego Cortez, and Weston Naef

One audio cassette.

New York/New Wave (February 15-April 5, 1981): General Exhibition Documentation

4/7/1981
III.A.20 "Afterword #3" 1981
III.A.21 "Afterword #3: Biographies, Statements, Correspondence" 1981
III.A.22 Afterword Materials

Information sheets on artists and specific artworks from that year's exhibitions with occasional checklists and other documents, for Afterword issues two and three.

Photography (Winter 1981): Women of Distinction: Photographs from Magazines, 1930-1980 (February 15-April 5, 1981): Checklist; General Exhibition Documentation

1981
III.A.23 "Poster/Photos of P.S. 1"

Original photographs and list of exhibitions to be used for the seasonal poster.

1982
III.A.24 Paste-Up of Spring Newsletter

Includes complete list of studio artists by year and country of origin.

1982
III.A.25 "Scandinavia Today"

Contract and draft catalogue or brochure texts.

1983
III.A.26 "Catalogues Price List" 1984
III.A.27 Newsletter and Ephemera Publication Materials

Exhibition press releases and schedules, correspondence and memos, and other documents related to publication of the newsletter, announcements, and other items.

1984-1985
III.A.28 Stephen Buckley Catalogue and Ephemera Documents

Proofs and correspondence regarding the postcard and catalogue for Buckley.

1985
III.A.29 "Newsletter November 1985"

One pencil sketch of page layout only.

1985
III.A.30 "Bookselling"

Various lists and invoices.

1986
III.A.31 The Knot Catalogue Material

Correspondence and notes.

1985-1986
III.A.32 "The Knot Inventory Control Forms and Complimentary Copies List"

With an unidentified photograph.

1985
III.A.33 "Publications Archive: Arte Povera "

Correspondence mainly relating to publication payments.

1985-1986
III.A.34 "Publications Archive: Arte Povera "

Correspondence regarding publication and essays.

1985
III.A.35 Lists of P.S. 1 Patrons, Staff, and Board of Directors circa 1986
III.A.36 Noguchi Catalogue

Includes annotated manuscript of the catalogue text by Henry Geldzahler, correspondence, and other materials.

1986
III.A.37 Noguchi Catalogue

Includes annotated manuscript of some catalogue texts, correspondence, and other documents.

1986
III.A.38 "1986 Venice Biennale Catalog"

Correspondence, notes and memos, catalogue texts, and other materials.

1986-1987
III.A.39 Venice Biennale Noguchi Press Packet

Isamu Noguchi: What is Sculpture? (June 29-September 28, 1986): Press Release

1986
III.A.40 "Noguchi"

Includes mechanical proofs, layout sketches, draft texts, notes, budget, correspondence, and sketch of Venice installation.

Isamu Noguchi: What is Sculpture? (June 29-September 28, 1986): Printed Ephemera; General Exhibition Documentation

1986
III.A.41 "Publications Archive: Noguchi Catalogue"

Annotated essay texts and notes.

1986
III.A.42 "Noguchi Publication"

Correspondence, some draft texts, and layout sketches.

1986
III.A.43 "Noguchi"

Galley proof and final published brochure for the Noguchi exhibition.

Isamu Noguchi: What is Sculpture? (June 29-September 28, 1986): Printed Ephemera

1986
III.A.44 "Newsletter Fall 1986"

Includes copies of the newsletter, notes and manuscript texts, and photographs used in the publication.

1986
III.A.45 John McCracken Catalogue Abstract 1986
III.A.46 John McCracken

Galley proofs, correspondence, and edited essay manuscripts for the catalogue.

1986
III.A.47 Publications Material

Small amount of material regarding budget and staffing.

1986-1987
III.A.48 National and International Studio Program

Mechanical and galley proofs and manuscripts.

1987
III.A.49 Winter 1986-1987 Newsletter

Texts and galley proofs.

1986-1987
III.A.50 "Clocktower 3/1987-4/5/1987 Announcement Copy"

Announcement material, staff meeting notes, with some other documents.

1987
III.A.51 "Newsletter Spring 1987"

Includes drafts of texts including a two page manuscript of Mike Howard's memories of his involvement with P.S. 1, photographs of installations, artworks and performances from 1986, with some other materials.

1986-1987
III.A.52 Guerrilla Girls

Layouts of the brochure for the Guerrilla Girls exhibition as well as others in the season.

Retrospective of the Music of Christian Wolff (April 4, 1987): News Clippings
Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney (April 16-May 17, 1987): Printed Ephemera

1987
III.A.53 Juxtapositions Catalogue Material

Includes draft checklists of works by the artists, drafts and edits of the texts, including the interview between Alanna Heiss and Kaspar Koenig, and photocopies of images.

Special Projects (Spring 1987) (April 26-June 21, 1987): Printed Ephemera

1987
III.A.54 "He/She Dance"

Paste-ups for the postcard and handbill.

1987
III.A.55 "Moufarrege Catalogue"

Small amount of materials relating to the catalogue, including manuscripts of some text.

1987
III.A.56 Nicolas Moufarrege Catalogue Notes and texts 1987
III.A.57 Nicolas Moufarrege Announcement

With some catalogue material.

1987
III.A.58 Fall Newsletter

Includes press releases and other exhibition information, with galley proofs.

1987
III.A.59 Winter Newsletter and Membership Brochure Materials

Texts, exhibition descriptions, and image photocopies.

1987-1988
III.A.60 "Michael Tracy Limited Edition"

Correspondence, list of subscribers and other material relating to a limited edition "recuerdo" (remembrance) of three objects Tracy produced for his exhibition.

1988
III.A.61 "Tracy Catalogue"

Includes layout sketches and various texts in manuscript.

1987
III.A.62 Michael Tracy Catalogue Correspondence 1987
III.A.63 Michael Tracy Catalogue

Invoices and correspondence, with some layout sketches, regarding the catalogue, all from Carole Kismaric.

1987
III.A.64 "Michael Tracy: Catalogue"

Galley proofs and other materials for the catalogue.

1987
III.A.65 Michael Tracy Catalogue Press Packets

Press packets for the publication, with some other materials.

1987
III.A.66 Michael Tracy Catalogue Complimentary Copies

Draft lists of recipients.

1987
III.A.67 "Michael Tracy Catalogue"

Correspondence and notes.

1988
III.A.68 "Michael Tracy Distribution Correspondence"

Includes letter from Tracy.

1987
III.A.69 "Travelling Tracy Show"

Includes the travelling checklist, artwork photos, and letter from the artist.

Michael Tracy: Terminal Privileges/Privilegios Terminales (October 11-December 20, 1987): Checklist; Art and Event Photographs; General Exhibition Documentation

1987-1988
III.A.70 "Michael Tracy Distribution" 1987
III.A.71 Michael Tracy Catalogue: Essays and Other Texts

Annotated and edited manuscripts, with galley proofs.

1987
III.A.72* Michael Tracy Catalogue: Photographs

Oversized black-and-white and color prints, many with notes on the back regarding the subject and cropping or publication instructions; includes images of artworks as well as of the artist and assistants and other subjects.

circa 1987
III.A.73 Miscellaneous Materials

Small amount of correspondence, notes, and invoices.

1989
III.A.74 This is Tomorrow Today Photocopy Images

Photocopies of the original 1956 Whitechapel gallery exhibition catalogue of This is Tomorrow.

1987
III.A.75 This is Tomorrow Today

Draft texts and interview transcripts.

1986
III.A.76 This is Tomorrow Today Distribution and Orders

Order forms and invoices.

1988
III.A.77 Pop Project Images

Small amount of installation photographs and artwork slides.

The Pop Project, Part I: This is Tomorrow, Today: The Independent Group and British Pop Art (October 22-December 27, 1987): Installation Photographs; Art and Event Photographs

1987-1989
III.A.78 Images of Miscellaneous Pop Art Artworks

Likely for the book Modern Dreams: The Rise and Fall and Rise of Pop accompanying the Pop Projects at the Clocktower

1980-1989
III.A.79 Modern Dreams

Draft texts, correspondence, notes and memos, and some galley proofs.

1987-1988
III.A.80 "Publications Fiscal Year 1986-1988: Modern Dreams"

Small amount of correspondence, contracts and invoices.

1988
III.A.81 Modern Dreams Draft Texts

Various draft texts for portions of the publication.

1988
III.A.82 "Modern Dreams Complementary Copies" 1989
III.A.83 "Pop Art"

Includes correspondence regarding the budget and schedule of the exhibition and catalogue, all from Carole Kismaric.

1987
III.A.84 Modern Dreams Correspondence 1990
III.A.85 "Winter 1988 Newsletter" 1988
III.A.86* Catalogue Paste-Ups and Layouts

Paste-up design and oversize photographs for some aspect of the Pop Project and studio program publications.

1987-1988
III.A.87 "Miscellaneous Catalogue Sales"

Sales lists and invoices.

1987-1988
III.A.88 National and International Studio Program Catalogue

Information on participants with one installation photograph.

6th Annual National and International Studio Program Exhibition (January 17-March 10, 1988): Installation Photographs

1988
III.A.89 Miscellaneous Press Releases

Small selection of press releases and handbills for the studio program and exhibitions.

Architecture (Spring 1981): Design By Circumstance: Episodes in Italian Architecture 1960-1980 (March 18-April 11, 1981): Press Release
Clocktower Concert Series Presents: New Solo Virtuoso (April 25-April 27, 1986): Printed Ephemera
Music (Spring 1988): The Anatomy of Sound (May 18-May 20, 1988): Printed Ephemera

1981-1988
III.A.90 Miscellaneous Artist Descriptions

Numerous one- and two-page descriptions of artists and specific works, prepared as if for press releases. Most artists included here have appeared in exhibitions though some have no record of such, and all of the artists represented here have never appeared in the same exhibition.

undated
III.A.91 "Fall Newsletter"

Draft texts for the newsletter.

1988
III.A.92 "Catalogue Requests"

Mailing lists.

circa 1988
III.A.93* "Award for Excellence Museum Design Competition"

Given by The American Federation of Arts to Lawrence Wolfson Design for P.S. 1 announcements.

circa 1988
III.A.94 "Publications Fiscal Year 1986-1988: Out of Site File 1"

Includes printout of apparently complete catalogue text.

1987
III.A.95 "Publications Fiscal Year 1986-1988: Out of Site File 2"

Includes printout of apparently complete catalogue text.

1987
III.A.96 "Illustrated Chronology of Site-Specific Art 1960-1987"

Annotated eighty-five page chronology written by Ursula Biemann and edited by Nan Richardson, apparently created for the unrealized Out of Site catalogue.

1987
III.A.97 "Illustrated Chronology of Site-Specific Art 1960-1987" 1987
III.A.98 "Out of Site: Chronology Reviewers/Correspondence"

Includes correspondence sent and received from individuals selected to review the chronology; photographs related to the chronology and photograph research materials.

1987-1988
III.A.99 "Out of Site: Chronology Reviewers/Correspondence"

Photographs related to the chronology and photograph research materials.

1987-1988
III.A.100 "Out of Site: Final Materials Sent to Chronology Reviewers" 1987
III.A.101 Rooms Revisited: Out of Site

Notes, correspondence, partial catalogue texts, interview transcript between Alanna Heiss and "J. Simon," and other material pertaining to the exhibition and catalogue.

Out of Site (December 16, 1990-[unknown closing date]): General Exhibition Documentation

1987-1988
III.A.102 Out of Site

Some correspondence and production schedule, with paste-up of the seasonal brochure/gallery map.

1988
III.A.103 "Pending With Carol (Gwen's Old File)"

Miscellaneous correspondence and ledger sheets.

1986-1987
III.A.104 "Correspondence-Carol" 1986-1987
III.A.105 "Michael Asher West/East"

Small amount of magazine articles and information on Asher.

1980s
III.A.106 "Winter 1990 Newsletter" 1989
III.A.107 "Karen's Chronological File"

Sent correspondence from the publications assistant.

1987-1988
III.A.108 "Three French Artists"

Grant application only.

1989
III.A.109 "Publications Schedule/Newsletter Texts" 1986-1989
III.A.110 "Audrey Walen's Chronological File"

Miscellaneous correspondence from the publications and executive assistant at the time.

1987-1989
III.A.111 "Publications Fiscal Year 1989: Michelangelo Pistoletto"

Draft annotated texts and some correspondence.

1988
III.A.112 "Publications Fiscal Year 1989: Michelangelo Pistoletto"

Correspondence with draft of interview transcript.

1988
III.A.113 "Pistoletto Archive Including Correspondence"

Extensive interview transcript of Pistoletto apparently done for the exhibition, with some correspondence regarding the catalogue and some text drafts.

Michelangelo Pistoletto: Division and Multiplication of the Mirror (October 2-November 27, 1988): General Exhibition Documentation

1988
III.A.114 "Publications Policy"

Memo regarding workflows and staff responsibilities for publications, with inventories of postcards and publications on hand.

The documents in this folder have been severely damaged by water; patrons must use gloves when handling these materials.

1989
III.A.115* Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Images

Images of wunderkammers on oversized print.

1989
III.A.116 "Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Picture Credits"

Edited computer printout.

1989
III.A.117 "Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Schottle Essay"

Drafts of texts for the catalogue.

1989
III.A.118 "Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Graham Essay"

Edited drafts of multiple essays.

1989
III.A.119 "Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Graham Essay"

Edited drafts of multiple essays.

1989
III.A.120 "Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Brouwer"

Multiple heavily-edited drafts.

1989
III.A.121 "Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Frederick Migayrou Essay" 1989
III.A.122 "Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Dercon Essay" 1989
III.A.123 "Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Graham Essay" 1989
III.A.124 "Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Alanna Draft Front Matter" 1989
III.A.125 "Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Catalogue Text"

272-page edited manuscript of complete catalogue text, with complete photograph captions.

1989
III.A.126 "Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Catalogue Text"

272-page edited manuscript of complete catalogue text, with complete photograph captions.

1989
III.A.127 "Theatergarden Bestiarium: Thank You Notes"

Notes sent to contributors.

1989
III.A.128 "Theatergarden Bestiarium: Travel Documents"

Various correspondence.

1989
III.A.129 "Theatergarden Bestiarium: Catalogue Correspondence" 1989-1990
III.A.130 "Theatergarden Bestiarium: Catalogue Texts" 1989
III.A.131 "Theatergarden Bestiarium: Production Schedules and Notes"

Includes schedules, layout ketches, notes and correspondence.

1989
III.A.132 "Theatergarden Bestiarium: Correspondence from Catalogue Contributors" 1989-1990
III.A.133 "Original Photographs Theatergarden Bestiarium; The Bettmann Archive" 1989
III.A.134 "Original Photographs Theatergarden Bestiarium"

Documentation on photographs borrowed for inclusion in the Bestiarium catalogue, from envelopes marked "Questionable," "Worldwide Photos," and "MoMA/Film Stills Archive."

1989
III.A.135 "Original Photographs Theatergarden Bestiarium"

Numerous unlabelled 5" x 7" photographs.

circa 1989
III.A.136 "Original Photographs Theatergarden Bestiarium Photographs, Originals, Borrowed Pictures"

Numerous mostly unlabelled 8" x 10" photographs.

circa 1989
III.A.137 "Bestiarium Review Copies-MIT Press Correspondence" 1990
III.A.138 "Bestiarium Reproduction/Rights: the Bettmann Archive"

Lists of pictures and invoices.

1990
III.A.139 "Bestiarium Reproduction/Rights"

Rights correspondence.

1989
III.A.140 "Bestiarium Reproduction/Rights"

Rights correspondence.

1989
III.A.141 "Bestiarium Returns" 1990
III.A.142 "Bestiarium Distribution; Reproduction, Review, and Funder Letters; Request Copies, etc." 1990
III.A.143 Theatergarden Bestiarium

Small amount of documentation only.

1989
III.A.144 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Material

Includes heavily annotated computer printouts of catalogue essays and other texts.

1989
III.A.145 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Material

Includes possibly complete "corrected manuscript."

1989
III.A.146 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Individual Contributor Folders

Contains numerous handmade folders devoted to individual artists in the exhibition or possibly artists who contributed solely to the catalogue. Many here are empty, but others have correspondence and small amount of material pertaining to their

1987-1989
III.A.147 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Contributor Folder: Paul Roberts 1987-1989
III.A.148 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Contributor Folder: Rodney Graham 1987-1989
III.A.149 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Contributor Folder: Christian Philipp Mueller 1987-1989
III.A.150 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Contributor Folder: Jeff Wall 1987-1989
III.A.151 Theatergarden Bestiarium Contributor Folder: Herman Pitz 1987-1989
III.A.152 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Contributor Folder: Glen Branca 1987-1989
III.A.153 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Contributor Folder: Juan Munoz 1987-1989
III.A.154 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Contributor Folder James Coleman 1987-1989
III.A.155 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Contributor Folder: Alain Sechas 1987-1989
III.A.156 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Contributor Folder: Bernard Bazile 1987-1989
III.A.157 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Contributor Folder: Ludger Gerdes 1987-1989
III.A.158 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Contributor Folder: Marin Kasimer 1987-1989
III.A.159 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue Contributor Folder: Dan Graham 1987-1989
III.A.160 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Layouts and Mock-Ups 1987-1989
III.A.161 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Layouts and Mock-Ups

Extensive mocked-up pages, layouts and edited text copies; includes some correspondence and notes.

1987-1989
III.A.162 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Layouts and Mock-Ups

Extensive mocked-up pages, layouts and edited text copies; includes some correspondence and notes.

1987-1989
III.A.163 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Layouts and Mock-Ups

Extensive mocked-up pages, layouts and edited text copies; includes some correspondence and notes.

1987-1989
III.A.164 Theatergarden Bestiarium Catalogue: Images and Reproductions

Numerous photographs, transparencies, and photocopies of images for the catalogue.

1987-1989
III.A.165 Franz West Catalogue: Correspondence 1989
III.A.166 "Franz West Catalogue: Catalogue Copy"

Correspondence and draft texts.

1989
III.A.167 "Fountains"

Includes original introduction text with notes for the The Drowned World publication.

1989
III.A.168 Waterworks Catalogue Images

Photographs used in the exhibition catalogue, with prints and negatives of an unidentified panel discussion at the Clocktower and other images.

1989
III.A.169 Interview Transcripts

Various transcripts of interviews used in catalogues, many unidentified but including at least portions of interviews with Henry Geldzahler and John McCracken.

1980s
III.A.170 Carol Kismaric Publication Program Materials

Extensive documentation with various descriptions of completed and planned catalogues, notes and memos.

1986-1989
III.A.171 "Bookstore Inventories"

With lists of titles on hand.

1989
III.A.172 "Special Reception Cards" 1989
III.A.173 "Publication Budgets" 1989
III.A.174 "Spain"

Correspondence regarding Spanish art publications.

1990
III.A.175 "Unpaid Publications"

Lists of expenses and outstanding bills.

1990
III.A.176 Publications Development

Various correspondence and documents dealing with specialized fundraising.

1989-1991
III.A.177 "Publications Exchange Program"

Mainly correspondence requests for catalogues.

1989-1991
III.A.178 Miscellaneous Files

Press materials, correspondence, and other miscellaneous documents from Program Coordinator Rebecca Quaytman.

1989-1991
III.A.179 Publishing Program Description

Annotated manuscript describing the publishing program.

1991
III.A.180 Fall 1989 Newsletter 1989
III.A.181 Rod Rhodes

Includes manuscript of catalogue essay text by Susan Benforado (with correspondence and biographical material on the author also present,) some correspondence, and other material.

1988-1999
III.A.182 "Studio Catalogue"

Unlabeled photographs of artworks.

undated
III.A.183 "Studio Artists Catalogue 1989-1990"

CVs and information on participants, with some installation images.

National and International Studio Artist Exhibtion Series 1989-1990 (October 15, 1989-March 14, 1990): Installation Photographs

1989-1990
III.A.184 "Clocktower and P.S. 1 Cards"

Spring season announcement cards.

1990
III.A.185 "Publications: Carole Kismaric"

Various drafts and copies of the description of a multi-phased publications program at P.S. 1, with budgets, correspondence, and descriptions of specific planned catalogues.

1990
III.A.186 Casinò Catalogue

A few pieces of correspondence and budget items.

1991
III.A.187 Casinò Fantasma Catalogue

Casinò Fantasma (May 24-July 15, 1990): Printed Ephemera

1990
III.A.188 "Publications Fiscal Year 1986-1988: Publications Program" 1987-1988
III.A.189 "Publications Fiscal Year 1986-1988: Publications Program" 1987-1988
III.A.190 "Publications Fiscal Year 1989: Re-Do"

Includes correspondence with some budget and other documents.

1988-1989
III.A.191 "Publications Fiscal Year 1989: Lapis Press" 1989
III.A.192 "Publications Fiscal Year 1989: Publications Program 1988-1989"

Includes internal memos, budget materials, and other documents.

1988-1989
III.A.193 "Publications Fiscal Year 1990": Various Publications

Correspondence, invoices and other documents regarding publications related to The Pop Project, Theatergarden Bestiarium and others.

1989-1990
III.A.194 "Publications Fiscal Year 1991: David Hammons"

Includes correspondence, contracts, and invoices.

1990-1992
III.A.195 David Hammons: "Contracts" 1990
III.A.196 "David Hammons: Budget and Finances, Production Schedules, Specs." 1990
III.A.197 "Corr-Hammons"

Mainly Hammons catalogue material (with some manuscript essay text,) folder also includes small amount of material on the tribute to Gino de Dominicis from 1999.

1991-1999
III.A.198 "David Hammons: Flag"

Correspondence, artist's statement, and other material regarding an explanation for the community of the meaning and intent of Hammon's work, African American Flag, which was hung outside the building for the exhibition. Also includes map of exhibition installation.

David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble, 1969-1990 (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): General Exhibition Documentation

1990-1991
III.A.199 David Hammons

Miscellaneous correspondence.

1992
III.A.200 David Hammons: Installation Photographs

Contact sheets by Dawoud Bey showing the installing of artworks with Hammons' participation and other scenes of the exhibition along with cover letters sent to the photographer.

David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble, 1969-1990 (December 16, 1990-February 10, 1991): Installation Photographs

1991
III.A.201 David Hammons

Includes texts of essays by Kellie Jones, Steve Cannon, Tom Finkelpearl, and a small amount of correspondence.

1990-1991
III.A.202 David Hammons News Clippings

Includes reviews and articles as well as some correspondence regarding the exhibition travelling.

1990
III.A.203 David Hammons Catalogue: "Kellie Jones Text"

Edited essay drafts.

1990
III.A.204 David Hammons Catalogue: "Tom Finkelpearl Text"

Edited essay drafts.

1990
III.A.205 David Hammons Catalogue Invoices

Invoices, work orders, and correspondence.

1990-1991
III.A.206 David Hammons Catalogue Texts and Materials 1990-1991
III.A.207 "Hammons Review Copies"

Small amount of material pertaining to the catalogue.

1991
III.A.208 "Publications"

Minutes of publications meeting and assorted related documents.

1990-1991
III.A.209 André Cadere Reproduction Invoices

Various invoices for reproduction fees for the Cadere catalogue.

1990-1991
III.A.210 André Cadere "Correspondence"

Correspondence mainly to and from Miranda Banks.

1990-1991
III.A.211 André Cadere "Correspondence"

Correspondence mainly to and from Miranda Banks.

1990-1991
III.A.212 "Cadere Budget"

Various budgets and expense lists for the catalogue.

1990-1991
III.A.213 André Cadere Catalogue Materials

Photographs and photocopied images used in the catalogue, as well as transcripts of correspondence from Cadere.

1990-1991
III.A.214 André Cadere Catalogue Reproduction Correspondence 1990-1991
III.A.215 André Cadere Catalogue Materials

Includes style sheet, drafts and final copy of catalogue promotional text with some other material.

1990-1991
III.A.216 André Cadere Catalogue Materials

Extensive catalogue text with photocopies of writings and works by Cadere.

1990-1991
III.A.217 André Cadere Catalogue Materials

Image rights correspondence as well as draft text of the catalogue's acknowledgements.

1990-1991
III.A.218 André Cadere Catalogue Materials

Annotated draft essay text on Cadere's lecture "Presentation of a Work/Utilization of a Work" with transcript of original lecture.

1990-1991
III.A.219 André Cadere Catalogue Materials: "Bibliography/Biography"

Various drafts of a bibliography of articles and publications on Cadere as well as timelines of exhibitions.

1990-1991
III.A.220 André Cadere Catalogue Materials: Cornelia Lauf

Correspondence and draft texts with one of the catalogue essay authors.

1990-1991
III.A.221 André Cadere Catalogue Materials: Bernard Marcelis

Correspondence and draft texts with one of the catalogue essay authors.

1990-1991
III.A.222 André Cadere Catalogue Materials: Jean-Pierre Criqui

Correspondence and draft texts with one of the catalogue essay authors.

1990-1991
III.A.223 Publication Corresponded and Materials

Includes correspondence, notes, and memos on various projects, as well as edited text from the André Cadere

1990-1991
III.A.224 André Cadere

Apparently complete text of the catalogue.

1989
III.A.225 "Pictures and Slides from André Cadere"

Numerous photographs for the catalogue.

1989
III.A.226 André Cadere 1990-1991
III.A.227 "André Cadere Press/Quotes"

Includes catalogue index and some correspondence.

1990-1991
III.A.228 "Cadere Publication Correspondence" 1991
III.A.229 André Cadere

Includes extensive correspondence regarding the catalogue.

1991-1992
III.A.230 Studio Program Exhibition Catalogue Materials

Biographical material on all the studio artists, with exhibition checklist.

National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1990-1991 (March 3-March 24, 1991): Checklist

1991
III.A.231 "Studio Artists 1990-1991"

Catalogue text, with installation photographs of works by Giancarlo Neri.

National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1990-1991 (March 3-March 24, 1991): Installation Photographs

1991
III.A.232 Miscellaneous Materials

Mechanical proofs and other materials relating to the studio exhibitions, gallery maps, and newsletters.

1991-1993
III.A.233 National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1991-1992 and 1990-1991 Catalogue Materials

Photographs of artworks, notes, and paste-up pages.

1992
III.A.234 "Spring Newsletter"

Small amount of documents.

1991
III.A.235 Winter Map of Exhibitions and Spring Newsletter 1991
III.A.236 Irwin Catalogue

Small amount of material only.

1991
III.A.237 Irwin Artwork Photographs

Mostly unlabelled snapshots of artworks by the artist.

circa 1991
III.A.238 Dennis Oppenheim: "Correspondence" 1991
III.A.239 Dennis Oppenheim Brochures

Paste-up layouts for the winter 1992 exhibition and event brochure and the advertisement for the Oppenheim and Hammons catalogues.

1991
III.A.240 "Dennis Oppenheim Travels"

Various exhibition materials and correspondence including the transcript of an interview with Alanna Heiss about Oppenheim and materials on the travelling version of the exhibition.

1991-1992
III.A.241 List of Questions for Dennis Oppenheim Interview

List of questions for Alanna Heiss to ask Oppenheim, for his exhibition catalogue.

1991
III.A.242 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Essay Texts and Paste-Ups 1991
III.A.243 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Paste-Ups 1991
III.A.244 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Paste-Ups 1991
III.A.245 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Texts

Essay and interview texts with extensive annotations and edits.

1991
III.A.246 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Texts

Essay and interview texts with extensive annotations and edits.

1991
III.A.247 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Texts

Essay and interview texts with extensive annotations and edits.

1991
III.A.248 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Thomas McEvilley Essay Text

Various copies of McEvilley's manuscript, some heavily annotated, with other catalogue texts.

1991
III.A.249 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: "Original Thumbnail"

Thumbnail pencil sketches of layout.

1991
III.A.250 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Captions 1991
III.A.251 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Interviews 1991
III.A.252 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Paste-Ups 1991
III.A.253 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Chronology

Multiple drafts of Oppenheim's biography and exhibition history.

1991
III.A.254* Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: "Picture Material"

Large photographs with overlaid markings for reproduction.

1991
III.A.255 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Photographs

Numerous photographs with overlaid markings for reproduction, with transparencies and other images.

1991
III.A.256 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Photographs

Numerous photographs with overlaid markings for reproduction, with transparencies and other images.

1991
III.A.257 Dennis Oppenheim Catalogue: Chronology and Other Items 1991
III.A.258 Studio Artists 1991-1992

Catalogue texts.

1992
III.A.259 Studio Artists 1991-1992

Catalogue texts.

1992
III.A.260* National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1991-1992 Catalogue

Oversized artwork photos.

1992
III.A.261 Godard Catalogue Artwork Photographs and Snapshots 1992
III.A.262 Donald Lipski Photocopied Sketches

Small amount of color photocopies of sketches for Lipski's exhibition.

1991
III.A.263 Publications Exchange Letters and Lists 1991
III.A.264 "Publications Distribution"

Small amount of material only.

1991-1992
III.A.265 Miscellaneous Correspondence

Mainly concerning slide and image requests.

1988-1999
III.A.266 "Printers"

Correspondence regarding various print orders.

1987-1992
III.A.267 "Indigena"

Press Packet and Project Description for a "festival of native arts" to be held in Canada.

1990
III.A.268 "Lapis Press"

Consignment materials.

1989-1991
III.A.269 Castelli Graphics

Materials related to sales on consignment.

1991
III.A.270 "Hopeful Monster"

Correspondence regarding the Michelangelo Pistoletto catalogue.

1991
III.A.271 "MIT Distribution"

Royalty statements and correspondence regarding P.S. 1 publications.

1991-1993
III.A.272 Print Samples and Job Estimates 1991-1992
III.A.273 "Intern Program" 1981-1992
III.A.274 Harry Abrams Royalty Statements 1992-1993
III.A.275 Publications Inventory Lists 1992
III.A.276 Printing Style Guidelines circa 1992
III.A.277 Publications Notes

Small amount of notes and memos.

1992
III.A.278 "Miranda Banks Miscellany"

Correspondence and memos on various matters, most publications-related.

1992-1993
III.A.279 Maura Sheehan

Brochure and announcement materials.

1993
III.A.280 Advertising: "Gallery Guide" 1992-1993
III.A.281 Advertising: "Village Voice" 1989-1991
III.A.282 Advertising: "Art Forum" 1993
III.A.283 Advertising: "Queens Arts Guide" 1992-1993
III.A.284 Publications Memos and Correspondence

Includes correspondence, memos, budget documents and other materials for a number of catalogues.

1991-1993
III.A.285 Magdalena Abakanowicz

Brochure and catalogue documents.

1993
III.A.286 Stalin's Choice Catalogue: Zelfira Tregulova

Correspondence with a Russian contributor and coordinator of the catalogue.

1993
III.A.287 Stalin's Choice Catalogue: Margarita Tupitsyn

Correspondence with multiple drafts of the essay text.

1993
III.A.288 Stalin's Choice Catalogue: Zdenka Gabalova

Typescript of catalogue essay by Gabalova with edits.

1993
III.A.289 Stalin's Choice Catalogue: Victor Tupitsyn

Correspondence and typescript of catalogue essay by Tupitsyn with edits.

1993
III.A.290 Stalin's Choice Catalogue: Mikhail Yampolsky

Russian and English texts of essay with edits.

1993
III.A.291 Stalin's Choice Catalogue: Galina Jakovleva