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in the Museum of Modern Art Archives



The Museum of Modern Art Archives
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New York, NY 10019-5497
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The Museum of Modern Art Archives
Finding aid prepared by Elena Cordova, 2014.

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Sharp, Willoughby, 1936-2008
Creator: Béar, Liza, 1942-
Title: Avalanche Magazine Archives
Inclusive Dates: 1968-2010
Bulk Dates: 1968-1976
Quantity: 85 linear feet
84 5" document boxes; 1 11x17" flat box; 15 13x20" flat boxes; 8 16x20" flat boxes; 4 23.5x31.5" flat boxes; 2 5x12" card storage boxes; 2 6x12" card storage boxes; 8x12" DVD boxes; 5 9x12" cassette boxes, 1 flat file.
Abstract: The materials contained within the Avalanche Magazine Archives document the development and operation of the New York-based art magazine, Avalanche, published thirteen times between 1970 and 1976. Issue mock-ups and page proofs, audio files, installation photographs, correspondence, edited interview typescripts, exhibition announcements, ephemera, subscriber mailing lists, and invoices present a holistic picture of the magazine's production, while bringing into view the surrounding artistic milieu from which the magazine emerged.

Arrangement

The Archive is arranged into five series (I-V), with Series I divided into two sub-series (I.A and I.B). The collection was initially received in thirty record cartons (now series I.A-IV) and eight oversized flat boxes (now subseries I.B). The collection's final physical arrangement and corresponding series and subseries titles were established in consultation with the Chief of Archives, Michelle Elligott.
The archival principle of original order was adhered to during processing whenever possible, though most series did require moderate intervention by the project archivist. Series I: Issue Files and Series III: Audio Tapes are arranged chronologically. Series II: Artist Research and Subject Files is arranged alphabetically. Please refer to specific series' scope notes for more detailed descriptions of series arrangements.
The five series are as follows:
Series I: Magazine Issues
Subseries I.A: Issue Files
Subseries I.B: Mechanicals/Mock-ups/Layouts
Series II: Artist Research and Subject Files
Series III: Audio Tapes
Series IV: Administrative and Financial Records
Series V: Avalanche Magazine Reprint


Biographical Note

Liza Béar: Béar (b. 1942) is a co-founder and co-editor of Avalanche with Willoughby Sharp. She was raised in both France and England and she studied Philosophy at the University of London. Béar began her career in magazines working in trade journalism on London's Fleet Street, but quickly transitioned into London's underground magazine subculture working as an editor and a translator. She moved to New York City in 1968 where she met Willoughby Sharp through a mutual artist friend. Soon thereafter they began working on the first issue of Avalanche. As co-editor, Béar took care of the magazine's editorial processes and oversaw most of its production operations. During the years of Avalanche's production (1970-1976) Béar became an important figure in the alternative art scene of New York's SoHo neighborhood. Béar continues to live New York where she works as a filmmaker and a writer.

Willoughby Sharp: Sharp (1936-2008) was a co-founder and co-editor of Avalanche with Liza Béar. Sharp was the magazine's principal designer and art director, responsible for its visual layout. Sharp was born and raised in New York City. He received his BA from Brown University in 1957. He obtained a Master's degree in art history from Columbia University in 1967, where he studied with Meyer Shapiro and wrote his thesis on kinetic art. Sharp also pursued graduate studies in art history at the University of Paris in 1957-58 and the University of Lausanne in 1958-59. Sharp was a notable figure in the New York art scene during the 1960s and 1970s. Self-proclaimed as a "proselytizer of the avant-garde," Sharp was a champion of the Earth, Conceptual, and performance art movements. Sharp befriended Joseph Beuys in Dusseldorf in 1958 and was intrumental in introducing Beuys to the American public. He was also a video and performance artist as well as an independent curator. In 1966, Sharp co-founded Kineticism Press with Paul Maenz, an independent publishing business registered in New York, which recieved an award from the New York Type Director's Club in 1967 for its Gunther Uecker monograph and nail relief multiple. Sharp indepently organized several important exhibitions, perhaps the most notable of these were Air Art (1968-69), Earth Art at the Andrew Dickson White Museum at Cornell University in 1969, and Pier 18 in February/March 1971. In Novemeber 1975, Sharp co-founded The Franklin Street Arts Center at 112 Franklin Street. He died of cancer in New York City in 2008 at the age of 72.


Historical Note

Avalanche was co-founded by Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp in New York City in 1968. The impetus for the magazine's creation was to intentionally challenge the more critic-based, formalist-driven, art journals such as Art Forum. The mission of Avalanche was to give artists a voice, a space to discuss their works, their creative processes, and even their political opinions. Béar and Sharp focused their attention on those artists who circulated in avant-garde circles of the 1960s and 1970s, both in New York and internationally. They paid particular attention to those artists who considered themselves practitioners of Conceptual, Post-Minimalist, Earth, performance and video art, such as Jan Dibbets, Dennis Oppenheim, Joseph Beuys, Phillip Glass, Simone Forti, and Yvonne Rainer.

The promotional subscription flyer sent out before the publication of the first issue of Avalanche describes the magazine as "a photo journal devoted to new sculpture." With Avalanche Béar and Sharp produced a highly curated journal, a rich fusion of text and image. It was a magazine that was consciously and critically engaged with the relationship between printed matter and artwork at a moment when notions of the ephemeral and immaterial were being discussed and engaged with critically by a growing number of artists.

Béar and Sharp first met in New York City through a mutual friend in 1968. According to firsthand accounts given by both Sharp and Béar the two had an instant rapport and they quickly decided to start a magazine together. According to Béar: "We jumped right in and literally got down to work on the magazine's format, laying out early issues of Life and Dadaist publications on the floor. It never occurred to us to raise money first" (Béar and Sharp, The Early History of Avalanche).

Between 1968 and 1970 Béar and Sharp worked on the first issue out of Sharp's Gramercy Park apartment. It was on sale by the fall of 1970 and a portrait of performance and action artist par excellence, Joseph Beuys, graced the inaugural cover (certainly an intentional nod to Avalanche's international reach). After the publication of the second issue in April of 1971, Béar and Sharp received two grants that helped cover some production costs; one from the Coordinating Council for Literary Magazines and another from the J.M. Kaplan fund. In the same year they relocated Avalanche's operations to a 1,225 square foot loft at 93 Grand Street in New York's SoHo neighborhood. It took a year relocate to their new headquarters, but during this period of transition Béar and Sharp utilized the raw space by hosting performances by Vito Acconci, Bill Beckley, Terry Fox and William Wegman.

Though Béar and Sharp had initially intended to publish Avalanche quarterly, it came out infrequently over the next six years. Only one issue came out during the first year, the next year there were two, and the following year there were three. After 1973 an average of two a year were published and in 1974, after a spike in printing costs, Avalanche switched to a newspaper format (published on 50lb uncoated white paper). In the first five issues of Avalanche (1970-1972), Kineticism Press is identified on the masthead as the publisher. Throughout its tenure of production, the magazine was financed entirely by advertising, subscriptions, newsstand and bookstore sales, and grants. In April 1974 Béar and Sharp started the not-for profit organization, Center for New Art Activities, Inc. (CNAA), in order to receive more grant funding. The money awarded to CNAA was used to support Avalanche projects and various related endeavors, which included an Avalanche video project, Send/Receive Satellite Network, Collaborative Projects, Inc. and Bomb Magazine.

Avalanche presented the work of dozens of up-and-coming artists, often before they had solo exhibitions in physical galleries and museums. The pages of Avalanche served, in essence, as a two-dimensional exhibition space. Béar and Sharp introduced their readers to artists like Walter De Maria, George Trakas, Lowell Darling, Jannis Kounellis, Chris Burden, Barbara Dilley, Franz Erhard Walther, Vito Acconci, William Wegman, Jack Smith, Laurie Anderson, Rita Myers, and Meredith Monk. It is also worth noting that Avalanche intentionally featured a large number of women sculptors and performance artists, especially in the later issues. Notable women artists found in the pages of Avalanche include: Joan Jonas, Alice Aycock, Trisha Brown, Colleen Fitzgibbon, and Hanne Darboven.

Each issue included artist interviews, extensive photographic spreads, and textual documents of various artists' works. Additionally, each issue (except for issues no. 6 and no. 9) included a "Rumbles" section, which promoted and described current art world events as well as recent publications and artist messages. The magazine also exposed the social environment in which Avalanche artists circulated. For example, several issues include advertisements for popular watering holes and eateries for the growing New York art community. Downtown institutions like Max's Kansas City, Fanelli's, and FOOD, the cooperative conceptual art restaurant founded by Caroline Goodden, Tina Girouard, Suzanne Harris and Gordon Matta-Clark, all had an advertising presence in the magazine. Béar and Sharp also chose to include some political content in the pages of Avalanche. Questions surrounding artist rights and institutional practices were of particular concern. Issue number eight, for example, discussed its support of a 1973 union strike at The Museum of Modern Art.

The thirteenth and final issue of Avalanche was published in the summer of 1976. Production ceased largely due to finacial strains. Béar and Sharp were transparent about the magazine's economic troubles by choosing to reproduce a page of their ledger book on its final cover.

Bibliography for Biographical and Historical Notes

Allen, Gwen. "In on the ground floor: Avalanche and the SoHo Art Scene, 1970-1976." Artforum International 44, 3 (November 2005): 214-221.

Ballmer, Amy. "Avalanche Magazine: In the Words of the Artist." Art Documentation 30, 1(September 2011): 21-25.

Béar, Liza and Hans Haacke. "Artist in Residence: Liza Béar and Hans Haacke on Willoughby Sharp (1936-2008)." Artforum Internationa 47, 7 (March 2009): 57-60.

Béar, Liza and Willoughby Sharp. The Early History of Avalanche.(London: Chelsea Space 2005).

Le Feuvre, Lisa. "Avalanche." Art Monthly, 278 (August 2004): 7-10.

"The Business of Art: An Interview with Liza Béar." NYFACurrent (June 2010).


Scope and Content

The collection offers a comprehensive view of all matters concerning the creation and production of Avalanche, a New York City-based avant-garde artist journal edited and published by Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp. The collection spans the years 1968 to 1981, but the bulk of the collection's material dates from 1970-1976--the years of the magazine's publication. The materials contained within the collection vary in their media and format. They include: page layouts and mockups, original photography, negatives, slides, audio interviews, correspondence and correspondence art pieces, exhibition and performance announcements, instructions for and documentation of performance art pieces and actions, posters, press releases, newspaper clippings, edited interview typescripts, advertisement mechanicals, invoices, monthly bills, personal calendars and notebooks.

Avalanche is often considered a publication that straddled the line between artist's book and art journal and the materials in the collection offer researchers a detailed picture of what producing a small independent magazine of its kind entailed, both editorially and financially. The remastered audio tapes in Series III, as well as the edited interview typescripts found in Subseries I.A, document conversations between Béar and/or Sharp and featured artists such as Ed Ruscha, Yvonne Rainer, Steve Paxton, Jackie Winsor, Barry Le Va, Italo Scanga, William Wegman, Bruce McLean, Vito Acconci, Terry Fox, Sol LeWitt, Gordon Matta-Clark, Meredith Monk, Bruce Nauman, Richard Serra, and Lawrence Weiner. Béar and/or Sharp conducted all the interviews for Avalanche themseleves and edited them collaboratively with the artists. The recordings are some of the archive's richest resources. They are valuable historical documents that both capture the artist's voice and comment on the nature of the cooperative relationship between artist and editor(s). Related artist materials found in Series II, which mostly include photographs, exhibition announcements, artist statements, and correspondence, are similarly essential in that they contribute to the history of the early careers of these aforementioned artists.

Subscriber mailing lists and correspondence, which include addresses from Poland to Kansas, found in Series IV indicate wide readership of Avalanche (the initial print run was 5,000 copies; and circulation ranged from 4,000 to 6,250); while grant applications, monthly bills and budgets, and countless invoices suggest something of the financial demands involved with producing a magazine of this kind that lacked the resources of a major publishing house. The fiscal strains Avalanche endured are unapologetically acknowledged in the last issue, which reproduces the magazine's financial ledger as its cover image.

The Avalanche Magazine Archives are also a valuable tool for those researchers and scholars concerned with the development of the Conceptual, Earth, Post-Minimalist, performance and video art movements, all of which gained considerable traction in the 1960s and 1970s in the New York and international art scenes. For example, those files associated with the production of Avalanche issue no. 6 (Fall 1972), are devoted entirely to the work of Vito Acconci. In retrospect this issue acts as a sort of catalogue of Acconci's early work and the files that relate to the production of this issue include a substantial amount of photographic documentation and written notes for many of his early performances including: Performance Test (1969), Rubbing Piece (1970), and Control Box. (1971). Individual artists were continually paid homage in the pages of Avalanche. For example, a large portion of issue no.8 was dedicated to Robert Smithson after his tragic and sudden death in a plane crash in 1973.

There is also a significant amount of gallery related material and ephemera in both the Subseries I.A and Series II. These materials highlight the role of several art institutions, and 112 Greene St., The Kitchen, Paula Cooper Gallery, 98 Greene St. Loft, FOOD, and Reese Palley Gallery all appear as crucial alternative art spaces committed to the promotion of this developing avant-garde. When considered en masse the materials contained within the Avalanche Magazine Archives speak both to the daily operations of the magazine as well as to the general ambiance and scene from which it emerged.

Series V is comprised entirely of the Avalanche reprint, a box set that was produced and sold by Primary Information in 2010. Researchers who are particularly concerned with the aesthetics of the magazine--its photographs, page spreads, and typography--will find this a useful resource.


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

The records are open for research and contain few restricted materials.

Ownership and Literary Rights

The Avalanche Magazine Archives are the physical property of The Museum of Modern Art. Literary rights, including copyright belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns.


Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in 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.
Subjects:
Avalanche -- History -- Sources
Document Types:
Correspondence
Interviews
Invoices
Mailing lists
Page proofs
Photographs
Printed ephemera
Proofs (Printing)
Sound recordings
Typescripts


Related Material

Several artists and institutions documented in the Avalanche Magazine Archives are also represented in other Museum Archive collections. Related collections include: the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection Archives, the Seth Siegelaub Papers, Vito Acconci Notebooks, the Herman and Nicole Daled Papers, and the Kynaston McShine Information Exhibition Research files.

The Avalanche Magazine Index, which catalogues and locates advertisements, artists, artworks, and interviews within the pages of Avalanche, is also a useful digital tool for scholars and researchers. The website is hosted by the City University of New York's Lehman College. Additionally, the papers of Willoughby Sharp, co-founder of Avalanche, are held by The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, California.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

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

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

Provenance

The documents contained in the Avalanche Archives were originally collected and arranged by Avalanche's founders, Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp. The collection was purchased by private collectors Gilbert and Lila Silverman (also the previous owners of MoMA's The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection now in MoMA Archives). Under their ownership the collection was overseen by their curator and advisor, Jon Hendricks. With the help of Hendricks, the Archives were donated to The Museum of Modern Art Archives by the Silvermans in 2005. The materials came to the museum in thirty record cartons and eight oversize flat boxes.

Processing and Condition Information

Funding for processing the Avalanche Magazine Archives was provided by MoMA's Wallis Annenberg Fund for Innovation in Contemporary Art through the Annenberg Foundation; The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art; Philip E. Aarons and Shelley Fox Aarons; Emily Rauh Pulitzer; Kathleen Fuld; The Cowles Charitable Trust; Carol LeWitt; and Milton Dresner.

The bulk of the materials in the Archive are in good condition. However, the magazine mock-ups (subseries I.B) arrived at the museum in varying degrees of paper degradation. Additionally, most of the once-glued mechanical clippings on the mock-ups had become unattached and as such, these documents required extensive preservation work. Over the course of six months, Project Archivist, Cristiana Dobrzynski Grippe, along with intern, Jessica Camhi, carefully worked to reattach any unglued segments using an adhesive of wheat-paste and water.

Over one hundred and fifty audio recordings documenting conversations, presentations, interviews, phone calls, and radio programs also came in the original gift (now Series III). Many of these cassette tapes and audio reels were in fragile condition and were deemed unplayable. In order to provide continued and reliable access to the material contained on these tapes, they were conserved and digitally remastered with the financial assistance of MoMA's Wallis Annenberg Foundation for Innovation in Contemporary Art. Transcripts of these tapes were also created and are now included in the series.


Container List

Series I: Magazine Issues 1968-1976

Series I: Magazine Issues is broken up into two subseries: I.A: Issue Files and I.B: Mechanicals/Mock-ups/Layouts.

Subseries I.A: Issue Files 1968-1976

The materials in subseries I.A provide documentary support for the production of Avalanche issues 1-13. There is an abundance of miscellaneous issue research and editorial material contained within this series, including editorial notes, black-and-white installation photographs, instruction for and documentation of performance pieces, advertisement mechanicals, artist biographies, correspondence, exhibition announcements, posters, and press releases. Researchers will be able to identify things that did not make it into the final version of the magazine; as such, these files will enable researchers to understand Avalanche's complete editorial process.

Items that might be of interest include: an announcement for live performances by Terry Fox, Vito Acconci, and Dennis Oppenheim at Reese Palley Gallery on January 15, 1971; a signed agreement between Vito Acconci, Sharp, and Béar from 1971 in which Acconci takes full responsibility for any damages caused by his performance piece, Claim; an edited transcript of Joseph Beuys's "Public Dialogue at the New School of Social Research" from January 11, 1974; black-and-white film stills from Nancy Holt's Pine Barrens; and a series of correspondence with Barbara Dilley. A complete printed run of Avalanche is also included in the subseries.The materials in subseries I.A were primarily found in boxes one through seven of the original gift and while they were arranged more or less chronologically, according to each issue, some reordering by the archivist was nevertheless necessary. Within each issue's materials, the files were arranged in no discernable order and were subsequently organized by the archivist according to the segment of the magazine in which they appeared, if identifiable. Various documents related to the production of specific issues were also found interspersed throughout the original gift. These materials were identified by the archivist and interfiled into the series where appropriate.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1 Issue No. 1: Rumbles-Buckminster Fuller

World Game Report publication from the World Game Seminar at the New York Studio School.

1969
I.A.2 Issue No. 1: Rumbles-Keith Arnatt

Includes gallery announcements, correspondence, and fourteen black-and-white installation photos.

1968-1969
I.A.3 Issue No. 1: Rumbles-E.A.T.

Correspondence, announcements, and press releases related to the organization Experiments in Art and Technology Incorporated (E.A.T.).

1969-1970
I.A.4 Issue No.1: Rumbles-Software

Photographs and press releases for Software exhibition at the Jewish Museum. Also includes information on contributing artists such as John Baldessari and Les Levine.

1970
I.A.5* Issue No.1 Rumbles-Luis Fernando Benedit

Poster for Benedit at the XXXV Venice Biennale and architectural plan for his Proyecto "Biotron."

1970
I.A.6 Issue No.1: Rumbles

1 of 4 folders. Miscellaneous materials for "Rumbles" section. Includes six black-and-white photographs.

1969-1970
I.A.7 Issue No.1: Rumbles

2 of 4 folders. Miscellaneous materials for "Rumbles" section. Includes handwritten editorial notes.

1969-1970
I.A.8 Issue No.1: Rumbles

3 of 4 folders. Miscellaneous materials for "Rumbles" section. Includes black-and-white photographs and gallery announcements for Carl Andre exhibition at Dwan in New York City (April 26-May 21, 1969), Sigmar Polke exhibition at Konrad Fischer in Düsseldorf (June 9-July 2, 1970) and Earth Art Exhibition(curated by Sharp) at Cornell University (February 11-March 16, 1969).

1969-1970
I.A.9 Issue No.1: Rumbles

4 of 4 folders. Miscellaneous materials for "Rumbles" section. Includes press release for, and information on, Evidence on the Flight of Six Fugitives exhibition at The Museum for Contemporary Art, Chicago (show included the work of Dennis Oppenheim, Michael Heizer, Robert Smithson, and Walter de Maria).

1969-1970
I.A.10 Issue No.1: Museums Galleries

Photograph of the Cockettes performing Madame Butterfly at the Museum of Conceptual Art, San Francisco on May 18, 1970 (photo by Barry Klinger) and photograph of work by Terry Fox for his solo show at Reese Palley Gallery, San Francisco (1970).

1970
I.A.11 Issue No.1: Interview-Jan Dibbets

Includes draft of introduction text and six black-and-white installation photographs.

1968-1970
I.A.12 Issue No.1: Interview-Carl Andre

1 of 3 folders. Edited interview typescript between Sharp, Béar, and Andre from December 10, 1968.

1968
I.A.13 Issue No.1: Interview-Carl Andre

2 of 3 folders. Edited interview typescript marked "second copy."

1968-1970
I.A.14 Issue No.1: Interview-Carl Andre

3 of 3 folders. Includes interview typescript and handwritten draft of introduction.

1968-1970
I.A.15 Issue No.1: Retrospective-Richard Long

Includes Long's biography/C.V.

1968-1970
I.A.16 Issue No. 1: Bodyworks

Materials related to Sharp's essay, "Body Works: A Pre-critical, Non-definitive Survey of Very Recent Works Using the Human Body or Parts Thereof." Also includes black-and-white photographs of Keith Sonnier's Head, Feet, and Hand, Terry Fox's Asbestos Tracking, and Bruce Nauman's Holograms (Making Faces).

1968-1970
I.A.17 Issue No. 1: Discussions-Heizer, Oppenheim, and Smithson

1 of 5 folders. Edited typescript and gallery announcement for Dennis Oppenheim's Below Zero Snow Projects at John Gibson Gallery.

1969-1970
I.A.18 Issue No.1: Discussions-Heizer, Oppenheim, and Smithson

2 of 5 folders. Edited typescript.

1969-1970
I.A.19 Issue No.1: Discussions-Heizer, Oppenheim, and Smithson

3 of 5 folders. Edited typescript.

1969-1970
I.A.20 Issue No.1: Discussions-Heizer, Oppenheim, and Smithson

4 of 5 folders. Edited typescript and handwritten editorial notes.

1969-1970
I.A.21 Issue No.1: Discussions-Heizer, Oppenheim, and Smithson

5 of 5 folders. Four black-and-white photographs, including images of Oppenheim's Reverse Processing, Maze (Whitewater, WI), and Arm and Wire.

1970
I.A.22 Issue No.1: Advertisements

1 of 4 folders. Miscellaneous editorial materials for advertisements. Includes photograph of Vito Acconci performing Learning Piece (used in ad for performances and activities held at John Gibson) and two invitations for the opening of Attitudes at the Brooklyn Museum (July 27-October 1, 1970).

1970
I.A.23 Issue No.1: Advertisements

2 of 4 folders. Miscellaneous editorial materials for advertisements. Includes Avalanche/Kineticism Press subscription flyer and mechanicals for Graham gallery, J.Miller Printing and Litho, and Robert Elkon Gallery advertisements.

1970
I.A.24* Issue No.1: Advertisements

3 of 4 folders. Includes advertisement mechanicals and sample subscription forms.

1968-1970
I.A.25* Issue No.1: Advertisements

4 of 4 folders. Includes advertisement mechanicals and sample subscription forms.

1968-1970
I.A.26 Issue No.1: Edited Typescript

1 of 3 folders.

1968-1970
I.A.27 Issue No.1: Edited Typescript

2 of 3 folders.

1968-1970
I.A.28 Issue No.1: Edited Typescript

3 of 3 folders.

1968-1970
I.A.29 Issue No.1: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

1 of 7 folders.

1968-1970
I.A.30 Issue No.1: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

2 of 7 folders. Includes draft of first masthead.

1968-1970
I.A.31 Issue No.1: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

3 of 7 folders. Eight unidentified black-and-white photographs.

1968-1970
I.A.32 Issue No.1: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

4 of 7 folders. Miscellaneous loose mechanicals and editorial clippings.

1968-1970
I.A.33* Issue No.1: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

5 of 7 folders. Includes advertisement mechanicals and black-and-white photographic negatives.

1968-1970
I.A.34* Issue No.1: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

6 of 7 folders. Includes page proofs and typography samples.

1968-1970
I.A.35* Issue No.1: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

7 of 7 folders. Includes mechanicals for advertisements and layouts.

1968-1970
I.A.36 Issue No.1: Gallery and Museum Announcements

1 of 4 folders. Includes press release for Hannah Weiner at Her Job; program for a performance of Machine and Nature at The Museum of Modern Art (January 15 & 16, 1969); and an invitation to Hyperspaces by Raimund Abraham at the Architectural League of New York (February 6, 1969).

1968-1970
I.A.37 Issue No.1: Gallery and Museum Announcements

2 of 4 folders. Includes announcements for John Baldessari exhibition at Eugenia Butler and Doris Totten Chase at Formes Gallery (March 16-20, 1970); postcard announcement for show of Ruth Vollmer's sculpture annotated with personal message from Vollmer to Sharp; and a flyer for Black & White Major Works at Sonnabend (November 1970).

1968-1970
I.A.38* Issue No.1: Gallery and Museum Announcements

3 of 4 folders. Includes calendar of exhibitions at The Whitney Museum of American Art (Winter-Spring); a poster for Tom Dan's A Continuous World; poster for Two Evenings (Hans Breder, Marjorie Strider, and Scott Burton) at the University of Iowa; and poster for exhibitions at The Jewish Museum.

1970
I.A.39* Issue No.1: Gallery and Museum Announcements

4 of 4 folders. Includes posters for Steve Kaltenbach at the Palley Cellar; Joel Glassman at the Palley Cellar; Wayne E. Campbell's Opening the Cellar at The Gallery Reese Palley; John C. Fernie at Reese Palley; Some New York Painting at Reese Palley; and an exhibition of Joseph Albers' silkscreens and lithographs at Visual Arts Gallery.

1970
I.A.40 Issue No.1: West Coast Report

Includes handwritten draft for "Introduction for California Air in Avalanche Magazine" by Oliver Andrews.

1969-1970
I.A.41 Issue No.1: Miscellaneous Correspondence 1969-1970
I.A.42 Issue No.1: Printed Issues

One printed issue and one photocopied issue.

1970
I.A.43 Issue No.1: Printed Issues

Note: missing front and back cover; some pages unattached.

1970
I.A.44 Issue No. 2: Rumbles-Jean Tinguely

Black-and-white photographs documenting the 10th anniversary of Nouveau Réalisme in Milan including events, performances, and works by Jean Tinguely, Niki de Saint Phalle, Cesar, Christo, Daniel Spoerri, and Pierre Restany.

1970
I.A.45 Issue No.2: Rumbles-John Perreault

Edited text of Perreault 's "Rumbles" section; gallery and performance announcements for shows at Central Park, St. Mark's Church,Gramercy Art Theater, and Street Works; and six black-and-white photographs documenting various Perreault performances.

1970-1971
I.A.46 Issue No.2: Issue No.2: Rumbles-Paul Kos

Correspondence between Sharp and Kos; eight photographs of Kos' salt sculptures; and sixteen black-and-white photographs from Fish Fox Kos at the DeSaisset Museum and Art Gallery, University of Santa Clara. Note: some photographs removed for conservation treatment.

1969-1970
I.A.47* Issue No.2: Issue No.2: Rumbles-Paul Kos

Two posters from Fish Fox Kos at the DeSaisset Museum and Art Gallery, University of Santa Clara.

1971
I.A.48 Issue No.2: Rumbles-Nova Scotia College of Art

1 of 5 folders. Includes index cards with artists' project submissions; color photographs documenting Mel Bochner's Phenomenology of a Room-Four Corners and Iain Baxter's Telex and Telecop; and a typed list of artists who visited the art school between 1969-1970.

1968-1971
I.A.49 Issue No.2: Rumbles-Nova Scotia College of Art

2 of 5 folders. Includes flyer for The Halifax Conference (October 5-6, 1970).

1970-1971
I.A.50 Issue No.2: Rumbles-Nova Scotia College of Art

3 of 5 folders. Includes materials related to the school's lithography workshop as well as black-and-white photographs documenting Richards Jarden's Five Shutter Speeds Empirically Determining my Blinking Speed.

1970
I.A.51 Issue No.2: Rumbles-Nova Scotia College of Art

4 of 5 folders. Includes small mailing envelopes with index cards and photographs detailing works and happenings by Richards Jarden. Works mentioned include: Running in Place (Simulation), High Tide (Simulation), Sunset (Simulation), and Falling.

1970
I.A.52* Issue No.2: Rumbles-Nova Scotia College of Art

5 of 5 folders. Poster with Richards Jarden and his Active and Passive States.

1970
I.A.53 Issue No.2: Rumbles-9 Artists/9 Spaces

Black-and-white photographs, correspondence, and reviews relating to the exhibition, 9 Artists/9 Spaces, at the Walker Art Center.

1970
I.A.54 Issue No.2: Rumbles-Italo Scanga

Includes installation and studio photographs as well as correspondence between Sharp and Scanga.

1970
I.A.55 Issue No.2: Rumbles

1 of 6. folders. Miscellaneous materials for "Rumbles" section. Includes program of Yvonne Rainer's Continuous Project-Altered Reality at the Whitney Museum (March 31, April 1 & 2, 1971); Seth Siegelaub's Artist's Reserved Rights Sale Agreement; and black-and-white photograph of Christo's Valley Curtain.

1970
I.A.56 Issue No.2: Rumbles

2 of 6 folders. Miscellaneous materials for "Rumbles" section. Includes black-and-white photographs and handwritten notes by Terry Fox on Actions (performed by Fox and Joseph Beuys).

1970
I.A.57 Issue No.2: Rumbles

3 of 6 folders. Includes edited typescript.

1970-1971
I.A.58 Issue No.2: Rumbles

4 of 6 folders. Includes edited typescripts.

1970-1971
I.A.59 Issue No.2: Rumbles

5 of 6 folders. Edited typescript marked "completed."

1970-1971
I.A.60 Issue No.2: Rumbles

6 of 6 folders. Edited typescript marked "completed."

1970-1971
I.A.61 Issue No.2: Interview-Bruce Nauman

1 of 4 folders. Black-and-white photographs and contact sheets with images from "Stills from Eight of Bruce Nauman's Videotapes."

1970
I.A.62 Issue No.2: Interview-Bruce Nauman

2 of 4 folders. Includes edited interview typescript and partial transcript of audio interview.

1970
I.A.63 Issue No.2: Interview-Bruce Nauman

3 of 4 folders. Six black-and-white photographs of Nauman working by Gianfranco Gorgoni.

1970
I.A.64* Issue No.2: Interview-Bruce Nauman

4 of 4 folders. Six black-and-white photographs of Nauman working by Gianfranco Gorgoni.

1970
I.A.65 Issue No.2: Interview-Terry Fox

1 of 10 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1970
I.A.66 Issue No.2: Interview-Terry Fox

2 of 10 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1970
I.A.67 Issue No.2: Interview-Terry Fox

3 of 10 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1970
I.A.68 Issue No.2: Interview-Terry Fox

4 of 10 folders. Includes handwritten biography by the artist.

1970-1971
I.A.69 Issue No.2: Interview-Terry Fox

5 of 10 folders. Includes descriptions of Fox's work and performances, including Fire Piece, Bird Piece, Push Wall Piece, and Liquid Smoke; and an edited text of Sharp's essay on Fox, "Elemental Gestures."

1970-1971
I.A.70 Issue No.2: Interview-Terry Fox

6 of 10 folders. Seven black-and-white photographs documenting Fox's work including images of Hand Sculpture Series.

1970
I.A.71 Issue No.2: Interview-Terry Fox

7 of 10 folders. Black-and-white photographs of Fox's work orginally marked "rejects." Includes thirteen photographs documenting Fox's Isolation Unit, performed at the Kunstacademie, Düsseldorf, November 24, 1970 (in collaboration with Joseph Beuys).

1970
I.A.72 Issue No.2: Interview-Terry Fox

8 of 10 folders. Thirteen black-and-white photographs of Fox's work originally marked "rejects."

1970
I.A.73 Issue No.2: Interview-Terry Fox

9 of 10 folders. Numerous correspondence between Fox, Béar, and Sharp.

1970
I.A.74* Issue No.2: Interview-Terry Fox

10 of 10 folders. "Elemental Gestures: Terry Fox" from Arts Magazine (May 1970).

1970
I.A.75 Issue No.2: Drifts and Conversations-Vito Acconci

Includes edited text.

1970-1971
I.A.76 Issue No.2: Retrospective-Klaus Rinke

Includes black-and-white photographs of Rinke's Sun/Sand/Body (1960) and Relations Between People (1969).

1970-1971
I.A.77 Issue No.2: A Discussion with Terry Fox, Vito Acconci, and Dennis Oppenheim

1 of 3 folders. Photographs by Shunk-Kender.

1970-1971
I.A.78 Issue No.2: A Discussion with Terry Fox, Vito Acconci, and Dennis Oppenheim

2 of 3 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs of Fox's Hand Held Sheet and an announcement for live performances by Fox, Acconci, and Oppenheim at Reese Palley Gallery on January 15, 1971.

1970-1971
I.A.79 Issue No.2: A Discussion with Terry Fox, Vito Acconci, and Dennis Oppenheim

3 of 3 folders. Edited typescripts.

1970-1971
I.A.80 Issue No.2: 112 Greene Street-An Interview with Alan Saret and Jeffrey Lew.

1 of 3 folders. Nine black-and-white photographs by Miguel Rio Branco from works executed during the first exhibition at 112 Greene Street (October-December 1970). Includes reproductions of works by Alan Saret, Bill Beckley, Barry Le Va, Lee Jaffe, George Trakas, and Gordon Matta-Clark.

1970
I.A.81 Issue No.2: 112 Greene Street-An Interview with Alan Saret and Jeffrey Lew.

2 of 3 folders. Audio transcript of interview with Alan Saret and Jeffrey Lew.

1970
I.A.82* No.2: 112 Greene Street-An Interview with Alan Saret and Jeffrey Lew.

3 of 3 folders. Audio transcript of interview with Alan Saret and Jeffrey Lew.

1970
I.A.83 Issue No.2: Documents-Richard Serra

1 of 2 folders. Description of Serra's films.

1971
I.A.84* Issue No.2: Documents-Richard Serra

2 of 2 folders.

1971
I.A.85 Issue No.2: Documents-John Van Saun

Includes black-and-white photographs of Van Saun's Horizontal Test in Flight.

1971
I.A.86 Issue No.2: Documents-Dennis Oppenheim

Includes edited text and contact sheet of stills from Stomach X-Ray(1970).

1970-1971
I.A.87 Issue No.2: King for a Day by Bruce McLean

1 of 3 folders.

1970-1971
I.A.88 Issue No.2: King for a Day by Bruce McLean

2 of 3 folders. Includes photo documentation of Walk about/carry piece, Run Jump, Stand Piece, and Barnes Pond Area.

1970-1971
I.A.89 Issue No.2: King for a Day by Bruce McLean

3 of 3 folders. Includes photographs used in "King for a Day" spread.

1970-1971
I.A.90 Issue No.2: Mrs. Burke, I thought you were dead by William Wegman

1 of 5 folders. Eleven black-and-white photographs.

1970-1971
I.A.91 Issue No.2: Mrs. Burke, I thought you were dead by William Wegman

2 of 5 folders. Nine black-and-white photographs and typed text of "Bad News."

1970-1971
I.A.92 Issue No.2: Mrs. Burke, I thought you were dead by William Wegman

3 of 5 folders. Edited typescript of interview between Sharp and Wegman and a list of Wegman videotapes.

1970-1971
I.A.93 Issue No.2: Mrs. Burke, I thought you were dead by William Wegman

4 of 5 folders. Includes edited typescript of interview between Sharp and Wegman and six color slides.

1970-1971
I.A.94* Issue No.2: Mrs. Burke, I thought you were dead by William Wegman

5 of 5 folders. Includes two black-and-white photographs of Wegman's head in a coal pile.

1970-1971
I.A.95 Issue No.2: Advertisements

1 of 4 folders. Five photographs used in advertisements.

1970-1971
I.A.96 Issue No.2: Advertisements

2 of 4 folders. Correspondence, check lists, editorial notes, and sketches.

1970-1971
I.A.97 Issue No.2: Advertisements

3 of 4 folders.

1970-1971
I.A.98* Issue No.2: Advertisements

4 of 4 folders. Black-and-white photograph used in advertisement for Harry N. Abrams, Inc. and Milgo Art Systems (image of Richard Serra's Moe).

1970-1971
I.A.99 Issue No.2: Edited Typescript

1 of 2 folders.

1970-1971
I.A.100 Issue No.2: Edited Typescript

2 of 2 folders.

1970-1971
I.A.101 Issue No.2: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

2 of 2 folders.

1970-1971
I.A.102 Issue No.2: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

2 of 2 folders.

1970-1971
I.A.103 Issue No.2: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

3 of 4 folders. Miscellaneous loose mechanicals and editorial clippings.

1970-1971
I.A.104* Issue No.2: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

4 of 4 folders.

1970-1971
I.A.105 Issue No.2: Miscellaneous Correspondence 1970-1971
I.A.106 Issue No.2: Printed Issues

1 of 3 folders. Photocopy of issue.

1971
I.A.107 Issue No.2: Printed Issues

2 of 3 folders.

1971
I.A.108 Issue No.2: Printed Issues

3 of 3 folders.

1971
I.A.109 Issue No.3: Rumbles-Max Neuhaus

Includes correspondence between Béar and Neuhaus, contact sheets, and five black-and-white photographs.

1971
I.A.110 Issue No.3: Rumbles-Terry Fox

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence between Fox and Sharp, contact sheets, and five black-and-white film stills of Turgescent Sex.

1971
I.A.111 Issue No.3: Rumbles-Terry Fox

2 of 2 folders. Stills Fox's film, Turgescent Sex (filmed by Georges Bolling at the San Francisco Rose Street Studio).

1971
I.A.112 Issue No.3: Rumbles-A Space

Press releases, correspondence, and newsletters detailing happenings and performances held at A Space (Toronto).

1971
I.A.113 Issue No.3: Rumbles-Audrey Hemenway

Correspondence, artist's statement, and photographs.

1971
I.A.114 Issue No.3: Rumbles: Alan Sondheim

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence and writing samples of Sondheim's Various Titles and Ellipse Injection into Active Visual Field: Stages.

1971
I.A.115 Issue No.3: Rumbles: Alan Sondheim

2 of 2 folders. Includes a sampling of Sonheim's science fiction writing such as: "The Attributes of an Unnamed Planet," "Contributions to a Musical Aesthetics," and "Invisible Children."

1971
I.A.116 Issue No.3: Rumbles: Rafael Ferrer

Includes typescript of an interview between Rafael Ferrer and Stephen Prokopoff and installation photographs from an exhibition at The Institute of Contemporary Art at The University of Pennsylvania.

1971
I.A.117 Issue No.3: Rumbles

1 of 3 folders. Includes flyer for a Phillip Glass concert at the Whitney Museum of Art; a black-and-white photograph of Jackie Winsor and her Double Bound Circle; and a black-and-white photograph of Alan Saret's Delhi Ramp.

1971
I.A.118 Issue No.3: Rumbles

2 of 3 folders. Includes edited "Rumbles" text; an untitled photograph by Allen Ruppersberg; a photograph documenting Gilbert & George's "Singing Sculpture," Underneath the Arches, at the Sonnabend Gallery (September 25, 1971); and a signed agreement between Vito Acconci, Sharp and Béar in which Acconci takes full responsibility for any damages caused by his piece, Claim.

1971
I.A.119 Issue No.3: Rumbles

3 of 3 folders. Edited typescript of "Rumbles" section.

1971
I.A.120 Issue No.3: Jacks by Gordon Matta Clark 1971
I.A.121 Issue No.3: The Art of Searching: An Interview with David Tremlett

1 of 5 folders. Includes correspondence between Sharp and Tremlett and edited interview typescript.

1971
I.A.122 Issue No.3: The Art of Searching: An Interview with David Tremlett

2 of 5 folders. Includes eleven black-and-white photographs by David Bratfield of Tremlett's The Art of Searching; Reconditioning the Horizon.

1971
I.A.123 Issue No.3: The Art of Searching: An Interview with David Tremlett

3 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescripts.

1971
I.A.124 Issue No.3: The Art of Searching: An Interview with David Tremlett

4 of 5 folders. Interview typescript.

1971
I.A.125 Issue No.3: The Art of Searching: An Interview with David Tremlett

5 of 5 folders. Twenty-three black-and-white photographs, including images of Tremlett's The Art of Searching and Reconditioning the Horizon.

1971
I.A.126 Issue No. 3: A Metal Ring Encircling a Tree: An Interview with Ulrich Rückriem

1 of 2 folders. Edited typescript.

1971
I.A.127 Issue No. 3: A Metal Ring Encircling a Tree: An Interview with Ulrich Rückriem

2 of 2 folders. Twelve black-and-white photographs documenting Rückriem's A Metal Ring Encircling a Tree; Beyond Lawn and Order.

1971
I.A.128 Issue No.3: Discussions with Barry Le Va

1 of 11 folders. Artist research and notes.

1971
I.A.129 Issue No.3: Discussions with Barry Le Va

2 of 11 folders. Includes handwritten prepatory interview notes and edited interview typescript marked "Part One…June 8, 1971."

1971
I.A.130 Issue No.3: Discussions with Barry Le Va

3 of 11 folders. Edited interview typescript marked "Part One…June 8, 1971."

1971
I.A.131 Issue No.3: Discussions with Barry Le Va

4 of 11 folders. Edited interview typescript marked "Second Part August 2, 1971."

1971
I.A.132 Issue No.3: Discussions with Barry Le Va

5 of 11 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1971
I.A.133 Issue No.3: Discussions with Barry Le Va

6 of 11 folders. Edited typescript.

1971
I.A.134 Issue No.3: Discussions with Barry Le Va

7 of 11 folders. Includes correspondence between Sharp, Béar, and Le Va; description of Le Va's works including Rattle Snake Dance and Danger Zone Pieces (Slow Death Zones); and a copy of Process and Imagination: Design Quarterly, 74/74.

1971
I.A.135 Issue No.3: Discussions with Barry Le Va

8 of 11 folders. Edited interview transcript.

1971
I.A.136 Issue No.3: Discussions with Barry Le Va

9 of 11 folders. Twelve black-and-white photographs.

1971
I.A.137 Issue No.3: Discussions with Barry Le Va

10 of 11 folders. Twenty-two black-and-white photographs.

1971
I.A.138 Issue No.3: Discussions with Barry Le Va

11 of 11 folders. Seventeen black-and-white photographs.

1971
I.A.139 Issue No.3: Ululations by Bill Beckley

1 of 2 folders. Includes edited text, correspondence, contact sheets, and black-and-white photographs.

1971
I.A.140 Issue No.3: Ululations by Bill Beckley

2 of 2 folders. Twelve black-and-white photographs.

1971
I.A.141 Issue No.3: Christ Pythagoras by Italo Scanga

1 of 5 folders. Includes numerous correspondence between Sharp, Béar, and Scanga, black-and-white photographs, and edited text.

1971
I.A.142 Issue No.3: Christ Pythagoras by Italo Scanga

2 of 5 folders. Negatives and contact sheets.

1971
I.A.143 Issue No.3: Christ Pythagoras by Italo Scanga

3 of 5 folders. Eleven black-and-white photographs of Scanga making Christ & Pythagoras.

1971
I.A.144 Issue No.3: Christ Pythagoras by Italo Scanga

4 of 5 folders. Thirteen black-and-white photographs of Scanga making Christ & Pythagoras.

1971
I.A.145 Issue No.3: Christ Pythagoras by Italo Scanga

5 of 5 folders. Ten black-and-white photographs of Scanga making Christ & Pythagoras.

1971
I.A.146 Issue No.3: Observatory by Robert Morris

Includes draft of section layout and six black-and-white photographs.

1971
I.A.147 Issue No.3: Outcrops by George Trakas

1 of 3 folders.

1971
I.A.148* Issue No.3: Outcrops by George Trakas

2 of 3 folders. Mechanicals showing text layout and black-and-white photographs and sketches from Trakas' notebooks.

1971
I.A.149* Issue No.3: Outcrops by George Trakas

3 of 3 folders. Mechanicals, black-and-white photographs, and sketches from Trakas' notebooks.

1971
I.A.150 Issue No.3: Soap

1 of 2 folders. Includes sixteen black-and-white photographs documenting Joel Fisher making soap out of butter.

1971
I.A.151* Issue No.3: Soap

2 of 2 folders.

1971
I.A.152 Issue No.3: Advertisements

1 of 5 folders.

1971
I.A.153 Issue No.3: Advertisements

2 of 5 folders.

1971
I.A.154 Issue No.3: Advertisements

3 of 5 folders. Includes photographs and advertisement layouts.

1971
I.A.155 Issue No.3: Advertisements

4 of 5 folders.

1971
I.A.156* Issue No.3: Advertisements

5 of 5 folders. Black-and-white photograph for Gerald Byerley advertisement.

1971
I.A.157 Issue No.3: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

1 of 4 folders.

1971
I.A.158 Issue No.3: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

2 of 4 folders. Includes thirteen black-and-white photographs.

1971
I.A.159 Issue No.3: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

3 of 4 folders. Materials relating to font and typeset.

1971
I.A.160* Issue No.3: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

4 of 4 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs from front and back covers, page layout sketch, and page proof of Robert Morris' Observatory.

1971
I.A.161 Issue No.3: Miscellaneous Correspondence

Includes correspondence between Béar and Paul Rotterdam.

1971
I.A.162 Issue No.3: Printed Issue

1 of 2 folders. Includes two issues. Note: one issue missing first and last three pages.

1971
I.A.162 Issue No.3: Printed Issue

1 of 2 folders. Includes two issues. Note: one issue missing first and last three pages.

1971
I.A.163 Issue No.3: Printed Issue

2 of 2 folders. Photocopy of issue.

1971
I.A.164 Issue No.4: Rumbles

1 of 2 folders. Includes nine black-and-white photographs.

1971-1972
I.A.165* Issue No.4: Rumbles

2 of 2 folders. Poster for Bill Beckley at 98 Greene Street Loft.

1971-1972
I.A.166 Issue No.4: An Interview with Jackie Winsor

1 of 5 folders. Includes handwritten notes and descriptions of Winsor's work as well as edited interview tape transcript.

1971-1972
I.A.167 Issue No.4: An Interview with Jackie Winsor

2 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1971-1972
I.A.168 Issue No.4: An Interview with Jackie Winsor

3 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1971-1972
I.A.169 Issue No.4: An Interview with Jackie Winsor

4 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1971-1972
I.A.170 Issue No.4: An Interview with Jackie Winsor

5 of 5 folders. Contact sheets and twenty-five black-and-white installation photographs.

1971-1972
I.A.171 Issue No.4: Issue No.4: Lawrence Weiner at Amsterdam

1 of 3 folders. Includes correspondence, edited interview typescript, and contact sheets.

1971
I.A.172 No.4: Issue No.4: Lawrence Weiner at Amsterdam

2 of 3 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1971
I.A.173* No.4: Issue No.4: Lawrence Weiner at Amsterdam

3 of 3 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs.

1971
I.A.174 Issue No.4: Howard Fried: The Cheshire Cat

1 of 2 folders. Interview typescript.

1971
I.A.175* Issue No.4: Howard Fried: The Cheshire Cat

2 of 2 folders. Mock-ups for Fried's The Cheshire Cat-Part I.

1971
I.A.176 Issue No.4: Franz Erhard Walther: First Workset

Fourteen black-and-white photographs of Walther's First Workset. Photos by Timm Rautert.

1971
I.A.177 Issue No.4: Alice Aycock Four 36-38 Exposures

Three contact sheets.

1971-1972
I.A.178* Issue No.4: Hanne Darboven Words 1971
I.A.179 Issue No.4: Miscellaneous Correspondence

Three contact sheets.

1971
I.A.180 Issue No.4: Advertisements

1 of 2 folders. Includes photographs for advertisements.

1972
I.A.181* Issue No.4: Advertisements

2 of 2 folders. Advertisement mechanicals.

1972
I.A.182 Issue No.4: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

1 of 2 folders. Includes mechanical clippings and heads.

1972
I.A.183 Issue No.4: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

2 of 2 folders. Includes edited typescript.

1972
I.A.184 Issue No.4: Printed Issues

1 of 5 folders.

1972
I.A.185 Issue No.4: Printed Issues

2 of 5 folders.

1972
I.A.186 Issue No.4: Printed Issues

3 of 5 folders.

1972
I.A.187 Issue No.4: Printed Issues

4 of 5 folders. Note preexisting water damage.

1972
I.A.188 Issue No.4: Printed Issues

5 of 5 folders.

1972
I.A.189 IIssue No.5: Rumbles-Hiro Kosaka

Includes editors' notes, edited text, and correspondence.

1972
I.A.190 Issue No.5: Rumbles-Trisha Brown

1 of 2 folders. Includes edited text and photographs.

1972
I.A.191* Issue No.5: Rumbles-Trisha Brown

2 of 2 folders. Two black-and-white photographs of Brown preforming Accumulation.

1972
I.A.192 Issue No.5: Rumbles-Neil Evans

Includes correspondence between Béar and Evans; descriptions of Evan's work; and twelve black-and-white photographs.

1972
I.A.193 Issue No.5: Rumbles-Bruce McLean

Correspondence between McLean and Béar.

1972
I.A.194 Issue No.5: Rumbles-David Tremlett

Includes correspondence between Sharp, Béar, and Tremlett.

1972
I.A.195 Issue No.5: Rumbles

1 of 4 folders.

1972
I.A.196 Issue No.5: Rumbles

2 of 4 folders. Includes edited typescript of section.

1972
I.A.197 Issue No.5: Rumbles

3 of 4 folders. Includes edited typescript of section.

1972
I.A.198* Issue No.5: Rumbles

4 of 4 folders. Two exhibition posters for Dennis Oppenheim's Continuous Projections Outdoors at Sonnabend Gallery and two black-and-white photographs documenting a performance by Tina Girouard, Carol Gooden, Suzanne Harris, and Rachel Lew.

1972
I.A.199 Issue No.5: Direkte Demokratie: Joseph Beuys Rapping at Documenta 5

Includes edited text and two black-and-white photographs.

1972
I.A.200 Issue No.5: Braco Dimitrijević, Casual Passers-by I Met 1972
I.A.201 Issue No.5: Structure and Sensibility: An Interview with Jannis Kounellis 1972
I.A.202 Issue No.5: Phil Glass: An Interview in Two Parts

1 of 3 folders. Includes handwritten editorial notes and edited introduction text.

1972
I.A.203 Issue No.5: Phil Glass: An Interview in Two Parts

2 of 3 folders. Includes edited interview typescript.

1972
I.A.204 Issue No.5: Phil Glass: An Interview in Two Parts

3 of 3 folders. Includes edited interview typescript marked "Phil Glass Rome."

1972
I.A.205 Issue No.5: Illustrated Time-Proscenium II

Edited text of performance, which occurred on July 3, 1972 at the Stadt Theatre Kassel, Germany. Performance involved Keith Sonnier, Tina Girouard, Suzanne Harris, Richard Landry, and Kurt Munkasci.

1972
I.A.206 Issue No.5: Yvonne Rainer

1 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1972
I.A.207 Issue No.5: Yvonne Rainer

2 of 5 folders. Includes artist research and edited interview typescript. Also includes descriptions of works by Rainer such as: Continuous Project-Altered Daily (1970), Grand Union Dreams (1971), and Walk she Said (1972).

1972
I.A.208 Issue No.5: Yvonne Rainer

3 of 5 folders. Interview typescript.

1972
I.A.209 Issue No.5: Yvonne Rainer

4 of 5 folders. Includes edited interview typescript.

1972
I.A.210* Issue No.5: Yvonne Rainer

5 of 5 folders. Poster for Yvonne Rainer and John Erdman at the Festival D'Automne a Paris 1972.

1972
I.A.211 Issue No.5: Advertisements

Includes three black-and-white photographs.

1972
I.A.212 Issue No.5: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

Includes masthead and photo credits.

1972
I.A.213 Issue No.5: Printed Issues

1 of 2 folders. Includes one issue. Note: preexisting water damage.

1972
I.A.214 Issue No.5: Printed Issues

2 of 2 folders. Photocopy of issue.

1972
I.A.215 Issue No.6: Early Work: Movement Over a Page

Three black-and-white photographs.

1971-1972
I.A.216 Issue No.6: Body as Place - Moving in on Myself, Performing Myself

Includes edited descriptions of Vito Acconci performance pieces as well as photographs of Centers, Step Piece, Passes, Openings, Conversions, and Room Piece.

1971-1972
I.A.217 Issue No.6: Peopled Space - Performing Myself Through Another Agent

Includes descriptions, sketches, and black-and-white photographs documenting Vito Acconci's Sounding Board (preformed at A Space, Toronto, July 1971), Runoff, Security Zone, Learning Piece, and Following Piece.

1971
I.A.218 Issue No.6: Powerfield - Exchange Points - Transformations

Includes black-and-white photographs of Vito Acconci's Cross-Fronts, Fitting Rooms I & II, Cross-Fronts, Seedbed, Compensation/Displacement Area, and an audio transcript of Memory Box III (Vanishing Point).

1971-1972
I.A.219 Issue No.6: Concentration - Container - Assimilation

Includes black-and-white images of Vito Acconci's Association Area, Supply Room and Private Property.

1971-1972
I.A.220 Issue No.6: Occupied Zone - Moving In, Performing on Another Agent

Descriptions and photographs of Pull, Control Box, Performance Test, and Broadjump 71.

1971
I.A.221 Issue No.6: Excerpts from Tapes with Liza Béar

1 of 4 folders. Includes edited interview typescript marked "first draught" and edited interview text inserts.

1971-1972
I.A.222 Issue No.6: Excerpts from Tapes with Liza Béar

2 of 4 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1971-1972
I.A.223 Issue No.6: Excerpts from Tapes with Liza Béar

3 of 4 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1972
I.A.224 Issue No.6: Excerpts from Tapes with Liza Béar

4 of 4 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1972
I.A.225 Issue No.6: Interview between Willoughby Sharp and Vito Acconci

1 of 2 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1971
I.A.226 Issue No.6: Interview between Willoughby Sharp and Vito Acconci

2 of 2 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1971
I.A.227 Issue No.6: Bibliography 1972
I.A.228 Issue No.6: Index 1972
I.A.229 Issue No.6: Descriptions of Vito Acconci Pieces

1 of 2 folders. Edited descriptions of works by Acconci included in issue no. 6. Original folder marked "old."

1972
I.A.230 Issue No.6: Descriptions of Vito Acconci Pieces

2 of 2 folders. Edited descriptions of Acconci's pieces included in issue no. 6. Marked "old."

1972
I.A.231 Issue No.6: Edited Issue Typescripts

1 of 12 folders. Originally marked "draft."

1972
I.A.232 Issue No.6: Edited Issue Typescripts

2 of 12 folders. Originally marked "draft."

1972
I.A.233 Issue No.6: Edited Issue Typescripts

3 of 12 folders. Originally marked "draft." Includes handwritten text inserts.

1972
I.A.234 Issue No.6: Edited Issue Typescripts

4 of 12 folders. Originally marked "draft." Includes handwritten text inserts.

1972
I.A.235 Issue No.6: Edited Issue Typescripts

5 of 12 folders. Originally marked "draft." Includes handwritten text inserts.

1972
I.A.236 Issue No.6: Edited Issue Typescripts

6 of 12 folders. Originally marked "draft." Includes handwritten text inserts.

1972
I.A.237 Issue No.6: Edited Issue Typescripts

7 of 12 folders.

I.A.238 Issue No.6: Edited Issue Typescripts

8 of 12 folders.

1972
I.A.239 Issue No.6: Edited Issue Typescripts

9 of 12 folders.

1972
I.A.240 Issue No.6: Edited Issue Typescripts

10 of 12 folders.

1972
I.A.241 Issue No.6: Edited Issue Typescripts

11 of 12 folders.

1972
I.A.242 Issue No.6: Edited Issue Typescripts

12 of 12 folders.

1972
I.A.243 Issue No.6: Typescript 1972
I.A.244 Issue No.6: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

Includes interview notes and questions, table of contents layout, and photo credits.

1972
I.A.245 Issue No.6: Advertisements

Includes black-and-white photographs for CTL Electronics Inc. advertisement.

1972
I.A.246 Issue No.6: Miscellaneous Correspondence

Includes gallery announcement for Vito Acconci show, Behavior Fields--Transaction Arenas--Training Grounds--Maneuver Positions, at Sonnabend Gallery.

1972
I.A.247 Issue No. 6: Miscellaneous Photographs

1 of 5 folders.

1972
I.A.248 Issue No. 6: Miscellaneous Photographs

2 of 5 folders.

1972
I.A.249 Issue No. 6: Miscellaneous Photographs

3 of 5 folders.

1972
I.A.250 Issue No. 6: Miscellaneous Photographs

4 of 5 folders.

1972
I.A.251 Issue No. 6: Miscellaneous Photographs

5 of 5 folders.

1972
I.A.252 Issue No.6: Printed Issues

1 of 3 folders. Note: preexisting water damage and ripped cover.

1972
I.A.253 Issue No.6: Printed Issues

2 of 3 folders.

1972
I.A.254 Issue No.6: Printed Issues

3 of 3 folders. Photocopy of issue.

1972
I.A.255 Issue No.7: Rumbles-Informació d'Art Concepte 1973 a Banyoles

Includes two Grup de Treball catalogues.

1973
I.A.256 Issue No.7: Rumbles-Mary Miss

Includes "Rumbles" text on Mary Miss; a gallery announcement for show at 55 Mercer St.; and a press release from The Museum of Modern Art for Seven.

I.A.257 Issue No.7: Rumbles-Urs Lüthi

Includes correspondence and artist biography.

1973
I.A.258 Issue No.7: Rumbles-Paul McMahon

Includes correspondence, edited "Rumbles" text, performance flyers, and announcements.

1973
I.A.259 Issue No.7: Rumbles-Tania Mouraud

Includes artist biography, gallery catalogue from the Centro Apollinaire (Milan), and black-and-white photographs of Can I Be Something That I Possess?, Is a Name Given to a Form?, Is a Name Given to a Function?

1973
I.A.260 Issue No.7: Rumbles-Tim Johnson

Includes correspondence, twenty-two black-and-white photographs, and edited text of "Rumbles" section.

1973
I.A.261 Issue No.7: Rumbles-Publications

Includes Alan Sondheim's Typed Glossolalia: Computer Analysis of Determinism in Man (1972).

1973
I.A.262 Issue No.7: Rumbles-Video News

Includes two black-and-white photographs/stills from Juan Downey's Plato Now and a press release for Marien Lewis' Marien's Media Bed.

1973
I.A.263 Issue No.7: Rumbles

1 of 9 folders. Miscellaneous materials for "Rumbles" section. Includes announcement for Act III, a performance by Daniel Buren at the New Theatre; an announcement for Jared Bark at 112 Greene Street; and a press release for Projects: Robert Whitman at The Museum of Modern Art.

1973
I.A.264 Issue No.7: Rumbles

2 of 9 folders. Miscellaneous materials for "Rumbles" section; originally marked "Messages." Includes pamphlet for the John Bull Puncture Repair Kit: "Stampa 2" newsletter; and an announcement for Ray Johnson's new book Cannibal, Piss.

1973
I.A.265 Issue No.7: Rumbles

3 of 9 folders. Miscellaneous materials for "Rumbles" section. Includes correspondence from Duff Schweninger; gallery announcement for David Tremlett show at Harold Rivkin (Washington, D.C.); a press release for Tremlett exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art; and a description of Bill Beirng's Circle Piece.

1973
I.A.266 Issue No.7: Rumbles

4 of 9 folders. Miscellaneous materials for "Rumbles" section. Includes photographs and descriptions of work by Goran Trbuljak.

1973
I.A.267 Issue No.7: Rumbles

5 of 9 folders. Miscellaneous materials for "Rumbles" section. Includes press release for Diane Arbus show at The Museum of Modern Art; flyer and calendar for The Grand Union; and exhibition flyer for performances by Dickie Landry, Mabou Mines, and Eads Hill at The Kitchen.

1973
I.A.268 Issue No. 7: Rumbles

6 of 9 folders. Edited section typescript.

1973
I.A.269 Issue No. 7: Rumbles

7 of 9 folders. Edited section typescript.

1973
I.A.270* Issue No. 7: Rumbles

8 of 9 folders. Includes cover of The New York Post from September 9, 1972; flyer for the Second Annual Video Arts Festival at The Kitchen; poster detailing upcoming exhibitions at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts; and a poster with calendar of events at Everson Museum of Art (poster includes film stills of television interview between Frank Gillette and Sharp on April 1973).

1972-1973
I.A.271* Issue No. 7: Rumbles

9 of 9 folders. Mechanicals for "Rumbles" section; includes sketches.

1973
I.A.272 Issue No.7: Rumbles-Marked "Rejects"

1 of 2 folders. Includes the first two chapters of Cynthia Bickley's book, A Small Coloring Book of Sound Poems (with visuals) and a small brown paper bag from Ecart gallery (Geneva) with miscellaneous ephemera.

1973
I.A.273 Issue No.7: Rumbles-Marked "Rejects"

2 of 2 folders. Includes announcement for Suzanne Harris' first one woman exhibition at 112 Greene Gallery, correspondence, and eleven black-and-white photographs, including images of Alighiero Boetti's Untitled (Victoria Boogie-Woogie), and Untitled (Map of the World Hand Woven In Afghanistan).

1972-1973
I.A.274 Issue No.7: The Gold-diggers of '84: An Interview with General Idea

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence between General Idea's Marcel Idea (Michael Morris), Béar, and Sharp; four black-and-white photographs documenting Marcel Idea and the Miss General Idea Pavilion, AA Bronson at the Miss General Idea Pageant (1971), and Miss Tina setting her General Idea gown on fire. Also includes a portrait of Ms. Tina marked: "Toronto contestant for the 1971 Miss General Idea Pageant, tantalizes Willoughby Sharp."

1971-1973
I.A.275 Issue No.7: The Gold-diggers of '84: An Interview with General Idea

2 of 2 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.276 Issue No.7: Different Strokes for Different Folks: An Interview with Van Schley

1 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1972-1973
I.A.277 Issue No.7: Different Strokes for Different Folks: An Interview with Van Schley

2 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1972-1973
I.A.278 Issue No.7: Different Strokes for Different Folks: An Interview with Van Schley

3 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1972-1973
I.A.279 Issue No.7: Different Strokes for Different Folks: An Interview with Van Schley

4 of 5 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs and contact sheet clippings.

1972-1973
I.A.280 Issue No.7: Different Strokes for Different Folks: An Interview with Van Schley

5 of 5 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs and a color poster of Los Angeles Lakers player, Jerry West.

1972-1973
I.A.281 Issue No.7: Shuck Jive (Interview with Lowell Darling)

1 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.282 Issue No.7: Shuck Jive (Interview with Lowell Darling)

2 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.283 Issue No.7: Shuck Jive (Interview with Lowell Darling)

3 of 5 folders. Includes collages, pamphlets, and writings.

1971-1973
I.A.284 Issue No.7: Shuck Jive (Interview with Lowell Darling)

4 of 5 folders. Includes series of correspondence on The Association for the Study of Hippos and The Carbondale Nail Project and four black-and-white photographs.

1969-1973
I.A.285* Issue No.7: Shuck Jive (Interview with Lowell Darling)

5 of 5 folders. Four black-and-white photographs.

I.A.286 Issue No.7: Man Ray, Do You Want To… An Interview with William Wegman

1 of 3 folders. Includes correspondence, edited photograph captions, and an interview typescript.

1973
I.A.287 Issue No.7: Man Ray, Do You Want To… An Interview with William Wegman

2 of 3 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.288 Issue No.7: Man Ray, Do You Want To… An Interview with William Wegman

3 of 3 folders. Includes twenty black-and-white stills from Wegman's Man Ray, Do You Want To…, Spelling Lesson, Same Old Shirt, Straw and String and Emperor and Dish and a press release from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

1972-1973
I.A.289 Issue No.7: "… a Kind of a Huh?" An Interview with Edward Ruscha by Willoughby Sharp

1 of 4 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.290 Issue No.7: "… a Kind of a Huh?" An Interview with Edward Ruscha by Willoughby Sharp

2 of 4 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.291 Issue No.7: "… a Kind of a Huh?" An Interview with Edward Ruscha by Willoughby Sharp

3 of 4 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.292 Issue No.7: "… a Kind of a Huh?" An Interview with Edward Ruscha by Willoughby Sharp

4 of 4 folders. Eleven black-and-white photographs of Ruscha by Carol Mersereau and contact sheets.

1973
I.A.293 Issue No.7: Advertisements

1 of 2 folders. Includes advertisement checklist, correspondence, miscellaneous postcards, and Avalanche subscription cards.

1973
I.A.294 Issue No.7: Advertisements

2 of 2 folders. Includes gallery announcement for Vito Acconci performance at Modern Art Agency (Naples, Italy); correspondence between Sharp and Marilena Bonomo; and a black-and-white photograph of Robert Wade's Criminal Wall at the Tyler Museum of Art.

1972-1973
I.A.295 Issue No.7: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

1 of 3 folders. Miscellaneous editorial and production materials. Includes handwritten notes, sketches of issue layout, edited table of contents, and masthead details.

1973
I.A.296 Issue No.7: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

2 of 3 folders. Includes announcement for an architecture show at 112 Greene St. and correspondence from Gordon MattaClark to Béar.

1973
I.A.297* Issue No.7: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

3 of 3 folders. Copy of Interview from April 1973 with editorial sketches and notes for Avalanche on front and back cover.

1973
I.A.298 Issue No.7: Printed Issues

1 of 2 folders.

1973
I.A.299 Issue No.7: Printed Issues

2 of 3 folders.

1973
I.A.300 Issue No.7: Printed Issues

3 of 3 folders.

1973
I.A.301 Issue No.8: Rumbles-Maria Nordman

Includes correspondence between Nordman and Béar. Note: Some in fragile condition.

1973
I.A.302 Issue No.8: Rumbles-Publications

Includes editorial notes and edited section typescript.

1973
I.A.303 Issue No.8: Rumbles

1 of 6 folders. Includes press release for the publication of Ellsworth Kelly by E.C. Goossen and the Ellsworth Kelly Retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art. Also includes fundraising letter from Angela Davis and the National Legal Defense Fund.

1973
I.A.304 Issue No.8: Rumbles

2 of 6 folders. Includes gallery announcements from the Texas Gallery; exhibition announcement for Gilbert & George's Reclining Drunk (An Ash Tray/Collapsed Bottle Sculpture) at Nigel Greenwood Gallery; The Westbaydadaist (no.5); correspondence between Béar and Suzy Lake; seven black-and-white photographs including a portrait of Phillip Glass; and a press release for Twentieth Century Illustrated Books at Emily Lowe Gallery.

1973
I.A.305 Issue No.8: Rumbles

3 of 6 folders. Includes press release for "Museum Workers Call Support Demonstration for Museum of Modern Art Strikers Wednesday November 14, 12-2" and a fact sheet for The Professional and Administrative Staff Association of The Museum of Modern Art (PASTA). Also includes press release announcing Barry Flanagan's postponement of exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art in support of PASTA strike.

1973
I.A.306 Issue No.8: Rumbles

4 of 6 folders. Includes letter from Ray Johnson and edited section typescript.

1972-1973
I.A.307 Issue No.8-Rumbles

5 of 6 folders. Marked "possible." Includes Audio Art pamphlet and a copy of A World Without…What Our Presidents Didn't Know by Jerome Agel.

1972-1973
I.A.308* Issue No.8-Rumbles

6 of 6 folders. Includes Angela Davis' "We Are Here to Build a United Organization" from World Magazine; "PASTA MOMA, or the strike-bound MoMA" by Jeannie Weiffenbach; and a poster for 11 From Washington at 55 Mercer.

1973
I.A.309 Issue No.8: A Drinking Sculpture by Gilbert George 1973
I.A.310 Issue No.8: Business as Usual at the Western Front (Interview)

1 of 2 folders. Includes edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.311 Issue No.8: Business as Usual at the Western Front (Interview)

2 of 2 folders. Includes edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.312 Issue No.8: The Grand Union 'There Were Some Good Moments…

1 of 2 folders. Includes sixteen black-and-white photographs.

1973
I.A.313 Issue No.8: The Grand Union 'There Were Some Good Moments…

2 of 2 folders. Includes edited text and six photographs.

1973
I.A.314 Issue No. 8: Tina Girouard 'If I'm Lyin' I'm Dyin' On the Road to Catahoula: A Dialogue with Liza Béar

1 of 5 folders. Includes editorial notes, photo captions, artist biography, and an announcement for The Bridge Proposal (a series of workshops, lectures, dialogues, and performances between Barbara Lloyd and Tina Girouard).

1973
I.A.315 Issue No. 8: Tina Girouard 'If I'm Lyin' I'm Dyin' On the Road to Catahoula: A Dialogue with Liza Béar

2 of 8 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.316 Issue No. 8: Tina Girouard 'If I'm Lyin' I'm Dyin' On the Road to Catahoula: A Dialogue with Liza Béar

3 of 8 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.317 Issue No. 8: Tina Girouard 'If I'm Lyin' I'm Dyin' On the Road to Catahoula: A Dialogue with Liza Béar

4 of 8 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.318 Issue No. 8: Tina Girouard 'If I'm Lyin' I'm Dyin' On the Road to Catahoula: A Dialogue with Liza Béar

5 of 8 folders. Edited interview typescripts.

1973
I.A.319 Issue No. 8: Tina Girouard 'If I'm Lyin' I'm Dyin' On the Road to Catahoula: A Dialogue with Liza Béar

6 of 8 folders. Includes fifteen black-and-white photographs.

1973
I.A.320 Issue No. 8: Tina Girouard 'If I'm Lyin' I'm Dyin' On the Road to Catahoula: A Dialogue with Liza Béar

7 of 8 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1973
I.A.321 Issue No. 8: Tina Girouard 'If I'm Lyin' I'm Dyin' On the Road to Catahoula: A Dialogue with Liza Béar

8 of 8 folders. Includes postcards, black-and-white photographs, and contact sheets.

1973
I.A.322 Issue No.8: Chris Burden-The Church of Human Energy. An Interview with Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar

1 of 2 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs documenting Bed Piece, Icarus, Prelude to 220, or 110 and 747.

View PDF of folder I.A.322

1973
I.A.323 Issue No.8: Chris Burden-The Church of Human Energy. An Interview with Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar

2 of 2 folders. Includes edited interview typescript.

View PDF of folder I.A.323

1973
I.A.324 Issue No.8: Exchange '73: From a Videotape by Robert Morris

Twenty-two black-and-white photographs by Gwenn Thomas.

I.A.325 Issue No.8: Advertisements

1 of 2 folders. Includes seven black-and-white photographs used in advertisements; a mock-up for advertisement for Suzy Lake at Vehicule; and a black-and-white transparency for a Max's Kansas City advertisement.

1973
I.A.326 Issue No.8: Advertisements

2 of 2 folders. Includes advertisement check-lists, drafts of advertisement text, and six black-and-white photographs.

1973
I.A.327* Issue No.8: Advertisements

3 of 3 folders. Three black-and-white photographs.

1973
I.A.328 Issue No.8: Edited Typescript 1973
I.A.329 Issue No.8: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

1 of 2 folders. Includes Robert Smithson biography produced by Dwan Gallery; three black-and-white photographs; letter between Sharp and Smithson; and sketch for front cover.

1973
I.A.330 Issue No.8: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

2 of 2 folders.

1973
I.A.331 Issue No.8: Printed Issues

1 of 5 folders. Note: issues have preexisting water damage.

1973
I.A.332 Issue No.8: Printed Issues

2 of 5 folders. Note: issues have preexisting water damage.

1973
I.A.333 Issue No.8: Printed Issues

3 of 5 folders. Note: issues have preexisting water damage.

1973
I.A.334 Issue No.8: Printed Issues

4 of 5 folders. Note: issues have preexisting water damage.

1973
I.A.335 Issue No.8: Printed Issues

5 of 5 folders. Includes printed issue (without water damage) and photocopy of issue.

1973
I.A.336 Issue No.9: Rumbles-Publications 1974
I.A.337 Issue No.9: Rumbles

1 of 3 folders. Originally marked "rejects." Miscellaneous documents relating to Les Petites Bon Bons including certificates for "Poetic License" and the "Iggy Pop School of Teenage Rebellion."

1974
I.A.338 Issue No.9: Rumbles

2 of 3 folders. Originally marked "rejects." Twenty-three black-and-white photographs documenting Prop and Throwing Clay.

1974
I.A.339 Issue No.9: Rumbles

3 of 3 folders. Marked "rejects." Includes "Some Information on the Documentary Film Being Produced by Peter Kennedy"; Barbara Smith's The Longest Day of Night; three related black-and-white photographs with one photograph marked "Mystery Photo" by Geoff Hendricks.

1974
I.A.340* Issue No.9: Rumbles 1974
I.A.341 Issue No.9: Willoughby Sharp…Help

1 of 2 folders. Includes notes and sketches on Sharp's video performances, Great Body, Women, Untitled, Tina Where Are You?, Feel, and Help. Also includes edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.342 Issue No.9: Willoughby Sharp…Help

2 of 2 folders. Edited typescript.

1974
I.A.343 Issue No.9: Chris Burden…Back to You

Edited interview typescript.

View PDF of folder I.A.343

1974
I.A.344 Issue No.9: Richard Serra Robert Bell…Prisoner's Dilemma

1 of 2 folders. Edited typescript of Bell portion of the interview.

1974
I.A.345 Issue No.9: Richard Serra Robert Bell…Prisoner's Dilemma

2 of 2 folders. Includes captions for Serra photographs and edited typescript of Serra portion of the interview.

1974
I.A.346 Issue No.9: Joseph Beuys…A Public Dialogue

Edited transcript from Beuys's "Public Dialogue" at the New School of Social Research on Jan. 11, 1974

1974
I.A.347 Issue No.9: Some Moments at 112

Includes edited typescript of interview between Charles Hill and Béar.

1974
I.A.348 Issue No.9: Vito Acconci…Command Performance

1 of 5 folders. Includes handwritten notes and interview transcript.

1974
I.A.349 Issue No.9: Vito Acconci…Command Performance

2 of 5 folders. Written descriptions and transcripts for various Acconci performances, including Stanza, Line-Up, Ballroom, Public Domain.

1972-1974
I.A.350 Issue No.9: Vito Acconci…Command Performance

3 of 5 folders. Written descriptions and transcripts for various Acconci performances, including Stop-Over and Air-Time.

1972-1974
I.A.351 Issue No.9: Vito Acconci…Command Performance

4 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.352 Issue No.9: Vito Acconci…Command Performance

5 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.353 Issue No.9: Keith Sonnier…New York-L.A. Hook-up

Edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.354 Issue No.9: William Wegman…Pathetic Readings

Edited transcript of Wegman's audiotape from his Video Performance at 112 Greene on January 14, 1974.

1974
I.A.355 Issue No.9: Edited Typescript

1 of 2 folders.

1974
I.A.356 Issue No.9: Edited Typescript

2 of 2 folders.

1974
I.A.357 Issue No.9: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

Includes letter and text by Ulrike Rosenbach and thirteen black-and-white photographs, including film still of Joseph Beuys.

1974
I.A.358* Issue No.9: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

Printed, full-size, issue page proofs with handwritten edits and notations.

1974
I.A.359 Issue No.9: Advertisements 1974
I.A.360* Issue No.9: Advertisements

Includes list of videotapes and films available through the Leo Castelli Gallery.

1974
I.A.361* Issue No.9: Printed Issue 1974
I.A.362 Issue No.10: Rumbles

1 of 2 folders. Includes edited draft of "Messages"; letter to Sharp from J.O. Mallender; announcement for Juxtaposed Contained Revealed (Barbara Dilley and Tina Girouard) at The Kitchen; and a copy of Brunno Locci's Full Time (published by Flash Art Edizioni).

1974
I.A.363 Issue No.10: Rumbles

2 of 2 folders. Includes black-and-white photograph/announcement for a reading by William Burroughs at the Pacific Cinematiheque Pacifique; black-and-white photograph of Father Guido Sarducci with Kathleen and Lowell Darling; and an edited section typescript.

1974
I.A.364 Issue No.10: Stephen Laub's Projections

1 of 3 folders. Includes exhibition announcement for Laub's Perfect Strangers at the Fort Worth Art Museum.; five black-and-white photographs; correspondence; and an edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.365 Issue No.10: Stephen Laub's Projections

2 of 3 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.366 Issue No.10: Stephen Laub's Projections

3 of 3 folders. Six black-and-white photographs of Laub's My Father and a Friend From School.

1973
I.A.367 Issue No.10: Terry Fox-Children's Videotapes

1 of 3 folders. Includes edited interview typescript and contact sheet with film stills.

1974
I.A.368 Issue No.10: Terry Fox-Childrens' Videotapes

2 of 2 folders. Includes twenty-two black-and-white film stills from Fox's Childrens' Videotapes.

1974
I.A.369* Issue No.10: Terry Fox-Childrens' Videotapes

3 of 3 folders. Poster for Childrens' Videotapes at Everson Museum of Art.

1974
I.A.370 Issue No.10: Gordon Matta-Clark-Splitting (The Humphrey Street Building)

1 of 5 folders. Includes printed and bound copy of Splitting (note: preexisting water damage) and nine black-and-white photographs of the Humphrey Street Building during and after Matta-Clark's interventions.

1974
I.A.371 Issue No.10: Gordon Matta-Clark-Splitting (The Humphrey Street Building)

2 of 5 folders. Includes typescript and sketches for Splitting.

1974
I.A.372 Issue No.10: Gordon Matta-Clark-Splitting (The Humphrey Street Building)

3 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescripts.

1974
I.A.373 Issue No.10: Gordon Matta-Clark-Splitting (The Humphrey Street Building)

4 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.374 Issue No.10: Gordon Matta-Clark-Splitting (The Humphrey Street Building)

5 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.375 Issue No. 10: The Phil Glass Ensemble-Music in Twelve Parts

1 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript

1974
I.A.376 Issue No. 10: The Phil Glass Ensemble-Music in Twelve Parts

2 of 5 folders. Includes photocopied music articles from The SoHo Weekly and an edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.377 Issue No. 10: The Phil Glass Ensemble-Music in Twelve Parts

3 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.378 Issue No. 10: The Phil Glass Ensemble-Music in Twelve Parts

4 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.379 Issue No. 10: The Phil Glass Ensemble-Music in Twelve Parts

5 of 5 folders. Twenty-seven black-and-white portraits by Gwenn Thomas.

1974
I.A.380 Issue No.10: Daniel Buren-Kunst Bleibt Politik

1 of 3 folders. Includes partial interview transcript (note: cut in pieces), a contact sheet, correspondence (note: in French) and eight black-and-white photographs from Kunst Bleibt Politik.

1974
I.A.381 Issue No.10: Daniel Buren-Kunst Bleibt Politik

2 of 3 folders. Includes handwritten interview transcript (note: in French), editorial notes, and "J'ATTAQUE: Cologne--Project 74--'Kunst Bleibt Kunst."

1974
I.A.382 Issue No.10: Daniel Buren-Kunst Bleibt Politik

3 of 3 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.383 Issue No.10: Joel Fisher-As Strong as a Spider's Web

1 of 5 folders. Includes thirteen black-and-white photographs.

1974
I.A.384 Issue No.10: Joel Fisher-As Strong as a Spider's Web

2 of 5 folders. Includes correspondence and edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.385 Issue No.10: Joel Fisher-As Strong as a Spider's Web

3 of 5 folders. Includes correspondence and edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.386 Issue No.10: Joel Fisher-As Strong as a Spider's Web

4 of 5 folders. Includes edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.387* Issue No.10: Joel Fisher-As Strong as a Spider's Web

5 of 5 folders. "Joel Fisher Berliner...Künstlerprogramm (DAAD)."

1974
I.A.388 Issue No.10: Hans Haacke-Manet/Projekt '74

Includes Haacke's "On the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum's Censorship of My Work for Project '74" and edited article text.

1974
I.A.389 Issue No. 10: Jack Smith-Fear Ritual of Shark Museum

1 of 2 folders. Includes nine black-and-white photographs, contact sheets, and edited interview typescript.

1974
I.A.390* Issue No. 10: Jack Smith-Fear Ritual of Shark Museum

2 of 2 folders. Two black-and-white photographs.

1974
I.A.391 Issue No.10: Simone Forti-Dancing at the Fence

Includes edited interview transcript and draft of essay by Forti in which she writes about her process of studying and creating movement by watching animals "dance" at the zoo.

1974
I.A.392 Issue No.10: Schley/Adler-World Run

Includes seven black-and-white photographs of World Run a global art piece by Van Schley and Billy Adler. Also includes a short description of the project.

1974
I.A.393 Issue No.10: Miscellaneous Editorial

1 of 2 folders.

1974
I.A.394* Issue No.10: Miscellaneous Editorial

2 of 2 folders. Includes mechanicals with black-and-white photographs and page layout sketches.

1974
I.A.395 Issue No.10: Advertisements

1 of 2 folders. Includes eight black-and-white photographs.

1974
I.A.396* Issue No.10: Advertisements

2 of 2 folders. Advertisement mechanicals.

1974
I.A.397* Issue No.10: Printed Issues 1974
I.A.398 Issue No. 11: Rumbles

1 of 5 folders. Includes edited typescript of "Films" section; edited description and film stills of Mary Miss's film Cut-Off (1974-75); edited description of Virginia Piersol's film Left-Hand Throw(1973)

1975
I.A.399 Issue No. 11: Rumbles

2 of 5 folders. Includes gallery announcements for Richard Long at Galerie Yvon Lambert; Peter Downsbrough's Two Lines; Helen Douglas and Telfer Stokes's book Loophole (Weproductions); black-and-white film stills of Nancy Holt's Pine Barrens; and black-and-white film stills of Mary Miss's Cut-Off.

1975
I.A.400 Issue No. 11: Rumbles

3 of 5 folders. Women in Photography: A Historical Survey catalogue from exhibition at The San Francisco Museum of Art (April 18-June 15, 1975).

1975
I.A.401 Issue No. 11: Rumbles

4 of 5 folders. Includes edited section typescript.

1975
I.A.402 Issue No. 11: Rumbles

5 of 5 folders. Includes edited typescript of "Messages" and "Publications" sections.

1975
I.A.403 Issue No.11: Joel Shapiro-Torquing

1 of 8 folders. Includes edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.404 Issue No.11: Joel Shapiro-Torquing

2 of 8 folders. Includes edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.405 Issue No.11: Joel Shapiro-Torquing

3 of 8 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.406 Issue No.11: Joel Shapiro-Torquing

4 of 8 folders. Includes edited interview typescript and sixteen black-and-white photographs documenting Shapiro's Ladder, Untitled (coffin), Untitled (house), Untitled (horse), Bird and other works.

1973-1975
I.A.407 Issue No.11: Joel Shapiro-Torquing

5 of 8 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs and contact sheets by Gwenn Thomas, which document Shapiro working in studios at 54 Leonard Street, 93 Grand Street, and a foundry in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

1975
I.A.408 Issue No.11: Joel Shapiro-Torquing

6 of 8 folders. Handwritten editorial notes and edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.409 Issue No.11: Joel Shapiro-Torquing

7 of 8 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.410 Issue No.11: Joel Shapiro-Torquing

8 of 8 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.411 Issue No.11: Darcy Lange Videography: Work

1 of 3 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.412 Issue No.11: Darcy Lange Videography: Work

2 of 3 folders. Includes edited interview typescript and contact sheets.

1975
I.A.413 Issue No.11: Darcy Lange Videography: Work

3 of 3 folders. Includes eight black-and-white photographs, correspondence, and an artist's biography.

1975
I.A.414 Issue No.11: Alan Saret-Installation for Man, a Conversation with Willoughby Sharp

1 of 2 folders. Includes edited interview typescript; the poem (W)hole - The Opening of a Temple of Ale, along with corresponding black-and-white photographs by Lisa Kahane; black-and-white photograph of Saret's Stair; and a contact sheet with images of Saret working.

1975
I.A.415 Issue No.11: Alan Saret-Installation for Man, a Conversation with Willoughby Sharp

2 of 2 folders. Interview typescript.

1975
I.A.416 Issue No.11: Steve Paxton-Like the Famous Tree

1 of 8 folders. Includes edited artist chronology and interview typescript.

1975
I.A.417 Issue No.11: Steve Paxton-Like the Famous Tree

2 of 8 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.418 Issue No.11: Steve Paxton-Like the Famous Tree

3 of 8 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.419 Issue No.11: Steve Paxton-Like the Famous Tree

4 of 8 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.420 Issue No.11: Steve Paxton-Like the Famous Tree

5 of 8 folders. Includes handwritten Paxton chronology and photo captions and credits.

1975
I.A.421 Issue No.11: Steve Paxton-Like the Famous Tree

6 of 8 folders. Edited interview typescript. Originally marked "Tape 6."

1975
I.A.422 Issue No.11: Steve Paxton-Like the Famous Tree

7 of 8 folders. Includes several black-and-white photographs documenting Paxton's performances, such as State (Dedicated to Doris Humphrey), performed at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1970, and First: for Elaine(1964).

1964-1975
I.A.423 Issue No.11: Steve Paxton-Like the Famous Tree

8 of 8 folders. Seven black-and-white photographs documenting performances by Paxton, including Section of a New Unfinished Work (1965). Three photographs stamped on back: R.Rauschenberg 381 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10003.

1975
I.A.424 Issue No.11: Contact Improvisation

1 of 3 folders. Includes press release from The Kitchen from March 6, 1975 and numerous contact sheets with images by Gwenn Thomas.

1975
I.A.425 Issue No.11: Contact Improvisation

2 of 3 folders. Includes flyer for Contact Marathon at Natural Dance Studio, handwritten excerpts from interview, and black-and-white film still of Contact Improvisation at the Weber Gallery by Nancy Smith.

1972-1975
I.A.426 Issue No.11: Contact Improvisation

3 of 3 folders. Includes postcard to Béar and Sharp announcing a performance of Contact Improvisation at The Kitchen on April 5-6, 1975. Also includes editorial notes, artist quotations, and a contact sheet.

1975
I.A.427 Issue No.11: Laurie Anderson-Confessions of a Street Talker

Includes edited essay typescript and announcements for Anderson's performances at Artists Space and Samangallery.

1975
I.A.428 Issue No.11: Miscellaneous Editorial

1 of 2 folders.

1975
I.A.429* Issue No.11: Miscellaneous Editorial

2 of 2 folders.

1975
I.A.430 Issue No.11: Advertisements

Includes advertisement checklist and thirteen black-and-white photographs.

1975
I.A.431* Issue No.11: Advertisements 1975
I.A.432* Issue No.11: Printed Issue

Two issues; one incomplete.

1975
I.A.433 Issue No.12: Rumbles-Hardu Keck

Eight black-and-white photographs including one of Keck's Fireman's Fountain. Also includes a letter from Sharp to Keck.

1975
I.A.434 Issue No.12: Rumbles

1 of 2 folders. Includes edited typescript; correspondence between Béar and Tania Mouraud; and a black-and-white photograph of Mouraud's Initiation Room No.2.

1975
I.A.435 Issue No.12: Rumbles

2 of 2 folders. Includes gallery announcement for an exhibition of sculpture and film by Mary Miss at Rosa Esman. Also includes a photographic detail of Chris Burden's B-Car (1975) marked "engine and differential."

1975
I.A.436 Issue No.12: Robin Winters "Fairly Regular Hours"

1 of 4 folders. Includes edited interview typescript and an exhibition announcement for Winters' show, Tunnel Space, at Konrad Fischer's.

1975
I.A.437 Issue No.12: Robin Winters "Fairly Regular Hours"

2 of 4 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.438 Issue No.12: Robin Winters "Fairly Regular Hours"

3 of 4 folders. Nine black-and-white photographs of Winters's performances including The Secret Life of Bob-E or Bob-E Behind the Veil (1974); W.B. Bearman Bags a Job or Diary of a Dreamer (1975);Your Scene…My Scene…Three Elements of Performance: Boredom…Tension…Surprise (July 1975); and Tracks and Traces, A Day at the Races, the Unconscious Before Sleep

1975
I.A.439* Issue No.12: Robin Winters "Fairly Regular Hours"

4 of 4 folders. Page layout mechanicals.

1975
I.A.440 Issue No.12: Robert Wilson and Christopher Knowles-"Because Why." A Stereo Dialogue with Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar

1 of 3 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.441 Issue No.12: Robert Wilson and Christopher Knowles-"Because Why." A Stereo Dialogue with Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar.

2 of 3 folders. Includes edited interview typescript, black-and-white negatives, and a flyer for Robert Wilson's, The Life and Times of Joseph Stalin, presented by The Byrd Hoffman School of the Byrds at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

1975
I.A.442 Issue No.12: Robert Wilson and Christopher Knowles-"Because Why." A Stereo Dialogue with Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar.

3 of 3 folders. Interview tape transcript and numerous small black-and-white photographs. (Note: several pages removed for conservation treatment).

1975
I.A.443 No. 12: Rita Myers "… a remote intimacy"

1 of 5 folders. Ten black-and-white photographs documenting Myers performances, including Sleep Performance, Slow Squeeze I, Vein Extension, Tilt 1 and Tilt 2, Flex, and Crawl Piece.

1975
I.A.444 No. 12: Rita Myers "… a remote intimacy"

2 of 5 folders. Includes edited interview typescript and two black-and-white photographs.

1975
I.A.445 No. 12: Rita Myers "… a remote intimacy"

3 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.446 No. 12: Rita Myers "… a remote intimacy"

4 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript marked "Side Two."

1975
I.A.447 No. 12: Rita Myers "… a remote intimacy"

5 of 5 folders. Includes press release for an Alice Aycock and Rita Myers exhibition at Walters Hall Art Gallery at Douglass College (Rutgers University). Also includes a partial edited typescript.

1975
I.A.448 No. 12: Barbara Dilley Dancing-A Picture Autobiography

1 of 6 folders. Includes correspondence and edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.449 No. 12: Barbara Dilley Dancing-A Picture Autobiography

2 of 6 folders. Includes two black-and-white photographs, photograph captions, correspondence, and a flyer for a Dilley performance at the Naropa Institute (Boulder, CO).

1975
I.A.450 No. 12: Barbara Dilley Dancing-A Picture Autobiography

3 of 6 folders. Includes index cards with handwritten descriptions of several Dilley performances.

1975
I.A.451 No. 12: Barbara Dilley Dancing-A Picture Autobiography

4 of 6 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1975
I.A.452 No. 12: Barbara Dilley Dancing-A Picture Autobiography

5 of 6 folders. Fifteen black-and-white photographs documenting performances by Dilley, including Never Fall in Love with a Samari.

1975
I.A.453* No. 12: Barbara Dilley Dancing-A Picture Autobiography

6 of 6 folders. Includes black-and-white portrait of Dilley used on cover of Avalanche no. 12.

1975
I.A.454 No.12: Alexis Smith-Anteroom/Anti-Room

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence; gallery announcement for Smith's Anteroom at CARP (Los Angeles); text for issue no. 12 centerfold: and a film still of Fred Astaire dancing in Royal Wedding.

1975
I.A.455* No.12: Alexis Smith-Anteroom/Anti-Room

2 of 2 folders.

1975
I.A.456 No.12: Mumbo Jumbo-A Situation Comedy by Michael McClard

Includes numerous small black-and-white photographs and a layout sketch.

1975
I.A.457 No.12: Advertisements

Includes final ad copy; a gallery announcement for Richard Tuttle at the Galleroa Marilena Bonomo (Bari, Italy); a letter from Marilena Bonomo to Sharp; miscellaneous correspondence; and four black-and-white photographs.

1975
I.A.458* No.12: Advertisements 1975
I.A.459 No.12: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

Includes photo captions and table of contents layout.

1975
I.A.460* No.12: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents 1975
I.A.461* No.12: Printed Issues 1975
I.A.462 No.13: Rumbles-Barbara Smith

Includes Smith's resume, correspondence, and a flyer for Sometimes You Don't Have to Do Anything at Logiudice Gallery.

1975-1976
I.A.463 No.13:Rumbles-Bob Wade

Includes black-and-white photograph of Funeral Wagon and a still from Jakalope depicting "Wade and Waco Friends with Automatic Weapons"; and materials related to Wade's Map of America.

1976
I.A.464 No.13: Rumbles-Publications

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence; handwritten notes; a postcard from the Philadelphia Film Cooperative, a copy of Art Power 19 (on the work of Kurt von Ballmoos); and Soft Art Press, no.3.

1974-1976
I.A.465 No.13: Rumbles-Publications

2 of 2 folders. Includes a postcard announcing the publication of Lawrence Weiner: Relative to Hanging; a flyer for Control magazine, no.9; correspondence; and miscellaneous art publisher announcements.

1976
I.A.466 No.13: Rumbles

1 of 6 folders. Includes gallery announcements for Anne Frye exhibition at V.P.I (Blacksburg, Va.) and Enzo Esposito at Pasquale Trisorio (Naples); black-and-white photographs of Berill Peterson's Two Part Inventio; and a copy of Susan Grieger's Friends/Artists.

1976
I.A.467 No.13: Rumbles

2 of 6 folders. Includes postcard to Béar from Susan Mogul with a stamp reading: "Mogul is Mobil." Also includes black-and-white photographs of William Leavitt's A Proof of Infinity, Gilbert and George's The Red Sculpture "Cherry Blossom," and Mary Schaffer's Keep off Sidewalks.

1976
I.A.468 No.13: Rumbles

3 of 6 folders. Includes edited section text as well as announcements from Gallery Werk.

1974-1976
I.A.469 No.13: Rumbles

4 of 6 folders. Original folder "possible." Includes fourteen black-and-white installation photographs of a video art exhibition; miscellaneous gallery announcements; and an invitation for a benefit "to re-open and re-name Public School One 'Project Studio One'."

1976
I.A.470 No.13: Rumbles

5 of 6 folders. Original folder marked "Possible." Includes a 1976 List of Exhibitions at the Walker Art Center; a pamphlet for public events sponsored by the Summer Institute in the Making and Understanding of Film and Media; exhibition announcement for Gordon Matta-Clark exhibition, Film Projects and Underground Dailies, at the Holly Solomon Gallery.

1976
I.A.471* No.13: Rumbles

6 of 6 folders. Includes a poster for Jeffrey Lohn's Mimetikos performance at Gallery M; a poster for Lucinda Child's Dance Concert at Washington Square Methodist Church; a page from the May 2, 1976 The New York Times reviewing the Venice Biennale; and a black-and-white photograph from Barbara Smith's performance A Week in the Life of…

1976
I.A.472 No.13: Bleecker-On-The-Bowery: Fitzgibbon, Coleen

1 of 2 folders. Edited interview typescript and five black-and-white photographs.

1976
I.A.473 No.13: Bleecker-On-The-Bowery: Fitzgibbon, Coleen

2 of 2 folders. Includes edited interview typescript.

1976
I.A.474 No.13: Reiner Ruthenbeck "Eclipse"

1 of 5 folders. Includes correspondence, editorial notes, and edited interview typescript. Note: in both German and English.

1976
I.A.475 No.13: Reiner Ruthenbeck "Eclipse"

2 of 5 folders. Includes correspondence (note: in German), and handwritten interview inserts.

1976
I.A.476 No.13: Reiner Ruthenbeck "Eclipse"

3 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript. Note: in German and English.

1976
I.A.477 No.13: Reiner Ruthenbeck "Eclipse"

4 of 5 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1976
I.A.478 No.13: Reiner Ruthenbeck "Eclipse"

5 of 5 folders. Black-and-white photographs of Ruthenbeck's work and page mechanicals.

1976
I.A.479 No.13: Straight Razor-Jim Roche Talks to Willoughby Sharp

1 of 4 folders. Includes correspondence; transcript of Roche's audio performances, Nineteen Sixty-One Cadillac Piece, Fight it Out Piece, and Power Poles Piece; and nine black-and-white photographs.

1973-1976
I.A.480 No.13: Straight Razor-Jim Roche Talks to Willoughby Sharp

2 of 3 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1976
I.A.481 No.13: Straight Razor-Jim Roche Talks to Willoughby Sharp

3 of 4 folders. Includes correspondence, transcript of Roche's audio performance, Straight Razor Piece, photographic negatives, and edited "blurbs."

1972-1976
I.A.482* No.13: Straight Razor-Jim Roche Talks to Willoughby Sharp

4 of 4 folders. One black-and-white photograph.

1976
I.A.483 No.13: Bas Jan Ader "In Search of the Miraculous"

Includes edited interview typescript and black-and-white photographs.

1976
I.A.484 No.13: Diego Cortez an Obvious Kind of Eyesore

1 of 3 folders. Includes two edited interview typescripts.

1976
I.A.485 No.13: Diego Cortez an Obvious Kind of Eyesore

2 of 3 folders. Includes clippings for page mechanicals.

1976
I.A.486* No.13: Diego Cortez an Obvious Kind of Eyesore

3 of 3 folders.

1976
I.A.487 No.13: Bryan Jones-Interview

Includes four black-and-white pictures, correspondence, and edited interview typescript.

1976
I.A.488 No.13: Meredith Monk-Invocation/Evocation a Dialogue with Liza Béar

1 of 4 folders. Includes edited photo captions and interview typescript.

1976
I.A.489 No.13: Meredith Monk-Invocation/Evocation a Dialogue with Liza Béar

2 of 4 folders. Edited interview typescript.

1976
I.A.490 No.13: Meredith Monk-Invocation/Evocation a Dialogue with Liza Béar

3 of 4 folders. Includes artist research materials; a list of Monk's works; "Notes on the Voice"; and a flyer for Monk's opera, Quarry, at La Mama Annex.

1976
I.A.491 No.13: Meredith Monk-Invocation/Evocation a Dialogue with Liza Béar

4 of 4 folders. Twenty-seven black-and-white photographs, several of which document Vessel and Juice: A Theatre Cantata in Three Parts.

1972-1976
I.A.492 No.13: Advertisements

1 of 6 folders. Includes correspondence; drafts of advertisement layouts; press release for the exhibition, The Evening Curious George Died, a narrative installation by Terry Allen at the Claire Copley Gallery, Inc.; and an advertisement mechanical for John Gibson Gallery, Inc.

1976
I.A.493 No.13: Advertisements

2 of 6 folders. Nine black-and-white photographs.

1976
I.A.494 No.13: Advertisements

3 of 6 folders. Original folder marked "possible." Includes correspondence, press releases, and gallery announcements for Diego Cortez at Pasquale Trisoro (Naples), Dorthea Rockburne at Galleria Schema (Florence), Susan Rothenberg at Sable-Castelli Gallery (Toronto), Joseph Kosuth at Lia Rumma/Studio d'arte, and Michelangelo Pistoletto at Christian Stein (Turin).

1976
I.A.495 No.13: Advertisements

4 of 6 folders. Original folder marked "possible." Includes exhibition announcements for Ugo Carrega at Multimedia Arte Contemporanea (Brescia) and Gina Pane at Galerie Stadler (Paris). Both annotated with a personal messages from the artists to Béar.

1976
I.A.496* No.13: Advertisements

5 of 6 folders. Includes advertisement mechanicals.

1976
I.A.497* No.13: Advertisements

6 of 6 folders. Includes advertisement check list.

1976
I.A.498 No.13: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

1 of 7 folders.

1976
I.A.499 No.13: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

2 of 7 folders.

1976
I.A.500 No.13: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

3 of 7 folders. Includes ten black-and-white photographs and contact sheets.

1976
I.A.501 No.13: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

4 of 7 folders. Ten black-and-white photographs including images with Vito Acconci.

1976
I.A.502 No.13: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

5 of 7 folders. Includes thirteen unidentified black-and-white issue photographs.

1976
I.A.503 No.13: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

6 of 7 folders.

1976
I.A.504* No.13: Miscellaneous Editorial Documents

7 of 7 folders. Includes twenty pages of page mechanicals with handwritten notes and sketches.

1976
I.A.505 No.13: Miscellaneous Correspondence 1976
I.A.506* No.13: Printed Issues 1976
I.A.507* Unidentified Issue Materials

Includes black-and-white photographs of Jannis Kounellis' Porta Murata (1969).

I.A.508 Unidentified Issue Materials 1970-1976
I.A.509 Unidentified Issue Materials

Black-and-white photographs.

1970-1976
I.A.510 Miscellaneous Issue Heads and Mechanicals 1970-1976
I.A.511* Miscellaneous Issue Heads and Mechanicals 1970-1976

Subseries I.B: Mechanicals/Mock-Ups/Layouts 1968-1976

Subseries I.B: Mechanicals/Mock-Ups/Layouts display the final page proofs for twelve of Avalanche's thirteen issues. The mock-ups for issue six ("the Acconci issue") were lost before the Archives came into the Museum's possession in 2005. Nearly all the materials in this subseries are oversized measuring 12 7/8 x 20" (32.7 x 50.8 cm). The large, flat format of these documents is noteworthy in that it explicitly reveals how carefully and consciously Béar and Sharp curated each two-page spread of the magazine.

The mock-ups received significant preservation and conservation work by project archivist, Christiana Dobrzynki Grippe and supplemental materials--predominately photographic material--that were not determined to be part of the original magazine mock-ups were subsequently integrated into Subseries I.A by the archivist.

Folder Title Date
I.B.1* Issue no. 1 1968-1970
I.B.2* Issue no. 2 1970-1971
I.B.3* Issue no. 3 1971
I.B.4* Issue no. 4 1971-1972
I.B.5* Issue no. 5 1972
I.B.6* Issue no. 7 1972-1973
I.B.7* Issue no. 8 1973
I.B.8* Issue no. 9 1973-1974
I.B.9* Issue no. 10 1974
I.B.10* Issue no. 11 1975
I.B.11* Issue no. 12 1975
I.B.12* Issue no. 13 1976
I.B.13* Assorted mock-ups 1968-1976
I.B.14* Assorted mock-ups 1968-1976
I.B.15* Assorted mock-ups

Note: restricted for preservation purposes.

1968-1976

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Series II: Artist Research and Subject Files 1965-2003

Series II: Artist Research and Subject Files contain photographs, exhibition announcements and catalogues, correspondence, press clippings, posters and other related ephemera on artists, institutions, and events (e.g. exhibitions, performances, and book signings). While many of these files reflect the people and places that were in some way associated with Avalanche, it should also be noted that a substantial portion of the material contained within this series was probably unsolicited--sent to the magazine's office by interested artists, readers, and art-related intuitions from across the world. These files came to the museum arranged alphabetically (last names first) and the current series arrangement reflects this original order. For preservation purposes, many newspaper clippings have been photocopied and the originals have been marked as restricted to avoid excessive handling and further decay. Researchers should note that there is some overlap in content with Series I.

Series highlights include: a statement regarding the removal of Takis' Electromagnetic Sculpture from The Museum of Modern Art's The Machine at the End of the Mechanical Age (1969); a postcard to Béar and Sharp from John Baldessari; an invitation for Lowell and Kathleen Darling's divorce; a flyer for Gilbert and George's Underneath the Arches; correspondence with Image Bank's Marcel Idea; and a transcript of a conversation between Béar and Nam June Paik. A file titled "Junk Mail," which included correspondence art pieces by Ray Johnson and the Hoo Hoo Archive, was originally filed with the Series IV: Administrative and Financial Records materials. It was removed at the discretion of the archivist and filed in this series. The folder's title remains "Junk Mail."

Folder Title Date
II.1 3D into 2D

Exhibition press release.

1972
II.2 3 Mercer Store 1975-1976
II.3 28 Greene St. undated
II.4 7th Annual Art Invitational 1973
II.5 10 Bleecker
II.6 17,5 x 25

No. 11, June 1972. Note: in Italian.

1972
II.7 112 Greene Street undated
II.8* A.I.R.

Includes poster for exhibition opening at A.I.R. (97 Wooster Street). Show included works by Judith Bernstein, Maude Boltz, Rachel bas-Cohain, Daria Dorosh, Loretta Dunkelman, Laurence James, Nancy Kitchel, Rosemary Mayer, Patsy Norvell and Nancy Spero.

undated
II.9 Abbott, John

Includes correspondence between Abbott and Béar and Abbott and Norman Fisher.

1974-1975
II.10 Acciari, Paul 1972
II.11 Acconci, Vito

1 of 2 folders. Includes "Some Notes on Activity and Performance" from John Gibson Commissions, Inc.; extensive documentation on several of Acconci's performances from the 1970s; text for Supply Room; four black-and-white photographs; and a postcard from Acconci to Béar from Paris.

II.12 Acconci, Vito

2 of 2 folders. Photographs, written description and diagram for Acconci's Venice Belongs to Us (Venezia Ci Appartiene).

1976
II.13 Adair, Lee undated
II.14 Adams, Mac

1 of 2 folders. Thirteen black-and-white photographs.

undated
II.15* Adams, Mac

2 of 2 folders.

undated
II.16 Air Art and Earth Art Exhibitions

Includes correspondence between Sharp and various museum curators and administrators.

1968-1970
II.17 Akston, Joseph James

Press release for exhibition of recent oils by Akston at The New York Cultural Center.

undated
II.18 Alexander, Susan

Includes black-and-white photograph of Alexander performing at Denison University.

1972
II.19 Allan, Bill 1971
II.20 American Federation of The Arts

Press release for Haitian Painting: The Native Tradition.

1973
II.21 and/or

Includes exhibition announcements for C.7,5000 and a showorganized by Lucy Lippard.

1974-1975
II.22 Andre, Carl

1 of 3 folders. catalogues from exhibitions at the Haags Gemeentenmuesum and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

1969-1970
II.23 Andre, Carl

2 of 3 folders. Includes numerous gallery announcements (for shows at Konrad Fischer, Wide White Space, Dwan, and John Weber Gallery); black-and-white photographs of Andre's 'Sorts, Three Piece Sort, and Hexagon; handwritten notes on Andre's life and work; and an transcript from,"Exchange." an interview between Andre and Dan Graham.

1969-1972
II.24* Andre, Carl

3 of 3 folders. Includes posters from group show at Bykert Gallery and solo show at Dwan Gallery.

1968-1970
II.25 Andrews, Oliver

Includes black-and-white photographs and press release.

1971
II.26 Anselmo, Giovanni

Miscellaneous gallery ephemera.

1972-1974
II.27 Antin, Eleanor

Includes exhibition announcements, press releases, and correspondence.

1972
II.28 Arbus, Diane

Press release for Arbus photographs on view at The Museum of Modern Art.

1972
II.29 Arcelli Comini 1973
II.30 Arman

Exhibition invitation.

undated
II.31* Arnaldi, Charles

Poster for show at the Texas Gallery.

undated
II.32 Art Aktuell

Includes numerous newsletters.

1972-1974
II.33 Art and Language undated
II.34 Art and Project 1971-1972
II.35 Art Basel

Includes price lists, art fair pamphlet (note: in German), and several "Le Bulletin des Arts."

1973-1974
II.36 Art Contracts

Includes art transfer agreement.

undated
II.37 Art Now

Includes copy of Art Now: New York (Vol. 3, no. 3); and six gallery guides.

1971-1973
II.38 Art Services undated
II.39 Art Strike

1 of 2 folders. Includes Art Strike Committee agendas; "International Cultural Revolutionary Forces" document; "New York Artists' Strike: Against Racism, Sexism, Repression and WAR" document; flyer for Artists United meeting --"A Call to Action in Defense of the Black Panther Party."

1970
II.40* Art Strike

2 of 2 folders. "CRISIS" poster announcing a city-wide work stoppage rally and Black Panther Party newspaper.

1970
II.41 Art Workers Coalition

1 of 4 folders. Includes statement regarding the removal of Takis' Electromagnetic Sculpture from The Museum of Modern Art's The Machine at the End of the Mechanical Age exhibition (1969); edited draft of statement titled "proposals to be made to the Modern"; series of edited statements and progress reports; and a copy of Ramparts (November 17, 1968).

1968-1969
II.42 Art Workers Coalition

2 of 4 folders. Includes numerous correspondence between MoMA Director, Bates Lowry, and the coalition (which included Sharp, Gregory Battcock, Farman, Hans Haacke, Tom Lloyd, John Perrault, Takis and Wen-Ying Tsai); meeting notes; press clippings; "Newsletter of the North American Congress on Latin America" (NACLA); "Manifesto For The Guerrilla Art Action Group" (Group included Jon Hendricks, Poppy Johnson, and Jean Toche); and directions for actions conducted by the Guerrilla Art Action Group.

1969
II.43 Art Workers Coalition

3 of 4 folders. Includes directions for actions conducted by the Guerrilla Art Action Group; correspondence between Sharp and MoMA director, Bates Lowry; handwritten notes; press clipping from The New York Times (January 4, 1969) discussing Takis removal if his sculpture from The Machine exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art.

1969
II.44 Art Workers Coalition

4 of 4 folders. "Open Hearing" transcript. "An open public hearing on the subject: what should the program of the art workers regarding museum reform and to establish the program of an open art workers coalition." Event held at the School of the Visual Arts on April 10, 1969.

1969
II.45* Arte Informa

No. 7, July 1971.

1971
II.46 Arte Visuales 1978
II.47 Artists' Space 1974
II.48 Artpark 1978
II.49 Artweisers

Exhibition announcement for Artweisers Live.

undated
II.50 Asher, Michael

Exhibition announcements and black-and-white installation photograph of Untitled at Documenta 5.

1971-1973
II.51 Askevold, David

Includes correspondence between Sharp and Askevold; exhibition announcements; and edited interview typescript between Askevold and Richards Jarden.

1971
II.52 Askew, Edward

Includes fourteen black-and-white photographs and press clippings.

1971
II.53 Askman, Tom 1973
II.54* A Space

1 of 2 folders. Flyer for Missing Associates at A Space.

1973-174
II.55 A Space

2 of 2 folders.

1973
II.56* Ateliers

Copy of Ateliers: Musée d'art contemporain.

1973
II.57 Atget, Eugène

Press release for an exhibition of Atget's photographs at The Museum of Modern Art.

1972
II.58 Attalai, Gabor

Includes correspondence from Gabor to Sharp and Béar; document titled, "An Interview by Me. With me --for the Avalanche--on two languages from Budapest, 5 Oct. 1972"; black-and-white photographs documenting Process of Baldly, A Discipline for the Art, and Living Decoration.

1970-1973
II.59 L'attico 1974
II.60 Aubertin, Bernard

Includes nine black-and-white photographs, exhibition catalogueand handwritten letter from Aubertin to Sharp (note: in French).

1968-1972
II.61 Auping, Michael

Includes interview transcripts between Auping and David Ross and Auping and Robert Cumming.

1976
II.62 Aycock, Alice

Includes eight black-and-white photographs of Maze and a copy of "An Ongoing Essay."

1969-1975
II.63 Azizass undated
II.64 Baden, Mowry 1969-1970
II.65 Baer, Jo 1974
II.66 Bakaty, Mike undated
II.67 Baldessari, John

Includes postcard from Baldessari to Sharp and Béar and twenty-one color slides.

1969
II.68 Banana, Ann undated
II.69 Barni, Roberto undated
II.70 Barré, Marin 1973
II.71 Barry, Robert

Includes art & project, bulletin 37.

1972
II.72 Barth, James undated
II.73 Battcock, Gregory

Includes "Flying: A Dialogue With Gregory Battcock."

1975
II.74 Baumann, Jim

Includes portfolio of recent work and Highway Communications Systems: Circuit - #1.

1972-1973
II.75 Bauermeister, René undated
II.76 Bay, Didier 1973
II.77 Beach, Al

Includes John Bull Puncture Repair Kit.

1973
II.78 Beal, Jack and Sandra 1972
II.79* Beaver, Robert 1971
II.80 Becher, Bernd and Hilla

Exhibition flyer for show at Sonnabend Gallery.

1972-1974
II.81 Beckley, Bill

Includes black-and-white photographic portrait of Beckleydressed as George Washington.

1974-1975
II.82 Bell, Larry

Pamphlet from exhibition, The 1969 Terminal Series of Boxes, at The Pace Gallery.

1969
II.83 Benglis, Lynda

1 of 2 folders.

1971-1972
II.84* Benglis, Lynda

2 of 2 folders. Poster for Benglis' exhibition/performance, Polyurethane Foam 2-Component System, at MIT's Hayden Gallery.

undated
II.85 Beuys, Joseph

1 of 2 folders. Includes interview transcript of "A Score by Joseph Beuys: We are the Revolution" (between Beuys and Achille Bonito Oliva); "An Encounter with Beuys" by Filiberto Menna; an invitation to meet Beuys at 112 Greene Street; and a photograph of Beuys at a panel in Heidelberg in September 1971.

1971-1975
II.86* Beuys, Joseph

2 of 2 folders. Poster from Documenta 5. L'Eroe da camera. Tutte le parole dal silenzio di Duchamp al rumore di Beuys/ The Hero chamber. All the words from the silence of Duchamp to the Noise of Beuys.

1972
II.87 Biard, Ida 1973
II.88 Bickley, Cynthia

Includes correspondence.

1972-1973
II.89 Biennale de Paris 1973
II.90 Billingsley, Scott

Flyer for an induction at the Whitney Museum Resource Center.

undated
II.91 Bladen, Ronald 1972
II.92 Bochner, Mel

Includes announcement for Bochner's 3 Ideas + 7 Procedures at The Museum of Modern Art; "Notes on Theory"; and announcement for the publication of 11 Excerpt.

1971-1972
II.93 Bodolai, Joe

Includes correspondence and numerous documents related to the Cliché Guild of Canada.

1972-1973
II.94 Boetti, Alighiero 1973
II.95 Bollinger, Bill

Black-and-white photograph documenting Bollinger working at Riche Gallery, Cologne.

1968
II.96 Boltanski, Christian

Includes interview transcript.

1971-1973
II.97 Borgeaud, Bernard undated
II.98 Boyle, Mark 1971
II.99 Bradshaw, David 1971
II.100 Brainard, Joe 1973
II.101 Braunstein, Terry

Includes press release from the Washington Project for the Arts and two black-and-white photographs.

1974-1976
II.102 Brecht, George 1968
II.103 Breer, Robert 1970
II.104 Breloh, Heinz

Lepidopterum, a small book of black-and-white photographs.

undated
II.105 Brikcius, Eugen

Includes four black-and-white photographs by Helena Pospíšilová documenting the creation of Brikcius' The Sun Dial.

1969-1970
II.106 Broodthaers, Marcel

Includes gallery announcements for shows at Galerie Yvon Lambert and Galerie Rudolf Zwirner.

1972-1973
II.107 Brouwn, Stanley 1972
II.108 Brown, Robert Delford 1972
II.109 Brown, Trisha undated
II.110 Brus, Günter

Correspondence between Sharp and Brus.

1971
II.111 Bryant, Barry

1 of 2 folders. Black-and-white photograph of a woman wearing a political poncho designed by Bryant.

1970
II.112* Bryant, Barry

2 of 2 folders. Copy of Milieu Protektion from September 1971.

1971
II.113* Bumbershoot 1973
II.114 Burden, Chris

1 of 4 folders. Includes correspondence, exhibition announcements, and interview transcript.

1971-1975
II.115 Burden, Chris

2 of 4 folders. Includes correspondence, black-and-white photographs, exhibition announcements, and an unpublished interview transcript titled "White Heat White Light" (March, 2, 1975).

1973-1975
II.116 Burden, Chris

3 of 4 folders. Two reels of 8 mm color film.

1976
II.117* Burden, Chris

4 of 4 folders. Poster for Artist's Performances at Pomona College Art Gallery.

undated
II.118 Buren, Daniel

Includes black-and-white photograph by Bernard Boyer.

1972
II.119 Burgess, Lowry

Includes press release for What is a Galactic Light Pond at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

1974
II.120 Burgin, Victor 1971
II.121 Burgy, Donald undated
II.122 Burns, Jim undated
II.123 Burton, Peter undated
II.124 Bury, Pol

Material's relating to Pol's Mixer.

1972
II.125 Bushman, Naomi undated
II.126 Byerley, Gerald 1973
II.127 Bykert Gallery

Miscellaneous exhibition announcements.

View PDF of folder II.127

1971-1983
II.128 Byrd Hoffman Studio

Press release including information on the release of Robert Wilson's A Letter for Queen Victoria.

1975
II.129 C. 7,500

Includes exhibition announcement, press release, and press clippings.

1973
II.130 Cage, John

Announcement for a performance of Cage's Musicircus at Roadhouse in London.

undated
II.131 California

Includes correspondence, newsletter from The Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, and exhibition performance announcements.

1976
II.132 California Air

Marked "rejects." Includes seven black-and-white photographs, two of which document Sam Francis' and James Turrell's sky drawing, Air Work.

1969
II.133 Calzolari, Pier Paolo

Exhibition announcements.

1971-1973
II.134 C.A.M. Organization 1974-1976
II.135 Campbell, Wayne E.

Includes black-and-white photographs of Campbell's Skin and Burden Equalizing My Weight.

1970
II.136 Campus, Peter 1972
II.137 The Creative Artists Public Service Program (CAPS)

Includes numerous press releases and a copy of CAPS' mission statement, "Of the Artist, By the Artist, For the People."

1973-1974
II.138 Caro, Anthony

Exhibition catalogue for New Sculpture, at André Emmerich Gallery, Inc. Note: catalogue has preexisting water damage and pages partially stuck together.

1972
II.139 Carr, Ron 1972
II.140 Carrot, Charlie

1 of 2 folders.

1972
II.141* Carrot, Charlie

2 of 2 folders. Includes copy of cArRoT newspaper (Issue no. 1).

1971
II.142 Carson, Karen Hansen undated
II.143 Cartier-Bresson, Henri

Catalogue for Cartier-Bresson exhibition, Fotografías, at the Centro de Arte y Comunicación (Buenos Aires).

undated
II.144 CAYC (Centro de Arte y Comunicación)

Includes copy of Hacia un Perfil del Arte Latinoamericano; a plastic shopping bag with a circular chart titled: "Comparación entre dos tipos de sociedades," and Fotovision and Video Arte catalogues.

1973-1977
II.145* Center for New Music

Event calendar for December 1972.

1972
II.146 Chamberlain, John

Chamberlain exhibition announcement with a hologram image of Jean-François Millet 's The Gleaners.

undated
II.147 Charlton, Alan 1972
II.148 Children's Art Carnival

Includes press release and an interim report for the Children's Art Carnival (created and sponsored by The Museum of Modern Art).

1973
II.149 Christo

Includes exhibition flyer for The Valley Curtain Project: Some Documents, Drawings and Photographs at the Allan Frumkin Gallery.

1971-1972
II.150 Clemente, Francesco 1952
II.I51 Clés 1972
II.152 Close, Chuck

Includes two film strips from Close's Bob.

1970
II.153 Cohen, Maxi

Includes correspondence, a description of Cohen's My Bubi, My Zada (performed at The Kitchen October 14-18, 1975), and two black-and-white photographs.

1976
II.154* Cole, George

Poster for Cole exhibition at The Whitney Museum Art Resource Center.

1973
II.155 College Art Association 1978
II.156 Collins, James

Includes Collins' newsletter "Postal" (nos. 1-5).

1970-1971
II.157 Colonna, Kerry undated
II.158 Colombo, Gianni 1972
II.159 Colvin, Bruce

Includes samples of Colvin's writing.

1973
II.160 Community for Action 1971
II.161 Concerned Doctors Forever 1973
II.162 Continuing Education (New York University) 1971
II.163 The Condition of Sculpture 1975
II.164 Cook, Christopher C.

Includes A Book of Instants and Possibles.

1971
II.165 Copp, Fletcher 1972
II.166 Corcoran Gallery of Art 1972
II.167 Corrigan, Donald

1 of 2 folders. Includes three black-and-white photographs.

1969-1971
II.168* Corrigan, Donald

2 of 2 folders. Poster for Corrigan show at Max Protetch Gallery.

undated
II.169 Cortez, Diego 1976
II.170 Cosmic Consciousness and Artistic Vision

Newsletter published by the Department of Art, Florida Technological University.

1972
II.171 Cote, Alan 1972
II.172 Croce, Giancarlo

Includes catalogue from Studio Maddalena Carioni (Milan), two black-and-white photographs, and correspondence.

1971-1973
II.173 Cumming, Robert

1 of 3 folder. Includes black-and-white photographs of California Couples, Watermelon/Bread, 3 Faucets, Sentence Starters, 32 Abandoned/Lost Gloves, Armadillo -- Off Angeles Canyon Highway, Sparse Towel Covering, Full Towel Covering, and Hand-Snail Writing Ingion Cement.

1969-1972
II.174 Cumming, Robert

2 of 3 folders. Includes correspondence and eleven black-and-white photographs from Cumming's show at John Gibson Gallery.

1971-1973
II.175 Cumming, Robert

3 of 3 folders. Includes correspondence and interview transcript between Cumming and Béar.

1975
II.176 Cutforth, Roger

Includes artist statement and black-and-white installation images of Cutforth's The Non-Art Project in the London Underground.

1970
II.177 Danieli, Fidel 1972-1978
II.178 Darboven, Hanne undated
II.179 Davidovich, Jaime undated
II.180 Darling, Lowell

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence, invitation for Lowell Darling and Kathleen Darlings divorce, and interview typescript.

1971-1975
II.181* Darling, Lowell

2 of 2 folders. Poster for a Darling performance at V U Gallery.

undated
II.182 Davis, D.M.

Includes correspondence and several black-and-white photographs related to Davis' See Throughs.

undated
II.183 Davis, Douglas

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence, exhibition announcements, press releases, and black-and-white photographs of Sequence/Night Video, Images from the Present Tense I, and Images from Present Tense II.

1971
II.184* Davis, Douglas

2 of 2 folders. Includes press clipping from This World(October 2, 1972) and a poster for Images from the Present Tense I at Reese Pally Gallery.

1973
II.185 Davis, Dustin

Includes documentation and black-and-white photographs of Toast.

1972
II.186 Davis, Gene

1 of 2 folders. Includes black-and-white stills of 12 Roofing Nails, Video Puzzle, and Time and Pain.

1971
II.187* Davis, Gene

2 of 2 folders. Includes press clipping from The Washington Post (December 16, 1971) and exhibition poster for show at Max Protetch Gallery.

1971
II.188 Davis, Ron 1971
II.189 Deal, Joseph 1973
II.190 De Dominicis, Gino 1972
II.191 Dee-Dee and The Artistics

Includes "Souvenir Hanky."

undated
II.192 De Filippi, Ferruccio

Includes exhibition catalogue from Galleria La Salita.

1970
II.193 De Jong, Constance undated
II.194 Dekkers, Ger 1973
II.195 De Maria, Walter undated
II.196 Demartini, Hugo

Includes a dozen black-and-white photographs.

1967-1969
II.197 Denes, Agnes

Includes Denes' resume, project descriptions, artist assessment booklet, and a copy of "Dialectic Triangulation."

1972
II.198 Denner, William

Includes seventeen black-and-white photographs of Denner's work that appeared in the exhibition New Sculpture: Washington, Baltimore, Richmond at the Corcoran Gallery of Art (November 1970).

1970
II.199* Department of Fine Art, University of Rhode Island undated
II.200 Dias, Antonio 1971
II.201 Dibbets, Jan

Includes exhibition announcements, museumjournal 13/4, correspondence and interview typescript.

1969-1973
II.202 Dilley, Barbara

Includes eighteen black-and-white photographs, performance flyers, and interview transcript.

1976
II.203 Dimitrejevic, Braco

Includes exhibition announcements, an interview typescript, and three black-and-white photographs of performance and installation works by Sanja Iveković, Dalibor Martinis, and Gorki Žuvela in the exhibition "Mogućnosti za 1971" (Possibilities for '71) at the City Gallery of Contemporary Art, Zagreb.

1971-1972
II.204 Distel, Herbert 1975
II.205 Dixon, Richard

Richard Dixon I.D. card.

undated
II.206 Documenta 5

Includes invitation, fair information booklet and three black-and-white photographs of works by Paul Thek, Jud Fine, and Joel Fisher.

1972
II.207 Dogmatic, Irene

Includes correspondence, postcards, and zines.

1974
II.208 Downey, Juan

1 of 2 folders.

1971-1973
II.209* Downey, Juan

2 of 2 folders. Includes poster for exhibition at Everson Museum of Art.

1971
II.210 Downsbrough, Peter 1973
II.211 Doyle, Tom 1971
II.212 Druks, Michael 1973
II.213 Drysdale, Tom undated
II.214 Duff, John

Black-and-white installation photograph of Duff's Tie Piece.

1970
II.215 Dunn, Douglas undated
II.216 Dupuy, Jean 1972
II.217 Duchamp, Marcel

Sketch for Avalanche advertisement for Ronald Feldman Fine Arts.

undated
II.218 E.A.T. (Experiments in Art and Technology, Incorporated)

1 of 2 folders.

1971
II.219* E.A.T. (Experiments in Art and Technology, Incorporated)

2 of 2 folders. Exhibition poster for Projects Outside Art at Automation House.

1970
II.220 Edelson, Mary Beth 1973
II.221 Edson, Jim undated
II.222 Eins, Stefan 1974
II.223 Erdman, Jerry

Copy of The Daily Planet (no. 8, April 11, 1973).

1973
II.224 Escher, Fred

Includes correspondence and fifteen black-and-white photographs.

1973
II.225 Evans, Neil 1972
II.226 Event Structure Research Group 1969-1971
II.227 Fabro, Luciano

1 of 2 folders. Includes nineteen black-and-white photographs.

1964-1969
II.228* Fabro, Luciano

2 of 2 folders. Includes black-and-white installation photograph from the Venice Biennale (1972) and press clipping from Flash Art.

1966-1972
II.229 Fanzini (The John Dowd Fan Club)

Includes mail art and zines by the John Dowd Fan Club.

1972-1973
II.230 Fassbinder, Rainer Werner

Includes numerous photocopies of reviews and articles on Fassbinder and his films. Also includes a program and an artist's biography from The Fourteenth New York Film Festival.

1971-1976
II.231 Feldmann, Hans-Peter undated
II.232 Fernie, John C. 1970-1972
II.233 Fernsehgalerie Gerry Schum 1970
II.234 Ferrara, Jackie 1973
II.235 File

Mock-up for potential advertisement in Avalanche.

1973
II.236 Film

1 of 4 folders. Includes press releases, newspaper clippings, and calendars of events.

1971-1976
II.237 Film

2 of 4 folders. Includes announcement for Vito Acconci: Film and Video Retrospective at Anthology Film Archive; black-and-white film stills from the 14th New York Film Festival; and various press releases and calendars of events.

1976-1977
II.238 Film

3 of 4 folders. Includes numerous "Film and Video Makers Travel Sheet" and press release for Michael Snow's Rameau's Nephew… at The Whitney Museum of American Art.

1977-1979
II.239* Film

4 of 4 folders. Includes posters for A History of the American Avant-Garde Cinema; The Museum of Modern Art and the Festival of Women's Films; Film Forum; and newspaper clippings.

undated
II.240 Film Forum 1974
II.241 Fine, Jud undated
II.242 Fischer, Hervé undated
II.243 Fisher, Joel 1971
II.244 Flavin, Dan

Exhibition announcement for Fluorescent Light with Diagrams from Dan Flavin at The John Weber Gallery.

1971
II.245 Food

Includes January menu.

View PDF of folder II.245

undated
II.246 Foreman, Richard 1973
II.247 Forest, Fred 1966-1973
II.248 Forman, Milos 1973-1974
II.249 Forti, Simone 1975
II.250 Foundation for the Advance of Dance 1973
II.251 Fox, Terry

Includes correspondence, artist statement from exhibition at Reese Palley Gallery, three black-and-white installation photographs and instructions for Biting Off Red Hot Iron, and Burning Brimstone.

1970
II.252 Frazier, Charles

Includes twenty slides and corresponding descriptions.

undated
II.253 Frameworks Journal undated
II.254 Frampton, Hollis undated
II.255 Franklin Mint 1972
II.256 French, Steve 1971
II.257 Fricke, Larry

Includes color photographs documenting Birds In Flight and Last Licks.

1971
II.258 Fried, Howard

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence and edited interview typescript.

1971
II.259 Fried, Howard

2 of 2 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs of The Harlequin: Approach-Audience II, The Harlequin: Approach-Audience III, Fuck You Purdue, and partial interview transcript.

1971
II.260 Fugate-Wilcox, Jerry 1971
II.261 Fulton, Hamish

Includes correspondence (in French) and black-and-white photographs.

1971-1972
II.262 Galerie 3 1972
II.263 Galerie Daniel Templon 1971
II.264 Galerie Ricke 1970
II.265 Galerie Rudolf Zwirner 1973
II.266 Galeriehaus Köln 1971
II.267 Galleria la Bertesca 1967
II.268 Galleries

1 of 2 folders.

1971-1973
II.269* Galleries

2 of 2 folders Poster for Natalia at Galeria Permafo (Wrocław, Poland) and Lip Service at The Portland Art Museum.

1973
II.270 Gallery A-402 1972
II.271 Gallery House London 1973
II.272 Galligan, J.A.N. 1973
II.273 Gatewood, Charles

Includes three black-and-white photographs of images included in Gatewood's exhibition at Light Gallery.

undated
II.274 Gazzetta Ufficiale di Luca Patella 1975
II.275 Gehrke, Michael undated
II.276 Gerchman, Rubens

catalogue from exhibition at Jack Misrachi Gallery (includes silkscreen inserts).

1968
II.277 German Institute 1972
II.278 German Language Press Releases and Announcements 1973-1979
II.279 Gerstner, Karl

Gerstner's Do-it-yourself-Bilder.

1970
II.280 Gheerbrant, Gilles [Éditions Gilles Gheerbrant]

Includes 1+1 (no. 5, January 1973).

1973
II.281 Gibson, John [John Gibson Gallery] undated
II.282 Gibson, Jon 1973
II.283 Gilbert and George

Includes flyer for Underneath the Arches, correspondence, handwritten notes, black-and-white photographs, and press clippings (including copy of The Sunday Times from January 10, 1971).

1971-1973
II.284 Gilhooly, David 1973
II.285 Gilroy Art Foundation undated
II.286 Gilula, Stan undated
II.287 Gimpel Weitzenhoffer, ltd. undated
II.288 Girouard, Tina

1 of 3 folders. Includes announcements for Juxtaposed Contained Revealed, a concert with Girouard and Barbara Dilley at The Kitchen, black-and-white performance photographs, and a valentine from Girouard from 1975.

1976
II.289 Girouard, Tina

2 of 3 folders. Includes edited interview typescript between Béar and Girouard titled "Two Trees in the Forest."

1975-1976
II.290* Girouard, Tina

3 of 3 folders. Poster for "The Natural History of the American Dancer: Lesser Known Species."

undated
II.291 Glass, Philip

Includes concert schedules for performances at 10 Bleecker Street and Salvatore ala Via Mameli.

1971-1974
II.292 Glassman, Joel

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence and twenty-two black-and-white photographs.

1972
II.293 Gnazzo, Anthony

1 of 2 folders.

1970
II.294* Gnazzo, Anthony

2 of 2 folders. Includes poster for Anthony Gnazzo and Friends' "Go Two: An Impossible Concert."

1970
II.295 Goede, Paul undated
II.296 Goeritz, Mathias 1971
II.297 Go Group

Includes performance programs; news clippings; black-and-white photographs and description of Willie Walker's Captain…Could You Tell Me The Real Time?; and various artist statements.

1970
II.298 Go Group

Includes film stills from Edna Walker - A Series of Thursdays.

undated
II.299 Go Group

Includes series of writings by Nancy Vanek and an interview transcript between Richard Roderick Schmidt and John Nichols.

1968-1970
II.300 Goldstein, Jack 1971
II.301 Goodden, Carol

Includes edited interview typescript between Goodden and Béar.

1973
II.302 Goodyear, John

Personal postcard from Goodyear to Sharp about his upcoming exhibition, Earth Curve, at The Museum of Modern Art.

1972
II.303 Gorchov, Ron

Includes exhibition announcements, seven black-and-white photographs, and edited interview typescript between Grochov and Béar at Dave's Corner.

1971-1975
II.304 Gordon, David undated
II.305 Goroshko, Valentin 1974
II.306 Gourfain, Peter 1971
II.307 Graham, Dan

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence, performance announcements, press clippings, a copy of Graham's publication, Performance, and essay "Photographing Movement."

1969-1972
II.308 Graham, Dan

2 of 2 folders. Includes project and performance descriptions, black-and-white photograph of Binocular Zoom (Parallax, Distance Between the Eyes, 'Distance') and a copy of "Place and Process: 'Trips'."

1967-1969
II.309 Grand Union Dance Company

Includes numerous contact sheets, performance programs, and handwritten notes.

1973
II.310 Graves, Nancy

Includes press release and draft of "Rumbles" section on Graves' Aves: Magnificent Bird, Great Flamingo.

1973
II.311 Great Balls of Fire undated
II.312 Green, Cynthia Bickley

Includes installation images of Every Cloud, Peeler, Earth Kite, Bart's Piece, and Chicken Little (Aurora) Sky piece.

1971
II.313 Green, Tom undated
II.314 Greenbaum, Marty undated
II.315 Groh, Klaus

Includes International Artist's Cooperation (zine).

1972
II.316 Group Shows

1 of 2 folders. Includes a catalogue for Photographers: Midwest Invitational at the Walker Art Center; an invitation to the opening of Futurism: A Modern Focus at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; and an exhibition announcement for Aktionen Von: Acconci, Fox, Hutchinson, Oppenheim, Rinke, Wegman at Drucksache.

1973
II.317* Group Shows

2 of 2 folders. Includes pamphlet for the exhibition, Language & Structure in North America and a poster for an event at Massachusetts College of Art.

1971-1975
II.318 Guerrilla Art Action Group 1973
II.319 Guerrero, Raul 1974
II.320 Haacke, Hans

Includes memo from Haacke on the cancellation of his one-man exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

1971
II.321 Haas, Bob undated
II.322 Haber, Ira Joel 1972
II.323 Hale, William Bruce 1972
II.324 Hallock, Don 1971
II.325 Hallwalls Gallery

Includes mock-up of flyer for Buffalo (featuring Béar); Vol. 1, no. 1 of Hallwalls, and handwritten notes.

1975
II.326 Hardy, Jon

Includes description for Air Art Pneumatic Workshop.

undated
II.327 Harris, Suzanne undated
II.328 Harris, William W. 1971
II.329 Hartnett, Elaine 1975
II.330 Haslanger, Martha 1977
II.331 Haus-Rucker-Co

Includes correspondence, press releases, and a catalogue from exhibition, Cover, at Museum Haus Lange.

1971-1973
II.332 Hay, Deborah 1973
II.333 Hayes, Gerald

Includes statement and certificate of "Termination of Friendship 1969-70" (friendship terminated with Robert Cumming, William Mahan, William Wegman, and their respective wives), and black-and-white photographs of Water Safety is of Utmost Importance and 15 Circular Objects From My Studio (1971).

1970-1971
II.334 Hee, Ed

Includes correspondence and video footage.

undated
II.335 Hemsworth, Gerard 1973
II.336 Henderson, Mel 1971
II.337 Hendricks, Geoffrey 1972
II.338 Herold, Rick 1972
II.339 Hesse, Eva

Includes newspaper clipping of Hesse's obituary.

1970
II.340 Higgins, Dick 1971
II.341 Highstein, Jene 1973
II.342 Hill, Charles Christopher

Includes four black-and-white photographs.

1973
II.343 Hilliard, John 1972
II.344 Hödicke, K.H. 1972
II.345 Hofstra (Twentieth Century Art Research Collection of Hofstra Library) 1973
II.346 Hollo, Anslem

Hollo's Gee Apollinaire.

1970
II.347 Holt, Nancy

1 of 2 folders. Includes description of Holt's Sun Tunnels and exhibition announcements.

1974-1975
II.348* Holt, Nancy

2 of 2 folders. Posters for Holt's exhibitions Outdoors-Indoors ( at The Fine Arts Center at The University of Rhode Island) and Missoula Ranch Locators-Vision Encompassed, 1972.

1972
II.349 Horton, Lyn 1974
II.350 Horwitz, Channa Davis

Includes color slides, black-and-white photographs, and interview transcript between Ann Mcloy and Horwitz.

1974
II.351 Houweling, Nicolaas 1973
II.352 Hovagymyan, Gerry

Three black-and-white photographs.

undated
II.353 Huebler, Douglas

1 of 2 folders. Includes page proofs, black-and-white performance photographs and a description of Variable Piece #60.

1971
II.354 Huebler, Douglas

2 of 2 folders. Includes written descriptions of Variable Piece #4, Duration Piece #9, Variable Piece #5, Duration Piece #15, Location Piece #10, an interview transcript, and an exhibition catalogue from The Addison Gallery of American Art.

1969-1970
II.355 Hunt, C.B. undated
II.356 Huntington, Jim

Exhibtion announcement for show at Max Hutchinson Gallery.

1973
II.357 Hutchinson, Peter

Exhibition announcement for Paricutin Volcano at John Gibson Commissions, Inc.

undated
II.358 Icaro, Paolo 1972
II.359 Identite/Identifications/Identi

Group show catalogue.

1976
II.360 Iimura, Taka

Flyer for video screening at The Kitchen. Note: preexisting tears.

1972
II.361 Image Bank

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence, "Protoype Fanzini," flyer for The Marcel Duchamp Fan Club, transcript of interview between Sharp and Marcel Idea (from Avalanche no. 8), black-and-white photographs and mail art from the New York Corres-Sponge Dance School of Vancouver.

1972-1974
II.362* Image Bank

2 of 2 folders.

1972-1974
II.363 Incontri Internazionali d'Arte 1972
II.364 Indiana, Robert

Exhibition announcement for Decade at the New York Cultural Center.

1973
II.365 Infinity

Vol. 20, nos. 10 and 11. (Note: slight water damage on no. 11).

1971
II.366 Insley, Will

Six black-and-white photographsand notebook selections.

1968-1969
II.367 Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Inc.

Press releases.

1973-1974
II.368 Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston)

Press release, black-and-white photograph, and newspaper articles.

1971
II.369 Institute of Contemporary Art (London)

September and October issues of, ICASM, ICA Magazine.

1972
II.370 Institute of Contemporary Art (Philadelphia)

1 of 2 folders. Includes press releases and catalogue and invititation for the opening of Grids.

1972
II.371* Institute of Contemporary Art (Philadelphia)

2 of 2 folders. Poster for Six Visions.

undated
II.372 Insurrection Art Company

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence, black-and-white photographs, and a catalogue for The Ninety-First Annual Exhibition at The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.

1972
II.373* Insurrection Art Company

2 of 2 folders.

1972
II.374 Interfunktionen 1974
II.375 International Experimental Film Competition 1975
II.376 Interview

Copy for Avalanche advertisement in Interview and Interview subscription cards.

undated
II.377 Interview! 1971
II.378* Jacquet, Alan

Braille booklet.

undated
II.379 Jaffe, Lee

Includes contact sheets and negatives.

1970
II.380 Jarden, Richard

Includes numerous postcards.

1971-1972
II.381 Jenney, Neil

Includes sketches and black-and-white installation photographs.

1969
II.382 Jean Freeman Gallery 1970-1972
II.383 [The] Jewish Museum

Press release for Software.

1970
II.384 Johnson, Ray

Includes "Report of the Marcel Duchamp Club."

1971
II.385* Johnson, Ray

Poster for Johnson exhibition at Jacobs Ladder Gallery (Washington, D.C.)

1972
II.386 Johnson, Terrence 1973
II.387 Jonas, Joan 1974
II.388 Jones, Kim

Includes eight black-and-white photographs documenting Jones' performances.

1975-1976
II.389 Judd, Donald 1974
II.390 Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Cinema 1975
II.391 Junk Mail

1 of 2 folders. Includes mail art collages by Ray Johnson; ephemera and mailings from the Hoo Hoo Archives; and press release for New York Correspondence School Postcard Show at Mostly Flowers Gallery. Note: removed from Administrative Files.

1973
II.392* Junk Mail

2 of 2 folders. Includes poster for The Urban Drive In, a "presentation of urban landscaping concepts by Haus-Rucker-Co." Note: Removed from Administrative Files.

1973
II.393* Kahlen, Wolf

Poster for screening of Reversible Prozesse.

1971
II.394 Kalkmann, Hans-Werner 1972
II.395 Kaltenback, Stephen James undated
II.396 Katz, Alex 1971
II.397 Katz, Leandro 1971
II.398 Katzen, Lila

1 of 2 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs of Liquid Tunnel (1970), Light-Floors (1968), and The Universe as Environments--Moon Markers. (1969).

1968-1970
II.399 Katzen, Lila

2 of 2 folders. Includes exhibition catalogues for Explorations at the Center for Visual Studies (MIT), and Options at the Milwaukee Art Center.

1968-1970
II.400 Kawara, On 1973-1975
II.401 Keller, Pierre 1972
II.402 Kennedy, Peter 1973
II.403 Kineticism Press 1969
II.404 King Kong International

Issue no. 2 (June 1972). Note: In Italian.

1972
II.405 Kinmont, Bob

Includes correspondence; four black-and-white photographs; and catalogue from Bob Kinmont: Sculpture, Photographs, Films at Reese Palley San Francisco.

1971
II.406 Kitchel, Nancy (Nancy Wilson-Pajic)

Includes black-and-white photographs documenting Kitchel's Covering My Face: My Grandmother's Gestures, Exorcism, Intruders (Memory Figures), and The Marriage and Death of Jeannie Diaz.

1973-1974
II.407 [The] Kitchen 1975
II.408 Kmentova, Eva

Includes correspondence and several black-and-white installation photographs.

1968-1971
II.409 Knight, John 1973
II.410 Knoebel, W. 1971
II.411 Koetsier, Hans

Includes twenty-three black-and-white photographs.

1968-1969
II.412 Kölnischer Kunstverein

Includes exhibition design drawing and correspondence.

1972
II.413 Komives, Ralph 1974
II.414 Konfrontation 1966
II.415 Kos, Paul

1 of 3 folders. Includes correspondence, drawings and descriptions of works; and black-and-white photographs of Salt Pillar.

1968
Il.416 Kos, Paul

2 of 3 folders. Includes correspondence; black-and-white photographs relating to Kos' rEVOLUTION; and film stills from Mirage of the Artist and Roping Boar's Tusk.

1971
II.417* Kos, Paul

3 of 3. Photocopy of drawing for Cast Salt Spheres - 3 Stages of Erosion (Controlled).

undated
II.418 Kosuth, Joseph 1971
II.419 Kounellis, Jannis

1 of 2 folder. Includes gallery announcements.

1972
II.420* Kounellis, Jannis

2 of 2 folders. Includes black-and-white installation photographs.

1969-1970
II.421 Kriesche, R.

Catalogue from exhibition at The Galerie Beim Minoritensaal.

1971
II.422 Krims, Les 1972
II.423 Kulik, Sharon 1973
II.424 Kunst Bleibt Kunst

Includes pamphlet, city map of Cologne, and black-and-white photographs. Photographs include portraits of Steve Paxton and images of Alfred J. Barr Jr. celebrating his seventieth birthday.

1974
II.425 Kushner, Robert 1973
II.426 Kwate, Larry 1972
II.427 La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art 1973
II.428 L.A. Artists' Publications

1 of 2 folders. Includes numerous documents related to the work of Fidel Danieli.

1970-1972
II.429* L.A. Artists' Publications

2 of 2 folders. Posters for Judith Von Euer's Licorice Suite.

1972
II.430 Lambert, Yvon 1973
II.431 Landscape Architecture

1 of 2 folders.

1971
II.432* Landscape Architecture

2 of 2 folders. Earth Day poster from Landscape Architecture's insert, "Scape."

1971-1972
II.433 Landscapes and Living Spaces undated
II.434 Lassus, Bernard undated
II.435 Laudry, Richard undated
II.436 Leavitt, William

Includes art & project, bulletin 80.

1971-1974
II.437 Leeds Art Collection 1971
II.438 Le Gac, Jean

Imitation of Jean Le Gacby J.M. (translated by Vivien Gordon). Note: Pages uncut.

1973
II.439 Leisgen, Barbara and Michael 1970
II.440 Lennon, John and Yoko Ono

Press release from The National Committee for John and Yoko for the "Hightower to Head Lennon Anti-Deportation Group."

undated
II.441 Lesieur, Pierre 1974
II.442 Le Va, Barry

Includes exhibition announcements.

1971-1974
II.443 Les Levine

1 of 2 folders. Includes numerous correspondence, press releases, exhibition and film-screening announcements, press clippings, project proposal for Cornflakes, and black-and-white photographs documenting Public Art Hearings--4 Hour Video Tape.

1968-1971
II.444* Les Levine

2 of 2 folders. Poster designed by Les Levine for Johnny Guitar by John Giorno and press clippings from The New York Times.

1966
II.445 Levinson, Mon 1972
II.446 Lewitt, Sol

Includes exhibition announcements for shows at Galerie MTL (Brussels) and Konrad Fischer (Düsseldorf); and art & project, bulletin nos. 32, 43, and 60.

1971-1972
II.447 Lippard, Lucy

Press release for Lippard lecture at Moore College of Art on October 12, 1972.

View PDF of folder II.447

1972
II.448 Lippincott Inc.

View PDF of folder II.448

undated
II.449 Link, Anna

Twenty-seven unidentified black-and-white photographs.

undated
II.450 Link, Anna

Forty unidentified black-and-white photographs and various contact sheets.

undated
II.451 Locci, Bruno 1973
II.452 Long, Richard

1 of 2 folders. Includes ten black-and-white photographs documenting Long's work.

1969-1970
II.453 Long, Richard

2 of 2 folders. Includes exhibition catalogue for, Sculpture by Richard Long Made for Martin and Mia Visser (Note: cover loose) and exhibition announcements for shows at Konrad Fischer (Düsseldorf) and Fernsehgalerie (Berlin).

1969
II.454 Lo Savio, Francesco

Includes catalogue from the thirty-sixth Venice Biennale.

1972
II.455 Lougo, Robert undated
II.456 Lowe, Steven undated
II.457 Lozano, Lee

Includes correspondence; press release; documentation for Lozano's Wave Series at The Whitney Museum of American Art and Infofiction. Also includes a copy of Men Who Made a New Physics by Barbara Lovett Cline (book opened to page 113 and marked as "Prop for Take Possession").

1970-1971
II.458 Ludlam, Charles undated
II.459 Lupton, Joanne

Four black-and-white photographs and descriptions.

1972
II.460 Mackenzie, David 1973
II.461 Made in Philadelphia 1973
II.462 Maenz, Paul 1971
II.463 Mail Art

Includes postcard from The Dada Museum, Contact II zine, and Weekly Review by The Northwest Mounted Valise.

1973
II.464 Makanna, Phil

1 of 2 folders. Includes slides from film, Death Valley.

1971
II.465* Makanna, Phil

2 of 2 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs of Dale M. Lanzone's Public Fountain.

undated
II.466 Maloney, Martin undated
II.467 Mangold, Robert

Exhibition announcement for New Work at Fischbach.

1971
II.468 Mann, Andy 1972
II.469 Manzoni, Piero 1973
II.470 Mapston, Tim 1974
II.471 Marcus, Aaron

Includes correspondence, press release for Marcus' A Phone Call Around the World, "Documentation of "An X on America," and a black-and-white photograph of Marcus by Susan Marcus.

1973
II.472 Marden, Brice 1973
II.473 Marioni, Tom

Includes letter from Sharp to Marioni and announcement for a collaborative show between Marioni and Allan Fish.

1971
II.474 Marquez, Hudson 1973
II.475 Martin, Agnes

Exhibition announcement for show at Salvatore (Milan).

1974
II.476 Marx 1973
II.477 Math, Stuart 1973
II.478 Matta 1973
II.479 Matta-Clark, Gordon

Includes poster for Matta-Clark exhibition at 112 Greene St. Gallery; exhibition announcements for A Series of Partially Totaled Buildings at John Gibson Gallery, Inc. and Alternatives, an all-day show on Mercer St. (June 8-16, 1973); four black-and-white photographs by Caroline Goodden; and a letter to Béar and Sharp from Matta-Clark on the withholding of works from the São Paulo Biennale. Also includes exhibition material from the posthumous exhibition FOOD (1999-2000)

View PDF of folder II.479

1970-2000
II.480* Matta-Clark, Gordon

Poster for exhibition at Westfälisches Landesmuseum, Münster.

1999-2000
II.481* Max Hutchinson Gallery

Poster for Hybrids (performance).

undated
II.482* Max's Kansas City

Mechanical/page lay-out.

undated
II.483 Mayor, David 1972
II.484 [The] Mayor Gallery

Includes black-and-white photograph showing a car being overturned on South Molton St., London during demonstrations protesting President Nixon's visit to the city on February 24, 1969.

1969
II.485 McCall, Anthony

Includes documentation and black-and-white photographs relating to McCall's works: Four Projected Movements, Long Film for Ambient Light and Line Describing a Cone, Maud Heath's Monument, Photo-me Machine, Road Work, and Circulation Figures.

1972-1975
II.486 McClintock, Jane 1981
II.487 McDonald, Robert undated
II.488 McLean, Bruce

Includes correspondence and postcards from Mclean to Sharp, black-and-white photographs, editorial sketches for Avalanche no. 2, and red plastic toy lips in a stapled wax envelope.

1969-1971
II.489 McLean, Robert 1971
II.490 Meadmore, Clement

Includes catalogue and press release from exhibition at Max Hutchinson Gallery.

1971
II.491 Medalla, David 1962
II.492 Media Contract Verlag Agentur 1971
II.493 Melchert, Jim 1973
II.494 Merserau, Carol undated
II.495 Merz, Mario

Includes article on Merz by Germano Celant from Domus no. 439 (June 1971); exhibition announcements; press release; and an installation image of Cancelled Numbers.

1970-1972
II.496 Messager, Annette 1975
II.497 Metson, Graham 1974
II.498 Metz, Mike

1 of 3 folders. Includes eleven black-and-white photographs.

1972-1973
II.499 Metz, Mike

2 of 3 folders. Includes correspondence and "blueprints" for performances.

1971
II.500* Metz, Mike

3 of 3 folders. Two Metz posters from events at The Study for Performance at Rhode Island School of Design.

1972
II.501 Meyers, Frosty undated
II.502 Michael, Ann undated
II.503 Michaelson, Ronald Earl

Small catalogue with description of works, actions, and performances.

1971-1977
II.504 Miller, Brenda

Includes exhibition announcements, artist's statement, five black-and-white installation photographs of Verjongen at The Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (Rotterdam).

1971-1973
II.505* Miller, George

Poster for exhibition at The Fine Arts Gallery at California State College at Los Angeles (October 17, 1971).

1971
II.506 Miller, Larry 1970
II.507 Miller, Thomas Grant undated
II.508 Miscellaneous

1 of 2 folders. Includes exhibition pamphlet from The Shaped Canvas exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (Note: Preexisting water damage); a portfolio of drawings by El Hortelano; black-and-white photographs of Ilkka Juhani Takalo-Eskola's Human Limits, I am Thinking to Float Away, and A Head as Muse; as well as works by Carl-Erik Ström.

1964-1980
II.509* Miscellaneous

2 of 2 folders. Poster for El Hortelano.

1964-1980
II.510 Miss, Mary

Includes sixteen black-and-white installation photographs and exhibition announcements.

1973-1975
II.511 Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo undated
II.512 Montano, Linda 1973
II.513 Moore College of Art

View PDF of folder II.513

1973
II.514 Moorman, Charlotte

Program for Women's Video Festival at The Kitchen.

1972
II.515 Morgan, Robert undated
II.516 Morgan, Tony 1971
II.517 Morris, Robert

Includes film stills and documentation from Morris' Exchange.

1973
II.518 Mouraud, Tania

Includes exhibition material from The Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris.

1973-1976
II.519 Mueller, Stephen undated
II.520 Munhall, Edgar

Includes numerous letters and postcards from Munhall to Norman Fisher.

1974
II.521 Muntadas, Antonio

Includes twelve black-and-white photographs and correspondence.

undated
II.522 Murray, Ian 1973
II.523 Museum of Conceptual Art (MOCA)

1 of 2 folders. Includes numerous correspondence between Allan Fish at MOCA and David H. Katzive, Director at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; "Quid Pro Quo Process Sculpture" by Paul Kos; and four color slides -- one marked "Uncle Willoughby."

1970
II.524* Museum of Conceptual Art (MOCA)

2 of 2 folders. Poster for 6 Comedy Sonatas at MOCA.

undated
II.525 [The] Museum of Modern Art

Press release regarding the appointment of John H. Limpert, Jr. as Director of Membership and Development; a copy of "Museum Workers Union of America Newsletter" no. 2, July 1971; press clipping from The New York Times detailing museum worker strike (August 21, 1971); press release for the opening of Joan Miró exhibition (October 1973).

1973
II.526 Museum of Neo-Eclecticism and Post-Object Art 1973
II.527 Museums

Includes various press releases and calendars of events.

1970-1971
II.528 [The] Natural History Improvisation Company

Includes performances flyers and posters and press releases.

1972-1973
II.529 Nauman, Bruce

1 of 2 folders. Includes press release, programs for performances, performance and exhibition flyers, edited interview typescript, correspondence, black-and-white photographs of Cubic Foot of Steel Pressed Between my Palms, John Coltrane Piece, Steel Channel Piece, Dead Center, Holograms, Making Faces, and My Name Exaggerated 14 Times Vertically..

1965-1970
II.530* Nauman, Bruce

2 of 2 folders. Posters for Nauman's audio/video projects as well as for Multiples and Graphics at the Palley Cellar.

1969-1970
II.531 Nelson, Roger 1973
II.532 N.E. Thing 1970
II.533 New Artists

1 of 2 folders. Includes fourteen small black-and-white film stills documenting Ilene Segalove's Bra-Fitting Tape; exhibition announcement for Michele Zaza in Bari, Italy; and "Fragments on Signalism" by Miroljub Todorović.

1973
II.534* New Artists

2 of 2 folders. "Six Days of Indecent Exposure," article on the work of Andrea Kovac at Yale University.

1973
II.535 News Letter

Includes two copies of News Letter no.2 (from The Council for the Arts at MIT).

1973
II.536 Newsletter on the Arts (Diana Zlotnick) 1973-1974
II.537 New York Civil Liberties Union 1972
II.538 New York Corres-Sponge Dance School of Vancouver

Includes exhibition and performance flyers.

1970-1973
II.539 New York Cultural Center 1971-1972
II.540 New York State Council on the Arts

Includes membership list and press release.

1977
II.541 Neustein, Joshua

Includes catalogue from Neustein exhibition of drawings at Rina Gallery; photographs of Horizons and Variations, Removal Piece, and Ordering of Property. Folder also includes documentation on other artists working in Israel (such as Avital Geva, Moshe Gerhuni and Gerard Marx)

undated
II.542 Nevelson, Louise

Exhibition announcement for exhibition at The Pace Gallery.

1972
II.543 Niblock, Phill 1970
II.544 Nolte, Gunter 1973
II.545 Nonas, Richard

1 of 2 folders.

1973-1975
II.546* Nonas, Richard

2 of 2 folders. Includes small poster for exhibition at 383 West Broadway.

1974-1975
II.547 [The] Nonphenomena Foundation 1973
II.548 Nordman, Maria 1974
II.549 Notargiacomo, Gianfranco

Black-and-white photograph of Alphabets.

1972
II.550 [La] Nouvelle Revue d'Art Moderne undated
II.551 Nova Scotia College of Art and Design 1971
II.552 Oiticica, Helio

Includes three interview typescripts by Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp, a letter from Sharp to Oiticica, and a contact sheet.

1970-1971
II.553 Oldenburg, Claes undated
II.554 Olson, Jeff 1973-1974
II.555 Ontani, Luigi 1975
II.556 Onyx 1971
II.557 Oppenheim, Dennis

1 of 3 folders. Includes exhibition announcements for shows at The Museum of Conceptual Art (MOCA); two copies of Dennis Oppenheim: Catalyst 1967-1979; press clipping of "Snow Projects from Canadian Border" from The New York Times, 1969; copy of Art Now: New York (Vo1. 1, no. 1); and edited interview transcript from April 17, 1971.

1968-1970
II.558 Oppenheim, Dennis

2 of 3 folders. Includes a program for film and video projects on view at 98 Greene Street; black-and-white photographs of Wound 1948-1970 and Bananas Mountain; photocopies of various press clippings; catalogue from Nine Days with Dennis Oppenheim at Center of Art and Communication; miscellaneous black-and-white photographs and color slides of Oppenheim and his work.

1967-1971
II.559* Oppenheim, Dennis

3 of 3 folders. Poster for Oppenheim exhibition, Ground Mutations, at Reese Palley San Francisco.

1970
II.560 Ordover, Jerald 1973
II.561 Orentlicher, John 1974
II.562 Osowski, Paul

Handwritten letter from Osowski to Béar.

1970
II.563 Overman, Ken undated
II.564 Pace Gallery 1971
II.565 Padow, Judy 1971
II.566 Paik, Nam June

Includes correspondence, contact sheet of black-and-white images, and interview transcript of conversation between Paik and Béar.

1972
II.567 Panamarenko 1972
II.568 Paolini, Giulio

Includes exhibition announcements and black-and-white installation images of Apotheosis of Homer, Early Dynastic and Untitled.

1964-1971
II.569 Paolucci, Flavio

Gallery material from Galerie Stampa.

1973
II.570 Parker, Chris

Includes black-and-white photograph documenting Parker's Decent into Canyon; program for Circumference; three black-and-white contact sheets; and handwritten letter from Parker to Sharp.

1970-1971
II.571 Parr, Mike undated
II.572 Patella, Luca

Includes film stills from SKMP2

1968-1970
II.573* Paula Cooper Gallery

Exhibition poster for group exhibition that included works by Jennifer Bartlett, Lynda Benglis, Robert Grosvenor, Keith Hollingworth, Robert Hout, Ulrich Rückriem, Edwin Ruda, Doug Sanderson, Joel Shapiro, Alan Shields, Richard Van Buren, Jaqueline Winsor, KS Zapkus.

undated
II.574 Pechter, Paul

Device Intended to Function as Art Device.

1970
II.575 Peck, Robin undated
II.576* Penck, A.R.

Poster for Penck exhibition, Installation, at Anna Leonowens Gallery at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

1973
II.577 Penelope 1972
II.578 Pennypacker, Norm undated
II.579 Penone, Giuseppe undated
II.580 Performance Announcements

Includes announcements for: Bill Beckley show at John Gibson Gallery, the International Festival of Women and Film, and Patricia and Robert Rohm at the Fine Arts Center at The University of Rhode Island.

1973
II.581 Perreault, John

Flyer for Perreault performance at St. Mark's Church (March 15, 1972).

1972
II.582 Phelan, William

1 of 2 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs of New Things for My Place, Light to Dark Colors Moving Across Table, Fingers Crossed Three Times, Plexiglass Piece Conducting Light to Floor, and Self Reflextion Next to Plexiglass Piece.

1973
II.583 Phelan, William

2 of 2 folders. Includes black-and-white photograph of The Empty White Frame on The White Wall and letter from Phelan to Sharp.

undated
II.584 Piatt, Jim

Includes correspondence, photographs documenting Piatt's arm injections and his piece, Head.

1971
II.585 Piene, Otto

Includes extended version of, "Tomorrow and The Rainbow: About Light, Art and Light Art," lecture given at Harvard University Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts on January 20, 1966.

1966
II.586 Pistoletto, Michelangelo

Catalogue published by Galleria la Bertesca. Note: in Italian.

1966
II.587 Plagens, Peter 1973
II.588 Poetry

1 of 2 folders. Includes issue of Lotta Poetica, no. 12. Note: In Italian.

1972
II.589* Poetry

Poster for 5 Poets. Readings. at 98 Greene Street Loft.

undated
II.590 Political

Includes press releases from the U.S. Committee for Justice to Latin American Political Prisoners (USLA); Photocopy of "If You Are Maimed by a Criminal, You Can Be Compensated (Maybe)" by Wayne King in The New York Times Magazine (note: original restricted for preservation purposes); press release for Open Show at the School of the Visual Art Gallery; "The Manifesto of WSABAL: Women Students and Artists for Black Art Liberation A Student Organization of Black Art Workers"; and a flyer announcing a "Protest Against Art Censorship" at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

1970-1971
II.591 Pomona College Gallery

Catalogue for Los Angeles Painters of the Nineteen-Twenties.

1972
II.592 Poons, Larry undated
II.593 Popper, Frank

Includes "Problems in the Classification of Contemporary Works of Plastic Art in Motion," "Movements of Light in the Visual Arts," and Naissance de l'art Cinetique.

1965-1967
II.594 Postcards 1973
II.595 Potts, Don

Includes exhibition announcements for My First Car.

1972
II.596 Prague, Wolfgang 1971
II.597 Press Clippings

Preservation photocopies. Note: Orginals restricted for preservation purposes.

1970-1975
II.598 Press Clippings

Preservation photocopies. Note: Orginals restricted for preservation purposes.

1965-1970
II.599 Press Clippings

Preservation photocopies. Note: Originals restricted for preservation purposes.

1965-1970
II.600 Press Clippings

Preservation photocopies. Note: Orginals restricted for preservation pursposes.

1965-1970
II.601 Press Clippings

Preservation photocopies. Note: Orginals restricted for preservation purposes.

1965-1970
II.602 Press Clippings

Preservation photocopies. Note: Orginals restricted for preservation purposes.

1965-1970
II.603 Press Clippings

Preservation photocopies. Note: Orginals restricted for preservation purposes.

1965-1970
II.604 Press Clippings

Preservation photocopies. Note: Orginals restricted for preservation purposes.

1965-1970
II.605 Press Clippings

Preservation photocopies. Note: Orginals restricted for preservation purposes.

1965-1970
II.606* Press Clippings

Note: Restricted. Brittle newsprint; restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies, for research access, contained in folders above, II.603 - II.605.

1965-1970
II.607 Prini, Emilio undated
II.608 Progressive Architecture 1970
II.609 Prospects

Issue nos. 2 and.3. Note: In Italian.

1972
II.610 Protetch-Rivkin Gallery 1971
II.611 [The] Public Eye 1974
II.612 Quaderni de Foscherari Bologna

Catalogue on Arte Povera that includes essays by Germano Celant.

1968
II.613 Questions File undated
II.614 Rabinowitch, David 1974
II.615 Rainer, Arnulf

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence and several black-and-white photographs of Rainer distorting his face.

1971
II.616* Rainer, Arnulf

2 of 2 folders. Includes poster for Rainer exhibition, Face Design (Munich).

1969
II.617 Rainer, Yvonne

Includes five black-and-white photographs, copy of essay "On Nancy Graves," and choreography notes.

1971-1975
II.618 Raša, T.D. undated
II.619 Rauschenberg, Robert

Black-and-white installation photograph, by Gianfranco Gorgoni, of Early Egyptian Series at the Musee Galleria.

1973
II.620 Rautert, Timm 1971
II.621 Ray, Man

Announcement for Man Ray at Bal Blanc.

1974
II.622 Reich, Steve

Program for Three Concerts.

1973
II.623 Reinhardt, Ad

Exhibition announcement for Ad Reinhardt: overzichtstentoonstelling at the Van Abbemuseum (Eindhoven, Holland).

1972
II.624 Re: I: Union 1971
II.625 [The] Richard Demarco Gallery 1973
II.626 Richardson, Sam undated
II.627 Richter, Gerhard 1973
II.628 Ringma, Bettie

Small color photograph of Ringma with Angela Davis in New York on November 10, 1975.

1975
II.629 Rinke, Klaus

1 of 2 folders. Includes press release from The Museum of Modern Art for Projects: Klaus Rinke and seven black-and-white photographs.

1960-1973
II.630* Rinke, Klaus

2 of 2 folders. Page layout designs.

1960-1973
II.631 Robertson, Clive Su 1973
II.632 Robinson, Victor 1972
II.633 Rockburne, Dorothea 1972-1974
II.634 Roehr, Peter 1972-1974
II.635 Rofhear, Irene

Correspondence and handwritten notes.

1977
II.636 Romano, Salvatore 1973
II.637 Rosler, Martha

Incudes postcard novel Tijuana Maid.

1976
II.638 Ross, Charles 1972
II.639 Rotko, Ruth 1971
II.640 Rückriem, Ulrich

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence and handwritten letter from Rückriem to Sharp. Also includes edited interview typescript (from Avalanche no. 3).

1971
II.641 Rückriem, Ulrich

2 of 2 folders. Includes miscellaneous negatives, contact sheets, and black-and-white photographs.

1969-1970
II.642 Ruffi, Gianni

Includes three black-and-white installation photographs.

1972
II.643 Ruppersberg, Allen

Includes brochure for Al's Grand Hotel and "A Lecture on Houdini (for Terry Allen)."

1971
II.644 Ruscha, Edward

Includes invitation for the release party for Ruscha's Colored People: A New Book by Edward Ruscha at Leo Castelli (New York).

1972
II.645 Ruthenbeck, Reiner

Includes twenty-two black-and-white installation photographs.

1969-1970
II.646 Salvo

Includes small catalogue from John Weber Gallery (Note: slight water damage).

1970-1973
II.647 Sanderson, Doug

Seven black-and-white photographs.

undated
II.648* Sandfort, Bernhard

Poster for Sandfort exhibition, Metastatik: Theorie-Praxis-Malerei, at Produzenten-galerie (Berlin).

1971
II.649 Santos, Carlos 1973
II.650* Sarenco

Exhibition poster for Le "Azioni Poetiche" di SARENCO" at Studio Brescia.

1972
II.651 Sato, Masaki undated
II.652 Savoie, Robert

Poster for Oscillations at The Electric Gallery.

1971
II.653 Scanga, Italo

Includes fifty-four black-and-white photographs (originally in envelope marked "rejects") and performance announcement for show at 93 Grand Street--annotated with handwritten note from Scanga to Sharp and Béar.

1972-1975
II.654 Scarff, S. Thomas 1973
II.655 Schley, Van

1 of 2 folders. 1974 Avalanche calendar designed by Schley numerous copies of Airline Food.

1974
II.656 Schley, Van

2 of 2 folders. Includes inserts, "Different Strokes for Different Folks: An Interview with Van Schley," used in Avalanche no. 7; correspondence related to Schley's participation in the exhibition, Software, at The Jewish Museum (1970); and two photocopies of Sharp's essay, "Place and Process," published in Art Forum (1969).

View PDF of folder II.656

1969-1974
II.657 Schneider, Ira 1975
II.658 Schrörck, R.D. 1973
II.659 Scull, Robert

Includes list of artworks for sale at the Scull Collection Auction at Sotheby Parke Bermet, Inc. on October 18, 1973 and edited interview typescript between Scull and Béar.

1973
II.660 Sculpture 3 1973
II.661 Serra, Richard

Includes edited interview typescript between Serra and Sharp.

1973
II.662* Shaffer, James

Silkscreened poster for James P. Schaffer Paralyzes the Universe at Detroit Institute of the Arts.

1972
II.663 Shafrazi, Tony

1 of 2 folders.

1974
II.664* Shafrazi, Tony

2 of 2 folders. Front page of The Los Angeles Times with article about the vandalizing of Guernica.

1974
II.665 Shapiro, Joel 1974
II.666 Sharp, Willoughby

1 of 2 folders. Includes correspondence, flyers for Live? and Territories of the Self (a video performance by Sharp), and edited drafts of Sharp's essays, "Post-Studio Sculpture" and "Elemental Sculpture."

1975
II.667* Sharp, Willoughby

2 of 2 folders. Poster for lecture-demonstration, "American Art After Andre," given by Sharp at Royal College of Art and black-and-white photograph of Sharp outside speaking to a group.

undated
II.668 Sherk, Bonnie

1 of 2 folders. Correspondence and black-and-white installation photograph of Still Life with Calf, Turf, and Cement Block at Reese Palley Gallery.

1970
II.669* Sherk, Bonnie

2 of 2 folders. Poster for Include Yourself an event of "alternative events, environments and materials" in San Francisco.

1970
II.670 Sherman, Tom 1973
II.671 Shunk-Kender

Note: Preexisting water damage on handwritten notes.

undated
II.672 Silverman, Barbara 1971
II.673 Simmons, Charles

Contact sheets and negatives.

1972
II.674 Skelybye, Poul 1973
II.675 Smith, Barbara

Includes performance flyers.

undated
II.676 Smith, Larry

Includes black-and-white photographs of Re-Location Construct.

1971
II.677 Smithson, Robert

1 or 2 folders. Includes handwritten notes and edited text about Smithson's Amarillo Ramp (materials used in Avalanche no. 8).

1973
II.678 Smithson, Robert

2 of 2 folders. Includes handwritten notes and edited text about Smithson's Amarillo Ramp (materials used in Avalanche no. 8).

1973
II.679 Snow, Michael undated
II.680 Soft As Art 1973
II.681 Software

Materials relating to Software exhibition at The Jewish Museum including six black-and-white installation photographs, "The Crafting of Media" by Theodor H. Nelson, and "Notes on Art and Information Processing" by Jack Burnham.

1970
II.682 Something Else Press 1970
II.683 Sondheim, Alan

Includes black-and-white photographs of The Insect as Mechanical System/Body Modification; "Note on Interpretation of a Formula for Counting Hierarchies;" and "Typed Glossolalia: Computer Analysis of Determinism in Man."

1972
II.684 Sonfist, Alan

Includes black-and-white installation photographs of Landscape Indoors, Landscape, Landscape Outdoors, Element Selection, and One Stage in the Growth and Decay of My Body.

1972
II.685 Sonnier, Keith

Includes film stills, exhibition announcements, and correspondence.

1969-1975
II.686 Souza, Al 1973
II.687 Spargo, Patricia 1973
II.688 Spoerri, Daniel 1966
II.689 Spoleto

Catalogue from Spoleto Festival, June 23-July 9, 1972.

1973
II.690 Staeck, Klaus 1971
II.691 Stark, Larry

Includes correspondence and In The Merry Month of May Larry Crossed The U.S.A. Ate McDonald's All The Way Tells His Story Day By Day.

1971
II.692* Steirischer Herbst '73 1973
II.693 Stembera, Petr

Includes correspondence and forty-two black-and-white photographs by Petr Stembera, Peter Bartoš, J. H. Kocman, and Josef Kroutvor.

1971
II.694 Stevens, Graham

Five black-and-white photographs of Atmostfields.

1970
II.695 Stevens, Wally 1977
II.696 ST/ISSUE

Vol. 1, No. 2, June-July 1972.

1974
II.697 Stromberg, Harvey undated
II.698 Stöckhert, Brigitte 1972
II.699 Stoerchle, Wolfgang

1 of 2 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs of Untitled and Ronald Reagan.

1970
II.700* Stoerchle, Wolfgang

2 of 2 folders.

undated
II.701 Summers, Elaine 1970
II.702 Suzuki Graphics 1970
II.703 Swann, Charles B.

If I am Not a Performer/The Order is Not Easily Changed audio record. Note: record cracked, unplayable.

undated
II.704 Tacha, Athena

Ten Projects for Staircases.

1970-1971
II.705 Tavenner, Patricia 1973
II.706 Thomas, Gwenn 1975
II.707 Time Out

Time Out London, March 23-29 1972.

1972
II.708 Tiptop Post Cards 1973
II.709 Topazzini, Jean

Includes handwritten letter from Topazzini to Béar (in French) and L'Aventure Merveilleuse du Très Génial R.M.

1975
II.710 Toroni, Niele 1974
II.711 Trakas, George

1 of 2 folders. Typed extracts from Trakas' notebooks.

1971
II.712* Trakas, George

2 of 2 folders. Poster for Trakas exhibition at City University of New York Graduate Center.

1975
II.713 Trantho undated
II.714 Trbuljak, Goran

Includes correspondence and Trbuljak's 1972 Artiste Anonyme.

1972-1974
II.715 Tremlett, David

Includes press release for Tremlett's The Spring Recordings, Green "and other works made over the last three years" at The Museum of Modern Art. Also includes edited interview transcript (for Avalanche no. 3).

1973
II.716 Tsai undated
II.717 Tuttle 1974
II.718 Uecker, Günther 1970
II.719 Ulrichs, Timm 1973
II.720 Unidentified Photography undated
II.721 Unidentified Photography undated
II.722* Unidentified Photography

Miscellaneous photographs including a photograph by Paul Wong (possibly featuring Annastacia McDonald and Kenneth Fletcher from the artist group The Mainstreeters).

undated
II.723 Unknown Artists

1 of 2 folders. Includes miscellaneous postcards and unidentified black-and-white photographs from Gordon Matta-Clark and Jeffrey Lew's trip to Peru.

1970
II.724* Unknown Artists

2 of 2 folders. Press clippings.

undated
II.725 University Art Museum, Berkeley undated
II.726 Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven

Includes exhibition brochure for Experiment in Grafiek.

1971
II.727 Van Elk, Ger

Includes art & project bulletin nos. 19 and 33.

1970-1974
II.728 Van Saun, John

Includes black-and-white photographs documenting Van Saun's performance, Fire. Note: Some photographs have preexisting water damage.

undated
II.729 Van Snick 1974
II.730 Vautier, Ben 1973
II.731 Vazan, William

Includes correspondence, four black-and-white photographs, and Worldline (1969-1971).

1973
II.732 Véhicule Art

1 of 2 folders. Includes several flyers and posters, correspondence, and black-and-white photographs of a Robert Longo performance at Véhicule.

1973
II.733* Véhicule Art

2 of 2 folders. Exhibition posters.

undated
II.734 Venet, Bernar 1972
II.735 Vergine, Lea

"Ill Pubblico Come Cassa di Risonanza" from Domus(September 1973).

1973
II.736 Viallat, Claude 1973
II.737 Victoria, Ted 1974
II.738 Video

Includes edited text on videos and films by Keith Sonnier, Ed Ruscha, and Richard Serra.

1970-1975
II.739 Vila Flor, Manuel 1973
II.740 Vishniac, Roman

Press release for The Concerns of Roman Vishniac: Man, Nature and Science at The Jewish Museum.

1971-1972
II.741 Vision undated
II.742* Von Euer, Judith 1972
II.743 Von Schlegell, David 1970
II.744 Wada, Yoshi undated
II.745 Wade, Bob 1973
II.746 Wall, Jeff 1971
II.747 Walther, Franz Erhard

Includes handwritten notes, correspondence, and a catalogue for Prozess Material.

1970-1976
II.748 Warhol, Andy

Includes edited typescript of interview between Warhol and David Bourdon.

undated
II.749 Watanabe, Hiroshi 1972
II.750 Watts, Bob 971
II.751 Webb, Jim

Black-and-white installation photograph of Webb's Purple Heart.

1970
II.752 Weber, John

Exhibition announcements.

1971-1972
II.753 Wegman, William

1 of 3 folders. Includes numerous correspondence between Sharp and Wegman (Note: some with slight preexisting water damage); a Christmas card; edited interview typescript; contact sheet with black-and-white images: and various descriptions of works and performances.

1969-1971
II.754 Wegman, William

2 of 3 folders. Includes exhibition announcements and page layout sketches for Mrs. Burke, I Thought You Were Dead Already (Avalanche no.2).

1971
II.755 Wegman, William

3 of 3 folders. Includes black-and-white photographs from Mrs. Burke, I Thought You Were Dead (Avalanche no. 2) and other unidentified photographs.

1970-1971
II.756 Weiner, Lawrence

Includes several international gallery announcements.

1970-1974
II.757 Welch, Roger

1 of 2 folders. Includes photographs and documentation related to Welch's High Jump Piece, Traffic Circle Bisection, Mississippi River Piece, Cell, and Graveyard Work.

1970-1971
II.758* Welch, Roger

2 of 2 folders. Poster for Welch's performance, Rituals, at 98 Greene St. Loft on November 1, 1971.

1971
II.759 Werner, Kenneth 1971
II.760 Wesley, John 1973
II.761 West Coast Announcements 1973
II.762 Wharton, Margaret

Black-and-white photograph of Accordion Chair.

1975
II.763 Whitney Museum of American Art

Includes press release and thirty-five black-and-white installation photographs from the Whitney Annual: Sculpture 1970.

1970
II.764 Wiley, William T. 1971
II.765 Whilhite, Bob

Black-and-white photograph documenting performance at the Broxton Gallery.

1975
II.766 Wilke, Hannah 1972
II.767 Wilson, Ian 1972
II.768 Wilson, Robert

Includes six unidentified black-and-white performance photographs and eleven contact sheets.

1974
II.769 Winsor, Jackie

1 of 2 folders. Includes black-and-white installation photographs.

1973-1974
II.770* Winsor, Jackie

2 of 2 folders. Includes press clippings.

1974
II.771 Winzer, Icke 1973
II.772 Witkin, Isaac undated
II.773 Wojciechowski, Krzysztof

Includes fiver black-and-white photographs.

1974
II.774 Women's Issues

1 of 2 folders. Includes press clippings, press releases , conference proceedings, correspondence, and edited transcript from the "Critics and Historians Workshop" (workshop included Béar, Linda Nochlin, and Cindy Nemser).

1972-1978
II.775* Women's Issues

2 of 2 folders. Includes Women and Art (Winter 1971) and Woman's World (November-December 1971).

1971
II.776 Woody, Howard 1973
II.777 W.O.R.K.S. undated
II.778 Young, Irene

Exhibition announcement for 4 Boxes at PS 1.

1979
II.779 Young, La Monte 1973
II.780 Zacharias, Athos 1973
II.781 Zaima, Stephen 1971
II.782 Zorio, Gilberto

Includes five black-and-white photographs.

1974

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Series III: Audio Tapes 1968-1978

Series III is comprised entirely of audio files, which are arranged chronologically (chronological arrangement was done by the archivist). For the most part, these recordings document interviews and conversations between Béar, Sharp, and Avalanche-featured artists. Several of the interviews found in this series reflect the interviews reproduced in the magazine such as those with Barry Le Va, William Wegman, Vito Acconci and Tina Girouard. In nearly all instances the interviews included in the pages of Avalanche do not reproduce the exact content heard on these tapes and consequently, researchers are sure to identify editorial changes. It is important to note that all editing was done collaboratively with the artists. There are also recordings included in this series that did not appear in Avalanche. Examples include an interview between Sharp and Ger Van Elk marked "'The Symmetry of Diplomacy'" and another with Meredith Monk marked "Pseudo-Marxism." Recordings of other events such as performances and lectures are also included.

As of January 2015, several of the interviews and their corresponding transcripts were reviewed and annotated by Béar. In several cases, Béar clarified misheard names and marked where interviews took place and for what purposes. Subsequently, researchers will notice that several transcripts contain notations by Béar. Photocopies of any additional notes made by Béar may also be included.

The original recordings, which were either recorded on cassette or audio reel, were digitally reformatted and burned onto CDs. These CDs are now available to researchers. Transcripts of the CDs' content have also been created and are included in the files with the remastered recordings. Researchers should note that transcripts were not made for recordings of musical performances or those in foreign languages. The original tapes and the preservation masters (preserved on DVD) are marked as restricted for preservation purposes. The reformatting of the audio tapes was largely overseen by the Museum's former Dedalus Fellow, Naomi Kuromiya.

Folder Title Date
III.1a Carl Andre

Originally recorded on 7" reel. Interview by Béar and Sharp for Avalanche no. 1. Recorded material on two CDs.

12/1/1968
III.1b Mike Heizer

Originally recorded on 7" reel. Interview conducted for Avalanche no. 1. Recorded material on two CDs.

12/1/1968
III.2 Dennis Oppenheim

Originally recorded on 5" reel. Interview conducted for Avalanche no. 1

1968
III.3 Michael Heizer, Dennis Oppenheim, Robert Smithson

Originally recorded on 7" reel. Recorded material on five CDs.

12/1968-1/1969
III.4 Jan Dibbets

Originally recorded on 7" reel. Interview by Béar and Sharp for Avalanche no. 1.

1/1/1969
III.5 Dennis Oppenheim, Robert Smithson

"Interview with the artists at 204 East 20th St." Originally recorded on 5" reel. Interview with Béar and Sharp for Avalanche no. 1.

1/1/1969
III.6 David Tremlett

Originally recorded on 5" reel. Incorrectly labeled as interviews with Smithson and Oppenheim, title changed by Archives. Recorded material on three CDs.

5/24/1971
III.7 Dennis Oppenheim, Robert Smithson

Originally recorded on 5" reel.

c. 1/1969
III.8 Dennis Oppenheim

Originally recorded on 7" reel. Recorded material on three CDs.

1969
III.9 Howard Fried

Originally recorded on 7" reel. Interview by Béar for Avalanche no. 4. Recorded material on four CDs.

5/1/1970
III.10 Jeffrey Lew, Alan Saret

Originally recorded on 5" reel. Interview conducted by Béar and Sharp for Avalanche no. 2.

12/1/1970
III.11 Vito Acconci, Terry Fox, Dennis Oppenheim

Recording of "discussion" with the artists. Originally recorded on 7" reel. Interview conducted by Béar and Sharp for Avalanche no. 2.

1/1/1971
III.12 Vito Acconci, Terry Fox, Dennis Oppenheim

Recording of "discussion" with the artists. Originally recorded on 7" reel. Originally marked as "Interview conducted by Béar and Sharp for Avalanche no.2", but in 2015 this recording was re-identified correctly as and interview between Willoughby Sharp interviewed Dennis Oppenheim from April 17, 1971. Recorded on 20th Street in New York City. An edited version of this interview was published by Studio International in November of 1971.

1/1/1971
III.13 Vito Acconci

Originally recorded on Irish 261 cassette. Recorded material on two CDs.

8/1/1971
III.14a Barry Le Va

Originally recorded on Ampex 361 cassette. Interview conducted by Béara nd Sharp for Avalanche no. 3.

c. 1971
III.14b Robert Morris

Originally recorded on Ampex 361 cassette.

8/1/1971
III.15 Vito Acconci

Originally recorded C90 cassette.

c. 8/1971
III.16 Vito Acconci

Originally recorded C90 cassette. Recorded material on 2 CDs.

c. 8/1971
III.17 Phillip Glass, Germano Celant

Originally recorded on 5" reel. Recorded material on 2 CDs.

1971
III.18 Jannis Kounellis

Originally recorded on 5" reel. Recording contained portions in foreign language; only English portions transcribed. Interview by Sharp for Avalanche no. 5.

1971
III.19 Barry Le Va

Originally recorded on 5" reel. Interview conducted by Béar and Sharp for Avalanche no. 3.

1971
III.20 Barry Le Va

Originally recorded on 5" reel.

1971
III.21a Bruce McLean

Original Scotch C120 cassette was rehoused and original casing destroyed in reformatting process and discarded by AVPS. David Tremlett potentially speaking on tape.

1971
III.21b Willoughby Sharp

Original Scotch C120 cassette was rehoused and original casing destroyed in reformatting process and discarded by AVPS. David Tremlett potentially speaking on tape.

1971
III.22 Ulrich Rückriem

"First try and car." Originally recorded on Phillips C120 cassette. Interview by Sharp for Avalanche no. 3.

1971
III.23 Ulrich Rückriem

"1 and 2." Original Phillips C121 cassette was rehoused, original casing destroyed in the process and discarded by AVPS. Interview by Sharp for Avalanche no. 3. Note: Transcript divided in two folders. Recorded material on two CDs and in folder 1.

1971
III.24 William Wegman

Originally recorded 5" reel. Not published in Avalanche. Interview by Willoughby Sharp. Recorded material on two CDs.

1971
III.25 Lawrence Weiner

"Side 1 and 2." Originally recorded on 5" reel. Interview conducted for Avalanche no. 4

1971
III.26 Lawrence Weiner

"Side 3 and 4." Originally recorded on 5" reel. Interview conducted for Avalanche no. 4

1971
III.27 Barry Le Va

Originally recorded on Maxwell C120.

c. 1971
III.28 Italo Scanga

Original Sony C30 cassette was rehoused, original casing destroyed in the process and discarded by AVPS.

c. 1971
III.29a Vito Acconci

"Coltrane - Impression." Originally recorded on Norelco C90 cassette.

1972
III.29b Vito Acconci

Originally recorded on Norelco C90 cassette. Interview with Béar for Avalanche no. 6.

1972
III.30a Vito Acconci

Originally recorded BASF C90 cassette. Interview by Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar for Avalanche no. 5.

1972
III.30b Yvonne Rainer

Originally recorded BASF C90 cassette. "Interview by Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar." Mislabeled tape: interview by Béar with Yvonne Rainer for Avalanche no. 5.

1972
III.31 Lowell Darling

"First tape." Originally recorded on BASF C90 cassette. Interview by Sharp for Avalanche no. 7.

1972
III.32 Lowell Darling

"Second tape." Originally recorded on BASF C90 cassette. Interview by Sharp for Avalanche no. 7.

1972
III.33 Geoff Hendricks, Fluxus

Originally recorded on a 5" reel. Interview with the artist. Recorded material on two CDs.

1972
III.34 Jannis Kounellis

"Rome." Originally recorded on 5" reel; rehoused and original casing discarded by Dedalus Fellow. Side A in foreign language; not transcribed. Interview with Sharp for Avalanche no. 5. Recorded material on three CDs.

1972
III.35a Bruce McLean

Interview with Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar. Originally recorded on BASF C90 cassette. Interview not published in Avalanche.

1972
III.35b Phillip Glass

Originally recorded on BASF C90 cassette. Interview by Sharp and Béar.

1971
III.36 Yvonne Rainer

Originally recorded on 5" reel. Recorded material on three CDs.

1972
III.37 Yvonne Rainer

Originally recorded on C90 cassette. Interview by Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar for Avalanche no. 5. Recorded material on two CDs.

1972
III.38 Ed Ruscha

Interview by Willoughby Sharp for Avalanche no. 7. Tape was rehoused, original casing destroyed in the process and discarded by AVPS.

1972
III.39 Ed Ruscha

Originally recorded on BASF C90 cassette. Interview by Willoughby Sharp for Avalanche no. 7. Recorded material on two CDs.

1972
III.40 Van Schley

Originally recorded on TDK C90 cassette. Interview by Willoughby Sharp for Avalanche no. 7. Recorded material on two CDs.

1972
III.41a Van Schley

Originally recorded on TDK C90 cassette. Interview with Willoughby Sharp.

1972
III.41b William Wegman

"Easthampton." Originally recorded on TDK C90 cassette. For Avalanche no. 7.

c. 1973
III.42 Richard Serra

Originally recorded on TDK C90 cassette. Interview with Willoughby Sharp.

1972
III.43 Richard Serra

Originally recorded on TDK C90 cassette. Interview with Willoughby Sharp.

1972
III.44 Chris Poland

Originally recorded on Memorex C-60 cassette.

4/6/1973
III.45 General Idea

Originally recorded on Phillips C-60 cassette. For Avalanche no. 7.

4/16/1973
III.46a Image Bank

"Vancouver, Marcel Idea, Mr. Peanut, Dr. Brute." Originally recorded on Memorex C-90 cassette.

7/13/1973
III.46b Image Bank

Originally recorded on Memorex C-90 cassette.

7/13/1973
III.47a Image Bank

"Side 3." Originally recorded on Memorex C-90 cassette.

7/13/1973
III.47b Image Bank

"Blum, Burden." Originally recorded on Memorex C-90 cassette.

7/13/1973
III.48 Tina Girouard

"10 Chatham Square, NYC." Originally recorded on C-60 cassette.

View PDF of folder III.48

9/15/1973
III.49a Grand Union Dance Company

"Produced by WSCB; Joe Barrile, TD." Originally recorded on Memorex C-90 cassette.

9/22/1973
III. 49b Grand Union Dance Company

"Side 2." Originally recorded on Memorex C-90 cassette.

10/1/1973
III.50 Richard Serra

"Spin-out, Prisoners' Dilemma." Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. Interview with Liza Béar for Avalanche no. 9.

10/30/1973 1/27/1974
III.51 Steven Laub

Originally recorded on Sony C-90 cassette. Interview by Sharp. Recorded material on two CDs.

11/22/1973
III.52 Ger Van Elk

"The Symmetry of Diplomacy': An interview with Willoughby Sharp. Los Angeles, California." Originally recorded on LNF 120 cassette. Not published in Avalanche. Recorded material on two CDs.

12/13/1973
III.53 Vito Acconci

Interview by Liza Béar for Avalanche no. 6. Original 5" reel was rehoused and original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Recorded material on two CDs.

1973
III.54 Chris Burden

Originally recorded on C-60 cassette. Interview conducted by Béar and Sharp.

1973
III.55 Tina Girouard

"Cecila." Originally recorded on C-60 cassette. Interview by Béar for Avalanche no. 8.

View PDF of folder III.55

1973
III.56a Tina Girouard

"Louisiana Live, St. Martinville, Looking for Linoleum." Originally recorded on C-60 cassette.

View PDF of folder III.56a

1973
III.56b Tina Girouard

"Louisiana Wild/Dialogue." Originally recorded on C-60 cassette.

View PDF of folder III.56b

1973
III.57 Tina Girouard

"Indian Bayou." Originally recorded on SK C-90 cassette. Recorded material on two CDs.

View PDF of folder III.57

1973
III.58 Tina Girouard

View PDF of folder III.58

1973
III.59a Tina Girouard, Barbara Dilley

Originally recorded on C-60 cassette.

View PDF of folder III.59a

1973
III.59b Phillip Glass Ensemble

Originally C-60 cassette. Interview by Sharp. Not transcribed.

1973
III.60a Grand Union Dance Company

"PIAF." Originally recorded on BASF C-60 cassette.

1973
III.60b Grand Union Dance Company

"Barnard College." Originally recorded on BASF C-60 cassette.

1973
III.61a Richard Serra

"Serra in Amarillo." For Avalanche no. 8. Originally recorded on BASF C-120 cassette.

1973
III.61b Richard Serra

"CJ and SID Amarillo." For Avalanche no.8. Originally recorded on BASF C-120 cassette. Nancy Holt and Sid Feck Interview.

1973
III.62 Richard Serra, Nancy Holt

"Amarillo Ramp." For Avalanche no. 8. Originally recorded on Memorex C-60 cassette.

1973
III.63a Testing Tape

By Liza Béar. Originally recorded on TDK C-90 cassette.

1973
III.63b William Wegman

Originally recorded on TDK C-90 cassette. Interview by Béar for Avalanche no. 7.

1973
III.64 William Wegman

Originally recorded on Memorex C-90 cassette. For Avalanche no. 7.

1973
III.65 William Wegman

Originally recorded on 5" reel. Recorded material on two CDs.

5/26/1905
III.66 Charles Hill, Chris Burden

"112 Green." Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

1/10/1974
III.67 Joseph Beuys

"Joseph Beuys at the New School." Originally recorded on Memorex C-60 cassette.

1/12/1974
III.68a Joseph Beuys

"Joseph Beuys at the New School, second tape."

1/12/1974
III.68b Joseph Beuys

"Joseph Beuys @ 8:00 Club Music." Originally recorded on Sony C-60 cassette.

1974
III.69a Joseph Beuys

"Beuys, Stanhope." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

1/13/1974
III.70a William Wegman

"112 Greene." Originally recorded Scotch C-90 cassette. Includes incidental talk before Chris Burden's Back to You and recorded reactions after the piece; includes Wegman's reaction.

1974
III.70b David Enbom

"Spring St. Bar." Originally recorded on Scotch C-90 cassette. Discussion of video and performance logistics.

1/14/74
III.71a Joan Jonas

Originally recorded on Scotch C-90 cassette. Interview with Liza Béar.

1/17/1974
III.71b Joan Jonas

Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette. Interview with Liza Béar.

2/3/1974
III.72 The Museum of Modern Art

"MoMA video panel." Originally recorded on Daltronix C-60 cassette.

1/24/1974
III.73a Richard Serra, Vito Acconci

"Richard Serra (very little), Vito Acconci, 112 Greene Street." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

1/28/1974
III.74a Rubin Gorewitz

"Gorewitz, copyright meeting." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

1/31/1974
III.74b Rubin Gorewitz

Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

1974
III.75a Joan Jonas, Joel Shapiro

"Joan Jonas second tape, Joel Shapiro on Jonas." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette. First several minutes (first two pages of transcript) is a Shapiro interview, followed by Jonas interview.

2/3/1974
III.75b Joel Shapiro

"Analytical, Liza Béar." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

1975
III.76a Channel 17, Channel 13

Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

2/12/1974
III.76b Andy Mann, Robert Bell

Andy Mann interview by Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp, "Broadcast Technology discussion, Robert Bell Prisoner's Dilemma video performance." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

1974
III.77a Joseph Beuys, Richard Serra

"Beuys, Public Dialogue, extracts. Richard Serra, extras." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

1974
III.77b Dennis Oppenheim

Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette. Interview by Willoughby Sharp for Avalanche no. 9.

2/12/1974
III.78a Keith Sonnier

"8:30pm, Café K-K, Mott Street, NYC." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette. Interview by Liza Béar for Avalanche no. 9.

2/18/1974
III.78b Willoughby Sharp, Liza Béar

"Take 3." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette. Béar interviewing Sharp for Avalanche no. 9.

2/24/1974
III.79a Robert Bell, Linda Lawton

"Robert Bell, Prisoner's Dilemma, Lawton." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

2/22/1974
III.79b Robert Bell, Linda Lawton, Willoughby Sharp, Liza Béar

Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

2/22/1974
III.80a Willoughby Sharp

"Mrs. Sharp, Willoughby Sharp, Robert Scull auction." Originally recorded on Ampex C-60 cassette.

1974
III.80b Willoughby Sharp, Liza Béar

Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. Interview by Béar about Sharp's video performances for Avalanche no. 9.

2/24/1974
III.81 Tony Shafarzi

"Shafarzi arraignment." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

2/28/1974
III.82a Restricted Material
III.82b Yonne Rainer, Rudolph Serra

"Yvonne Rainer, phone. Rudy Serra." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette. Yvonne Rainer long distance phone conversation about film with Béar. Unpublished at Cal Arts.

2/4/1975-2/5/1975
III.83a Joel Fisher, John Hilliard

Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette. Material for Avalanche no. 10 and unpublished material; interview by Béar.

4/25/1974-4/26/1974
III.83b John Hilliard

"Triple Spacing." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

4/26/1974
III.84 Joel Fisher

Interview by Liza Béar for Avalanche no. 10. Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

4/25/1974-4/26/1974
III.85a Simone Forti

"Bronx Zoo." Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

5/6/974
III.85b Grand Union Dance Company

"Barnard College." Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

5/8/1974
III.86a Jack Smith

"Liza Béar, Willoughby Sharp, Luzza, Jack Smith." Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. Note: Transcript includes notations made by Béar in 2014 (only on first page).

5/9/1975
III.86b Jack Smith

"Onnasch, NYC." Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. Note: Transcript includes notations made by Béar in 2014.

5/9/1975
III.87 Gordon Matta-Clark

"Splitting." Originally recorded on Maxwell C-90 cassette. Radio show interview conducted by Liza Béar; also reproduced in Gordon Matta-Clark (London & New York: Phaidon, 2003), pp. 163-9. Recorded material on two CDs.

5/21/1974
III.88 Gordon Matta-Clark

This Maxwell C-90 cassette is a duplicate of III.89 and was not digitized.

5/24/1974
III.89 Gordon Matta-Clark

"155 Wooster Street." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette. Interview by Béar for Avalanche no. 10. Recorded material on two CDs.

5/24/1974
III.90a Jack Smith

"Getting the photos." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

6/2/1974
III.90b Diego Cortez

Interview by Béar. Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

3/13/1974
III.91a Robert Morgan

"Bob Morgan and Friends." Originally recorded on Ampex C-60 cassette. Musical performance not transcribed.

6/6/1974
III.91b Robert Morgan, Diego Cortez

"Bob Morgan continued, Diego." Originally recorded on Ampex C-60 cassette. Musical performance not transcribed.

1974
III.92a Restricted Material
III.92b Terry Fox

"Children's Tapes, transcribed by Liza Béar." Originally recorded on CHF-90 cassette.

5/27/1905
III.93a Project '74

Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette. Recordings partially in French and German, not transcribed.

5/27/1905
III.93b Daniel Buren

Interview by Liza Béar. Recordings partially in French and German, not transcribed. Recorded for Avalanche no. 10. Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

7/6/1974
III.94a Project '74, Wulf Herzogenrath

Originally recorded on C-90 cassette.

7/7/1974
III.94b Wulf Herzogenrath, Vito Acconci

Originally recorded on C-90 cassette. Recorded for Avalanche no 11.

7/7/1974
III.95a Nam June Paik, Jack Smith, Zoo

Originally recorded on C-90 cassette. Recorded for Avalanche no 11.

7/8/1974
III.95b Restricted Material
III.96 Chris Burden

"Second interview" with Liza Béar. Originally recorded on Ampex C-60 cassette.

1974
III.97a Copyright

Phone messages. Originally recorded on Irish C-60 cassette.

1974
III.97b Telephone

Answering machine recording. Originally recorded on Irish C-60 cassette.

1974
III.98a Terry Fox

"Transcribed." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

1974
III.98b Willoughby Sharp

"WS, VS, BA, Landry. Transcribed." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

1974
III.99a Project '74

"Buren, Weiner, Smith, Smith slide show." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

1974
III.99b Daniel Buren

"Buren controversy, Köln, Saturday." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

1974
III.100a Stone of the Crows, Janis Joplin

"Music." Originally recorded on Memorex C-90. Musical performance not transcribed.

c. 1974
III.100b Watergate Hearings

Originally recorded on Memorex C-90 cassette.

c. 1974
III.101a Restricted Material
III.101b Joseph Beuys

"Spring Street Bar, Beuys, JW / JS / LB, legal, Stanhope Hotel."

1/19/1975
III.102a Gary Woods

"Dialogue." Originally recorded on Columbia C-90 cassette.

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III.102b Gary Woods

"Film Statement." Originally recorded on Columbia C-90 cassette.

1/24/1975
III.103a Simone Forti

Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette. Simone Forti interview by Béar for Avalanche no. 10. No Alphonse at the beginning of tape. Note: Folder includes two transcripts; one with notations made by Béar in 2014.

2/27/1975
III.103b Cherry Vanilla

"Cherry Vanilla at Trudy Heller's." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

2/4/1975
III.104 Joel Shapiro

"Interview with Liza Béar. Avalanche issue no. 11." Originally recorded on Norelco C-90 cassette. Recorded material on two CDs.

2/5/1975
III.105a Jack Smith

Originally recorded on Daltronix C-90 cassette. Béar, Jackie Winsor, and probably Tina Girourard talking in a club with music in the background.

c.1975
III.105b The Museum of Modern Art

Originally recorded on Daltronix C-90 cassette.

c.1975
III.106a Tibet benefit, John Gibson, Dickie Landry

Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

c.1975
III.106b Tibet benefit, Washington Square Church, Meredith Monk

Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

c.1975
III.107a Mary Heilmann opening, Holly Solomon Gallery, Rhoda in Potatoland

Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

1/24/1976
III.107b Susan King, Woman's BDG, Gayle Wegman

Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

3/11/1976-3/12/1976
III.108a Restricted Material
III.108b Richard Serra: wild dialogue, Lowell Darling

Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. Note:

3/3/1976
III.109a Richard Serra, Liza Béar, KPFK radio.

Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. For Béar's post-Avalanche radio project.

2/23/1976
III.109b Bryan Jones

Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

3/8/1976
III.110a Gordon Matta-Clark, Musso and Frank

"WBAI second take, Hollywood." Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. Interview by Béar for post-Avalanche radio project.

3/5/1976
III.110b Gordon Matta-Clark, Palos Verdes

Interview by Béar for post-Avalanche radio project.

3/6/1976
III.111a Gordon Matta-Clark, Pier 52, Chris Knowles

The tape was rehoused; original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Tape had LOL syndrome, extensive preservation measures taken. Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

3/11/1976
III.111b Ree Morgan, Joyce Shaw

The tape was rehoused; original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Tape had LOL syndrome, extensive preservation measures taken. Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

3/11/1976
III.112a Liza Béar's lecture at Palomar College

Originally recorded on BASF C-60 cassette. Includes good details on Avalanche contents and modus operandi. At time of lecture, paired with visual slideshow. Note: Folder includes two transcripts; one with notations made by Béar in 2014.

3/11/1976
III.112b Palomar educational TV studio

Originally recorded on BASF C-60 cassette. Béar at Palomar TV Studio discussing early history of Avalanche; also includes unpublished interview with Joyce Cutler-Shaw. Note: folder includes two transcripts; one with notations made by Béar in 2014.

3/11/1976
III.113a Billy Adler

"At Gayle's." Originally recorded on Superscope HR-92 cassette. Unpublished interview with Adler by Béar; discussion of video versus TV. Note: Transcripts includes notations made by Béar in 2014 (on first three pages).

3/12/1976
III.113b Bob Wilhite, Susan Mogul

"Freeway." Originally recorded on Superscope HR-92 cassette.

3/13/1976
III.114a Meatless Martha, Barry Brennan

Originally recorded on C-90 cassette.

3/14/1976
III.114b Barbara Smith

Originally recorded on C-90 cassette.

3/1976
III.115a Restricted Material
III.115b WBAI

Originally recorded on Certron C-90 cassette. Potentially formal interview with Wegman for WBAI, post-Avalanche radio project.

3/22/1976
III.116a Lowell Darling, Ilene Segalove, Los Angeles

Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

3/31/1976
III.116b Restricted Material
III.117a Richard Serra

"Take two, 3am." Originally recorded on Scotch C-90 cassette. WBAI Radio Wave with Béar and Serra; recorded in New York.

3/30/1976
III.117b Diego Cortez

"308 Mott Street." Originally recorded on Scotch C-90 cassette.

4/3/1976
III.118 Meredith Monk

"Quarry Live." Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. Tape was rehoused; original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Music only, not transcribed.

4/14/1976
III.119a Enrico Job

Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

4/5/1976
III.119b Lucio Amelio

Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

4/5/1976
III.120a Meredith Monk

"Take one, pseudo Marxism." Original tape rehoused; original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. Monk interview published in Avalanche no. 13. Includes recording of Carl Andre speaking in a panel discussion. Note: Transcript includes minimal notations made by Béar in 2014.

1976
III.120b Pseudo-Marxism

Original tape rehoused; original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

4/9/1976
III. 121a Richard Serra, Telephone

Original tape was rehoused; original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Tape had LOL syndrome, extensive preservation measures taken. Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. Includes discussion between Serra and Béar on politics in England (to 6:52), followed by phone messages. Note: Folder includes two transcripts; one includes notations made by Béar in 2014.

4/12/1976
III.121b Telephone

Original tape was rehoused; original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Tape had LOL syndrome, extensive preservation measures taken. Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. Recording of answering machine; Jimmy Carter speeck of-air recording. Note: Transcript includes minimal notations made by Béar in 2014.

1976
III.122a Coleen Fitzgibbon

Original tape was rehoused; original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

4/22/1976
III.122b Grand Union, WBAI

"Setting up." Original tape rehoused; original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

1976
III.123 Restricted Material
III.124 Coleen Fitzgibbon

"Take two, Wednesday, 93 Grand Street." Originally recorded on Scotch C-60 cassette.

5/26/1976
III.125 House Judiciary Committee

Original tape rehoused; original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Originally recorded on C-90 cassette. Recorded material on two CDs/H199

7/25/1976
III.126a Jackie Winsor

"Paul Walter's Piece, first take." Original tape rehoused; original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

8/26/1976
III.126b Jackie Winsor

"Paul Walter's Piece, audio for video." Original tape rehoused; original casing discarded by Daedalus Fellow. Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

8/25/1976
III.127a Nancy Holt

"Sunday." Originally recorded on Scotch C-90 cassette.

10/10/1976
III.127b Nancy Holt, Barbara Kopple

"Sunday, Press conference, Harlan Co. USA." Originally recorded on Scotch C-90 cassette.

10/10/1976-10/14/1976
III.128a Toronto, A Space, Cable Soho

Originally recorded on Maxwell C-90 cassette.

10/25/1976
III.128b Restricted Material
III.129a NYFF, Fassbinder press conference

Originally recorded on Scotch C-90 cassette.

10/1976
III.129b NYFF, Eric Rohmer press conference, Telephone

Originally recorded on Scotch C-90 cassette.

1976
III.130 Restricted Material
III.131a Richard Serra, Portland, Bridge Film

Original tape was rehoused; original casing discarded by Dedalus Fellow. Tape had LOL syndrome, extensive preservation measures taken. Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. No transcripts made. Misidentified tape: Béar and Keith Sonnier meeting with Andy Horowitz in midtown Manhattan, NYC.

1976
III.131b Restricted Material
III.132a Einstein at the Met, Vito Acconci

"131 Chrystie." Originally recorded on Scotch C-90 cassette.

11/22/1976
III.132b Restricted Material
III.133a JP Ferraro, VT station

"Broadcast possibilities." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette. Béar and Sharp discussing broadcast possibilities at 93 Grand St. with engineer J.P. Ferraro. Note: folder includes two transcripts; one with notations made by Béar in 2014.

1976
III.133b Max's: Liza Béar, Willoughby Sharp, JP Ferraro

"Broadcast possibilities." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette. Béar, Sharp, and J.P. Ferraro discussion about low-power broadcasting from 93 Grand St; continues at Max's Kansas City. Note: folder includes two transcripts; one with notations made by Béar in 2014.

1976
III.134a Tina Girouard

"Radio Program, WBAI." Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. Original tape rehoused; original casing discarded by Dedalus Fellow.

View PDF of folder III.134a

1976
III.134b Tina Girouard

"Second take." Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette. Original tape rehoused; original casing discarded by Dedalus Fellow.

View PDF of folder III.134b

1976
III.135 Charles Hill

Originally recorded on C-60 cassette.

1976
III.136a Nancy Holt

"First tape." Originally recorded on Scotch C-90 cassette. WBAI program with Nancy Holt speaking about Sun Tunnels. Note: Transcript includes minimal notations made by Béar in 2014.

1976
III.136b Nancy Holt

"Second tape." Originally recorded on Scotch C-90 cassette. WBAI Radio Wave; Nancy Holt interview continued. Note: Transcript includes notations made by Béar in 2014.

1976
III.137 Bryan Jones

Originally recorded on Crescendo C-90 cassette. Original tape rehoused; original casing discarded by Dedalus Fellow.

1976
III.138 Richard Serra

"UCLA." Originally recorded on Sony C-90 cassette. Recording of Serra lecture at UCLA on his film Railroad Turnbridge shot in Portland, OR. Note: Transcript includes minimal notion by Béar in 2014.

1976
III.139 Bob Wilhite

Originally recorded on Tracs C-60 cassette.

1976
III.140 William Wegman

"WBAI, Hartford." Originally recorded on Maxwell C-60 cassette. Interview with Liza Béar.

1976
III.141a Restricted Material
III.141b Restricted Material
III.142 Jackie Winsor

"Transformation." Originally recorded on Scotch C-60 cassette.

3/18/1978
III.143 Jon Gierlich

"Installation 'site,' 'Human Wasp,' part of slow scan mess."

11/7/1978
III.144 NYSCA media meeting

Originally recorded on Scotch C-60 cassette.

12/12/1978
III.145 Darcy Lange

Original Ampex C-60 cassette rehoused; original casing discarded by Dedalus Fellow.

1978
III.146 Darcy Lange

Original Ampex C-60 cassette rehoused; original casing discarded by Dedalus Fellow.

1978
III.147 Chris Burden

Originally recorded on Concertape C-60 cassette. Interview with Chris Burden by Sharp. Note: Transcript includes minimal notations made by Béar in 2014.

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III.148a Cajun sunshine music

Originally recorded on C-90 cassette. Musical performance not transcribed.

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III.148b Cajun music, 1930s, dance routines

Originally recorded on C-90 cassette. Musical performance not transcribed.

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III.149 Carnegie commission hearings

Originally recorded on C-60 cassette.

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III.150 Carnegie commission hearings

"Last tape." Originally recorded on C-60 tape.

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III.151 Phillip Glass Ensemble

"Music in Twelve Parts." Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

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III.152a Germaine Greer

Originally recorded on Irish C-90 cassette.

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III.152b Robert Scull

"Interview with Liza Béar." Originally recorded on C-90 cassette.

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III.153a House Subcommittee Communications

Originally recorded on Sony C-90 cassette.

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III.153b Independent Q and A

Originally recorded on Sony C-90 cassette. Includes House Subcommitte Communications Meeting and answering machine phone recordings.

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III.154 The Lost Ones

"Malibu Mines." Originally recorded on BASF C-120 cassette. Recorded material on two CDs.

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III.155 Alan Saret

Originally recorded on C-60 cassette.

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III.156 Ulrich Rückriem

Originally recorded on Ampex C-90 cassette.

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III.157 Reiner Ruthenbeck

Side A was not transcribed because the audio was too faint. Originally recorded on Scotch C-90 cassette. Recorded material on two CDs.

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III.158a Various 45 RPM

Contained all commercial music, not all transferred. Originally recorded onC-120 cassette.

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III.158b Craig and Christopher

Contained all commercial music, not all transferred. Originally recorded onC-120 cassette.

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III.159 Ian Wilson

Originally recorded on Memorex C-90 cassette.

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III.160 Untitled/Image Bank

Originally recorded on 3 1/4" reel

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III.161 Untitled/Image Bank

Originally recorded on 3" reel

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III.162 Image Bank

Originally recorded on 3" reel

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III.163 Untitled/Image Bank

Originally recorded on 3" reel

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III.164 Untitled

Originally recorded on 3" reel

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III.165 Paul Woodrow

Originally recorded on 3" reel

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III.166 Paul Woodrow

Originally recorded on 3" reel

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Series IV: Administrative and Financial Records 1968-1980

Series IV: Administrative and Financial Records record the fiscal and administrative activities of Avalanche. Through a collection of invoices, bills, receipts, to-do lists, correspondence, subscriber mailing lists, notebooks, ledgers, and calendars the business operations of the magazine are well documented. A substantial amount of material in this series relates to matters of subscription and circulation, which was largely overseen by Avalanche employee, Barry Ledoux. While researchers may notice that correspondence of this nature may be signed by either Barry Ledoux or Barry Sonnier, they should note that this is, in fact, the same person. Invoices and bills are found scattered throughout the files in this series and they often relate to the magazine's production costs. Therefore, researchers will notice that there is quite a bit of overlap in the materials contained within this series. For instance, though there are numerous folders titled "Invoices," invoices may also be found in the "Advertising," "Book Store Orders," "Miscellaneous Business," "Pending," and "Subscriptions" files. Those researchers who are concerned with the readership of Avalanche will find nearly all the records in this series useful, but the files marked "Subscriptions"--which range in their content from correspondence to mailing lists--are particularly informative.

The files in this series maintain their original titles, but were rearranged by the archivist alphabetically and then chronologically, if applicable. There are also several files included in this series that may not be considered administrative or financial in nature. Particularly those titled "Televison and Video," "Triple Trouble," "Castelli-Sonnabend Film Catalogue," and "Computer Project." Since most of these are materials correspond to projects that were not directly related to Avalanche and given the fact they came to the museum interfiled among the magazine's administraive records, they continue to remain in this series.

Folder Title Date
IV.1* Addresses

Includes index cards with addresses; arranged alphabetically.

1970-1976
IV.2 Advertising

1 of 3 folders.

1970-1973
IV.3 Advertising

2 of 3 folders.

1970-1975
IV.4 Advertising

3 of 3 folders. Includes New Times dummy issue.

1976
IV.5 Advertising - Invoices

1 of 2 folders.

1971-1973
IV.6 Advertising - Invoices

2 of 2 folders.

1973-1976
IV.7 Advertising - Correspondence

1 of 3 folders.

1970-1972
IV.8 Advertising - Correspondence

2 of 3 folders.

1971-1973
IV.9 Advertising - Correspondence

3 of 3 folders.

1972-1973
IV.10 Advertising - Correspondence

4 of 3 folders.

1974-1976
IV.11 Agency Subscriptions 1976-1977
IV.12 Back Issues - Orders and Invoices 1971-1973
IV.13 Barry Ledoux/Barry Sonnier

1 of 4 folders. Includes records related to matters of subscription and circulation; predominantly invoices and correspondence.

1971-1972
IV.14 Barry Ledoux/Barry Sonnier

2 of 4 folders. Includes records related to matters of subscription and circulation; predominantly invoices and correspondence.

1971-1973
IV.15 Barry Ledoux/Barry Sonnier

3 of 4 folders. Includes records related to matters of subscription and circulation; predominantly invoices and correspondence. Also includes letter from former MoMA Library Director, Clive Phillpot.

1972-1975
IV.16 Barry Ledoux/Barry Sonnier

4 of 4 folders. Includes records related to matters of subscription and circulation; predominantly invoices and correspondence.

1972-1977
IV.17* Bills

1 of 4 folders. Includes miscellaneous invoices. Also includes typeface layout by Lou Van Typographers, Inc. for Avalanche no. 1.

1970
IV.18 Bills

2 of 4 folders.

1970-1972
IV.19 Bills

3 of 4 folders.

1971-1974
IV.20 Bills

4 of 4 folders.

1977-1976
IV.21 Bills - Paid

1 of 3 folders.

1966-1970
IV.22 Bills - Paid

2 of 3 folders.

1971-1976
IV.23 Bills - Paid

3 of 3 folders.

1973-1975
IV.24 Bills - Unpaid

1 of 3 folders.

1968-1971
IV.25 Bills - Unpaid

2 of 3 folders.

1971-1974
IV.26 Bills - Unpaid

3 of 3 folders.

1972-1977
IV.27 Bookstore Orders

1 of 3 folders. Includes correspondence between Sharp and Yves Alain Bois.

1970-1971
IV.28 Bookstore Orders

2 of 3 folders.

1971-1974
IV.29 Bookstore Orders

3 of 3 folders.

1974-1976
IV.30 Bulk Orders and Invoices 1971-1976
IV.31 Bussiness Cards
IV.32* Calendars

2 of 2 folders. Two desk calendars. Note: One calendar rolled; one in folder.

1973-1976
IV.33 California Bussiness 1976
IV.34 Castelli-Sonnabend Film Catalogue

1 of 8 folders. Includes invoices, notes, and edited text on films and videos by Andy Mann, Robert Rauschenberg, David Haxton, Joan Jonas, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Richard Serra, Nancy Holt, Robert Smithson, Lawerence Weiner, Paul Kos, Simone Forti, Vito Acconci, Claes Oldenburg, and John Chamberlain. Note: Catalogue was a side project of Béar's.

1974
IV.35 Castelli-Sonnabend Film Catalogue

2 of 8 folders. Includes edited text on films and vidoes by Joan Jonas, Frank Gillette, Vito Acconci, Paul Sharits, William Wegman, Charlemagne Palestine, Nancy Holt, Robert Smithson, Tina Girouard, Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg, David Shulman, David Haxton, and John Chmaberlain. Note: Catalogue was a side project of Béar's.

1974
IV.36 Castelli-Sonnabend Film Catalogue

3 of 8 folders. Includes "Conditions of Rental and Sale"; film price and check lists; notes and edited text on films and videos by Edward Ruscha, Joan Jonas, Vito Acconci, Richard Serra and Bruce Nauman. Note: Catalogue was a side project of Béar's.

1974
IV.37 Castelli-Sonnabend Film Catalogue

4 of 8 folders. Includes edited text on films and videos by Bruce Nauman, Simone Forti, Keith Sonnier, Robert Smithson, Paul Sharits, Robert Morris, David Shulman, Vito Acconci, David Haxton, Claes Oldenburg, Joan Jonas, John Chamberlain and John Baldessari. Note: Catalogue was a side project of Béar's.

1974
IV.38 Castelli-Sonnabend Film Catalogue

5 of 8 folders. Includes artist check lists and edited catalogue text facsimilie. Note: Catalogue was a side project of Béar's.

1974
IV.39 Castelli-Sonnabend Film Catalogue

6 of 8 folders. Includes catalogue tear sheets, artist check lists, handwritten notes, and edited text on films and videos by Michael Snow, Yvonne Rainer, Mark Rappaport, Barry Gerson,Stanton Kaye and Lynda Benglis. Note: Catalogue was a side project of Béar's.

1974-1976
IV.40 Castelli-Sonnabend Film Catalogue

7 of 8 folders. Includes cover page mechanical; film still from William Wegman's Selected Works/Reel #6; edited catalogue text on films and videos by John Baldessari, Peter Campus, Joan Jonas, Simone Forti, Frank Gillette, Tina Girouard, Beryl Korot, Paul Kos, Charlemagne Palestine, William Wegman, Lawrence Weiner, David Haxton, Nancy Holt, Claes Oldenburg, Ed Ruscha, Paul Sharits, and David Shulman. Original folder marked "supplement." Note: catalogue was a side project of Béar's.

1974-1976
IV.41 Castelli-Sonnabend Film Catalogue

8 of 8 folders. Includes edited catalogue entries; film still from Richard Serra's Boomerang; and catalogue page proofs (uncut). Note: catalogue was a side project of Béar's.

1974-1976
IV.42 Change of Address 1976-1977
IV.43 Check Receipts 1973-1976
IV.44* Checks

Two check books from Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company

1972-1973
IV.45 Checks 1972-1976
IV.46 Checks Being Held 1976-1977
IV.47 Checks To Be Returned 1973
IV.48 Complaints 1971-1977
IV.49 Complimentary and Exchange Subscriptions 1970-1971
IV.50 Consumer Federation of America 1978
IV.51 Computer Project

1 of 11 folders. Printed messages from experimental project that communicated with artists through interactive transmissions using IP Sharp Terminals. Note: Project outside of Avalanche. Originals on rolls of Thermofax paper; restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies in folder correspond to orginal roll 1.

IV.52 Computer Project

2 of 11 folders. Printed messages from experimental project that communicated with artists through interactive transmissions using IP Sharp Terminals. Note: Project outside of Avalanche. Originals on rolls of Thermofax paper; restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies in folder correspond to orginal roll 2.

IV.53 Computer Project

3 of 11 folders. Printed messages from experimental project that communicated with artists through interactive transmissions using IP Sharp Terminals. Note: Project outside of Avalanche. Originals on rolls of Thermofax paper; restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies in folder correspond to orginal roll 3.

IV.54 Computer Project

4 of 11 folders. Printed messages from experimental project that communicated with artists through interactive transmissions using IP Sharp Terminals. Note: Project outside of Avalanche. Originals on rolls of Thermofax paper; restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies in folder correspond to orginal roll 4.

1979
IV.55 Computer Project

5 of 11 folders. Printed messages from experimental project that communicated with artists through interactive transmissions using IP Sharp Terminals. Note: Project outside of Avalanche. Originals on rolls of Thermofax paper; restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies in folder correspond to orginal roll 5.

1979
IV.56 Computer Project

6 of 11 folders. Printed messages from experimental project that communicated with artists through interactive transmissions using IP Sharp Terminals. Note: Project outside of Avalanche. Originals on rolls of Thermofax paper; restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies in folder correspond to orginal roll 6.

1979
IV.57 Computer Project

7 of 11 folders. Printed messages from experimental project that communicated with artists through interactive transmissions using IP Sharp Terminals. Note: Project outside of Avalanche. Originals on rolls of Thermofax paper; restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies in folder correspond to orginal roll 7.

1979
IV.58 Computer Project

8 of 11 folders. Printed messages from experimental project that communicated with artists through interactive transmissions using IP Sharp Terminals. Note: Project outside of Avalanche. Originals on rolls of Thermofax paper; restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies in folder correspond to orginal roll 8.

1979
IV.59 Computer Project

9 of 11 folders. Printed messages from experimental project that communicated with artists through interactive transmissions using IP Sharp Terminals. Note: Project outside of Avalanche. Originals on rolls of Thermofax paper; restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies in folder correspond to orginal roll 9.

1979
IV.60 Computer Project

10 of 11 folders. Printed messages from experimental project that communicated with artists through interactive transmissions using IP Sharp Terminals. Note: Project outside of Avalanche. Originals on rolls of Thermofax paper; restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies in folder correspond to orginal roll 10.

1979
IV.61 Computer Project

11 of 11 folders. Printed messages from experimental project that communicated with artists through interactive transmissions using IP Sharp Terminals. Note: Project outside of Avalanche. Originals on rolls of Thermofax paper; restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies in folder correspond to orginal roll 11.

1979
IV.62 Coordinating Council of Literary Magazine (CCLM)

1 of 4 folders.

1971-1972
IV.63 Coordinating Council of Literary Magazine (CCLM)

2 of 4 folders. Materials and research for 1973 CCLM grant application.

1972-1973
IV.64 Coordinating Council of Literary Magazine (CCLM)

3 of 4 folders. Includes materials for grant submission and correspondence.

1974-1975
IV.65 Coordinating Council of Literary Magazine (CCLM)

4 of 4 folders. Includes CCLM grant application (prepared by Béar).

1975-1976
IV.66 Copyright

Includes several blank Applications for Registration of a Claim to Copyright.

1970-1971
IV.67 Correspondence - Editorial

Includes letter to Sol LeWitt (January 30, 1973) and Germano Celant (June 17, 1971).

1969-1974
IV.68 Correspondence - General

Includes letter from Sharp and Béar to John Lennon and Yoko Ono (June 11, 1971).

1971-1978
IV.69 Distribution 1970-1977
IV.70 Eastern News Distributors 1972-1974
IV.71 Editorial

Inludes handwritten notes, Avalanche issue descriptions, and magazine mission-statements.

1972-1976
IV.72 European Galleries (Addresses) 1972-1977
IV.73 Exhibition 1969-1973
IV.74 Exchange Subscriptions (Other Publications) 1972-1976
IV.75 Expenses
IV.76* Film and Video

Index cards listing film and video artists, their works, and screening dates.

1970-1976
IV.77 Foundations 1971
IV.78 Fundraising

1 of 3 folders.

1970-1971
IV.79 Fundraising

2 of 3 folders.

IV.80 Fundraising

3 of 3 folders.

IV.81 Galleys

Note: some in poor condition with pages stuck together.

IV.82 Gift Subscriptions 1973
IV.83 Grants 1971-1975
IV.84 Ha-Ha 1970
IV.85 Invoices

1 of 3 folders.

1972
IV.86 Invoices

2 of 3 folders.

1972-1973
IV.87 Invoices

3 of 3 folders.

1976
IV.88 Invoices - Paid

1 of 4 folders.

1971-1972
IV.89 Invoices - Paid

2 of 4 folders. Predominantely subscription invoices.

1971-1972
IV.90 Invoices - Paid

3 of 4 folders.

1973-1976
IV.91 Invoices - Paid and Refund Requests

4 of 4 folders.

1977-1978
IV.92 Invoices - Unpaid 1973
IV.93 Interns 1971
IV.94 Labels 1968
IV.95 Kineticism Press
IV.96 Liza Béar Editorial Letters

Includes correspondence with Tania Mouraud, Urs Lüthi, Fabio Sargentini, and Rolf Ricke.

1973
IV.97 Legal 1971
IV.98 Mailing List 1971
IV.99* Mailing List
IV.100 Mailing Permit 1968-1971
IV.101 Mary 1975-1976
IV.102 Max's Kansas City
IV.103 Media Alliance
IV.104 Microfilm 1976
IV.105 Miscellaneous Business 1967-1971
IV.106 Need Letters Sent 1975-1977
IV.107 New Mail

2 of 2 folders

1973
IV.108 New Mail

1 of 2 folders. Original folder marked "April 1977."

1977
IV.109 New Subscribers 1975-1976
IV.110 New York State Council of the Arts 1971-1977
IV.111 Newsstand Invoices 1974-1975
IV.112 Nigel Greenwood Correspondence 1971
IV.113 Notebooks

1 of 3 folders. Seven small notebooks with miscellaneous information on postage, events, "to-do" lists, daily schedules, and contact information.

1973-1977
IV.114 Notebooks

2 of 3 folders. Five small notebooks with miscellaneous contact information, notes on finances, and various Avalanche preperation and research notes.

1974-1975
IV.115 Notebooks

3 of 3 folders.

1977
IV.116 Notebooks-Addresses and Phone Numbers

1 of 2 folder. Note: Fragile condition. Please handle with care.

IV.117 Notebooks-Addresses and Phone Numbers

2 of 2 folders. Note: fragile condition. Please handle with care.

IV.118 Notebooks-Daily Calendars and Appointment Books

1 of 5 folders. Two notebooks.

1968-1969
IV.119 Notebooks-Daily Calendars and Appointment Books

2 of 5 folders. Two notebooks.

1970-1971
IV.120 Notebooks-Daily Calendars and Appointment Books

3 of 5 folders. Two notebooks.

1972
IV.121 Notebooks-Daily Calendars and Appointment Books

4 of 5 folders. Two notebooks.

1973-1974
IV.122 Notebooks-Daily Calendars and Appointment Books

5 of 5 folders. Two notebooks.

1975-1977
IV.123 Open and Questions 1973-1974
IV.124 Orders

1 of 2 folders.

1973
IV.125 Orders

2 of 2 folders.

1976-1977
IV.126 Outstanding Debts 1975
IV.127 Painting Symposium

1 of 2 folders. Transcript of symposium dialogue. Orginal folder marked "rough cut."

1970
IV.128 Painting Symposium

2 of 2 folders. Transcript of symposium dialogue. Note: Preexisting water damage.

1970
IV.129 Parcels

Includes a ledger book and invoices.

1973-1975
IV.130 Pending

Documents concerning issues of subscription and circulation.

1972
IV.131 Personal

Includes postcards and correspondence.

1972-1980
IV.132 Petty Cash 1976
IV.133 Postal Service 1977
IV.134 Press and Reviews

Includes The Western Association of Art Museums Newsletter, vol. 3, no.4 and Clés pour les Arts, no. 7 and no. 10; and preservation photocopies of "Marioni: The Artist as Happening" in Pacific Sun July 7-13, 1971.

1971-1976
IV.135* Press and Reviews

"Marioni: The Artist as Happening" in Pacific Sun July 7-13, 1971. Restricted for preservation purposes. Photocopies included in folder IV.134.

IV.136 Printers' Estimates 1971-1972
IV.137 Production

1 of 3 folders. Includes invoices, correspondece, and production schedules.

1969-1972
IV.138 Production

2 of 3 folders. Includes typeface catalogues.

IV.139 Production

3 of 3 folders. Includes notebook with miscellaneous notes, invoices, and correspondence.

1973-1976
IV.140 Promotion 1975-1976
IV.141 Public Broadcasting

1 of 3 folders. Includes documentation relating to the Panel Discussions on Pubic Telecommunications (1977) submitted by The Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers, Inc.

1977
IV.142 Public Broadcasting

2 of 3 folders. Includes handwritten interview transcript between representatives from the Ford Foundation, Exxon Mobil, and Forrest Meyers. Also includes bill H.R. 12021 from the House of Representatives to ammend long-term financing for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

1977-1978
IV.143 Public Broadcasting

3 of 3 folders.

1977-1978
IV.144 Publishing 1977
IV.145 Purchase Orders 1971-1973
IV.146 Readership Breakdown 1970
IV.147 Receipts 1970-1978
IV.148 Rejects 1972
IV.149 Renewals 1972-1976
IV.150 Rent 1971-1972
IV.151 Returned Mail 1973
IV.152 Roof

Includes negatives and contact sheets.

1968
IV.153 Sample Copies Back Issues 1972-1973
IV.154 Satellite Litho Corp. 1973
IV.155 Science Press 1973-1974
IV.156 Small Presses 1976
IV.157 Stationary

1 of 2 folders.

IV.158 Stationary

2 of 2 folder.

IV.159* Subscriptions

1 of 2 boxes. Subscription cards originally marked "current" and "complimentary" subscriptions.

1970-1976
IV.160* Subscriptions

2 of 2 boxes. Subscription and renewal cards.

1970-1976
IV.161 Subscriptions

1 of 20 folders. Subscription mailer.

1970
IV.162 Subscriptions

2 of 20 folders.

1970-1971
IV.163 Subscriptions

3 of 20 folders. Correspondence.

1971
IV.164 Subscriptions

4 of 20 folders.

1971-1972
IV.165 Subscriptions

5 of 20 folders.

1971-1972
IV.166 Subscriptions

6 of 20 folders

1971-1972
IV.167 Subscriptions

7 of 20 folders.

1972-1975
IV.168 Subscriptions

8 of 20 folders.

1973-1974
IV.169 Subscriptions

9 of 20 folders.

1973-1974
IV.170 Subscriptions

10 of 20 folders.

1973-1975
IV.171 Subscriptions

11 of 20 folders. Back issue information.

1974
IV.172 Subscriptions

12 of 20 folders.

1974-1975
IV.173 Subscriptions

13 of 20 folders.

1975
IV.174 Subscriptions

14 of 20 folders.

1975
IV.175 Subscriptions

15 of 20 folders.

1975
IV.176 Subscriptions

16 of 20 folders. Renewal letter template.

1975
IV.177 Subscriptions

17 of 20 folders.

1975-1976
IV.178 Subscriptions

18 of 20 folders. Requests for subscriptions and back issues.

1976-1977
IV.179 Subscriptions

19 of 20 folders.

1977-1978
IV.180 Subscriptions

20 of 20 folders.

1977-1979
IV.181 Subscriptions-Invoices

1 of 5 folders.

1971-1973
IV.182 Subscriptions-Invoices

2 of 5 folders.

1974
IV.183 Subscriptions-Invoices

3 of 5 folders.

1974-1975
IV.184 Subscriptions-Invoices

4 of 5 folders.

1975
IV.185 Subscriptions-Invoices

5 of 5 folders

1976-1977
IV.186 Subscriptions-New Mail 1972-1973
IV.187 Subscriptions-Not Paid 1970-1971
IV.188 Subscriptions-Paid 1969-1971
IV.189 Television and Video

1 of 2 folders. Materials related to public broadcasting.

1977
IV.190 Television and Video

2 of 2 folders. Includes recipts, invoices, and notes related to "Art on Video." Also includes mailer for Avalanche videotapes.

1976
IV.191 The Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers, Inc.

Includes "Testimony for Presentation To: The Subcomimittee on Communications House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee for Submission to the Record of the Panel Discussion on Public Telecommunications."

1977
IV.192 The New York Book Fair 1978
IV.193 The Volunteer Urban Consulting Group 1976
IV.194 To Do

1 of 6 folders

1971-1978
IV.195 To Do

2 of 6 folders.

1972-1976
IV.196 To Do

3 of 6 folders.

1973-1974
IV.197 To Do

4 of 6 folders.

1974-1978
IV.198 To Do

5 of 6 folders.

1976-1978
IV.199 To Do

6 of 6 folders

1977
IV.200 Trade Association Directory/New York City Economic Development Administration
IV.201 Travel
IV.202 Triple Trouble

Includes correspondence, color slides, black-and-white photographs of Béar, Brenda Miller, and Jackie Winsor, and a proposal for a visiting artist program featuring Béar, Miller, and Winsor.

1977
IV.203 Typography

1 of 3 folders. Original folder marked "Spare Type." Includes galleys and typography clippings and samples. Note: several clippings stuck together.

IV.204 Typography

2 of 3 folders. Original folder marked "Spare Type."Includes typography samples and clippings. Note: several clippings stuck together.

IV.205 Typography

3 of 3 folders.

1972
IV.206 Urgent 1972-1973
IV.207 Walther König - Documenta 5
IV.208 Young Filmmakers 1978

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Series V: Avalanche Magazine Reprint 2010

A complete run of Avalanche was reprinted by Primary Information in 2010. Only 1,000 copies were printed. Produced as a collector's box set, all issues are housed together in one sturdy laminated archival box measuring 10.5" x 19.5". The first eight issues are exact facsimiles of the original magazines while the newspaper issues (nos. 9-13) were reprinted and bound together in a single volume. As a result the last five issues are slightly reduced in scale.

Folder Title Date
V.1* Avalanche Reprint

One box containing a facsimilie of each issue of Avalanche.

2010

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Box and Folder List

File numbers marked by an asterisk (*) indicate oversize material that has been separated to the end of the collection. Researchers should include the asterisk when issuing a request for such material.
Series Folder Range Box
I.A 1-4, 6-17 1
I.A 18-23, 26-32, 36-37, 40-41 2
I.A 42-46, 48-51, 53-59 3
I.A 60-63, 65-73, 75-80 4
I.A 81, 83, 85-93, 95-97, 99-102 5
I.A 103, 105-120 6
I.A 121-133 7
I.A 134-147, 150, 152-153 8
I.A 155-155, 157-159, 161-164, 166-170 9
I.A 171-172, 174, 176-177, 179-180, 182-186 10
I.A 187-190, 192-197, 199-206 11
I.A 207-209, 211-221 12
I.A 222-239 13
I.A 240-252 14
I.A 253-268 15
I.A 269, 272-283 16
I.A 284, 286-296, 298 17
I.A 299-307, 309-313 18
I.A 314-326, 328-329 19
I.A 330-339, 341 20
I.A 342-353 21
I.A 354-357, 359, 362-368 22
I.A 370-382 23
I.A 383-386, 388-389, 391-393, 395, 398-400 24
I.A 400-413 25
I.A 414-428, 430 26
I.A 433-438, 440-448 27
I.A 449-452, 454, 456-457, 459, 462-470, 472 28
I.A 474-481, 483-485, 487-491 29
I.A 492-495, 498-503, 505, 508-510 30
II 1-7, 9-14, 16-23, 25-30, 32-34 31
II 35-39, 41-44, 46-53, 55, 57-60 32
II 61-78, 80-83, 85, 87-100 33
II 101-111, 114-116, 118-132 34
II 133-140, 142-144, 146-153, 155-167 35
II 169-180, 182 36
II 183, 185-186, 188-198, 200-208, 210-217 37
II 218, 220-227, 229-238, 240-253 38
II 254-268, 270-281 39
II 282-289, 291-293, 295-305 40
II 306-316, 318-344 41
II 345-347, 349-361, 363-370, 372 42
II 374-377, 379-384, 386-391, 394-412 43
II 413-416, 418-419, 421-428, 430-431 44
II 433-443, 445-464, 466-479 45
II 483-499, 501-504, 506-508, 510-516 46
II 517-523, 525-529, 531-533, 535-542 47
II 544-545, 547-558, 560-572, 574-575, 577-583 48
II 584-588, 590-599 49
II 600-615, 617-628 50
II 629, 631-647, 649, 651-660 51
II 661, 663, 665-666, 668, 670-689 52
II 690-691, 693-699, 701-711, 713-721, 723 53
II 725-732, 734-741, 743-757 54
II 759-769, 771-774, 776-782 55
III 1a-113 56
III 14a-29b 57
III 30a-47b 58
III 48-65 59
III 66-82b 60
III 83a-102b 61
III 103a-121b 62
III 122a-140 63
III 141a-166 64
IV 2-14 65
IV 15-16, 18-20 66
IV 21-29 67
IV 30-31, 33-40 68
IV 41-43, 45-63 69
IV 64-75, 77-78 70
IV 79-88 71
IV 89-98, 100-101 72
IV 102-112 73
IV 113-117 74
IV 118-121 75
IV 122-129 76
IV 130-140 77
IV 141-156 78
IV 157-158, 161-167 79
IV 168-176 80
IV 177-186 81
IV 187-197 82
IV I98-208 83
IV 1* 84
IV 76* 85
IV 159* 86
IV 160* 87
I.A 24*, 25*, 33*, 34*, 38*, 47*, 52*, 64*, 74*, 82*, 84*, 94*, 98*, 104*, 88
I.A 35*, 39*, 156*, 160*, 165*, 270*, 271*, 297*, 308*, 369*, 394*, 89
I.A 148*, 149*, 151*, 173*, 175*, 178*, 181*, 191*, 198*, 90
I.A 285*, 327*, 340*, 358*, 360*, 361*, 387*, 390*, 397*, 429*, 431*, 432*, 453*, 458*, 460*, 461*, 482*, 486*, 496*, 506*, 511* 91
I.A 396*, 439*, 455*, 471*, 497*, 504*, 507* 92
I.B I.B.1* 93
I.B I.B.2* 94
I.B I.B.3* 95
I.B I.B.4* 96
I.B I.B.5* 97
I.B I.B.6* 98
I.B I.B.7* 99
I.B I.B.8* 100
I.B I.B.9* 101
I.B I.B.10* 102
I.B I.B.11* 103
I.B I.B.12* 104
I.B I.B.13* 105
I.B I.B.14* 106
II 8*, 24*, 31*, 40*, 112*, 168*, 184*, 187*, 209*, 239*, 107
II 15*, 45*, 54*, 56*, 79*, 199*, 219*, 269*, 294*, 392*, 417*, 465*, 524*, 534*, 546*, 589*, 616*, 630*, 700*, 722*, 758*, 775* 108
II 84*, 113*, 117*, 141*, 145*, 154*, 181*, 228*, 362*, 371*, 378*, 481*, 482*, 724*, 733* 109
II 317*, 348*, 373*, 385*, 420*, 432*, 444*, 505*, 509*, 530*, 559*, 650*, 662*, 664*, 712*, 770*, 110
IV 17*, 32*, 99* 111
IV 44* 112
V 1* 113
I.A 5*, 10* FF 1-10
II 86*, 290*, 393*, 429*, 480*, 500*, 573*, 576*, 648*, 669*, 692*, 742* FF 1-10


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