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An archive of 46 items relating to Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.), the New-York based group of artists who in the late-1960s sought to develop collaborations between artists and engineers to explore new technologies and approaches to creating art and performance. The collection includes the poster and catalog for the famous "9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering" event (1966), the catalog and related ephemera for “Some More Beginnings” at the Brooklyn Museum in collaboration with MoMA (1968), E.A.T. original Artist / Scientist / Engineer Membership forms (ca. 1968), E.A.T. New.....
An announcement for an exhibition of works made during Krasner's "umber series" which were paintings she made at night and after the death of both her mother and her husband, Jackson Pollock. This tri-fold exhibition announcement includes a tipped-in color postcard of an untitled Krasner painting from 1959. A list of works included in the show is printed on one of the flaps. Postmarked.
Condition: Good, folded as issued; some soft creasing mostly adjacent to the folds; slight creasing to postcard, slight dogears to corners.
Poster for a Stanley Landsman (1930-1984) exhibit at Feigen/Palmer Gallery, Los Angeles, November 5-29, 1965. Known primarily as a sculptor working in light and glass, and for his environment Infinity Chamber for the Automation House (1970), this early exhibit was a show of paintings. Landsman said in 1968: "it was a painting show of black and white paintings actually...the early black and white paintings prior to getting into plastics, prior to getting into mirror. They were all flat figurative paintings...Liquidtex...they were right after I turned off color and decided to.....
The poster for the Portland premiere of Spike Lee's 1992 film "Malcolm X" on November 17, 1992. The premiere was a benefit for the Urban League of Portland and was sponsored by Nike, Inc. Phyllis Yvonne Stickney of the film was in attendance, as was Ruby Dee, who appeared in Lee's "Do the Right Thing". The film starred Denzel Washington as Malcolm X. Printed on heavier, glossy paper stock. Poster design by Mike King.
Condition: Like New.
A clevery-produced flyer for Sven Lukin's May 19-June 13, 1964 exhibition at Pace Gallery, New York, showing the building's elevator buttons and "Lukin" as the destination on the 3rd Floor. The Latvian born Lukin arrived in New York in 1958, and was one of five painters included in "The Shaped Canvas" exhibit at the Guggenheim museum in 1964. His work in the '60s was a hybrid of painting and sculpture with a minimalist aesthetic, yet usually in brillant color combinations of teal, yellow, green, orange or pink. His works are.....
A poster as artwork, or a conceptual piece by George Miller documenting his experience around the Weather Underground bomb explosion at 18 West 11th in New York on March 6, 1970. The poster reads "George Miller, 18 West 11th Street, March 15-May 15, 1970, New York City" and includes a photograph of the destroyed townhouse at that address, which was exploded when a bomb being constructed in the basement by members of the Weather Underground detonated. Three members of the Underground died in the blast. Miller was in New York.....
The oversize poster for Charlotte Moorman's 9th New York Avant Garde Festival 1972, taking place in New York City, Albany and "hopefully" Poughkeepsie, with some events taking place as as "A Riverboat Show Aboard the Alexander Hamilton," a passenger steamboat that travelled the Hudson River between New York, Albany and Poughkeepsie. The poster lists dozens of artists and performances including Eleanor Antin, Ay-o, John Cage, Dick Higgins, Carolee Schnemann, Allan Kaprow (mispelled "Allen" on the poster), Christo, Jean Dupuy, Allen Ginsberg, Yoko Ono, Otto Piene, Judith Scott, plus many, many.....
The second printing of Victor Moscoso's Big Brother and the Holding Company "Neon Rose #3" poster, advertising the band's January 17-22, 1967 appearances at the Matrix Club in San Francisco. In 1966, Moscoso started his own company, Neon Rose, to produce his own posters, giving him more artistic control. Moscoso is considered one of the "Big 5" of Bay Area psychedelic poster artists. The photo on the poster (by Lisa Bachelis) is the first published complete group photo of the band including Janis Joplin.
Condition: Very Good, some minor edge.....
This important solo exhibition of Nevelson's works at the Martha Jackson Gallery (Oct-Nov 1959) included some of her first large-scale assemblages. The works that nearly encased the gallery were illuminated in light designed by Schuyler Watts. This exhibition has been the subject of numerous critical writings on the artist's career and oeuvre.
Condition: Fine, folded as issued.
An exhibition of Oregon artists jurored by Rose Slivka, the editor of "Craft Horizons" and the author of "The Crafts of the Modern World." This folded brochure includes a list of works for the 1972 exhibition held at the Portland Art Museum. The Director of the museum notes in his introductory statement that painting was the dominant medium of the artists included in the exhibition. Additionally, the four artists (and the title of the works) that were granted awards in the exhibition were noted: Louis Bunce, George Johanson, Charles Kelly.....
An original, circa 1969 pinback button featuring activist, revolutionary and co-founder of the Black Panther Party, Huey Newton holding a rifle with the demand: "ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE". Likely made and distributed by the Black Panther Party. This button was recently included in an exhibit at the Oakland Museum of California, and the consignor's original loan tag is included.
Condition: Very Good, light scratching to surface; rusting/oxidation wear to back of pin due to age.
Announcement for an exhibition from Jan. 21 - Feb 10, 1962 that included collaborative work by Grace Hartigan, Frank O'Hara, James Schuyler, Robert Dash, Larry Rivers, Kenneth Koch, Barbara Guest and Mary Abbott, artists and poets of the New York School. In the announcement, James Schuyler introduces the exhibit as a stop along the historical thread of text and image that began with Chinese calligraphy and offers unlimited opportunities for future artistic expression.
Condition: Very Good, tiny bumps to lower corners; hand-addressed with postage stamp and postmarked; faint soft crease.....
Flyer for Oldenburg’s nighttime performances in Los Angeles on December 9 & 10, 1963 in the parking lot of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in which he used cars, ice cubes and a concrete mixer truck. An early and somewhat obscure Oldenburg performance.
A button by Oldenburg, most likely produced in 1964, featuring his iconic mouse image, made for the Seattle Art Museum which, after having its profile enhanced by the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair, combined two of the World's Fair pavilions at Seattle Center to create a branch facility, the Modern Art Pavilion, for temporary exhibitions.
Condition: Fine, light rusting to verso.
An Intermedia project survey textually attributed to David Orcutt, the Project Coordinator in 1968. An early document created during the formation of conceptual art in Western Canada, evidencing the Intermedia Society’s considerations of technology, collaboration, medium, education, film, happenings, dance and more. This document reads a bit like a manifesto envisioning permutations of the direction and reception of art and Intermedia’s future approaches to medium, exhibition and its audience.
Condition: Very Good, slight toning to edges of paper, slight fading to mimeograph printing and transfer to blank pages.
Exhibition announcement for Carl Morris' solo show at the Fountain Gallery in Portland, Oregon from September 16-October 12, 1965. Carl Morris is one of the Northwest's most well-known painters/printmakers of the period between 1930-70. Morris was a WPA artist and good friends with artists working in the Northwest such as Mark Tobey and Clyfford Still. The Fountain Gallery was THE premier gallery of Portland, Oregon in the 1960s. This exhibition document brings together two key players within Northwest art history and is an important addition to a collection focused on.....
Dale Ott designed exhibition poster commemorating Duane Zaloudek's solo exhibition at the Fountain Gallery in February 1966. This exhibition poster reproduces a work that evidences the organic and sexually abstract forms of Zaloudek's paintings from this early period; a career which in 2015 ArtForum Magazine described as the Paul Jenkins of West Coast abstraction.
Condition: Very Good, additional vertical soft creases on left and right sides when unfolded, light scuffing on postmarked side.
Exhibition poster published by the Fountain Gallery of Portland, Oregon in 1964 in connection with Richard Davis' solo show. The Fountain Gallery was known at THE gallery in Portland in the 1960's and launched the career of many of the most well-known Northwest artists of that period. The poster was designed by Dale Ott.
Condition: Fine, folded as issued on brown kraft paper, no postal markings or address block.