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Announcement for a planned Black Art & Fashion Show at Wadleigh Junior High School (P.S. 88) on May 3, 1969. As noted in the flyer, this show along with other similar events was planned to unite the local black community and help younger African American students develop their talents.
Condition: Good-, two half-ring coffee stains at top of page; faint soft creasing along top edge; smudging to printing at center; stamped "May 7 1969" at bottom of flyer.
June 5-30, 1962 exhibition poster for the showing at Martha Jackson Gallery of Alex Katz's stage set used in a Kenneth Koch play. The set came about in an example of New York School collaboration. Koch, inspired by Larry Rivers' painting, George Washington Crossing the Delaware, wrote a one-act play of the same name. After seeing an Alex Katz exhibition of figures made of canvas and wood, Koch asked Katz to create the set for his play, which was later installed for viewing at Martha Jackson's gallery.
Condition: Very Good+.....
Exhibition poster for the Al Loving (1935-2005) show at William Zierler Gallery, March 6-27, 1971. On the heels of his successful show at the Whitney Museum of Art the previous year, this exhibit continued Loving's study of geometric form and color. Later in his career he went by Al, and became known for his torn canvas works.
Condition: Fine, folded as issued.
A poster for the Factory-authorized fake lecture series of Western colleges, organized by the (unwitting) American Program Bureau, where Allen Midgette, a young actor and part of the Factory family, toured to colleges and appeared as Warhol giving lectures wearing a white wig. This lecture was Oct. 4, 1967 at Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon. At least four lectures took place before the ruse was discovered – two in Oregon, one in Montana and one in Utah. A few months later, Midgette appeared in Warhol’s film "Lonesome Cowboys". A very.....
A promotional brochure, program or mini-catalog for the important film Apocalypse Now. Includes a "log" detailing the timeline of the filming and production, full film credits, and biographies of the actors and key production personnel. Photographs throughout. With an introduction by Francis Ford Coppola. Program design by Milton Glaser, Inc.
Condition: Very Good+, slight wear at spine edge.
A folded exhibition announcement/catalog plus invitation for Arman at the Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles in 1962. The announcement features an image of Arman's Alarm Clocks (Reveils), an assemblage of alarm clocks placed in a painted wooden box. The interior of the flyer lists the works included in the exhibition as well as a statement (in French) from Pierre Restany. Also included is a uniquely printed, black on clear mylar invitation to the preview opening on May 6, 1962. Arman is known for his sculptural accumulations and deconstructions/recompositions of mass-produced objects.....
The exhibition poster for a sculpture exhibit by Robert Duran at Bykert Gallery from October 5-30, 1968. On brownkraft paper with red-orange ink. Robert (Bob) Duran was active in California and New York and known for his work as an Abstract Expressionist painter. The Bykert Gallery exhibited artists such as Brice Marden, Chuck Close, David Novros, Joe Zucker, Bill Bollinger and others from the mid-'60s to the mid-'70s.
Condition: Very Good; folded as issued; additional soft crease across middle.
An original exhibition poster for Alberto Burri's February 1960 exhibition at the Martha Jackson Gallery. This color offset poster pictures a detail image from a welded steel sheet metal piece. This exhibition occurred during a momentous time in the artist's career; in 1959 he won the Premio dell’Ariete in Milan and the UNESCO Prize at the São Paulo Biennial. In 1960, Burri was awarded third prize at the Carnegie International and his work was shown at the Venice Biennale that same year, where he was awarded the Critics’ Prize.
An unattributed poster of calligraphy, illustrating different techniques, styles, themes, philosophies and approaches to calligraphic lettering design. The calligraphy itself demonstrates the various techniques and strategies described therein, such as "the longer the lines of writing the more space is needed between them"; "linear separate compressed sequential" and "built-up letters flooded in". Printed in red and black ink on thick ivory paper. From a calligrapher and educator's collection, most of which was from the 1960s.
Condition: Very Good-, light creasing at top and lower right corners; very light foxing along.....
An oversize poster for a Carlo Scarpa exhibition at the Querini Stampalia Foundation in Venice from June 30-October 14, 1984 and sponsored by the City of Venice Department of Culture. Scarpa was commissioned in the early 1960s to restore parts of the Stampalia Foundation's historic 1868 building including interior, exterior and garden elements. The dates at the top of the poster refer to the year of birth (1906) and death (1978) of Scarpa. Carlo Scarpa was an Italian architect influenced by Venetian and Japanese architecture and known for a combintation.....
A double-sided flyer promoting a one-hour employee walkout and rally at Columbia University in support of student demands, which included abolishing ROTC, war research and recruiting, opening up apartments held vacant and ending evictions in area apartment houses. The flyer is printed in English on one side and Spanish on the other and is stamped March 26, 1969.
Condition: Near Fine, mild toning; stamped "Mar 26, 1969" on one side.
Mt. Angel College was known for its vibrant art department and exhibition programming in the 1960s and 70s. This two-sided Mt. Angel College flyer describes the Creative Arts Department, writing center, and music workshops along with the College's philosophical and educational approach to these areas. The pinhole photographs that are printed on both sides of the flyer are by Jim Shull, an Oregon artist and the photography professor at the now defunct Mt. Angel College, which was located in Marion County, Oregon.
Condition: Near Fine, toning to newsprint.
The announcement flyer for the final exhibition at the Dwan Gallery, New York in June of 1971. Artists included Andre, De Maria, Heizer, Ryman, Flavin, LeWitt, Smithson and Sandback, among others.
Condition: Good, dogears to two corners including one having an 1/8" tear/chip, slight toning to cardstock at left side.
The flyer for the February 7 to March 4, 1967 group exhibition at the Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles, bringing artists from the New York outpost of the Dwan Gallery to the Los Angeles location. Artists in the exhibit included Sol LeWitt, Arakawa, Anastasi, Robert Smithson, Kenneth Snelson, Michael Steiner, Richard Baringer and Tom Doyle.
Condition: Near Fine, faint soft creasing at edges.
An exhibition flyer on heavy cardstock for an October, 1960 Dwan Gallery Los Angeles group show including Jackson Pollock, Philip Guston, Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning, Robert Goodnough, Grace Hartigan, Larry Rivers and Paul Jenkins, among others. The exhibition featured a survey of notable abstract expressionist painters based in New York. The tri-fold flyer opens to list the names of each artist included in the exhibition.
Condition: Very Good+, minor rubbing to edge folds.
An "operations and information" newsletter published by E.A.T. (Experiments in Art & Technology) in November of 1968.E.A.T. was co-founded in 1966 by engineers Billy Klüver and Fred Waldhauer and artists Robert Rauschenberg and Robert Whitman, growing out of the 10-day festival of experimental performances 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering held at the 69th Regiment Armory in New York in the fall of 1966. A program of Technical Services was established to assist artists by matching them with engineers and scientists. E.A.T. saw itself as a catalyst for integrating new technology.....
A circa 1968 form used by E.A.T. (Experiments in Art & Technology) allowing scientists and engineers to apply for membership, either as an associate or participating member.E.A.T. was co-founded in 1966 by engineers Billy Klüver and Fred Waldhauer and artists Robert Rauschenberg and Robert Whitman, growing out of the 10-day festival of experimental performances 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering held at the 69th Regiment Armory in New York in the fall of 1966. A program of Technical Services was established to assist artists by matching them with engineers and scientists.....
Diecut exhibition invite tri-folded as issued and mailed (no postmarked date). Published in connection with Allen Carter exhibition at the Renshaw Gallery at Linfield College, April 5-25.
Condition: Fine, 1 cm tear on middle left and a very slight crease in center that runs half way down the document.
The opening of Arlene Schnitzer's Fountain Gallery in 1961 was a pivotal moment in Portland's art history, and its influence still resonates today. This flyer, designed by Dale Ott, advertises a group show for the gallery's one-year anniversary with 32 noteworthy Northwest artists including Mark Tobey, Carl and Hilda Morris, Louis Bunce, Robert Colescott and Michele Russo. Postmarked and with handwritten mailing label on verso, remnants of a gold circular mailing tab seal.
Condition: Near Fine, folded twice as issued.
Two-piece set of invitations to the grand opening of Arlene Schnitzer's Fountain Gallery of Art in the Skidmore Fountain section of Portland. The first piece is an invitation to a champagne party on November 28, 1961, the eve of the Gallery's opening. The second is an invitation to the preview the following day. The Gallery officially opened on December 4 with a show including Kenneth Callahan, Carl and Hilda Morris, Michele Russo, Sally Haley, Robert Colescott and others.
Condition: Near Fine.
Flyer put out by the American Library Association's Task Force on Gay Liberation at its annual conference. One side of the flyer contains a program of events for the 1977 conference in Detroit. The other side summarizes the task force's accomplishments of the past 7 years and projects currently underway.
Condition: Very Good+, horizontal fold across middle.
A rare poster from the Viennese architecture collective, Haus-Rucker-Co, who explored radical interpretations of architectural space and meaning through pneumatic structures, prosthetics, and staged events or happenings. They were players, if lesser-known, in the utopian architecture movement of the 1960s, along with groups such as Superstudio, Archizoom and Ant Farm. This mirrored poster, with two different images, announces “a presentation of urbanlandscaping concepts” at the 4th Environmental Design Conference held in 1973 at the College of Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
Condition: Very Good, light spotting and wrinkling to poster; folded.....
A poster for a Holly Woodlawn performance at the Continental Sauna, the gay bathhouse in the basement of New York’s Ansonia Hotel on West 56th Street, where Bette Midler gave some early performances. The Warhol superstar appeared in Warhol’s films Trash and Women in Revolt, and was the “Holly” in Lou Reed’s song Walk on the Wild Side.
Condition: Very Good, lower left corner crease, some edgewear to black border; edges of poster unevenly cut and possibly trimmed from a larger size.