112 Greene Street : the early years (1970-1974) /
Jessamyn Fiore ; editing and selected texts by Louise Sørensen.
Santa Fe, New Mexico : Radius Books ; New York, New York : David Zwirner, c2012.
197 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm.
1934435414, 9781934435410
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Santa Fe, New Mexico : Radius Books ; New York, New York : David Zwirner, c2012.
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"The exhibition 112 Greene Street: The Early Years (1970-1974) at David Zwirner in 2011 marked one of the first times that artworks shown at this influential space were exhibited together in a different context. Focus was given to Gordon Matta-Clark, with contributions by Tina Girouard, Suzanne Harris, Jene Highstein, Larry Miller, Richard Nonas, Alan Saret, Richard Serra, and Rachel Wood. For this publication, the selection has been broadened to include several more individuals, who all contributed to creating 112 Greene Street's legacy. The show's curator, Jessamyn Fiore, interviewed most of the participating artists along with Vito Acconci, Alice Aycock, Liza Béar, Bill Beckley, Carol Goodden, Mary Heilmann, Alanna Heiss, G.H. Hovagimyan, Richard Landry, Jeffrey Lew, Ruth Maleczech, Ned Smyth, and George Trakas."--P. 11.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 189) and index.
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