Quadrupel Konzert

Dieter Roth

A concert from 1977 where Roth played  a Hammond organ, the Great Hall’s house organ, a piano, and a French horn alongside live recordings.

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Harmonica Curse

Dieter Roth

First published in 1981 and was comprised of 74 double-sided C60 cassettes. Each cassette contains two tracks that feature the artist improvising on his hexagonal red concertina.

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Lorelei

Dieter Roth

Originally released in 1978, the recording features Dieter Roth on piano along with his children, Vera and Björn.

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How to Make a Happening

Allan Kaprow

Text and audio for Allan Kaprow’s How to Make a Happening, which was originally published as an LP on Mass Art in 1966.

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IRL

JEQU

IRL takes the form of a mood board wrapper with an interview inside: a discussion with Luc Boltanski on the meaning and future of artistic critique, introduced with a text by JEQU (Howie Chen and Jason Kakoyiannis).

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Carl Andre, Robert Barry, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth, Sol LeWitt, Robert Morris, Lawrence Weiner AKA the Xerox Book

Seth Siegelaub

One of Seth Siegelaub’s most revered publications and a crucial exhibition for 1960s Conceptual art, this book presents work from each of its seven eponymous artists.

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The United States Servicemen’s Fund Art Collection

Seth Siegelaub

This publication catalogues the artworks donated to raise money for the United States Servicemen’s Fund in 1971.

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18 PARIS IV.70

Seth Siegelaub

This publication, documenting the work of 18 artists, was published by Seth Siegelaub and accompanied Michel Claura’s gallery show of the same name in 1970.

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July, August, September 1969

Seth Siegelaub

This trilingual catalogue, organized by Seth Siegelaub, presents the work of 11 artists that was exhibited internationally over a three-month period. 

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January 5 – 31, 1969

Seth Siegelaub

This publication, organized by Seth Siegelaub, was presented as the centerpiece of an exhibition of the same name and features the work of Robert Barry, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth, and Lawerence Weiner.

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March 1969

Seth Siegelaub

Alternatively titled One Month, this book was organized by Seth Siegelaub and presents the work of North American and European artists in the form of a calendar.

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Catalogue for the Exhibition

Seth Siegelaub

This publication accompanied a month-long exhibition organized by Seth Siegelaub at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia in 1969.

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Siegelaub / The Artist’s Reserved Rights Transfer And Sale Agreement

Seth Siegelaub and Robert Projansky

The Artist’s Reserved Rights Transfer And Sale Agreement, drafted by Seth Siegelaub and Robert Projansky in 1971, is a contract meant to be used by artists upon sale of his/her work.

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A Poor Man’s Keys To The New Art

Barbara Moore

Barbara Moore reflects on her time as founding Editorial Director of Something Else Press and its Great Bear Pamphlets Series.

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Documents 1

Art Workers Coalition

A collection of correspondence, press, and ephemera surrounding the foundation and rise of the Art Worker’s Coalition, published at the height of the group’s activity in 1969.

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Open Hearing

Art Workers Coalition

A monumental collection of statements originally published in the wake of the first public meeting of the Art Workers’ Coalition at the School of Visual Arts in New York on April 10, 1969

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Something Else Press Newsletters 1966-83

Dick Higgins

Consisting of theoretical missives, musings, gossip, and semi-regular reportage on the activities of a host of now-legendary figures, the Something Else Newsletter offer an unparalleled window onto the Something Else universe between 1965 and 1983.

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An Anti-Catalog

A landmark publication of the 1970s, An Anti-Catalog is a thoroughgoing critique of the Whitney Museum of American Art’s bicentennial exhibition in 1976 through a series of “written and pictorial essays” by members of Artists Meeting for Cultural Change.

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The Early History of Avalanche

Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp

This publications chronicles the conception and production of Avalanche magazine between 1968-1972, as well as the artistic milieu from which it emerged.

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