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Concrete poetry

 Subject
Subject Source: Sackner Database

Found in 6453 Collections and/or Records:

69 (051064) / Houedard, Dom Sylvester., 1964

 Item
Identifier: CC-09376-9562
Scope and Contents

The page has folds that allow the poem to be displayed in an on end, vertical position. The number '69' is repetively typed in grids of square and rectangular shapes. Three ciircles and twp partial circles typed in black ink capital L's overlay the grids. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1964

73 Poems / Goldsmith, Kenneth ; La Barbara, Joan ; Young G., 1993

 Item
Identifier: CC-10486-10690
Scope and Contents

Accompanies print portfolio with same title. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1993

73 Poems / Goldsmith, Kenneth ; Sackner MA., 1993

 Item
Identifier: CC-10440-10644
Scope and Contents

Kate Rawlinson, Director of Galleries, acknowledges the "aesthetic insight and generous assistance in bringing this exhibition together." Marvin Sackner contributed an essay describing his relationship as a collector to the artist and his work. Sackner also coins the term Rap Concrete Poetry to describe the work in this exhibition. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1993

96 / Hrdy, Joseph., 1968

 Item
Identifier: CC-50376-71444
Scope and Contents

The typing depicts of six pyramids formed from interlocking numbers '96.' The Sackner Archive was unable to obtain biographical information on this poet. This work is comarable to Dom Sylvester Houedard's take on this erotic combination of numbers. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1968

444 / Cheek, Cris., 1992

 Item
Identifier: CC-20210-20606
Scope and Contents

Each left side page contains a single word beginning with "d." Each facing page contains four word over word lines. The book is dedicated to Bob Cobbing. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1992

0877 / Klivar, Miroslav., 1987

 Item
Identifier: CC-32353-33920
Scope and Contents

This is a photograph of the black outlines of the four title numbers on a gold background that were made with cliche-verre. The numbers are arranged in the shape of a human figure. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1987

1945 / Sutherland, W. Mark., 1993

 Item
Identifier: CC-02748-2791
Scope and Contents

This poem depicts the nuclear explosions in Japan in 1945. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1993

1970-1973 / LL, Natalia., 1973

 Item
Identifier: CC-41006-42985
Scope and Contents

This book consists of concrete poetic permutations of the artist's name and serial black and white photographic face portraits of a woman eating food that consists mostly of bananas with erotic posturing suggestions. Flash Art No.76-77 1977 included an advertisement that features Natalia at Spagetti & Co. Milan. Note that Natalia LL full name is Natalia Lach-Lachowitz. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1973

1982 Janine, 1984

 Item
Identifier: CC-31799-33317
Scope and Contents

This is Gray's second novel. The story deals with the life of an alcholic, Scottish electrician who fantasizes about sexual bondage scenes and akin those in "The Story of O." The protagonists relations with his mistress, wife and family as well as his friends constitutes the major portion of the book. Gray's Epilogue reveals sources for the story structures in the various chapters. The book includes several pages with highly experimental concrete poetic layouts. This American edition of the book is larger in size than its British edition, also held by the Sackner Archive. ln addition, this increase size is reflected in the image and typeface of the dust jacket. The dust jacket, that was designed by Gray, summarizes the content of the novel on its left side and depicts a self-portrait by Gray in the form of a line drawing on its right side. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1984

1982 Janine, 1984

 Item
Identifier: CC-31827-33345
Scope and Contents

This is Gray's second novel. The story deals with the life of an alcholic, Scottish electrician who fantasizes about sexual bondage scenes and akin those in "The Story of O." The protagonists relations with his mistress, wife and family as well as his friends constitutes the major portion of the book. Gray's Epilogue reveals sources for the story structures in the various chapters.The book includes several pages with highly experimental concrete poetic layouts. This British edition of the book is smaller in size than its American counterpart, also held by the Sackner Archive. ln addition, this decreased size is reflected in the image and typeface sizes comprising the dust jacket. The dust jacket, that was designed by Gray, depicts inverted 'Y's' in a grid on its left side and upright 'Y's' on its right side. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1984