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Kostelanetz, Richard

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Found in 175 Collections and/or Records:

Artists' Books, Kunstlerbucher Buchobjekte, 1986

 Item
Identifier: CC-10086-10287
Scope and Contents

Contains statement by the artists on the definition of an Artist Book. This catalogue provides documentation of the artist's activities often accompanied by photographic reproductions. The quirky binding of this book, which in itself might be classified as an artist's book, make access to the pages difficult and time-consuming and therefore not a easily readable reference text. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1986

Assembling: Eighth Assembling (K-Z). No.8 / Richard Kostelanetz ; Henry Korn ; Compilers ; Kostelanetz R ; Lomholt N ; Rahmmings K ; Phillips MJ ; Porter B ; Rosenberg MR ; Saville K ; Seaman D ; Young K ; Spiegelman L ; Ulrichs T ; Noel A ; Varney E ; Mew T ; Moore C ; Myers GJr ; Rutzky IS ; Shekerjian H ; Leon SJ ; Morgan R ; Shekerjian R ; Trawick L ; Williams R ; Doria C ; Musicmaster ; Oisteanu V., 1978

 Item
Identifier: CC-25309-25765
Scope and Contents

This issue Includes concrete poetic broadsides by Ivy Sky Rutzky, "Blade Rein," and several by Haig & Regina Shekerjian that were acquired as seperate items by the Sackner Archive. Ann Noel [Williams] contributed a positive/negative reversal of the characteristics of letters poem, recto-verso, in a style after another example held by the Sackner Archive which begins, "After you have selected..." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1978

Assembling. No.1 / Henry Korn ; Richard Kostelanetz ; Compilers ; Korn H ; Kostelanetz R ; Lax R ; Acconci V ; Arakawa ; Gins M ; Phillips MJ ; Ruscha E ; Federman R., 1970

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Identifier: CC-25296-25752
Scope and Contents Dana Atchley's "Notebook 1," an Assembling, was published in March 1970 about the same time as Assembling No.1. Ed Ruscha contributed a piece entitled, "Chocolate" that consists of the word "Chocolate" printed on one page and a hand applied chocolate smear on the following sheet. This is the first periodical to utilize the term, "Assembling." Contemporary Assembling magazines arouse from the topology of correspondence art. As common reference points for its geographically dispersed participants, they functioned as alternative spaces for exhibiting work, places where invitations for projects could be broadcast and coupled with the growing practice of listing contributor's addresses, initiators of community building. Equally important, they provided correspondence art with an image of itself, a momentary snapshot that illuminated the scope and breadth of its activities. Self-published in small print runs, utilizing available print technologies, these periodicals were distributed...
Dates: 1970

Blats / Finch, Peter ; Kostelanetz R., 1972

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Identifier: CC-31423-32912
Scope and Contents

The Sackner Archive has two signed copies of this book, one in a series of 25 as in this copy and the other out of series. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1972

Book-Art, Anthologies, and Alternative Publishing / Kostelanetz, Richard; Phillips T; Drucker J; Sackner RK; Sackner MA., 2006

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Identifier: CC-44514-46664
Scope and Contents

This manuscript summarizes books and essays published by Kostelanetz over the years dealing with the subject of the title. He has dedicated the book to Ruth & Marvin Sackner. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2006

Book Is Not a Book Is Not a Book, A / Kostelanetz R ; Carrion U ; Spector B ; Drucker J ; Bleus G ; Higgins D ; Mallarme S ; Quasha G ; Phillpot C ; Wilson M ; Lyons J ; Princenthal N ; Smith K ; Hoffberg J ; Huebler D ; Corris M ; Douglas H ; Stokes T ; Freeman B ; General Idea ; Gerlovin V ; Gerlovina R ; Hompson DD ; Knowles A ; Lacy S ; Lehrer W ; Lyons J ; McCarney S ; Meador C ; Nannucci M ; Petasz P ; Porter B ; Rollins T+KOS ; Sligh C ; Spiegelman A ; Spoerri D ; Zimmerman P ; Zweig J., 1999

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Identifier: CC-32810-34423
Scope and Contents

This exhibition presents works from the Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection as well as books made by students, staff and faculty of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The catalogue contains three essays on artists' books and the exhibition titled "Twenty-six (plus ten) Years Later: Nothing Left But Gas?" by AnneDorothee Boehme, "Artists' Books: Forever Young, Still Emerging and Not Yet Defined" by Christine E. Humpl, and "Value, the Book and the Artists' Book: A Re-evaluation of Cultural Meaning" by Melissa Azzi. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1999

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Concrete poetry 43
Critical text 38
Conventional poetry 21
Documentation 17
Visual art 14