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Kostelanetz, Richard

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Found in 175 Collections and/or Records:

C'est mon dada: Minimal Erotic Fictions. No.49/Nov / Richard Kostelanetz., 2010

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Identifier: CC-52047-73149
Scope and Contents

Three rows of one or two words with suggestive sexual content are printed with varied typefaces on each page. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2010

Chelsea. No.26/May / Kostelanetz R., 1969

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Identifier: CC-17347-17711
Scope and Contents

Richard Kostelanetz contributed an essay, "Reactions and Alternatives: Post-World War II American Poetry," in which he provides a chart listing poets who rejected a predominant style. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1969

Constructs Stories, 1975

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Identifier: CC-07845-7998
Scope and Contents

This book presents non-verbal fictions as explained by Kostelanetz in an introduction. The tirage consisted of 500 unsigned and 26 signed copies. The pages depict geometric line drawings. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1975

[Correspondence to Wally Depew for Kostelanetz's Book "Acccounting" 1973] / Kostelanetz, Richard; Depew W., 1986 - 1992

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Identifier: CC-58309-10001541
Scope and Contents

Stored in Wally Depew box. This correspondence deals minly with Kostelanetz's book published by Wally Depew in 1973. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1986 - 1992

Crimes of Culture, 1995

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Identifier: CC-27963-29110
Scope and Contents

Subtitled "Three Decades of Citizen's Arrests," Kostelanetz has collected selected political essays written in the last three decades and organized them into two sections; Culture including In Darkest Fulbright, The Copyright Czar, Contemporary Scams and Cultural Funding including National Endowment for the Inhumanities, The King and Queen of Literary Grants, Ripping Off the Heritage Foundation. In these essays, Kostelanetz, as an expert in "the Art of Literary demolition," exposes the NEA, the NEH, the academic and grants community and the political literary culture in America. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1995

Criss-Cross: A Text Book of Modern Composition / Riddell, John ; Kostelanetz R ; Nichol bp ; McCaffery S ; bissett b., 1977

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Identifier: CC-57955-10001213
Scope and Contents

The Sackner Archive holds another copy of this book that is unsigned. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1977

Dictionary of the Avant Gardes, 1993

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Identifier: CC-42712-44731
Scope and Contents This is the first edition of the book. Lost Books synopsis: Who invented the miniskirt? What avant-garde artist made a film of 200 human behinds? Why is a themepark a work of art? Who turned a urinal upside down, mounted it to a board, and submitted it to an art exhibit, signed "R. Mutt"?Our era is one of nearly constant innovation and change. The new is constantly pushing aside the old; and the once unimaginable-even the once ridiculed-is now commonplace. A Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes recognizes that change is a driving force in all the arts. It covers major trends in music, dance, theater, film, visual art, sculpture, and performance art--as well as architecture, science, and culture. Entries are divided between important individuals and trends and movements. Each entry includes a complete bibliography, discography, and videography; works list; and appropriate web links. The book is richly illustrated with original art works and an 8-page color insert. For anyone with an...
Dates: 1993

Dictionary of the Avant Gardes 2nd Edition / Kostelanetz, Richard, editor ; Abish W ; Acconci V ; Acker K ; Adorno T ; Albert-Birot P ; Allen R ; Amirkhanian C ; And M ; Anderson B ; Andre C ; Anderson L ; Antin D ; Antin E ; Apollinaire G ; Arakawa ; Arias-Misson A ; Armstrong SG ; Arp J ; Artaud A ; Ashbery J ; Asher M ; Baader J ; Ball H ; Barron S ; Barth J ; Basinski M ; Beckett S ; Beining G ; Bennett JM ; Bernstein C ; Berry J ; Beuys J ; Biederman C ; Bill M ; bissett b ; Bayard C ; Blake W ; Lewis WP ; Bory JF ; Borges J ; Brannen J ; Brecht G ; Breton A ; Brown B ; Burke K ; Burroughs WS ; Butor M ; Byrum J ; Cage J ; Cantsin M ; Cardew C ; Carroll L ; Castillejo JL ; Celender D ; Cendrars B ; Chicherin A ; Chopin H ; Cobbing B ; deCointet G ; Colombo JR ; Sackner RK ; Sackner MA ; Coolidge C ; Cornell J ; Corrigan D ; Cross D ; Crumb R ; cummings ee ; Cunningham M ; Davis S ; Dencker KP ; Depero F ; Depew W ; Derrida J ; Doria C ; Dubuffet J ; Duchamp M ; Dudek L ; Dufrene F ; Bayard C ; Duguay R ; Eluard P ; Eno B ; Ernst M ; Exter A ; Fahlstrom O ; Federman R ; Feldman M ; Finch P ; Finlay IH ; Finlay K ; Joyce J ; Moholy-Nagy L ; Ford CH ; Four Horsemen ; Frank P ; Fuller B ; Furnival J ; Gaburo K ; Gerz J ; Gilbert & George ; Gillespie AL ; Gins M ; Ginsberg A ; Giorno J ; Golyscheff J ; Gomringer E ; Gorman L ; Grogerova B ; Grumman B ; Gysin B ; Haack H ; Hanson S ; Hausmann R ; Heartfeld J ; Heidsieck B ; Heissenbuttel H ; Helmes S ; Helms H ; Higgins D ; Hill C ; Holzer J ; Houedard DS ; Huelsenbeck R ; Huth G ; Iliazd ; Indiana R ; Janco M ; Jarry A ; Johns J ; Johnson BS ; Johnson BE ; Johnson T ; Kac E ; Kaprow A ; Kasper M ; Kawara O ; Keith B ; Kempton K ; Kern WB ; Kerouac J ; Kharms D ; Khlebnikov V ; Kirby M ; Klein Y ; Klucis G ; Knowles A ; Kolar J ; Komar & Melamid ; Konstriktor B ; Kostelanetz R ; Kosuth J ; Kriwet F ; Kruchenykh A ; Kruger B ; Kuzminsky K ; LaBarbara J ; Laffoley P ; Lax R ; Lear E ; Leftwich J ; Leftwich J ; Leger F ; Lehrer W ; Isou I ; levy da ; LeWitt S ; Lichtenstein R ; Lissitzky E ; Long R ; MacLow J ; MacDiarmid H ; Maciunas G ; Malevich K ; Mallarme S ; Ray M ; Manzoni P ; Marinetti FT ; Martin SP ; Mathews H ; Matta-Clark G ; Mayakovsky V ; Mayer P ; McCaffery S ; McLuhan M ; Merton T ; Michals D ; Michaux H ; Miller H ; Netzkowa E ; Mohr M ; Mon F ; Morgan E ; Morgenstern C ; Myers Gjr ; Nabokov V ; Nagy P ; Nauman B ; Nichol bp ; Niditch B ; Nikonova R ; Segay S ; Ockerse T ; Oldenburg C ; Oliveros P ; Ono Y ; LeLionnais F ; Padin C ; Queneau R ; Paik NJ ; Papp T ; Paolozzi E ; Patchen K ; Perec G ; Rice-Pereira I ; Pessoa F ; Phillips MJ ; Phillips T ; Picabia F ; Picasso P ; Pietri P ; Porter B ; Taylor M ; Pound E ; Pritchard NH-II ; Pynchon T ; Rauschenberg R ; Reinhardt A ; Rexroth K ; Ribemont-Dessaignes G ; Rimbaud A ; Robson E ; Roche J ; Rodchenko A ; Rosenberg J ; Rosenberg MR ; Roth D ; Rothenberg J ; Roussel R ; Ruscha E ; Russolo L ; Ruutsalo E ; Samaras L ; Sanders E ; Saporta M ; Saroyan A ; Satie E ; Schafer RM ; Schauffelen KB ; Schmidt A ; Schneemann C ; Schwitters K ; Serner W ; Seuphor M ; Solt ME ; Sondheim A ; Stein G ; Stetser C ; Stockhausen K ; Strzeminski W ; Tarnman I ; Tati J ; Tatlin V ; Themerson S ; Thomas D ; Thomson V ; Tinguely J ; Tobey M ; Truck F ; Tzara T ; Ulrichs T ; VanDoesburg T ; VanOstaijen P ; Vassilakis N ; Vieira J ; Villa JG ; Warhol A ; Webern A ; Weiss I ; Wickham-Smith S ; Williams J ; Williams E ; Noel A ; Wiloch T ; Wilson R ; Young K ; Young L ; Zelevansky P ; Zukofsky L., 2000

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Identifier: CC-35397-37132
Scope and Contents

The Sackner Archive is cited as a reference in the bibliography of concrete poetry on page 132 and visual poetry on page 648. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2000

Downtown Body / Shelly, Ward; Anderson L; Feldman R; Giorno J; Holman B; Kostelanetz R; Knowles A; Oleszko P; Schneemann C; Howland B., 2008

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Identifier: CC-49156-70196
Scope and Contents Shelley traces the poetic, musical, theatrical, and artistic history of "downtown NYC" over the 20th Century. On the recto of this print, several artists and poets provide short narratives on what it was like to live "downtown in NYC during the 1970's and early 1980's. On Shelley's WEB site, he comments: Downtown Body is a portrait of New York's avant garde cultural landscape. I choose to use the word portrait because I think it conveys a kind of subjective selectivity that my work brings to any subject I work with. I entered into this project with a raucous enthusiasm, but I am exiting the room on tip toes. Downtown-ness touches on the lives of nearly everyone I know and care about. Everyone's sense of who they are is wrapped up in what Downtown means. And what should Downtown mean? Downtown is the success story of New York's art world, both critical and commercial. It's valuable, so it's hyped. It's Downtown Story: the Movie. It's a nostalgic myth, but it is a self-fulfilling...
Dates: 2008

Ecce Kosti: Published Encomia 1967-1995, 1996

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Identifier: CC-08159-8320
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This book is a collection of reviews by others of Kostelanetz's writings. These reviews are printed in varied (original?) typefaces. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1996

Essaying Essays: Alternative Forms of Exposition / Kostelanetz, Richard, editor ; Acconci V ; Aldridge A ; Andre C ; Andrews B ; Auden WH ; Augustine J ; Babbitt M ; Baldessari J ; Bann S ; bissett b ; Bory JF ; Brainard J ; Brecht B ; Brown B ; Burke K ; Cage J ; Cohen M ; Coolidge C ; Corrigan D ; Cory JJ ; Crozier R ; Depew W ; Drake A ; Duchamp M ; Federman R ; Finch P ; Finlay IH ; Fiore Q ; Flynt H ; Fox H ; Fuller B ; Gangemi K ; Gibbs M ; Gillespie AL ; Graham D ; Gysin B ; Hassan I ; Heidsieck B ; Hidalgo J ; Higgins D ; Houedard DS ; Huebler D ; Jacoby R ; Kern B ; Kolar J ; Kostelanetz R ; Kozlowski J ; Leary T ; Lewis WP ; LeWitt S ; Lippard L ; Lissitzky E ; Marinetti FT ; McCallion B ; McClure M ; McCord H ; McLuhan M ; Metz M ; Miccini E ; Moholy-Nagy L ; Nauman B ; Nichol bp ; Oldenburg C ; Olson C ; Phillips MJ ; Piper A ; Porter B ; Price J ; Rauschenberg R ; Ravedone F ; Reinhardt A ; Ruscha E ; Samaras L ; Serra R ; Smith P ; Smithson R ; Sondheim A ; Stein G ; Venet B., 2012

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Identifier: CC-60176-10003194
Scope and Contents

First published in 1975 by Out of London Press, this book is a "compilation of alternative forms in contemporary literature" and aims to collect the most propitious alternative worsk and to chart new directions in literature using the form of experimental essays. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2012

Exhaustive Parallel Intervals / Kostelanetz, Richard., 1979

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Identifier: CC-48563-69594
Scope and Contents

This book depicts examples from a number theory developed by Kostelanetz. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1979

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