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Meade, Richard A.

 Person

Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:

A Hollywood Love Story / Meade, Richard A.\aka RA., 1985

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Identifier: CC-03254-3303
Scope and Contents

Letter to John Pyros deals with correspondence art. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1985

Art Issue 1991: With Artists From the Magazines / Olbrich, Jurgen O., editor; Baroni V; Hainke W; Resch R; Meade R; Warnke U; Gunther T; Luh W; Monro N; Deisler G; Noel A; Williams E; Olbrich JO; Krabbe P; Creative Thing; Norros H; Ebel G; Kowalski J., 1991

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Identifier: CC-05115-5214
Scope and Contents

This assembling was made to commemorate the exhibition of works from small artists' magazines, Arte Postale!, Art/Life, Collective Copy, Commonpress, Entwerter/Oder, UNI/vers (;), Data File, Eins von Hundert, and Tiegel und Tumult. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1991

Brain Cell: No.94 / Cohen, Ryosuke; Stetser C; Meade R; Vian B; Held Jjr; Dogfish; Morandi E; DeRosa S; Lipinsky G; Groh K; Riha K; Kamperelic D; Leigh M; Pawson M; Pilcher BE; Massa J; Nyman K; Aguiar F; Padin C; Cohen R., 1988

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Identifier: CC-52730-73867
Scope and Contents

This broadside in an unfolded state together with other Ryosuke Cohen's Brain Cells and cards are stored in a large green & black folder. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1988

Data / Jurgen O. Olbrich; Richard A. Meade., 1985

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Identifier: CC-53979-54164
Scope and Contents

The sides of the four small boxes depict head shots of Meade and Olbrich. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1985

Data / Jurgen O. Olbrich; Richard A. Meade., 1985

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Identifier: CC-53979-54164
Scope and Contents

The sides of the four small boxes depict head shots of Meade and Olbrich. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1985

International Artists'-Magazines / Jurgen O. Olbrich, curator ; Olbrich JO ; Dittmar R ; Cardella J ; Baroni V ; Meade R ; Deisler G ; Petasz P., 1991

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Identifier: CC-08441-8608
Scope and Contents

Jurgen Olbrich curated this exhibition of the following periodicals, all held by the Sackner Archive, e.g. Entwerter/Oder, Art/Life, Tiegel&Tumult, Arte Postale, Collective Copy, Eins von Hundert, Data File, Uni/Vers (;), and Commonpress. DOOs was also exhibited but is not held by the Sackner Archive. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1991

Networking Artists: Assemblings from the Ruth & Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete & Visual Poetry / Craig Saper, curator ; Shores M ; Mark A ; Kostelanetz R ; Meade R ; Baroni V ; curry jw ; Cortese R ; Zagoricnik F ; Huth G ; Gagnon JC ; CrackerJackKid ; Black J ; Gerlovin V ; Gerlovina R ; Nikonova R ; Neaderland L ; Warnke U ; Fabry A ; Deisler G ; Ebel G ; Ahnert C ; Forsyth I ; Pollard J ; Vigo EA ; Copley W ; Crandall J ; Boumans B ; Beltrametti F ; Lora-Totino A ; Spatola A ; Damen H ; Chopin H ; Lemaitre M ; Saper C ; Ryan M ; McLuhan M ; Sackner MA ; Sackner RK ; Saritsky A ; Carlander K ; Drucker J ; Patasz P ; Cardella J ; Warhol A ; Bowles J ; Wohl B ; Maggi R ; Adler J ; Dias-Pino W ; Lemaitre M ; Targowski H., 1997

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Identifier: CC-30106-31504
Scope and Contents Craig Saper curated this exhibition through loan of "Assemblings" entirely from the Sackner Archive. It might have been the largest exhibition of assemblings in a gallery space to date. His extensive essay describes the history of this international, alternative distribution system with its roots in Fluxus, Lettrisme, Situationism, Conceptualism and Cobra. Circumventing the established art gallery system, bookmakers, artists, visual poets, media artists send from 50 to 100 works to an assembler or compiler who distributes the assemblings to the participants and to subscribers. Worldwide networking systems developed, basically using the postal system and a few avant garde institutions, in an attempt to reach a wide audience and democratize art making. Assemblings combine both crafts and mechanized reproduction. Saper writes, "The artists cherish the production of carefully constructed individualized visual poems and constructions as well as the insistence that readers recuperate,...
Dates: 1997

Networking Artists: Assemblings from the Ruth & Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete & Visual Poetry / Craig Saper, curator ; Shores M ; Mark A ; Kostelanetz R ; Meade R ; Baroni V ; curry jw ; Cortese R ; Zagoricnik F ; Huth G ; Gagnon JC ; CrackerJackKid ; Black J ; Gerlovin V ; Gerlovina R ; Nikonova R ; Neaderland L ; Warnke U ; Fabry A ; Deisler G ; Ebel G ; Ahnert C ; Forsyth I ; Pollard J ; Vigo EA ; Copley W ; Crandall J ; Boumans B ; Beltrametti F ; Lora-Totino A ; Spatola A ; Damen H ; Chopin H ; Lemaitre M ; Saper C ; Ryan M ; McLuhan M ; Sackner MA ; Sackner RK ; Saritsky A ; Carlander K ; Drucker J ; Patasz P ; Cardella J ; Warhol A ; Bowles J ; Wohl B ; Maggi R ; Adler J ; Dias-Pino W ; Lemaitre M ; Targowski H., 1997

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Identifier: CC-32240-33798
Scope and Contents Craig Saper curated this exhibition through loan of "Assemblings" entirely from the Sackner Archive. It might have been the largest exhibition of assemblings in a gallery space to date. His extensive essay describes the history of this international, alternative distribution system with its roots in Fluxus, Lettrisme, Situationism, Conceptualism and Cobra. Circumventing the established art gallery system, bookmakers, artists, visual poets, media artists send from 50 to 100 works to an assembler or compiler who distributes the assemblings to the participants and to subscribers. Worldwide networking systems developed, basically using the postal system and a few avant garde institutions, in an attempt to reach a wide audience and democratize art making. Assemblings combine both crafts and mechanized reproduction. Saper writes, "The artists cherish the production of carefully constructed individualized visual poems and constructions as well as the insistence that readers recuperate,...
Dates: 1997

Networking Artists: Assemblings from the Ruth & Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete & Visual Poetry / Craig Saper, curator ; Shores M ; Mark A ; Kostelanetz R ; Meade R ; Baroni V ; curry jw ; Cortese R ; Zagoricnik F ; Huth G ; Gagnon JC ; CrackerJackKid ; Black J ; Gerlovin V ; Gerlovina R ; Nikonova R ; Neaderland L ; Warnke U ; Fabry A ; Deisler G ; Ebel G ; Ahnert C ; Forsyth I ; Pollard J ; Vigo EA ; Copley W ; Crandall J ; Boumans B ; Beltrametti F ; Lora-Totino A ; Spatola A ; Damen H ; Chopin H ; Lemaitre M ; Saper C ; Ryan M ; McLuhan M ; Sackner MA ; Sackner RK ; Saritsky A ; Carlander K ; Drucker J ; Patasz P ; Cardella J ; Warhol A ; Bowles J ; Wohl B ; Maggi R ; Adler J ; Dias-Pino W ; Lemaitre M ; Targowski H., 1997

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Identifier: CC-32241-33799
Scope and Contents Craig Saper curated this exhibition through loan of "Assemblings" entirely from the Sackner Archive. It might have been the largest exhibition of assemblings in a gallery space to date. His extensive essay describes the history of this international, alternative distribution system with its roots in Fluxus, Lettrisme, Situationism, Conceptualism and Cobra. Circumventing the established art gallery system, bookmakers, artists, visual poets, media artists send from 50 to 100 works to an assembler or compiler who distributes the assemblings to the participants and to subscribers. Worldwide networking systems developed, basically using the postal system and a few avant garde institutions, in an attempt to reach a wide audience and democratize art making. Assemblings combine both crafts and mechanized reproduction. Saper writes, "The artists cherish the production of carefully constructed individualized visual poems and constructions as well as the insistence that readers recuperate,...
Dates: 1997

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Correspondence art 9
Assembling 8
Artist book 4
Visual/verbal 4
Conceptual art 2