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    Sarah Crowner

    Format

    Sarah Crowner’s first widely distributed artist book is a roving collage of material addressing the artist’s concerns with the historical overlap of art, writing, fashion, and design.

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    Lutz Bacher

    Do you love me?

    An artist book obliquely surveying the artist’s work and herself from the 70s to the present, via a series of personal interviews conducted by Bacher on herself with the curators, assistants, and friends she has worked with throughout the years.

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    Rhys Chatham

    Rêve Parisien

    An LP of four trumpet compositions by legendary composer Rhys Chatham, originally performed at a Jacob Kassay exhibition in Paris in 2010.

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    Destroy All Monsters

    Destroy All Monsters Magazine

    A compilation of the magazine collaboratively produced by Mike Kelley, Cary Loren, Niagara, and Jim Shaw from 1976-1979.

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    Various Artists

    MIRROR | ME

    A zine developed from a collaborative exhibition and performance organized by writer Brandon Stosuy and artist Kai Althoff at Dispatch Bureau in 2009.

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    Tony Conrad, Jutta Koether, John Miller

    XXX Macarena

    The first and last record by this art/music supergroup comprised of Tony Conrad, Jutta Koether, and John Miller.

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    Various Artists

    Avalanche (Trade Edition)

    A facsimile edition of the full thirteen issues (1970-76) of the seminal magazine edited by Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar.

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    Dan Graham

    Rock/Music Writings

    The first collection in English of Dan Graham’s influential writings on Rock and Roll, with thirteen essays spanning from the late 1960s to the late 1980s.

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    DISBAND

    DISBAND

    Long-lost live recordings of this loose group of feminist performers—Ilona Granet, Donna Henes, Barbara Kruger, Ingrid Sischy, Diane Torr, and Martha Wilson—from New York’s new/no wave heyday.

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    Allan Kaprow

    How to Make a Happening

    The first widely available edition of Kaprow’s How to Make a Happening, recorded in 1965 and originally issued as an LP the following year.

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    Aram Saroyan

    Coffee Coffee

    Infamous artist book by one of the 1960s’ most controversial poets. Aram Saroyan’s Coffee Coffee was originally published as a mimeographed edition by Vito Acconci and Bernadette Mayer on their 0 To 9 press in 1967.

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    Bengt af Klintberg

    The Cursive Scandinavian Salve

    A collection of event scores and scenarios by Klintberg, a Swedish folklorist who was one of the earliest Scandinavian participants in Happenings and Fluxus.

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