Liza Béar (Editor).
Willoughby Sharp (Publisher).
Avalanche Number Seven, Winter/Spring 1973.
New York: Kineticism Press, 1973.
51 pages + advertisments.
Profusely illustrated in black & white.
Cover is a portrait of the dog Man Ray by William Wegman.
Light edge wear
and toning at border of covers.
Two discrete green lines in marker to bottom ,
at times overlapping onto inside pages.
Three Van Schley inserts
have minor creasing and edgewear
as they stand above the top line of this issue.
A presentable copy of this rare magazine.
Van Schley Folder insert
with 5 individual art works (postcards, etc.) present.
Please Do Not Throw Paper Trays in Walrus Pool ;
Airline Food ;
Abraham D. Abraham’s Standard Station ;
Led Zeppelin Lovers/James Taylor Haters
and a calendar entitled Shotgun, Ruppy, Nutmeg
and Ocean Thank You for Reading Avalanche
and Wish You a Happy New Year.
Also laid in is an Avalanche Order Form
and an announcement of Avalanche Video.
Seventh installment of New York's premier Conceptual Art
periodical of the seventies, "Avalanche".
"Rumbles", featuring Chris Burden, Jennifer Bartlett and Urs Lüthi;
"The Gold-diggers of '84: An Interview with General Idea"
by Willoughby Sharp, Ron Gabe, Jorge Saia, A.A. Bronson,
Granada Gazelle, P.J., Noah Dakota, Marcel Idea, Ms. Paige,
Myth Honey and Ms. Generality;
"Different Strokes for Different Folks: An Interview with Van Schley,"
includes a bound in portfolio of loose elements;
"Shuck and Jive: An Interview with Lowell Darling" by Willoughby Sharp; "
a kind of Huh? A interview with Edward Ruscha" by Willoughby Sharp;
"Man Ray, Do You Want To... An Interview with William Wegman".