deAk, Edit and Robinson, Walter (editors) - Art-Rite #10: Performance Issue
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Edit DeAk and Walter Robinson (editors).
Art-Rite #10: Performance Issue.
New York: Art-Rite Publishing Co., 1975.
Cover by Joseph Beuys.
Yellowing as usual.
Unobtrusive thin half inch chip to spine
+ a couple other small chips or closed tears at edges.
Performance Issue. Performance photo documentation and contributions from or about David Antin, Guerrilla Art Action Group, John Howell, Lucy Lippard, Walter Robinson, Diego Cortez, Lil Picard, Lynda Benglis, Rebecca Horn, Nancy Holt,
Hannah Wilke, Jill Johnston, Lucy Lippard, Yvonne Rainer, Richard Foreman, Robert Morris, Robert Rauschenberg, Philip Glass, Ralston Farina, Eleanor Antin, Vito Acconci, Joan La Barbara, Charlemagne Palestine, Joan Jonas, Carolee Schneeman, Jeffrey Deitch, Christopher Knowles, Laurie Anderson, Ruth Maleczech, Jim Barth,
Joanne Akalaitis, Annette Michelson, Colette, Julia Heyward, Paula Longendyke,
The Mabou Mines, Tony Mascatello, David Bourdon, Chris D'Archangelo,
Susan Ensley, Lucio Pozzi, Jared Bark, Robin Winters, Trisha Brown, Michael Kirby,
Scott Burton, Robert Wilson, Lucinda Childs, Babette Mangle, Barbara Dilley,
Mike Malloy, Douglas Dunn, Nancy Lewis, David Gordon, Steve Paxton, etc.
"Edited and published by Joshua Cohn, Edit DeAk, and Walter Robinson between 1973 and 1978 (Cohn would leave after issue 7), Art-Rite moved easily through the expansive community of post-conceptual, post-minimalist, performance, and video artists that made up New York’s vibrant downtown arts scene. With a sharp editorial vision, fanzine ethos, and proto-punk aesthetic, the magazine presented up-close coverage of the art world that was at once critical, humorous, and deeply knowledgeable, avoiding the formal tone and self-seriousness that characterized other art publications of the time. Over its five year run, Art-Rite would publish hundreds of interviews, exhibition and performance reviews, statements, and projects “by, with, and about” a generation of artists who felt accessible in these pages, even as many of them were, or would soon become, the defining voices of the era.
Ambitious thematic issues focused on video (No. 7), painting (No. 9) performance (No. 10), and artists’ books (No. 14). The legendary artists’ books issue featured an idea poll gathering statements on the difficulties and ‘best potentials’ of the medium from 50 artists and art professionals—including Kathy Acker, Ulises Carrión, Agnes Denes, Sol LeWitt, and others. Meanwhile, artist-focused issues gave over the entire space to the work of individuals or collectives such as Demi, Image Bank, Kim MacConnel, Rosemary Mayer, Judy Rifka, Alan Vega (of the band Suicide), and the Vancouver-based group Western Front.
Featured artists include: Vito Acconci, Kathy Acker, Bas Jan Ader, Laurie Anderson, John Baldessari, Gregory Battcock, Lynda Benglis, Mel Bochner, Marcel Broodthaers, Trisha Brown, Chris Burden, Scott Burton, Ulises Carrión, Judy Chicago, Lucinda Childs, Christo, Diego Cortez, Hanne Darboven, Agnes Denes, Ralston Farina, Richard Foreman, Peggy Gale, Gilbert & George, John Giorno, Philip Glass, Leon Golub, Julia Heyward, Nancy Holt, Ray Johnson, Joan Jonas, Richard Kern, Lee Krasner, Shigeko Kubota, Les Levine, Sol LeWitt, Lucy Lippard, Babette Mangolte, Brice Marden, Agnes Martin, Gordon Matta-Clark, Rosemary Mayer, Annette Messager, Elizabeth Murray, Alice Neel, Brian O'Doherty, Genesis P-Orridge, Nam June Paik, Charlemagne Palestine, Judy Pfaff, Lil Picard, Yvonne Rainer, Dorothea Rockburne, Ed Ruscha, Robert Ryman, David Salle, Carolee Schneemann, Richard Serra, Jack Smith, Patti Smith, Robert Smithson, Holly Solomon, Naomi Spector, Nancy Spero, Ted Stamm, Pat Steir, Frank Stella, Alan Suicide (Vega), David Tremlett, Richard Tuttle, Andy Warhol, William Wegman, Lawrence Weiner, Hannah Wilke, Robert Wilson, Irene von Zahn."