In the late 1960s, Bill Bollinger (1939-1988) was considered one of the foremost sculptors of his time, alongside Robert Smithson, Eva Hesse and Richard Serra. In his short life, Bollinger built up a sculptural oeuvre that explored the gravity and intrinsic properties of various (usually industrial) materials. This volume offers an overview.

Included artists: Adams Alice, Agostini Peter, Andre Carl, Antonakos Stephen, Arneson Robert, Artschwager Richard, Bochner Mel, Bollinger Bill, Bourgeois Louise, Brown Marvin, Calder Alexander, Celmins Vija, Chamberlain John, Chase-Riboud Barbara, Chryssa, Corse Mary, De Andrea John, De Rivera Jose, Di Suvero Mark, Duff John, Edwards Melvin, Eversley Frederick John, Ferrara Jackie, Ferrer Rafael, Flavin Dan, Frank Mary, Friedberg Richard, Gilhooley David, Graham Robert, Graves Nancy, Grieger Scott, Haber Ira Joel, Hanson Duane, Hubbard Robert, Hudson Robert, Hunt Richard, James Laurace, Johnson Daniel La Rue, Judd Danald, Kipp Lyman, Kohn Gabriel, Larson Haydn, Lerner Marilyn, Le Va Barry, Levinson Mon, Linder Jean, Lipton Seymour, Lobe Robert, McCracken John, Melchert James, Miss Mary, Moore G.E., Morris Robert, Morton Ree, Murray Robert, Myers Forrest, Nauman Bruce, Neri Manuel, Noguchi Isamu, Noland Kenneth, Oldenburg Claes, Oppenheim Dennis, Ossorio Alfonso, Price Kenneth, Reginato Peter, Rickey George, Roche Jim, Rockburne Dorothea, Rohm Robert, Ruppersberg Allen, Saar Bettye, Samaras Lucas, Scanga Italo, Segal george, Serra Richard, Shapiro Joel, Shaw Richard, Shostak Ed, Smith George, Smith Tony, Smithson Robert, Snelson Kenneth, Sonnier Keith, Steiner Michael, Stone Sylvia, Strider Marjorie, Sugarman George, Tetherow Michael, Todd Mike, Truitt Anne, Valentine DeWain, Van Buren Richard, Van Fleet Ellen, Voulkos Peter, Westermann H.C., Wiley William T., Wilmarth Christopher, Wilson May, Winsor Jackie

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held September 10 – October 19, 1969. Text by Samuel J. Wagstaff, Jr. Artists include Cecil Abish, Peter Alexander, Carl Andre, Jo Baer, Lynda Benglis, Bill Bollinger, Robert H. Cumming, Susan Deming, Royce Dendler, Jean Dupuy, William Dutterer, George Ettl, Dan Flavin, Sam Gilliam, Hans Haacke, Michael Heizer, Robert Huot, Sheldon Iden, Neil Jenney, Shlomo Koren, Aris Koutroulis, Robert Lobe, Edward McGown, Nam June Paik, David Prentice, Fred Sandback, Charles Santon, Thomas Shannon, Robert Stalkhouse, James Storey, Richard Tuttle and William Wegman. Includes biography and exhibition history for each artists. Catalogue designed by Bill Butts, has a cardboard cover, without stamps.

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held May 9 – June 22, 1969. Text by Dieter Honisch and Wim A. L. Beeren. Artists in the exhibition include Carl Andre, Giovanni Anselmo, Joseph Beuys, Boezem, Bill Bollinger, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Jan Dibbets, Ger van Elk, Rafael Ferrer, Barry Flanagan, Mike Heizer, Douglas Huebler, Paolo Icaro, Neil Jenney, Olle Kåks, Jannis Kounellis, Richard Long, Walter De Maria, Mario Merz, Marisa Merz, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Panamarenko, Emilio Prini, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Robert Ryman, Alan Saret, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, Keith Sonnier, Frank Lincoln Viner, Lawrence Weiner, and Gilberto Zorio. Includes bibliography, and a biography for each individual artist. Printed in black-and-white. Text in German.

Starred Review. In this insightful and well-crafted memoir, long-time contemporary art curator Tucker (1945-2006) gives readers a backstage account of forty years on the New York and national art scene. A passionate art student, Tucker’s career began when she put down the paint brush and dedicated herself to tracking down contemporary art; before long, she would become the first woman curator of The Whitney Museum, before founding and directing The New Museum. Her curatorial history is both humble and sophisticated (“it’s one thing to want to create something, another to spend your life interpreting what someone else has made”), as well as vivid, charming and honest, revealing in direct language her reasons for exhibiting Bill Bollinger’s giant boulder, pulled whole from the WTC excavation site, or storming out of a class-and her PhD program-after a professor referred to Nancy Graves’s realistic, life-size camel sculptures as “novelty art.” Aside from meeting some of the most famous artists of our time, from Marcel Duchamp to Bob Dylan, Tucker’s personal story involves a tragic family life and years as a starving artist, related poignantly but without pandering. Deftly edited by close friend and artist Lou, this is an arresting tour of a life devoted to new art, with a perfectly charming guide.

Spanning from Minimalism to Land Art, this selection of the most important drawings from the Marzona Collection at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin features key American and European works, as well as all sorts of related studies and ephemera. Artists: Vito Acconci, Carl Andre, Giovanni Anselmo, Stephen Antonakos, Art & Language, David Askevold, Robert Barry, Ronald Bladen, Mel Bochner, Bill Bollinger, Stanley Brouwn, James Lee Byars, Jacques Charlier, Hanne Darboven, Walter de Maria, Jan Dibbets, Peter Downsbrough, Hamish Fulton, Gilbert & George, Michael Heizer, Douglas Huebler, On Kawara, Joseph Kosuth, Iannis Kounellis, Gary Kuehn, Barry Le Va, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Gordon Matta-Clark, Mario Merz, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Blinky Palermo, Giulio Paolini, Anne and Patrick Poirier, David Rabinowitch, Mel Ramsden, Ulrich Rückriem, Edward Ruscha, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Fred Sandback, Gerry Schum, Robert Smithson, Lawrence Weiner,