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

This catalogue accompanies a precedent-setting exhibition of 43 artists’ work – including Laurie Andersen, John Baldessari, Robert Cumming, Vernon Fisher, Duane Michals, and William Wiley – who have been leading a new 1970s interest in including explicit narrative structures in their work. Combining text, video, film, or sound with more traditional media such as painting and sculpture, these artists communicate ideas and express personal issues through verbal and visual story telling. Includes essays by Mark Freidus, Paul Schimmel and Alan Sondheim; documentation on the artists’ careers; and a floppy audio record with sound work by Terry Allen, Laurie Anderson, Eleanor Antin, Ed McGowin, and Dennis Oppenheim.D

This catalogue accompanies a precedent-setting exhibition of 43 artists’ work – including Laurie Andersen, John Baldessari, Robert Cumming, Vernon Fisher, Duane Michals, and William Wiley – who have been leading a new 1970s interest in including explicit narrative structures in their work. Combining text, video, film, or sound with more traditional media such as painting and sculpture, these artists communicate ideas and express personal issues through verbal and visual story telling. Includes essays by Mark Freidus, Paul Schimmel and Alan Sondheim; documentation on the artists’ careers; and a floppy audio record with sound work by Terry Allen, Laurie Anderson, Eleanor Antin, Ed McGowin, and Dennis Oppenheim.

Catalog for a traveling exhibition organized and circulated by Independent Curators, Inc, New York. Guest curators: Andrea Miller-Keller and John B. Ravenal. Essay by Anderea Miller-Keller and John B. Ravenal. Black and white illustrations. 48p. Artists include Richard Artschwager, Mel Bochner, Dan Graham, Nancy Graves, Hans Haacke, Eva Hesee, Richard Long, Dorthea Rockburne, Robert Smithson, William Wiley and others.

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