112 WORKSHOP/GREENE STREET. Robyn Brentano, Mark Savitt.


New York: New York University Press, 1981. First Edition. Cloth. Square 4to. 386pp. Illus. b&w photos. Cloth. No dj. First Edition. 112 Greene Street in Soho was the original home of 112 Workshop, a raw space open between 1970 and 1980, offering exhibition space for installation and performance for the new generation of conceptual artists who emerged from the radicalized minds and cultural upheavals of the previous decade. With artists having complete control to curate their shows, the space put on challenging and inspirational work of hundreds of people. During the life of this laboratory it produced a list of influential performers and artists that helped shape the cultural cityscape over next 30 years, including names like Vito Acconci, Laurie Anderson, Joseph Beuys, Louis Bourgois, Chuck Close, Spalding Gray, Phillip Glass, Fran Lebowitz, Jeffrey Lew (co-founder), Gordon Matta Clarke (co-founder), Richard Mock, Richard Serra, William Wegman. No dj. Book shows minor wear around the edges. Includes some original work including flexi-discs and a signed/numbered piece. Very Good / No dust jacket. Item #21527

Price: $275.00

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