While Printed Matter prepares to move (see below post), they have been operating a small satellite operation at Carolina Nitsch Project Room. The second of these presentations is titled Dennis Oppenheim’s PROJECTS, 1973 and other works on view, although the main attraction is a near-complete set of the Multiples Inc. box Artists & Photographs.
The seminal 1970 boxed work include Mel Bochner's Misunderstandings (A Theory of Photography), Christo's Packed Tower, Spoleto, Italy 1968, Jan Dibbets' Perspective Correction 1967, Tom Gormley's Red File Cabinet, Dan Graham's Two Parallel Essays, Douglas Huebler's Location Piece #2 : New York City – Seattle, Washington, Allan Kaprow's Pose, Michael Kirby's Pont Neuf, Sol LeWitt's Schematic Drawing for Muybridge, Richard Long's Rain Dance, Robert Morris's Continuous Project Altered Daily, Bruce Nauman's LAAIR, Dennis Oppenheim's Flower Arrangement for Bruce Nauman, Edward Ruscha's Babycakes, Robert Smithson's Torn Photograph, Bernar Venet's Exploited, and Andy Warhol's Portraits. The rarest item in the box (missing here), is Robert Rauschenberg's Revolver.
The other inventory in the mini-exhibition is listed below. The show closes July 16th.
Gestures #1: A Study of Finger Positions, 1973
Expressions 1, 1972.
EXPERIMENTATION IN ART AND TECHNOLOGY
Benefit Show for Experimentation in Art and Technology, 1966
4 Happenings, 1962
New Media, New Forms in Painting and Sculpture
Island of Negative Utopia New York: ABC No Rio, 1
Recent Work (Attempt to Raise Hell), 1973.
Recent Work, 1975