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#11108

A Critical (Ninth) Assembling (Precisely: 6789)

Price
$175.00
Date
1979
Publisher
Assembling Press
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
0-915066-33-5
Size
22 × 28 × 2 cm
Description

Compendium of writings and graphics by contemporary artists with a list of contributors at the end. All invited submissions were used. Compiled and introduced by Richard Kostelanetz.

“Assembling” was “founded in 1970 as an outlet for ‘otherwise unpublishable’ creative work.” Notable contributors include John Cage and Agnes Denes.

  1. A Critical (Ninth) Assembling (Precisely: 6789)
 

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