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Avalanche Spring 1972

Artist
Lawrence Weiner
Price
$150.00
Date
1972
Publisher
Avalanche
Format
Periodicals
Size
24 × 24 cm
Length
84 pp
Genre
Out of Print & Rare
Description

Founded and edited by Willoughby Sharp and Liza Bear in 1968, Avalanche Magazine was a well-designed and influential publication of the late sixties and early seventies, one of the first to concentrate solely on conceptual art. The magazine folded in 1976.

Avalanche Spring 1972 features Lawrence Weiner on the cover.

  1. Avalanche Spring 1972
 

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