Julius Eastman (1940-1990) was one of the few African-Americans to gain recognition in the New York avant-garde but somehow remained outside of the game.
Ooops.. this was suddenly in demand, and now out of stock, sorry. Will re-order it as soon as possible! John Cage’s interactions and collaborations with..(read more)
Brooklyn-based organization Blank Forms initiated this periodical in 2017 to bring together never-before published, lost, and new materials as a supplement to t..(read more)
A portrait of George Maciunas, who is widely acknowledged as the chief ideologue and organizer of Fluxus, the loose international network of anti-artists, neo-D..(read more)
Brock claims issues of race are inextricable from contemporary digital culture. He analyzes many platforms, from Black Twitter to Instagram, YouTube,
Adolfas and Jonas Mekas arrived in New York in 1949, leaving Lithuania behind. The camera became their means of expression and cinema invaded their lives.
Tony Conrad (1940–2016) was a multidisciplinary artist known for his groundbreaking art, music, films, and videos, although his work doesn’t fit comfortably..(read more)
Early Sun Ra performances and productions. Though the genres showcased here are more pop than the world has come to expect from Sun Ra, the vibe and feel is pur..(read more)