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The Letter Edged in Black Press
2008.157©
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Richard Hamilton (British, 1922-2011)
2008.157.1.c©
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Christo (American, 1935-)
2008.157.1.d©
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Walter de Maria (American, 1935-)
2008.157.1.e©
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Sol Mednick (American, 1916-1970)
2008.157.1.f©
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Julien levy (American, 1910-1981)
2008.157.1.g©
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James Lee Byars (American, 1940-1997)
2008.157.1.j©
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Nancy Reitkopf (American, 1938-)
2008.157.1.k©
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Marcel Duchamp (French, 1887-1968)
2008.157.2.a©
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Bruce Conner (American, 1933-2008)
2008.157.2.b©
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Alain Jacquet (French, 1939-2008)
2008.157.2.d©
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Clovis Trouille (French, 1899-1975)
2008.157.2.e©
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Marcia Herscovitz (American, 1945-1974)
2008.157.2.f©
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George Reavey (British, 1907-1976)
2008.157.2.g©
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Meret Oppenheim (Swiss, 1913-1985)
2008.157.2.h©
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Nicolas Calas (American, 1907-1989)
2008.157.2.j©
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H. C. Westermann (American, 1922-1981)
2008.157.3.b©
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William Bryant (American, 1946-)
2008.157.3.d©
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Hannah Weiner (American, 1928-1997)
2008.157.3.e©
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Joseph Kosuth (American, 1945-)
2008.157.3.f©
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Roland Penrose (British, 1900-1984)
2008.157.3.g©
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Ronnie Landfield (American, 1947-)
2008.157.3.j©
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Dick Higgins (American, 1938-1998)
2008.157.3.k©
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Enrico Baj (Italian)
2008.157.3.l©
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Robert Stanley (American, 1932-1997)
2008.157.4.a©
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Princess Winifred (American, 1960's)
2008.157.4.b©
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Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923-1997)
2008.157.4.c©
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Arman (American, 1928-2005)
2008.157.4.d©
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On Kawara (Japanese, 1933-2014)
2008.157.4.f©
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Mimmo Rotella (Italian, 1918-2006)
2008.157.4.g©
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Robert Watts (American, 1923-1988)
2008.157.4.h©
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Hollis Frampton (American, 1936-)
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Lil Picard (German, 1899-1994)
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Paul Bergtold (American, 1942-)
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Robert Rohm (American, 1934-)
2008.157.5.b©
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Mel Ramos (American, 1935-)
2008.157.5.d©
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Neil Jenney (American, 1945-)
2008.157.5.e©
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Lawrence Weiner (American, 1940-)
2008.157.5.f©
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Angus MacLise (American, 1938-1979)
2008.157.5.g©
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Bruce Nauman (American, 1941-)
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Edward Fitzgerald (American, 1927-)
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William Schwedler (American, 1942-1982)
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William Copley (American, 1919-1996)
2008.157.5.k©
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Diane Wakoski (American, 1937-)
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Wall Batterton (British, 1932-)
2008.157.5.m©
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William Anthony (American, 1934-)
2008.157.5.a2©
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Richard Artschwager (American, 1923-2013)
2008.157.6.a©
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Ed Bereal (American, b. 1937)
2008.157.6.b©
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Jean Reavey (British)
2008.157.6.c©
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Adrian Nutbeem (British, 1946-)
2008.157.6.d©
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Bernar Venet (French, 1941-)
2008.157.6.e©
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Toby Mussman (American, 1940-)
2008.157.6.h©
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Claes Thure Oldenburg (American, 1929-)
2008.157.6.j©
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Betty Dodson (American, 1929-)
2008.157.6.k©
Title, DateArtist / CultureAccession numberMediumDimensionsCredit lineRights
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The Letter Edged in Black Press
2008.1576 portfolios containing 73 mixed media multiples in various sizesJames Parmelee Fund©
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Irving Petlin (American, 1934-)
2008.157.1.aCover design for SMS: A Collection of Multiples, vol. 1James Parmelee Fund©
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Su Braden (British, 1940-)
2008.157.1.bPen and ink drawings on vellum, die cut, and foldedJames Parmelee Fund©
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Richard Hamilton (British, 1922-2011)
2008.157.1.cPhotographic constructionJames Parmelee Fund©
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Christo (American, 1935-)
2008.157.1.dMylar and paper construction hinged so that the exterior and interior can be viewed separately or as one.James Parmelee Fund©
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Walter de Maria (American, 1935-)
2008.157.1.eSketches, a photograph, and correspondenceJames Parmelee Fund©
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Sol Mednick (American, 1916-1970)
2008.157.1.fPhotogravureJames Parmelee Fund©
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Julien levy (American, 1910-1981)
2008.157.1.gPrescription for "conception control" and capsuleJames Parmelee Fund©
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Marian Zazeela (American, 1940-)
2008.157.1.hYoung's statements (on the relationship of tuning to time) hand-written in silver on folded construction paper with calligraphic border by ZazeelaJames Parmelee Fund©
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Kaspar Koening (American, 1940-)
2008.157.1.iFour photographs with vellum overlay.James Parmelee Fund©
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James Lee Byars (American, 1940-1997)
2008.157.1.jModel of "Friendship Dress," meant to accommodate four people. Black tissue in envelope with photographic portraits.James Parmelee Fund©
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Nancy Reitkopf (American, 1938-)
2008.157.1.kPrinted luggage labels commemorating famous disastersJames Parmelee Fund©
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Marcel Duchamp (French, 1887-1968)
2008.157.2.aSeven minute recording of surrealist word game; SMS 2 cover design featuring removable recordJames Parmelee Fund©
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Bruce Conner (American, 1933-2008)
2008.157.2.bStack of 18 "bills" printed with abstract drawings on both sides bound with a paper band marked "Legal Tender"James Parmelee Fund©
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Lee Lozano (American, 1930-1999)
2008.157.2.cIllustrated notebook with satin ribbonJames Parmelee Fund©
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Alain Jacquet (French, 1939-2008)
2008.157.2.dThree color separations, red, yellow, and blue, printed on three mylar sheets clipped togetherJames Parmelee Fund©
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Clovis Trouille (French, 1899-1975)
2008.157.2.ePhotograph album with red flocked binding and gold embossing containing reproductions of 16 Trouille paintingsJames Parmelee Fund©
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Marcia Herscovitz (American, 1945-1974)
2008.157.2.fPhotocollages printed on both sides of black stockJames Parmelee Fund©
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George Reavey (British, 1907-1976)
2008.157.2.gPoem by Christopher Marlowe's ghost, as communicated to Reavey's wife as she was gardening, printed on sheer tissue. Enclosed in a Reavey poem silkscreen in color on grayJames Parmelee Fund©
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Meret Oppenheim (Swiss, 1913-1985)
2008.157.2.hDebossed print with glassine envelopeJames Parmelee Fund©
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Ray Johnson (American, 1927-1995)
2008.157.2.iThree duotones printed on a single sheet of chrome-coated photographic paperJames Parmelee Fund©
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Nicolas Calas (American, 1907-1989)
2008.157.2.jSilkscreened essay in red on silver mylar encased in a vinyl-coated silkscreened sleeveJames Parmelee Fund©
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Bernard Pfreim (American, 1916-1996)
2008.157.2.kPrinted photographs in accordion-folded six-page spreadJames Parmelee Fund©
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John Battan (American, 1943-1976)
2008.157.3.aCover design for SMS: A Collection of Multiples, vol. 3James Parmelee Fund©
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H. C. Westermann (American, 1922-1981)
2008.157.3.bFour postmarked letters tied together with a pink satin ribbon. Inside the envelopes are drawings with notesJames Parmelee Fund©
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William Bryant (American, 1946-)
2008.157.3.dEighteen page folio of sheet music with renderings of cloud formations; 5 sheetsJames Parmelee Fund©
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Hannah Weiner (American, 1928-1997)
2008.157.3.eTwo folded brochures, one with four poems and the other with pictorial translations of the poems using the International Code of Signals for ships at sea. Also included are Long Poem for Roy Lichtenstein and a pinwheel for generating chance poetryJames Parmelee Fund©
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Joseph Kosuth (American, 1945-)
2008.157.3.fPrinted dictionary excerpts on 4 hand-folded black papers, enclosed in folderSheet 4: 12.9 x 13 cm (5 1/16 x 5 1/8 in.); Sheet 3: 12.7 x 13 cm (5 x 5 1/8 in.); Sheet 2: 13 x 12.9 cm (5 1/8 x 5 1/16 in.); Sheet 1: 12.7 x 12.7 cm (5 x 5 in.)James Parmelee Fund©
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Roland Penrose (British, 1900-1984)
2008.157.3.gDie-cut paper construction with printed photographsJames Parmelee Fund©
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Man Ray (American, 1890-1976)
2008.157.3.hPrinted ready-made on paperJames Parmelee Fund©
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Terry Riley (American, 1935-)
2008.157.3.iCassette edition of work performed November 17, 1967, 10:00 p.m.-6:30 a.m. at the Philadelphia College of Art; with boxJames Parmelee Fund©
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Ronnie Landfield (American, 1947-)
2008.157.3.jTwo colored preparatory drawings on parchment with hand-written philosophical notationsJames Parmelee Fund©
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Dick Higgins (American, 1938-1998)
2008.157.3.kSilkscreened text in lavender on mylarJames Parmelee Fund©
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Enrico Baj (Italian)
2008.157.3.lFolded vinyl glove over tissue encapsulated in plasticJames Parmelee Fund©
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Aftograf (Russian)
2008.157.3.c1One bound albums of concrete and sound poetry. Translated and smuggled to US by George ReaveyJames Parmelee Fund©
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Aftograf (Russian)
2008.157.3.c2One bound albums of concrete and sound poetry in RussianJames Parmelee Fund©
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Robert Stanley (American, 1932-1997)
2008.157.4.aCover design for SMS: A Collection of Multiples, vol. 4James Parmelee Fund©
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Princess Winifred (American, 1960's)
2008.157.4.bDrawings and writings in pencil and type on recto and verso of 6 brown paper towelsJames Parmelee Fund©
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Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923-1997)
2008.157.4.cSilkscreened vinyl sheet folded into a hatJames Parmelee Fund©
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Arman (American, 1928-2005)
2008.157.4.dMaterials to assemble an object consisting of a paint tube entrapped in a plexiglass viceJames Parmelee Fund©
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John Cage (American, 1912-1992)
2008.157.4.eMylar case containing twenty-page booklet of autobiographical impressions printed on heavy stock with typeface, weight, and color chosen according to chanceJames Parmelee Fund©
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On Kawara (Japanese, 1933-2014)
2008.157.4.fSilkscreened vinyl sheet folded into a hatJames Parmelee Fund©
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Mimmo Rotella (Italian, 1918-2006)
2008.157.4.gSketch of his Roman prison cell and collection of poems written on cigarette packages and on a postcard while Rotella was imprisoned in 1964 for marijuana possessionJames Parmelee Fund©
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Robert Watts (American, 1923-1988)
2008.157.4.hVinyl decal that makes the time indicator of a parking meter look like there is 45 minutes remainingJames Parmelee Fund©
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Hollis Frampton (American, 1936-)
2008.157.4.iPaper disk with photographs for simulated motionJames Parmelee Fund©
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Lil Picard (German, 1899-1994)
2008.157.4.jHand burned bow tie with plastic sleeveJames Parmelee Fund©
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Marian Zazeela (American, 1940-)
2008.157.4.lCassette tape of composition by Young, cover design and packaging by Zazeela. Composition involved five sine-wave oscillators tuned to precise rational frequency ratios, recording the drift between phase angles that occur over timeJames Parmelee Fund©
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Paul Bergtold (American, 1942-)
2008.157.4.mPink tissue folio containing two titled "Machine Art" compositions using a typewriter and objects reproduced on a Xerox machineJames Parmelee Fund©
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Robert Rohm (American, 1934-)
2008.157.5.bSilver paper printed with pattern and scored for folding to form three sculptures. LiteratureJames Parmelee Fund©
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Yoko Ono (American, 1933-)
2008.157.5.cBox containing materials and instructions to "Take your favorite cup. Break it in many pieces with a hammer. Repair it with this glue and this poem in three stanzas dedicated to John"James Parmelee Fund©
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Mel Ramos (American, 1935-)
2008.157.5.dMaterials and instructions for assembling three-dimensional sculptureJames Parmelee Fund©
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Neil Jenney (American, 1945-)
2008.157.5.eFour sheets of annotated pencil drawings that have been stapled shut for "3 money making deals for 3 smart businessmen who want to make a million or so and become somebody's loved one."James Parmelee Fund©
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Lawrence Weiner (American, 1940-)
2008.157.5.fSelf-adhesive vinyl sheet printed with drawings. LiteratureJames Parmelee Fund©
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Angus MacLise (American, 1938-1979)
2008.157.5.g20-page booklet of automatic writing and calligraphy done as drawings and collagesJames Parmelee Fund©
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Bruce Nauman (American, 1941-)
2008.157.5.hMagnetic tape around card containing sound loop to be played "as loud and as long as you can stand it"James Parmelee Fund©
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Edward Fitzgerald (American, 1927-)
2008.157.5.iSheet of 24 color stamps depicting a still-life painting. LiteratureJames Parmelee Fund©
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William Schwedler (American, 1942-1982)
2008.157.5.jInstructions for constructing conceptual assemblageJames Parmelee Fund©
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William Copley (American, 1919-1996)
2008.157.5.kDossier documenting a Chicago barber's legal battle to reproduce a Picasso sculpture that had been donated to the city of Chicago by the artist on his appointment cardsJames Parmelee Fund©
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Diane Wakoski (American, 1937-)
2008.157.5.lFolder containing poem. The photographic portrait of the poet on the cover is impressed with grooves that allow it to be played as a recording of the poet reciting the poem insideJames Parmelee Fund©
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Wall Batterton (British, 1932-)
2008.157.5.mLarge card with photograph and newspaper clippingsJames Parmelee Fund©
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Letter Edged in Black Press
2008.157.5.a1Painting by chimpanzee whose creative activity was documented by Desmond Morrie in The Naked ApeJames Parmelee Fund©
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William Anthony (American, 1934-)
2008.157.5.a2Inside cover drawingJames Parmelee Fund©
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Richard Artschwager (American, 1923-2013)
2008.157.6.aPrinted so that coffee stains on original artwork are visibleJames Parmelee Fund©
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Ed Bereal (American, b. 1937)
2008.157.6.bColored print of a still from a Frankenstein filmJames Parmelee Fund©
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Jean Reavey (British)
2008.157.6.cSurrealistic poem printed on paper, enclosed in a silkscreened aluminum binding with a seal that must be broken to openJames Parmelee Fund©
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Adrian Nutbeem (British, 1946-)
2008.157.6.dEmbossed colored card conceptualizing a crossword puzzleJames Parmelee Fund©
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Bernar Venet (French, 1941-)
2008.157.6.eRecord album made from an astronomer's notes concerning the "Infrared Polarization of the Infrared Star in Cygnus."James Parmelee Fund©
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John Giorno (American, 1936-)
2008.157.6.fThree sets of silkscreened game cards based on a Chinese restaurant menu, slotted trays, and instructions in black portfolio caseJames Parmelee Fund©
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Mischa Petrov (American, 1936-)
2008.157.6.gDie-cut playset comprised of punch-out figures and plastic packets of miniature weaponsJames Parmelee Fund©
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Toby Mussman (American, 1940-)
2008.157.6.hPrinted ephemera concerning Los Angeles life and culture, Xeroxed with typed and hand-written notationsJames Parmelee Fund©
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Diter Rot (German, 1934-)
2008.157.6.iFour colored "trading cards." Intended to be accompanied by a sculptural chocolate bar, the inclusion of which proved to be unfeasibleJames Parmelee Fund©
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Claes Thure Oldenburg (American, 1929-)
2008.157.6.jArtist's book comprising 8 sheets of proposed menus of American food, printed by offset lithography. Cover sheet printed on two sides bound with twine. Included is an envelope with single inserted sheet of paper printed on one side by offset lithographyJames Parmelee Fund©
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Betty Dodson (American, 1929-)
2008.157.6.kErotic etching on wove paper encased in hot pink cellophaneJames Parmelee Fund©
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Ronoldo Ferri (1932-)
2008.157.6.lPieces for assembling a slinky-like construction from metallic die-cut paper ringsJames Parmelee Fund©
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Paul Steiner (American, 1921-)
2008.157.6.m24 index cards with typographyJames Parmelee Fund©