Journal. [Alternate title: LAICA Journal.]  Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art. Numbers 1-48, June 1974&1987.Complete

Journal. [Alternate title: LAICA Journal.] Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art. Numbers 1-48, June 1974&1987.Complete

Danieli, Fidel; Antin, Eleanor; and others, editors

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Publisher: Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, 1974-1987
Book Id: 74852

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Complete run, mostly in fine condition, of one of the liveliest and most interesting art periodicals of the 1970s and 1980s. "The Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art is a new concept designed to be a catalyst for the support and recognition of contemporary art in Southern California. [...] An exhibition program reflecting many concepts of high artistic achievement uses visiting curators from all sectors of the community and open, depoliticized selection processes. This bimonthly journal is being published to focus on the critical issues facing contemporary art"& editorial statement in the first of 48 issues. Most copies fine to very fine. Library stamp on front cover of no. 2. Some wear on cover of no. 5. Rear cover of no. 6 and final 3 leaves damaged at leading edge by staple closure, and top half of final leaf clipped (ad). Front cover of no 11 lightly worn, with a few stains on rear cover. Some inevitable browning to nos. 12-28, which were published on newsprint. No. 14 more than usually tanned. No. 16 has a cover by John Baldessari: the phrase "I suppose so" rubber-stamped in red; light wear. No. 17 has a cover by Bruce Nauman. No. 19 is a joint issue with Art-rite no. 19, with a cover by Chris Burden. The cover of no. 21 is by JoAnn Callis. No. 22 is John Baldessari's copy, with some wear and rippling from damp on rear cover and about half the pages. No. 23 has a cover by Ed Ruscha. Some staining on covers of no. 27. Original price label on the first page of no. 28. No. 34 contains a Craig Printing & Graphics color postcard. No. 35 contains a color Valentine postcard by Alexis Smith; worn covers. No. 43 (Winter 1986, with vivid black-and-red Crucifixion cover) was misnumbered 42 by the publisher. The four scans are for issues 1) John Baldessari; 6) Wallace Berman; 19) Chris Burden; and 45) Kevin Riordan. **Free domestic shipping with direct order.


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