Philosophy

Artists' sessions at Studio 35 (1950)

Catalog Number: 
Book, Goodnough, Robert
Date: 
2009
Abstract: 
Edited transcript of a series of meetings of artists, April 21-23, 1950, New York.
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English
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OCLC #636666064
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ISSN/ISBN: 
9780982409008

AGIB aka Mark Tha Wall

Location

Chicago
United States
US
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Zine, AGIB aka Mark Tha Wall
Date: 
2006
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Language: 
English
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[email protected], zine contains quotes from Les Miserables by Victor Hugo, 1865
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The Point, Issue Eleven

The Point, Issue Ten

Sophomoric Philosophy

Catalog Number: 
book, giron
Date: 
2010
Edition: 
First
Abstract: 
Sophomoric Philosophy by Victor David Giron is the coming-of-age story of Alejandro “Alex” Lopez, a 30-something first generation Mexican-American who is struggling with finding his direction in life. Alex is an accountant working for a large corporation and is torn between his desire to lead an artistic life and the reality of his mundane, ordinary existence in contemporary Chicago. [from publisher's website]
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Signed by the author
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ISSN/ISBN: 
9780615404431
Item Donor: 
Victor David Giron

In These Times: Chemical Cops

IMUR

Date: 
Winter 2007, Spring 2008
Abstract: 
collection of short fiction, poetry, personal, memoir, and philosophical
Language: 
English
Notes: 
This issue is a two-for-one, with the Winter 2007 issue from one side in, and the Spring 2008 issue from the other side in.
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imurfanzine.wordpress.com

Crystal and Fire

Catalog Number: 
b.28
Date: 
1982
Volume: 
1st ed
Abstract: 
&quot;A collection of poetry and prose, primarily from the 1970's.&quot;<br />
Language: 
eng
Notes: 
signed by author
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The Archive: News from The Green Lantern

Catalog Number: 
z.81.3
Date: 
January/February 2007
Volume: 
Vol. 2, No. 4
Abstract: 
Words and art from current exhibitions at the Green Lantern Gallery, artist and curatorial statements, upcoming events, guest pieces from other &quot;culture workers&quot; as well as text pieces based loosely around the theme of the current exhibition in collaboration with the artist. &quot;In this issue, we will focus on the idea of relationships, primarily explored through the work of Katie Kelly and Bill Morocco... Inspired by the last exhibit, 'HOT MESS,' featuring collaborative work by Caleb Lyons and Peter Hoffman, the subject of relationships, business, casual, friendly, unfriendly, invariably comes up... HOT MESS is an apt metaphor for any aspect of life, for it is true that while a person does not live literally alone, a person does not have any real path to follow when constructing and maintaining relationships.&quot;<br />
Language: 
eng
Notes: 
See also "The Green Lantern Newsletter"
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