Vito Acconci

Documents

 
 

Printable Catalogues

 
Works by Ursula Hodel, Joan Jonas,Tom Kalin, George Kuchar, Chris Marker, Alix Pearlstein, Julie Zando, and others.
 

Printable Catalogues

 
Works by Vito Acconci, Peggy Ahwesh, Cory Arcangel, Cheryl Donegan, Ken Jacobs, Kristin Lucas, Tony Oursler, Alix Pearlstein, Radical Software Group (RSG), Pipilotti Rist, Michael Snow, Stan VanDerBeek, and others.
 

Printable Catalogues

inported from 2002 site

 
Works by Ant Farm, Cory Arcangel, Sophie Calle, Tony Cokes, Bernadette Corporation, JODI, Shana Moulton, Muntadas, Takeshi Murata, Paper Rad, Seth Price, RSG, Michael Snow, Lawrence Weiner and others.
 

Program Notes

 
Program Notes for Archives in the 21st Century, hosted at the Kitchen in February 2003.
 

Program Notes

 
Program notes for daylong screening of video works presented by EAI and Dia in January 2004.
 

Press Release

Jan 1, 2004

 
Press release for daylong screening of video works presented by EAI and Dia in January 2004.
 

Press Release

 
Press release for EAI at the NY Art Book Fair, November 4, 2010.
 

Press Release

Jun 1, 2001

 
Press Release announcing summer events in collaboration with the Dia Bookshop in 2001.
 

Program Notes

Oct 16, 1997

 
Program notes for screening in October 1997.
 

Program Notes

 
EAI screening program for the "Dan Graham Rooftop Urban Park Project Video Salon" at Dia Center for the Arts in Summer 2000.
 

Press Release

 
Press release for Vito Acconci works at EAI's Video Project Space at X Initiative during Fall 2009.
 

Printable Catalogues

 
Newly released early audio CDs by Vito Acconci and video works by Phyllis Baldino, Peter Campus, Kristin Lucas, Nam June Paik, Eder Santos, Steina, Leslie Thornton, and others.
 

Printable Catalogues

 
Works by Eleanor Antin, Seoungho Cho, Dan Graham, Shigeko Kubota, Paul McCarthy, Bruce Nauman, Tony Oursler, Martha Rosler, and others.
 
 
 
 

Screening Lists and Schedules

Feb 26, 2002

 
Screening list for retrospective of early video works from the EAI Archives presented by MoMA in February 2002.