High Performance magazine records, 1953-2005

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High Performance magazine records, 1953-2005

High Performance magazine records, 1953-2005

1953-2005

High Performance magazine records document the publication's content, editorial process and administrative history during its quarterly run from 1978-1997. Founded as a magazine covering performance art, the publication gradually shifted editorial focus first to include all new and experimental art, and then to activism and community-based art. Due to its extensive compilation of artist files, the archive provides comprehensive documentation of the progressive art world from the late 1970s to the late 1990s.

216.1 Linear Feet (318 boxes, 29 flatfile folders, 1 roll)

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McCarthy, Paul, 1945-....

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Paul McCarthy received his B.F.A. from the San Francisco Art Institute, and his M.F.A. from the University of Southern California. McCarthy was an influential figure in performance art, beginning his career in the 1970s. From the description of Cultural soup [videorecording] / Paul McCarthy. [1987] (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 710693551 From the description of Family tyranny [videorecording] / Paul McCarthy. [1987] (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat reco...

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Schneemann, Carolee, 1939-

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Kaprow, Allan

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Apple, Jacki

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Jacki Apple is a visual, performance and media artist, writer, producer, and a professor at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Her career has spanned through a range of the visual and media arts. She has written, directed and produced interdisciplinary performance works, worked in costume design, composed and produced soundtracks, created multimedia installations, and worked with mediums of photography, audio, radio, film, site specific works, public art, and beyo...

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During its quarterly run from 1978-1997, High performance magazine documented the progressive art world. Founded as a magazine covering performance art, the publication gradually shifted editorial focus first to include all new and experimental art, and then to activism and community-based art. From the description of High performance magazine records 1953-2003. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 84655198 Biographical/Historical Note...

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Seemayer, Stephen, 1954-

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Barbara Turner Smith (b. 1931, Pasadena, CA) is known for her work – painting, drawing, installation, video, performance, and artists’ book – explores concepts that strikes at the core of human nature, including male and female sexualities, physical and spiritual sustenance, ecology, technology, and death. Smith studied at attended Pomona College, the Chouinard Art Institute and the University of California, Irvine. Along with Nancy Buchanan and Chris Burden, she founded F-Space....