Please Come to the Show
Invitation cards and event flyers from the MoMA Library ephemera files. Developed in the context of a two-part library exhibition, which ran from May 8-Sept. 23, 2013. After the show closes, new materials will continue to be posted regularly. Organized by David Senior.
Please Come to the Show
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Hairy Who goes West. A show poster (1969) for a group show (“The show for people who can’t read!”), including Hairy Who’s Gladys Nilsson, Jim Nutt and fellow Chicagoan Joseph Yoakum, a self-taught artist that the Hairy Who circle promoted. From the Candy Store gallery (Funk art!) in Folsom, CA. -ds
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The publication Please Come to the Show is featured on the Walker Art Center Design Blog . It is a exhibition catalog for a MoMA Library show that recently traveled to the Exhibition Research Centre in Liverpool. Read an essay on the blog by former MoMA Library director Clive Phillpot. You can get a copy for yourself at the publisher Occasional Papers website. -ds
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Please Come to the Show. Liverpool.
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Announcement for/by the Dutch designer Karel Martens from a recent show at Ginza Graphic Studio in Tokyo. 
Announcement for/by the Dutch designer Karel Martens from a recent show at Ginza Graphic Studio in Tokyo. 
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Little flyer from a Ray Johnson show of collages. Received by the library in 1955. Note on the back suggests it was perhaps shown at Wittenborn’s One-Wall gallery in 1952. A sad inductee in the Hall of Shame of past library stamping practices. —ds
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FIELD TRIP: Thrilling show - Alien She - up at the Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. Curated by Astria Suparak and Ceci Moss, it is an amazing collection of Riot Grrrl printed materials and artworks by artists with connections to the Riot Grrrl movement.
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First NYC performance of Cage’s 4’33”. Advanced mail orders accepted at Cage’s address on E. 17th St.
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