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Art-Language
1970; published 1972
volume 1, number 2, February 1970, published by Art & Language Press, Chipping Norton, England, 2nd edition, 1972

Medium
journal: photo-offset lithographs, 88 pages, paper cover, stapled binding
Measurements
21.6 × 13.7 × 0.6 cm (closed)
Edition
2nd edition
Inscription
printed in ink on title page u.r.: Volume 1 Number 2 February 1970 / Art-Language / Edited by Terry Atkinson, David Bainbridge, / Michael Baldwin, Harold Hurrel / American Editor Joseph Kosuth / Contents / Introductory Note by the American / Editor Joseph Kosuth 1 / David Bainbridge 5 / Three from May 23rd, 1969. Frederic Barthelme 8 / NOtes on Marat Stephen McKenna 11 / Plans and Procedures Michael Baldwin 14 / Dialogue Ian Burn 22 / Moto-Spiritale Robert Brown-David / Hirons 23 / From an Art & Language Point / of View Terry Atkinson 25 / Concerning Interpretation of the / Bainbridge / Hurrel Models Terry Atkinson 61 / Notes on Atkinson's 'Concerning / Interpretation of the Bainbridge / Hurrel Models' Harold Hurrel 72 / Sculptures and Devices Harold Hurrel 74 / Conceptual Art: Category & Action Michael Thompson 77 / Notes on Genealogies Mel Ramsden 84 / Art-Language is published three times a year by / Art & Language Press 26 West End, Chipping Norton, Oxon., / England, to which address all mss and letters should be sent. / Price 12s. 6d. UK, $2.50 USA All rights reserved / Reprinted 1972 by W. H. Sharpe (Printers) Ltd., 83-87 Cambridge Street, Coventry
Accession Number
2009.531
Department
International Prints and Drawings
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Gift of Robert Rooney through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, 2009
� Courtesy of the artists
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Gallery location
Not on display
Subjects (general)
Conceptual Art Literary and Text
Subjects (specific)
art criticism art theory artists' periodicals journals (periodicals) texts (documents)
Movements
Conceptual