Published in 1977
Curated by Charlotta Kotik
Essays by Charlotta Kotik

PROJECTS/PERFORMANCES - CZECHOSLOVAKIA/POLAND (November 4-30, 1977) Hallwalls Inc, Buffalo NY, 1977. [A 17-page black and white catalog, published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name, guest curated by Charlotta Kotik, Assistant Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, who authored the catalog introduction. Featuring work by artists from Czech and Poland, including: Vladimir Ambroz, Czech; Jaroslav Andel, Czech; Anna Bolcewicz, Poland; Milan Dobes, Czech; Dalibor Chatrny, Czech; Zofia Kulik, Poland; Karel Miler, Czech; Jan Mlcoch, Czech; Tomasz Sikorski, Poland; Adriena Simotova, Czech; Petr Stembera, Czech; Jiri Valoch, Czech; Krzystof Zarebski, Poland. The catalog includes some biographical details of the artists, information about the work included in the exhibition, occasional quotes, and some b&w photographs from the exhibition (there is a note regarding the inconsistant format of the information). The last page includes acknowledgements written by Hallwalls director Patrick O'Connell and Publicity Co-ordinator Leora Eiferman, as well as a staff list, as well as a list of those on Hallwalls' advisory board (Vito Acconci, John Baldessari, Linda Cathcart, Tony Conrad, Marcia Tucker, Helen Winer, Robert Stearns).

Artists associated with this publication:
Vladimir Ambroz, Jaroslav Andel, Anna Bolcewicz, Milan Dobes, Dalibor Chatrny, Zofia Kulik, Karel Miler, Jan Mlcoch, Tomasz Sikorski, Adriena Simotova, Petr Stembera, Jiri Valoch, Krzystof Zarebski,

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