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May, 1978

Peter Van Riper (left) and Simone Forti (right) perform at Hallwalls, 1978.Peter Van Riper (left) and Simone Forti (right) perform at Hallwalls, 1978.

Hallwalls and CEPA Calendar: May, 1978

Artists associated with this publication:
Joe Kos, David Duberperson, Mari Aker, Tom Bailey, Ed Minicky, Joe Emery, Ken Pelka, Lisa Kaplan, Barbara Lattanzi, John Murphy, Suzanne Nicholas, Robert Yeo, Simone Forti, Peter Van Riper, Gary Storm, Joe Emery, Leslie Knowlton, Ellen Birrell, Charles Clough, David Askevold, Michael Brewster, Dorit Cypis, Robert Cumming, Jill Giegerich, Raul Guerrero, Steve Kahn, Judith Miller, Allen Ruppersberg, Ilene Segalove


Some events connected to this publication:
May 4, 1978 - CHARLES CLOUGH
May 5, 1978 - TEN ARTISTS' WORK SENT FROM LOS ANGELES TO HALLWALLS
May 8, 1978 - GARY STORM
May 9, 1978 - ART FOR ALL
May 10, 1978 - ART NITE
May 11, 1978 - EMERY/KNOWLTON
May 11, 1978 - STREAM
May 11, 1978 - KEN PELKA: CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT
May 12, 1978 - LISA KAPLAN, BARBARA LATTANZI, JOHN J.MURPHY, SUZANNE NICHOLAS, and ROB YEO
May 13, 1978 - SIMONE FORTI, PETER VAN RIPER
May 14, 1978 - SIMONE FORTI, PETER VAN RIPER
May 19, 1978 - LIGHT-SPACE TROOP
May 20, 1978 - LIGHT-SPACE TROOP
May 21, 1978 - DAVID SEMAN
May 22, 1978 - JOE KOS: UNPUBLISHED VIDEO WORKS
May 22, 1978 - RAMONA SCARPACE



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