JARED BARK PHOTOBOOTH PIECES

JARED BARK PHOTOBOOTH PIECES

Edited by Barney Kulok. 2016 New York, NY, Hunters Point Press

Jared Bark: Photobooth Pieces brings together for the first time in print a body of work little known or seen for nearly 40 years, by the pioneering American performance artist Jared Bark (born 1944….The works are all reproduced at full scale and the book includes an essay by art historian Catherine Damman and an interview with the artist by Hannah Howe and Elizabeth Easton.
 

 

JARED BARK: PHOTOBOOTH WORKS & PERFORMANCE VIDEOS 1969-1976

JARED BARK: PHOTOBOOTH WORKS & PERFORMANCE VIDEOS 1969-1976

Edited by Maika Pollack. 2015 Object Relations and Southfirst Gallery, New York, NY

Jared Bark: Photobooth Works and Performance Videos, 1969-1976 is published on the occasion of Bark's Fall 2015 exhibition by the same name at Southfirst gallery (Brooklyn, New York) and Sarah Lawrence College (Bronxville, NY). The pamphlet consists of four previously unpublished texts: two descriptions of Bark's performance work (LIGHTS: on/off, 1975, at the Idea Warehouse, NY, and Zero-G, 1976, at the Whitney Museum of American Art) by theater historian Stefan Brecht, a letter by Jared Bark to the documenta 6 performance curator Joachim Diedrichs, and an essay by exhibition curator Maika Pollack. The publication's texts connect the legacy of serial photography with downtown performance and dance in New York during the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Additional Publications

2014
“Hooray for Hollywood: Celebrating Holly Solomon.” Mixed Greens Gallery and Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York, NY

2013 
Sanders, Jay with J. Hoberman. “Rituals of Rented Island: Object Theater, Loft Performance, and the New Psychodrama—Manhattan, 1970—1980."  Yale University Press, New Haven, CT

2012
Catalog. “Behind the Curtain—The Aesthetics of the Photobooth.” Musée de l”Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland.

1983
“Holly Solomon Gallery Inaugural Exhibition.” Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY

1981
Brentano, Robin and Mark Savitt “112 Workshop, 112 Greene Street.” Robin Brentano and Mark Savitt New York University Press, New York, NY

1980
“Holly Solomon Gallery: Three More.” Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY
Plous, Phyllis and Steven Cortright. "Invented Images," UCSB Art Museum, University of California Santa Barbara

1977
Catalog. documenta 6. P. Dierichs, Kassel, Germany
Catalog. 10e Biennale de Paris. Paris, France
Rooms PS1. The Institute of Art and Urban Resources. Queens, NY
“Holly Solomon Gallery: The First Two Years” Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY 

1976
SoHo: Downtown Manhattan. Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Germany 

1971 
Groh, Klaus. If I Had a Mind…Concept-Art/Project-Art. Dumont Aktuell, Germany

1969
Szeeman, Harold. When Attitudes Become Form. Bern, Switzerland