($25 & under)

Weekly Goings On email; website links; occasional snail mail; opportunities to meet artists; and a surprise gift of cool stuff published by Franklin Furnace.

 

 

 

 


($50 & up)

Boxed Set of 48 artist's postcards published in 1977 by Image Bank, Vancouver, including works by Vito Acconci, Eleanor Antin, Charles Henri Ford, General Idea,
Dick Higgins, Ray Johnson, Alison Knowles, Sol Lewitt, Robert Mapplethorpe, Gordon
Matta-Clark, Yvonne Rainer, Ed Ruscha, and others.

($100 & up)

Complete Set of Franklin Furnace Posters, including Franklin Furnace in Exile designed by Carol Sun; Eric Bogosian Benefit Concert designed by J. Bonney; Fluxus
A Conceptual Country illustrated by Ken Friedman; Franklin Furnace's 15th Year of Performance Art designed by Erika Rothenberg; Franklin Furnace Fights for First Amendment Rights designed by Barbara Kruger, and Concrete Poetry, designed by Dick Higgins.

($250 & up)

Complete Boxed Set of Franklin Furnace's publication, The Flue. Published between 1980 and 1989, the sixteen issues of The Flue ran the gamut of formats from tabloids designed and illustrated by Barbara Kruger, Louise Lawler, and others, to posters and pamphlets, to full-blown catalogues like Cubist Prints/Cubist Books. Then-emerging artists
Ana Mendieta and David Hammons created original works for the pages of The Flue.

($5000)

Collector's Edition Complete Set of Printed Stuff, a boxed set of all forty-one titles printed by Franklin Furnace, including a Complete Set of The Flue, one of the few remaining copies of The Avant-Garde Book: 1900-1945 catalogue, and Passport, a structure of Lawrence Weiner in which visitors to performances in 1988 and '89 got a rubber-stamp designed by each performance artist. (A version of the Complete Set of Printed Stuff, with facsimiles of rare material, is being offered to libraries by Printed Matter, Inc.).
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