Item #6680 Danceteria Invites You to a Private Party Celebrating the New Art Damaged Issue of Redtape Magazine [black colorway]
Danceteria Invites You to a Private Party Celebrating the New Art Damaged Issue of Redtape Magazine [black colorway]

Danceteria Invites You to a Private Party Celebrating the New Art Damaged Issue of Redtape Magazine [black colorway]

New York: Danceteria, [1983]. Offset. 5 ⅝ x 7 ⅝ in. Near fine. Item #6680

Invitation to a party celebrating the release of the "Art Damaged" issue of Redtape Magazine. The party included an exhibition of works by David Wojnarowicz, Greer Lankton, Jane Bauman, Richard Hambleton, Kembra Pfahler, Tom Warren, Toyo, John Terhorst, Walter Sipser, Michael Roman, Joseph Nechvatal, Dragan Ilic, Patrick Howe, Richard Hofmann, S. Gustav Hagglund, Parker Du Lany, William Downer, R. Bob Cook, Edward Brezinski, and Holly Anderson; performances by Pfhaler, Ilic, David Life, and Julius Klein; and Raymond Metrulis as DJ. Artwork on recto by Michael Roman.

Redtape was a downtown art, literary, and comics magazine. It published work by established, emerging, obscure, and soon-to-be famous Greer Lankton, David Wojnarowicz, Gregory Corso, Ed Sanders, Kathy Acker, and Barbara Ess. Evidencing the connection between the downtown arts and party scenes, the magazine also threw release parties at Danceteria.

Price: $100.00