Museums and Art Galleries - Thomas Greenwood 

Picture This: Films Chosen by Artists PDF
Steve Gallagher (Ed.), Published in 1987
Essays by Vito Acconci, John Baldessari, Ericka Beckman, Barbara Bloom, Barbara Broughel, Jennifer Bolande, John Carson, Jim Casebere, Andrea Fraser, Dan Graham, Chris Hill, Silvia Kolbowski, Barbara Kruger, Louise Lawler, Daniel Levine, Robert Longo, John Maggiotto, Tim Maul, Peter Nagy, David Robbins, and Lynne Tillman.
A 103-page publication, edited by Steve Gallagher, and published by Hallwalls. Reprinted essays from 12 FILMS (Amsterdam: De Appel, 1979), an artist project by Barbara Bloom (who designed the book’s cover and back), which served as inspiration for the film series presented at Hallwalls, November 11-December 11, 1986. The back reads: “A collection of twenty-two essays, photo essays and interviews by visual artists reflecting on the influence of films (and related photographic processes) on the individual in contemporary culture.”

Luther Price

Church of Santa Croce, Florence, Italy, after the flood of the Arno River, 1966 — during which Giorgio Vasari’s painting The Last Supper (1543) was submerged in muddy oily water for eight hours.

Franz Gertsch (Swiss, b. 1930), Rüschegg I, 1988-89. Woodcut on Japan paper, plate: 234 x 181 cm., sheet: 276 x 217 cm.

Carlo Scarpa, Canova Gallery, 1955-1957

and then scatter this photograph all over the internet with no explanation… Love, Division Leap. 

Vincenzo Agnetti, Libro dimenticato a memoria, 1970

Michal Bar-Or, Unidentified Cast (From the PEF cast collection), 2012, archival inkjet print

jean-michel basquiat

Thomas Zipp

Black and White, 1959

Saul Leiter

Arianna Arcara and Luca Santese, Found Photos of Detroit, 2009-10