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September and October, 1985.



Hallwalls Calendar: September and October, 1985.

Artists associated with this publication:
Jenny Holzer, Marshall Reese, Antoni Muntadas, Peter Bull, Alex Gibney, Manuel Delanda, Directart Productions, Sid Gilbert, Fabio Roberti, Michael Wolfe, Bradley Eros, Aline Mare, Richard Klemann, Richard Kern, Lung Leg, Tommy Turner, Mark Freeland, Andrea Centazzo, Jack Wright, Andy Warhol, Richard Hell, Brenda Bergman, Phoebe Legere, Eric Pryor, Richard Kern, Lydia Lunch, Kevin Wolff, Michael Herbold, Jay Cantor, Harvey Pekar, Nick Zedd, Jerry Hunt, Rosemary K. Lyons, Arnold Mesches


Some events connected to this publication:
September 10, 1985 - NYSCA TOWN MEETING
September 19, 1985 - ARTISTS TALK ON ART
September 20, 1985 - ARNOLD MESCHES: SELECTED PAINTINGS
September 20, 1985 - KEVIN WOLFF: REDMEN
September 20, 1985 - MICHAEL HERBOLD: INCREMENTS
September 20, 1985 - POLITICAL MESSAGES: A MINUTE OF YOUR TIME
September 20, 1985 - ROSEMARY K. LYONS: THE STONEHENGE SERIES
September 22, 1985 - FICTION DICTION
September 27, 1985 - AN ORDEAL WITH NICK ZEDD
September 28, 1985 - NICK ZEDD: THEATER OF SHAME
September 29, 1985 - BENEFIT FOR THE UNDERGROUND FILM BULLETIN
October 2, 1985 - ARTISTS TALK ON ART
October 4, 1985 - FROM THE STREETS OF CLEVELAND COMES: HARVEY PEKAR
October 9, 1985 - POLITICAL MESSAGES: A MINUTE OF YOUR TIME
October 11, 1985 - JERRY HUNT
October 12, 1985 - ROSEMARY K. LYONS
October 18, 1985 - DIRECTART PRODUCTIONS
October 19, 1985 - ANDY WARHOL'S LOWER EAST SIDE SAMPLER
October 30, 1985 - ANDREA CENTAZZO AND JACK WRIGHT



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