George Maciunas

Setting: A loft in 537 Broadway, 2nd Floor, now home to the Emily Harvey Foundation. On the morning of November 9, 1975, SoHo
So it was no surprise that when we found ourselves back in Vilnius this May for the launch of the Lithuanian Edition of Illegal
This year's Frieze Talks program exhibits a strong streak of humor and irony, promising to transform the auditorium appendage at the north end of the Frieze tent from a room you might accidentally wander into when you're looking for a bathroom, to the room that you're actually looking for.
In 1992, Emily Harvey, a New York gallerist known for her support of the international avant-garde community, conceived of The Cast Iron Court Corporation Group Show, a curatorial project to be held in her SoHo building, 537 Broadway/110 Mercer Street, the last of George Maciunas's 16 Fluxhouses. It was an exhibit that somehow never materialized.
When Shael Shapiro and I were interviewing residents of 80 Wooster Street for our book, Illegal Living: 80 Wooster and the
The grand shopping mall that is SoHo was until recently the arts center of New York City, a neighborhood created by artist visionary George Maciunas.