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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

Video Art: A History

3 October 1983 to 3 January 1984

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Artists

Vito Acconci
American, born 1940
23 exhibitions
Jon Alpert
American, born 1948
5 exhibitions
Ant Farm
4 exhibitions
Eleanor Antin
American, born 1935
2 exhibitions
John Baldessari
11 exhibitions
Stephen Beck
American, born 1950
1 exhibition
Dara Birnbaum
American, born 1946
5 exhibitions
Skip Blumberg
American, born 1946
6 exhibitions
Ed Bowes
American, born 1944
3 exhibitions
Barbara Buckner
American, born 1950
2 exhibitions
Robert Burden
1 exhibition
Nancy Cain
2 exhibitions
Colin Campbell
Canadian, 1942–2001
5 exhibitions
Dictelio Cepeda
1 exhibition
Communications Update
1 exhibition
David Cort
American, born 1935
2 exhibitions
Tom DeFanti
American, born 1948
2 exhibitions
Juan Downey
Chilean, 1940–1993
5 exhibitions
Ed Emshwiller
American, 1925–1990
6 exhibitions
Pierre Falardeau
Canadian, born 1946
2 exhibitions
Kit Fitzgerald
3 exhibitions
Bart Friedman
3 exhibitions
General Idea
Canadian
5 exhibitions
Davidson Gigliotti
American, born 1939
4 exhibitions
Frank Gillette
American, born 1941
2 exhibitions
Amy Greenfield
1 exhibition
William Gwin
2 exhibitions
Noel Harding
2 exhibitions
Gary Hill
American, born 1951
9 exhibitions
Ralph Hocking
British, born 1931
3 exhibitions
Milli Iatrou
1 exhibition
Takahiko Iimura
1 exhibition
Joan Jonas
American, born 1936
14 exhibitions
Allan Kaprow
American, 1927–2006
3 exhibitions
Chuck Kennedy
1 exhibition
Shigeko Kubota
Japanese, born 1937
7 exhibitions
Suzanne Lacy
2 exhibitions
Les Levine
American, born in Ireland 1935
15 exhibitions
Joan Logue
American, born 1942
4 exhibitions
Mark Magill
American, born 1952
1 exhibition
John Manning
2 exhibitions
Eric Mitchell
American, born France 1952
1 exhibition
Ron Morgan
1 exhibition
Antonio Muntadas
Spanish, born 1942
5 exhibitions
Tony Oursler
American, born 1957
5 exhibitions
Nam June Paik
American, born Korea. 1932–2006
12 exhibitions
Paper Tiger Television
American, formed 1981
2 exhibitions
Otto Piene
German, born 1928
2 exhibitions
Julien Poulin
Canadian, born 1946
2 exhibitions
Mary Curtis Ratcliff
1 exhibition
Martha Rosler
American, born 1943
3 exhibitions
John Sanborn
American, born 1954
5 exhibitions
Dan Sandin
American, born 1942
2 exhibitions
James Seawright
American, born 1936
2 exhibitions
Richard Serra
American, born 1939
23 exhibitions
Tom Sherman
Canadian, born 1947
1 exhibition
Michael Smith
American, born 1951
2 exhibitions
John Sturgeon
American, born 1946
9 exhibitions
Thomas Tadlock
1 exhibition
Parry Teasdale
1 exhibition
Aldo Tombellini
1 exhibition
Vincent Trasov
2 exhibitions
Keiko Tsuno
Japanese, born 1944
4 exhibitions
TVTV
founded in 1972
5 exhibitions
Woody Vasulka
American, born Czech Republic 1937
6 exhibitions
Edin Vélez
American, born Puerto Rico 1951
7 exhibitions
Steina Vesulka
Icelandic, born 1940
5 exhibitions
Bill Viola
American, born 1951
16 exhibitions
Carol Vontobel
1 exhibition
Tonie Wall
1 exhibition
William Wegman
American, born 1943
13 exhibitions
Paul Wong
Canadian, born 1954
4 exhibitions
Ann Woodward
1 exhibition
Max Almy
American, born 1948
4 exhibitions
Peter Campus
American, born 1937
7 exhibitions
Shalom Gorewitz
American, born 1949
3 exhibitions
Barbara Latham
2 exhibitions
Edward Rankus
American, born 1953
4 exhibitions
Stephen Torton
1 exhibition

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

18 December 1983

TOKYO IN NEW YORK: 5 MEN OF POWER

By Susan CHIRA

MAMORU Tabuchi considers it a good week if he eats dinner at home twice. Most nights, the president of Mitsui's American subsidiary is driven in a chauffeured Cadillac to the Yale Club in midtown New York to pick up his wife, Seiko, and begin an obligatory round of social engagements. They may head for a reception at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel nearby, a small dinner party for visiting Japanese colleagues at the Kitcho Restaurant blocks away, or a lecture at the Japan Society, also in midtown. The schedule is often so heavy that the Tabuchis, who live in suburban Scarsdale, rent a suite at the Yale Club so that his wife can change clothes before parties - or between them. Mr. Tabuchi heads the American operations of Mitsui & Company, a large Japanese trading conglomerate. His busy evening schedule reflects his position at the summit of Japanese businessmen in the United States. Within this self-contained world, the 59-year-old Mr. Tabuchi and a handful of other top executives have the sort of fame and influence that Lee A. Iacocca of Chrysler or Walter B. Wriston of Citicorp have among Americans.

New York Times • Business • page 1 • 3,263 words