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Voice – Klüver*, George Brecht
Voice – Jasper Johns
Voice – Klüver*, Roy Lichtenstein
|A5||–John Wesley (6)||Untitled
Voice – Klüver*, John Wesley (6)Voice [Unidentified] – Unknown Artist
Voice – Robert WattsVoice [Unidentified Girl] – Unknown Artist
Voice – Barbara Stella, Henry Geldzahler, Tom Wesselmann
Voice – Klüver*, Claes Oldenburg
Voice – Klüver*, Jim Rosenquist
Voice – Robert Rauschenberg
This was the fourth exhibition of 'pop artists' held in the six months since 'Art 1963: A New Vocabulary' opening October 25, 1962, in Philadelphia, followed by shows at Sidney Janis Gallery in New York and Dwan Gallery in Los Angeles.
I used an old reel-to-reel tape recorder to record long conversations with the artists in their natural environments. Henry Geldzahler helped out at a party. The interviews were extensively edited to fit the record format and to bring out what I though was most interesting.
Andy Warhol silk-screened the record covers, shown on the opposite page.
A cassette version of the record is available from Experiments in Art and Techonology, New York City."
Originally released on LP in 1963. This is a cassette of the vinyl record and is accompanied by a spiral bound 46-page booklet with transcripts of the interviews. The booklet cover is approximately 4.5" wide and roughly 5.5" tall.
The tape itself gives the title as "Interviews with 11 Artists".
The booklet says "On Record: 11 Artists 1963".
The reproduction of the original LP labels says "RECORD of interviews with artists participating in the Popular Image Exhibition / The Washington Gallery of Modern Art April 18 - June 2, 1963".
The title is often referred to as "Giant Size $1.57 each" as this is what is written on Andy Warhol's cover art.
Recorded March 1963.
Record Cover "Giant Size 157" ©1963/1981 Andy Warhol
Copyright © Billy Klüver, 1981
All rights reserved.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (ISBN): 0-9312286-0-02-6