0 to 9, nos. 1–6 plus Street Works supplement to no. 6. 1967–1969. (Complete run.). Bernadette Mayer, Vito Acconci.
0 to 9, nos. 1–6 plus Street Works supplement to no. 6. 1967–1969. (Complete run.). Bernadette Mayer, Vito Acconci.
0 to 9, nos. 1–6 plus Street Works supplement to no. 6. 1967–1969. (Complete run.). Bernadette Mayer, Vito Acconci.
0 to 9, nos. 1–6 plus Street Works supplement to no. 6. 1967–1969. (Complete run.). Bernadette Mayer, Vito Acconci.
0 to 9, nos. 1–6 plus Street Works supplement to no. 6. 1967–1969. (Complete run.). Bernadette Mayer, Vito Acconci.
0 to 9, nos. 1–6 plus Street Works supplement to no. 6. 1967–1969. (Complete run.). Bernadette Mayer, Vito Acconci.
0 to 9, nos. 1–6 plus Street Works supplement to no. 6. 1967–1969. (Complete run.). Bernadette Mayer, Vito Acconci.
0 to 9, nos. 1–6 plus Street Works supplement to no. 6. 1967–1969. (Complete run.). Bernadette Mayer, Vito Acconci.

0 to 9, nos. 1–6 plus Street Works supplement to no. 6. 1967–1969. (Complete run.)

Item #1136

Edited by Vito Acconci and Bernadette Mayer, 0 to 9 is widely considered one of the most experimental and influential publications of the mimeograph and small press movement in America. Published in six issues from 1967 to 1969 in New York City, 0 to 9 also published a supplement titled Street Works and several books by Aram Saroyan, Bernadette Mayer, Vito Acconci, and Rosemary Mayer, along with three booklets that constitute Adrian Piper’s first solo exhibition. 0 to 9 was especially engaged in the particulars of the page and inscriptions upon it, emphasizing aspects of performance, minimalism, multi-disciplinarity, and concrete approaches to language.

Contributors include Aram Saroyan, Tom Clark, Robert Walser, Gertrude Stein, Raymond Queneau, Stefan Themerson, Rosemary Mayer, Clark Coolidge, Guillaume Apollinaire, John Giorno, Ron Padgett, Ted Berrigan, Harry Mathews, Steve Paxton, Emmett Williams, Lord Herbert of Cherbury, Jackson Mac Low, Larry Freifeld, Barrett Shaw, Dick Higgins, Bern Porter, Sol LeWitt, Hannah Weiner, Dan Graham, George Bowering, John Perrault, Phil Corner, Richard Johnny John, Jerome Rothenberg, Vito Acconci, Bernadette Mayer, Jasper Johns, Yvonne Rainer, Alan Sondheim, Lee Lozano, Lawrence Weiner, Bernar Venet, Robert Barry, Dan Graham, Philip Corner, Douglas Heubler, John Perreault, Robert Smithson, Karen Pirups-Hvarre, Michael Heizer, Robert Barry, Adrian Piper, Nels Richardson, Larry Fagin, five songs attributed to indigenous groups including the Andamanese, Sir Arthur Gorges, Sir Walter Raleigh, anonymous writing from the Nehalem Tillamook, Edoardo Sanguineti, Robert Viscusi, Bruce Marcus, Hans Christian Andersen, Novalis, Morton Feldman, V. C. Alexander, Judy Schiff, Daniel O’Sullivan, Robert Greene, and Gustave Flaubert, among others.


Street Works consists of documentation for performative and situation-based artworks, involving public spaces in New York City on three separate occasions in 1969. The supplement was produced as an assemblage, with individual artists and authors providing copies of their work for collation, including images, diagrams, written accounts and instructions, poems, and other items. 


Print runs were 100 to 350 for each issue. This is a very scarce complete run of the magazine and includes nos. 1–6 plus Street Works, supplement to no. 6. Copies are in very good to near fine condition. Contact bookseller for detailed condition report. (Ref: A Secret Location on the Lower East Side; Artists' Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art; In Numbers: Serial Publications by Artists Since 1955.)

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