Robert Kushner Catalogue
Robert Kushner
Special Projects
1971
"Costumes for Moving Bodies," Performance, Mandeville Art Gallery, University of California at San Diego. La Jolla, California. USA. 
 
"The Masque of the Red Death," Costumes, WGBH. Boston, Massachusetts. USA. 
 
1972
"An Evening of Theater and Dance," Performance, Parker 470 Gallery. Boston, Massachusetts. USA. 
 
"Costumes Constructed and Eaten," Performance, Jack Glenn Gallery. Corona del Mar, California. USA. 
 
"Man's Triumph Over Nature," Performance, Jack Glen Gallery. Corona del Mar, California and Mandeville Art Center, University of California at San Diego. La Jolla, California. 
 
"Robert Kushner and Friends Eat their Clothes," Performance. Acme Productions. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1973
"'Hors d'Oeuvres Costumes' in Marilyn Wood's 'Celebration at Farleigh-Dickinson'," Performance, Farleigh-Dickinson University. Teaneck, New Jersey. USA. 
 
"Demonstrations from the Wonnerful World of Food," Performance, St. Mark's Church. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"Masque of Clouds," Performance, The Kitchen. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"The Masque of Monuments: Rocks and Water," Performance, 98 Greene Street Loft. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"The Orange County Book," Performance collaboration with Ed Friedman, Acme Productions. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"Ballet Electronique," Costume design collaboration with Jim Burton, The Kitchen. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1974
"Food Fashion Show," Performance, Art-Rite. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1975
"The Persian Line," Performance, The Kitchen. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"The New York Hat Line," Performance, The Clocktower. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"Masque of Clouds, An Opera in Three Acts and 132 Variations," Performance collaboration with Tom Johnson, The Kitchen. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"Dancing On View," Set design collaboration with Sara Rudner and Wendy Rogers, St. Mark's Church. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1976
"Persian Line Part II," Performance, Holly Solomon Gallery. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"Gull's Meadow," Costume design collaboration with Wendy Rogers, Merce Cunningham Studio (touring). New York, New York. USA. 
 
"Solo Dances," Costume design collaboration with Wendy Rogers, Antioch College. Antioch, Ohio, USA. 
 
1977
"That Kushner Look - One Size Fits All," Performance, Mandeville Art Gallery, University of California San Diego. La Jolla, California. USA. 
 
"The New York Hat Line," Performance, Thorpe Intermedia Center. Sparkill, New York. USA. 
 
"Layers," Performance, Galerie Alexandra Monett. Brussels, Belgium. 
 
"November Duets," Costume and set design collaborations with Sara Rudner and Wendy Rogers, Merce Cunningham Studios. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"Oriental Dance," Costume design collaboration with Ellen Saltonstall. 
 
"Kathy Goes to Haiti," Illustration collaboration with Kathy Acker, Rumour Publications. Toronto, Ontario. Canada. 
 
"Separate Dances," Costume design collaboration with Wendy Rogers, St. Clement's Church. Berkeley, California. USA. 
 
"The Wonderful World of Food," Illustration collaboration with Amy Goldin and Ruth Huston, Bozeau of London Press. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1978
"The New York Hat Line," Performance, The Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"That Kushner Look - One Size Fits All," Performance, Soho TV. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"Tropical Chenille," Costume and tent design collaboration with Wendy Rogers, East Bay Center for the Performing Arts. Berkeley, California and New York, New York. 
 
"The New York Hat Book," Illustrations, Text by E.F. Photo by Katherine Landman, Bozeau of London Press. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1979
"Hat Party," Performance, Holly Solomon Gallery. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"Sentimental Fables," Performance, Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art. Los Angeles, California. USA. 
 
"The Telephone Book," Book cover and drawing collaboration with Ed Friedman, Power Mad Press/Telephone Books. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1980
"Hats for Tea," Performance, Insititute of Contemporary Art, Unversity of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. USA. 
 
"Living Rooms and Terminal Dust," Set design collaboration with Wendy Rogers, Maggie Jenkins Dance Studio. Berkeley, California. USA. 
 
"As Is," Costume and set design collaboration with Sara Rudner, Intermedia Theater. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"The Persian Poems by Janey Smith and Kathy Acker," Illustrations, Bozeau of London Press. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1981
"Sentimental Fables," Performace, Presented by Associate Council of the Museum of Modern Art (Music by R.A. Robboy's Big Jewish Band). New York, New York. USA. 
 
1982
"The White Snake," Costume and set design collaboration with Ed Friedman, Eye and Ear Theater. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"Aquarium," Costume and set design collaboration with Risa Jaroslow, St. Mark's Church. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1983
"Traveling," Performance, Institute of Contemporary Art. Boston, Massachusetts. USA. 
 
1984
"Risa Jaroslow Dancers Tour," Costumes and sets design for Risa Jaroslow Dancers Tour. 
 
"Popular Demand," Costume design collaboration with Wendy Rogers, Holly Solomon Gallery. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1985
"Requiem for a Friend," Artist's book, self published. Text by Rainer Marie Rilke, Rugg Road Paper Mill. 
 
1988
"The Hell Dances," Set design collaboration with Bebe Miller, St, Mark's Church (touring). New York, New York. USA. 
 
"Arroyo Seco I-IV," Set design collaboration with Wendy Rogers, Berkeley Art Center. Berkeley, California. USA. 
 
1989
"Thick Sleep," Costume design collaboration with Bebe Miller, The Joyce Theater and tour. 
 
1993
"Video Evening," Video, The Interart Center. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1994
"A Long Rainy Season: Contemporary Japanese Women's Poetry," vol. 1, Illustration. Edited by Leza Lowitz, Miyuki Aoyona and Akemi Tomioka, Stone Bridge Press. 
 
1999
"Dancing-on-View," Set design collaboration with Sara Rudner, St. Mark's Church. New York, New York. USA. 
 
2001
"Away," Illustration collaboration with Ed Friedman, Grainary Books. New York, New York. USA. 
 
2010
"Robert Kushner and Friends Eat their Clothes," Performance. Astor Center for Food and Wine. New York, New York. February 24. 
 
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