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Randolph Street Gallery Archives Collections

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The Randolph Street Gallery (1979-1998) was a Chicago cooperative, gallery, and performance space of national importance. With a particular interest in social and political issues of its time and a deep commitment to community engagement, Randolph Street Gallery was a critical venue for new forms of artistic expression. The gallery left a lasting impact both locally, nationally, and globally.‌ Our digital collections include the Randolph Street Gallery Archives Digital Library (featuring event calendars, photographs, videos, promotional material, and other ephemera) and P-Form, which features a complete run of the performance art magazine published by the gallery.

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From 1986-1999, P-Form magazine chronicled the challenging, sometimes entertaining, and often controversial world of performance art. This...
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