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ELLIOTT LANDY:
PHOTOGRAPHER
OF A GENERATION
GROUP 212:
INTERMEDIA
ARTS COLONY
LIVING LARGE:
NAN MASON &
WILNA HERVEY
ZE'EV WILLY NEUMANN:
LOVE KNOT
VIDEO
FREEX
MAVERICK
CONCERTS:
MUSIC IN
THE WOODS
Georges Malkine
Lenny Kislin
GEORGES MALKINE:
PERFECT SIRREALIST
LENNY KISLIN:
TIME KEEPER
About
Video Freex were a pioneering video collective who used the Sony Portapak for countercultural video projects from 1969 to 1978. They were founded in 1969 by David Cort, Mary Curtis Ratcliff and Parry Teasdale, after Cort and Teasdale met each other at the Woodstock Music Festival. They were based out of a 17 bedroom house in the Catskill Mountains named the Maple Tree Farm. In order to receive an initial grant of $40,000 from The New York State Council of the Arts, the Videofreex rebranded itself as the non-profit "Media Bus."

HISTORY OF
BLUESTONE
IN ULSTER COUNTY