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Collins & Milazzo
“Neutral Trends,” Tomorrow’s Television Tonight

Sara Hornbacher, Anti-Scenes in Panama (A Tropical Movie):
Peter Nagy, Sarah Charlesworth, Peter Halley, Allan McCollum
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo

Sal Scarpitta interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University,
videotaped by Joan Bankemper

Image & Text:  A Lecture
Department of Photography, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University

Sara Hornbacher
Seeing Double:  Curating the Postmodern with Collins & Milazzo

Art According to Lacan

Radical Consumption:
Gretchen Bender, Peter Halley, Jeff Koons,
Annette Lemieux, Peter Nagy, Haim Steinbach
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo


Sal Scarpitta and Collins & Milazzo:
A Conversation (Kitchen), A Conversation II (Living Room),
Aftermath (Living Room),
videotaped by Joan Bankemper


Sal Scarpitta, Massimo Audiello, Joan Bankemper:
An Impromptu Conversation at The Antique Future
videotaped by Joan Bankemper

The New Poverty curated by Collins & Milazzo

Slaves of New York:  A film by Merchant/Ivory

Collins & Milazzo on Vik Muniz

Collins & Milazzo interviewed by Robert Pincus-Witten

Collins & Milazzo interviewed by Peter Halley

Collins & Milazzo interviewed by Robert Longo

Matthew Collings, Editor of Artscribe, BBC reporter for Visual Arts,
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo

Pat Hearn interviewed by Collins & Milazzo

Donald Baechler interviewed by Collins & Milazzo

Simon Watson, Simon Watson Arts Mgt.
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo

Alan Jones, author of The Art Dealers,
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo

Token Gestures (A Painting Show) curated by Collins & Milazzo

Maggie Bult, Habsburg / Feldman Fine Art Auctioneers
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo

Art Today:  Collins & Milazzo on Rene Ricard

Francq Volders, “The Late Modernist Discourse II (1988-89):
An Interview with Collins & Milazzo”

Freddy De Vrie, Radio interview with Collins & Milazzo
Studio BRT 3, Brussels, Belgium

Howard B. Johnson, Contemporary Art Collector,
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo

Sal Scarpitta:  Race Car on Idaho Potato Track (An Installation),
curated by Collins & Milazzo,
Greenberg/Wilson Gallery, in cooperation with Leo Castelli,
produced by Joan Bankemper

Theoretically Yours curated by Collins & Milazzo

Barney Rosset interviewed by Richard Milazzo

Peter Nagy Exhibition, Entertainment Erases History, at EISBox Projects,
curated by Richard Milazzo,
interviewed by Elliot Schwartz.  You Tube

In Conversation:  Mark Innerst and Richard Milazzo

Remembering Barney [Rosset]:  Tribute by Richard Milazzo

Alessandro Fiocchi: Il critico d’arte Richard Milazzo presente la mostre
Il manichino della storia

Presentazione alla Stampa Mostra Il manichino della storia

Il manichino della storia con il curatore Richard Milazzo

Joan Bankemper and Sal Scarpitta: 5 Videos: 1983-1990

Lisa Yapp introduces Collins & Milazzo and their new segment
“Neutral Trends,” to Tomorrow’s Television Tonight

New York City, July 22, 1985


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, May 21, 1985


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Louise Lawler’s exhibition, Interesting
, at Gallery Nature Morte,
and Jeff Koons at International with Monument
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, July 22, 1985


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
The Art Magazine Sub-Culture:  Zien
(Rotterdam); ZG – Zeitgeist (New York):
Gary Indiana’s Burma
and J.G. Ballard and Richard Prince interview;
Wedge
(New York) – as wedge between politics and culture:  Barbara Kruger; Real Life Magazine
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight, New York City, July 29, 1985

 
Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Four Books:  Art After Modernism:  Rethinking Representation
, edited, and with an introduction, by Brian Wallis,
published by The New Museum; The Anti-Aesthetic
, edited by Hal Foster;
Richard Prince, Why I Go to the Movies Alone
(fiction);
Peter Nadin, Still Life (poems)
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, August 12, 1985


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, September 16, 1985


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Four Exhibitions:  High Styles
, curated by Lisa Phillips, at The Whitney Museum of American Art;
James Welling:  Photographs and Paintings, at CASH/Newhouse Gallery;
Group Show at Metro Pictures / Robert Longo; Persona Non Grata

(portraiture used in a universal rather than a personal way),
curated by Collins & Milazzo, at Daniel Newburg Gallery
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, September 30, 1985


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Two Sculptors:  Saint Clair Cemin at Daniel Newburg Gallery (Granny Ashtray
)
and Haim Steinbach at Cable Gallery
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, October 28, 1985


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Joel Fisher at Diane Brown (drawings on handmade paper and sculpture)
and Barry Bridgwood at New Math Gallery
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, November 11, 1985


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Urban Burbs musician Robin Rose at M13;
Cult & Decorum

curated by Collins & Milazzo, Tibor De Nagy, New York;
Christmas Gift Tips:
Laurie Simmons – from the Tourism Series

(dolls admiring White House decorations / dolls watching the Atomic Blast);
Sherrie Levine at Baskerville & Watson; Donald McLaughlin at Jamie Wolff (cultural leukemia);
Josh Baer opens gallery (a cultural reflex); Peter Nadin at CASH/Newhouse (fine etchings)
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, November 25, 1985


Cult and Decorum

curated by Collins & Milazzo
Tibor De Nagy Gallery, New York, December 7, 1985 - January 4, 1986
Video documentary


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Three Shows:  Jonathan Lasker’s exhibition in Germany & one in New York in the spring (Biomorphic Sitcom)
;
Philip Taaffe at Pat Hearn; Joseph Beuys at Massimo Audiello (Capri Batterie
)
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, January 13, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Three Exhibitions and an Announcement:  Ross Bleckner at Mary Boone (Chandelier Paintings);
Peter Hopkins’s Day-Glo paintings at Vox Populi;

Metro Pictures – Girls, Girls, Girls – an exhibition based on gender, not on art;
announced Joseph Beuys’s death
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, January 27, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Three artists chosen for the Venice Biennale; Sarah Charlesworth (Fashion Collage
);
Kevin Larmon (Still Life
); Mark Innerst – now at Curt Marcus Gallery;
C & M exhibition, Time After Time
, at the Diane Brown Gallery;
Stephen Lack, star of Scanners
, at Gracie Mansion
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, February 24, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
The Whitney Biennial and the Dirt:  Jeff Koons – (single ball Equilibrium
tank);
Barbara Kruger – 2 New Works; the Starn Twins, at the Whitney Biennial,
exhibition opening at Stux Gallery,combining sculpture and photography;
The dirt:  several artists changed citizenship to be in the Biennial
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, March 10, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Gerhard Richter at Marian Goodman; Swiss Institute – an exhibition of 3 Swiss Artists:
Olivier Mosset, Not Vital and Rosemarie Trockel
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, March 16, 1987


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Four Shows:  Jonathan Lasker at Tibor De Nagy (Pre-Levitation
);
Peter Halley at International with Monument (Blue Cell with Black Conduit
);
Izar Patkin – The Black Paintings; Annette Lemieux at C.A.S.H. / Newhouse
 Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, March 31, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, May 121, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Congratulate Bill Arning on success of White Columns; and Tishan Hsu at Pat Hearn:
conflates various genres and brings together simulated mutations of consciousness & color
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, June 9, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, June 23, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, June 30, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, July 21, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, July 28, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, September 15, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Highs and Lows:  Brooke Alexander:
  Ross Bleckner, Annette Lemieux, Tim Rollins & KOS;
Tony Shafrazi Gallery; Galerie El Goyo – auction for Black Liberation;
Charles Cowles Gallery – auction for Artist Housing;
Scott Schaefer shows Galeries Magazine
with an article about Collins & Milazzo
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, September 22, 1986


Sara Hornbacher, Anti-Scenes in Panama
(A Tropical Movie):
Peter Nagy interviewed by Collins & Milazzo at Gallery Nature Morte, New York, 1986
(Parts I and II)


Sara Hornbacher, Anti-Scenes in Panama
(A Tropical Movie):
Sarah Charlesworth interviewed by Collins & Milazzo at her studio on Great Jones St., New York, 1986
(Parts I and II)


Sara Hornbacher, Anti-Scenes in Panama
(A Tropical Movie):
  Peter Halley interviewed by Collins & Milazzo at his studio on White St., New York, 1986
(Parts I and II)


Sara Hornbacher, Anti-Scenes in Panama
(A Tropical Movie):
Allan McCollum interviewed by Collins & Milazzo at his Perfect Vehicles
exhibition
at C.A.S.H./Newhouse Gallery, New York, 1986
(Parts I and II)


Sara Hornbacher, Anti-Scenes in Panama
(A Tropical Movie):
Barry Bridgwood visited by Collins & Milazzo in his studio on White St., New York, 1986


Sara Hornbacher, Anti-Scenes in Panama
(A Tropical Movie):
Collins & Milazzo Collection at 114 St. Marks Place, New York, 1986
Video documentary


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, October 6, 1986


Sal Scarpitta interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
Sal Scarpitta:  A Retrospective
,
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University,
Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 7 - December 7 1986
Videotaped by Joan Bankemper, November 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Gretchen Bender at Nature Morte; Bertrand Lavier at John Gibson;
discussion about Warhol and Johns
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, November 24, 1986


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, December 8, 1986


Image & Text:  A Lecture

Department of Photography, Tisch School of the Arts
New York University, New York, March 10, 1987


Sara Hornbacher, Seeing Double:

Curating the Postmodern with Collins & Milazzo
New York, 1985-1987


Art According to Lacan

co-produced and co-directed by Collins & Milazzo,
New York, 1987


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, January 5, 1987


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, February 2, 1987


Radical Consumption
:
Gretchen Bender interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
PM Communications, New York and Germany, March 1987


Radical Consumption
:
Peter Halley interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
PM Communications, New York and Germany, March 1987


Radical Consumption
:
Jeff Koons interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
PM Communications, New York and Germany, March 1987


Radical Consumption
:
Annette Lemieux interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
PM Communications, New York and Germany, March 1987


Radical Consumption
:
Peter Nagy interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
PM Communications, New York and Germany, March 1987


Radical Consumption
:
Haim Steinbach interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
PM Communications, New York and Germany, March 1987


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, March 2, 198.


Sal Scarpitta interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
“Neutral Trends,” Tomorrow’s Television Tonight

New York City, March 13, 1989


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, March 16, 1987


Sal Scarpitta and Collins & Milazzo:
A Conversation (Kitchen), videotaped by Joan Bankemper
114 St. Mark’s Place, New York, March 18, 1987


Sal Scarpitta and Collins & Milazzo:
A Conversation II (Living Room), videotaped by Joan Bankemper
114 St. Mark’s Place, New York, March 18, 1987


Sal Scarpitta and Collins & Milazzo:
Aftermath (Living Room), videotaped by Joan Bankemper
114 St. Mark’s Place, New York, March 18, 1987



The Antique Future
curated by Collins & Milazzo, Massimo Audiello Gallery
New York, February 13 - March 15, 1987
Video documentary by Joan Bankemper, March 1987


Sal Scarpitta, Massimo Audiello, Joan Bankemper:
An Impromptu Conversation at The Antique Future

curated by Collins & Milazzo, Massimo Audiello Gallery
New York, February 13 - March 15, 1987
Videotaped by Joan Bankemper, March 1987


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, April 27, 1987


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, June 29, 1987


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, October 26, 1987


The New Poverty

curated by Collins & Milazzo, John Gibson Gallery
New York, October 10 - November 7, 1987
Video documentary


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, January 11, 1988


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, March 21, 1988


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, April 25, 1988


Collins & Milazzo co-art advisor for the Merchant/Ivory film
Slaves of New York
(1988)
See Douglas C. McGill, “Art People:
Collecting Paintings for the new Merchant/Ivory Film, ‘Slaves of New York’”
The New York Times
, Friday, May 6, 1988


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, June 20, 1988


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, September 26, 1988


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, November 21, 1988


Collins & Milazzo on Vik Muniz

Art Today, No. 2, Vol. II, New York, 1989


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, January 23, 1988


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, February 6, 1988


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, February 20, 1988

 
Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, April 24, 1988


Collins & Milazzo interviewed by Robert Pincus-Witten
New York, April 24, 1987


Collins & Milazzo interviewed by Peter Halley
New York, April 25, 1987


Collins & Milazzo interviewed by Robert Longo
New York, April 1987


Matthew Collings
Editor of Artscribe
, BBC reporter for Visual Arts
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
“Neutral Trends,” Tomorrow’s Television Tonight

New York City, April 24, 1989


Pat Hearn
Pat Hearn Gallery
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo,
“Neutral Trends,” Tomorrow’s Television Tonight

New York City, May 22, 1989


Donald Baechler interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
“Neutral Trends,” Tomorrow’s Television Tonight

New York City, June 5, 1989


Suzan Etkin

with new multiple produced by Vincent Fremont
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo

“Neutral Trends,” Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
New York City, July 17, 1989


Simon Watson
Simon Watson Arts Mgt.
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
“Neutral Trends,” Tomorrow’s Television Tonight

New York City, July 31, 1989


Alan Jones
 author of The Art Dealers

interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
“Neutral Trends,” Tomorrow’s Television Tonight

New York City September 11, 1989


A Curatorial Project:  Token Gestures
(A Painting Show)
curated by Collins & Milazzo
Scott Hanson Gallery, New York, March 1990
Video documentary


Maggie Bult
Habsburg/Feldman Fine Art Auctioneers
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
“Neutral Trends,” Tomorrow’s Television Tonight

New York City, March 5, 1990


Francq Volders, The Late Modernist Discourse II (1988-89):
An Interview with Collins & Milazzo

New York, March 1990.  Rerelease:  Vimeo
, May 2013


Collins & Milazzo on Robin Rose

Art Today, No. 4, Vol. II, New York, April 1990


A Video Jam Session:  Roy Haynes and Alain Kirili

co-presented by Collins & Milazzo, Grand Salon, New York
Thursday, 7:30 p.m., April 1, 1993


Collins & Milazzo on Rene Ricard
Art Today
, No. 5, Vol. II, May 1990


 Freddy De Vrie, Radio interview with Collins & Milazzo,
Studio BRT 3, Brussels, Belgium, May 23, 1990


Howard B. Johnson
Contemporary Art Collector is interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
“Neutral Trends,” Tomorrow’s Television Tonight

New York City, June 18, 1990


Collins & Milazzo, “Neutral Trends”
Tomorrow’s Television Tonight
, New York City, June 25, 1990


Sal Scarpitta:  Race Car on Idaho Potato Track
(An Installation)
curated by Collins & Milazzo
Greenberg/Wilson Gallery, in cooperation with Leo Castelli, New York

September 9 - October 20, 1990.
Video of getting car off the truck onto Broadway,
then taking the car apart to get it up the elevator

(video known as Race Car on Broadway.
Produced by Joan Bankemper, September 6, 1990


Stephen Ellis
Koury/Wingate Gallery
interviewed by Collins & Milazzo
“Neutral Trends,” Tomorrow’s Television Tonight

New York City, November 12, 1990


Theoretically Yours

curated by Collins & Milazzo
Museum of the Regione Autonoma della Valle d’Aosta,
Chiesa di San Lorenzo, Aosta, Italy,May 29 - June 28, 1992
Video documentary produced by Raitre (TG3 / Italian T.V.)
Video documentary


Barney Rosset interviewed by Richard Milazzo
Checkerboard Foundation, New York, 1997
Filmed by Vincent Katz and Vivien Bittencourt, and by Perry Henzell


Peter Nagy exhibition, Entertainment Erases History
, at EISBox Projects
curated by Richard Milazzo
Brooklyn, New York, April 28, 2011
Peter Nagy interviewed by Elliot Schwartz.  You Tube



In Conversation:  Mark Innerst and Richard Milazzo
D.C. Moore Gallery, New York, September 10, 2012.  Vimeo



Remembering Barney [Rosset]:  Tribute by Richard Milazzo
Evergreen Review
, Summer, 2013


“Presentazione alla TG Rai Emilia Romagna Edizione: Il manichino della storia,”
June 6, 2015

“Presentazione alla Stampa Mostra Il manichino della storia,”
Servizio Modenanoi, You Tube, July 24, 2015


Alessandro, Fiocchi, “Il critico d’arte Richard Milazzo presente la mostre Il manichino della storia,”
Modena, Italy, September 18, 2015


Il manichino della storia con il curatore Richard Milazzo,”
Città di Modena, You Tube, December 9, 2015


“Robert Longo: An Artist’s Journey,”
Art / New York – Inner Tube Video, New York, 2015
 

Joan Bankemper and Sal Scarpitta, 5 Videos: 1983-1990, in Scarpitta / Bankemper: 5 + 10,
New York - Paris - Turin: Edgewise Press, Inc., 2016.