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From 1986-1999, P-Form magazine chronicled the challenging, sometimes entertaining, and often controversial world of performance art. This digital collection of covers and tables-of-contents from each issue provides an index to the publication. P-Form originated at Randolph Street Gallery as a newsletter promoting local performance artists and events, and grew to become a leading international journal of interdisciplinary and performance art. Through interviews, artist's profiles, essays, commentaries, and reviews, P-Form chronicles the performance art movement during the 80s and 90s, capturing the essence of creative expression that challenges the parameters of the established art industry of its day.

 
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