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Image Mark Johnstone to Bonnie Lambert and Marshall Mayer
by Mark Johnstone published Jan 01, 1977 last modified May 31, 2013 02:20 PM — filed under: , , , ,
dear kids: i forgot to tell you on the last postcard that connie (the girl who mixed up our pics in leviathan) wants to buy yr. photographs any prices? they did a second operation on tony [Godec] and he seems to be ok. but i shit in my pants when i heard that it can take up to a year for one to recover from this kind of thing. pray for miracles. otherwise nothing is new. my diet is bad, i fart a lot. no burping, though. later, mark
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Image Marshall Mayer to Mark Johnstone
by Marshall Mayer published Jul 31, 1978 last modified Apr 17, 2013 02:39 PM — filed under: , , ,
Mark, Sounds good from up there! Make it down with Marianne ASAP. Here's my list of publications, etc: CONTEMPORARY CALIFORNIA PHOTOGRAPHY, Camerawork Gallery, S.F., 1978. THE GREAT WEST, REAL/IDEAL, Univ. of Colo., Boulder, 1977. ARTWORDS/BOOKWORKS, LAICA, L.A., 1978. DUMB OX #6/7, Spring 1978. That's all the available ones. LAICA JOURNAL will be publishing in fall. Bonnie [Lambert] will send hers along. Also have [Robbert] Flick contact me about that show he's thinking of doing (a suicidal attempt, I think). I will be in L.A. Aug. 9 but have a busy schedule. I'll call if we can get together. Marshall 05-26-52 Cover: grilled Hawiian [sic] mahi mahi w/ mashed potatoes and peas & carrots.
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Image Robbert Flick to Mark Johnstone
by Robbert Flick published Apr 07, 1981 last modified Apr 16, 2013 05:16 PM — filed under: , ,
Mark, What a wonderfully sensitive & promising essay in the landscape book [Midwest Diary]. When we have an hour would like to talk about some of the hidden (hinted at) issues. Bob
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Image Susan Rankaitis to Mark Johnstone
by Susan Rankaitis published Jun 20, 1981 last modified Apr 16, 2013 12:54 PM — filed under: , , , ,
6/18 Dear Mark—Hope that you are having a wonderful summer—Susan Larsen was asked to write for A.F. [ArtForum] & went to seen them when she was in NY. They asked her all about you & she rec. you HIGHLY so they are going to ask you to start writing, I assume, in the fall. Big time kiddo—congratulations. Letter soon. Love to Ben [Benschneider]. R [Robbert Flick] says hello. Love, Susan
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Image Beth Gafarian to Mark Johnstone
by Beth Gafarian Sayhoun published Oct 30, 1978 last modified Apr 16, 2013 12:52 PM — filed under: , ,
Every morning I go outside and feel the nearby mountains. They are covered with snow now. I tingle with "mountain power." There are good days and bad days. But you know I think I can stand up to most anything with that strength behind me. Beth p.s. I think Bob's [Flick] birthday is coming up soon. Could you find out and let me know when?
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