IF YOU LIVED HERE: THE CITY IN ART, THEORY, AND SOCIAL ACTIVISM
A PROJECT BY MARTHA ROSLER

Dia Art Foundation: Discussions in Contemporary Art Number 6

The New Press / Dia Art Foundation, 1991

Editor: Brian Wallis

Yvonne Rainer Preface: The Work of Art in the (Imagined) Age of Unalienated Exhibition  
Martha Rosler Fragments of a Metropolitan Viewpoint
Rosalyn Deutsche Alternative Space
Alexander Kluge The Public Sphere
The Nation Symposium on Homlessness
HOME FRONT
Discussion Housing: Gentrification, Dislocation and Fighting Back
The Chinatown History Project The Tenement: Place for Survival, Object of Reform
Richard Plunz Strange Fruit: The Legacy of the Design Competition in New York Housing
Christine Benglia Bevington Housing the Homeless Mother and Child
Marie Annick Brown 454 St. Nicholas Avenue
Clinton Coalition of Concern What is a Kilowatt Hour? A Con Ed Paper Trail
The 42nd Street Development Project
Allan Sekula "People Who Can't Afford To Live Here Should Move Someplace Else"
Tony Masso Historic Hiram Market: Decade Update
The Artists' Home Ownership Program
Discussion Artists' Life/Work: Housing and Community for Artists
HOMELESS: THE STREET AND OTHER VENUES
Discussion Homelessness: Conditions, Causes, Cures
Martha Rosler Tompkins Square Park, East Village, Lower East Side, Manhattan, New York
Andrew Byard Disjointed Days
Cenen Our Genetic Cord
The Mad Housers Essential Shelter: The Mad Houser Hunt
Homes for People With AIDS: A Study Project on Infill Housing in New York
CITY: VISIONS AND REVISIONS
Discussion Planning: Power, Politics, and People
Dan Wiley Unequal Development: The Two Waterfronts
William Price The Architecture of Fear
Camilo Jose Vergara Rebuilding Drug City
Mel Rosenthal The South Bronx of America
The Casita Project
Dan Graham and Robin Hurst  Corporate Atriums: Urban Arcadias  
  Docklands Community Poster Project  

EXHIBITIONS: All Exhibitions took place at the Dia Art Foundation 77 Wooster Street location.
 
HOME FRONT: Feruary 11 - March 18, 1989
HOMELESS: THE STREET AND OTHER VENUES: April 1-29, 1989
CITY: VISIONS AND REVISIONS: May 13 - June 17, 1989

Partisl list of artists:

AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power [ACT UP]
Amos, Emma
Belenky, Michael
Border Art Workshop / Taller de Arte Fronterizo
van Dalen, Anton
Graham, Dan
Hassan, Jamelie
Koenig, Janet
Operation Move In
Rosenthal, Mel
Rosler, Martha
Sanchez, Juan
Sekula, Allan
Tobocman, Seth
Wald, David
Wild, Netty
Wodiczko, Krzysztof