In 1974, Leo Castelli Gallery founded the Castelli / Sonnabend Videotapes and Films (CSVAF) as a sub-division of the gallery. The ideaa was to facilitate the sale and distribution of moving-image art (film and video production). It represented 35 artists, like a single exhibition contained works by Vito Acconci, John Baldessari, Lynda Benglis, Nancy Holt, Joan Jonas, Andy Mann, Robert Morris, Richard Serra and William Wegman.
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