- Artpool Fluxus Bibliography
- Barbara Berman
'Interview with Allan Kaprow', in Allan Kaprow (Pasadena Art Museum : Pasadena CA 1967) 7-10. Exhibition catalogue.
- Lyn Blumenthal, Kate Horsfield
'On Art and Artists : Allan Kaprow. Interview with Allan Kaprow', in Profile 1, no. 5 (1981) 1-18.
- Gordon Brown
'What is a "Happening"? Interview with Allan Kaprow', in Art Voices 4, no. 1 (Winter 1965) 46-51.
- Jacques Donguy
'Entretien avec Allan Kaprow', in Jean de Loisy (ed.), Hors limites. L'art et la vie 1952-1994 (Centre Georges Pompidou : Paris 1994) 65-71.
- Robert Filliou
'[Ein Gespräch. Conversation]', in Robert Filliou, Lehren und Lernen als Auffuehrungskuenste = Teaching and Learning as Performance Arts (Verlag Gebr. König : Köln etc. 1970) 121-130.
- Susan Hapgood
'Interview with Allan Kaprow', in Neo-Dada. Redefining Art, 1958-1962 (American Federation of Arts : New York 1994) 115-121.
- Allan Kaprow
'An unpleasant Interview of Kaprow by Allan', written as part of a special project for Die Zeit, in Die Zeit (Hamburg, March 20-27 1981).
- Joan Marter
'Interview with Allan Kaprow', in Joan Marter (ed.), Off Limits. Rutgers University and the Avant-Garde, 1957-1963 (Rutgers University Press, pubished in Association with The Newark Museum : New Brunswick NJ 1999) 131-134. Translated in Spanish and published online for Olobo No. 4 (2003).
- Linda Montano
'Interview "Money/Fame : Allan Kaprow"', in Performance Artists Talking in the Eighties (University of California Press : Berkeley etc. 2000) 287-292.
- Robert C. Morgan
'Interview with Allan Kaprow', in Journal of Contemporary Art.
- Pierre Restany
'Interview with Allan Kaprow on Boredom', in Domus no. 605 (April 1980) 3-5.
- Richard Schechner
'Extensions in Time and Space. An Interview with Allan Kaprow', in Mariellen R. Sandford (ed.), Happenings and Other Acts (Routledge : London etc. 1995) 221-229.
- Jeanne Segal
'Environments and Happenings', in Jeanne Segal (ed.), Artwords. Discourse on the 60s and 70s (UMI Research Press : Ann Arbor 1985) 167-178. Previously unpublished interview with Allan Kaprow and George Segal.
- Sidney Simon
'Allan Kaprow and Robert Watts interviewed by Sidney Simon', in Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, e.a., Experiments in the Everyday. Allan Kaprow and Robert Watts - Events, Objects, Documents (Wallach Art Gallery : New York 2000) 69-84.
- Robert Smithson
'What is a Museum? Dialogue with Robert Smithson', in Museum World no. 9 (1967). Reprinted in Jack Flam (ed.), The Writings of Robert Smithson (New York University Press : New York 1979) 43-51.
- 'A funny thing formed on the way to the Happening. A conversation with Allan Kaprow', in Border Crossings 17, no. 2 (May 1998) 34-37.
- Allan Kaprow [sound recording], February 18, 1994 at the Edward John Noble Education Center, MoMA. 1 sound cassette. Forms part of Museum of Modern Art Archives; sound recordings. Series: Conversations with contemporary artists.
- John Held Jr.
'An Interview with Allan Kaprow', videotaped at the Dallas Public Library Cable Access Studio in 1988 while Kaprow was attending 'Proceedings', a sympiosium in his honor held at the University of Texas at Arligngton. It was subsequently broadcast on Dallas Cable Access TV.
- Moira Roth
Allan Kaprow interview, 1981 February 5-18. 4 sound cassettes (69 p. transcript). This interview is part of the Archives of American Art Oral History Program, started in 1958 to document the history of the visual arts in the United States.
- Kaprow speaks of his family background and the early development of his interest in art; his education at New York University; meeting Meyer Schapiro; his friendship with George Segal; the development of his personal style and of his performance art; his teaching career; his views on education; his personal philosophies. He recalls John Cage.
- Dorothy Seckler
Allan Kaprow interview, 1968 September 10. Sound recordings: 1 sound tape reel (2 hours 30 min.); transcript: 37 p. This interview is part of the Archives of American Art Oral History Program, started in 1958 to document the history of the visual arts in the United States.