University of Cincinnati - Langsam Library
This collection traces the professional development of graphic designer Noel Martin from 1948-2008. Noel Martin, a Cincinnatian, worked with a number of institutions, most notably the Cincinnati Art Museum, and with a variety of mediums
Aldrich Public Library, Archives of Barre History
The papers reflect Lucioni's career as an artist and his longstanding love of opera. The bulk of the collection (approximately 2 linear feet) consists of correspondence, and is relatively evenly divided between art-related correspondence and correspondence from various opera singers, including Giovanni Martinelli, Gladys Swarthout, Cesare Valletti, and others. His art-related correspondence includes a several folders of letters from the Webb family of Shelburne, Vt. Lucioni's papers also include an extensive newsclipping collection related to his career, a manuscript catalog of his works, photographs, and audio tape recordings of various operas and other music
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Topics include the museum's print collection; Mary Cassatt; museum development; the National Collection of Fine Arts; and the Washington Gallery of Modern Art
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Manuscripts, correspondence, financial and legal documents, address books, and personal papers make up the Gertrude Stein Collection. The material was collected by Alice B. Toklas after Stein's death and includes a large amount of Toklas's incoming correspondence
University of Nevada, Reno - Mathewson IGT Knowledge Center
Included in this collection are correspondence, subject files, and materials on various projects
Senator John Heinz History Center
The records are arranged alphabetically by series title. They include exhibition catalogs, gallery announcements, minutes, news clipings, scrapbooks and information on the 75th anniversary. These records primarily give a glimpse into how this institution evolved since its inception in 1910
National Gallery of Canada
The box: from Duchamp to Horn (1995, Edition Ubu 1) -- Joseph Beuys: signed posters + multiples (1995, Edition Ubu 2) -- Exposition internationale du surrélisme, Galerie Beaux-Arts, Paris 1938: an homage (1995, Edition Ubu 3) -- Helmut Löhr: visual text photographs, collages, books & objects (1995, Edition Ubu 4) -- Hans Bellmer: photographs & drawings (1995, Edition Ubu 5) -- Yoko Ono: drawings from Franklin Summer and blood objects from Family Album (1995, Edition Ubu 6) -- George Maciunas: more than Fluxus. Graphic design, objects & ephemera (1996, Edition Ubu 8) -- Pierre Molinier: fetish performance photographs, collages, photomontages (1996, Edition Ubu 9) -- Gary Brotmeyer: "thanks for the fish!" (1997, Edition Ubu 11) -- Jindrich Styrsky: Emilie comes to me in a dream and eroticism in surrealist photography & collage: 1929-1948 (1997, Edition Ubu 12) -- One-line drawing (1997) -- Sol Lewitt: works of the 60s and 70s (1997, Edition Ubu 13) -- Glorious gardens -- Alfred ... Read More
Harvard University Art Museums Archives
This essay, "A Visual Dialogue: On the Art of the Soyer Brothers," outlines Soyer's thoughts on the art of brothers Moses, Raphael and Isaac Soyer. It incorporates comments made by friends and family members
Harvard University Art Museums Archives
These papers include a sample of Fogg Museum forms used in the 1970s and the script of a graduate student musical, "My Fair Fogg," performed at the Fogg Museum staff holiday party in 1972
Getty Research Institute
Harald Szeemann's papers document every step of his curatorial process, including preliminary notes, written descriptions and proposals for projects, installation sketches, exhibition documentation, research files, and extensive correspondence with colleagues, artists, and collaborators. Also included are approximately 750 videos (mostly VHS but also other formats), including video artworks, installation and performance documentation, and interviews with Szeemann. At this time, only Series I. Project files, Series II. Artist files, Series III. Curator and museum professional files, Series IV. Photographs, 1892-2007; Series VII. Gallery and museum ephemera, Series VIII. Personal files, and Series IX. Business files are available for research. The remainder of the archive is unprocessed. Each series will be opened for use as processing is completed


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