Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence, writings, notes, forms, printed material, exhibition records, research material and photographs
Getty Research Institute
Among the Huelsenbeck papers are manuscripts by Huelsenbeck and Raoul Hausmann, correspondence to and from Huelsenbeck with some photographs, clippings and catalogues, and about 130 letters between other correspondents
Getty Research Institute
Though not comprehensive, the Arthur Petronio papers offer a wide-ranging view of the issues and ideas that motivated the artistic avant-garde of Belgium and France in the era between the two world wars. The archive captures the importance and nature of Petronio's broader influence on contemporary artists and writers, as much as it documents his contributions to Sound Poetry
Getty Research Institute
Papers and photographs collected in conjunction with the exhibition and publishing activities of Galerie Paul Maenz, Cologne, Germany, the bulk of which date from the opening of the gallery in 1970 to 1990, the year it closed -- The collection documents the gallery's extensive involvement with artists working in Conceptualism, the Trans-avantgarde, and German Neo-Expressionism. Paul Maenz corresponded with numerous artists, museum directors and other personnel, gallery owners collaborating with the Maenz gallery, private collectors throughout Europe and North America, and art critics
Getty Research Institute
This collection of 420 letters, with a few manuscripts and clippings details Hausmann's life in exile and chronicles his professional activities from 1945-1971, with most letters dating to the 1960s. Letters with artists, writers, dealers, critics and publishers contain detailed accounts of the original artists of Berlin Dada, including arguments over the interpretation and importance of various artists (including Hannah Hòˆch, John Heartfield) and works within the Dada movement. Hausmann refers frequently to his work in phonetic poetry and other of his "inventions." Letters also contain discussions of post-war art movements and political events
Getty Research Institute
An artificial collection of printed manifestoes, tracts, exhibition catalogs and posters created by members of Internationale situationniste (I.S.), including Enrico Baj, Asger Jorn and Guy Debord. The founding of this politically charged artistic and literary movement can be traced through the small amount of ephemera by the Internationale lettriste and Bauhaus imaginiste groups, both precursors to I.S.A number of documents by Spur, a German faction of I.S., record the internal tensions within I.S. which would eventually disintegrate the movement
New York University Libraries
SERIES I: APPEARANCES consists primarily of notebooks compiled by Witz over his years as publisher of the magazine. Included within the notebooks are poems, drawings, phone numbers, and other assorted items. Also included in the series are financial documents and artwork from the magazine, as well as notebooks from before the beginning of the magazine. SERIES II: CORRESPONDENCE consists of correspondence between Witz and others, both personal and professional.SERIES III: MISCELLANEOUS contains
New York University Libraries
The David Trinidad Papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, flyers, newspaper clippings, posters, photographs, scrapbooks, sound recordings, teaching materials, video recordings, and publications relating to Trinidads activities as a poet, editor and teacher covering a span of three decades from ca 1970 to ca 2000. The collection also includes poems dedicated to Trinidad by Elaine Equi, Dennis Cooper, and James Schuyler; works in which Trinidad appears by Tim Dlugos, Bob Flanagan, and others. Notable correspondents include Joe Brainard, Jeffery Conway, Dennis Cooper, Lynn Crosbie, Tim Dlugos, Amy Gerstler, Kevin Killian, Ann Stanford, Lynne Tillman, Susan Wheeler, and Bernard Welt
New York University Libraries
Ed Smith was a poet, active in the 1980's in the scene centered around the Beyond Baroque/Literary Arts Center in Los Angeles. His papers cover the period 1978-2005, when Smith lived in Los Angeles and New York City. The materials include, but are not limited to, journals, notebooks, correspondence, drafts, manuscripts, flyers, photographs, monographs and periodicals
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
This subseries documents "The Heroic Years: Paris 1908-1914" (October 21-December 8, 1965), an exhibition curated for the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston by former Director James Johnson Sweeney. Sweeney gathered together over 108 important paintings as well as numerous drawings, sculptures, artists' books, photographs, and documents which illustrate the development of early Modernism in Paris just before the outbreak of World War One. The exhibition files include Sweeney's hand- and type-written drafts for portions of the exhibition catalogue (subsequently never published); galley proofs of the catalogue checklist (incomplete) designed by the Sterlip Press, Inc. of New York; Mr. Sweeney's correspondence with lenders, including major museums, art galleries, and private collectors in Europe and the United States; lender lists and original loan forms; insurance and shipping documents; newsclippings; and press releases. Among the unusual material included in this exhibition was a series of ... Read More

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