Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Biographical information, correspondence, writings, works of art, printed material, photographs and audio and video material regarding Colp -- Included is documentation on three works of art by Colp: "24 Small Scale Art Thefts," 1974; "1975 Mystery Museum Contest;" and "A Documentative Investigation: lead," 1976; exhibition files, files pertaining to Colp's donations to museums and other organizations, subject files; mail art from Clayton Bailey, Don Celender, Tony Delap, Ray Johnson, Sig Rennels, and Ernest Trova; three VHS video recordings, "The Impractical Practical, The White Plains Library" (1984), "The Commuter's Lament or A Close Shave" (1992, WNBCTV), and "Subway Q&A" (2003). Also included are two audio cassettes of WNYC radio interviews with Colp, 1982 and 1984
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Materials relating to Friedman's career, his art and his involvement in Fluxus and Fluxus West, including correspondence; exhibition announcements; bulletins; newsletters; clippings; card files of names and addresses; postcards; catalogs; press releases; journals; notes; comic strips; printed materials; material for "Annotated Bibliography on Zen Buddhism"; a cassette tape; manuscripts; writings about art projects; Fluxus mailing lists; examples of correspondence art, stamp art, and newspaper collages; receipts; photographs and slides; brochures; and artifacts
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Photocopies of school records from 1945; an award certificate, 1970; a resume, 1972; a contract with Art/Video Productions for co-partnership with Gerald L. Rosen and Andy Eason to produce interview videos; clippings, 1969-1975; 2 diaries, 1974 and 1975; correspondence with friends and associates, 1963-1985; 2 typescripts by White: "R. M. Shindler - An Architectural Analysis and Interpretation" and "Performance Chronology"; 14 notebooks, undated and 1965-1976; notes written as a student at the Patri School of Art Fundamentals, 1962-1965, and at the Otis Art Institute, 1964-1969; miscellaneous notes, 1949-1975; and -- subject files for 25 performance/installation works of art including "Dirt Event, Bronson Canyon", "Boulder Delivery", "Time and Space", and "Art Walk", 1968-1978, containing letters, notes, drawings, and printed material
University of Iowa
CAYC related materials were donated to the University of Iowa by Ken Friedman. CAYC related materials consist of one copy of each of the posters included in the 1972 circulating exhibition and the linear foot of catalogues, documentation, books and pamphlets, dating from 1970 to1980. This is an Alternative Traditions in Contemporary Art collection
Getty Research Institute
An archive of letters received and original contributions relating to "Publication," an exhibition at Nigel Greenwood, London (1970 Nov. 23 - Dec. 6) which consisted of multiple copies of David Lamelas's booklet of the same name. The conceptual artists represented in the exhibit included Keith Arnatt, Robert Barry, Stanley Brown, Daniel Buren, Victor Burgin, Michel Claura, Gilbert & George, Otto Hahn, Lucy Lippard, Martin Maloney, Lawrence Weiner, and Ian Wilson. Also in the collection are unpublished contributions by Marcel Broodthaers with a drawing, letters from Hanne Darboven and Seth Siegelaub, who did not participate, a letter from gallery owner Francoise Lambert of Milan, and a signed numbered copy of "Publication.".
Getty Research Institute
The collection documents Robert Watts's development as an artist and art professor, with ample evidence of his relationship with Fluxus colleagues, dealers and friends. It presents Watts's Iowa family background with photographs, correspondence, family geneolgies, health histories, legal and financial papers, and clippings dating back to the 1880s; together with report cards and yearbooks, these offer a relatively clear picture of the artist's midwestern roots. Academic files convey Watts's career with nearly annual grant applications and project proposals. Professional Correspondence is mainly between Watts and his dealers, including Francesco Conz and Rolfe Ricke, along with certain curators and collectors, such as Jean Brown and Gilbert Silverman. Personal correspondence is relatively scant
Getty Research Institute
The archive is largely comprised of McElroy's photographs documenting happenings, performances, and exhibitions by New York artists from the late-1950s to the mid-1960s. Included are vintage black-and-white prints, negatives, and contact sheets, as well as a smaller group of color prints and slides. It also contains a number of prints created by Pace Gallery in 2012. A significant portion of the collection features photographs of works by Jim Dine, Allan Kaprow, Claes Oldenburg, and Robert Whitman. Also present are correspondence, clippings, and exhibition ephemera
Getty Research Institute
Interviews were conducted by Glenn Phillips and Carole Ann Klonarides of the Getty Research Institute in 2007 in association with the 2008 California Video exhibition at the J. Paul Getty Museum. The interviews explore video art in California, offering perspectives on the topic from various practicing artists
University of California, Berkeley
The collection consists of gallery records regarding the representation and promotion of artist Bruce Conner. Organized chronologically, the collection includes gallery records, including correspondence, announcements, inventories and invoices. Also included are articles, reviews, interviews, resumes, bibliographies and reproductions of Conner's artworks
University of California, Berkeley
The Bruce Conner papers form a voluminous, comprehensive overview of Conner's life as a visual artist and filmmaker spanning the length of his celebrated career. The papers include correspondence with individuals, galleries and museums, announcements, programs, articles, reviews, interviews, lectures, awards and grants, contracts, invoices, legal files, chronological files, and other sundry documentation all in great detail

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