Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive
The collection consists of records documenting all aspects of Storefront’s exhibition process including conception and research, implementation, and outreach. Records include administrative files, artist profiles, ephemera, financial documents, promotional and press material, correspondence, photographic elements, project proposals, audiovisual media and video components.
University of California, San Diego
Correspondence, manuscripts, conceptual and mail art work, and ephemera documenting Ken Friedman's affiliation with Fluxus art movement spearheaded by George Maciunas. The collection includes examples of Friedman's Fluxus offset press, art work of other Fluxus artists, publications by Aktual, and examples of work by the Cleveland poet d.a. levy. Significant correspondents include George Brecht, John Cage, Dick Higgins, Ray Johnson, Milan Knizak, d.a. levy, George Maciunas, Jerry Rubin, and Paul Sharits. The collection is arranged in five series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) WRITINGS, 3) COLLABORATIONS, 4) FLUXUS, and 5) D.A. LEVY.
University of Central Florida Libraries - Special Collections and University Archives
The programs in this collection reflect events held by the UCF Music Department throughout the academic year, which include student recitals and guest artist performances
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Biographical material; correspondence, works of art, photographs of Battcock and works of art, financial records, artists files, printed material, date books, 1973-1977 and 1980; photographs; manuscripts of published and unpublished writings
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
The records of Holly Solomon Gallery, a New York City gallery specializing in contemporary American art, measure 196.7 linear feet and date from circa 1948-2003. The gallery's activities are documented through alphabetical files, dealer files, subject files, artists' files, inventories, sales and loan records, administrative and financial records, printed materials, photographic materials of artwork and exhibitions, sound, video, and film recordings, and scattered electronic records. Also found are records of the alternative space, 98 Greene Street Loft, as well as Holly Solomon's personal papers
Getty Research Institute
The Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) archive surveys E.A.T. as an organizer, facilitator and fund-raiser of collaborations between artists and engineers, dating from 1966-93 (bulk 1966-73). The material was generated and accumulated by Billy Klüver, President; Julie Martin, Klüver's assistant and second wife; and other E.A.T. staff members. The bulk of the collection consists of project files containing items such as correspondence, proposals and reports, which pertain to approximately 20 large-scale projects and numerous smaller ones
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
The Southland video anthology, part four, is the fourth of a five-part exhibition held at the Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art (LAICA) from May to July, 1977. Part four of the Anthology series features work that is primarily performance oriented, with the exceptions of works by Joel Hermann, Peter Kirby and Rabyn Blake. Some artists performed their own works, while others directed actors in scripted performances. This was the first part of the series to be exhibited outside the Long Beach Museum of Art galleries

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