State Library of Victoria
Unpublished manuscript features interviews and biographical sketches of prominant Australian artists from 1840 to 1980's, as well as slides and photographs of their studios, artworks and portraits of the artists themselves
Yale University - Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The collection consists of the photographic archive and related papers of Inge Morath that chiefly documents her work as a photographer chiefly with Magnum Photos from the early 1950s through her death. Photographic material in the collection includes contact sheets, color slides, and photographic prints.
Brooklyn Museum
The Ovington Brothers had a building at 246 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., where they sold china and glass. The upper levels of the building housed artists' studios. File contains a list of artists who had Ovington Building studios with dates of residency
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
The bulk of the collection contains Mary Swift's photographs of artists and art events in Washington, D.C. Also included are approximately 130 cassette tapes of interviews with artists conducted by Swift and two VHS tapes of art events in Washington, D.C.
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
The records of the Torpedo Factory Art Center measure 4.7 linear feet and date from 1974-1996. The collection documents the history, operations, and activities of one of the largest and longest-running artist collaboratives in the United States and includes organizational records, correspondence, business and financial records, lists and directories, reports, event files, printed material, and photographs.
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
A scrapbook titled "Involvements" documenting activities of Common Ground of the Arts and the involvement of its members during 1978 in the Detroit Council on the Arts; the organizing of the 42nd annual Conference of the Mid-America College Art Association (MACAA), held in Detroit October 25-28, 1978; the Michigan Association of Printmakers; the Artists Guild of Detroit; Detroit-Area Printmakers; studio tours of Common Ground's artists' studios held for graduate students at Wayne State University and members of the Archives of American Art; Common Ground's sponsorship of a Visual Artists Forum at Wayne State University; and the non-profit gallery Detroit Focus. Included are photographs, clippings; publications; and typed introductions for each category of involvement
Getty Research Institute
The collection of over 140 photographic prints and 1200 negatives represents a portion of Harry Drinkwater's professional and personal output and documents Los Angeles's mid-century design movement as well as its wider artistic and social circles. The Venice-based photographer's work captures the changing cultural landscapes of Venice and Los Angeles in the mid- to-late-twentieth century: the opening of architect Paul Williams's Golden State Mutual Insurance Company building in 1949, the first African American-owned insurance firm in the city: the performances of dancers Thelma Oliver and Ruth Saturensky: the artwork of Camille Billops, Robert Boggs and Dewain Valentine; and the revitalization of Venice Beach. African American architects, designers and artists and their works feature prominently in the collection
Minnesota Historical Society
Records of a Saint Paul-based non-profit corporation that, working in partnership with the City and the private sector, developed and worked to bring to fruition a development strategy for Lowertown, a run-down 18-block historic warehouse district located at the eastern end of downtown Saint Paul, with the goal of preserving and renovating historic structures, ensuring that new construction was compatible with existing historic buildings, attracting new business ventures and investment, and creating housing and entertainment venues in the area.
Getty Research Institute
Papers of the American art critic Irving Sandler, including five decades of notes, transcripts and audiotapes of interviews with artists and art professionals, materials documenting art organizations and associations, and correspondence regarding publications, lectures, and academic appointments.
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Personal and professional correspondence, 1977-1996; diaries; sketchbooks; scrapbooks; hand-made artists' books containing poems and photographs of Cecchetti's paintings; printed material; and photographs, contact sheets, and slides of Cecchetti's work. Also found are 0.3 feet of research files and related material for an exhibition curated by Cecchetti, "Eclectic Selections: Art in Paterson at the End of the Twentieth Century," featuring 35 contemporary artists (including Cecchetti) working in the Paterson, N.J. area, on view at the Paterson Art Museum from June through September 1999. Included are the published catalog, catalog mss. drafts, press releases, photographs, reviews, and a scrapbook containing notes on each artist, photographs of the artist and his or her work, artists' statements, biographies and résumés, and Cecchetti's detailed commentaries on her visits to the artists' studios