Now available online at the Archives of American Art

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Type: 
Online Digital Resources
Location: 
New York, United States
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Archival Science, Oral History

Now available online at the Archives of American Art- Smithsonian Institution, January 2018.

 

Finding aids:

 

Challis Galleries records, 1950-1994

Challis Galleries (1950-1984) was an art gallery in Laguna Beach, California, that featured the work of local and regional artists.

 

Thomas Downing papers, circa 1946-1995

Thomas Downing (1928-1985) was a painter based in Washington, D.C. and Provincetown, Massachusetts who was associated with the Washington Color School.

 

Doug Edge papers, circa 1951-2017

Doug Edge (1942- ) is a conceptual sculptor, painter, and photographer in Los Angeles, California. Edge was a member of the acrylic resin sculpture movement in the late 1960s.

 

Jancar Gallery records, 1972-2015

The Jancar Gallery (2006-2016) was a contemporary art gallery in Los Angeles, California owned and operated by Tom Jancar.

 

John Brantley Wilder papers, 1937-circa 1979

John Brantley Wilder (1909?-1990) was a painter, journalist, and civil rights activist in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Worked for the Federal Art Project of the WPA.

 

Womanspace Gallery records, 1970-1974

Womanspace Gallery (established January 1973; closed June 1974) was a cooperative art gallery dedicated to showing and promoting work by female artists in Los Angeles, California.

 

 

Oral history interview transcripts with:

 

Vincent Hartgen (1981)

 

Tom Jancar (2017)

 

Robert Motherwell (1971)

 

Catherine Murphy (2017)

 

Peter Pollack (1964)

 

Perry Townsend Rathbone (1975)

 

Allan Sekula (2011)

 

Alexander Stoller (1976)

 

Henry Strater (1971)

 

Jeanne L. Wasserman (1993-1994)

 

Martha Wilson (2017)

 

 

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