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Michael Corris papers of the Art & Language New York group, 1965-2002

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finding aid for the Michael Corris papers of the Art & Language New York group, 1965-2002
Series V. Individual artists, 1965-2002, undated 0.83 linear feet (2 boxes)
This series is comprised of work by key members of Art & Language New York including Michael Corris. Materials include correspondence, manuscripts, pamphlets and photographs.
Arrangement note
Work is arranged alphabetically by artist as devised by Michael Corris.
Box Folder
11 1-16 Atkinson, Terry, 1990-2002, undated
11 1 "Re-Writing and Re-Reading 'Tourism I and II,'" 1990
Pamphlet by British Columbia Contemporary Art Gallery.
11 2 Talk given to Henry Moore Foundation, 1991
11 3 Notes on various works, 1991
Includes letters to Judith Mastai.
11 4 Letter from Terry Atkinson to Michael Corris, 1991
Letter enclosure contains letter from Terry Atkinson to James Hall and a typescript.
11 5 Ruses, Mutes, Monochromes and Bombers, 1992
Galerie Patricia Asbaek exhibition catalog
11 6 Letter from Michael Corris to Terry Atkinson, 1992
Includes letter from Michael Corris to Terry Atkinson and letter from Sophia Ungers to Michael Corris.
11 7 Letter from Sophia Ungers to Michael Corris, 1992
11 8 "Terry Atkinson, Growing a Tongue," 1992
Press release by Gimpel Fils Ltd.
11 9 Notes on the Ruse works, 1992
11 10 Fragments of a Career: Terry Atkinson Selected Work 1966-1999, 2002
Exhibition catalog by Silkeborg Kunstmuseum.
11 11 Exhibition brochure, 1996
Exhibition at Norwich Gallery.
11 12 Letter from Terry Atkinson to Michael Corris, 1997
11 13 "This," 2001
11 14 "The Turner Prize: Ordering the Avant-Garde," 2001
11 51 Letter from Terry Atkinson to Michael Corris, 2002
11 16 "The Avant-Garde Model of the Artistic Subject - a Limit?" undated
11 17-24 Burn, Ian, 1981-1997
11 17 Art & Working Life, 1981
Pamphlet by ACTU.
11 18 Art & Text, 1981
Journal contains article by Ian Burn.
11 19 Letter from Ian Burn to Michael Corris, 1982
11 20 "ACTU National Conference: Art and Working Life," 1982
11 21 Art & Working Life. Cultural activities in the Australian trade union movement, 1983
11 22 Letter from Ian Burn to Michael Corris, 1984
11 23 Michael Baldwin and Mel Ramsden, "Ian Burn: Looking at Seeing and Reading," 1992
11 24 Paul Wood, "The Second Ian Burn Memorial Lecture," 1997
11 25 Burn, Ian and Mel Ramsden, 1968
Contains Six Negatives and Holding System.
11 26-34 Corris, Michael, 1991-2001
11 26-29 Texts on Art & Language and related materials, 1991-1997
11 26 "Review: Art & Language at Lisson Gallery," 1991
11 27 "When Worlds Collide: Postmodernism Writing in the Thirties in the Sixties and the Eighties," 1994
Annotated by Michael Baldwin and Mel Ramsden.
11 28 "After Modernism's Nervous Breakdown, What Do Artists Want?" 1997
Annotated by Michael Baldwin.
11 29 Letter from Mel Ramsden to Michael Corris, 1997
11 30-34 Materials related to Conceptual Art, 2001
Conceptual Art is a book edited by Michael Corris and published by Cambridge University Press in 2004.
11 30-31 "Art & Language, New York Discusses its Social Relations in 'The Lumpen Headache'"
By Christopher Gilbert. One copy is annotated by Michael Baldwin and Phillip Pilkington. A second copy is annotated by Mel Ramsden.
11 32-33 Letters from Mel Ramsden to Michael Corris
11 34 Letter from Michael Baldwin to Michael Corris
Box Folder
12 1-19 Kosuth, Joseph, 1965-1992, undated
12 1 Gregory Battock's notes on "Four Interviews," undated
12 2 Gregory Battock's notes on "Art After Philosophy I and II," undated
12 3 Five Five's, 1965
Photograph to Donald Judd, by Paulo Mussat Sartor.
12 4 One and Five (Clock), 1965
Photograph by Paulo Mussat Sartor.
12 5 One and Eight-a Description (White), 1965
12 6 One and Three Saws (English-Italian), 1965
Photograph by Paulo Mussat Sartor.
12 7 Clear-Square-Glass-Leaning, 1965
Photograph by Paulo Mussat Sartor.
12 8 The Museum of Normal Art, letterhead, 1967
12 9 The Second Investigations, 1968
From When Attitudes Become Form exhibition at Kunsthalle, Bern. Photograph by Jay Cantor.
12 10 The Seventh Investigation, 1970
From Software/Information Technology: Its New Meaning for Art, exhibition at the Jewish Museum, New York. Contains photographs of The Seventh Investigation and The Seventh Investigation, Proposition One, Part B. Photographs by Shunk-Kender.
12 11 Installation photograph, 1970
From the exhibition, Information, at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photograph by Peter Moore.
12 12 Informationsrum, 1970
Photograph by Peter Moore.
12 13 Photo Caption, undated
For the exhibition, Conceptual Art and Conceptual Aspects, at the New York Cultural Center.
12 14 The Seventh Investigation, Proposition One, Part A, 1970
From the exhibition Software/Information Technology: Its New Meaning for Art, at the Jewish Museum, New York. Photograph by Paulo Mussat Sartor.
12 15-17 Catalog statements, 1970-1971
Statements for: exhibition catalog for Information at the Museum of Modern Art, Software/Information Technology: Its New Meaning for Art at the Jewish Museum, and Context one from the 1969 Whitney Annual.
12 18 Unidentified work at the Leo Castello Gallery, undated
Photograph by Rudolph Burckhardt.
12 19 Six postcards, 1992
12 20-24 Venet, Bernar, 1970-1976
12 20 Theory of Sets, 1970
12 21 Exhibition at Museum Haus Lange installation photograph, 1970
Photograph by Bernar Venet.
12 22 Information Theory, 1970-1972
Contains photographs by Bernar Venet of Information Theory by Robert Ash and a press release from the New York Cultural Center.
12 23 Artist statement, 1972
12 24 Bernar Venet, 1976
Catalog for an exhibition at the La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art.


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