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Minimal and Conceptual Art Documents, 1969-1989

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Finding aid for the Minimal and Conceptual Art Documents, 1969-1989
Series III. "Prospect 69" 1968-1978 2.0 folder(s)
Series contains letters to Konrad Fischer, one of the organizers of the "Prospect 69" exhibition ("Internationale Vorschau auf die Kunst in den Galerien der Avantgarde," Herausgeber Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, 1969), from artists and gallery owners, primarily regarding catalog production. Other materials includes photographs, drawings, checklists and artist biographies, and a separate folder of Fluxus printed ephemera, 1968-1978.
Box Folder
2 1-2 Letters, papers, drawings, photographs, 1968-1978
Letters, photographs, drawings, checklists, biographies, other papers, relating to "Prospect 69" ("Internationale Vorschau auf die Kunst in den Galerien der Avantgarde," Herausgeber Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, 1969. Konzeption und Organisation: Konrad Fischer, Düsseldorf und Hans Strelow, New York). Correspondence is mainly from artists and gallery owners to Fischer and Strelow regarding the catalogue production, including Daniel Buren, Douglas Christmas, Nigel Greenwood, Gian Enzo Sperone, M.J. Martínez Seiquer, Marilyn Fischbach, Yvon Lambert and Ileana Sonnabend. Other material includes typescripted interviews with Douglas Huebler, Robert Barry, Joseph Kosuth and Lawrence Weiner. Folders also contain printed Fluxus ephemera, such as issues one and two of Le Petit Colosse de Simi, the Nothing Else Review. See oversize Box 3, folders 1-3 for more photographs, project and installation drawings and Fluxus ephemera (ca. 1965-79), such as 14 Daniel Spoerri "Eat Art" posters, 1970-1973, 5 pieces of felt "stationary" signed by Joseph Beuys and Jürg, and a "John Cage a Geneve" poster, 1978.


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