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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

Scope and Content of Collection

Visual and written documentation of Minimal and Conceptual art, including miscellaneous correspondence and artists' statements, photographs and drawings relating to gallery installations, sculptural pieces, conceptual pieces, land art and performances. Highlights are: artists' correspondence to German critic and editor Werner Lippert and Milanese gallery owner Franco Toselli, and materials collected regarding the exhibition "Prospect 69" (Düsseldorf, 1969), which includes letters from artists and gallery owners to Konrad Fischer and some Fluxus printed ephemera. The collection also contains miscellaneous drawings, typescripts and photographs of Minimal and Conceptual works, and performances.

Arrangement note

The collection is organized into five series:
Series I. Letters to Werner Lippert, 1972-1977;
Series II. Letters to Franco Toselli (Galleria Toselli), 1917-1989;
Series III. "Prospect 69" 1968-1978;
Series IV. Miscellaneous Drawings and Typescripts, 1975;
Series V. Miscellaneous Photographs, 1969-1981




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