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Greenberg (Clement) Papers
Series III. Manuscripts, 1928-1993 4 Linear Feet 9 boxes
Series III consists of essays, lectures and talk notes. The manuscripts are organized in chronological order, and demonstrate the evolution of Greenberg's ideas from left-wing avant-gardism to formalist avant-gardism, to anti-avant-gardism. They begin with Greenberg's college papers, his early poetry and fiction, and his drawings, which often decorate the pages of his creative writing. There are handwritten notes and drafts of early Partisan Review articles, including the letter to Dwight MacDonald that with MacDonald's encouragement evolved into "Avant-garde and Kitsch." There are also various drafts of "Towards a Newer Laocoon," and "Bertolt Brecht's Poetry." There are a number of pieces written during this period which were not published. There are notes and drafts of seminars, including the Princeton Gauss Seminars (1958-1959), and the Bennington Seminars (1971) that Greenberg revised throughout the seventies; these are also present in published form. There are notes and drafts of the many lectures and talks Greenberg gave beginning in the 1960s and continuing through the 1980s, some of which served as the basis for articles, including the prescient "Avant-garde Attitudes" (1968-1970).
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23 1-11 Early writings: poetry and fiction, ca. 1928-1940s
23 1 late 1920s
69 pp. poetry in 1 notebook, 2 bluebooks, 2 loose pp.; 3 college papers on The Dionysian Cult, Neo-Platonism, and Byron's letters, 30 pp. total. Drawings.
23 2 late 1920s-1930s
27 pp. poetry. Poems about love, death, nature, sin, etc., translations of Eluard poems. Drawings.
23 3 late 1920s-1930s
31 pp. poetry. College poems, poems about the West and California, poems in Portuguese, translations of Stefan George. Drawings throughout.
23 4 late 1920s-1930s
64 pp. poetry. College poems, poems about his wife (Toady) and son, 3 versions of "The Progress of Poetry." Drawings throughout.
23 5 late 1920s-1930s
22 pp. poetry. Poems about the West and California.
23 6 late 1920s-1930s
31 pp. poetry. Translations and poems in foreign languages, by Stefan George, Camões, Rilke, Eluard, and others.
23 7 1930s
73 pp. poetry. Poems about love, lust, the seasons, George Washington, youth and age, etc. Drawings.
23 8 1930s-1940s
41 pp. poetry. "Ode to Trotsky," "Homage to Picasso," poem about natives, Eluard translations.
23 9 1940s
40 pp. poetry. Poems about Hitler, nature, bachelorhood, the gods, etc.
23 10 1930s
80 pp. (2 sides) of unfinished novel featuring a character named "Sweet."
23 11 1930s?
66 pp. Drawings in either pencil or pen, generally of figures, with a few landscape or architectural drawings. An occasional poem on the reverse.
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24 1-15 Early writings, 1920s-1940s
Short stories, correspondence, early Partisan Review essays, 1920s-1940s. John O'Brian's notes on some pieces.
24 1 1920s-1930s
ca. 50 pp. short stories and story fragments.
24 2 1920s-1930s
ca. 60 pp. short stories and story fragments, including a travel essay/story about California and one play, 14 pp.
24 3 1930s
ca. 55 pp. stories and story drafts about Mexico and Pancho Villa.
24 4 1930s
ca. 55 pp. stories and story drafts about Mexico and Pancho Villa.
24 5 1930s?
35 pp. notes and drafts of essays about fiction and poetry, with a longer, more complete essay about rhetoric; 1 clipping; drawings.
24 6 1930s?
22 pp. typewritten corrected draft of essay on Brecht, apparently an early version of "Bertolt Brecht's Poetry" (pub. 1941); 2 typewritten pp., "Attention to Bert Brecht," 1932?; 18 handwritten and typewritten draft pp. on Brecht, n.d.
24 7 n.d.
8 handwritten pp. on Breton.
24 8 1939
8 typewritten, corrected pp., letter to Dwight MacDonald regarding MacDonald's article on Soviet Society and the Cinema. This letter, with MacDonald's encouragement, evolved into "Avant-garde and Kitsch."
24 9 1939
17 handwritten pp., notes for "Avant-garde and Kitsch," with a few unrelated pp. on war, Ralph Burton, etc.
24 10 1940s?
3 handwritten pp. on Kafka and the issue of time.
24 11 1940s?
3 handwritten pp., notes on the history of easel painting.
24 12 1940-1941
12 typewritten and handwritten pp. essay on "common sense" in world politics, with reference to Harold Laski's position.
24 13 n.d.
14 typewritten pp. essay, "The Last of the Fathers," on Thomas Mann's Joseph.
24 14 n.d.
3 typewritten pp., essay on Goethe, "Lass uns doch vielseitig sein"; 4 handwritten pp., draft of above.
24 15 1935-1950
25 handwritten and typewritten pp. Drawings and poems. Notes on Spengler, Picasso and Joyce, Surrealism, and other topics.
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25 1-7 Essays on art and aesthetics, 1940-1959
Some manuscripts have identifying notes by John O'Brian.
25 1 1940
91 corrected typewritten pp. 3 drafts of "Towards a Newer Laocoon."
25 2 1940
29 handwritten and typewritten pp. Notes and early drafts of "Towards a Newer Laocoon."
25 3 July-August 1940
Partisan Review, Vol. III, No. 4., with "Towards a Newer Laocoon."
25 4 1956?
96 handwritten and typewritten pp. Several drafts of an unpublished essay, "Why the Old Masters Have So Little To Say Directly To The Practice of Ambitious Contemporary Painting," parts of which appear in various published pieces, 1950s-1960s.
25 5 1958-1959?
30 handwritten and typewritten pp. Two drafts of an unpublished essay, "The Newness of Color."
25 6 1958-1959
ca. 60 handwritten and typewritten pp. First three Gauss seminars given at Princeton on The Origins of Modernism, unpublished. Seminar One: "Beginnings of Modernism;" Seminar Two: "Impressionism;" Seminar Three: "The Sculptural Norm."
25 7 1958-1959
ca. 80 handwritten and typewritten pp. Second three Gauss seminars given at Princeton on The Origins of Modernism, unpublished. Seminar Four: "Color;" Seminar Five: "Fauvism;" Seminar Six: "Cubism and Beyond."
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26 1-18 Essays and lectures, 1949-1960s
26 1 n.d.
12 typewritten pp. "The Decline of Art," unpublished essay.
26 2 n.d.
27 typewritten pp. "The Agony of Painting," unpublished essay.
26 3 n.d.
39 handwritten and typewritten pp. Notes and drafts of various unpublished short pieces, including "Art Criticism and American Art," "The Old Masters Revisited," pieces on nationalism, homosexuality, modernism, etc. 2 clippings.
26 4 1949
4 typewritten pp., responding to the Ezra Pound Award announcement, pub. in Partisan Review?
26 5 1950
11 corrected typewritten pp. "Paul Klee," final draft, published in Five Essays on Klee (Merle Armitage).
26 6 1953
5 typewritten pp. "American Art," essay about abstract expressionism for People's Encyclopedia.
26 7 1953
150 typewritten and handwritten pp. 3+ drafts of "The Plight of Our Culture" pub. in Commentary.
26 8 1955
11 typewritten pp. ms. of "American-Type Painting," including 2 extra first pages, with letter and handwritten bibliography.
26 9 1958
12 typewritten pp., 2 copies of "Collage," 1 with Greenberg's corrections.
26 10 1959
8 corrected typewritten pp. "Hans Hofmann," draft of 1959 essay for Art News; 2 typewritten pp. "Hofmann's Early Abstract Paintings," 1959 essay for Kootz show catalog; 8 handwritten pp. Lists of Hofmann paintings compiled by Greenberg, Jenny Greenberg, and Ms. Hofmann in preparation for Hofmann book and exhibitions curated by Greenberg; 53 typewritten pp. transcript of six lectures given by Hans Hofmann, 1938-1939; 1 p. clipping. Biography of Hans Hofmann from Current Biography.
26 11 1960
27 handwritten and typewritten pp., 3 drafts of ms. "The Abstract Movement" pub. as "Modernist Painting."
26 12 n.d.
14 typewritten pp. "American Art in the Twentieth Century," unpublished essay.
26 13 n.d.
34 typewritten pp., 7 unpublished lectures or lecture notes on the following topics: Aesthetics in Art Criticism, The Present State of NY Painting, History of Bohemia, Crisis of Independence, Arnold Friedman, Abstract Expressionism, Aesthetic Considerations in Politics.
26 14 n.d.
14 corrected typewritten pp., 3 unpublished mss. on the following topics: "Manet," "Leger," "Cezanne, Seurat, Van Gogh, Gauguin."
26 15 n.d.
3 corrected typewritten pp. Unpublished essay concerning Herbert Read's distinctions between visual artists and poets.
26 16 1950s-1960s
12 pp. Drawings, card, clipping, watercolor.
26 17 May-June 1950
issue of Partisan Review containing 3 pp. piece by Greenberg on Intellectuals and Religion.
26 18 n.d.
2 small notebooks containing lists of books reviewed and to be reviewed; list of galleries.
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27 1-26 Essays, lectures, etc., 1961-1990
27 1 1961
14 typewritten pp. and 1 clipping. Correspondence between Greenberg, Lloyd Goodrich and Robert Goldwater concerning the International Association of Art Critics' censure of John Canaday of The New York Times.
27 2 1963
4 typewritten pp. Correspondence with editor of Country Beautiful, who requested description of Greenberg's favorite scenic view, which Greenberg supplied. Unpublished.
27 3 1963
6 typewritten pp. Ford Foundation Fellowship Application for series of essays on the Old Masters; 1 p. fellowship announcement.
27 4 1965
7 corrected typewritten and handwritten pp. "Anthony Caro's Sculpture in Steel," pub. in Arts Yearbook and Studio International.
27 5 1966
5 typewritten pp. "Matisse in 1966," essay published in Boston Museum Bulletin; 9 typewritten and handwritten pp. early draft.
27 6 1967
20 typewritten pp., photocopied. "Recentness of Sculpture," 2 versions, one published in Art International, the other, heavily corrected, unpublished.
27 7 1968-1970
32 typewritten pp. "Avant-garde Attitudes: New Art in the Sixties," 2 drafts of lecture delivered at University of Sydney, later published in Art International.
27 8 1962-1979
35 typewritten pp. 2 essays, French translations of "After Abstract Expressionism" and "Post-Painterly Abstraction;" correspondence with Robert Lapoussière (3 letters); photocopy of "La réflexion sur l'art," by Bernard Teyssèdre; letter in French from unidentified correspondent, n.d.
27 9 1960s-1990s
16 typewritten pp. and clippings. File of various short statements and memorials published in periodicals, including one for Partisan Review's 50th anniversary, 1984.
27 10 1974
2 typewritten pp. List of artists that Greenberg would include in proposed 1974 Paris exhibition of American artists.
27 11 1976
4 typewritten pp. List of books about art history that Greenberg commented on briefly during a videotaped discussion of the Mid NY Library's books. Comments included.
27 12 1977
6 typewritten pp. "Peinture Surrealiste," French translation of Greenberg article from The Nation (1944); 6 pp. correspondence regarding above article.
27 13 1973-1990
28 typewritten pp. and clippings. File of Greenberg's letters to the editors of various periodicals, generally defending himself. Includes exchange with Robert Hughes.
27 14 1970s
5 pp. sketches by Greenberg; signed menu from Buenos Aires restaurant.
27 15 1970s-1990s
8 corrected typewritten pp., "Photography as Art," talk given at Metropolitan Museum, 1972; 16 corrected typewritten pp., "Photo Realism," essay, n.d; 21 typewritten pp., fragmentary drafts; 2 handwritten pp., notes on photography; 11 pp. MOMA press releases regarding photography; 10 clippings, articles about photography by Sontag, Gombrich, et al.
27 16 1970s?
6 typewritten and handwritten pp. Outline for television program explaining modernist painting as a logical development of Western art.
27 17 1951-1979
9 typewritten pp. File of Curriculum Vitae; 1 clipping, a brief biography of Greenberg from 20th Century Authors.
27 18 1980?
33 typewritten pp. 3 drafts of "Art Criticism as Criticism of Art," with corrections and revisions.
27 19 1980-1981
6 typewritten pp., photocopied, "Intermedia," essay based on talk given in Buenos Aires, 1980.
27 20 1982
3 printed pp. "Decadence," essay in galleys for Arts, corrections by Greenberg.
27 21 1982
3 handwritten and 2 typewritten pp. "Hasegawa Tohaku," 2 drafts of essay; 15 pp. clippings and notes on the subject.
27 22 1983
6 typewritten pp., "Sotatsu, His Sumiyoshi Screen," article published in Vanity Fair; 2 clippings of article, 1 corrected by Greenberg.
27 23 1984
5 typewritten and 8 handwritten pp. "Taste, Demoralization of," essay published in New York Times, with 2 photocopies of typewritten version.
27 24 1985
13 typewritten pp. Correspondence, essay and list of paintings for "Six From Syracuse" show at Skidmore, curated by Greenberg.
27 25 1986
2 typewritten pp. Essay for the Symposium on New York, published in New Criterion; clipping of article; letter to editor.
27 26 n.d.
19 typewritten pp. "Detached Observations," article published in Arts; 5 pp. corrected galleys.
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28 1-9 The Bennington Seminars, 1971-1974
The Seminars, given by Greenberg in 1971, and revised for publication throughout 1970s, constitute his most elaborate statement about taste and connoisseurship. He intended to publish them in book form with an additional two chapters, never written.
28 1 1971
52 pp. notes and drafts of Seminar One; 2 reference clippings; 42 pp. transcript of question/answer period.
28 2 1971?
48 typewritten pp. 3 drafts of revised version of Seminar One; 4 pp. galley of published article version.
28 3 1971
75 typewritten pp. Several drafts of Seminar Two; 41 pp. transcript of question/answer period.
28 4 1974
54 typewritten pp. 2 drafts of Seminar Two, revised for publication.
28 5 1971
33 typewritten pp. 2+ drafts of Seminar Three; 35 pp. transcript of question/answer period.
28 6 1971
12 handwritten and typewritten pp. Notes and drafts of Seminar Four; 32 typewritten pp. 3 copies of Seminar Four, revised for publication; 3 clippings; 37 pp. transcript of question/answer period.
28 7 1971
18 handwritten and typewritten pp. Drafts of Seminar Five; 1 clippings; 25 pp. transcript of question/answer period.
28 8 1971
56 handwritten and typewritten pp. Drafts of Seminar Six; 38 pp. transcript of question/answer period.
28 9 1971
19 typewritten pp. Seminar Six; 5 pp. galley of Seminar Six.
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29 1-8 Bennington Seminars, 1968-1979
29 1 1971
38 handwritten and typewritten pp. Drafts of Seminar Seven; 3 pp. galley of Seminar Seven; 40 pp. transcript of question/answer period.
29 2 1971
14 typewritten pp. Notes and drafts of Seminar Eight; 4 pp. galley of Seminar Eight; 3 clippings; 35 pp. transcript of question/answer period.
29 3 1971
9 typewritten pp. 2 drafts of Seminar Nine; 2 clippings; 27 pp. transcript of Seminar Nine.
29 4 1971
ca. 50 handwritten and typewritten pp. Drafts of Seminar Ten (and Nine); 1 clipping.
29 5 1973-1979
8 clippings and photocopies of clippings of published Seminars.
29 6 1969
Photo and negative of drawing by Greenberg used in article made from Seminar.
29 7 1968 -?
16 pp. handwritten pp; 6 clippings.
29 8 n.d.
clipping, Susan Unger, "Clement Greenberg's Bennington Seminars."
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30 1-33 Lectures, 1961-1979, n.d.
Heavily corrected, unpublished.
30 1 n.d.
37 handwritten and typewritten pp., 2 versions of the same talk with different titles, "How Art is Acquired" and "Contemporary Collecting." Chicago?
30 2 n.d.
24 typewritten pp. "Painting in a One-City Culture," Washington. 20 typewritten pp. "Art Outside Metropolises," Grinnell version of above lecture. 32 typewritten pp., preliminary drafts of above lecture.
30 3 n.d.
12 typewritten pp. "State of Art Right Now."
30 4 n.d.
16 typewritten pp. "Contemporary American Painting."
30 5 n.d.
6 typewritten pp. Commencement Talk on "the life of art," Chicago Institute of Art; 4 handwritten pp., rough draft.
30 6 n.d.
17 typewritten pp. "Beginnings of Painterly Abstraction," Dayton Art Institute.
30 7 n.d.
11 typewritten and handwritten pp. "Matisse," Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
30 8 n.d.
10 typewritten pp. "After Pop Art," Guggenheim.
30 9 n.d.
18 typewritten pp. "Banners," YMHA, Philadelphia.
30 10 1968 Mar 26
21 typewritten and handwritten pp. "Art in the Sixties," University of Wisconsin, Madison(?)
30 11 n.d.
7 typewritten pp. "Contemporary Art Situation."
30 12 n.d.
4 typewritten pp. "Pop Art."
30 13 1961
10 typewritten pp. 2 copies of "Post-Christian Technicalities," WFMT, Chicago.
30 14 n.d.
16 typewritten pp. on experiencing art, Wilmington, Ohio; 20 typewritten and handwritten pp., another version of above talk, Penn State; 4 pp. brochure on how to invest in the art market.
30 15 n.d.
6 handwritten and typewritten pp. on the current art scene, Brandeis.
30 16 1964
3 typewritten pp. on "formless" art, Preuves symposium; 7 typewritten pp. "The Crisis of Abstract Art," about Preuves symposium, published in Arts Yearbook, 1964.
30 17 n.d.
27 typewritten pp. "Revolution in Sculpture," New School.
30 18 n.d.
24 typewritten and handwritten pp. "How Contemporary Art Gets Evaluated."
30 19 n.d.
7 typewritten and handwritten pp. on Canadian art, Saskatchewan.
30 20 1965
5 typewritten pp. "Anthony Caro," in Spanish, Barcelona.
30 21 1973 Apr 12
5 typewritten pp. and 1 handwritten draft p. "Matisse and the Fauves," National Gallery.
30 22 1972
14 typewritten pp. and 9 handwritten draft pp., "Artistic Freedom: Uses and Abuses," Chicago; 17 typewritten pp. revised version of above talk, University of Washington.
30 23 n.d.
6 typewritten pp. on art history, Blacksburg.
30 24 1972 Apr 19
2 typewritten pp. "Criticism," notes for talk at Western Washington University.
30 25 1977
6 typewritten pp. and 9 handwritten draft pp. "Cezanne and Twentieth Century Art," Museum of Modern Art.
30 26 n.d.
4 handwritten pp. "Symposium Statement," London; 4 pp. and outline, "Art Today," London?
30 27 n.d.
8 typewritten pp. and 4 pp. handwritten notes. "NY Painting in the Fifties;" offprint of Millard article.
30 28 n.d.
8 typewritten pp. "NY School," Ft. Lauderdale.
30 29 1978
11 typewritten pp. and 3 pp. notes on elitism and culture, given at Salzburg Seminar in American Studies.
30 30 1979
15 printed bound pp. "The Notion of Post-Modern," Sir William Dobell Memorial Lecture, Sydney, Australia. Limited Edition no. 8, signed; 43 typewritten pp. 3 drafts of above lecture; 11 typewritten and handwritten pp. notes and drafts; 1 reference clipping.
30 31 n.d.
14 typewritten pp. 2 drafts of "The Importance of Good Faith."
30 32 n.d.
3 typewritten pp. "Drawing."
30 33 1972
11 typewritten pp. "The Place of Taste."
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31 1-47 Lectures and "talk-notes," 1980-1993
31 1 1980-1983
5 typewritten pp. "Decline of Taste," talk notes, School of Visual Arts, NYC, and West Michigan; 9 typewritten and handwritten pp. "Contemporary Taste," talk notes, West Michigan; 4 typewritten and handwritten pp. talk notes on the centralization of visual arts, Kalamazoo.
31 2 1980
7 handwritten and typewritten pp. "Autonomies of Art," talk notes, Virginia Polytechnic Institute; 4 copies of 9 typewritten pp. essay version of above talk; 2 pp. notes, 7 typewritten pp. transcript of lecture; spell checker analysis of the text; 2 clippings from German newspapers.
31 3 1980
9 typewritten and handwritten pp. "International vs. Regional," with 2 pp. transcript of talk, Dublin; 7 typewritten pp., "Modern Art Exhausted?" and 6 pp. German translation, Vienna; 14 typewritten pp., 2 versions of "To Cope With Decadence," Vancouver.
31 4 1981
5 typewritten and 8 handwritten pp. talk given at International Colloquium in Lausanne about relationship between American and European Art Scenes; various colloquim materials.
31 5 1981
3 typewritten pp. talk on Abstract Expressionism, Nassau County Museum.
31 6 1982
26 typewritten pp. 3 drafts of "David Smith," Metropolitan Museum; 7 typewritten pp. "David Smith," published Connaissance des Arts; 6 typewritten pp. 2 drafts of "David Smith," Hirshhorn Museum; 4 typewritten pp. "David Smith Tradition," Oklahoma City; 1 p. notes.
31 7 1982
52 handwritten and typewritten pp. multiple drafts and notes for "Beginnings of Modernism," talk given at conference on modernism, Claremont; 17 pp. conference correspondence and materials; 1 conference brochure; 7 clippings, including 1 review of conference and Greenberg.
31 8 1983
2 typewritten pp. talk notes on current art scene, Studio School.
31 9 1983
5 typewritten pp. "Fallacies regarding Abstract Expressionism," talk notes, Duke University; 15 typewritten pp. transcript of talk.
31 10 1983
11 typewritten pp. on taste, Western Michigan U.; 19 pp. question/answer period transcript and introduction.
31 11 1984
8 typewritten pp. 2 drafts "Life of Art," RISD commencement.
31 12 1979-1984
9 typewritten pp. 3 drafts of "Glass Art," Corning Glass Art Conference; 15 typewritten pp. 2 drafts of "Status of Clay," Syracuse; 18 typewritten pp. 2 copies of transcript of above talk.
31 13 1984
4 handwritten pp. "Collecting," talk notes, Edmonton.
31 14 1984
8 handwritten and typewritten pp. 2 drafts "Figurative Expressionism," San Francisco and Seattle.
31 15 1984
3 typewritten pp. "Trendiness," Wadsworth Atheneum.
31 16 1984
7 handwritten and typewritten pp. 2 drafts of "State of Contemporary Art," Carnegie Mellon.
31 17 1984
3 typewritten pp. talk notes on art criticism, Western Michigan U., on occasion of receiving honorary doctorate; program and investiture citation.
31 18 1984
2 typewritten pp. "Taste in Contemporary Art," talk notes, NYU.
31 19 1984
7 typewritten pp. "Abstract painting and Sculpture 1927-1944," Whitney Museum; 19 handwritten pp. transcript; note on Vasari, clipping.
31 20 1984
5 typewritten pp. talk notes on quality in the current art scene, Butler Institute of American Art.
31 21 1985
3 typewritten pp. talk notes on collecting, Utica.
31 22 1985
10 typewritten pp. talk notes on the function of the art critic, YMHA New York.
31 23 1985
2 typewritten pp. talk notes on evolution of modern art, Ohio U.
31 24 1985-1986
5 handwritten and typewritten pp. 2 sets of talk notes on relation of new art to the old, Studio School, NY.
31 25 1986
2 typewritten pp. talk notes about emphasis on contemporary art, Scripps College; symposium program.
31 26 1986
5 handwritten and typewritten pp. "Hans Hofmann," Berkeley.
31 27 1986
2 typewritten pp. talk notes on controversy in art, Canastota.
31 28 1986
13 handwritten and typewritten pp. notes and drafts of "Morris Louis," MOMA; 8 clippings on Louis and Greenberg.
31 29 1987
3 handwritten and typewritten pp. "Critic as Educator," Florida State U.
31 30 1987
4 handwritten and typewritten pp. "Friedl Dzubas," Nassau County Museum.
31 31 1987
2 typewritten pp. talk notes on museum collecting of contemporary art, Israel Museum for Contemporary Art.
31 32 1987
2 typewritten pp. talk notes on negative criticism, Aldrich Museum.
31 33 1987
4 typewritten and handwritten pp. "Grand Style in 20th Century British Art," for London Weekend TV; 5 typewritten pp. "The English Art," 36 handwritten and typewritten pp. on related material, unpublished.
31 34 1987
2 typewritten pp. talk notes on the current art scene, Lowe Museum, Florida.
31 35 1988
3 typewritten pp. talk notes on current art scene, Univ. of Ottowa and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
31 36 1989
4 handwritten and typewritten pp. talk notes on the 1960s art scene, Chapel Hill; 1 clipping.
31 37 1990
2 typewritten pp. "Hans Hofmann," Whitney Museum.
31 38 1991
2 typewritten pp. talk notes on art and theory, Canastota.
31 39 1991
4 handwritten and typewritten pp. on the young artist, Miami Univ.
31 40 1991
1 typewritten p. on the young artist, Visual Arts College?
31 41 1991-1992
2 typewritten pp. "What is an Art Scene?" Wayne State Univ. and Roger Smith Hotel.
31 42 1991
5 typewritten pp. on quality in the current art scene, Old Dominion?
31 43 1983, 1992
8 typewritten pp. 2 talks on the state of criticism, Syracuse and Hunter College.
31 44 1992
3 handwritten and typewritten pp. on high and low art, Dallas Museum.
31 45 1992
2 typewritten pp. "Craft Art and Criticism," New York Univ.
31 46 1992
1 typewritten p. on esthetic criteria, Thread Waxing Gallery.
31 47 1993
1 typewritten p. on contemporary art, Yale.


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