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Getty Research Institute collection of materials relating to Robert Heinecken's...wore khakis project, 1994-2000

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Heinecken (Robert) materials, Getty Research Institute collection
Series IV. Nazraeli Press records related to Robert Heinecken's ...wore khakis (Accession number 2017.M.33), 1994-2000 1 Linear Feet (1 box)
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The Nazraeli Press records related to Robert Heinecken's project using the GAP's 1990s khaki pants advertising campaign comprises a binder containing detailed correspondence between publisher Chris Pichler and Robert Heinecken; original materials relating to the various components of the project; documentation of the project; and related ephemera. Correspondence spans from the inception of the project in 1995 through the final limited edition printing in 2000. Also included is legal correspondence related to the GAP's objection to Heinecken's use of their advertising campaign.
Original and production materials include 18 photocopied pages of cutouts and the front cover for Heinecken's revised magazine GAP/NY Headaches(1994-1999); a cutout template for Steve McQueen's torso; Heinecken's handwritten list of altered names, layouts and other notes for, ...wore khakis (2000); and two copies each of David Pagel's essay "The Gaps in the Ads: Robert Heinecken's Sabotaged GAP Ads" and Heinecken's bibliography, both of which were included in ...wore khakis; and the photograph of Heinecken in his khaki Marine fight pilot jumpsuit that is the final image in the book.
Documentation includes 40 page-by-page slides of GAP/NY Headaches and 34 color Polaroid page-by-page photographs of Heinecken's prototype for ...wore khakis.
Arrangement
In original order. Materials were rehoused in an archival binder and loose materials such as the Polaroid photographs were added at the end of the binder.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Chris Pilcher and Maya Ishiwata.
Preferred Citation
Nazraeli press records related to Robert Heinecken's ...wore khakis, 1994-2000, The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, Accession no. 2017.M.33.
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2017.M.33.bx1 Nazraeli Press records related to Robert Heinecken's ...wore khakis


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