Visual Artists Coalition records
Correspondence; insurance records; and exhibition announcements, catalogs, and posters.
Sculpture Center records
Clay Club Gallery
Correspondence, writings, notes, business records, scrapbooks, catalogs, and printed material.
Oral history interview with Richard Stankiewicz
Baker, Richard Brown
An interview of Richard Stankiewicz conducted by Richard Brown Baker in 1963 for the Archives of American Art, regarding the Hansa Gallery.
Four Walls records
The records of artist-run collaborative exhibition and event space, Four Walls, measures 30.0 linear feet and dates from 1984-2000. The records document Four Walls activities such as artist conversations, panel discussions, exhibitions, screenings, and performances, and include photographic prints and slides, printed material and ephemera, notes and writings, correspondence, audio and video …
Soho 20 records
Soho 20 records measure 0.2 linear feet and date from 1972 to 1979. The collection includes exhibition ephemera, clippings, membership lists and mailers, two artists' files, a Soho 20 artist booklet, press releases, and scant photographic materials.
Prince Street Gallery records
The Prince Street Gallery records measure 2 linear feet and date from the 1970s to 2005. The records shed light on the gallery's operations through administrative records as well as exhibition and event files. Administrative records consist of gallery by-laws, meeting minutes and notes, consignment sheets, daily log books, scant financial records, New York State Council on the Arts grant application, tax exemption application along with letters of support from artists, the gallery newsletter, and visitor sign-in books. Exhibition and event files include announcements, press releases, and reviews from exhibitions; slides and photographs of art; artist resumes, release forms, and consignment sheets; and records from exhibitions shown at Prince Street, Bowery, and Blue Mountain Gallery, including the fundraising auction and gala held by the three galleries before their joint move in 2001.
Westerly Gallery records
The records of the Westerly Gallery measure 0.4 linear feet and date from 1962 to 1966. The records document the history of the gallery through artist statements and artist files on Jean-Denis Cruchet and James Norman; Statements of policy and memberships in the gallery; one general file on exhibitions; an exhibition preview binder outlining exhibitions taking place at the gallery during a calendar year; visitor logs; clippings and exhibition announcements and catalogs; and photographs of artwork.
Bowery Gallery records
The records of the Bowery Gallery, a non-profit, artist-run, cooperative gallery, measure 3.1 linear feet and 0.684 GB and date from 1969-2008. Business records, letters, exhibition files, guest registers, printed and digital material and photographs document the gallery's activities and artists.
A.I.R. Gallery records
The A.I.R. Gallery records measure 0.4 linear feet and date from 1972 to 1979. The collection sheds light on the early years of the cooperative through gallery by-laws, artist biographies and resumes, the gallery's original building lease, notes from administrative meetings, an A.I.R. Gallery poster, writings on the gallery, exhibition records, and printed material.