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Thu Oct 16 17:50:54 2014 UTClccn-n500117470.00Interview of Betty M. Asher conducted by Thomas H. Garver for the Archives of American Art, June 30, and July 7, 19800.471.00African-American artists of Los Angeles Cecil Fergerson /109258087n 5001174747241Takman, Moris 1936-Tuchman, Mauriceטקמן, משהタックマン, モーリスnc-los angeles county museum of artLos Angeles County Museum of Artothedtlccn-n80090066Barron, Stephanie1950-othedtlccn-n50021650Soutine, Chaim1893-1943illhnrdtelccn-n78093971Blotkamp, Carelothlccn-n50034617Hockney, Davidilllccn-n86145922Freeman, Judiothedtviaf-163003134Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, Ill.)othlccn-n79004217Haags Gemeentemuseumothlccn-n80046785Tate Gallerylccn-n79129629Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)Tuchman, MauriceExhibition catalogsCatalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryBiographyHockney, DavidPainting, ModernPainting, AbstractPainting, AmericanSoutine, Chaim,PaintingNew York (State)--New YorkArt, ModernSculpture, AmericanSoviet UnionAvant-garde (Aesthetics)Arts, RussianArt and technologyNew York school of artArt and mental illnessArt brutArt, AmericanMasksCalifornia--Los AngelesLos Angeles County Museum of ArtExpressionism (Art)--InfluenceJewish artCaliforniaPrice, Kenneth,Ceramic sculptureUnited StatesAbstract expressionismBlankfort, Michael,Blankfort, DorothyPainting, FrenchArt, IsraeliExpressionism (Art)Gogh, Vincent van,Art, RussianOutsider artPobi︠e︡da nad solnt︠s︡em (Mati︠u︡shin, M. V.)PaintersKandinsky, Wassily,Spirituality in artTuchman, MauriceEnglandPainting, EnglishArts, ModernLos Angeles County Museum of Art.--Art and Technology ProgramAsher & FaureLewis, Samella SOutterbridge, John,ArtistsTurrell, JamesWomen art dealers1936196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919921993199419962001200220062009201020112012201411746214493759.0652074ND192.A25ocn000166545ocn000518688ocn310682015ocn495979899ocn300392441ocn310957495ocn263115389ocn264851765ocn612048217ocn313050336ocn075638519ocn469897728ocn464260149ocn722737938ocn472495406ocn462419053ocn462410919ocn782902131ocn438502297ocn464141729ocn185591233ocn185807479ocn452814522ocn464258891144624ocn013793368book19840.33The Spiritual in art : abstract painting 1890-1985Exhibition catalogsTraces the use of geometric signs by the Nabis and other French artists and relates this to the development of abstraction. The author describes some of the sources of ideas about the symbolism of geometric signs, in particular the writings of Helena P. Blavatsky, and traces the impact of these on the Nabis, possibly through the stimulus of Gauguin whose paintings from his Brittany period encouraged a mystical conception of art in which sacred geometry figured as one component. He goes on to discuss in detail the paintings of Paul Serusier, Paul Ranson, Maurice Denis, Charles Filiger, Jean Delville, Frantisek Kupka and Mondrian+-+7105574325137427ocn016868050book19870.30Hockney, DavidDavid Hockney : a retrospectiveExhibition catalogsThis volume celebrates more than a quarter-century of Hockney's work and forms a unique record of his hugely successful and astonishingly varied creative output from the late 1950's right up to the present112311ocn000166545book19670.39Tuchman, MauriceAmerican sculpture of the sixtiesExhibition catalogs103815ocn006305106book19800.50Barron, StephanieThe Avant-garde in Russia, 1910-1930 : new perspectives : Los Angeles County Museum of Art [and] Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.HistoryExhibition catalogsUdstilling Los Angeles County Museum of Art 8. juli - 28. september 1980 & Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C7308ocn000243793book19680.47Soutine, ChaimChaim Soutine, 1893-1943Catalog of an exhibition helf Feb. 20 to April 14, 1968, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art63514ocn000137354book19650.53Tuchman, MauriceNew York school, the first generation: paintings of the 1940s and 1950sExhibition catalogs61611ocn025871725book19920.47Tuchman, MauriceParallel visions : modern artists and outsider artExhibition catalogs5552ocn000518688book19650.53Los Angeles County Museum of ArtNew York school, the first generation: paintings of the 1940s and 1950sExhibition catalogsA catalogue of the exhibition ... July [i.e. June] 16 to August 1, 1965, Lytton Gallery ... organized with the cooperation of the Contemporary Art Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art5157ocn000163470book19710.53Los Angeles County Museum of ArtArt & technology; a report on the Art & Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1967-19713065ocn027813347book19930.47Campbell, Joseph KeimMasquerade : the mask as artCatalogsExhibition catalogs29610ocn007464536book19810.63Tuchman, MauriceArt in Los Angeles : seventeen artists in the sixties : [catalog of exhibition] : Los Angeles County Museum of ArtExhibition catalogs28320ocn030381367book19930.56Tuchman, MauriceChaim Soutine (1893-1943) : catalogue raisonné = WerkverzeichnisCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsRassemble toutes les oeuvres de Soutine (1894-1943), peintre français d'origine lituanienne, adepte d'un expressionnisme virulent+-+447163773826612ocn049333504book20010.77Tuchman, MauriceThe impact of Chaim Soutine (1893-1943) : De Kooning, Pollock, Dubuffet, BaconExhibition catalogs+-+085642022820910ocn000207422book19710.77Los Angeles County Museum of ArtA report on the Art and Technology Program of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1967-1971History1988ocn000293081book19650.31Tuchman, MauriceThe New York school: abstract expressionism in the 40s and 50s1932ocn003730027book19780.77Price, KennethKen Price : Happy's curios : Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 4 April-2 July 1978Exhibition catalogs1706ocn008115046book19820.77Tuchman, MauriceThe Michael and Dorothy Blankfort CollectionExhibition catalogs1704ocn001000037book19730.74Soutine, ChaimChaim Soutine, 1893-1943Exhibition catalogs1504ocn004135817book19780.82Seven artists in Israel, 1948-1978Exhibition catalogs1307ocn002700380book19640.86Tuchman, MauriceVan Gogh and expressionism : [commentary]Exhibition catalogs21ocn036836898book19961.00Fergerson, CecilAfrican-American artists of Los Angeles Cecil FergersonInterviewsThe interview begins with Fergerson's family background and childhood in Oklahoma and Los Angeles, then continues with his training and career at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and his contribution as an exhibitor of African American art in the Los Angeles area. Major topics covered include African American life in Los Angeles, the development of and working climate at LACMA, the Black Arts Council, racial issues in America, and Fergerson's continuing involvement in the African American artistic community of Los Angeles11ocn773310829mix1967Los Angeles County Museum of ArtModern Art Department, Art and Technology recordsArchivesThe Art and Technology program was initiated at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) in 1967, when curator Maurice Tuchman proposed the idea of formulating a relationship between contemporary artists and high-tech corporations that would lead to experiments conjoining art and industry and possibly produce new works of art. The program attracted the participation of some of the most renowned artists of the period--Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg, and Robert Irwin, to name just a few--who were paired with "Patron Sponsors" who hosted some of the artists at corporate facilities and in some cases collaborated on projects. In March 1970, several works resulting from these pairings were shown in the American Pavilion at Expo '70 (the world's fair in Osaka, Japan) and in an exhibition at LACMA from May 16 to August 29, 1971. This archive consists of documentation relating to the Art and Technology program, including correspondence between LACMA curators, artists, and corporate participants, notes and drafts of essays written for a report on the A&T Program by curators Jane Livingston and Tuchman, transcriptions of interviews and conversations with artists, and drawings, photographs, and negatives of artists' works11ocn800748621comRuth Chandler Williamson GalleryClay's Tectonic Shift John Mason, Ken Price, Peter Voulkos, 1956-1968 oral history interviewsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsResource comprises transcripts of interviews with artists and art historians conducted by the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery (Scripps College, Claremont, California) in relation to their 2012 exhibition "Clay's Tectonic Shift: John Mason, Ken Price, Peter Voulkos: 1956-1968." The interviews and exhibition were part of the Los Angeles-based Pacific Standard Time initiative, which was largely sponsored by the Getty. Dr. Mary Davis MacNaughton, director of the Williamson Gallery, described the concept behind the exhibition and catalog as follows: "Mason, Price, and Voulkos changed the conversation in ceramics from craft to art, creating fired-clay sculpture that was unprecedented in ambition and originality. The exhibition presents important works in this development. These three artists were the catalysts for a new ceramic scene and a definitive shift in the way ceramics were understood. From that point until the present day, clay has simply never been viewed in the same way again."11ocn669205507book1980Asher, BettyInterview of Betty M. Asher conducted by Thomas H. Garver for the Archives of American Art, June 30, and July 7, 1980InterviewsShe discusses her interest in abstract expressionism; buying art in Mexico and New York; dealers including Irving Blum, Virginia Dwan, Paul Kantor, Felix Landau, Ernest Raboff, Esther Robles, and Ileana Sonnabend; activities and members of the Modern and Contemporary Art Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; her work for Maurice Tuchman; Walter Hopps and the Pasadena Art Museum; and exhibitions and funding of the Asher/Faure Gallery11ocn888091055rcrd1.00Silverman, MannyOral history interview with Manny SilvermanAn interview of Manny Silverman conducted 2004 December 10-11, by Ann Ayres, for the Archives of American Art, in Los Angeles, California11ocn888075780rcrd1.00Asher, BettyOral history interview with Betty M. AsherInterviewsAsher speaks of her family; education; her marriage to Dr. Leonard Asher; buying her first prints and painting from the Associated American Artists Gallery; and early purchases at the Little, Bowinkle, and Green Galleries in Los Angeles. She discusses her interest in abstract expressionism; buying art in Mexico and New York; dealers including Irving Blum, Virginia Dwan, Paul Kantor, Felix Landau, Ernest Raboff, Esther Robles, and Ileana Sonnabend; activities and members of the Modern and Contemporary Art Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; her work for Maurice Tuchman; Walter Hopps and the Pasadena Art Museum; and exhibitions and funding of the Asher/Faure Gallery11ocn081952023visu1969Lubliner, MalcolmPhotographs of Robert IrwinEach contact sheet contains 36 candid photographs. Two sheets document Robert Irwin and others at the Habitability conference at Irwin's Venice, California studio. One sheet documents Irwin, Maurice Tuchman and Jane Livingston at the Garrett Corporation. One sheet documents Irwin and James Turrell at the anechoic chamber at UCLA. These photographs relate to Irwin's participation in the Art and Technology program, in Los Angeles+-+7105574325+-+7105574325Thu Oct 16 15:09:08 EDT 2014batch26967