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Bongard research files, ca. 1965-1980.

Author: Willi Bongard
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Photograph : Artwork reproduction : German
Database:WorldCat
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Willi Bongard's research papers document the art market and avant-garde artists active internationally, particularly in Germany, during the 1960s and 1970s. Included are letters to and from artists, dealers and other art world people; vertical file materials (invitations, announcements, posters, photographs, clippings, exhibition catalogues) about individual artists. Artists represented in the collection include  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Ephemera
Newsletters
Photographic prints
Photographs, Original
Posters
Exhibitions
Named Person: Joseph Beuys; Willi Bongard; Christo; Robert Indiana; Charlotte Moorman; Nam June Paik; James Rosenquist; Daniel Spoerri; Jean Tinguely; Ben Vautier; Wolf Vostell; Tom Wesselmann; Gilbert; George
Material Type: Photograph, Artwork reproduction
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Willi Bongard
OCLC Number: 82151784
Description: ca. 140 linear ft. (275 boxes, 1 roll, 7 flatfile folders)

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Willi Bongard's research papers document the art market and avant-garde artists active internationally, particularly in Germany, during the 1960s and 1970s. Included are letters to and from artists, dealers and other art world people; vertical file materials (invitations, announcements, posters, photographs, clippings, exhibition catalogues) about individual artists. Artists represented in the collection include Joseph Beuys, Gilbert & George, Robert Indiana, Charlotte Moorman, Nam June Paik, James Rosenquist, Daniel Spoerri, Jean Tinguely, Ben Vautier, Wolf Wostell and Tom Wesselmann, among others. Fluxus artists of the period also are represented. Especially extensive files document Christo, 1969-1979. Bongard used his research to follow the art market and formulate his theory of the economics of the market. He published his theory, linking fame and sales prices, in a newsletter called Art Actual. Papers relating to the production of his newsletter (along with issues of the newsletter) are also part of the research papers.

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