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Papers, 1951-1961 (bulk 1951-1960).

Author: H Harvard Arnason; Walker Art Center.; Walker Art Center. Office of the Director.
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence, memoranda, board minutes, policy statements, telegrams, and printed materials, chiefly relating to Arnason's activities as director of Walker Art Center and the center's acquisition and exhibition of contemporary art, and also his role as head of the University of Minnesota, Art Dept.
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Genre/Form: Telegrams
Correspondence
Exhibitions
Named Person: Sidney Simon; Martin Friedman; Meg Torbert; Hudson D Walker; Curt Valentin; Martha Kellogg Jackson; Edith Gregor Halpert; Joseph Cornell; Jacques Lipchitz; David Smith; Grace Morley; James S Plaut; James Johnson Sweeney
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: H Harvard Arnason; Walker Art Center.; Walker Art Center. Office of the Director.
OCLC Number: 70958320
Description: 20.5 linear ft.

Abstract:

Correspondence, memoranda, board minutes, policy statements, telegrams, and printed materials, chiefly relating to Arnason's activities as director of Walker Art Center and the center's acquisition and exhibition of contemporary art, and also his role as head of the University of Minnesota, Art Dept.

Includes files containing Arnason's travel plans, correspondence, and itineraries for numerous projects around the world, including teaching at the University of Hawaii, Honolulu, and travel to Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, and Israel. Correspondents include members of the Walker curatorial staff: Sidney Simon, Martin Friedman, and Meg Torbert; Hudson Walker, art dealer and grandson of T.B. Walker (founder of Walker Art Center); art dealers including Curt Valentin, Martha Jackson, and Edith Halpert; numerous artists such as Joseph Cornell, Jacques Lipchitz, and David Smith; and colleagues from other institutions such as Grace L. McCann Morley (San Francisco Museum of Art), James Plaut (Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston), and James Johnson Sweeney (Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum).

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