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Edward F. Fry papers

Ms. Coll. 651

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Fry, Edward F.
Title:
Edward F. Fry papers
Date:
circa 1947-1992
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 651
Extent:
66 boxes
Language:
English
Abstract:
Comprising documents related to Fry’s life and career: correspondence, research, and letters from numerous artists and colleagues, handwritten lectures, typescript essays, over 1000 photographs of artists’ works with special interest in Pablo Picasso, Jacques Lipchitz, Henri Laurens, and David Smith. Correspondence with artists (some include slides and drawings), curators, art historians, and museums. Highlights of curated exhibitions include the 1967 5th Guggenheim International Exhibition, the 1969 David Smith retrospective, the canceled 1971 Hans Haacke exhibition, and the 1987 Documenta 8. Materials related to Fry’s special interest in cubism, specifically Pablo Picasso, include the book Cubism, lectures, notes, photographs, and research.
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Edward F. Fry papers, Rare Book & Manuscript Library, University of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

The papers of Edward Fort Fry (1935-1992) reveal the prestige and controversy surrounding the career of an art historian and curator. As an associate curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum from 1967 to 1971, Edward Fry experienced accolades in 1969 for his work on the David Smith Retrospective and frustration in 1971 regarding the cancellation of the Hans Haacke exhibition, which lead to Fry’s dismissal. From the early 1960s to 1992, Fry contributed to and curated exhibitions; wrote articles, exhibition catalogs, and essays; taught the history of art and participated in lecture series at several universities; introduced unknown artists from eastern Europe and Asia to the United States; and maintained correspondence with artists and colleagues from around the world.

Born 6 May 1935 to Dr. Wilfred Elyes Fry (1899-1976) and Irene Fort Fry (1899-1984), Edward Fry and his sister Margaret resided with their parents in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, just outside Philadelphia. Fry attended the distinguished, all-boys Haverford School from 1947 to 1953, achieving academic excellence in science and math. He attended Princeton University in 1957 where he received his Bachelor of Arts in English literature. Accepted to Harvard University, Fry initially planned to study law but withdrew after the first semester and then enrolled in the fine arts department. He worked with Louis Grodecki on a thesis entitled “Thierry and Champart at Jumièges: the Construction of Notre-Dame and the Romanesque Capitals,” and with Frederick B. Deknatel on his dissertation. During his time at Harvard, Fry was a teaching fellow and became curator and trustee of the Museum of Art, Oqunquit, Maine, where he worked closely with artist Henry Strater. Receiving a Fulbright Fellowship from 1961 to 1963, Fry spent the majority of his time researching and studying in Europe, chiefly in Paris, where he formed invaluable relationships with artists and historians and began his life-long study of sculpture and cubism, as well as his in-depth research and investigation of Pablo Picasso.

During his research fellowship Fry traveled extensively, noting places, names, and dinners in his calendars, such as meetings with futurist painter Gino Severini. Personal correspondence with contemporary scholars William Innes Homer and Robert Rosenblum provides a glimpse into the guarding and sharing of information among scholars, as well as rivalries and gossip from home. For instance, during Fry’s sojourn in Paris, scholars and colleagues presented Fry with their own research questions, taking advantage of a contact in Europe, and asking that their queries be kept confidential. One friend and colleague, William Innes Homer, working on a monograph of Georges Seurat, asked Fry to procure—with detailed instructions—copies of documents held by Paul Signac’s daughter. In a 9 February 1962 letter Homer relays, “. . . I (unlike Rewald , etc.) am not out to exploit her and her mother’s material; but I do and will need her help, document-wise, if I keep on with Seurat . . . (this is still secret by the way).” Correspondence of this type reveals not only the guarding of original research but also the ways in which scholars gathered source material. Fry was able to build intellectual and congenial relationships with artists and their family and friends. This ability aided in his research on cubism, evidenced in the many pages of correspondence, with Rubin Lipchitz, brother of sculptor Jacques Lipchitz. Discussions of Lipchitz’s sculpture and cubism run throughout their letters. An outline regarding the development of sculpture and cubism in Rubin Lipchitz’s hand serves as one example of their close relationship during Fry’s stay in Paris. Preserved are extensive and copious notes on Jacques Lipchitz, Pablo Picasso, Henri Laurens, and futurism, in original card files with notes from interviews, including photographs of works. The resulting volume from Fry’s Fulbright Fellowship, entitled Cubism, was published by McGraw-Hill Book Company in 1966 and subsequently published in German and Italian.

After completing his Fulbright Fellowship, Fry was an instructor in the history of art at Princeton University and worked as a consultant from 1965 to 1967 for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. The consulting work Fry performed for the Guggenheim lead to his associate curatorship after the Fifth Guggenheim International Exhibition: Sculpture from Twenty Nations, 1967–1968; Fry organized the exhibition and wrote the catalog’s essay. The size and scope of the exhibition displayed Fry’s awareness of a multitude of sculptors from the international art scene and the entanglements in acquiring sculptures from artists and dealers to mount such an all-encompassing exhibition. The paper trail to acquire Jean Arp’s Ptolemy III for the exhibition started with a letter to Francois Arp and continued until the sculpture was included in the show. This perseverance exemplifies the specificity of Fry’s vision regarding how each artist should be represented within the multitude of artists being exhibited.

Fry organized several exhibitions in 1969, including the significant and substantial David Smith, a Retrospective. Fry meticulously researched all of Smith’s work for the exhibition—with the help of then doctoral student Rosiland Krauss—including amassing a nearly complete photograph collection of all of his sculpture. The Guggenheim was completely filled with Smith’s work, utilizing in its entirety Frank Lloyd Wright’s visionary space of the museum: it was the first time all of the floors of the Guggenheim Museum were open to the public. The critical response to the exhibition and Fry’s catalog was favorable. Newspaper clippings, telegrams, and notes from friends and from David Smith’s sister, Catherine Smith Stewart, praised Fry’s choices and scope and applauded him for showing the range of Smith’s monumental sculpture.

From 1968 to 1971 Fry organized several successful sculpture exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museum, including Jean Arp and Japanese Art 1970: The Fifth Japan Arts Festival. In addition, in 1968 Fry was sent on behalf of McGraw-Hill Book Company to acquire and exhibit works of art from Poland and Yugoslavia. Fry received permission from Thomas M. Messer, director of the Guggenheim, to travel and procure the works, a separate project from his duties as curator. The result was the publication of two small catalogs and a 1969 traveling exhibition sponsored by the American Federation of Arts, entitled Contemporary Art in Poland and Contemporary Art in Yugoslavia. The exhibition not only fulfilled a corporate investment and added to its collection but also simultaneously introduced, in some cases, unknown Polish and Yugoslavian artists to the United States.

Fry’s achievements at the Guggenheim continued, but his curatorship was short-lived as the ensuing exhibition of one conceptual artist erupted into controversy. Fry spent close to a year researching, pricing, and contemplating the logistics of installing the environmental and social/political works of artist Hans Haacke. One month prior to the opening and after much heated debate and meetings, the show was canceled. The Guggenheim was protecting its trustees from being perceived as slum lords in one of Haacke’s works. Edward Fry, unbending about Haacke’s freedom to show the work without censor, was summarily dismissed from the Guggenheim. On 23 April 1971 Guggenheim Director Thomas M. Messer wrote, “Your sustained and active engagements in opposition to recent decisions go beyond legitimate dissent and make it clear that we have come to a parting of the ways.” The canceled show and firing of Fry produced an outpouring of correspondence, newspaper articles, and controversy. Artists who protested include contemporary sculptor Donald Judd; he exclaimed, “I don’t know how anyone can show at the Guggenheim again.” i

Despite this dismissal Fry continued a prolific and engaging professional life, becoming an independent curator and art historian. He was president of the New York chapter of the New Art Association, formed at a College Art Association meeting to address art education. Fry received a Guggenheim fellowship in 1973 to further his research on sculpture and cubism. His curriculum vitae displays several teaching assignments, awards, essays, and consulting positions.

Edward Fry’s strong and independent personality contributed to his professional relationships and the expression of his own ideas. For instance, his doctoral dissertation on cubism was initially rejected by his advisor Frederick B. Deknatel: “as it stands what you have written is more in the nature of a narrative account of the movement of cubism . . . This needs more study and certainly could be made into a dissertation.” Fry’s work was published by McGraw-Hill and translated into four other languages and later was accepted as his dissertation. Fry stood by artist Hans Haacke when the Guggenheim Museum wanted to alter the exhibition to suit the board of trustees. Furthermore, Fry became professor and chairman of Visual Arts at York University in Toronto, where a special convocation in the fall of 1973 honored Josef and Annie Albers. Fry resigned from his position in 1975 explaining to the university in a lengthy point-by-point letter the frustration of chairing the visual arts department. His career as a professor continued at Harvard University, Colgate University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, and the University of South Florida.

In the late 1970s and 1980s Fry continued arranging exhibitions and participating in lectures. He was involved in Documenta 6, Kassel, Germany in 1977, where he organized the international sculpture section. He was co-director of Documenta 8 in 1987 and the only American organizer and full-time curator, working with Manfred Schneckenburger, planning and coordinating the entire exhibition; he was also a major contributor to the catalog. Fry’s ideas regarding the role of art in society were expressed prior to leaving for Kassel: “Art is being corrupted. . . . We want to indicate that modernity has a future only if one destroys the misunderstanding between false autonomy for art—in which it has to be pure, like a kind of secular religion—and what I call the substantiveness of art.” Fry and Schneckenburger chose artists who they perceived went beyond the postmodern: they embraced the works of Robert Morris and rejected those of Sol Lewitt. The critical reaction to Documenta 8 noted its vastness and complexity, overwhelming for the audience to absorb. In the two-year process of organizing the Documenta 8, artists submitted their work with the hopes of international exposure, but the ultimate decision of the artist’s fate was subject to the theoretical ideas of the jury and critic.

In 1981 Fry represented the United States in UNESCO’s Homage to Picasso—celebrating the 100th year of Picasso’s birth. Fry received the UNESCO medal, designed by Juan Miro, at the conference in Paris for his contribution of essays and lectures on Picasso. Fry’s focus on modern art and his fascination with Picasso commenced with his Fulbright award in 1961 and continued throughout his career. Lectures and numerous essays, some highly acclaimed, abound in his body of work. At the time he received the award, Fry declared, “I’ve been working on Picasso about twenty years. He’s the most important modern artist—by all odds the biggest challenge.”

Fry’s extensive research materials on Picasso comprise a large photograph collection and index card file, as well as his many lectures and articles on Picasso and cubism. One article in Art Journal, “Picasso, Cubism and Reflexivity” (1988), produced many queries, correspondence, and praises. In 1989 Fry co-curated, with William Rubin and Pierre Daix, Picasso and Braque: Pioneering Cubism at the Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition included a large symposium on cubism and included many eminent scholars.

In the late 1980s and early 1990s Fry continued to organize exhibitions and participate in conferences. He consulted with the Guggenheim on a Robert Morris exhibition and was to be part of the 14th International Sculpture Conference presented by the International Sculpture Center. Fry was on the program committee, and plans for the conference are evidenced in exchanges with sculptor Lin Emery. This would be the last project in which Fry participated; he died suddenly of a heart attack in April 1992, just two months prior to the start of the conference in June. Edward F. Fry, through the generosity of Sandra Ericson, whom Fry married in 1985, has left a wealth of information that spans the many contributions of an art historian who researched, taught, lectured, and worked closely with artists mounting exhibitions.

Works Consulted

Fry, Edward F. Cubism. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1966.

---. David Smith. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1969.

Getty Union List of Artist Names Online. http://www.getty.edu/research/conducting_research/vocabularies/ulan (accessed from March 2007 to February 2008).

Grove Art Online. http://groveart.com (accessed from March 2007 to January 2008).

Krauss, Rosiland E. T he Sculpture of David Smith: A Catalogue Raisonné. New York: Garland Publishing, 1977.

On-line Picasso Project. http://picasso.tamu.edu.picasso (accessed from June 2007 to February 2008).

Slought Foundation Online Content. http://www.slought.org (accessed, February 4, 2008).

Scope and Contents

The Edward F. Fry Papers comprise the documents of the life and career of an independent art historian and curator. The collection consists of 66 boxes of correspondence, research, lectures, essays, photographs, and drawings; in addition, there are two oversized folders of material housed separately. The papers also include slides of artists’ works, exhibition catalogs, negatives, and a reel-to-reel tape of an interview.

The correspondence series, ca. 1958-1991, encompasses eleven boxes containing 686 folders. Included are letters from family, friends, institutions, and artists. There are letters from Fry’s parents, Dr. Wilfred E. Fry and Irene Fort Fry, while Fry was in Europe. Letters from artists such as Beverly Pepper and Jacques Lipchitz discussing their work and ideas; some artists included drawings, slides, and catalogs with their correspondence. Friends and colleagues who aided with his research on cubism include Rubin Lipchitz and William Innes Homer. Also is correspondence with publishers regarding the translation of Fry’s book Cubism and in reference to articles. Many museums are included in the correspondence concerning the curatorial work of Fry, for example acquiring works of art for exhibitions. In addition to the wealth of scholarly publications, books, lectures, and exhibition information contained in the papers are correspondence, calendars, and journals that reveal his personal life. Fry’s calendars, a journal, and some correspondence provide a glimpse of the inner world of this prominent and independent art historian. The letters from Robert Rosenblum are friendly and high-spirited, conveying news of their colleagues. Fry became friends with his editor in Germany Inge Bodesohn-Vogel, in correspondence they discuss his books translation into German as well as personal exchanges, he notes in one calendar his worry for her health. Another close friend Yvonne V. Chabrier shows concern for Fry’s mental state while he was in Europe, “your last letter left me with a quiet sad feeling; you sounded so very, very gray . . . .” The correspondence and calendars reveal many close relationships throughout Fry’s life.

A small series, Exhibitions consists of 3 boxes and 71 folders (ca. 1967-1987). The first box contains materials such as inventories, notes, research and travel for several exhibitions. Due to the controversy and cancellation of the Hans Haacke exhibition the second box in this series contains the correspondence from Hans Haacke, the exhibitions plans, correspondence reacting to the exhibition’s cancellation, articles, and research. The third and final box of the series surrounds the Documenta 8 exhibition in Kassel, Germany.

Writings is the third series in the collection containing 9 boxes and 208 folders (ca. 1957-1991). Writings has been arranged into five sections: 1 box containing Fry’s undergraduate thesis; 2 boxes of typescripts, drafts, and notes on Cubism; two boxes of essays and articles arranged alphabetically, with accompanying research and drafts; two boxes of lectures arranged chronologically, chiefly handwritten; and 2 boxes of courses, some with class lectures and/or syllabi. Fry’s range of essays and lectures includes not only cubism, but contemporary sculpture, an article on Titian, a lecture series on Jackson Pollock, Paul Cézanne, and constructivism.

The research series is housed in eighteen boxes, documenting Fry’s research of various artists and including files, detailed note cards, and photographs. The series has been divided into three distinct parts: artist files encompassing four boxes; arranged alphabetically they contain artist’s biographies, some contain photographs or slides of works of art, and connections with galleries. There are 3 boxes of note cards regarding Jacques Lipchitz, Henri Laurens, Pablo Picasso and David Smith. 8 boxes of photographs make up the last section in this series. Each box is an album containing photographs of the artist’s works and in one album are photographs from exhibitions.

The fifth series in the collection is Memorabilia and is in 11 boxes (ca. 1947-1990). One box of Fry’s saved programs, newsletters; 3 boxes contain Fry’s academic career from The Haverford School through Harvard University, including grades, essays for classes, syllabi and some lecture notes. Personal memorabilia including note books, awards, personal photographs, calendars, passports and address are contained in 5 boxes. The calendars provide some personal information in short diary notes and are useful for Fry’s meetings with individuals and artists.

Last in the series of the collection is miscellaneous and oversized material. This series is housed in 8 boxes and contains 2 folders in a map drawer. Magazine articles, newspaper clippings, oversized materials from exhibitions and artists (including drawings), and some posters are contained in this series.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2010

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Donna Brandolisio

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Source of Acquisition

Gift of Sandra Ericson, 2006.

Electronic Guide

The creation of the electronic guide for this collection was made possible through a grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project. The finding aid was entered into the Archivists' Toolkit by Garrett Boos.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Color slides
  • Correspondence
  • Drawings (visual works)
  • Exhibition catalogs
  • Manuscripts, American--20th century
  • Memorabilia
  • Photographs
  • Writings (documents)
Subject(s)
  • Art
  • Art, Modern--20th century
  • Art--Study and teaching
  • Artists
  • Cubism

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Collection Inventory

I.  Correspondence. 11 boxes.

Series Description

686 folders arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Includes all correspondence with the exception of Hans Haacke and the response to the cancelation of the exhibition.

Box Folder

Abilene Public Library.

1 1

Achim Moeller Fine Art Limited re: drawing by Pablo Picasso.

1 2

Ackerman, James S.

1 3

Adams, Henry re: Thomas Hart Benton Centennial Exhibition, 1987.

1 4

Agee, William C.

1 5

Albers, Josef.

1 6

Albright-Knox Art Gallery.

1 7

Albright-Knox Art Gallery re: Piero Dorazio Retrospective, see writings.

1 8

Allard, A.

1 9

Alloway, Lawrence, 1926- re: Albert Gleizes Exhibition.

1 10

Alpers, Svetlana.

1 11

Alternative Museum (New York, N.Y.).

1 12

America-Israel Cultural Foundation.

1 13

American Center for Students and Artists (Paris, France).

1 14

American Federation of Arts.

1 15

Amsterdam (Netherlands) Stedelijk Museum.

1 16

Anderson, Troels.

1 17

Andersen, Wayne re: David Smith.

1 18

Appollonio, Umbro, 1911-.

1 19

Apraxine, Pierre.

1 20

Archipenko, Alexander, 1887-1964.

1 21-22

Archipenko, Frances.

1 23

Architects Collaborative, Inc.

1 24

Armitage, Kenneth, 1916-2002.

1 25

Arp, François.

1 26

Arp, Marguerite.

1 27

Art in America.

1 28

Art International re: Hans Haacke; see: Vinklers, Betite.

1 29

Art Journal.

1 30

Arts and Science Center.

1 31

Arts Canada Magazine.

1 32

Artschwager, Richard, 1923-.

1 33

Arts Council of Great Britain.

1 34

Ashbery, John, 1927-.

1 35

Ashton, Dore. see: Artists; Barrett, Daniel.

1 36

Association pour la conservation et la reproduction photographique de la press.

1 37

Atkin, William Wilson.

1 38

Atlantic Community College.

1 39

Attalai, Gábor.

1 39

Aubéry, Pierre.

1 40

Aycock, Alice. see: writings.

1 41

Bak, Irme.

1 42

Baker, Edwin L.

1 43

Ball, Susan L.

1 44

Baltz, Carel.

1 45

Barnes Foundation.

1 46

Barnes, Laura L., 1875-1966.

1 47

Barr, Alfred Hamilton, 1902-1981.

1 48

Barr, Marga.

1 49

Bartholet, Elizabeth Ives.

1 50

Battcock, Gregory, 1937 re: Hans Haacke.

1 51

Baudouin, René.

1 52

Bauer, Frederick E.

1 53

Bazin, Germain.

1 54

Beaumont, Henri de re: Pablo Picasso.

1 55

Beer, François-Joachim.

1 56

Belz, Carl.

1 57

Benedit, Luis F. (Louis Fernando). See also: Box 60, folder 1171; drawings, notes and plans; poster.

1 58-59

Benjamin, Judith L.

1 60

Bényi, László re: Guggenheim International Exhibition, 5th, 1967.

1 61

Bereś, Jerzy.

1 62

Bernstein, Gevela Meyer.

1 63

Bethel, Kathleen.

1 64

Beyer, Victor.

1 65

Bienal de Arte Coltejer, 2nd, 1970.

2 66

Bihalji-Merin, Oto, 1904-.

2 67

Bijyutsu Techo Magazine.

2 68

Blackwell Book Store.

2 69

Blum, Helena.

2 70

Blum, Shirley Neilsen.

2 71

Baal, Sara.

2 72

Bobbs-Merril Company.

2 73

Bodesohn-Vogel, Inge. see: M. DuMont Schauberg (Firm).

2 74

Bogaard, Anke.

2 75

Bogusz, Marian.

2 76

Bois, yve Alain.

2 77

Boston University.

2 78

Bottlin, André.

2 79

Bowlt, John E.

2 80

Bowness, Alan.

2 81

Bozo, Dominique. See also: Musée national d'art moderne (France).

2 82

British Broadcasting Corporation.

2 83

Brady, Jacqueline, 1932-.

2 84

Broothaers, Marcel re: Haacke, Hans, 1936-.

2 85

Brooke, David S.

2 86

Brücher, Ernst.

2 87

Buckley, John.

2 88

Burden, Chris, 1946-. See also: folder 1175, map drawer.

2 89

Burke, Helen S.

2 90

Burnham, Jack, 1931-.

2 91

Burnham, Judith.

2 92

Bury, Pol, 1922-.

2 93

Bush, Virginia.

2 94

Butler, Eugenia.

2 95

Byars, James Lee.

2 96

Cachin, Françoise.

2 97

Caglioti, Victor, 1935-.

2 98

Cahiers d'art.

2 99

Camfield, William A.

2 100

Carmi, Eugenio, 1920-.

2 101

Caro, Anthony, 1924-.

2 102-103

Carpenter, Ken.

2 104

Cartier-Bresson, Henri, 1908-2004.

2 105

Casa Frollo: Pensione.

2 106

Castelbarco, Carla.

2 107-108

Čelebonović, Aleska.

2 109

Ćelić, Stojan, 1925-.

2 110

Centers for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts.

2 111

Centre Georges Pompidou.

2 112

Centro de Arte y Communicación (Buenos Aires, Argentina).

2 113

Century Association (New York, N.Y.).

2 114

Chabrier, Yvonne V.

2 115

Géo-Charles, 1882-1963.

2 116

Chicago, Judy, 1939-.

2 117

Childress, William.

2 118

Christo, 1935-.

2 119

Cieński, Stanislaw.

3 120

Clark, Charles D.

3 121

Clark, Joseph C.

3 122

Clerk, Pierre, 1928-.

3 123

Cogswell, Margaret.

3 124

Čolak-Antić, Ana.

3 125

Cole, R. A.

3 126

Colla, Ettore, 1896-1968.

3 127

Commission Franco-Américane d'Echanges Universitaires (United States Educational Commission for France).

3 128

Connaissance (Firm); Goldschmidt, Ernest.

3 129

Connelly, Frances S.

3 130

Cooper, Douglas, 1911-1984.

3 131

Cooper, Paul R.; Robert Hull Fleming Museum. See also: Box 60, folder 1174; poster.

3 132

Cooper, Paula.

3 133

Cooper, Richard W.

3 134

Cooper, Sally.

3 135

Corcoran Gallery of Art.

3 136

Corse, Mary.

3 137

Cortesi, Ally; The New York Review of Books.

3 138

Count Dracula Society (U.S.).

3 139

Cousins, Judith Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.).

3 140

Cragnolini, Pietro.

3 141

Crockwell, Margaret re: Smith, David, 1906-1965.

3 142

Crowell-Collier Educational Corporation.

3 143

Csaky, Joseph, 1888-1971.

3 144

Cummings, Nathan.

3 145

Czartoryska, Urszula.

3 146

Damnjanović-Damnjan, Radomir, 1936-.

3 147

David McKee Gallery.

3 148

Davis, Marjorie.

3 149

Day, Wördem.

3 150

Debenjak, Riko, 1908-1987.

3 151

de Borrero, Marla.

3 152

Dehner, Dorothy, 1901-1994.

3 153

Deknatel, Frederick B.

3 154

Delaunay, Sonia.

3 155

Delehanty, Suzanne, 1944-.

3 156

Delgado, Gloria.

3 157

DESA Works of Modern Art Foreign Trade Co.

3 158-159

Dignac, Geny, 1982-.

3 160-161

Djuara Limited: Indonesian Importers.

3 162

Dobrović, Juraj, 1928-.

3 163

Documenta GmbH, (Documenta:8th:1987:Kassel, Germany).

3 164

Dombek, Blanche.

3 165

Downey, James M.

3 166

Downing, Robert James.

3 167

Drake, Robert T.

3 168

Drenner, Sarah Wilson.

3 169

Drew University; Hall, Lee.

3 170

Droogers, W.C.

3 171

Dufferin, Sheridan.

3 172

D. Van Nostrand Company re: David Smith catalog.

3 173

Edward MacDowell Association.

3 174

Egbert, Donald Drew, 1902-1973.

3 175

Elliot, James.

3 176

Eloul, Kosso, 1920-1996.

3 177

Elsen, Albert Edward, 1927-.

3 178

Emery, Lin, 1926-; International Sculpture Conference.

3 179

Emmerick, André.

3 180

Entemann, Raymond.

3 181

Ericson, Sandra.

3 182

Eyquem, Eva.

3 183

Faltermeier, Henrich.

3 184

Faulkner, Dawkins & Sullivan.

3 185

Fay, Nomina T. (Nomina Twining).

3 186

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

3 187

Fermigier, André.

3 188

Fernandez, Iglesias Enrique.

3 189

Field, Richard S.

3 190

Field, Virginia.

3 191

Fijalkowski, Stanislaw, 1922-.

3 192

Fine, Jud.

3 193

Finkelstein, Ann B., George Washington University.

3 194

First Universal Life Church of San Diego.

3 195

Fischbach Gallery; Droll, Donald.

3 196

Fisher, Carl, Mrs.

3 197

Flack, Ann J.

4 198

Flavin, Dan, 1933-1996.

4 199

Fleischer Anhalt Gallery (Los Angeles, Calif.), Fleischer, Mary.

4 200

Fleming, John, 1919-; Penguin (Firm).

4 201

Fleiss, Marcel.

4 202

Franck, Martine.

4 203

Freedberg, S. J. (Sydney Joseph), 1914-1997.

4 204

Fried, Michael.

4 205

Fry, Irene Fort.

4 206

Fry, Wilfred E.

4 207

Fujieda, Teruo, 1936-.

4 208

Fukushima, Noriyasu, 1940-.

4 209-210

Gabriele Mazzotta editore.

4 211

Galen, Elaine.

4 212

Galeria, Foksal.

4 213

Galerie Breteau.

4 214

Galerie Claude Bernard.

4 215

Galerie de France (Paris, France).

4 216

Galerie Denise René.

4 217

Galerie Gmurznska.

4 218

Galerie Lambert; Lambert, Françoise.

4 219

Galerie Maeght (Paris, France).

4 220

Galerie Müller Stuttgart.

4 221

Galerie Paul Fachetti.

4 222

Galerie Seder.

4 223

Galerije grada Zagreba; Bek, Božo.

4 224

Galić, Mladen.

4 225

Gamwell, Lynn, 1943-.

4 226

Gandee, Cynthia.

4 227

Geoffrey, J. Iqbal, 1939-.

4 228

George Braziller, Inc.

4 229

Gerchman, Rubens, 1942-.

4 230

Gibbons, Felton, 1929-.

4 231

Gibson, Roland.

4 232

Gieldzinski, H.

4 233

Gielniak, Józef, 1932-1972.

4 234

Ginnever, Charles, 1931-.

4 235

Gleizes, Juliette Roche.

4 236

Goff, Mary Ruth.

4 237

Golding, John.

4 238

Goldschmidt, Ernest.

4 239

Goodyear, John, 1930-.

4 240

Gordon, Donald E.

4 241

Gostomski, Zbigniew, 1932-.

4 242

Grabska-Wallis, Elizabeth.

4 243

Graham Modern (Gallery).

4 244

Gray, Cleve.

4 245

Greater Tarpan Springs Chamber of Commerce.

4 246

Green, Robin.

4 247

Greenberg, Clement, 1909-1994.

4 248

Greenly, Colin.

4 249

Grigorian, Marcos, 1925-.

4 250

Gris, Josette.

4 251

Grodecki, Louis, 1910-1982. see: Abbaye de Jumièges.

4 252

Habasque, Guy.

4 253

Haese, Ursula; re: Haese, Günter, 1924-.

4 254

Haftmann, Werner.

4 255

Haggerty, Margaret T.

4 256

Hall, David L.

4 257

Hall, Katrina.

4 258

Halpern, Barbara.

4 259

Hammar, Nancy.

4 260

Hamowy, Albert.

4 261

Harvard University. Dept. of Fine Arts.

4 262

Harvard University. Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

4 263

Haskins, Jno.

4 264

Haven and Co. Photo Supply.

4 265

Heller, Jules.

4 266

Henri Stern Watch Agency, Inc.

4 267

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art.

4 268

Herding, Klaus.

4 269

Hérnbel, Michel.

4 270

Hiery, Oswald.

5 271

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

5 272

Hiltunen, Eila, 1922-.

5 273

Hödicke, Christa.

5 274

Hofmann, Werner, 1928-.

5 275

Holderbaum, James.

5 276

Holt, Reinhart, and Winston, Inc.

5 277

Holt, Nancy.

5 278

Homer, William Innes.

5 279-280

Horvat-Pintarić, Vera, 1928-.

5 281

Hotel Cipriani.

5 282

Houe, Christian.

5 283

Hozo, Dževad, 1938-.

5 284

Huber, Carlo.

5 285

Hubert, Etienne-Alain.

5 285

Hunisak, John M., 1944-.

5 286

Indiana University Museum of Art.

5 287

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis, b. 1891).

5 288

Inoue, Michiko.

5 289

Institute of Contemporary Arts (London, England); Penrose, Roland, Sir.

5 290

International Council of Museums.

5 291

International Play Group, Inc.

5 292

International Research and Exchange Board.

5 293

International Sculpture Center.

5 294

Isham, Christopher.

5 295

Isham, Sheila, 1927-.

5 296

Ishii, Atsuo.

5 297

Isobe, Yukihisa.

5 298

Jaar, Alfredo.

5 299

Jackson, Martha Kellog.

5 300

Jacob, Laurent.

5 301

Jakimowicz, Andrezej.

5 302

Janson, H.W. (Horst Woldermar), 1913-1982.

5 303

Japan Art Center.

5 304

Jappe, Hieba.

5 305

Jarnuszkiewicz, Jerzy.

5 306

Jéanty, Françoise.

5 307

Jessar, Ralph A., Mrs.

5 308

Jewish Museum (New York, N.Y.).

5 309

Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery (University o Miami).

5 310

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation 1971-1973.

5 311

Johnson, Diane, 1943-.

5 312

Johnson, Ron (Ronald William), 1937-.

5 313

Joost, Christiane.

5 314

Kacher, Lewis.

5 315

Kahnweiler, Daniel Henry, 1884-1979; Galerie Louise Leiris.

5 316

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts.

5 317

Kalenberg, Angel.

5 318

Kantor, Tadeusz, 1915-1990.

5 319

Katz, Stephanie Suzanne.

5 320

Kawamata, Tadashi, 1953-.

5 321

re: Kelly, Ellsworth, 1923- and Red-Blue Rocker, 1963.

5 322

Kemeny, George A.

5 323

Kemeny, Madeleine, 1906-1993.

5 324

Kepalas, Elena.

5 325

Kent Fine Art, Inc.

5 326

Kerney, Mary-Margaret.

5 327

Key-Sock, Lee.

5 328

Kezys, Algimantas.

5 329

Kim, Whanki, 1913-1974.

5 330

Knoedler Gallery.

5 331

Knutson, Ruth M.

5 332

Koenigstein, Georg, 1937-.

5 333

Kokubo, Akira, 1937-.

5 334

Kossow, Vladimir Michaelovitch.

5 335

Kowalski, Piotr, 1927-2004.

5 336

Krampetz, Norman A.

6 337

Krasiński, Edward, 1925-.

6 338

Kreisel Co., Inc.

6 339

Kriwet, Ferdinand.

6 340

Kržišnik, Zoran.

6 341

Kuduz, Ante, 1935-.

6 342

Kunstverein in Hamburg.

6 343

Kunz, Lucy E.

6 344

Kvaraceus, Rose.

6 345

Lahoda, Vojtěch.

6 346

Landmann, Oscar P.

6 347

Langhorne, Elizabeth Lawrence.

6 348

Lapiner, Alan C.

6 349

Lapinski, Tadeusz.

6 350

Larronde, Daniele.

6 351

Lascombe, Jacqueline.

6 352

Latner, Albert J.

6 353

Laude, Jean, 1922-.

6 354

Laurens, Claude, 1908-.

6 355

Lawson, Thomas, 1951-.

6 356

Leavitt, Boris.

6 357

Leider, Philip, 1929-.

6 358

Leighton, Patricia Dee.

6 359

Lejwa, Arthur.

6 360

Lenk, Thomas, 1933-.

6 361

Léon, Eduardo A.

6 362

Lewis Brothers Insurance.

6 363

Lewis, Raymond L.

6 364

Linduff, Katheryn M.

6 365

Liong, Koh Tong.

6 366

Lipchitz, Jacques, 1891-1973.

6 367

Lipchitz, Rubin.

6 368-370

Lippincott Environmental Arts.

6 371

Lobanov-Rostovsky, Nikita D.

6 372

Loeser, John D., Mrs.

6 373

Lorch, Leonard G.

6 374

Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

6 375

Lucchini, Jean-Claude.

6 376

Lunn, Harry H. (Harry Hyatt), 1933-.

6 377

Lynton, Norbert.

6 378

MacAgy, Douglas, 1913-.

6 379

McClintic, Miranda.

6 380

McDowell, Barrie C.

6 381

McGill University.

6 382

MeGraw-Hill Book Company.

6 383-384

Madovra, Galerie.

6 385

Maeght éditeur.

6 386

Magyar Nemzeti Galéria.

6 387

Maine Coon Breeders & Fanciers.

6 388

Malcolm Gardner.

6 389

Marczyński, Adam, 1908-1985.

6 390

Marini, Marino, 1901-1980.

6 391

Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum.

6 392

Marsh, Janice.

6 393

Martin, Robert B.

6 394

Matarazzo Sorbinho, Francisco, 1898-1977.

6 395

Mathieu, Georges, 1921-.

6 396

Matisse, Paul, 1933-.

6 397

Matsuzawa, Yutaka.

6 398

Matulka, Lida.

6 399

Max Hutchinson Gallery (New York, N.Y.).

6 400

Max Protetch Gallery.

6 401

Maxwell Davidson Gallery.

6 402

Maza, Fernando.

6 403

M. DuMont Schauberg (Firm) see: Bodesohe, Inge. see: Bodesohe, Inge.

7 404

Menaše, Ljerka.

7 405

Menil, Dominique de.

7 406

Messer, Thomas M.; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

7 407

Meštrović, Matko, 1933-.

7 408

Meyer, Ursula, 1915-2003.

7 409

Meyer-Bernstein, Gerda.

7 410

Meyerson, Martin, University of Pennsylvania.

7 411

Michalowski, Jerzy.

7 412

Michael, Julie.

7 413

Miss, Mary, 1944-.

7 414

Miyawaki, Aiko, 1929-.

7 415

Moderna galerija (Ljublijana, Slovenia) Jerman, Majda.

7 416

Mohr, Lawrence.

7 417

Molho, Vitalis John.

7 418

Molnár, Sándor, 1936-.

7 419

Monti della Corte, Beatrice.

7 420

Morgan, Elizabeth A.

7 421

Moriguchi, Tdirokazu.

7 422

Morland, Dorothy.

7 423

Morland, Francis.

7 424

Morphet, Richard; Penguin (Firm).

7 425

Morris, Robert, 1931-.

7 426

Motherwell, Robert.

7 427

Műcsarnok (Budapest, Hungary).

7 428

Muller, Guy.

7 429

Munk, Zdenka.

7 430

Murray, Joan, 1943-.

7 431

Murray, Robert, 1936-.

7 432

Museé cantonal de beaux-arts Lausanne.

7 433

Museé national d'art Moderne (France) Bozo, Dominique.

7 434

Museé Picasso (Paris, France).

7 435

Museé Toulouse Lautrec.

7 436

Museum of Art Ogunquit.

7 437

Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, Ill.).

7 438

Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.).

7 439

Muzej savremene umetnosti.

7 440

Museum Narodowe w Wrszawie.

7 441

Nádler, István, 1938-.

7 442

Naef, Bianca.

7 443

Naese, Ursula.

7 444

Nakov, Andrei B.

7 445

Nasser, Frederico Jayme.

7 446

National Endowment for the Arts Visual Arts Program.

7 447

National Gallery of Art (U.S.).

7 448

National Gallery of Canada.

7 449

Nationalgalerie (Germany).

7 450

National Sculpture Center (U.S.).

7 451

Navaretta, E.A.

7 452

Neal, Reginald, 1909-.

7 453

Nederlandse Foto-litho inrichting.

7 454

Nederlandse Kunstistichting.

7 455

Negret, Edgar, 1920-.

7 456

Nesmer, Cindy.

7 457

New Jersey Bell Telephone Co.

7 458

Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.).

7 459

Oda, Jo.

7 460

Oonishi, Seiji.

7 461

Orr, Olen.

7 462

Ortman, George, 1926-.

7 463

Otreba, Ryszard, 1932-.

7 464

Otto Gerson Gallery (New York, N.Y.).

7 465

Owens, Warren, 1923-.

7 466

Ozenfant, Amédee, 1886-1966.

7 467

Päíviö, Maeja-L.

8 468

Panicali, Carla.

8 469

Parigoris, Alexandra.

8 470

Pasadena Art Museum.

8 471

Paternosto, César.

8 472

Pavović, Zoran, 1932-.

8 473

Pécon-Vaÿsse, R.

8 474

Peller, Marian.

8 475

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

8 476

Pennsylvania Office of the Governor.

8 477

Pepper, Beverly.

8 478

Pepper, Curtis Bill.

8 479

Perkins, Constance M., 1913-.

8 480

Perls, Klaus.

8 481

Perry, Richard.

8 482

Pfahler, Georg Karl, 1926-.

8 483

Philadelphia Museum of Art.

8 484

Philadelphia (Pa.) Redevelopment Authority.

8 485

Picabia, J. Buffet.

8 486

Piccione, Dino.

8 487

Pinchbeck, Peter.

8 488

Pogány, Ödön Gábor.

8 489

Poland. Centalne Biuro Wystaw Artystycznych; Szancer, Gizela.

8 490

Porębski, Mieczyslaw, 1921-.

8 491

Portfolio: The Magazine for the Visual Arts.

8 492

Pound, Dorothy.

8 493

Pozzi, Lucio, 1935-.

8 494

Praeger Publishers. See also: Box 60, Folder 1170; galleys.

8 495

Princeton University. Art Museum.

8 496

Princeton University. Dept. of Art and Archaeology.

8 497

Princeton University. Dept. of Physics.

8 498

Princeton University. Office of the Secretary.

8 499

Puente, Alejandro.

8 500

Rabin, Joseph.

8 501

Radiodiffusion-Télévision française.

8 502

Radio Free Europe.

8 503

Rauscher, Leonhardt.

8 504

Raynal, Germaine.

8 505

Restany, Pierre.

8 506

Richardson, John, 1924-.

8 507

Richter, Vjenceslaw, 1917-.

8 508

Rickey, Edie.

8 509

Rickey, George.

8 510

Rizzoli Journal of Art, Inc.

8 511

Robbins, Daniel.

8 512

Rodgers, Rebecca.

8 513

Rosand, David.

8 514

Rosenblum, Robert.

8 515

Rosing, Larry.

8 516

Roskill, Mark W.

8 517

Ross, John G.

8 518

Rouan, François.

8 519

Rubin, William Stanley.

8 520

Rudenstine, Angelica Zander.

8 521

Rumold, Rainer.

8 522

Rumsey, Claire.

8 523

Russell, John.

8 524

Russell, Lisa.

8 525

Rutault, Claude.

8 526

Ruth White Gallery.

8 527

Sabre, Lynette.

8 528

Sadley, Wojciech.

8 529

Salmon, André, 1881-.

8 530

Salz, John F.

8 531

Savage, M. S.

8 532

Schippers, Wim T.

9 533

Schmidt, Mary.

9 534

Schneckenburger, Manfred; Documenta 8.

9 535

Schneider, Rosiland.

9 536

Schoenwald, Richard.

9 537

Schroth, Peter.

9 538

Schulze, Bernard & Ursula.

9 539

Schweiker, Richard S. (Richard Schultz), 1926-.

9 540

Scott, Hugh, 1900-1994.

9 541

Secker & Warburg; Rosenthal, T. G.

9 542

Sekal, Zbynĕk, 1923-.

9 543

Segui, Shinichi.

9 543-2

Selz, Peter Howard, 1919-.

9 544

Serrano, Pablo, 1908-1985.

9 545

Šetlík, Jiři.

9 546

Seuphor, Michel, 1901-.

9 547

Shaffer, Paul V.

9 548

Sheard, Wendy Stedman.

9 549

Shearer, Linda.

9 550

Sidney Janis Gallery.

9 551

Silvagni, Elizabeth.

9 552

Siskov, Ludmil, 1936-.

9 553

Skovram, Anita.

9 554

Skowhegon School of Painting and Sculpture.

9 555

Slesinska, Alina.

9 556

Sloane, Joseph C.

9 557

Smith, Ralph B.

9 558

Smithsonian Resident Associate Program.

9 559

Soby, James Thrall, 1906-1979.

9 560

Social Register Association (U.S.).

9 561

Soho Artists Association.

9 562

Solmssen, Peter.

9 563

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

9 564

Sonnabend, Illeana.

9 565

Spagnulo, Giuseppe, 1936-.

9 566

Spate, Virginia.

9 567

Spinella, Elizabeth.

9 568

Squires, Norma-Jean.

9 569

Stanislawski, Ryszard, 1921-.

9 570

St[a]rzinki, J.

9 571

Stasik, Andrew.

9 572

State University of New York at Stony Brook Dept. of Art.

9 573

Stażewski, Nenryk, 1894-1988.

9 574

Steinberg, Leo, 1920-.

9 575

Stele, France.

9 576

Stenvert, Curt, 1920-.

9 577

Stewart, Catherine Smith.

9 578

Stich, Sidra.

9 579

Strater, Henry, 1896-; Museum of Art Ogunquit.

9 580-581

Studio International.

9 582

Suberlack, Stefan, 1928-.

9 583

Svestka, Jiri.

9 584

Swann, Simone.

9 585

Syndicat de la Press Artistique Française.

9 586

Szépmûvészeti Múzeum (Hungary).

9 587

Szyszko, Felix.

9 588

Takama, Natsaki.

9 589

Takamatsu, Jirō, 1936-.

9 590

Tansey, Mark, 1949-. See also: Box 59, folder, 1167; copies of work with miscellaneous notes.

9 591

Tavares, Gustavo A.

9 592

Tchorek, Mariusz.

9 593

Tchórzewski, Jerzy.

9 594

Thames and Hudson.

9 595

Tic, Alexandre.

9 596

Timmerman, Harold J.

9 597

Tobias, Julius, 1915-1999.

9 598

Tokyo Gallery.

9 599

Torres, Francesc, 1948-.

9 600

Tosi, Aldo.

9 601

Townsend, J. Benjamin.

9 602

Toynbee, Arnold Joseph, 1889-1975.

9 603

Takas, George, 1944-.

9 604

Tršar, Drago.

9 605

Turnbull, William, 1922-.

9 606

United States. Dept. of State. Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs.

10 607

Underwood, Julia.

10 608

Unesco. Hommage à Picasso. See also: box 44, folder 1105; box 49.

10 609

United States Foreign Service.

10 610

Universal Pictures (Firm).

10 611

University of California, Berkeley. University Art Museum.

10 612

University of California Press.

10 613

University of Connecticut. Art Dept.

10 614

University of Iowa.

10 615

University of Pennsylvania. Dept. of the History of Art.

10 616

University of Pittsburgh.

10 617

University of Pittsburgh. Bookstore.

10 618

University of Puerto Rico (Mayagüez Campus).

10 619

University of South Florida. Office of the President.

10 620

University of the Arts.

10 621

University of Toronto.

10 622

University of Washington Museum.

10 623

Urbanowicz, Bogdan.

10 624

Uribe de Urdinola, Maritza.

10 625

Van Gendt & Co.

10 626

Vaništa, Josip, 1924-.

10 627

Venet, Bernar, 1941-.

10 628

Vermont Council on the Arts.

10 629

Vidal, Susana A.

10 630

Viking Press.

10 631

Vinklers, Betite.

10 632

Vlček, Tomáš.

10 633

Volavka, Zdenka.

10 634

Volpi Orlandini, Marisa.

10 635

Von Schlegell, David.

10 636

Wade, Jane.

10 637

Waldemar George 1893-.

10 638

Walsh, Peter.

10 639

Warren, Richard E.

10 640

Wasserman Development Corporation.

10 641

Wauters, André.

10 642

Welch, Lois R.

10 643

Welsh, Robert P.

10 644

Wethey, Harold E. (Harold Edwin), 1902-1984.

10 645

Wheaton, Margaret Fry.

10 646

Wherlin, François.

10 647

Wight, Frederick Stallknecht, 1902-1986.

10 648

Wilder, Nicholas.

10 649

Wilhelm-Lehmbruck-Museum der Stadt Duisburg.

10 650

Wilkin, Barbara.

10 651

Williams College.

10 652

Winiarski, Ryszard, 1936-.

10 653

Withers, Josephine.

10 654

Wodiczko, Krzysztof.

10 655

Wajciechowski, Alexander.

10 656

Yager, David.

10 657

Yale University. Dept. of the History of Art.

10 658

Yarber, Robert, 1948-.

10 659

York University (Toronto, Ont.).

10 660

Yōseidō Garō.

10 661

Yoshitome, Yo.

10 662

Young, Michael, 1955-.

10 663

Yuhara, Kazuo, 1930-.

10 664

Zabotin, Emma V.

10 665

Zabotin, Kostia.

10 666

Zaleski, Bohdan.

10 667

Zalkowitsch, Gennedy.

10 668

Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte in München Bibliothek.

10 669

Ziemski, Jan.

10 670

Zogbaum vas, Marla.

10 671

Recommendation letters Edward F. Fry sent on behalf of some artists and students.

11 672

Contains letters of indecipherable signatures or where the correspondent has signed first name only.

11 673-686

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II.  Exhibitions. 3 boxes.

Series Description

Arranged chronologically. First box containing several exhibitions. Second contains the Hans Haacke exhibition and all surrounding materials. The third box contains research and materials regarding Documenta 8.

See also relevant correspondence from Series I.

A.  The Guggenheim International Exhibition, 5th: Sculpture from Twenty Nations, 1967.

Note:

See also I. Correspondence

* Amsterdam (Netherlands) Stedelijk Museum

* Armitage, Kenneth, 1916-2002

* Arp, François; re: Arp, Jean, 1887-1966

* Arp, Marguerite; re: Arp, Jean, 1887-1966

* Bényi, László

* Bury, Pol, 1922-

* Caro, Anthony, 1924-

* Christo, 1935-

* Colla, Ettore, 1896-1968

* Emmerick, André

* Fischbach Gallery

* Flack, Ann J.

* Flavin, Dan, 1933-1996

* Galerie Breteau

* Galerie Claude Bernard

* Galerie Denise René

* Galerie Maeght (Paris, France)

* Galerie Müller Stuttgart

* Galerie Paul Facchetti (see: oversize)

* Haese, Ursula

* Jakimowicz, Andrzej

* Jarnuskiewicz, Jerzy

* Kemeny, Madeleine, 1906-1993

* Kowalski, Piotr

* Lipchitz, Jacques

* Marini, Marino, 1901-1980

* Meštrovic, Matko, 1933-

* Miyawaki, Aiko, 1929-

* Moderna galerija (Ljubljana, Slovenia)

* Murray, Robert

* Musée national d’art moderne (France)

* Muzej savremene umetnosti

* Muzeum Narodowe w Warszasie

* National Gallery of Canada

* Nederlandse Kunststichting

* Negret, Edgar

* Panicali, Carla

* Pfahler, George Karl

* Poland. Centralne Biuro Wystaw Artystycznych

* Porebski, Mieczyslaw, 1921-

* Radio Free America

* Restany, Pierre

* Rickey, George

* Selz, Peter Howard, 1919-

* Serrano, Pablo, 1908-1985

* Skovram, Anita

* Stanislawski, Ryszard, 1921-

* Stazewski, Henryk, 1894-1988

* Stele, France

* Tokyo Gallery

* Tršar, Drago

* Turnbull, William, 1922-

* Urbanowicz, Bogdan

* Vaništa, Josip, 1924-

* Wilhelm-Lehmbruck-Museum der Stadt Duisburg

* Wojciechowski, Alexander

* Yuhara, Kazuo, 1930-



See also IV. Research; Artists

* Burgoyne, Diller

* Consagra, Pietro

* Giacometti, Alberto

* Kresler, Frederick

* Kemeny, Zoltan

Box Folder

Travel, expense, report, travel report, list of contacts, 1967.

12 687

Exhibition Catalog, 1967.

12 688

Trip to Yugoslavia; miscellaneous, 1967; 1965-1966.

12 689

B.  Contemporary Art in Poland/Contemporary Art in Yugoslavia, 1969-1970.

Box Folder

notes, lists, two unknown letters, 1969-1970.

12 690

Typecript: "Contemporary Painting and Graphics in Poland, 1969-1970.

12 691

Typecript: "Contemporary Painting and Graphics in Yugoslavia, 1969-1970.

12 692

C.  Jean Arp Memorial Exhibition, 1969.

Box Folder

Shelf list for exhibition, list of lenders, photographs of Arp's work, 1969.

12 693

D.  David Smith Retrospective at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1969.

Box Folder

Press release, 1969.

12 694

Memorabilia from exhibition: photograph, invitation, "Medals for Dishonor" booklet by David Smith, 1969.

12 695

Research and notes; Article, manuscript for the David Smith catalog, 1969.

12 696

Photographs and image proofs for the David Smith catalog, 1969.

12 697

Drawings; copies, 1969.

12 698

Matulka, Jan, 1890-1972; photographs of his work, 1969.

12 699

Inventory, loan lists, notes, 1969.

12 700

Muller, Wolf F.: copy of a letter to Chanin, Margit W., 1969.

12 701

E.  Contemporary Japanese Art. Fifth Japan Art Festival Exhibition, December 1970-January 1971.

Box Folder

1968 correspondence from Fry, Edward F.; schedule: production and plans; wall list, December 1970-January 1971.

12 702

Press release, December 1970-January 1971.

12 703

Japan Art Festival Association: exhibition catalog information; typescripts; invoice and packing list of works, December 1970-January 1971.

12 704

Japan: The New Art, 1970: documentary film, synopsis and transcript, interviews with Japanese artists and commentary by Edward F. Fry, December 1970-January 1971.

12 705

Butcher, George: design and exhibition consultant, December 1970-January 1971.

12 706

Philadelphia Civic Center Museum, December 1970-January 1971.

12 707

Terada, Takeshiro: image and instructions for the exhibition, December 1970-January 1971.

12 708

F.  Barnett Newman Dinner, October 19, 1971.

Box Folder

"Barnett Newman Dinner" list of attendees, October 19, 1971.

12 709

G.  Constructivist Exhibition, ca. 1970.

Box Folder

"Constructivist Exhibition" Planning: outlines, articles, contacts, ca. 1970.

12 710

Tatlin, Vladamir Egrafovitch, 1885-1953: research file 10 photographs, notecards, ca. 1970.

12 711

H.  Robert Morris: The Mind/Body Problem, January-April 1991.

Box Folder

Checklists for the exhibition, January-April 1991.

12 712

I.  Hans Haacke: Systems, 1963-1970.

Box Folder

outline and installation, exhibition proposal, Fry's notes and estimated costs, 1963-1970.

13 713

April 5, 1971 - cancellation of the exhibition, press release, Fry's notes, 1963-1970.

13 714

Haacke, Hans, 1936-: correspondence, articles, 1963-1970.

13 715

Bohner, Blythe, 1963-1970.

13 716

Botts, Edward, 1963-1970.

13 717

Bucher, François, 1963-1970.

13 718

Collins, George R. (George Roseborough), 1917-1993, 1963-1970.

13 719

Deitch, Daniel, 1963-1970.

13 720

Donaldson, Andrew G., 1963-1970.

13 721

Guerilla Art Action Group, 1963-1970.

13 722

Haffenreffer, Karl, 1963-1970. see: V. Memorabilia, Box 49.

13 723

Holtzmann, Harry, 1963-1970.

13 724

Judd, Donald, 1928-1994, 1963-1970.

13 725

Kertess, Klaus, 1963-1970.

13 726

Kozloff, Max, 1963-1970.

13 727

McCoy, Garrett, 1963-1970.

13 728

Reise, Barbara, 1963-1970.

13 729

Walsh, John, 1937-, 1963-1970.

13 730

Wise, Howard, 1963-1970.

13 731

Young, Dennis, 1963-1970.

13 732

1967-1988 Hans Haacke, exhibition catalogs and installations Burnham, Jack, 1931- "Hans Haacke: Wind & Water Sculpture" 1967 Documenta 8, 1969-1970.

13 733

Copies of articles re: Hans Haacke, 1963-1970.

13 734

Book "Hans Haacke" 1972 Typescript with Fry's notes, 1963-1970. See: M. Dumont Schauberg (Firm).

13 735

1962-1970: Typescript and ms. of artist's statements by Hans Haacke, 1963-1970.

13 736

Essay: "Hans Haacke and Political Art" [1990?], 1963-1970.

13 737

Newspaper clippings, articles, publicity, 1971-1972, 1963-1970.

13 738

Index cards of Haacke's work (8 cards), 1963-1970.

13 739

Drawing (artist unknown) Hans Haacke Edward F. Fry, 1963-1970.

13 740

J.  Documenta 8, Kassel, Germany, 1987.

Box Folder

Documenta GmbH (Documenta 7th: 1982: Kassel, Germany), 1987.

12 741

Documenta 8, Kassel, Germany: Documenta 8th 1987 Kassel, Germany Essay: "Documenta 8" by Manfred Schneckenburger, ms. notes by Edward F. Fry, 1987.

14 742

Documenta 8, Kassel, Germany: Artschwager, Richard, 1921- Typescript: artist's biography by Edwards F. Fry.

14 743

Documenta 8, Kassel, Germany: Frangos, Seva; Re: representation at Documenta 8, 1987.

14 744

Documenta 8, Kassel, Germany: Marter, Joan M. recommendation of artist Ben-Haim, Zigi, 1945-, 1987.

14 745

Documenta 8, Kassel, Germany: Documenta GmbH (Documenta 8th 1987 Kassel, Germany) Memorabilia, notes, clippings, business cards, maps, schedules, 1987.

14 746

Documenta 8, Kassel, Germany: Japanese Artists (list of artists and galleries), 1987.

14 747

K.  Japanese artists' biographies.

Box Folder

Abe, Mamoru, 1947-.

14 748

Endō Toshikatsu, 1950-.

14 749

Fuji, Hiroshi.

14 750

Hara Bijutsukan (Tokyo, Japan).

14 751

Hirabayashi, Kaoru.

14 752

Kitatsuji, Yoshihisa.

14 753

Kokuritsu Kindai Bijutsukan (Japan).

14 754

Miyawaki, Aiko, 1929-.

14 755

Nomura, Hitoshi, 1945-.

14 756

Sekiguchi, Atsuhito, 1958-.

14 757

Senzaki, Chieo.

14 758

FolSumi, Wakiro.

14 759

Yoshimoto, Sakzy.

14 760

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III.  Writings. 9 boxes.

Series Description

208 folders divided into five sections.

A. Thesis: 1 box, 8 folders Fry’s undergraduate thesis, typescript and research B. Cubism: 2 boxes, 33 folders Fry’s book published in 1966 contains typescripts drafts and research C. Essays and articles: 2 boxes, 64 folders Arranged alphabetically by title, includes typescripts and handwritten drafts D. Lectures: 2 boxes, 74 folders Arranged chronologically, chiefly handwritten E. Courses: 2 boxes, 25 folders Arranged alphabetically by institution, includes syllabi and lecture notes.

A.  Thesis.

Box Folder

Course notes [Romanesque], Professor Louis Grodecki, Harvard University, 1959.

15 761

Essay/Thesis "Thierry and Champart at Jumièges: the Construction of Notre-Dame and the Romanesque Capitals" p. 1-35, ms. notes by Grodecki, Louis, 1910-1982, 1960.

15 762

Essay/Thesis "Thierry and Champart at Jumièges: the Construction of Notre-Dame and the Romanesque Capitals" figures 1-19, 1960.

15 763

Essay/Thesis "Thierry and Champart at Jumièges: the Construction of Notre-Dame and the Romanesque Capitals" figures 20-37, 1960.

15 764

Draft: "Notre Dame de Jumièges: The Sequence of Construction and the Romanesque Capitals", 1958?.

15 765

Outline for essay: "Jumièges: Abbey Church of Notre Dame", 1958?.

15 766

Research for essay: Abbaye de Jumièges, 1 booklet, photographs.

15 767

Research for essay: Abbaye de Jumièges, photographs and notes.

15 768

Research for essay: Abbaye de Jumièges, 1 photograph.

15 769

B.  Cubism, 1964-1966. see Box 55 for Fry's master copy of Cubism.

Box Folder

Book: Cubism by Edward F. Fry: typescript with notes; manuscript; drafts; notes and outlines; research on Picasso; copied articles; rights and reproductions.

16 770-786

African Art Photographs.

17 787

Allarad, Roger, 1885-1942.

17 788

Apollinaire, Guillaume, 1880-1918.

17 789

Burgess, Gelett, 1866-1951.

17 790

Claris, Edmund.

17 791

Duchamp-Villon, Rymond, 1876-1918.

17 792

Galerie Georges Giroux.

17 793

Gris, Juan, 1887-1927.

17 794

Kahnweiler, Daniel Henry, 1884-1979.

17 795-796

Léger, Fernand, 1881-1955.

17 797

Metzinger, Jean, 1883-1956.

17 798

Raynal, Maurice.

17 799

Photocopies of articles from French Publications.

17 800-802

Book reviews from the German translation of Cubism.

17 803

C.  Essays and Articles.

Box Folder

"Albert Gleizes at the Guggenheim", 1964.

18 804

"American Modern and Baroque" re: Aycock, Alice, 1990.

18 805

"Art in New York, Past and Present: From Art World to Art Market", August 1987.

18 806

"Art of Sculpture".

18 807

"Aspects of Cézanne's Still-Life Paintings, 1873-1900" with 7 leaves of images, ca. 196?.

18 808

"Beverly Pepper: As Earth is to Sky;" [published in Beverly Pepper: Sculpture 1971-1975, San Francisco Museum of Art], 1975.

18 809

"Baraque, Cubism, and the French Tradition", 1982.

18 810

"Braque, le cubisme et la tradition française," published in Braque: les papiers colles, Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou, 1982.

18 811

"A Central European Miscellany", 1968 or 1969.

18 812

"Color Errors in the Reproduction of Titian's Rape of Europa", 1960s.

18 813

"Computers and Their Potential Applications in Museums", 1968.

18 814

Reprint: "Computers and Their Potential Applications in Museums", 1968.

18 815

Galley: "Convergence of Traditions: the Cubism of Picasso and Braque", November 1991.

18 816

Transcript re: "Convergence of Traditions: the Cubism of Picasso and Braque," Picasso ad Braque Symposium, Museum of Modern Art, November 1990.

18 817

[Draft?] "Convergence of Traditions: the Cubism of Picasso and Braque;" extensive ms. notes by N.C.S., 1990.

18 818

Draft: "Convergence of Traditions: the Cubism of Picasso and Braque;" includes comments through correspondence, Lynn Zelevansky, Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.), May 1990.

18 819

Research for: "Convergence of Traditions: the Cubism of Picasso and Braque;", 1990.

18 820

"Cubism 1907-1908: An Early Eyewitness Account" published in Art Bulletin, vol. 48, no. 1, 1966.

18 821

"Cubist and Abstract Sculpture, 1945-1970"; ms. notes.

18 822

Outline: "Cubist Sculpture".

18 823

"Czech Cubism in a European Context", October 1990. see: Lahoda, Vojtěch.

18 824

Research for: "Czech Cubism in a European Context"; photocopies of images, 1990.

18 825

Draft: "Economics of Visual Arts".

18 826

Diagrams and tables re theory: "Epistemological Dualisms in the Western Artistic Tradition", 1979.

18 827

"The Future of Art", 1969.

18 828

"Innovation in Sculpture".

18 829

"Jack Krueger: the Aesthetics of Ecology", after 1968.

18 830

"James Rosenquist", [1964 or 1965].

18 831

"Menashe Kadishman: the Forest", April 1970.

18 832

"For Kadishman", May 1985.

18 832

Review: "Kaspar Thomas Lenk". see: Fischbach Gallery.

18 833

"Larry Poons: a Clean and Balanced World?", published in Art News, v. 65, February 1967.

18 834

[Research essay] [Laurens, Henri, 1885-1954].

18 835

"Lipchitz's 'Images of Italy'".

18 836

Research for essay re: Lipchitz, Jacques, 1891-1973, includes contact sheet and negatives.

18 837

Draft: "Modernity to Modernism".

18 838

"National Styles and the International Avant-garde", includes diagram, 1969.

18 839

"A New Modernity", after 1986.

18 840

"A Note on Picasso and Tatlin", 1988-1989.

19 841

Draft: "A Note on Picasso and Tatlin", 1988.

19 842

Research: "A Note on Picasso and Tatlin"; includes images, 1988. see: oversize.

19 843

"Picasso, Cubism and Reflexivity"; published in Art Journal, 1988.

19 844

Proof: "Picasso, Cubism and Reflexivity" with letter and comments from Art Journal, September 1988.

19 845

[pre-proof]: "Picasso, Cubism and Reflexivity" [1988].

19 846

[Draft] "Picasso, Cubism and Reflexivity", 1983-1984.

19 847

Draft: "Picasso's Guitar and the summit of Cubism, 1912-1913", ca. 1987.

19 848

Research: "Picasso's Guitar and the summit of Cubism, 1912-1913"; notes, articles, image.

19 849

Research: "Picasso's Guitar and the summit of Cubism, 1912-1913"; notes and images.

19 850

"Piero Dorazio and the Crisis of European Values", re: exhibition "Piero Dorazio: a Restrospective", Albright-Knox Gallery, 1979.

19 851

Notes: "Piero Dorazio and the Crisis of European Values", 1979.

19 852

"Response to Vojtěch Lahoda". see: "Czech Cubism in a European Context" [1991-1992].

19 853

"Review of Primitivism in 20th-century Art", ca. 1984.

19 854

"Robert Morris: the Grand Rapids Project".

19 855

"Roy Lichtenstein".

19 856

"Roy Lichtenstein: the Inner Style".

19 857

"The Spectrum of Arts at Moore", June 1989.

19 858

"Tatlin and Paris, 1913-1916", 1988. see: "A Note on Picasso and Tatlin".

19 859

“Titian’s Sacred and Profane Love”; edited typescript with comments from Portfolio Magazine for the Visual Arts, published Oct./Nov. 1979, 1979.

19 860

Draft: "Titian's Sacred and Profane Love", 1979.

19 861

Research: "Titian's Sacred and Profane Love"; outlines and draft, 1979.

19 862

Research: "Titian's Sacred and Profane Love"; images, articles, notes.

19 863

Research: "Titian's Sacred and Profane Love"; articles and notes.

19 864

Draft: "Words, Images and Modernism".

19 865

Introduction: [Contemporary Sculpture].

19 866

Outline: "Modern Art".

19 867

Partial ms.: [Modern Art].

19 868

D.  Lectures.

Box Folder

[Art of the 1960s], Yale University, 1970 February 26.

20 869

“What Are Museums and Why Do They Exist?”, Mount Clair State College, includes research for lecture, 1971 November 4.

20 870

[Specific Aspects of Post-World War II Sculpture], Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1972 January.

20 871

[Artists and Outsiders], Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1972 March 7.

20 872

“Modernism and Maniera in 20th-century Art”, Princeton University, 1972 May 9.

20 873

“Art of the 1960s”, Chapel Hill [University of North Carolina], 1972 Spring.

20 874

[Georges Braque], Art Institute of Chicago, 1972 October.

20 875

[20th-century Sculpture], Grand Rapids, Mich., 1973 October 1.

20 876

“Conceptual Art, Historicism, and the Duchampian Ready-Made”, University of Guelph, 1973 November 1.

20 877

“Primitivism and Historicism in 20th-century Art”, Bryn Mawr College and Haverford College, 1974 February 20.

20 878

[Sculpture], Fall Hills, N.J, 1974 October 5.

20 879

“Marcel Duchamp’s Bottle Rack: The History of an Idea”, University of Virginia, 1974 November 15.

20 880

“Post-Modernist Sculpture” [Modernism: Meaning after World War II], Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.), 1975 May 6.

20 881

“Jackson Pollock as Exemplar of the American Cultural Dilemma”, Harvard University, 1975 July 31.

20 882

“Art of the 1970s: Part I,” University of Hartford, 1975 October 16.

20 883

“Evolution of Tatlin’s Art,” Yale University, 1975 October 30.

20 884

“Sculpture of the 1960s and 1970s,” University of Pennsylvania, 1975 November 4.

20 885

“Cubist Tradition in Modern Sculpture,” Toronto A G O, 1975 November 21.

20 886

“? of Investigation of Meanings, Iconologies of Recent Art,” University of Pennsylvania, 1975 November 25.

20 887

“Cubism and the Classical Tradition,” Smithsonian Institution, 1976 February 21.

20 888

Research for “Cubism and the Classical Tradition” notes and 5 photographs, 1976 February 21.

20 889

“Constructivisim in Poland,” Detroit Institute of Arts, 1976 March 3.

20 890

“Present Situation of American Art,” University of Delaware, 1976 May 11.

20 891

“U.S. as Center of Art Since c. 1950," New York, 1976 October 16.

20 892

“Question of Medium and [Identity],” Yale University, 1976 October 21.

20 893

“Observations on Cubism,” Williams College, 1977 March 11.

20 894

“A Look at some Emerging New Tendencies in Contemporary Art and Their Relations to Immediate Past,” Colgate University, 1977 April 30.

20 895

“Earth Projects in Europe and the U.S.,” Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1977 Fall.

20 896

”Cézanne and Modern Art: Dualities in the Modern Tradition,” Colgate University, 1977 December 8.

20 897

“Cézanne and the Western Tradition,” Houston, Texas, 1978 February 25.

20 898

“Problem of Realism in Modern Art,” University of New Mexico, 1978 March 27.

20 899

“[Burns] Collection of Prints: A Cross Section of [?] Recent Modern Art,” Jaffe Lecture, Union College (Schenectady, N.Y.), 1978 April 20.

20 900

“Idea and Experiment in Recent Art,” Art Gallery of Ontario, 1978 May 18.

20 901

“Picasso, Tatlin and the Western Tradition,” University of Pennsylvania; 1979 May, University of South Florida, 1979 April.

20 902

“Cézanne, Picasso and the Classic Tradition,” Amherst College, 1979 October 18.

20 903

“Contemporary American Art,” Tampa Art Alliance, 1980 February 20.

20 904

"[Constructivist] and Related Art," [Carnegie Mellon University], 1980 October 6.

20 905

“Futurism and the Futurist-Cubist Interaction, 1911-1914: Special Attention to Boccioni,” includes research and notes, 1980 October.

20 906

“Cubism and Russian Art, c. 1912-1915," Carnegie Institute, 1980 November 1. see: Box 59, folder1154, research.

20 907

[Life without Picasso and 20th-century Art], University of Pittsburgh, 1980 December 11.

20 908

“Picasso’s 1912 Guitar,” College Art Association of America. Meeting 69th Annual, 1981 February 25-28.

20 909

“Picasso’s 1912 Guitar,” College Art Association of America, includes notes, 1981 February.

20 910

Research for: “Picasso’s 1912 Guitar,” notes and 13 photographs, 1981.

20 911

“Picasso and Cubism,” City University of New York (CUNY), 1982 May.

21 912

“David Smith and the Land,” conference, Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1982 November 6.

21 913

“Picasso and [the] Classical Tradition,” York University (Toronto, Ont.), 1982 November.

21 914

[Max, Experience, Knowledge], conference, International Association of Art Critics (New York), 1983 February 14.

21 915

[Minotaur as an Image . . .], Surrealism conference, Eckerd College, 1983 February 25.

21 916

I. Classical Art to Modern, Modernism Conference. Musée national d’art moderne. Centre Georges Pompidou (France), 1983 April 27.

21 917

II. The Great Dialectict of Modernism, Modernism Conference. Musée national d’art moderne. Centre Georges Pompidou (France), 1983 May 4.

21 917

III. The End of Modernism?, Modernism Conference. Musée national d’art moderne. Centre Georges Pompidou (France), 1983 May 11.

21 918

IV. Towards a Theory of Modernism. Modernism Conference. Musée national d’art moderne. Centre Georges Pompidou (France), 1983 May 19.

21 918

[Nature of French Tradition and Modernism with in that Tradition], Museum of Fine Arts (St. Petersburg, Fla.), 1983 September.

21 919

[Cubism], University of California, Berkeley. University Art Museum, 1984 February 28.

21 920

“A Critique of Modernism; What is Modernism?,” University of California, Berkeley, 1984 February 29.

21 921

[Picasso], University of Pittsburgh, 1985 January.

21 922

I. “Portrait: Pollock’s Art and Life,” University of Pittsburgh, 1985 February 27.

21 923

II. “Dream: Pollock, the Mind/Body Problem ...”, 1985 March 6.

21 923

“The Privateness of David Smith’s Public Art,” Symposium, Modern Monumental Sculpture, Columbia University, 1985 April 26.

21 924

“A Critical Overview of Contemporary Art,” Bryn Mawr College, 1986 April 11.

21 925

“Contemporary Art: Modernism, Post-Modernism, Neo-Modernism,” Tokyo Art University, 1986 May 27.

21 926

“Benton, America and Modernity,” Symposium, Thomas Hart Benton: An American Original, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, 1987 April 11.

21 927

“Modernity,” University of Tel Aviv, 1987 November 11.

21 928

“A New Modernity: Documenta 8 and Contemporary Art,” Iceland, 1987 or 1988.

21 929

“Kiefer and German Art Since 1945," University of the Arts (Philadelphia, Pa.), 1988 April 4.

21 930

“Documenta 8 and the State of Modernity,” University of South Florida, 1988 April 5.

21 931

“An American Dilemma: Evolution of Modernity After Pollock,” Amherst College, 1989 April 3.

21 932

[Picasso and Braque], Symposium, Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.), in relation to the exhibition "Picasso and Braque: Pioneering Cubism," September 24, 1989-January 16, 1990, 1989 October 26. see: “Convergence of Traditions: the Cubism of Picasso and Braque” November 1991, folder 816.

21 933

[Robert Motherwell], Montclair Art Museum, 1989 November.

21 934

“Crisis of Purpose in Contemporary Art,” Ivy League Club of Tampa Bay. University of South Florida, 1989 December 6.

21 935

“Picasso as Auto-analyst: The Minotauromachia and Lacan,” conference, University of Puget Sound, 1991 April 19-21.

21 936

“American Art Since the 1970s,” Bryn Mawr College, 1991 April 30.

21 937

[Kramář, Czechoslovakia and Cubism], 1991. see: Lahoda, Vojtech.

21 938

lecture? "Stephen Antonakos", undated.

21 939

draft of lecture [Cézanne and Manet], Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.), undated.

21 940

partial lecture [20th century Sculpture], undated.

21 941

[Modernism], undated.

21 942

[20th-century Sculpture], undated.

21 943

E.  Courses.

Box Folder

Colgate University, 1976 and 1978.

22 944-946

Harvard University, 1961, 1964, 1975.

22 947-950

University of Pennsylvania, 1978.

22 951

University of Pittsburgh, 1980, 1984-1986.

22 952-958

University of South Florida, 1980-1983.

22 959-962

Yale University, 1972, 1975.

23 963-966

York University, 1973.

23 967-968

Student Paper, undated.

23 969

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IV.  Research. 17 boxes.

Series Description

86 folders (1150 items) divided into three sections.

A. Artist files: 4 boxes, 86 folders Arranged alphabetically by artist, contains some photographs and slides B. Note cards: 3 boxes Preserved in the original arrangement of Edward F. Fry and rehoused in archival boxes. Handwritten research on artists and their works includes some photographs C. Photographs: 8 boxes, 1150 items Albums containing photographs of artist’s works. Photographs are housed in mylar and some mounted on archival paper and housed in mylar. Arranged by artist and works of art in chronological order with the exception of Pablo Picasso. This album has a sub-series. Some photographs with ms. notes by Fry.

A.  Artists.

Box Folder

Allen, Terry.

24 970

Alviani, Getulio, 1939-. See also: Box 59, folder 1155; blueprint for Mudulo, 1964; folder 1162.

24 971

Applebroog, Ida.

24 972

Armleder, John.

24 973

Atkinson, Conrad, 1940-.

24 974

Banbridge, Eric, 1955-.

24 975

Barrett, Daniel, 1927-; Fry's essay, 4 photographs.

24 976

Berkley, Bill, 1946-.

24 977

Berthot, Jake, 1939-.

24 978

Bickerton, Ashley, 1959-.

24 979

Bidlo, Mike.

24 980

Biennale di Venezia (42nd: 1986), Germany (East), 2 photographs.

24 981

Bolande, Jennifer, 1957-.

24 982

Burgin, Victor "Modernism in the Work of Art".

24 983

Burgoyne, Diller.

24 984

Byron, Michael, 1954-.

24 985

Chandler, Michael.

24 986

Charlesworth, Sarah.

24 987

Carlson, Mary, 1951-.

24 988

Consagra, Pietro, 1920-.

24 989

Cresci, Fabio.

24 990

Davenport, Gloria.

24 991

Dennis, Jeffrey.

24 992

Dietman, Erik, 1937-.

24 993

Dlubak, Zbigniew.

24 994

Eloul, Kosso, 1920-1966.

24 995

Falguière, Jean-Alexandre-Joseph, 1831-1900.

24 996

Finn, David, 1952.

24 997

Garelli, Franco.

25 998

General Idea (Firm).

25 999

Giacometti, Alberto, 1901-1966.

25 1000

Gilbert & George.

25 1001

Gleizes, Albert, 1881-1953.

25 1002

Goldenstein, Jack, 1945-2003.

25 1003

Gormley, Anthony.

25 1004

Grosvenor, Robert, 1937-.

25 1005

Group Material (Firm: New York, N.Y.).

25 1006

Hollis, Doug.

25 1007

Holzer, Jenny, 1950-.

25 1008

Hull, John, 1952-.

25 1009

Humphrey, David, 1955-.

25 1010

Hutchinson, Peter, 1930-.

25 1011

Insley, Will, 1929-.

25 1012

Kamrowski, Gerome.

25 1013

Kiesler, Frederick.

25 1014

Kostabi, Mark, 1960-.

25 1015

Kruger, Barbara, 1945-.

25 1016

Lawler, Louise.

25 1017

Leccia, Ange, 1952-.

25 1018

Lemieux, Annette, 1957-.

25 1019

Levine, Les, 1935-.

25 1020

Longo, Robert.

25 1021

Manuelli, Colombo.

25 1022

Manzú, Giacomo, 1908-1991.

25 1023

Menard, Andrew.

25 1024

Mončys, Antanas, 1921-1993. See also: Box 59, folder 1164, exhibition posters.

25 1025

Newman, Barnett, 1905-1970.

25 1026

Otterness, Tom, 1952-.

25 1027

Örn, Gunnar.

25 1028

Pace, Roberto.

25 1029

Paone, Peter.

25 1030

"Tlenek Zasobow" by Partum, Andrzej et. al.; book privately published 1970.

25 1031

Peña, Rolando, 1942-.

25 1032

Piper, Adrian, 1948-.

25 1033

Popova, L.M. (Liú`bov´ Mikhaïlovna).

25 1034

Porter, Katherine, 1941-.

25 1035

Prince, Richard, 1949-.

25 1036

Pusey, Stephen.

25 1037

PULSA: Yale University. School of Art and Architecture. See also: Box 59, Folder 1168; article.

26 1038

Rohrbach, Brigitta.

26 1039

Rosenthal, Ted.

26 1040

Ruscha, Edward.

26 1041

Salvatore Ala Gallery (New York, N.Y.).

26 1042

Schwitters, Kurt, 1887-1948.

26 1043

Sekiguchi, Atsuhito, 1958-.

26 1044

Syrop, Mitchell.

26 1045

Therrien, Robert, 1947-.

26 1046

Tracy, Michael.

26 1047

Uddin, Snafigue.

26 1048

Uecker, Günther, 1930-.

26 1049

Wilding, Alison, 1948-.

26 1050

Wilding, Walter.

26 1051

Zych, Anthony.

26 1052

unknown.

26 1053

“Exposition Kemeny,” Musée National d’art moderne, Paris, with Fry’s notes, 1966.

27 1054

Galerie Paul Facchetti, catalog and 15 photographs.

27 1055

Kemeny, Madeleine, 1906-1993; 46 photographs, 2 envelopes. .

27 1056

B.  Notecard Files.

Arrangement note

Index card files have been maintained in the original order in which Edward F. Fry arranged them.

Box Item

Smith, David, 1906-1965. Chronological card file of David Smith's work. Includes provenance. See also: David Smith, a Retrospective, 1969, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1932-1965.

28

Lipchitz, Jacques, 1891-1973 (chronological card file, includes catalog of works with photographs and references) Lauren, Henri, 1885-1954 (chronological card file, includes photographs and references), undated.

29 1-301, 651-812a
Card file arranged by subject for Cubism, including: Bibliography, folded pages of notes, some photographs, exhibition history, theory, undated.
Scope and Contents note

Subjects include: Picasso, Pablo, 1881-1973; Braque, Georges, 1882-1963; Boccioni, Umberto, 1882-1916; Gris, Juan, 1887-1927; Leger, Fernand, 1881-1956; Gleizes, Albert, 1881-1953

30 1-952a

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C.  Photographs.

Box Item

Photographs of works, arranged chronologically. Arp, Jean, 1887-1966, 1914-1965. see: Guggenheim International Exhibition 5th 1967 Jean Arp Memorial Exhibition 1969, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

31 1-94

Photographs of works, arranged chronologically. Laurens, Henri, 1885-1954, 1912-1919.

32 95-172

Photographs of works, arranged chronologically, Laurens, Henri, 1885-1954, 1920-1929.

33 173-229

Photographs of works, arranged chronologically, Lipchitz, Jacques, 1891-1973, 1911-1928.

34 230-326

Photographs of works, Picasso, Pablo, 1881-1973, 1907-1920; 1961. arrangement: Picasso’s studio, 1908-1913 Sketch books, June-September 1912 (2 leaves of notes by Edward F. Fry) Drawings, sketches, 1910-1920 Collages, 1912-1914 Paintings, 1907-1918, 1930 Sculpture, 1908-1914, 1961.

35 327-429

Photographs in original arrangement, from albums created by Edward F. Fry, chiefly chronological. Smith, David, 1906-1965.

36-38 883-995

Works arranged chronologically. Smith, David, 1906-1965.

39 996-1041

Drawings and sketches arranged chronologically. David Smith, 1906-1965. see: David Smith Retrospective, 1969; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

40 1042-1113

Photographs from an unknown exhibition; Sculpture exhibition in Uruguay, ca. 1969.

41 1114-1150

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V.  Memorabilia. 11 boxes.

Series Description

Divided into three sections.

A. Programs and Newsletters, 1 box. Arranged alphabetically by organization

B. Education, 3 boxes. Arranged chronologically

C. Personal Memorabilia: notebooks, awards, and photographs

Box Folder

Haverford School: report cards, commencement programs, awards, photographs, school essays, 1947-1953.

42 1057-1081

Science Awards and memberships.

42 1064-1066

Princeton University: transcripts, course essays some with professor's comments, courses and lecture notes, 1953-1957. see: Box 59, Folder 1157; The Daily Princetonian, April 26-29, 1966; Box 59, Folder 1165; drawing.

42 1067-1081

Harvard University: Course syllabi, course notes, and course essays, Ph.D. written exam requirements, miscellaneous, 1957-1960. see: Dekental, Frederick B.; Gombrich, E. H. (Ernst Hans), 1909-2001 .

43 1082-1099

Fry, Edward F.: Curriculum vitae, ca. 1978-1991.

44 1100

Press release of Fry's position at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, October 12, 1967.

44 1101

Clippings, Fry's obituary, April 1992.

44 1102

Identification cards from International art events.

44 1103

Travel itinerary, June-July 1968.

44 1104

Personal diary, Paris; UNESCO-8 Leaves, October 25-37, 1981.

44 1105

Notes, trip to Budapest (Hungary), 1965.

44 1106

Booklets: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Fellowships, 971, 1973-1974.

44 1107

Correspondence re: cameras and photography, business cards and notes.

44 1108

Bank credit statements.

44 1109

Bills, Credit applications, receipts.

44 1110

Miscellaneous brochures and gallery guides.

44 1111

Miscellaneous notes.

44 1112

Directions.

44 1113

Newspaper clippings, October 1970.

44 1114

American Society for Aesthetics, 1991.

45 1115

Art Gallery of Ontario, Exhibition Catalog, New Alchemy: Elements, Systems, Forces, 1969.

45 1116

Chicago Horticultural Society "Art Policy".

45 1117

College Art Association: 1970 Election of Board, Fry, Edward F., 1970.

45 1118

College Art Association: Meeting, proposal for 20th Century Sculpture session, [1975?].

45 1119

College Art Association: "Marxism and Art History Session: 1976; essay abstracts, 1976.

45 1120

College St. Pierre (Port-au-Prince, Haiti)-Press release, 1972.

45 1121

Daimler-Benz Aktiengesellschaft, exhibition catalog, 1986.

45 1122

Newsletter: "Environmentals: Man Art Community", 1970.

45 1123

Flyers for lectures.

45 1124

Fogg Art Museum, Newsletter, February 1964, re: Gris, Juan, 1887-1927.

45 1125

Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium.

45 1126

International Sculpture Conference, 1992; Brochure.

45 1127

Kuspit, Donald B. (Donald Burton), Arts Magazine article; 1990.

45 1128

New Art Association Newsletters, 1970-1971.

45 1129

Pennsylvania Governor. Sculpture Commission, 1989.

45 1130

Princeton Alumni Weekly, 1961.

45 1131

Program: "Response", Princeton University, 1966.

45 1132

San Francisco State College, Bibliography: Art Dept.

45 1133

Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1968.

45 1134

York Gazette, 1973 and 1974.

45 1135

York University (Toronto, Ontario); Fall Convocation Program, 1973.

45 1136

Haverford School Yearbook, 1953.

46

Two notebooks, Harvard University, fall 1957.

47

Three notebooks, Harvard University, 1958, [1957-1960?].

48

Personal photographs, 12 business cards, some with notes or signatures, 36 slides, 1948-1981.

49 1-54

Photograph album; 11 leaves, 2 postcards, Edward F. Fry and Sandra Ericson in Iceland after 1985.

50

Edward F. Fry's calendars, 1962-1971. 11 books.

52

Edward F. Fry's calendars, 1971-1972; 1973-1981; 1983; 6 books; Address books; 4 books; personal journal; June 1966; June 1968; 1 book, 21 leaves with ms. notes; the remainder is blank; passports: 1957, 1961, 1966, 1971, 1981, 1987.

52

Plaque, 1951; 1974 calendar of Dr. Wilfred E. Fry, 1 key in Solomon R. Guggenheim envelope.

53

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VI.  Miscellaneous and Oversized Materials. 8 boxes.

Series Description

2 folders, stored in map drawer, of various oversized materials connected with exhibitions and artists, as well as some magazine articles and newspaper clippings.

Box Folder

Exhibition Catalog, Lucy R. Lippard “557, 087" Seattle, 1969/”955,000" Vancouver, 139 6 x 4" cards (copy 2 incomplete), 1970.

54

Fry, Edward. Cubism, New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co. inscribed on half-title: “Edward Fry (Master copy)” with notations by author in red ink.

55

Catalog: “Vomen van de Kleur (New Shapes of Color),” Amsterdam (Netherlands) Stedelijk Museum inscription on jacket: “Edward F. Fry”, 1966-1967.

56 1137

Research: Israeli Art, 3 catalogs; 1 article “Trends in Israeli Art,” 1965 “Biennale XXXII Venezia 1964," Israele “Biennale XXXIII Venezia 1966," Israele, 1964-1966.

56 1138

Catalog: “Earth Air Fire Water: Elements of Art,” Museum of Fine Arts Boston, 1971.

56 1139

Catalog: “American Abstract Expressionists and Imagists,” Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1961.

56 1140

Arts Magazine, May 1971 “Hans Haacke, the Guggenheim: the Issues,” by Edward Fry; p. 17 “An Interview with Hans Haacke,” by Jeanne Siegel, pp. 18-21, May 1971.

57 1141

ARTnews: Editorial “Artists vs. Museums, continued,” by Hans Haacke, pp. 21 & 58.

57 1142

Studio International, “A Tail of Two Exhibitions: The Aborted Haacke and Robert Morris Shows, “by Barbara Reise, pp. 30-37, July/August 1971.

57 1143-1144

Art in America, No. 1, January/February, 1970.

58 1145

Art in America, No. 2, March/April 1970.

58 1146

Art in America, No. 4, July/August, 1970.

58 1147

Art International, vol. 13/7, "Hans Haacke" by Betite Vinklers, pp. 44-49, September 1969.

58 1148

Artinf: Arte Informa, October 1987.

58 1149

Ms. outline re: contemporary sculpture (4 leaves) one leaf in the hand of Rubin Lipchitz?; other leaves by Edward F. Fry.

59 1150

Copy of article "du Cubisme" from Le Figuiere, no. 3 & 4, 1912-1913. See also: Cubism boxes.

59 1151

Galley proofs Hans Haacke (19 leaves), March 22, 1971.

59 1152

Certificates of Award (2 leaves) Cum Laude Society Haverford School, 1951 Fulbright Scholarship, 1962-1962.

59 1153

Copies of articles in Berlinere Tageblatt, June 10-17, 1913. See also: Lecture: “Cubism and Russian Art”, November 1, 1980.

59 1154

Alviana, Getulio, 1939- Artist's blueprint for Modulo and flyers, 1964. See also: artist’s files.

59 1155

Contemporary Japanese Art: Fifth Japan Art Festival. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Yamamoto, Eishi, 1946-; instructions for installation of Container 4 (Wet and Dry) Exhibition inventory clipping regarding Exhibition, 1970.

59 1156

The Daily Princetonian, re: art and society, April 26-29, 1966.

59 1157

Documenta Press, Kassel; re: Documenta 8, April 1987.

59 1158

Endō, Toshikatsu, 1950-; ms. notes and slides.

59 1159

Flash Art; Statements re: Hans Haacke, May 1971. See also: Haacke, Hans; Messer, Thomas M..

59 1160

Flash Art; "Special Issue on Documenta 5", May/June 1972. See also: Haacke, Hans.

59 1161

Protest poster, 1971. See also: Haacke, Hans.

59 1163

Mončys, Antanas, 1921-1993; exhibition posters, Paris, January 1963.

59 1164

Drawing to Edward F. Fry from "his Princeton Friends", 1966.

59 1165

Newspaper articles and clippings re: David Smith Retrospective, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1969.

59 1166

Tansey, Mark, 1949-; copies of his work with ms. notes by the artist. See also: correspondence.

59 1167

Clipping re: Yale Art School Light Show, [PULSA?], [1968?]. See also: Artist files.

59 1168

Empty envelopes with miscellaneous notes by Edward F. Fry.

59 1169

Newspaper clippings, ca. 1966-1987.

60

Galleys, “Cubist Abstract Sculpture” (6 leaves) Praeger Publishing, Inc., August 11, 1972.

61 1170

Benedit, Luis, 1937- Drawings by the artist with ms. notes and plans, 1 poster, Biennale Venezia XXXV, 1966.

61 1171

Geys, Jef, 1935- 1 Exhibition Poster and flyer, 1986-1987.

61 1172

Piacentino, Gianni, 1945- Postcard and exhibition poster, 1966.

61 1173

Robert Hull Fleming Museum, 1 poster, "Vermont '73", September-October, 1973.

61 1174

Duplicate photographs, Negatives from photographs of David Smith sketchbooks.

62

Negatives of artists' works; research (1-32A).

63

Negatives of artists' works; research (33-48I).

64

7 boxes of microfilm: Le Journal, Nov.- Dec. 1912; Jan.-Dec. 1913.

65

2 audio reel to reel tapes of Edward F. Fry's interview with Radio Free Europe; 12 canisters of film.

66

Burden, Chris, 1946- drawings for "Sex Tower". See also: correspondence.

map drawer 1175

Poster: Lippincott, Inc. large-scale sculpture, New Haven, Connecticut.

map drawer 1176

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