Lucy R. Lippard papers, 1940s-2006, bulk, 1968-1990

A Preliminary Finding Aid to the Lucy R. Lippard Papers, 1940s-2006, bulk 1968-1990, in the Archives of American Art, by Catherine S. Gaines

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Biographical Information

Critic, writer, lecturer, teacher, and curator of exhibitions in the field of contemporary art, Lucy R. Lippard is also a political activist and feminist. She was a founder of several feminist art organizations including WEB, The Women's Art Registry, and Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics. Among her books are Pop Art (1966), Six Years: The Dematerialization of the Art Object (1973), Eva Hesse (1976), Overlay: Contemporary Art and the Art of Prehistory (1983), Get the Message?: A Decade Of Art For Social Change (1984), and Mixed Blessings: New Art in a Multicultural America (1990).

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The Lucy R. Lippard papers measure 47.4 linear feet and are dated 1940s-2006 (bulk 1968-1990). The papers consist of correspondence, printed material, writings, notes, research materials, sound recordings, and photographs. They document Lippard's career as a critic, writer, lecturer, teacher, and curator of exhibitions in the field of contemporary art, as well as her work as a social and political activist. Scattered throughout are a small number of records concerning her personal life.

Found within the collection are Alphabetical Files that are subject/correspondence files for artists/other individuals, galleries/institutions/groups, and subjects. Also found are files that remain unorganized, except for a rough chronological or alphabetical order. These will be integrated when the collection is more fully processed. Both Writings and Exhibitions include manuscripts, notes, related correspondence, and research material. Teaching records consist of notes, reference and research materials, and administrative correspondence. Among the Printed Material is a wide variety of items by Lucy R. Lippard and other authors, much of which overlaps similar material in the Alphabetical Files (Series 1). Sound Recordings consist mainly of interviews with artists conducted by Lippard, interviews with Lippard, and panel discussions on art and political topics. Photographs mostly are of works of art, with some of exhibition installations, people, and miscellaneous subjects.

Arrangement and Series Description

The collection is arranged as seven series:

Subjects and Names

This collection is indexed in the online catalog of the Archives of American Art under the following terms:

Subjects:

  • Evergood, Philip, 1901-1973
  • Reinhardt, Ad, 1913-1967
  • Smith, Tony, 1912-
  • Hesse, Eva, 1936-1970

Subjects-Topical:

  • Art criticism -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Art critics
  • Curators -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Art -- Study and teaching
  • Art, Modern -- 20th century
  • Artists -- Political activity

Types of Materials:

  • Exhibition catalogs
  • Works of art
  • Interviews
  • Photographs
  • Sound recordings

Names:

  • Long, Richard, 1945-
  • Lewitt, Sol, 1928-
  • Edelson, Mary Beth
  • Johnson, Ray, 1927-
  • Christo, 1935-
  • Oldenburg, Claes, 1929-
  • Judd, Donald, 1928-

Provenance

Gift of Lucy R. Lippard, 1972-1995, 2006.

How the Collection was Processed

The papers were processed to a minimal level in April 2004 by Catherine S. Gaines; the addition received in 2006 was processed to a minimal level in 2006 by Ms. Gaines. Portions of the Alphabetical Files remain unorganized and will be merged and integrated at a later date when the collection is more fully processed.


How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

The collection is open for research. Use requires an appointment.

Ownership & Literary Rights

The Lucy R. Lippard papers are owned by the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Literary rights as possessed by the donor have been dedicated to public use for research, study, and scholarship. The collection is subject to all copyright laws.

How to Cite this Collection

Lucy R. Lippard papers, 1940s-2006, bulk 1968-1990. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Alphabetical Files, 1950s-2006
(Boxes 1-24, 58; 24.0 linear ft.)

Alphabetical files consist of correspondence, photographs, printed material, some stray personal financial records, and even a few audio cassettes. It appears that Ms. Lippard had sorted practically all incoming item into very rough alphabetical order. It is very likely that files in each of the subseries titled "Artists/Other Individuals," "Galleries/ Institutions/Groups," and "Subject Files" were segregated by Archives of American Art staff during preliminary processing of the first accrual of Lippard's papers. Some of the materials remain unorganized as noted below and may include overlapping materials; these have been roughly sorted alphabetically or chronologically by decade.

This series is arranged into 5 subseries. These files in 1.4 are still to be merged and are mostly unorganized. The files in 1.5 are also unorganized.

1.1: Artists/Other Individuals, 1960s-1990s

Box
1 Abakamowicz, Magdalene, 1980s
1 Acconci, Vito, 1969-1980s
(2 folders)
1 Adams, Mac, 1971-1972
1 Adzema, Robert, 1971
1 Anderson, Laurie, 1980s
1 Antin, Eleanor, 1971-1973
1 Apple, Billy, 1971-1972
1 Arakawa, 1969
1 Arnatt, Keith, 1969-1972
1 Aschenbrenner, Michael, 1980s
1 Askevold, David, 1970-1973
1 Asher, Michael, 1969-1972
1 Atkinson, Conrad, 1990s
1 Artschwanger, Richard, 1967-1979
1 Atchley, Dana, 1971
1 Bach, Dirk, 1968
1 Barber, Bruce, 1970s-1980s
1 Barry, Robert, 1970s-1980s
1 Barthelme, Rick, 1960s-1970s
1 Bartlett, Jennifer, undated
1 Bas Jan Ader, 1970-1975
1 Baldessari, John, 1971-1973
1 Baumann, Jim, 1972
1 Becher, Bernhard and Hilla, 1980s
1 Beckley, Bill, 1971-1975
1 Benglis, Lynda, 1970s-1980s
1 Beuys, Joseph, 1972-1979
1 Bickart, Pamela, 1972
1 Binns, Vivienne, 1970s-1980s
1 Bjorklund, Lee, undated
1 Blevino, J. R., 1973
1 Bochner, Mel, 1969-1973
1 Bollinger, Bill, 1968-1969
1 Bornstein, Gloria, 1980s
1 Borofsky, Jonathan, 1973-1975
1 Bowen, Jerry, 1971
1 Bowers, Robert, 1971
1 Breakwell, Ian, 1977
1 Brecht, George, 1969
1 Bressler, Gloria Greenberg, undated
1 Broodapple, 1979
1 Broodthaers, Marcel, 1968-1973
1 Brouwn, Stanley, 1969-1976
1 Brower, John, undated
1 Brüning, Peter, 1970
1 Bryant, Barry, 1970
1 Burckhardt, Rudolph, 1970s-1980s
1 Burgin, Victor, 1969-1973
1 Burgy, Donald, 1968-1972
1 Burton, Dennis, 1967
1 Byars, James Lee, 1969-1973
1 Byerley, Gerald, undated
Box
2 Calzolari, 1971
2 Carr, Ron, 1972
2 Carr-Harris, Ian, 1972
2 Carson, Neke, 1971-1972
2 Caruthers-Aiken, Maryanne, 1970s-1980s
2 Castillejo, José Luis, 1970
2 Castle, Frederick, 1960s-1970s
2 Cavellini, Guglielmo Achille, undated
2 Celant, Germano, 1971
2 Celender, Don, 1970s
2 Christo, 1969-1972
2 Cohen, Harold, 1972
2 Collins, James, 1966-1977
2 Colp, Norman B., 1975
2 Colverson, Ian, 1973
2 Cone, Fred Cornell, undated
2 Connell, Clyde, 1970s-1980s
2 Cook, Christopher C., 1970-1974
2 Copp, Fletcher, 1974-1977
2 Coppedge, Arthur, 1972
2 Cotton, Paul, 1969
2 Cowden, Brian, 1974
2 Curman, Billy, 1977
2 Curnoe, Greg, 1969-1971
2 Cutforth, Roger, 1971-1972
2 Darboven, Hanne, 1960s-1980s
(2 folders)
2 Davidovich, Jaime, 1971-1972
2 Davis, Douglas M., 1968
2 Dean, Peter, 1980s
2 De Bretteville, 1980
2 De Maria, Walter, 1969-1974
2 Dempsey, Tom, 1969
2 Denmark, James, 1971
2 De Rosny, Marc, 1970
2 Diao, David, 1972
2 Dias, Antonio, 1969
2 Dibbets, Jan, 1969-1975
2 Dignac, G., 1970
2 Dikeakos, Christos, 1969-1973
2 Dreva, Jerry, 1976-1977
2 Edelson, Mary Beth, 1970s-1980s
(3 folders)
2 Eves, Bruce, 1975
2 Feckner, John/Don Leicht, 1980s
2 Ferguson, Gerald, 1970-1972
2 Ferrer, Raphael, 1970-1973
2 Filliou, Robert, undated
2 Flanagan, Barry, 196-1975
2 Fogelberg, Dan, undated
2 Frazier, Charles, undated
2 Fried, Howard, undated
2 Friedman, Ken, 1965-1972
2 Froese, Dieter, 1971
2 Fulton, Hamish, 1970-1974
Box
3 Galligan, J. A. N., 1973-1976
3 Garner, Bert, 1969
3 Garuba, Mary (see: Sister Lucy)
3 Gasowski, R. E., 1971
3 Gilbert and George, 1970s
3 Ginnever, Chuck, 1971
3 Giorno, John, 1971-1972
3 Glier, Mike, 1980s
3 Goodyear, John, 1971-1972
3 Gordh, Bill, 1960s-1980s
3 Gourfain, Peter, 1969
3 Graves, Nancy, 1970s-1980s
3 Grayson, Roy, 1975
3 Greer, John, undated
3 Graham, Dan, 1966-1975
3 Groh, Klaus, 1971-1973
3 Gross, Alex, 1970
3 Haacke, Hans, 1971
3 Habes, David, undated
3 Hall, David, undated
3 Harrison, Charles and Sandra, undated
3 Hayes, Gerald, undated
3 Hee, Edward, undated
3 Heizer, Mike, 1969
3 Hendricks, Geoff, 1967-1974
3 Hendricks, Jon (see: Guerilla Art Action Group)
3 Henes, Donna, 1970s
(2 folders)
3 Higgins, Dan, 1980s
3 Higgins, E. F., 1973-1975
3 Hockenhill, Jo and Jim, 1969
3 Hollein, Hans, 1969
3 Holzer, Jenny, 1970s-1980s
3 Hompson, Davi Det, 1973
3 Hunter, Alexis, 1970s-1980s
3 Hutchinson, Peter, 1973
3 Iimura, Takahiko, 1967
3 Jacobs, Ken, undated
3 Jacquette, Yvonne, 1980s
3 Jarden, Richards, 1970-1974
3 Jaroslav, Jay Lee, 1973
3 Jensen, Leo, undated
3 Johnson, Ray (see also: New York Corres-Sponge-Dance School), 1968-1974
(2 folders; see also Box 58)
3 Judd, Donald, 1960s-1990s
3 Kahn, Douglas, 1980s
3 Kalkmann, Hans-Werner, 1969-1980
3 Kaltenbach, Stephen, 1970-1972
3 Kaprow, Allan, 1967-1980s
3 Karras, Margia (see: Kramer, Margia)
3 Katz, Alex, 1968
3 Kawara, On, 1970s
Box
4 Kelly, Mary, 1980s
4 Kennedy, Peter, 1970s-1980s
4 Kenney, Annson, 1974
4 Kiddle, Peter and Cathy, 1980s
4 Kinmont, Bob, 1969-1972
4 Kirby, Michael, 1967-1971
4 Kirili, Alan, 1969-1970
4 Kleiner-Weinstock, I., 1974
4 Kloppfenstein, David, 1970
4 Knowles, Alison, 1971-1972
4 Korell, Karen S., 1970-1971
4 Kossuth, Joseph, 1960s-1970s
4 Kramer, Margia, 1970s-1980s
4 Kruger, Barbara, 1980s
4 Kuehn, Gary, 1969
4 Kuehn, George, 1971
4 Kurhajec, Joseph, 1971-1972
4 Kusama, Yayoi, 1960s-1970s
4 Ladda, Justen, 1980s
4 Lamelas, David, 1970s
4 La Noue, Terence, 1970
4 Lampard, James Roland, 1973
4 Leeson, Loraine, 1980s
4 Leicht, Don (see: Feckner, John/Don Leicht)
4 Le Va, Barry, 1974
4 Levine, Les, 1970
4 Lewis, Glenn, 1970
4 LeWitt, Sol, 1970s-1980s
(4 folders)
4 Long, Richard, 1960s-1980s
(2 folders)
4 Louw, Roelof, 1969-1971
4 Lukac, Jenni, undated
4 Lunden, Duane, 1960s-1970s
4 Makla, Robert, 1971
4 Malce, Michael, undated
4 Malloy, Mike, 1971-1972
4 Maloney, Martin, 1970-1971
4 Marioni, Tom (Museum of Conceptual Art), 1969-1975
4 Masi, Denis, undated
4 Mathews, M. V., undated
Box
5 McAfee, Mara, undated
5 McCallion, Barry, 1972
5 McCann, Christopher, 1971
5 McClanahan, Preston, undated
5 McCracken, John, undated
5 McDonald, Arthur, undated
5 McLean, Bruce, 1969-1973
5 Melchert, James, undated
5 Merz, Mario, 1969-1973
5 Metz, Mike, undated
5 Millet, Kate, 1967
5 Morgan, Robert, 1980s
5 Morrel, Marc, 1970
5 Morris, Michael, 1970
5 Morris, Robert, 1966-1972
5 Muntadas, Antonio, undated
5 Murray, Ian, 1970
5 Nading, Lee, 1980s
5 Nadius, Beverly, 1980s
5 Nauman, Bruce, 1966-1973
5 Nolte, Gunter, undated
5 Odate, Toshio, 1969
5 Ogust, Richard, 1980s
5 Oiticica, Helio, 1969
5 Oldenberg, Claes, 1960s-1970s
5 Olugebefola, Ademola, 1971
5 Oppenheim, Dennis, 1968
5 Osterhoudt, Harvey, 1973
5 Ostrow, Saul, 1969
5 Ott, undated
5 Paik, Nam June, 1973
5 Palumbo, Jacques, undated
5 Park, Glenna (see: Texas Art Band)
5 Parsons, Bruce, 1971
5 Pearse, Harold, 1971
5 Pearson, Henry, 1980s
5 Pechter, Paul, 1969-1972
5 Perreault, John, 1969-1971
5 Perry, David, undated
5 Pinkel, Sheila, 1980s
5 Poirier, Anne and Patrick, 1974
5 Ramsden, Mel, 1971
5 Randolph, Lynn, 1980s
5 Reid, Terry, 1970-1984
5 Reise, Barbara, 1969
5 Ricaby, Tony, 1975
5 Rift, Bob, 1974
5 Ringgold, Faith, 1971
5 Ringma, Bettie, 1975-1976
5 Rinke, Klaus, 1970-1974
5 Robinson, Robert, undated
5 Rohm, Robert, 1969-1971
5 Romero, Rachel (anti WW III), 1970s-1980s
5 Root, Step. L., 1970
5 Rose, Steve, 1967
5 Rosenbach, Ulrike, 1970s
5 Rosenquist, James, 1960s-1980s
5 Rosler, Martha, 1970s-1980s
5 Ross, Charles, 1968
5 Rot, Dieter, 1969
5 Rupp, Christy, 1980s
5 Ruppersberg, Allen, 1969-1974
5 Ruscha, Edward, 1967-1973
5 Samore, Samuel W., 1975
5 Sanejouand, J. M., 1971
5 Savage, Michel, 1976
5 Scanga, Italo, 1971
5 Schley, Van, 1974
5 Schneemann, Carolee, 1967-1988
5 Schuldt, 1969
5 Scull, Robert, undated
5 Seery, John, 1969
5 Segal, George, undated
5 Segal, Mike, undated
5 Serra, Richard, 1967-1972
Box
6 Shafrazi, Tony, 1973
6 Shapiro, Joel, 1970
6 Sharon, Miriam, 1970s-1980s
(2 folders)
6 Sharp, Willoughby, 1970
6 Shimomura, 1970-1971
6 Singer, Michael, 1970s-1980s
6 Sister Lucy (Mary Garuba), 1980s
6 Smith, Bradley, 1972
6 Smith, Larry, 1970-1971
6 Smith, Leon Polk, undated
6 Snow, Michael, 1970s
6 Snyder, Joan, 1970s-1980s
6 Soleri, Paolo, 1970
6 Sondheim, Alan, 1970-1973
6 Sonfist, Alan, 1971-1972
6 Sonnier, Keith, 1968-1973
6 Stamets, Billl, 1970s-1980s
6 Steinmetz, Phil, 1973
6 Streeter, Tal, undated
6 Strohmaier, Tom, undated
6 Sunao Urata, 1965
6 Swenson, Gene, undated
6 Taylor, Thoss W., 1971
6 Tavenner, Pat, 1973
6 Thomas, J. R., undated
6 Threadgill, Robert, 1972
6 Tippett, Bruce, 1969
6 Tobocman, Seth (and WW III), 1984
6 Tomlinson, Mark R., undated
6 Torrfield, Marvin, undated
6 Touche, Jean (see: Guerilla Art Action Group)
6 Troy, David, undated
6 Tschinkel, Paul, 1971
6 Ulrich, Timm, 1969
6 Van Elk, Ger, 1973-1975
6 Van Saun, John, 1970-1971
6 Varga, Judy, 1980s
6 Vazan, Bill, 1970s-1980s
6 Venet, Benar, 1969-1973
6 Vis, Jerry, 1971-1974
6 Vladimer, Meryl, 1976
6 Wall, Jeff, 1969-1971
6 Wallace, Ian, 1970
6 Wallace, Michele, 1970s-1990s
6 Warren, Daniel, undated
6 Waterman, Doug, undated
6 Wegman, William, 1971
6 Welch, Roger, 1973
6 Wellenbecher, Joan, 1969
6 Wilding, Faith, 1970s-1980s
6 Wilson, Ian, 1970s
6 Williams, Larry, 1975
6 Xolynieve, 1974
6 Yalter, Nil, 1970s-1980s
6 Yates, Marie, 1970s
6 Yoshida, Minoru, 1970s
6 Zack, Lowel, 1971
6 Zelanski, Paul, undated
6 Zuck, Timothy, 1971
Box
58 Johnson, Ray, 1955-1991, undated
(2 folders; see also Box 3)

1.2: Galleries/Institutions/Groups, 1960s-1980s

Box
6 A Space, Toronto, 1971
6 Ace Space Co., 1970s-1980s
6 Allen Memorial Museum, Oberlin College, 1970
6 And/Or Gallery, Seattle, 1975
6 Argentinean Galleries
6 Art Gallery of Ontario, 1967
6 Art Strike, 1970
6 Art Workers Coalition, 1969-1970
(4 folders)
Box
7 Artists Against the Expressway, 1969
7 Australian Galleries, 1971-1972
7 Bag Balm, undated
7 Bay Area Daddaists (see: Daddaland)
7 Belgian Galleries, 1973-1975
7 Boston Visual Artists Union, Inc., 1973-1974
7 Canadian Galleries, 1972
7 Chuck Stake Enterprises, 1974
7 Civil Liberties Union, 1971
7 Community Artists Cultural Survey Committee, 1970
7 Daddaland/Bay Area Daddists, 1970s
7 Denmark, 1974
7 Denver Center Gallery, 1969
7 Deson-Zaks Gallery, Chicago, 1974
7 Dutch Galleries, 1969-1971
7 E.A.T. (Experiments in Art and Technology), 1967-1969
(2 folders)
7 El Museum del Barrio, undated
7 English Galleries, 1971-1975
7 Eugenia Butler Gallery, Los Angeles, 1969-1970
7 Experiments in Art and Technology (see: E.A.T.)
7 Farleigh Dickinson University, undated
7 Fat City School of Find Arts, 1970s
7 Finnish Galleries, 1973
7 Five/Cinco Aesthetics Limited, 1974-1976
7 Fluxus, 1960s-1970s
7 Ford Foundation, 1969
7 French Galleries, 1968-1977
7 Galeria Bonina, Ltd., undated
7 German Galleries, 1969-1974
7 Guerilla Art Action Group (Jon Hendricks and Jean Touche), 1970-1971
7 Guggenheim Foundation, 1969
7 Hera, 1970s-1980s
7 Hoo Hoo Archives, 1973
7 International Council of Museums, 1971
7 Issues in Art (see: Time Tape)
7 Japanese Galleries, 1973-1974
7 Jewish Museum, 1970
7 John Gibson Commissions, Inc., 1968-1970
7 Kitchen, 1972
7 Konrad Fischer Gallery, Düsseldorf, 1969-1971
7 Les petites Bon-Bons, 1973-1974
7 Light Impressions Gallery, Rochester, 1971
7 LLIS, 1969
7 Manolides Gallery, Seattle, 1970
7 Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1970-1972
7 Mezzanine, 1970-1972
7 Moore College of Art, 1970
7 Muse, 1969
7 Museum, 1970-1971
7 Museum of Conceptual Art (see: Marioni, Tom)
7 Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, 1967
7 Museum of Contemporary Crafts, 1971-1972
7 Museum of Modern Art, 1967-1973
(4 folders)
Box
8 N. E. Thing Co. (Iain Baxter), 1967-1972, 1990s
(8 folders)
8 New York Civil Liberties Union (see: Civil Liberties Union)
8 New York Corres-Sponge-Dance School of Vancouver (see also: Johnson, Ray), 1972
8 New York Cultural Center, 1970
8 New York Free Theater, 1968
8 New York International Art Show, 1970
8 New York Museum Action, 1971
8 New Zealand Artists, undated
8 Non-Phenomena Foundation, 1973
8 Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1971
8 O. K. Harris Gallery, undated
8 Oberlin College (see: Allen Memorial Museum)
8 Orders and Co., 1971
8 Philadelphia Museum of Art, undated
8 Project, Inc., undated
8 Protetch-Rivkin Gallery, Washington, D. C., 1972
8 Pulsa, 1960s-1970s
8 Red Belt Club, 1977
8 Reese Palley Gallery, undated
8 San Francisco Mime Troupe, 1980s
8 Sao Paulo Biennale, 1969-1971
8 Simon Fraser University, 1969
8 Smith College, 1970
8 Something Else Press, Inc., 1966-1969
8 Store Front Museum, 1971
8 Student Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, 1968
8 Swiss Galleries, 1973-1974
8 Tessier Workshop, 1969
8 Texas Art Band (Glenna Park), 1980s
8 Trans-Parent Teacher's Ink, 1975
8 Vancouver Sun, 1969
8 Véhicule Art (Montréal) Inc., 1974
8 Vermont International Sculpture Symposium, 1971
8 Videogalerie Gerry Schum, Hannover, W. Germany, 1969-1970
8 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1969-1971
8 Xerox Corp., 1971

1.3: Subject Files, 1960s-1990s

Box
8 Abstract Expressionism, 1960s
8 AIDS Exhibitions and Censorship, 1989
8 All America Dialogue, 1980s
(2 folders)
8 Alliance for Cultural Democracy, 1980s-1990s
(2 folders)
Box
9 Alliance for Cultural Democracy, cont'd., 1980s-1990s
(5 folders)
9 Alternative Spaces, Movements, etc., 1970s
(3 folders)
9 Art and Language, 1960s-1970s
(2 folders)
9 Art and Politics, undated
9 Art and Working Class (see also: 1199 and Workers' Art; Labor and Art), 1980s
9 Artists' Rights, 1970s
9 Australia, 1970s-1980s
9 Black Liberation Movement, 1960s-1970s
9 Business and Art (see: Corporations and Culture)
9 Carnegie-Mellon University M.F.A. Program, 1990s
9 Cartoons, 1970s-1980s
9 Censorship (see also: AIDS Exhibition and Censorship), 1980s-1990s
(3 folders)
Box
10 Censorship, cont'd., 1980s-1990s
(3 folders)
10 Censorship Emergency, 1989-1990
10 Center for Constitutional Rights (see also: Postcards), 1980s-1990s
10 Central America (see also: U.S. Culture and Events in Central America), 1980s
(8 folders)
10 Central Europe, 1970s
(4 folders)
Box
11 Chile, 1970s
11 Colombia, 1980s
11 Columbus and Art; Quintcentennial, 1990s
(10 folders)
11 Color Cartoon (Jerry Kearns), 1980s
11 Conceptual Art, 1970s-1990s
11 Corporations and Culture (Business and Art), 1980s
11 Criticism, 1980s
Box
12 Culture-Costa Rica and Honduras, 1980s
12 Culture-El Salvador, 1980s
12 Culture-Nicaragua, 1980s
(2 folders)
12 Culture and Politics, General, 1970s-1980s
12 Death Show, The New Museum, 1991
12 Disabled, 1980s
12 Ecology, 1970
12 El Salvador (see also: Culture-El Salvador), 1980s
12 El Salvador, Benefit Exhibitions/Sales, 1990s
12 1199 and Workers' Art (see also: Art and Working Class, Labor and Art (1199)), 1980s
(2 folders)
12 Equal Rights Amendment, 1970s
12 Erotic Art, 1960s
12 F.B.I.-Freedom of Information, 1981
12 Feminism, 1974
12 Films, 1980s
12 Folk Art, 1980s-1990s
12 Ford Foundation Application, 1960s
12 Global Forum at Sundance, "Crossing Borders," 1991
12 Guggenheim Fellowship, 1960s
12 Heresies, 1980s
12 Housing, 1960s-1970s
12 Humor, 1980s
12 The Jewish Museum (see: Software Show Complaints)
12 Jobs, 1980s
(3 folders)
Box
13 Labor and Art (1100) (see also: 1199 and Workers' Art; Art and Working Class), 1980s
(2 folders)
13 Mail Art, 1960s-1970s
(3 folders)
13 Mail Art-Northwest Mounted Valise, 1970s
(2 folders)
13 Mail Art-Send Slips to Lucy Lippard, 1969-1970s
(2 folders)
13 Media Analysis/Imagery, 1980s
13 Murals and Paintings on Doors, 1970s-1980s
(2 folders)
13 National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1980s
13 Neighborhood Museums, 1960s
13 Nicaragua Visit, Miscellaneous, 1980s
13 Older Artists, 1980s
13 Peace Posters, 1970s
13 Politics, Miscellaneous, 1970s
13 Postcards, Center for Constitutional Rights (see also: Center for Constitutional Rights), 1980s
13 Public Art, 1970s-1990s
(4 folders)
Box
14 Public Art, cont'd., 1970s-1990s
(7 folders)
14 Qunitcentennial (see: Columbus and Art)
14 Reproductions, 1950s-1960s
(3 folders)
14 Reproductions-English, Italian, Dada, Surrealism, German Expressionism, 1950s-1960s
14 Reproductive Rights, 1970s-1990s
(2 folders)
14 Royalties for Artists, 1970s
14 Software Show Complaints (The Jewish Museum), 1970
14 Style (Life) Alienation, 1970s
14 Time Tape (transcript of panel discussion, Issues in Art series, March 17), 1969
14 U.S. Culture and Events in Central America (see also: Central America), 1980s
(2 folders)
Box
15 Vietnam, 1960s-1970s
15 ¡Viva Latina!, 1988-1990
15 W.E.B., 1970s
15 Women and Nature, 1970s-1980s
15 Women's Caucus for Art, 1970s-1980s
(3 folders)
15 World Affairs Conference, 1987
(2 folders)

1.4: Alphabetical Files, 1950s-1990s

Box
15 A-Z, and unidentified, 1950s
15 A-Z, and unidentified, 1960s
(29 folders)
15 A, 1970s
(2 folders)
Box
16 B-G, 1970s
(18 folders)
Box
17 H-O, 1970s
(18 folders)
Box
18 P-T, 1970s
(18 folders)
Box
19 U-Z, and unidentified, 1970s
(10 folders)
19 A-C, 1980s
(8 folders)
Box
20 D-O, 1980s
(19 folders)
Box
21 P-Z, and unidentified, 1980s
(21 folders)
21 A-Z, and unidentified, 1990s
(4 folders)

1.5: Unsorted Files, 1950s-2006

Box
22 Unsorted Files, 1960s
22 Unsorted Files, 1970s
(14 folders)
22 Unsorted Files, 1980s
(3 folders)
Box
23 Unsorted Files cont'd., 1980s
(15 folders)
Box
24 Unsorted Files, 1990s
(9 folders; see also Box 58)
24 Unsorted Files, undated
(see also Box 58)
Box
58 Unsorted Files, 1990s
(9 folders; see also Box 24)
58 Unsorted Files, 2000-2006
(2 folders)
58 Unsorted Files, undated
(see also Box 24)

Series 2: Writings, 1960s-1990s
(Boxes 24-35, 58; 12.0 linear ft.)

Among the writings are manuscripts for books, with related correspondence, notes, and research materials. Miscellaneous writings include articles, columns, essays, reviews, endorsements, etc. Also included are notes and texts for lectures and speeches. Between 1970 and 1976, Ms. Lippard's speaking engagements at art schools were confined to answering written questions submitted by the audience; her papers include an extensive selection of these questions. In addition, there are files on symposia and conferences that include notes and texts for Lippard's contributions. This series includes transcripts and notes for artist interviews with Lippard, and interviews of artists conducted by her. Also, there are transcripts and notes of panel discussions, edited by Lippard for publication.

This series is arranged into 2 subseries:

2.1: By Lucy R. Lippard, 1960s-1990s

Box
24 Books, Ad Reinhardt
24 Correspondence, 1960s-1970s
(2 folders)
24 Manuscript, circa 1966-1970
24 Footnotes, circa 1966-1970
24 Bibliography, circa 1966-1970
24 Illustrations (notes, photographs, captions), circa 1966-1970
24 Epilogue, 1971
24 Lists of Color Plates; Captions, 1979
24 Notes, circa 1966-1970
(4 folders)
Box
25 Original Writings and Drawings by Reinhardt, 1960s
25 Photocopies and Printed Material, circa 1940s-1960s
(7 folders)
25 Printed Material, 1930s-1980s, undated
(14 folders)
25 Books, Dadas on Art
25 Correspondence, 1960s
25 Notes, 1960s
25 Research Materials (includes translations, notes), 1960s, undated
(4 folders)
Box
26 Books, Eva Hesse
26 Correspondence, 1970s
26 Correspondence and Notes regarding Book Production, 1970s
26 Manuscript (corrected), 1970s
26 Appendix, Footnotes, Index, 1970s
26 Corrected Galleys, 1970s
(2 folders)
26 Interviews and Writings by Hesse, 1960s-1970s
26 Notes from Hesse's Diaries and Correspondence, 1970s
26 Notes from Interviews about Hesse, 1970s
26 Miscellaneous Notes, 1970s
26 Research Materials (printed material, notes), 1960s-1970s
(2 folders)
26 Books, From the Center
26 Correspondence, 1970s
26 Manuscript, 1970s
(2 folders)
26 Notes, 1970s
26 Books, Get the Message?
26 Correspondence; Contract and Outline, 1980s
26 Part 1, "The Dilemma" (text, notes, correspondence), 1980s
26 Part II, "Working Out" (text, notes), 1980s
26 Part III, "To the Third Power: Feminism, Art, and Class Consciousness" (text, notes, correspondence), 1980s
26 Part IV, "Hot Potatoes" (text), 1980s
26 Captions, 1980s
26 Index, 1980s
26 Corrected Galleys, 1980s
26 Page Proofs, 1980s
26 Design (correspondence, notes, printed material), 1980s
Box
27 Publication Permissions, 1980s
(2 folders)
27 Books, The Graphic Work of Philip Evergood
27 Research Materials (with related correspondence, notes), 1960s
27 Letters from Evergood to Lippard, 1960s
27 Manuscript and Page Proofs, 1960s
27 Photographs and Reproductions, 1960s
27 Books, I See/You Mean (novel), Correspondence and Notes concerning Sales, 1970s-1980s
27 Books, Mixed Blessings
27 Correspondence; Contract, 1980s
27 Manuscript, 1980s
(8 folders)
27 Bibliography, 1980s
27 Bound Galley (corrected), 1980s
27 Production (notes, correspondence), 1980s
Box
28 Notes (1 folder, 1 card file), 1980s
28 Books, Overlay
28 Book Proposal, 1980
28 Manuscript (drafts and notes), circa 1980
(11 folders)
28 Manuscript (unedited), circa 1980
(4 folders)
28 Manuscript (corrected/edited), circa 1980
(3 folders)
Box
29 Manuscript (corrected/edited), circa 1980
(3 folders)
29 Captions, circa 1982
(3 folders)
29 Footnotes, circa 1982
29 Bibliography, circa 1982
29 Index, 1983
29 Editing Process (revised and deleted text; correspondence, notes), 1980s
(2 folders)
29 Corrected Galleys, 1980s
(2 folders)
29 Master Proof, 1982
29 Bound Proof (corrected by Lippard), 1983
29 Publication Permissions, 1981-1983
29 Publicity, 1983
29 Correspondence, 1981-1983
29 Possible Additions (notes), 1980s
29 Ideas and General Notes, circa 1980
29 Notes, 1970s-1980s, undated
(2 folders)
29 Part IV: Mazes (notes, correspondence, research materials), 1970s-1980s
29 Part VI: Gardens (notes, correspondence, research materials), 1970s-1980s
Box
30 Books, Pop Art
30 Notes and Correspondence, 1960s
(3 folders)
30 Research Materials (printed material, notes), 1960s
(3 folders)
30 Books, Six Years: The Dematerialization of the Art Object from 1966-1972
30 Correspondence; Contract, 1970s
30 Manuscript (uncut version), 1970s
(5 folders)
30 Manuscript (edited; corrected), 1970s
(3 folders)
30 Photographs and Captions (unedited), 1970s
(3 folders)
30 Captions, 1970s
30 Supplement to Index, 1978
30 Publication Permissions, 1970s
Box
31 Notes (1 folder, 1 card file), 1970s
31 Books, Surrealists on Art
31 Correspondence, 1960s-1970s
31 Research Materials (includes translations, notes), 1920s-1960s, undated
(4 folders)
31 Books, Tony Smith
31 Manuscript, 1970s
31 Notes, 1970s
31 Research Materials (printed material; photographs), 1970s
31 Correspondence, 1970s
31 Columns, D'Ars
31 Manuscripts, 1965-1969
31 Correspondence, 1965-1969
31 Columns, New York Letter, 1964-1968, undated
(3 folders)
31 Columns, Sniper's Nest, 1990s
31 Columns, Studio International
31 Manuscripts, 1970s
31 Correspondence and Notes, 1970s
Box
32 Interviews with Lippard
32 Lucy R. Lippard interviewed by Ursula Meyer, 1969
32 Lucy R. Lippard and Esther Broner interviewed by Jody Hoy, 1989
32 Lucy Lippard interviewed by Scott Marsden, 1989
32 Lucy Lippard, "On Art and Artists Video Data Bank," video interview by Lyn Blumenthal and Kate Horsfield, 1979
32 Lucy Lippard interviewed by CAJ about The Lure of the Local
(see Box 58)
32 Interviews Conducted By Lippard
32 Donald Judd interviewed by Lucy R. Lippard, April 10, 1968
32 Sol LeWitt interviewed by Lucy R. Lippard, undated
32 Tony Smith interviewed by Lucy R. Lippard, "The New Work: More Points on the Lattice," undated
32 "Right Now is Always the Best Age," interviews with women and girls ages 8 to 80 on notions about youth and age conducted by Lucy R. Lippard and Mary Mizenko, undated
32 Other Transcripts
32 Art Forum on New Nihilism with Dan Flavin, Don Judd, and Frank Stella, moderated by Bruce Glaser, circa 1965
32 Art Without Space, a Symposium Moderated by Seth Siegelaub with Lawrence Weiner, Robert Barry, Douglas Heubler and Josephy Kosuth, WBAI-FM, New York, undated
32 Time: A Panel Discussion, 1969
32 Ian Wilson and Robert Barry on Oral Communication, July 1970
32 Lectures/Speeches
32 Notes and Texts, 1960s-1970s
(3 folders)
32 Questions Addressed to Lucy R. Lippard in Art Schools, 1970-1976
(4 folders)
32 "Power Lecture" Notes for Publication in Studio International, 1975-1976
32 Notes and Texts, 1980s-1990s, undated
(9 folders)
Box
33 Fragments of Notes and Texts, 1990s, undated
(5 folders)
33 Symposia/Conferences
33 National Gallery of Canada, 1969
33 Critica 1 l'arte da chi a chi, 1980
33 Taller Boricua Panel, 1989
33 Mapping the Terrain, 1992
33 Miscellaneous Writings
33 "After a Fashion-The Group Show and the Critical Intermurals" (Hudson Review), undated
33 "American Paintings, 1945-1965: Cult of the Direct and the Difficult," undated
33 "Antipodal Anthropolitics," Parts I and II, undated
33 "Art Within the Arctic Circle: A Two-Part Journal," undated
33 "As Painting is to Sculpture: A Changing Ration," undated
33 "Back Again," undated
33 "Beauty and the Bureaucracy," undated
33 "Bending," undated
33 "Bibliography of Artists Statements," 1960s
33 "Biting the Hand: Artists and Museums since 1969"
(see Box 58)
33 "Bladen: Black Triangle, White Box" (Artforum), 1960s
33 "Brought to Light: Notes on Babies, Veils, War and Flowers"
(see Box 58)
33 "Charitable Visits by the AWC to Whitney, MoMA, NET" (The Element)
33 Chartres by Auguste Rodin, translated by Albert Alhadeff and Lucy R. Lippard, 1960s
(2 folders)
33 "Complexes: Architectural Sculpture as Shelter in Nature," undated
33 "Constellation by Harsh Daylight: The Whitney Annual," undated
33 "Contact Lenses, Corrected Vision"
(see Box 58)
33 "Contemporary Art" (in United States Art and Architecture), 1960s
33 "Cross Fires," undated
33 Cuban Book of Essays and Art Criticism, Preface, 1980s
33 "David Weinrib (Royal Marks); Richard Van Buren (Bykert); Charles Ross (Dwan)," undated
33 "Distancing: Nancy Graves' Films," undated
33 "Distant Relations"
(see Box 58)
33 "Drawing on Strength"
(see Box 58)
33 "Eros Presumptive," undated
33 "Escalation in Washington," 1960s
33 "Escape Attempts"
(see Box 58)
33 "Frames of Mind"
(see Box 58)
33 "Give and Takeout: Toward a Cross-Cultural Consciousness," 1980s
33 "The Hand of Memory in Some African and Latina Art" (Ikon), 1990s
33 "Hanne Darboven: Deep in Numbers," 1970s
33 "Headlines, Headlines, Headlines: Advocacy Criticism as Activism," 1980s
33 "Henry Pearson: Black Icons into an Outer Space," undated
33 "Heroic Years from Humble Treasures: Notes on African and Modern Art," 1960s
33 "Homage to the Square," 1960s
33 "Hot Potatoes: Art and Politics in 1980," 1980s
33 "How To '92: Model Actions for a Post-Columbian World"
33 Correspondence, 1990s
33 Notes, 1990s
33 Photographs, 1990s
33 Proofs (corrected); Final Publication, 1990s
33 "Intruders: Lynda Benglis and Adrian Piper," undated
33 "James Rosenquist: Aspects of a Multiple Art" (Artforum), 1960s
33 Kathe Kollwitz, Foreword, 1980s
33 "Larry Poons: The Illusion of Disorder," undated
33 "Lunch I" and "Lunch II," undated
Box
34 "Made in the U.S.A.-Art from Cuba," Illustrations, 1980s
34 Marks in Place: Contemporary Response to Rock Art, Foreword, 1980s
34 "May Steven's Big Daddies," 1970s
34 "Museo, Museas, Museat," undated
34 "'New' Art as Art History," undated
34 "New York: Information on How to Look" (Robho), 1960s
34 "A Note of the Politics and Esthetics of a Women's Show," undated
34 "Notes in Review of Canadian Artists 68," 1960s
34 "Notes on Max Ernst and A Sculpture of Fantasy," 1960s
34 "One Century One Year" (Artforum), 1970s
34 "Out of Turn," undated
34 "Parthenogenesis: Giving Birth to American History: Giving Birth to Each Other: Aunt Jemima Meets Barbie and They Fall for Each Other," undated
34 "Past Tensions: Max Ernst in Stockholm," undated
34 "Perverse Perspectives," 1960s
34 "Peter Dean: Builder on the Edge of a Weakening World," undated
34 "The Pink Glass Swan: Upward and Downward Mobility in the Art World and Its Effect on Women," undated
34 "Points of View: Stuart, De Mott, Jacquette, Graves," undated
34 "Politics: Art Style" (see: "Sexual Discrimination Against Women Artists")
34 "Pulsa: New Haven/Boston," 1960s
34 "Quite Contrary: Nature and Ritual in Women's Art," 1970s
34 "Real Estate and Art (A la Fashion Moda)," undated
34 "Ree Morton: Still Point of the Turning World," undated
34 "Robert Goldwater," 1970s
34 "Rudy Burckhardt: Photos and Paintings, 'The Pursuit of Happiness,'" undated
34 "Scattering Selves"
(see Box 58)
34 "Sensuous, Sensual, Sexual, and/or Erotic Abstraction," 1970s
34 "Sexual Discrimination Against Women Artists" (also titled "Politics: Art Style"), 1970s
34 "The Silent Art: Monotone Painting," undated
34 "So What's a Wolf Ticket Anyway?" (Artforum), 1980s
(2 folders)
34 "Sol LeWitt," 1970s
34 "Special Deliverance from the Enigmatic Mr. Johnson"
(see Box 58)
34 "Sweeping Exchanges: The Contribution of Feminism to the Art of the 1970s," 1980s
34 "Ten Frustrations, or Waving and Smiling Across the Great Cultural Abyss" (Artforum), 1980s
34 "10 Structurists in 20 Paragraphs," 1960s
34 "The Third Stream: Constructed Painting and Painted Structures" (Art Voices), 1960s
34 "This Is Art? The Alienation of the Avant-Garde from the Audience"
34 Correspondence; Notes; Photographs, 1970s
34 Manuscript; Drafts, 1970s
34 "Three Generations of Women: De Kooning's First Retrospective," undated
34 Tony Smith: 'The Ineluctable Medality of the Visible,'" 1960s
34 "Top to Bottom, Left to Right," undated
34 "Toward Total Theatre?", 1960s
34 "Trojan Horses: Activist Art and Power," undated
34 "Vancouver Notes," 1960s
34 "The Virgin Microbe Comes of Age: Notes on Dadamax Ernst as Proto-Surrealist," undated
34 "Visible Art and the Invisible World" (John Chandler, co-author), 1960s
34 "Women Artists Series: Year Five," 1970s
34 "You are Now in the Middle of a Revisionist History of NETCo.," undated
34 "Yvonne Ranier on Feminism and her Film" and "Talking Pictures, Silent Words: Yvonne Ranier's Last Two Films," 1970s
34 Untitled
34 Unidentified Fragments, undated
(2 folders)
34 Notes
34 Fantastic Landscape, 1960s
34 Ideas, undated
34 Sandak Slides, Notes and Captions, 1960s
(2 folders)
34 Daniel Seghers, undated
34 About Titles, undated
Box
35 Miscellaneous Notes, 1970s-1990s, undated
(5 folders; see also Box 58)
Box
58 Lucy Lippard interviewed by CAJ about The Lure of the Local
58 "Biting the Hand: Artists and Museums since 1969"
58 "Brought to Light: Notes on Babies, Veils, War and Flowers"
58 "Contact Lenses, Corrected Vision"
58 "Distant Relations"
58 "Drawing on Strength"
58 "Escape Attempts"
58 "Frames of Mind"
58 "Scattering Selves"
58 "Special Deliverance from the Enigmatic Mr. Johnson"
58 Miscellaneous Notes, 1970s-1990s, undated

2.2: By Other Authors, 1976-1996

Box
35 Adams, Don and Arlene Goldbard. Picking up the Pieces: The Transforming Power of Culture, 1986
(2 folders)
35 Adams, Gerry. "Culture"
(see Box 58)
35 Ascher, Sheila. Sheila Ascher's Chronicle, 1976
35 Benavidez, Max. "Chicano Montage: Art and Cultural Crisis"
(see Box 58)
35 Broner, E. M. Choices, 1979
35 Elwood, Sean H. The New York Art Strike of 1970 (M.A. Thesis, Hunter College), 1982
35 Flanagan, Fionnula. "Culture Shock"
(see Box 58)
35 Goldbard, Arlene. Family Food, undated
35 Hickman, Mary J. "Differences, Boundaries, Community: The Irish in Britain"
(see Box 58)
35 King, Susan E. Trading the Maze: An Artist's Journey through Breast Cancer, 1996
35 Martínez, Rubén. "Mexico's Virgin Optimism"
(see Box 58)
35 McShine, K. L. Joseph Cornell, 1961
35 Medina, Cuauhtémoc. "La ironía, la barbarie, el sacrilegio"
(see Box 58)
35 Menard, Andrew. "Pluralism/Postmodernism"
(see Box 58)
35 Mesa-Bains, Amalia. "'Domesticana': The Sensibility of Chicana Rasquache"
(see Box 58)
35 Mosquera, Gerardo. El Deseño se Defino en Octubre, undated
(3 folders)
35 O'Connor, Garrett. "Recognizing and Healing Malignant Shame: A Statement about the Urgent Need for Psychological and Spiritual Recovery from the Effects of Colonialism in Ireland"
(see Box 58)
35 Somlo, Patty. Painting Without Brushes: Art and Culture in the New Nicaragua, 1980s
35 Spivey, Bob. Dancing till (sic) Dawn: Toward a Social Ecology of Art (M.A. thesis, Goddard College), circa 1989-1990
35 Villoro, Juan. "Méxicamerica; Outlaw's Border: Literature and the Border"
(see Box 58)
35 Unknown. Article about Mark Bender, undated
35 Unknown. "Overdubbing Ireland"
(see Box 58)
35 Unknown. "Unapproved Roads: Post-Colonialism and Irish Identity"
(see Box 58)
Box
58 Adams, Gerry. "Culture," 1994
58 Benavidez, Max. "Chicano Montage: Art and Cultural Crisis," 1994
58 Flanagan, Fionnula. "Culture Shock," undated
58 Hickman, Mary J. "Differences, Boundaries, Community: The Irish in Britain," undated
58 Martínez, Rubén. "Mexico's Virgin Optimism," undated
58 Medina, Cuauhtémoc. "La ironía, la barbarie, el sacrilegio," undated
58 Menard, Andrew. "Pluralism/Postmodernism," 1982
58 Mesa-Bains, Amalia. "'Domesticana': The Sensibility of Chicana Rasquache," undated
58 O'Connor, Garrett. "Recognizing and Healing Malignant Shame: A Statement about the Urgent Need for Psychological and Spiritual Recovery from the Effects of Colonialism in Ireland," undated
58 Villoro, Juan. "Méxicamerica; Outlaw's Border: Literature and the Border," undated
58 Unknown. "Overdubbing Ireland," undated
58 Unknown. "Unapproved Roads: Post-Colonialism and Irish Identity," undated

Series 3: Exhibitions, 1960s-1990s
(Boxes 36-39; 3.5 linear ft.)

These consist of printed material, proposals, drafts of catalogs and essays, photographs, correspondence, etc., relating to shows in which Lippard participated as an organizer, curator, or researcher, or to which she contributed catalog introductions or essays. Files on a few exhibitions with which she seems to have had no personal involvement, are included with the Subject Files in Series 1.

Box
36 All's Fair in Love and War in New Feminist Art (Ohio State University Gallery of Fine Art), 1980s
36 Arte Conceptual (Centro de Arte y Communicacióne, Argentina), 1970s
36 The Artist and The Quilt (several venues), 1980s
36 Manuscript and Notes, 1980s
36 Research Materials (printed material), 1980s
36 Correspondence, 1980s
36 Publicity, 1980s
36 Blue Star IV (Blue Star Exhibit Space, San Antonio)
36 Correspondence, 1980s
36 Manuscript and Notes, 1980s
36 Publicity, 1980s
36 Research Materials (printed material), 1980s
36 Both Sides Now (Aretmisia Gallery/Fund, Chicago), 1980s
36 c. 7,500 (several venues)
36 Correspondence, 1970s
(2 folders)
36 Notes, 1970s
36 Photographs, 1970s
36 Publicity, 1970s
36 Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1970s
36 Christy Rupp: Natural History Meets Coney Island and the Sandinistas (Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo), 1990s
36 Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Maxime L. Hermanos (under the auspices of the Museum of Modern Art), 1960s
36 Contact: Women and Nature (Greenwhich Public Library, Conn.), 1970s
36 A Different War: Vietnam in Art (several venues)
36 Correspondence, 1980s
36 Manuscript (several versions), 1980s
(4 folders)
36 Drafts and Notes, 1980s
36 Notes, 1980s
36 Exhibition Plans, Checklist, and Related Notes, 1980s
(2 folders)
36 Publicity, 1980s
Box
37 Films/Video (printed material, notes), 1980s
37 History and Facts (printed material), 1980s
37 Hendrick, Wally (printed material), 1980s
37 Knecht, John (correspondence, photographs, printed material), 1980s
37 McJunkin, James (photographs, printed material), 1980s
37 Memorials and Memorabilia (photographs, printed material), 1980s
37 Photography and Media (printed material, notes, photographs, 1980s
37 Symposia, Exhibitions, Events (printed material), 1980s
37 Turner, Richard (printed material, correspondence, photographs, notes), 1980s
37 Miscellaneous Printed Material, Photographs, Correspondence, 1980s
37 Dwellings (Institute of Contemporary Art, Corrected Galley), 1970s
37 Eccentric Abstraction (Fishbach Gallery), 1960s
37 The Eloquent Object (Philbrook Art Center)
37 Correspondence, 1980s
37 Notes and Lists, 1980s
37 Manuscript, 1980s
37 Give and Take: Ideology in the Art of Suzanne Lacy and Jerry Kearns (New Museum of Contemporary Art)
37 Contract, Correspondence, 1980s
37 Manuscript, 1980s
37 Notes, 1980s
37 Grids (Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania), 1970s
37 Groups (School of Visual Arts)
37 Correspondence, Lists, Notes, 1969
37 Photographs and Captions, 1969
(2 folders)
37 Hayward Annual (Arts Council of Great Britain), 1970s
37 In Touch: Nature, Ritual and Sensuous Art in the Northwest (Portland Center for the Visual Arts)
37 Correspondence, 1970s
37 Manuscript, 1970s
37 Notes, 1970s
37 Photographs, 1970s
37 Printed Material, 1970s
37 Information, Catalog Notes (Museum of Modern Art), undated
37 Intricate Structure/Repeated Image (Temple University)
37 Proposal, Correspondence, Photographs, Notes, 1979
37 Background Material, Publicity, 1979
37 Issues: Social Strategies of Women Artists (Institute of Contemporary Arts, London)
37 Proposal, Manuscript, Notes, 1980s
37 Correspondence, 1980s
37 Publicity, 1980s
37 Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1980s
Box
38 Joanne Leonard (University of Michigan), 1970s
38 Joanne Leonard (Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Texas), 1990s
38 Joyce Weiland Retrospective (Art Gallery of Ontario)
38 Manuscript, Notes, 1980s
38 Correspondence, 1980s
38 Slides, 1980s
38 Latino New York: Cinco Pintores, 1980s
38 Luis Jimenez Retrospective (Albuquerque Museum)
38 Correspondence, 1990s
38 Notes and Lists, 1990s
(2 folders)
38 Max Ernst: Sculpture and Recent Paintings (Jewish Museum)
38 Correspondence, 1960s
38 Corrected Page Proofs, 1960s
38 Notes, 1960s
38 Photographs, 1960s
38 Research Materials (printed material), 1960s
38 Illustrated Note from Max Ernst, 1969
38 Max Ernst: Works on Paper (Museum of Modern Art Circulating Exhibitions), 1960s
38 New York 13 (Vancouver Art Gallery), 1960s
38 955,000 (Seattle World's Fair and Vancouver Art Gallery)
38 Correspondence, 1960s-1970s
38 Notes and Lists, 1960s-1970s
38 Publicity; Photographs, 1960s-1970s
38 Partial Recall (several venues)
38 Manuscript, 1990s
(3 folders)
38 Illustrations and Captions, 1990s
38 Correspondence and Printed Material relating to Exhibition Tour, 1990s
38 Patrick Ireland: Drawings, 1965-1985 (National Museum of American Art), 1980s
Box
39 Rejective Art (AFA circulating exhibition)
39 Correspondence, 1960s
39 Manuscript, 1960s
39 Publicity, 1960s
39 Richard Pousette-Dart: In One Light (Museum of Modern Art)
39 Correspondence and Notes, 1960s
39 Manuscript, 1960s
39 Photographs, 1960s
39 Research Materials, 1960s
39 The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection (Museum of Modern Art), 1960s
39 Soft Sculpture (AFA circulating exhibition), 1960s
39 Sol LeWitt (Museum of Modern Art), 1970s
39 Strata: Nancy Graves, Eva Hesse, Michelle Stuart, Jackie Winsor (Vancouver Art Gallery)
39 Correspondence, 1970s
39 Manuscript, 1970s
39 Notes, 1970s
39 Tom Doyle (Dusseldorf), 1960s
39 Uncommon Ground/Uncommon Vision: The Michael and Julie Hall Collection of American Folk Art (Milwaukee Art Museum)
39 Grant Proposal, 1990s
39 Correspondence, 1990s
39 Manuscript and Notes, 1990s
39 Women Artists of the Thirties and Forties: The Ben and Beatrice Goldstein Collection (National Museum of Women in the Arts)
39 Correspondence, 1980s
39 Manuscript, 1980s
39 Women Choose Women, 1970s
39 Working Women/Working Artists/Working Together (Gallery 1199)
39 Correspondence; Notes, 1980s
39 Manuscript; Publicity, 1980s
39 Printed Material, 1980s
39 Yves Tanguy (Pierre Matisse Gallery; also includes correspondence with Kay Sage Tanguy about a proposed book), 1960s-1970s

Series 4: Teaching, 1969-1993
(Boxes 39-40; 1.0 linear ft.)

Although Lippard has been a sought-after instructor for workshops and college level courses throughout her career, only a small number of records document these activities. The most detailed concern "Escape," a course at the University of Colorado, Boulder, offered several different times.

Box
39 School of Visual Arts
39 Correspondence, 1970s
39 Notes, 1970s
39 Photographs, 1969-1971
39 Through the Flower Corp., "Where We Stand" Workshop, 1993
39 University of Colorado, Boulder, "Crossing Cultures"
39 Class Rosters with Grades; Notes, 1986
39 Student Papers, 1986
39 University of Colorado, Boulder, "Escape"
39 Administrative Records; Correspondence, 1980s
39 Class Roster with Grades; Miscellaneous Notes, 1986
39 Course Readings, FAH 463/563, 1986
(4 folders)
39 Notes
39 "Body, Performance, Concept," 1980s
39 "'Fifties," 1980s
39 "Folk Art/Fantasy," 1980s
39 "Formalization," 1980s
39 "Kitsch and Willow," 1980s
39 "Labor," 1980s
39 "Last Day," 1980s
39 "Media and Representation," 1980s
39 "Minimalism," 1980s
39 "Murals," 1980s
Box
40 "Museums and Distribution," 1980s
40 "Performance," 1980s
40 "Photographs," 1980s
40 "Pop Art," 1980s
40 "Primitive Art," 1980s
40 University of Colorado, Boulder, "Mixing It Up, On Crossing Cultures," 1992
40 University of Colorado, Boulder, "Women, Arts, and Cross-Cultural Issues"
40 Administrative Records; Correspondence, 1988-1989
40 Notes, 1988-1989
40 Students' Letters, 1988-1989
40 University of Oklahoma, Norman, Scholar-Leadership Enrichment Program, Seminar on Multiculturalism, 1990s
40 University of Queensland, Australia, Seminar "Art in a Social Context," Notes, 1982

Series 5: Printed Material, 1940s-2006
(Boxes 40-45, 47, 58, OV 48-57; 5.15 linear ft.)

Printed material includes exhibition catalogs, announcements, invitations, and reviews; magazine and newspaper articles, newsletters, periodicals, and monographs. Posters advertise exhibitions, performances, and political events. A substantial amount of printed material is included with the Alphabetical Files (Series 1).

This series is arranged into 2 subseries:

5.1: By Lucy R. Lippard, 1960s-1990s

Box
40 Printed Material, 1960s-1990s
(5 folders)

5.2: By Others, 1940s-2006

Box
40 Printed Material, 1940s-1960s
(7 folders)
Box
41 Printed Material, 1960s-1980s
(19 folders)
Box
42 Printed Material, 1980s
(18 folders)
Box
43 Printed Material, 1980s-1990s
(18 folders)
Box
44 Printed Material, 1990s
(17 folders; see also Box 58)
Box
45 Undated Printed Material, undated
(6 folders; see also Box 58)
Box
47 (sol) Oversize Printed Material, 1960s -1970s, undated
(4 folders)
Box
OV 48 Posters, 1950s
Box
OV 49 Posters, 1950s-1960s
Box
OV 50 Posters, 1960s
Box
OV 51 Posters, 1960s
Box
OV 52 Posters, 1960s
Box
OV 53 Posters, 1970s
Box
OV 54 Posters, 1970s-1980s
Box
OV 55 Posters, undated
Box
OV 56 Posters, undated
Box
OV 57 Posters, undated
Box
58 Printed Material, 1921-2006, undated
(see also Boxes 44-45)

Series 6: Sound Recordings, 1965-1984
(Box 45; 0.75 linear ft.)

Sound recordings consist of reel to reel and cassette recordings of interviews with artists conducted by Lippard, as well as proceedings of symposia, panel discussions, and other events. A small number of audio cassettes are among the Alphabetical Files (Series 1).

Box
45 Reels
45 Donald Judd; Bob Mangold, Dec. 1965
45 Donald Judd interviewed by Lucy Lippard at Whitney Museum, studio, and home, April 10, 1968, June 1968
(2 reels)
45 Windham Symposium; "Art and Technology," Rutgers University, May 1968, May 7, 1968
(2 reels)
45 Slide Show Discussion, Simon Fraser University; Art Workers Coalition, 2nd Discussion Group, Alternatives Committee, Feb. 1969, May 29, 1969
(2 reels)
45 Art Workers Coalition, Open-Hearing Tapes, undated
(4 reels)
45 Forum #2, "Time," (2 reels) March 17, undated
45 Unidentified, undated
(2 reels)
45 Unidentified, undated
45 Cassettes
45 Letter from Greg Curnoe; Barbara Zusman, "Putting Mentor Klaw to Bed"; Gloria Bornsetin, "Public Document," Feb. 26, 1969, Jan. 1977, May 30, 1977
(3 cassettes)
45 Angel Parada; Coe/Van Dalen, PADD; Arturo Arias, Oct. 6, 1983, April 1984, May 4, 1984
(3 cassettes)
45 Union Made; Diaz and Monterosa; Alejria (side A) and Sosa (side B), Oct. 9, undated
(3 cassettes)
45 Saenz/Gallo (side A) and Michele Nachios (side B); Asian/Hispanic, PADD, undated
(3 cassettes)
45 Artists Call; Unidentified, undated
(2 cassettes)

Series 7: Photographs, 1950s-1970s
(Box 46; 1.0 linear ft.)

Although very few are dated, the photographs were produced between the 1950s and 1970s. Folder labels for photographs of works of art reflect the dates of execution, and those of exhibition installations indicate exhibition dates.

The majority of photographs in the Lippard Papers are interspersed throughout the Alphabetical Files (Series 1).

Box
46 Works of Art
46 Works of Art, circa 1250-1899
46 Works of Art, circa 1900-1949
46 Works of Art (A-Z by artist, and unidentified), 1950s-1970s
(24 folders)
46 Color Transparencies, Unidentified, circa 1950s-1970s
46 Negatives, Unidentified, circa 1960s-1970s
46 Exhibitions
46 Exhibition Installations, 1960s
46 "Dada, Surrealism and their Heritage," Museum of Modern Art, 1968
46 "Great Ideas of Western Man," New York Cultural Center, 1971
46 "The Passionate Years: Expressionism in Germany," New York Cultural Center, 1970s
46 "Woman," New York Cultural Center, 1970s
46 People, circa 1960s-1970s
46 Miscellaneous Subjects, circa 1960s-1970s