Painter, Video artist
New York, N.Y.
Collection size: 10.3 linear ft.
Collection Summary: Biographical documents, including a résumé, diplomas and yearbooks; correspondence, 1971-1991; files on the "10 Downtown" group of painters, including a guest register from the first show; records of painting sales; photographs of Wiegand, Wiegand at work in his studio, a comprehensive group of slides of Wiegand's art work, and a binder of slides and printed material regarding the outdoor mural project, City Walls, funded by the NEA, mid-1960s - mid-1970s, which includes Wiegand, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Allan D'Arcanelo, Al Loving, Knox Martin and Mel Pekarsky, among others; printed material, including newspaper clippings, reproductions, exhibition announcements, catalogs for the exhibition "Tenth Street Days: The Co-Ops of the 50s" (1977). Also found are 87 video cassettes of Wiegand's video art and various family events, as well as of his memorial service.
Biographical/Historical Note: Painter and video artist; New York, N.Y.
Donated 1998 and 2000 by Lynn Braswell, Wiegand's widow.
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