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Charles Giuliano sound recordings, 1970-1977

Charles Giuliano sound recordings, 1970-1977

Giuliano, Charles, 1940-

Art critic

Collection Information

Size: 10 sound tapes ; 5 in. (partially transcribed)

Summary: Interviews, discussions, and other sound recordings conducted or taped by Giuliano relating to the Boston, Mass. art scene. Among the interviewees are John Arthur, Andrew C. Hyde, Kenworth Moffett, Carl Siembab, Phyllis Rosen, Theo Westenberger, and Jules Olitski.

Gallery director John Arthur discusses his work on the "America 1976" Bicentennial exhibit sponsored by the Dept. of the Interior. He recalls curator John De Witt. Hyde discusses his work as former director of the Institute of Contemporary Art. Moffett, curator of 20th century art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, discusses an exhibition of Jules Olitki sculpture. Olitski describes his reactions to reviews of his work and the MFA, Boston exhibit. Westenberger of Nielson Gallery, and Rosen of Harcus/Krakow Gallery discuss the Newbury St. art scene. An art critics panel held at Boston University is a discussion by critics Giuliano, Kenneth Baker, Carl Belz, and John Chandler regarding problems of art criticism in Boston. Also, a recording made by Giuliano of a student's seminar report on the ICA.

Biographical/Historical Note

Charles Giuliano (1940- ) is an art critic, in Boston, Massachusetts.


Donated 1977-1984 by Charles Giuliano.

Restrictions on Access

John Arthur and Jules Olitski interviews are transcribed; remainder untranscribed. Use requires an appointment.

John Arthur and Kenworth Moffett interviews: ACCESS RESTRICTED; written permission required.

Restrictions on Use

Giuliano, Baker, Belz, Chandler, Hyde interviews: Authorization to quote, reproduce or publish must be obtained from Charles Giuliano and interviewee. (see 583 for 10 addresses).

How to Cite This Collection

Charles Giuliano sound recordings, 1970-1977. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.