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Hernán García papers, 1981-1996

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A Finding Aid to the Hernán García Papers,
1981-1996
, in the Archives of American Art
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Finding aid prepared by Rosa M. Fernández
Scope and Content Note
This small collection consists primarily of letters concerning both personal and professional affairs. Correspondents include Anthony A. Ardavin, Agustín Eschevarria, Antonia Eiriz, Guido Llinás, Adolfo V. Nodal, and others. A number of letters concern biennials and upcoming exhibitions. Of special interest is a 1995 letter sent to García from the creators of the Memoria project, funded by The Getty, to document the work of Cuban artists living in the United States. Also found is one letter by Hernán García to the Kreisler Art Gallery in Madrid regarding his artwork. This small collection also contains scattered exhibition announcements and catalogs, including ones for the exhibitions Obra Puertorriqueña de Artistas Cubanos and Artistes Cubains en Amérique du Nord. Clippings, a résumé, and one black and white photograph of Hernán García are also found.
Language
Multiple languages
Provenance
Hernán García donated his papers in 1997 to the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Processing Information
Processing of the Hernán García papers was completed by Rosa M. Fernández in December, 1998. This collection, along with numerous other Latino collections, was acquired through the Archives 1996 "Latino Art Documentation Project" in South Florida with funding provided by the Smithsonian Institution's Center for Latino Initiatives.