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Max Weber papers, 1902-2008

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Series 3: Exhibition Files , 1919-2003
0.7 Linear feet
Box 5-6

Exhibition files document various solo and group exhibitions of Max Weber's work. Most files were maintained by Joy Weber for exhibitions held after Max Weber's death. Files may include correspondence, planning documents, loan forms, lists of works, press clippings, exhibition catalogs, and photographs. Researchers should note that additional exhibition materials is filed in additional series, including Series 4: Gallery Files and Series 8: Photographs. There is also motion picture film in Series 9: Audiovisual Materials that includes footage of a Forum Gallery exhibition in 1975.
Files are arranged chronologically.
Description Container Select
Luxembourg Museum, "Exhibition of American Painting and Sculpture" (1919), 1919- 1920
5
23-24
Fort Worth Art Center, Inaugural Exhibition (1954), 1954
5
25
Jewish Museum, "Max Weber" (1956), 1955-1956
5
26
University of California Santa Barbara, "Max Weber Retrospective Exhibition" (1968), 1967- 1969
5
27-29
Court Galleries, "Five Decades of Pioneering Modern Art by Max Weber" (1970), 1969- 1971
5
30-32
Frame House Gallery, "Max Weber" (1970), 1970
5
33
Pratt Institute, "Max Weber, 1881-1961: A 10th Year Commemorative" (1971), 1971- 1972
5
34
University of California Santa Barbara (1972), 1972
5
35
Harbor Gallery, "The Collected Woodcuts of Max Weber" (1973), 1972-1974
5
36-37
Forum Gallery, "Max Weber" (1979), 1979
5
38-39
Great Neck Library, "Max Weber" (1980), 1979-1980
5
40
Jewish Museum, "Max Weber: American Modern" (1982), 1981-1983
5
41-43
Forum Gallery, "Max Weber" (1982), 1982
5
44
High Museum of Art, "The Advent of Modernism: Post-Impressionism in North American Art, 1900-1918" (1986), 1985-1986
5
45
Santa Fe East Galleries, "Max Weber: An Exhibition of Paintings" (1987), 1986-1987
5
46
High Museum of Art, "Max Weber: The Cubist Decade 1910-1920" (1991), 1989-1993
5
47-48
Jewish Museum, "Painting a Place in America" (1991), 1991-1993
6
1
Museum of New Mexico, "Proto-Modern Photography" (1992), 1992-1993
6
2
Jewish Museum, "Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey" (1993), 1992-1993
6
3
Albuquerque Museum, "Georgia O'Keeffe: From 291 to New Mexico" (1997), 1997
6
4
Metropolitan Museum of Art, "Max Weber" (1999), 1999
6
5
Albuquerque Museum, "Silent Things, Secret Things: Still Life from Rembrandt to the Millennium" (1999), 1999-2000
6
6
Gerald Peters Gallery, "Max Weber" (2000), 1999-2000
6
7
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, "Views of the City" (2000-2001), 2000
6
8
Gerald Peters Gallery, "Max Weber: Early Drawings" (2003), 2002-2003
6
9

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  • To request an appointment to view materials, make your selections using the checkboxes and click the "Reading Room" button. Please note, you will receive the full box.
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