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Donald Young Gallery records
Unprocessed. Approximately 150 linear feet of gallery records, including artists’ files, gallery business, exhibition catalogs, promotional papers, slides, photographs and audio/video materials documenting the Donald Young Gallery.
Biographical Historical Note
Donald Young, who died in 2012, opened his gallery in 1983. While based in Seattle from the early 1990s to 1999, the gallery eventually returned to Chicago, where it resided until closing in 2012 following Young's death. Young represented many of the world's most famous contemporary artists, including Jeff Koons, Richard Serra, Bruce Nauman, Charles Ray, Moyra Davey and James Welling.