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Three Artists and Martin James video recording, 1998-2006

Cuchiara, James A., 1925-2010



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Size: 1 Item; 3.79 Gigabytes

Summary: A video on DVD, 70 minutes, of interviews conducted and filmed by James Cuchiara between 1998 and 2006 with artists Angelo Ippolito, Roy Newell, and Arnold Singer, and art historian Martin S. James. Each interview is conducted at the artists' studios and they discuss current work hanging on the studio walls.

Biographical/Historical Note

James Cuchiara (1925-2010) was an artist in South Beach Miami, Florida, and a friend of Roy Newell's.


Donated 2017 by Robert E. Harrist Jr. a professor at Columbia University, who received a copy of the video from Dominic A. Cuchara, brother of James Cuchiara (the brothers spell their surnames differently) while conducting research on Roy Newell for the exhibition "Color and Time: Paintings by Roy Newell, 1956-2000" at the Pollock-Krasner House in 2014. Harrist was referred to Cuchara by Newell's widow, Anne Newell.

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Three Artists and Martin James video recording, 1998-2006. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.