ALEX FIALHO: This is Alex Fialho, interviewing Patrick Moore for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Visual Arts & the AIDS Epidemic Oral History Project on April 15, 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the Andy Warhol Museum. So, let's dive right in. Can you tell me about when and where you were born, and your early childhood?
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ALEX FIALHO: This is Alex Fialho interviewing Marguerite Van Cook at the Visual AIDS office in New York City, New York, on September 19, 2016, for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, card number one.
So, Marguerite, let's start at the beginning and spend some time on how you grew up. When and where were you born?
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MIJA RIEDEL: This is Mija Riedel with Nancy Hoffman in her gallery in New York on July 15, 2015 for the Smithsonian Archives of American Art. This is card number one.
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HUNTER DROHOJOWSKA-PHILP: This is Hunter Drohojowska-Philp interviewing Richard Kuhlenschmidt at the private beach club known as the Jonathan Club in Santa Monica, California, on June 27, 2014 for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, card number one.
HUNTER DROHOJOWSKA-PHILP: Here it is. You know, yes. It's this thing. This thing is blocking it. So, I'm going to have to do that whole thing over again. I'm really glad we checked that, though.
RICHARD KUHLENSCHMIDT: So, why are you wearing the—
MIJA RIEDEL: All righty. This is Mija Riedel with Richard Shaw at his home in Fairfax, California on November 20, 2015 for Smithsonian Archives of American Art. And we are—this is just not one—and we are going to jump right in our discussion of—
—Viola Frey and we're starting looking at images that Richard has that I will be sure the archives has a copy of as well. But let's just set a little bit of background for this. These are images that you took of Viola's work when you first became aware of it. Is that correct?
MIJA RIEDEL: This is Mija Riedel with Sandra Shannonhouse at the artist's studio in Benicia, California on July 22nd, 2015 for the Smithsonian Archives of American Art. This is card number one.
THEODORE KERR: This is Theodore Kerr, interviewing Fred, Frederick Weston, Frederick Weston at his home in New York, New York, on August 31, 2016, for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, card number one. Hi Fred.
FREDERICK WESTON: Hi Ted.
THEODORE KERR: To start, maybe share with me your earliest memory.
THEODORE KERR: My name is Ted Kerr. I'm here with Doug Ashford on October 14, 2016. We're at Doug's studio in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. We're here for the—speaking for the Smithsonian project.
Doug, I'm going to ask you again, what is your first memory?
LINDA YABLONSKY: Okay, this is Linda Yablonsky. I am interviewing Geoffrey Hendricks, the artist, at his home and studio in New York on August the 18th—17th.
GEOFFREY HENDRICKS: 17th, I think, yeah.
LINDA YABLONSKY: What is the date? Goodness, I wrote down the date somewhere, August 17th. It is Wednesday, August 17 .
GEOFFREY HENDRICKS: Yeah.
LINDA YABLONSKY: For the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, card number one. All right, hello, Geoffrey.
GEOFFREY HENDRICKS: Hi.