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Alexandra Juhasz Oral History Interview Conducted by Theodore Kerr for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2017

THEODORE KERR:  Okay. So you sound good.

ALEXANDRA JUHASZ:  Okay.

THEODORE KERR:  I'm very happy.

ALEXANDRA JUHASZ:  Me, too.

THEODORE KERR:  Let's remind each other of the date. It is the 19th. December 19th.

ALEXANDRA JUHASZ:  December 19th.

THEODORE KERR:  Okay. So, this is Theodore Kerr interviewing Alexandra Juhasz at her home in Brooklyn, New York, on December 19th, 2017 for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Interview number one. Hi, Alex.

ALEXANDRA JUHASZ:  Hi, Ted.

Antonio Homem Oral History Interview Conducted by James McElhinney for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2016

JAMES MCELHINNEY:  This is James McElhinney speaking with Antonio Homem, at his home at 94 Thompson Street in New York City, on Monday, the 14th of March, 2016 [for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution].

Good morning.

ANTONIO HOMEM:  Good morning.

JAMES MCELHINNEY:  When was the first time you were cognizant of being in the presence of art?

John Walter Stephan Oral History Interview Conducted by Robert F. Brown for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1986

ROBERT F. BROWN:  [00:00:00] Now this is an interview with John Stephan of Newport, Rhode Island. Brown the interviewer. May 20, 1986. I thought, John, we could begin talking a bit about your upbringing. You were born 1906 in Maywood, Illinois. Is that a suburb of Chicago?

JOHN WALTER STEPHAN:  It's a suburb. It's just beyond, uh––it's 11 miles west of Chicago. Oak Park is eight miles west, so it's just a few more. You go through Forrest Park and then you come to Maywood.

ROBERT F. BROWN:  Were these, were these pretty new communities?

Robert Pincus-Witten Oral History Interview Conducted by Francis Naumann for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2016

FRANCIS NAUMANN: Speaking is Francis M. Naumann, and I'm interviewing Robert Pincus-Witten at his apartment in New York City, on March 23, 2016, for the Archives of American Art [Smithsonian Institution]. Are you ready?

ROBERT PINCUS-WITTEN: I'm ready. Thank you, Francis.

FRANCIS NAUMANN: Anyway, when did your interest in the arts begin? Was it in childhood?

Michelle Stuart Oral History Interview Conducted by Annette Leddy for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2015

[Audio check]

ANNETTE LEDDY: I have to say, before we start, this Annette Leddy, interviewing Michelle Stuart at her house in New York City on November 3rd, 2015, for the Archives of American Art Smithsonian Institution, card number one. Okay. That has to be said.

Joseph Helman Oral History Interview Conducted by James McElhinney for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2010

JAMES McELHINNEY: This is James McElhinney speaking with Joseph Helman at his home in New York City, on Monday, the fourth of January, 2010, for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Nice to meet you.

JOSEPH HELMAN: Nice to see you, James. Thanks for coming.

JAMES McELHINNEY:  I sometimes begin interviews by asking what was the first time you were aware of being in the presence of a work of art?

Robert Longo Oral History Interview Conducted by Judith Olch Richards for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2009

JUDITH RICHARDS: This is Judith Richards interviewing Robert Longo [in] Manhattan on Friday, January 30, 2009 for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, disc number one.

Okay. Robert, so let's start with your family and even maybe your grandparents, as far back you want to—who were they—

ROBERT LONGO: I don't know their—all I know is my grandparents came over from Italy.

JUDITH RICHARDS: Your—

RICHARD LONGO: Grandparents.

JUDITH RICHARDS: —paternal or both?

James Wentzy Oral History Interview Conducted by Cynthia Carr for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2017

CYNTHIA CARR:  Okay. This is Cynthia Carr interviewing James Wentzy at the artist's home, Bailey-Holt House in Greenwich Village, New York, New York on January 23, 2017 for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. And this is card number one. The first thing we need is for you to say your name and spell your last name for them.

JAMES WENTZY:  Surely. James Wentzy. Wentzy is spelled W-E-N-T-Z-Y.  

CYNTHIA CARR:  Okay. And when and where were you born?

JAMES WENTZY:  I was born in Brookings, South Dakota October 21, 1952.

Thomas Carr Howe and Robert Neuhaus Oral History Interview Conducted by Paul Karlstrom and Peter Fairbanks for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1987

PAUL KARLSTROM:  —an institution. This is an interview—or perhaps I should say a conversation—involving four individuals. Thomas Carr Howe, director emeritus of the California Palace of the Legion of Honor here in San Francisco. His friend, and ours, Robert Neuhaus, who is many things. In fact, back in the late '30s, worked with Mr. Howe.

Consuelo Jiminez Underwood Oral History Interview Conducted by Mija Riedel for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2011

MIJA RIEDEL: This is Mija Riedel with Consuelo Jimenez Underwood at her home and studio in Cupertino, California, on July 5, 2011, for the Archives of American Art[, Smithsonian Institution]. This is card number one.

Good morning.

CONSUELO JIMENEZ UNDERWOOD: Good morning.

MIJA RIEDEL: So, before we actually get into the work, I think we'll be wise to take care of the early biographical information. Where and when were you born?

CONSUELO JIMENEZ UNDERWOOD: Sacramento, California, in April 29, 1949.

MIJA RIEDEL: 1949, April 29th. Okay.

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