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International Council and International Program Records

Subseries I.A: International Program ICE-F Exhibition Files
 
in The Museum of Modern Art Archives




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Funding for the processing and creation of a finding aid for the International Council and International Program Records was generously provided by the International Council of The Museum of Modern Art.
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The Museum of Modern Art, Publisher
Finding aid prepared by Jonathan Lill, Tellina Liu, and Katharine Rovanpera, 2014.
Machine-readable finding aid created by Jonathan Lill. Description is in English.

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
Title: International Council and International Program Records
Inclusive Dates: 1938–2005
Bulk Dates: 1953–2005
Quantity: 336 linear feet in:
785 5" manuscript boxes
14 2.5" manuscript boxes
9 3x4x12" card boxes
2 5x8x12" card boxes
5 12x20x4" flat boxes
2 flat file drawers
Abstract: Records of the International Program and International Council of The Museum of Modern Art comprising extensive documentation of international exhibitions and other Program projects as well as records of Council meetings, their activities, and administration.

Arrangement

The International Council and International Program Records have been maintained wherever possible in their original order. The files have been organized in two major parts comprising the separate records of the Program and Council. Within each part series and their subsidiary divisions follow the division and organization of records as they were produced and stored. For more detail on specific arrangement and origin, please see notes at the beginning of each series.
This finding aid contains the first subseries in the collection:
 
Series I: International Program Exhibition Files 1938–2000
Subseries I.A: ICE-F Exhibition Files 1953–2003
 
Other series are contained in additional finding aids as follows:
Series I: International Program Exhibition Files 1938–2000
Subseries I.B: SP-ICE Exhibition Files 1913–1986
Subseries I.C: ICE-D Exhibition Files 1953–1984
Subseries I.D: Proposed Exhibitions 1954–2000
Subseries I.E: Elizabeth Streibert Exhibition Files 1966–1996
Subseries I.F: "International Circulating Exhibitions Before 1952" 1938–1952
Subseries I.G: Former Collection Guides and Cumulative Exhibitions Lists 1952–1996
 
Series II: International Program Workshop, Symposium and Other Project Files 1953–2005
Subseries II.A: IP Workshop and Symposium Files 1966–2005
Subseries II.B: Mori Art Museum Files 2000–2003
Subseries II.C: Miscellaneous Program Files 1953–2002
 
Series III: International Program Publication Files 1996–2005
Subseries III.A: Primary Documents: A Sourcebook for Eastern and Central European Art since the 1950s 1996–2002
Subseries III.B: Listen, Here, Now! Argentine Art of the 1960s: Writings of the Avant-Garde 1999–2005
 
Series IV: International Program Administrative Files 1944–2005
Subseries IV.A: General Administrative Files 1944-2003
Subseries IV.B: Publicity Files 1953–1971
Subseries IV.C: Geographic Files 1968–2001
Subseries IV.D: Alphabetic Administrative Files 1956–2005
Subseries IV.E: Annual Report Work Files 1966–1997
Subseries IV.F: Cultural Organization Files 1948–1993
Subseries IV.G: International Council Meeting Files 1952–2000
 
Series V: International Council Annual Meeting and Committee Records 1953–2005
Subseries V.A: Fall and Spring Meeting Packets 1969–2005
Subseries V.B: Transcripts 1966–1994
Subseries V.C: Photographs 1965–1998
Subseries V.D: Audio Recordings 1982–1999
Subseries V.E: Administrative Files 1953–1999
Subseries V.F: Travel Files 1964–1985
 
Series VI: International Council Administrative Records 1950–1996
Subseries VI.A: Correspondence 1953–1971
Subseries VI.B: Publicity Files 1951–1956
Subseries VI.C: Reception and Special Event Files 1954–1995
Subseries VI.D: Fundraising Correspondence 1960–1990
Subseries VI.E: 50th Anniversary Fundraising Files 1977–1984
Subseries VI.F: General Administrative Files 1950–1974
Subseries VI.G: Newsletters 1975–1995
Subseries VI.H: Annual Reports 1973–1996


Historical Note

The Museum of Modern Art has always been international in scope. Founded upon the principle that art should have no boundaries, it has sought the best both in its own country and abroad, and its collections, exhibitions, publications and other educational activities reflect this spirit of internationalism. Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, 3rd, Chairwoman of the International Council (1953–1957) and President of The Museum of Modern Art (1959–1962), in The Museum of Modern Art and its Program of International Exchange in the Arts, 1961.

 

The International Program of The Museum of Modern Art was founded in 1952 to expand the Museum's international outreach; it was a natural step forward for the Museum. The Department of Circulating Exhibitions, dedicated to domestic tours, had begun two decades before. The 1938 exhibition sent to Paris, Three Centuries of Art in the United States [MoMA Exh. #76a May 24–July 31, 1938], provided a template for touring exhibitions internationally. Additional exhibitions were sent abroad during the 1940s at the behest of the U.S. government, but in the post-war era, the United States government retreated from sponsorship of international cultural outreach, leaving a gap for MoMA to fill.

To fund the program, a five-year grant was secured from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund in July 1952 that enabled the Museum to develop an initial slate of exhibitions. Former Director of Circulating Exhibitions Porter McCray was appointed as the International Program's first director. The first exhibition was Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors, ICE-F-3-53, which opened in Paris in April 1953. This was quickly followed by a host of exhibitions of works on paper: Young American Printmakers, ICE-F-1-52, Seven American Watercolorists, ICE-F-4-53; Contemporary Printmaking in the United States, ICE-F-5-53; Thirty American Printmakers, ICE-F-6-53; The American Woodcut Today, ICE-F-7-53; and Twenty-Five American Prints, ICE-F-8-53. These first exhibitions demonstrated the ambitious reach of the new Program as they toured not only Northern Europe and Scandinavia, but also Mexico, Central America, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. Apart from works on paper, other MoMA departments and interests were also displayed in early exhibitions. U.S. Selections for Berlin Trade Fair, 1952, SP-ICE-1-52, was the first Program exhibition of design; the first photography exhibition to circulate was Contemporary American Photography, ICE-F-13-53; while The Skyscraper: U.S.A., ICE-F-9-53, and Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture, ICE-F-10-53, were the first architecture exhibitions and circulated widely, including stops in Lebanon, Turkey, Israel, and South America.

Not all of these exhibitions were originated by the Program. Young American Printmakers originated as MoMA Exhibition #547 (though only appeared at the Museum after its tour); while Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture was shown as MoMA Exhibition #528, January 20–March 15, 1953. And while some exhibitions were curated by Director Porter McCray and other Program staff, including curator Frank O'Hara, many other exhibitions were assembled by MoMA curatorial department staff including, in the early years, Edward Steichen, William S. Lieberman, Arthur Drexler, and Dorothy Miller. This mixture of Program and Museum staff producing exhibitions shown at the Museum or only on tour, with numerous exhibitions crisscrossing several continents at the same time, characterize the Program's activities of the first decade.

To provide support and guidance for the Program, MoMA's board of trustees authorized the formation of the International Council in 1953. Mrs. John D. (Blanchette) Rockefeller, along with Mrs. Bliss (Eliza) Parkinson and others led the efforts to plan the Council and build membership and the Council held its first official meeting in 1954, with seventeen charter members and Blanchette Rockefeller as Chairperson. The Council grew and solidified its identity in the succeeding years. In 1956, as the five-year grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund was reaching its end, the Council had to assume full sponsorship for the Program. To this end, the Council was officially incorporated in December 1956. The following November the Council held its first annual fall business meeting, and all successive meetings have been numbered from then.

Meanwhile, the Program's exhibition schedule continued. One of the primary responsibilities of the Program in the early years was to organize the United States' representations at biennials, expositions, and other international gatherings. These included such events as the Internationale Grafik, in Salzburg, Austria; the International Art Exhibition, Japan; the Berlin Trade Fair, Germany; the Inter-American Conference, Caracas, Venezuela; the III International Contemporary Art Exhibition, India; and many others. Most prominent among these events were the Venice Biennale and the Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo. MoMA purchased the United States pavilion in Venice and the first Program exhibitions organized there were solo retrospectives of Ben Shahn and Willem de Kooning at the XXVII Biennale of 1954. The Program would ultimately be responsible for U.S. representation at five Biennales. Program exhibitions also represented the United States at five São Paulo biennials beginning in 1953; the II Bienal featured a survey of work by Alexander Calder and a showing of Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture. (Some later biennial representations were administered by the Program but actually curated by other institutions such as the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.) The Program's responsibility for United States representation at biennials and other events effectively ended in the early 1960s.

Numerous exhibitions created or circulated by the Program in its first decade have remained significant within the history of the museum and in the context of postwar art history. Modern Art in the U.S.A., ICE-F-24-54, was the first multi-departmental show created by the Program and featured more than five hundred objects selected from every curatorial department of the museum. It appeared in Paris as part of the 1955 "Salute to France" cultural program. Also part of that program was the exhibition De David á Toulouse-Lautrec: French Masterpieces from American Collections, an exhibition organized by a consortium of museums led by Porter McCray and the Program. A similarly broad exhibition of French art, French Drawings from American Collections: Clouet to Matisse, SP-ICE-21-58, appeared in 1958 and both of these shows show the breadth of art history the Program was willing to confront in its exhibitions. Perhaps more well know are the shows which promoted Abstract Expressionism to an international audience. The New American Painting, ICE-F-36-57, was a landmark survey of the modern American art movement. Organized by Dorothy Miller and appearing at the Museum after its international tour as MoMA Exhibition #645, the show featured eighty-one paintings by artists still little known outside the United States at the time. Another exhibition promoting this new art was the retrospective Jackson Pollock 1912–1956. Selected by Frank O'Hara, this exhibition debuted at the IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, and appeared together with The New American Painting at locations in Europe. The Family of Man (SP-ICE-10-55 and other designations) is the most widely seen photographic exhibition in history. Curated by Edward Steichen and appearing first at the Museum in 1955 as MoMA Exhibition #569, The Family of Man circulated in multiple versions both domestically and to all corners of the globe for a decade. The exhibition has been permanently on view in Luxembourg since 1975 and the original exhibition catalogue is still in print, making The Family of Man the most enduring of any exhibition the International Program has been associated with.

The International Council and International Program, through their advocacy for international cultural exchange, worked closely with the United States government and agencies as well as foreign governments and international organizations. The United States Information Agency (USIA) specifically commissioned numerous exhibitions, and the tours of shows within some countries were often coordinated by local departments of culture or other organization. From its beginnings the Council also had close relations with UNESCO and the United Nations. The first annual fall meeting of the International Council was held in 1957 in San Francisco to coincide with the 6th Annual Conference of the United States Commission for UNESCO. The Council later assumed responsibility for the design of the executive boardroom at UNESCO's Paris headquarters (SP-ICE-19-57, Philip Johnson, architect). In New York City, International Council receptions for United Nations diplomats were a regular feature of their social calendar. In 1960 the Program and Council began what may be their most unique intersection with the diplomatic world through the Art in Embassies Program. This program assembled collections of artwork for placement in American embassies and ambassadorial residences. Over the next decade, a total of forty-one collections were seen in nearly as many countries. The program achieved its ultimate goal in 1970 when the United States government assumed responsibility for the program.

The International Council had fully matured by the 1970s. In 1968 the Council traveled to South America for their spring meeting and international excursions have been a defining feature of the Council ever since. The Council began publishing newsletters and annual reports at the beginning of the decade, which helped publicize and commemorate their activities. The Program continued a robust exhibition schedule. From the 1960s onward all exhibitions were curated by MoMA curatorial departments and their staff and a greater percentage of the exhibitions appeared at the Museum (before or after the international tour). The shows remained major events in their host countries. In 1974 Modern Masters: Manet to Matisse, ICE-F-163-74, received a grand reception in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia even while Some Recent American Art, ICE-F-160-73, was introducing minimalist and conceptual American art to those same Australian audiences. Twenty years later, the The William S. Paley Collection, ICE-F-250-93, made similar waves in Australia and Japan.

By the 1990s MoMA was far from alone in sending exhibitions on tour, the Museum itself had grown, and the role of the Program was changing as well. The Department of Circulating Exhibitions had previously been merged with the Museum's Department of Exhibitions and responsibility for international tours was now likewise folded into the Exhibitions Department. Though the Program and Council still provide support today for selected exhibitions, the last exhibitions directly administered by the Program toured in 1998. In place of exhibitions, the International Program turned its energies to various activities that could bring museum professionals and artists together from around the world, help elevate professional standards of museums, expose regional artists and art movements to international audiences, and generally promote international cultural conversation. Beginning in 1998 the Program began a series of workshops for museum professionals from Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, Africa, and East Asia; workshops on conservation, and libraries and archives were held in South America and elsewhere; and numerous international symposia on art history were held in New York. At the same time the Program began a new series of publications titled Primary Documents, each volume focused on a different region of the world; the series now comprises seven volumes. Most recently, the Program has been the main force behind Contemporary and Modern Art Perspectives in a Global Age Initiative (C-MAP), a program designed to ensure MoMA continues to best understand and present modern and contemporary art regardless of its place of origin.

The International Council continues to support and enable the Program's efforts. In 2013 at the fall meeting the Council celebrated its sixtieth anniversary. In the decades since the Council and Program's founding, the ability of exhibitions to reach audiences in all parts of the world has been transformed by new technologies even as the forms art takes have similarly multiplied; the art world now encompasses the entire actual world. Through this change the International Council and Program have remained a pivotal part of The Museum of Modern Art and their efforts continue to demonstrate that Blanchette Rockefeller's belief in the spirit of internationalism remains as relevant today as at the Museum's beginning.


Scope and Content

The International Council and International Program Records comprise the comprehensive organizational records of the offices that spearheaded the international outreach of The Museum of Modern Art. The records document the history of one of the first and most important large-scale efforts to promote American art abroad. But the collection also documents the Program and Council's interests in promoting art from around the globe to American and other foreign audiences and their efforts, through symposiums and other methods, to educate museum professionals and improve the communication and mutual support among art institutions on all six continents. The records reflect the incredible breadth and diversity of these activities, documenting over three hundred separate exhibitions, including many of lasting significance to post-war modern art history, and demonstrate the role played by the Council and the Program in MoMA's rise to international preeminence in the art community.

Series I is the primary group of records documenting exhibitions developed and circulated by the International Program. Records are divided into five subseries containing documentation on international circulating exhibitions (ICE-F), special international circulating exhibitions (SP-ICE), and domestic circulating exhibitions (ICE-D), as well as subseries on proposed exhibitions and small quantities of older records, as described below. Subseries I.A: ICE Exhibition Records is the largest of the series and contains records of many of the Program's most significant exhibitions and activities. International Program staff worked closely with MoMA curators and U.S. government officials including the U.S. Information Agency and U.S. embassies to coordinate exhibitions that were circulated to nations across Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Materials include correspondence between curators and artists, notable collectors, U.S. Information Service officials, U.S. embassy staff members, and other museum staff; key exhibition documentation such as exhibition itineraries, checklists, press releases, and installation and publicity photographs; as well as such further documentation as exhibition catalogues and posters, brochures, promotional materials, exhibition floor plans, loan forms and lender correspondence, shipping records, insurance records, and financial records.

Subseries I.B contains records on some of the Council and Program's best known activities, including the international circulation of the photography exhibition Family of Man, and the Art in Embassies program, which curated small collections of modern art for display in diplomatic residences and embassies around the world. Other notable subjects documented here include the exhibition French Drawings from American Collections: Clouet to Matisse, which appeared locally at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and international appearances of the Children's Art Carnival, begun by Victor D'Amico at MoMA. SP-ICE exhibitions were composed mainly of loans from other institutions rather than formed primarily from MoMA collections. Because of this distinction these exhibitions were given their own unique budget code and exhibition number and the records were consistently kept separate from ICE exhibition files. Nonetheless, the records are on the whole similar in character. Materials include correspondence from artists, government and embassy officials, art collectors, gallery owners, museum staff, and even staff from the White House. Additional materials include installation and event photographs, prints, negatives, contact sheets, slides, checklists, box lists, press clippings, press releases, lender lists, itineraries, architectural drawings, exhibition catalogues and posters, articles, journals, meeting minutes and agendas, shipping records, and insurance records.

Subseries I.C comprises records of ICE-D exhibitions which were formed solely of works loaned from foreign institutions and then circulated domestically. While representing only a few exhibitions, these records help demonstrate the dedication of the Program and the Council not merely to promoting American Art, but also to exposing American and foreign audiences to art from all around the world. Exhibitions with particularly extensive documentation here include Art Israel: 26 Painters and Sculptors and The New Japanese Painting and Sculpture. Materials include curatorial and exhibition correspondence, as well as artwork negatives, prints, slides, and contact sheets. Additional materials consist of checklists and box lists, lists of loans, press releases and clippings, artist biographies, exhibition catalogues, shipping records, and excerpts of critical reviews.

Additional subseries contain further exhibition-related documentation. Subseries I.D comprises correspondence and proposals for unrealized exhibitions. Materials range from single letters to proposed lists of artists and lenders, checklists, and exhibition agreements. Other materials included consist of press releases and clippings, research materials, curator and artist biographies, artwork and installation photographs, exhibition catalogues, and posters. Many of these files are for exhibitions that appeared at MoMA and were considered for international tours; additional files are present for symposia and other types of projects. The planning for some unrealized exhibitions advanced far enough that the shows were awarded exhibition numbers; records from those instances will be found in the previous subseries. Subseries I.E comprises a small set of exhibition related files from Program Associate Director Elizabeth Streibert. Some files are for specific exhibitions while many cover several shows or general activity within a set period of time. Records include extensive notes, correspondence, budget sheets, occasional checklists, loan documents, and other materials. Subseries I.F and I.G are two small sets of records from the previous version of this collection, International Program Records, and retained in that order. I.F features a number of records documenting MoMA's international activities prior to the formation of the council, while I.G consists of numerous historical lists of exhibitions assembled at different times.

Exhibitions were never the sole activity of the International Program and from the 1990s, as international exhibition tours became a common activity of many museums and MoMA reorganized the administration of exhibition tours, the International Program refocused its activities on symposiums and workshops and other outputs. Series II documents these other activities, particularly of recent decades. Series II.A concerns conferences and workshops organized by the International Program. Major programs include the International Curatorial Symposium and the Museum Professionals Workshops held for members of the museum profession from Africa, East Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, and Latin America. Other projects represented are the East European Art Symposium, the Hong Kong Museum Practices Workshop, an Indian artist retreat, and many other initiatives. The series includes records documenting all aspects of the arrangements including correspondence with program participants, cooperating art institutions, MoMA's Department of Education, Library and other internal departments. Additional materials include project proposals, participant lists and biographies, publicity packets, itineraries, press clippings and articles, brochures, printed images, and audio cassette tapes. II.B represents the International Program's part in MoMA's advisory role in the creation of the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan. Records include correspondence, building plans, press and promotional materials, and other documents. Series II.C is a set of records detailing various and miscellaneous activities of the Program such as the early publications program, the International Study Center, the Library Overseas Program, and the Pilot Project in Corporate Fundraising for Museums in Central and Eastern Europe. Materials include correspondence, memoranda, email messages, project proposal, research materials, along with occasional exhibition-related documents and other materials.

In addition to workshops and symposia, the International Program has more recently focused on a new publication program devoted to presenting English translations of source materials documenting artists and art movements from different regions of the world. There are currently seven titles in the Primary Documents series with more scheduled for publication. Because the series is less than fifteen years old, only records related to the first publication, with a handful of files from the second publication, have entered the Museum Archives thus far. Subseries III.A contains materials created and compiled for the initial publication, Primary Documents: A Sourcebook for Eastern and Central European Art since the 1950s, published in 2002. Records include drafts of individual essays, biographical information on contributors, research materials, correspondence, contact lists, and bibliographies. Subseries III.B comprises a much smaller set of available files for the second publication, from 2004, Listen, Here, Now! Argentine Art of the 1960s: Writings of the Avant-Garde.

Series IV comprises extant administrative files of the International Program. Many of these files concern day-to-day operations of the program while others may concern exhibitions and activities, but only in so general a way as to not be included in the previous series. Subseries IV.A contains general International Program administrative records. Materials include correspondence, memoranda, contracts with external institutions, reports and other records related to circulating exhibitions and internal Museum and departmental policies and procedures, general informational materials on external institutions, events, and services, meeting minutes, reports, project proposals, expense records, and press releases. Subseries IV.B is a set of publicity records, again, connected to exhibitions and other programming but not tied so directly to individual exhibitions or activities as to be found in those series. Records here include exhibition lists and summaries, label texts, correspondence, memoranda, photograph requisition forms, press release, press clippings, invitation lists, catalogue distribution lists, brochures, event photographs, and reports. This subseries also includes documentation related to the "exhibitions" held at a Manhattan warehouse, showcasing artworks for Program patrons and others before being sent abroad. Subseries IV.C is a set of administrative files organized by country of activity and consists primarily of correspondence with state officials, museum staff, cultural councils, and arts professionals from the different countries concerning various exhibitions and other activities. Subseries IV.D is yet another parallel set of administrative records, originally created and stored in alphabetical order rather than geographic or chronological order as the previous subseries. Documentation is otherwise very similar, consisting of correspondence, project documents, and other materials. Subseries IV.E is composed of files concerning the annual reports published by the Program and Council and containing correspondence, report texts, notes, report layouts, galley proofs, press review extracts, exhibition and publication lists, and other documents. Subseries IV.F contains records of the Program's involvement in external professional organizations, conferences, and advisory groups such as the International Council of Museums, the Americas Society, and the International Congress of Friends of Museums. Finally, Subseries IV.G comprises International Program records of meetings of the Council and its subcommittees. Program staff both reported to these meetings and otherwise participated in them and records here of that activity include meeting correspondence, presentation texts, and other materials.

Series V and series VI represent the full extant of publicly available records of the International Council as separate from the Program. The Council's primary responsibilities have been to support and guide the Program's activities; for most of the Council's history those tasks have been mainly carried out through annual spring and fall meetings as well the regular meetings of several subcommittees. Series V is devoted to these meeting records. Subseries V.A comprises member packets assembled for each attendant to the spring and fall meetings. Spring meeting packets are a larger part of this series as they were typically held outside New York, with extended itineraries and programs. Materials include agenda booklets, memos, press releases, local tour brochures and informational documents. Subseries V.B consists solely of transcripts of spring and fall business meetings and subcommittee meetings. While typically focused on Council business, these transcripts can also include speeches from visiting dignitaries or lectures by curators and scholars. Subseries V.C is a small set of snapshots and formal photographs of Council members at various receptions and events and on spring meeting excursions while subseries V.D is a collection of audio recordings of various Council meetings and gatherings. Subseries V.E is the primary administrative record set concerning Council meetings. Files here include extensive correspondence among senior Council staff and with members, draft and final agendas and minutes, notes, and other planning documents, budget and finance sheets, exhibition proposals submitted for committee reviews, and other materials. The earliest documents in the series date from the very beginnings of the council and before its formal incorporation in 1956. Lastly, subseries V.F is a small set of geographic files containing notes and information on prospective spring meeting sites and other locales of possible interest.

Series VI comprises administrative and other files produced by the Council not directly connected to the planning and organization of the meetings. Subseries VI.A is general administrative correspondence, particularly from the first two decades of the council's existence. Subseries VI.B is publicity files, much on exhibitions and the Program's activities, but also concerning Council activities and trips. Materials here include press releases, news clippings, materials regarding receptions and public events, and exhibition documents such as checklists and itineraries. Subseries VI.C is the records produced from the numerous special events and social functions the Council held or attended, ranging from opening parties and press previews, to receptions and tours for visiting dignitaries and foreign groups. Correspondence, budgets, invitations, and other planning documents are included here. Subseries VI.D and VI.E are both small series of fundraising correspondence and documents. VI.D is general files devoted to the support of specific exhibitions, while VI.E is a set of files documenting the concerted role the Council played in fundraising on behalf of MoMA's 50th anniversary. Subseries VI.F consists of general administrative records, including memos, correspondence, and other documents concerned with membership issues such as dues payments, meeting attendance, and other items. Subseries VI.G and Subseries VI.H are sets of the Council newsletter, published to coincide with the spring meeting, and the Program and Council's annual report, issued in the fall at the same time as the annual business meeting.


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

The records are open for research except for the following restricted materials. Two subseries, Subseries V.D: International Council Audio Recordings and Subseries VI.E: 50th Anniversary Fundraising Records are permanently closed to the public. In other series, all correspondence, forms, and other documentation pertaining directly to loans and lenders and artwork condition and damage are permanently closed to the public. Documents that discuss or relate to an artwork's value, such as insurance checklists, are closed for twenty-five years from the date of creation. International Council meeting files and documentation, such as included in Subseries VI.G, V.B, and V.E, are also closed to the public for a period of twenty-five years. Among other records, any materials from MoMA board meetings or trustee subcommittee meetings are permanently closed to the public, as are occasional documents pertaining to personnel matters, donors and donations, and other sensitive issues. As necessary, restricted materials have been removed from folders and entire folders removed from the publicly accessible files though those files' descriptions remain in the finding aid. If Museum staff wish to view any of these materials they should contact the Museum Archives.

Ownership and Literary Rights

The International Counil and International Program Records are the physical property of The Museum of Modern Art. Rights to work produced during the normal course of Museum business resides with the Museum. Literary rights including copyright belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. For further information, and to obtain permission to publish or reproduce, contact the Museum Archives.


Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in DADABASE, the library catalog of The Museum of Modern Art. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons and Organizations
International Program of Circulating Exhibitions (Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
International Council of the Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
Subjects:
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) -- Exhibitions -- Archives.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). International Program -- Archives
Traveling exhibitions -- History -- Sources
Document Types:
Correspondence.
Exhibition catalogs.
Photographs.
Press releases.


Related Material

As many exhibitions sent on international tours by the International Program originated at the Museum, records of them may be found in Exhibition Files of The Museum of Modern Art. As many of these exhibitions also toured domestically, further information may be found in Department of Circulating Exhibitions Records. The Frank O'Hara Papers contain records of a significant curator of Program exhibitions. As the activities of the International Council and International Program were closely aligned with the activities of the rest of the Museum, and as many staff people held positions in several museum departments, other materials related to the International Council and Program can be found across the collections of the Museum Archives. Exhibition catalogues, annual reports and newsletters, and other publications by or concerning the International Program and International Council may be found in the Museum Library.


Separated Material

Various video recordings have been removed from these records to the collection Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events. Those finding aids contain listings for numerous recordings produced by the Council and Program.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Long version: International Council and International Program Records, [series.folder]. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York.

Short version: IC/IP, [series.folder]. MoMA Archives, NY.

Provenance

The records comprising this collection originated within the Museum over more than six decades and were held within Museum offices. A large portion of this collection was later transfered into the Museum's records management program from which it was retrieved and processed into its current state in 2013. Approximately one tenth of the collection, mainly comprising publicity materials and photographic exhibition documentation, along with some other documentation, was earlier transferred to the Museum Archives by the International Council in June 1994 (with a smaller set of records incorporated into the collection the following year), processed, and opened to the public as the International Program Records. Those files have been completey integrated into the new collection. The finding aid to the previous collection, as well as documents concerning the two record groups' integration, are kept within the Museum Archives.

Processing and Condition Information

The collection as a whole is in good condition. In processing, staples and other metal fasteners were removed; folders and other housings were discarded or replaced with acid-free equivalents; photographs, negatives and other photographic materials were rehoused in polyester sleeves; and acidic and other unstable materials were isolated or encapsulated as appropriate.


 

Series I: International Program Exhibition Files 1938–2000

Series I is the primary group of records documenting exhibitions circulated by the International Program since its establishment in 1953. Records are divided into five subseries containing documentation on exhibitions divided into three categories ICE-F, SP-ICE, and ICE-D and assigned numbers reflecting this classification. These numbers were used both as budget codes for exhibition costs and also served to help identify shows which otherwise have similar titles. The three categories can be differentiated as follows:

ICE-F: "International Circulating Exhibitions—Foreign." These exhibitions were drawn mostly from the Museum's collection, supplemented with works from private collections, and then circulated internationally. Some were adapted from exhibitions originated by MoMA curatorial staff and initially shown at the Museum, while others were developed by Program staff. Some exhibitions, such as 100 European Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art (ICE-F-161-73) and American Art from The Museum of Modern Art (ICE-F-183-78) were organized in exchange with European museums for other loan exhibitions.

SP-ICE: "Special Projects—International Circulating Exhibitions." Special Projects included recurring international exhibitions, competitions, United States representations, and exhibitions funded, organized, and/or circulated by associations of public and private institutions. Many were organized at the request of the United States Information Agency or foreign ministries and governments. For example, U.S. Representation: III International Contemporary Art Exhibition in India (SP-ICE-15-56), organized at the invitation of the All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society, was jointly sponsored by the Ford Foundation and the Indian government.

ICE-D: "International Circulating Exhibitions—Domestic." These were exhibitions of works borrowed from foreign collections and circulated in the United States and Canada under the auspices of the Council, usually with the cooperation of other cultural institutions such as the Japan Society for Calligraphy (Abstract Japanese Calligraphy , ICE-D-3-53) and the America-Israel Cultural Foundation (Art Israel: 26 Painters and Sculptors, ICE-D-12-64). Very few exhibitions were given the ICE-D designation.

In all three categories the alphabetic designation is followed by two numbers separated by a hyphen. The first number is the specific exhibition number, following in numerical order from the prior exhibition. The second two-digit number represents the year planning for the exhibition began (as opposed to when it was actually shown). Thus ICE-F-9-53, The Skyscraper: U.S.A., is the ninth ICE exhibition ever devised, and work began on it in 1953 (though it didn't open until 1954, and toured until 1957). In some instances, such as when exhibitions were reduced in size or substantially reconfigured, they were given new numbers. The Skyscraper: U.S.A. also toured as ICE-F-25-54. Finally, some exhibitions awarded numbers were canceled so early in their planning that no records were produced. Subsequently even the most complete list of exhibitions contain gaps in numbering.

Restriction Note

Some materials in this series have been permanently restricted and are closed to the public, including loan records and artwork condition documentation. Records concerning artwork values, such as insurance lists, that are less than twenty-five years old have also been restricted. Restrictions have been specifically noted in the folder descriptions below.

 

Subseries I.A: ICE-F Exhibition Files 1953–2003

This subseries comprises records of exhibitions planned and circulated by The Museum of Modern Art's International Program, intended to promote modern art and American culture throughout the world, an unprecedented endeavor for an art museum at that time. International Program staff worked closely with MoMA curators and U.S. government officials including the United States Information Agency (USIA) and U.S. embassies to coordinate exhibitions that were circulated to nations across Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Records of particular significance in this subseries include records from such notable exhibitions as The New American Painting, Jackson Pollock 1912-1956, US representation at the Venice Biennale from 1954 through 1962 and five São Paulo Bienals, Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century, New Photography U.S.A., and many others.

Materials include correspondence among curators, other Museum staff, artists, notable collectors, gallerists, U.S. Information Service officials, U.S. embassy staff members, and many others, including such persons as Alexander Calder, Robert Motherwell, Naum Gabo, Ad Reinhardt, Robert Rauschenberg, Man Ray, Helen Frankenthaler, Claes Oldenburg, Sidney Janis, Leo Castelli, Rudolf Zwirner, Alfred H. Barr, Jr., René d'Harnoncourt, Dorothy Miller, Frank O'Hara, Richard Bellamy, Waldo Rasmussen, Kynaston McShine, Riva Castleman, and John Elderfield. Additional materials include exhibition itineraries, checklists, box lists, exhibition press releases, installation and publicity photographs, exhibition catalogues and posters, brochures, promotional materials, installation floor plans, loan forms and lender correspondence, and documentation of shipping, insurance, and finance.

Arrangement

Records are arranged chronologically by exhibition number. If an exhibition toured under more than one exhibition number, those records have been kept together. Note that most exhibitions documented in this series were successfully mounted and toured. However, some unrealized exhibitions were developed to the extent that they were awarded numbers and kept among other records here, while most other unrealized shows are documented in subseries I.D. Additionally, a small number of realized and unrealized exhibitions documented here were never awarded numbers; those records are located in their approximate chronological position. Languages used include English, French, Norwegian, German, Spanish, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, Vietnamese, Japanese, Dutch, Swedish, Catalan, Finnish, and Czech.

ICE-F-1-52 Young American Printmakers

Forty-eight prints by forty artists under forty years old selected by William S. Lieberman. Adapted from MoMA Exh. #547, November 25, 1953–January 31, 1954. Exhibition assembled as U.S. representation for the Internationale Grafik, Salzburg, Austria. Circulated to Salzburg, Linz, Vienna, and Graz, Austria; Munich and Berlin, Germany: July 1952–March 1953. Dispersed in 1953. Also circulated as ICE-F-16-53 and ICE-F-31-57.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1 Young American Printmakers: Itinerary and Checklist 1952–1953
I.A.2 Young American Printmakers: Photographs

Ten artwork photos and checklist.

1952–1953
I.A.3 Young American Printmakers: Photographs

Forty-eight prints of artworks from ICE-F-1-52, and thirty-eight installation photographs from C/E 54-33 Structure and Space in Architecture.

1952–1953
I.A.4 Young American Printmakers Salzburg and other European Cities: Correspondence with Artists and Dealers Regarding Loans

Checklists and correspondence, including letters from artists.

1952
I.A.5 Young American Printmakers Draft of William Lieberman's Note for Salzburg Catalogue

Twelve drafts of Mr. Lieberman's note.

1953
I.A.6 Internationale Graphik, 1952

Exhibition summary and outlines. U.S. portion of this exhibition is titled Young American Printmakers.

1952–1953
I.A.7 Young American Printmakers Publicity: Miscellaneous

Exhibition summary and outlines, press clippings, exhibition announcement, invitations, and memoranda.

1952–1953
I.A.8 Young American Printmakers Salzburg and other European Cities: Loan Receipts.

Loan receipts, delivery receipts, correspondence, and memoranda.

Entire folder restricted.

1952–1953
I.A.9 Young American Printmakers Salzburg and other European Cities, 1952–1953: Work Folder

Index cards used to organize exhibition, memoranda and correspondence, checklists, and photograph requisition forms.

1952–1953
I.A.10 Young American Printmakers Biographical Information on Artists: 1952–1953

Checklist, curatorial correspondence, artists' biographical statements, and general correspondence.

1952–1953
I.A.11 Young American Printmakers Salzburg Exhibition

Invoices, correspondence, customs form, checklist, and loan agreements.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1952–1955
I.A.12 Young American Printmakers Correspondence

Correspondence regarding insurance and loans.

1952–1955

ICE-F-16-53 Young American Printmakers

Small version with thirty-five prints by thirty-five artists. Organized in 1953, it circulated to Mexico City, Mexico and Guatemala City, Guatemala 1958 October–1959 June. The exhibition was destroyed by fire in a Guatemala warehouse July 15, 1959.

Folder Title Date
I.A.13 Young American Printmakers: Checklists
I.A.14 Young American Printmakers: Publicity

Reports and press release.

I.A.15 Young American Printmakers: Photographs

Eighteen photographs showing works in exhibition.

I.A.16 Young American Printmakers El Salvador: Work Folder

Correspondence and telegrams.

1959
I.A.17 Young American Printmakers Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, text for foreword, preliminary lists, checklist, photograph requisition forms, and a Norwegian newsletter.

1954–1958
I.A.18 Young American Printmakers Guatemala: Work Folder

Correspondence and telegrams, arrival notice, correspondence informing the Museum about the destruction of the exhibition in a warehouse fire, insurance claim, and insurance receipt.

1958–1959
I.A.19 Young American Printmakers Mexico: Work Folder

Notes, memoranda, correspondence, air waybill, shipping receipts, checklist, box list, and packing instructions.

1958–1959
I.A.20 Young American Printmakers (Small Edition) Box and Checklists

Checklists, box list, and unpacking and packing instructions.

1954
I.A.21 Young American Printmakers Work Folder

Checklists, correspondence, invoice, U.S. customs amendment, shipping invoices, and customs form.

1954–1959

ICE-F-31-57 Young American Printmakers

Large edition specifically for Norway, adapted from the C/E version; seventy prints by seventy artists. Circulated under the auspices of Riksgalleriet, Oslo to Nottoden, Rjukan, Honnefoss, Tønsberg, Sandefjord, Larvik, Skien, Arendal, Hamar, Drammen, Vikersund, and Oslo September 1957–1958. Dispersed in 1958.

Folder Title Date
I.A.22 Young American Printmakers: Publicity

Reports and draft release.

I.A.23 Young American Printmakers Checklist

Checklists, exhibition summary, box lists, and unpacking and packing instructions.

1957
I.A.24 Young American Printmakers Oslo: Correspondence

Correspondence.

1957–1958
I.A.25 Young American Printmakers Imports, Exports

Introductory text label and shipper's export declaration.

1957

ICE-F-3-53 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors

Fifty-six works by nine painters and eighteen works by three sculptors, selected by Andrew C. Ritchie. Circulated to Paris, France; Zurich, Switzerland; Düsseldorf, Germany; Stockholm, Sweden; Helsinki, Finland; Oslo, Norway: April 1953–March 1954. Dispersed in 1954.

Folder Title Date
I.A.26 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors: Itinerary 1953–1954
I.A.27 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors: Checklist
I.A.28 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors: Publicity

Draft release, publicity reports, and press reactions from Sweden, France, Switzerland, Germany, Finland.

I.A.29 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors: Photographs

Eighty-one prints of works in exhibition.

I.A.30 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors: Photographs

Twenty-four negatives of works in exhibition.

I.A.31 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors: Installation Photographs

Three prints and five glass negatives from Paris, six prints from Düsseldorf, and three prints from Oslo, showing exhibition installation.

I.A.32 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors: Photographs

Thirty-seven event photographs and five negatives from Paris.

I.A.33 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors: Catalogues

Catalogues from shows in Paris, Stockholm, Oslo, Zurich, and Düsseldorf.

I.A.34 Twelve Modern American Painters Unpacking Photograph

Photographic negative of works being unpacked.

1953
I.A.35 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Loans and Lenders

List of lenders, form letter, notes, memoranda, correspondence with lenders, and insurance documents.

1953–1955
I.A.36 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Works for Sale-Lists

Multiple copies of two different lists of works for sale.

Entire folder restricted.

1953–1954
I.A.37 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Zurich: Work Folder

Correspondence, telegrams, and exhibition catalogue.

1953–1954
I.A.38 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Zurich: Publicity-Press Notices

Traveling exhibition summary, press clippings, and translated articles.

1953
I.A.39 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Zurich: Publicity

Two copies of a summary of public and press reaction to exhibition.

undated
I.A.40 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Dusseldorf, Germany: Work Folder

Correspondence with translations, along with telegrams and memoranda.

1953
I.A.41 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Dusseldorf: Publicity

Summaries of press reaction to exhibition, along with memorandum and correspondence.

1954–1955
I.A.42 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Dusseldorf: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, six copies of the press reaction summary, and press clippings with translations.

1953
I.A.43 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Stockholm: Publicity

Draft of press reaction report, descriptions of the news organizations covering exhibition, and press clippings.

1953–1954
I.A.44 12 American Painters and Sculptors Stockholm: Work Folder

Correspondence, inter-office notes and memoranda regarding exhibition costs, news clipping with cartoon, and pamphlet with pricing information.

1953–1954
I.A.45 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Stockholm: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, list of news agencies, correspondence, and press clippings with translations.

1953–1954
I.A.46 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Helsinki: Publicity

Correspondence, notes, and memorandum with transmittal slip.

1953–1956
I.A.47 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Helsinki: Work Folder

Correspondence and telegrams.

1954–1956
I.A.48 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Helsinki: Publicity-Press Notices

Summary of traveling exhibition and press clippings with translations.

1954
I.A.49 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Oslo: Publicity

Guest list for opening reception, a note, and two letters.

1953–1954
I.A.50 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Oslo: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, USIA dispatch, press reaction summaries, and press clippings with some translations.

1954
I.A.51 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Oslo: Work Folder

Correspondence and telegrams.

1953–1954
I.A.52 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors London: Work Folder

Correspondence.

1953
I.A.53 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Basle: Work Folder

One letter.

March 1953
I.A.54 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Copenhagen: Work Folder

Correspondence and telegrams.

1953–1954
I.A.55 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Exhibition Catalogues

Three copies of the exhibition catalogue for Stockholm, two copies of the exhibition catalogue for Paris, and one copy of the exhibition catalogue for Düsseldorf.

1953
I.A.56 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Paris: Publicity

Installation sketches drawn by Alexander Calder, photographs of Calder sculptures, correspondence (including from Edward Hopper and David Rockefeller), letters from lenders acknowledging receipt of catalogues, summary of public and press reaction to exhibition, a partial report from the director, dispatch from the American Embassy in Paris, invitations and invitations list, and book and reproduction catalogues.

1953–1956
I.A.57 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Paris: Publicity-Press Notices, Press Releases

Exhibition summary and outline, American and French press clippings, summary of public and press reaction to exhibition, press release, and a photocopy of the dispatch from the American Embassy in Paris.

1953
I.A.58 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Paris: Catalogue

Text for exhibition catalogue in English and French, René d'Harnoncourt's note, introduction text written by Andrew Ritchie, note written by Jean Cassou, along with artist biographies, personal introduction, lists of lenders and photographs in English and French, and an exhibition catalogue.

1953–1954
I.A.59 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Paris and other European Cities: Work Folder

Exhibition summary and correspondence, catalogue translation costs, work lists, notes, and correspondence for a trip taken by René d'Harnoncourt.

1953–1954
I.A.60 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Paris and other European Cities: Work Folder

Correspondence, exhibition text written by Andrew Ritchie, photograph requisition forms, lists of works in exhibition catalogue, and a form letter for the lease of an artwork for exhibition.

1952–1955
I.A.61 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Paris and other European Cities: Packing and Shipping

Memoranda regarding exhibition expenses, warehouse contracts, and damage reports containing photographs and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Artwork damage reports.

1953–1956
I.A.62 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Paris and other European Cities: Packing and Shipping

Correspondence, memoranda, photostat, box lists, installation information, and packing instructions in English and French.

1953–1954
I.A.63 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Paris and other European Cities: Loan Receipts-Items Considered-Not Used

Exhibition outline, loan forms and receipts, along with loan forms and correspondence for works not chosen for exhibition.

Restricted material removed: Loan records.

1953
I.A.64 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Paris, Zurich, Dusseldorf, Stockholm, Helsinki and Oslo

Correspondence, including handwritten letters from Alexander Calder, memoranda, catalogue text, installation photographs, press release, press clippings, and notes.

1952–1955
I.A.65 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Correspondence: A-L

Correspondence and purchase order, with a handwritten letter from Alexander Calder.

1953–1954
I.A.66 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Correspondence: M-Z

Condition report form, itinerary, and invoices.

Restricted material removed: Condition records.

1953–1954
I.A.67 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Memos, Lists, Etc.

Press release, summary of press reactions, list of newspapers, condition record sheets, correspondence, expenses, and box list in French.

Restricted material removed: Condition records.

1953–1956
I.A.68 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Imports and Exports

Itinerary, invoices, correspondence, case lists, air waybills, and bills of lading.

1953–1954
I.A.69 Twelve Modern American Painters and Sculptors Condition Records

Condition record sheets.

Entire folder restricted.

1953

ICE-F-4-53 Seven American Watercolorists

Forty-two works by seven artists selected by Dorothy C. Miller as U.S. Representation at the 1953 Second International Art Exhibition, Japan, sponsored by Mainichi Newspapers of Japan. Circulated under the auspices of the Foreign Ministry of Japan to Tokyo, Osaka, Ube, Fukuoka, Sasebo, Nagoya, and Takamatsu, Japan; and Honolulu, Hawaii may 1953–January 1954. Dispersed in 1954.

Folder Title Date
I.A.70 Seven American Watercolorists: Itinerary and Checklist 1953–1954
I.A.71 Seven American Watercolorists: Publicity

Press release and press analysis.

I.A.72 Seven American Watercolorists: Photographs

Five installation photographs from Honolulu and one print from Japan.

I.A.73 Seven American Watercolorists: Photographs

Forty-two prints of works in exhibition.

I.A.74 Seven American Watercolorists: Catalogues

Two catalogues from shows in Japan.

I.A.75 Seven American Watercolorists Japan, May 20–Sept. 30, 1953: Work Folder

Correspondence, itinerary, loan forms and receipts, insurance forms, photograph requisition forms, checklists, shipping instructions, history of the International Art Exhibition, exhibition description, and text for catalogue foreword.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1952–1957
I.A.76 Seven American Watercolorists Japan: Publicity-Press Notices

Itinerary, exhibition description and outlines, translated press reviews, and press clippings with some translations.

1953–1954
I.A.77 Seven American Watercolorists Japan: Publicity-Press Notices

Traveling exhibition description and outlines.

circa 1953–1954
I.A.78 Seven American Watercolorists Japan, May 20–Sept. 30, 1953: Publicity

Memorandum and letter regarding exhibition publicity.

1953, 1956
I.A.79 Seven American Watercolorists Honolulu: Work Folder

Correspondence regarding traveling exhibition and loans, list of artwork, and memoranda.

1953–1954
I.A.80 Seven American Watercolorists Correspondence

Correspondence, list of artwork, loan agreement, expenses, box lists, notes, invoices, insurance confirmation, and shipping instructions.

Restricted material removed: Loan form.

1953–1954
I.A.81 Seven American Watercolorists Imports and Exports

Correspondence, case lists, bill of lading, invoices, and air waybill.

1953–1954

ICE-F-5-53 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States

Forty prints by thirty-two artists selected by William S. Lieberman. Circulated to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Launceston, and Hobart, Australia; and Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Gisborne, and Wellington, New Zealand: February 1958–may 1959. Dispersed in 1959.

Folder Title Date
I.A.82 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States: Itinerary and Checklist 1958–1959
I.A.83 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States: Publicity

Press release and notices.

I.A.84 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States: Photographs

Seven prints showing works in exhibition and five prints of installation in Melbourne.

I.A.85 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States: Catalogues

Two catalogues from show in Australia.

I.A.86 Contemporary Printmaking in U.S. New Zealand: Work Folder

Artist list, correspondence, return shipment papers, packing documents, and shipping documents.

1958–1959
I.A.87 Contemporary Printmaking in U.S. Offers of Showings: Various Countries

Form letter offering International Program exhibitions.

January 1957
I.A.88 Contemporary Printmaking in U.S. Work Folder

Foreword describing exhibition, loan correspondence, checklists, and photograph requisition forms.

1954–1958
I.A.89 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States Australia: Publicity-General

Correspondence regarding publicity and exhibition details.

1957–1958
I.A.90 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States Press Releases

Three copies of press release draft for exhibition.

July 1958
I.A.91 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States

Exhibition catalogue for Australia and New Zealand.

1959
I.A.92 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States Rio de Janeiro: Work Folder

Correspondence regarding exhibition scheduling in Rio de Janeiro.

1955
I.A.93 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States Australia: Work Folder

Exhibition description, correspondence, shipping record, box lists, checklist, photograph requisition form, and a list of exhibition photographs.

1956–1959
I.A.94 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States New Zealand: Publicity

Exhibition description and outlines, publicity reports, and press clippings.

1959
I.A.95 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States Australia: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition descriptions and catalogue, exhibition outlines, publicity reports, press clippings, press release, invitations, and revised draft of press release.

1959
I.A.96 Contemporary Printmaking in the United States Box and Checklist

Exhibition note, checklists, box list, exhibition summary, and unpacking and packing instructions.

1954
I.A.97 "Six Print Shows": Correspondence-Artists and Dealers

Exhibition materials for ICE-F-5-53, ICE-F-6-53, ICE-F-7-53, ICE-F-16-53, ICE-F-18-53, and ICE-F-20-53, including memoranda, correspondence with artists, photograph requisition forms, and photographs of prints from the Contemporary Printmaking in the United States exhibition.

1952–1963
I.A.98 "Six Print Shows": Temporary Receipts

Memoranda, notes, and temporary receipts and invoices for ICE-F-5-53, ICE-F-6-53, ICE-F-7-53, ICE-F-16-53, ICE-F-18-53, and ICE-F-20-53.

Entire folder restricted.

1953
I.A.99 "Artists' Biographical Information Print Shows 1953"

Biographical notes and forms for artists featured in traveling exhibitions, descriptions of artwork, and correspondence, for ICE-F-5-53, ICE-F-6-53, ICE-F-7-53, ICE-F-16-53, ICE-F-18-53, and ICE-F-20-53.

1953
I.A.100 American Prints of the Twentieth Century Work Folder

Exhibition list and notes, correspondence, and memorandum.

1953–1955
I.A.101 "Photo Work for Print Shows": Work Folder

Memoranda, photograph requisition forms, and exhibition lists for print exhibitions.

1953–1954
I.A.102 "Curt Valentin Gallery"

Correspondence, memoranda, and lists of prints included in the bequest from Curt Valentin.

1954–1957
I.A.103 "Return of Prints Held on Approval by ICE since 1953": Correspondence

List of works for Brazilian Contemporary Art exhibition, general correspondence and memoranda, and correspondence regarding the return of prints held by ICE, including artist letters.

1963–1966
I.A.104 "Prints": Lists of Prints Purchased

Consignment agreements, receipts, correspondence, and memoranda.

Restricted material removed: Consignment forms.

1953–1958
I.A.105 "Purchase Orders"

Correspondence, memoranda, lists of purchase items, and lists of exhibition costs.

1953–1954
I.A.106 "Print Show Memos and Other Information"

Lists of prints, along with correspondence and memoranda pertaining to print exhibitions.

1953–1959
I.A.107 "ICE Print Exhibitions"

Correspondence, memoranda, press releases, exhibition text, checklists, and exhibition lists for ICE print exhibitions.

1952–1959
I.A.108 "Print Shows: Foreign"

Correspondence and memoranda.

1953
I.A.109 ICE Print Shows Work Folder

Checklists, notes, correspondence, invoices, temporary receipts, case list, bills of lading, exhibition catalogue, and photostats of press clippings for various exhibitions including ICE-F-5-53, ICE-F-6-53, ICE-F-8-53, ICE-F-20-53.

1952–1960

ICE-F-6-53 Thirty American Printmakers

Organized in 1953, circulated 1957–1958. Thirty prints by thirty artists selected by William S. Lieberman. Circulated to Leicester, Newcastle upon Tyne, England; Helensburgh and Edinburgh, Scotland; Rugby, England; Malmö, Växjö, Nyköping, Linköping, Strängnäs, Brombölla, Karlstad, Sundsvall, Stockholm, and Mora, Sweden; Helsinki, Salo, Pori, Tampere, Pietarsaari, Jyväskylä, Mikkeli, Lieksa, Joensuu, and Hamina, Finland: July 1957–December 1958.

Folder Title Date
I.A.110 Thirty American Printmakers: Publicity

Press release and reports.

1953, 1957–1958
I.A.111 Thirty American Printmakers: Photographs

Twenty-three photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.112 Thirty American Printmakers Work Folder

List of artists in exhibition, preliminary checklists, and a photograph requisition form.

1954
I.A.113 Thirty American Printmakers Finland: Publicity Press Notices

Correspondence, revised press release draft, traveling exhibition outlines, exhibition description, traveling itinerary, publicity reports, press clippings, and a checklist.

1958–1959
I.A.114 Thirty American Printmakers Sweden: Publicity-General

Revised press release draft, attendance summary, and exhibition correspondence.

1957–1958
I.A.115 Thirty American Printmakers Great Britain: Publicity-General

Exhibition description, invitation, exhibition announcement, publicity reports, correspondence, and press release draft.

1957–1958
I.A.116 Thirty American Printmakers Great Britain: Publicity Press Notices

Exhibition description, itinerary, exhibition outlines, invitation, publicity reports, and press clippings.

1957–1958
I.A.117 Thirty American Printmakers Sweden: Publicity Press Notices

Exhibition description, itinerary, exhibition outlines, publicity reports, and press clippings.

1958–1959
I.A.118 Thirty American Printmakers Finland: Work Folder

Proposed itinerary, color map documenting exhibition travel in Finland, memoranda, correspondence, shipping documents, and box list.

1957–1959
I.A.119 Thirty American Printmakers Sweden: Work Folder

Summary of exhibition reception, correspondence, shipping record, arrival notice, and box list.

1957–1958
I.A.120 Thirty American Printmakers Great Britain: Work Folder

Photograph list, correspondence and telegrams, proposed text for exhibition introduction, photograph requisition forms, shipping documents, and box list.

1956–1957
I.A.121 Thirty American Printmakers Check and Box List

Checklist, list of artwork, and unpacking and packing instructions.

1954
I.A.122 Thirty American Printmakers Checklist

Three checklists.

1954

ICE-F-7-53 The American Woodcut Today

Copy 1. Organized in 1953, circulated 1955–1958. Forty prints by thirty artists selected by William S. Lieberman. Circulated to Salzburg, Austria; Bergen, Mo i Rana, and Stavanger, Norway; Linz, Salzburg, Graz, and Klagenfurt, Austria; Zagreb, Skopje, and Maribor, Yugoslavia; Padua, Vincenza, Treviso, Ravenna, Florence, Pistoia, Siena, Livorno, Massa, Grosseto, and Viareggio, Italy; Athens, Greece; and Istanbul, Turkey: February 1955–April 1958 . Dispersed in 1958. Also circulated as ICE-F-18-53.

Folder Title Date
I.A.123 The American Woodcut Today: Itinerary and Checklist 1953, 1955–1958
I.A.124 The American Woodcut Today: Publicity

Reports.

I.A.125 The American Woodcut Today: Photographs

Seventy-five photographs of works in exhibition and checklist of photographs.

I.A.126 The American Woodcut Today: Photographs

Nineteen event photographs from Italy and three prints from Greece.

I.A.127 The American Woodcut Today: Printed Matter

Four articles written by William S. Lieberman, including, "Printmaking and the American Woodcut Today," Perspectives USA, no. 12 (Summer 1955): 43-58; "La Gravure sur Bois Contemporaine aux Etat-Unis," Profils, no. 12 (Summer 1955): 50-74; "Druckgraphik und der Amerikanische Holzschnitt von heute, "Perspecktiven, no. 12 (Summer 1955): 117-132; and "L'arte delle stampe e delle incisioni in legno, "Prospetti, no. 12 (Summer 1955): 59-73.

I.A.128 The American Woodcut Today Istanbul: Work Folder

Correspondence, with shipping records.

Restricted material removed: Damages and repairs correspondence.

1956–1960
I.A.129 The American Woodcut Today Italy: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition outlines and itineraries, Italian press clippings, publicity reports, invitations and catalogues.

1957
I.A.130 The American Woodcut Today Beirut: Publicity-General

Correspondence.

1957
I.A.131 The American Woodcut Today Offers of Showings

Correspondence related to offers of showings in Pakistan and Israel, with press releases.

1957–1958
I.A.132 The American Woodcut Today Oslo: Publicity

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence and a Norwegian art exhibition catalogue from the Riksgalleriet.

1955
I.A.133 The American Woodcut Today Norway: Publicity-Press Releases

Exhibition outlines, itineraries and Norwegian press clippings with English translations.

1955–1956
I.A.134 The American Woodcut Today Oslo: Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary and correspondence.

1955–1956
I.A.135 The American Woodcut Today Beirut: Work Folder

Correspondence.

1956–1957
I.A.136 The American Woodcut Today Work Folder

Checklists, photograph requisition forms, correspondence and insurance forms.

Restricted material removed: Damage and insurance claim documents.

1953–1963
I.A.137 The American Woodcut Today List of Photographs Available circa 1954–1956
I.A.138 The American Woodcut Today Publicity

Press releases and correspondence.

1954–1956
I.A.139 The American Woodcut Today Austria: Work Folder

Shipping records, German catalogue, exhibition itinerary, correspondence, box list and checklists, and photograph requisition forms.

1955–1956
I.A.140 The American Woodcut Today Austria: Publicity-General

Catalogue, brochure, opening invitations, publicity reports, and correspondence.

1956
I.A.141 The American Woodcut Today Salzburg: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, handwritten notes, German information card, and photograph requisition forms.

1954–1956
I.A.142 The American Woodcut Today Austria: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition outlines, itineraries, and press clippings.

1955–1956
I.A.143 The American Woodcut Today Italy: Work Folder

Catalogue, correspondence, and shipping records.

1956–1957
I.A.144 The American Woodcut Today Yugoslavia: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition outlines, itineraries, and catalogue.

1956
I.A.145 The American Woodcut Today Yugoslavia: Publicity

Correspondence, with press release.

1956
I.A.146 The American Woodcut Today Italy: Publicity-General

Correspondence, with press release.

1956–1957
I.A.147 The American Woodcut Today Greece: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition outlines and itinerary, press clippings, publicity report, exhibition announcements, and catalogue.

1958
I.A.148 The American Woodcut Today Greece: Publicity-General

Correspondence, with press releases.

1956–1958
I.A.149 The American Woodcut Today Greece: Work Folder

Correspondence including holiday card to Porter McCray from Greek artist Nikos Ghikas, shipping records, box list, and checklist.

1957–1958
I.A.150 The American Woodcut Today Yugoslavia: Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary, box list and checklists, correspondence, catalogue, and press release.

1956
I.A.151 The American Woodcut Today Istanbul: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition outline and itineraries.

circa 1958
I.A.152 The American Woodcut Today Press: Perspectives no. 12

Copy of journal containing article on The American Woodcut Today written by William S. Lieberman, with attached note.

1955
I.A.153 The American Woodcut Today, Copy 1 Box and Checklist

Box list, checklists, exhibition summaries, unpacking and packing instructions, and price list.

1953
I.A.154 The American Woodcut Today Work Folder

Checklists, correspondence, invoices, and box list.

1953–1960
I.A.155 "Itinerary Lists for Traveling Exhibitions"

Correspondence, notes, and itineraries for exhibitions ICE-F-45-60, ICE-F-77-63, ICE-F-87-63, ICE-F-105-66, ICE-F-7-53, ICE-F-18-53, ICE-F-113-67, ICE-F-70-62, SP-ICE-27-61, ICE-F-48-61, SP-ICE-33-63, ICE-F-101-65, SP-ICE-29-62, ICE-F-10-53, ICE-F-27-55, ICE-F-148-70, CE-66-17, ICE-F-13-53, ICE-F-99-64, ICE-F-5-53, SP-ICE-17-57, SP-ICE-10-55, SP-ICE-21-58, SP-ICE-16-57, ICE-F-71-62, ICE-F-79-63, ICE-F-65-61, ICE-F-110-66, ICE-F-120-68, ICE-F-75-62, ICE-F-109-66, ICE-F-22-54, ICE-D-14-67, ICE-F-88-63, ICE-F-80-63, ICE-F-44-60, and ICE-F-24-54.

1966, undated
I.A.156 "Itinerary Lists for Traveling Exhibitions"

Correspondence and itineraries for exhibitions ICE-F-157-71, ICE-F-96-63, ICE-F-95-63, ICE-F-112-67, ICE-F-36-57, ICE-F-83-63, ICE-D-13-64, ICE-F-98-64, CE-65-13, ICE-F-26-55, ICE-F-35-57, ICE-F-97-64, ICE-F-20-53, ICE-F-100-65, ICE-F-61-61, ICE-F-66-61, ICE-F-12-53, SP-ICE-35-65, ICE-F-4-53, ICE-F-68-61, ICE-F-9-53, ICE-F-25-54, ICE-F-82-63, ICE-F-6-53, ICE-F-3-53, SP-ICE-22-58, ICE-F-8-53, SP-ICE-30-62, CE-61-24, ICE-F-23-54, ICE-F-67-61, ICE-F-50-61, ICE-F-69-62, ICE-F-103-64, ICE-F-121-68, ICE-F-1-52, ICE-F-16-53, ICE-F-31-57.

1961, undated

ICE-F-18-53 The American Woodcut Today

Copy 2. Forty prints by thirty artists. Circulated to Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; St. Thomas, Virgin Islands; Rio de Janeiro, Pôrto Alegre, São Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Salvador, and Recife, Brazil; Montevideo, Uruguay; Lima, Peru; Santiago, Concepción, Valparaiso, and La Serena, Chile: February 1954–August 1960. Dispersed in 1960. See also ICE-F-7-53.

Folder Title Date
I.A.157 The American Woodcut Today: Itinerary and Checklist

Also includes publicity reports.

I.A.158 The American Woodcut Today: Photographs

Four prints of events from Brazil and four from Chile.

I.A.159 The American Woodcut Today Chile: Work Folder

Memoranda, correspondence, and bills of lading.

1957–1961
I.A.160 The American Woodcut Today Puerto Rico: Work Folder

Insurance claim, correspondence, memoranda, shipping export declarations, air waybill, checklist, and box list.

1953–1963
I.A.161 The American Woodcut Today Puerto Rico: Publicity

Two letters.

1956
I.A.162 The American Woodcut Today Puerto Rico: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, and press clippings.

1954
I.A.163 The American Woodcut Today Argentina: Work Folder

Correspondence, telegrams, and memoranda.

1957–1959
I.A.164 American Woodcut Today Montevideo: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and traveling exhibition outline.

1957
I.A.165 The American Woodcut Today Brazil: Publicity

Exhibition catalogues, publicity reports, list of publicity photographs, correspondence, memoranda, press releases, and fact sheets.

1955–1957
I.A.166 The American Woodcut Today Peru: Work Folder

Correspondence, box list, memoranda, telegrams, and photograph requisition forms.

1957–1958
I.A.167 The American Woodcut Today Peru: Publicity-General

Four letters.

1957–1958
I.A.168 The American Woodcut Today Peru: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outline, press clippings, and a publicity report.

1958
I.A.169 The American Woodcut Today Virgin Islands: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and traveling exhibition outline.

1954
I.A.170 The American Woodcut Today Rio de Janeiro: Work Folder

Box lists, purchase orders and receipts, correspondence, and memoranda.

1955–1957
I.A.171 The American Woodcut Today St. Thomas, Virgin Islands: Work Folder

Souvenir exhibition catalogue, press clipping, correspondence, memoranda about books sent, checklists, shipping invoices, and box list.

1953–1954
I.A.172 The American Woodcut Today Montevideo: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, and telegrams.

1957–1958
I.A.173 The American Woodcut Today Montevideo: Publicity-General

Correspondence and a traveling exhibition description form.

1957
I.A.174 The American Woodcut Today Chile: Publicity-General

Correspondence, traveling exhibition outlines, publicity reports, press clippings, exhibition pamphlet, invitation, and USIS reports.

1957–1960
I.A.175 The American Woodcut Today Brazil: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition pamphlets and summary, traveling exhibition outlines, and press clippings.

1956–1957
I.A.176 The American Woodcut Today, Copy 2 Box List

Box lists, unpacking and packing instructions, exhibition summary, and a checklist.

1957
I.A.177 The American Woodcut Today Work Folder

Checklists, shipping invoices, customs forms, correspondence, box lists, and bill of lading.

1953–1960

ICE-F-8-53 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White)

Organized in 1953, circulated 1957–1960; twenty-five black and white prints by twenty-five artists selected by William S. Lieberman. Circulated to Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; St. Thomas, Virgin Islands; Quezaltenango and Guatemala City, Guatemala; San Salvador, El Salvador; San José, Costa Rica; Panama City, Panama; Medellin and Bogotá, Colombia; Quito, Ecuador; Lima, Peru; Cochabamba and La Paz, Bolivia; Quayaquil, Quito, Cuenca, Riobamba, and Ambato, Ecuador: February 1957–January 1960. Dispersed in 1960.

Folder Title Date
I.A.178 Twenty-Five American Prints: Itinerary and Checklist 1953, 1957–1960
I.A.179 Twenty-Five American Prints: Publicity

Draft release and reports.

I.A.180 Twenty-Five American Prints: Photographs

Twenty-eight photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.181 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White)

Handwritten and typed checklists, photographs of Lee Chesney engraving, with some correspondence.

1953
I.A.182 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Virgin Islands: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition outline and itineraries, publicity report, press clippings, and catalogue for St. Thomas.

1957
I.A.183 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Costa Rica: Publicity-General

Correspondence, with press release.

1957
I.A.184 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Costa Rica: Work Folder

Correspondence.

1957
I.A.185 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Puerto Rico: Work Folder

Shipping documents, box list, checklist, and correspondence.

1957
I.A.186 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Various Countries: Offering of Showings

Correspondence, with press release.

1957–1958
I.A.187 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Puerto Rico: Publicity-General

Correspondence, with press releases in English and Spanish.

1957
I.A.188 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Puerto Rico: Publicity-Notices

Exhibition outline and itineraries, publicity report, invitation, and catalogue.

1957
I.A.189 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Virgin Islands: Work Folder

Correspondence, with shipping documents.

1957
I.A.190 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Virgin Islands: Publicity-General

Correspondence, with press release.

1957
I.A.191 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Guatemala: Work Folder

Checklist and box lists, shipping forms, and correspondence with itinerary.

1957
I.A.192 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Guatemala: Publicity-General

Correspondence, with itinerary and press release.

1957
I.A.193 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Guatemala: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition outlines and itineraries, publicity reports, and Spanish language catalogue.

1957
I.A.194 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) San Salvador: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition outlines and itineraries, with publicity report.

1957
I.A.195 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) San Salvador: Publicity-General

Correspondence, with press release.

1957
I.A.196 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) San Salvador: Work Folder

Correspondence, including shipping instructions.

1957
I.A.197 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Costa Rica: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition outline and itinerary.

1957
I.A.198 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Panama: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition outline and itineraries, publicity report, Spanish language press clippings, and brochure.

1957–1958
I.A.199 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Panama: Publicity-General

Correspondence, press release, Spanish language brochure, and Universidad de Panama pamphlet with exhibition announcement on page six.

1957–1958
I.A.200 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Panama: Work Folder

Correspondence with shipping records and blank condition report.

1957–1958
I.A.201 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Medellín, Bogotá: Work Folder

Exhibition outline and itineraries, publicity reports, Spanish language press clippings, and Spanish language brochure and catalogue.

1957–1958
I.A.202 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Colombia: Publicity-General

Correspondence, with press releases.

1958
I.A.203 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Colombia: Work Folder

Checklists and box lists, shipping records, and correspondence.

1958
I.A.204 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Work Folder

Spanish language catalogues, press release, check list, and photograph requisition forms.

1958
I.A.205 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Ecuador: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition outline and itinerary, with Spanish language press clippings.

1958–1960
I.A.206 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Ecuador: Publicity-General

Correspondence, with press release.

1957
I.A.207 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Ecuador: Work Folder

Correspondence, with checklist.

1957–1959
I.A.208 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Lima, Peru: Work Folder

Brochures and correspondence.

1958–1959
I.A.209 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) La Paz and Cochabamba, Bolivia: Publicity

Correspondence, exhibition outlines, publicity reports, operations memorandum and newsclippings.

1959
I.A.210 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) La Paz and Cochabamba, Bolivia: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping forms and exhibition outlines.

1957–1959
I.A.211 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Box and Checklist

Checklists, unpacking and packing instructions, and box list.

1954–1959
I.A.212 Twenty-Five American Prints (Black and White) Puerto Rico: Work Folder

Checklists, correspondence, invoices, and case list.

1954–1957

ICE-F-9-53 The Skyscraper: U.S.A.

Copy one. Sixteen photo panels, twenty text panels. Organized by William Alex. English with interchangeable French text. Circulated to Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; Salzburg, Austria; Oslo and Trondheim, Norway; Edinburgh, Scotland; Paris, Lyon, Dunkirk, La Napoule, Arles, and Marseille, France; Beirut, Lebanon; Istanbul, Turkey; Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, Israel: November 1954–December 1957. Exhibition donated to the Zionist Organization of America (Z.O.A. House), Tel Aviv, Israel in 1958. Also circulated as ICE-F-25-54.

Folder Title Date
I.A.213 The Skyscraper U.S.A.: Checklist 1954–1958
I.A.214 The Skyscraper U.S.A.: Publicity

Reports.

I.A.215 The Skyscraper U.S.A.: Photographs

Twelve photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.216 The Skyscraper U.S.A.: Photographs

Twenty-six negatives of photo panels.

I.A.217 The Skyscraper U.S.A.: Photographs

Forty-one negatives of text panels.

I.A.218 The Skyscraper U.S.A.: Photographs

Includes installation images from the Manhattan Storage and Warehouse Building and the pre-tour one day showing presented by MoMA, December 15, 1953, along with thirteen prints from Beirut, two prints from Puerto Rico, and ten prints from Paris.

I.A.219 The Skyscraper U.S.A.: Catalogue

Two brochures, printed matter, and two articles written by William Alex, including "The Skyscraper: U.S.A.," Perspectives USA, no. 8 (Summer 1954): 86-103, and "Le Gratte-Ciel: U.S.A.," Profils, no. 8 (Summer 1954): 81-101 which is also published in Artes de Mexico 3, no. 13 (July-August 1956): 5-12.

I.A.220 The Skyscraper Checklist

Checklist identified in pencil as exhibition number ICE-D-7-53, likely erroneous.

1955
I.A.221 The Skyscraper U.S.A. France: Publicity-General

Correspondence, with brochure.

1956–1957
I.A.222 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Europe: Work Folder-International Circulating Exhibitions

Exhibition itinerary, estimates, correspondence, catalogue text drafts, packing instructions, installation and checklist, and photo requisition forms.

1952–1958
I.A.223 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Proof of Text-International Circulating Exhibitions

Catalogue text proofs.

circa 1953
I.A.224 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Istanbul: Work Folder

Exhibition outline and itinerary, correspondence, and packing and shipping documents.

1955–1958
I.A.225 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Various Countries: Publicity-Press Notices, Magazine Articles

Press materials and clippings including an essay by William Alex in Perspectives no. 8, press clippings and publicity materials from Canada, Norway, and France, press-related correspondence, and press releases in English and French.

1953–1960
I.A.226 The Skyscraper U.S.A. France: French Translation of Text

A draft of catalogue text in French with edits.

circa 1953
I.A.227 The Skyscraper U.S.A. France: Work Folder

Exhibition outline and itinerary, along with brochures, press clippings, press releases, correspondence, requisition forms, and exhibition itineraries for French cities.

1955–1957
I.A.228 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Scotland: Press Notices

Exhibition itineraries, correspondence, and press release for Edinburgh.

1956–1957
I.A.229 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Beirut: Work Folder

Exhibition outline and itinerary, local press clippings with English translations, opening invitations and invitation list, seminar brochures, publicity report, correspondence, and checklists for Beirut.

1953–1957
I.A.230 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Israel: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition outline and itineraries, along with press clippings and brochure from Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

1957
I.A.231 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Israel: Publicity-General

Brochures, invitations, correspondence, and list of publicity photos for Haifa.

1957
I.A.232 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Israel: Work Folder

Correspondence, check and installation list, and brochure.

1957–1958
I.A.233 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Edinburgh: Work Folder

Correspondence, invoices, shipping waybill, telegrams, box lists, and checklist.

1956
I.A.234 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Oslo: Work Folder

Correspondence and telegrams, including materials for ICE-F-7-53 and ICE-F-13-53.

1955–1956
I.A.235 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Oslo: Publicity

Itinerary, two letters, and a note stating that press notices were moved to another folder.

1955–1956
I.A.236 The Skyscraper USA Norway: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outlines.

1955
I.A.237 The Skyscraper, U.S.A. Salzburg: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, and checklist.

1954–1956
I.A.238 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Salzburg: Publicity

Correspondence regarding public reaction in Salzburg to exhibitions ICE-F-9-53 and ICE-F-7-53.

1955–1956
I.A.239 The Skyscraper USA Austria: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outline.

1955
I.A.240 The Skyscraper USA Puerto Rico: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outline.

1954
I.A.241 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Puerto Rico: Work Folder

One letter, memorandum, and press clipping.

1954
I.A.242 The Skyscraper (European Edition) Vienna: Work Folder

Correspondence and memorandum.

1955
I.A.243 The Skyscraper U.S.A. German Translation

Inter-office notes, along with exhibition catalogue text and German translation.

undated
I.A.244 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Various Countries: Offers of Showing

Correspondence with New Delhi, Tehran, Pakistan, and Athens.

1956–1958
I.A.245 The Skyscraper Box and Checklist

Checklist, box list, and unpacking and packing instructions.

1954
I.A.246 The Skyscraper U.S.A.-Copy I French Catalogue

Bound article by William Alex in Prospectus, in French and English.

1954
I.A.247 The Skyscraper: U.S.A Work Folder

Checklist, correspondence, shipping invoices, box lists, and air waybills.

1953–1957

ICE-F-25-54 The Skyscraper: U.S.A.

Second version, Spanish edition: 26 photo-text panels. Circulated to Guatemala City, Guatemala; San José, Costa Rica; Panama City, Panama; Quito and Quayaquil, Ecuador; La Paz, Bolivia; Montevideo, Uruguay; Buenos Aires, Argentina: March 1957–December 1958. Dispersed in 1958.

Folder Title Date
I.A.248 The Skyscraper U.S.A.: Itinerary and Checklist
I.A.249 The Skyscraper U.S.A.: Installation and Event Photographs

Two prints from Guatemala City, four prints from San José, and four prints from Ecuador.

I.A.250 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) South and Central America: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outlines, invitation, and publicity report.

1957–1958
I.A.251 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Work Folder

Correspondence regarding catalogue translation and photograph requisition forms.

1954–1958
I.A.252 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Guatemala: Work Folder

Checklist, exhibition catalogue, correspondence, memoranda, and box list.

1953–1957
I.A.253 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Guatemala: Publicity-General

Correspondence.

1956–1957
I.A.254 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Guatemala: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outlines, press clippings, publicity reports, invitation, and exhibition catalogue.

1957
I.A.255 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Costa Rica: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, and exhibition catalogue.

1957
I.A.256 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Costa Rica: Work Folder

Exhibition catalogue and correspondence.

1957
I.A.257 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Costa Rica: Publicity-General

USIS report and correspondence.

1957
I.A.258 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Panama: Work Folder

Correspondence and telegrams.

1957
I.A.259 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Panama: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and traveling exhibition outline.

1957
I.A.260 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Panama: Publicity-General

Two letters.

1957
I.A.261 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Quito: Publicity-General

USIS report and correspondence.

1957–1958
I.A.262 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Quito: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outlines, press clippings, and publicity reports.

1957–1958
I.A.263 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Quito: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping receipts, and a shipping record.

1957–1958
I.A.264 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) La Paz, Bolivia: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping record, arrival notice, blank condition form, and box list.

1957–1958
I.A.265 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Bolivia: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, press clippings, and publicity report.

1958
I.A.266 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Montevideo: Publicity-General

Three letters.

1957
I.A.267 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Montevideo: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outlines, press clippings, publicity report, invitation, and exhibition catalogue.

1958
I.A.268 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Montevideo: Work Folder

Exhibition and shipping correspondence, along with routing slip.

1957–1958
I.A.269 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Argentina: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, and publicity report.

1957–1958
I.A.270 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Buenos Aires: Work Folder

Correspondence, customs and shipping receipt, bills of lading, blank condition form, and box list.

1958–1959
I.A.271 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Buenos Aires: Publicity-General

Five copies of a press release draft.

undated
I.A.272 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Spanish Text-Printer's Copy

Three drafts of the catalogue text in Spanish and two reports on text corrections.

1954
I.A.273 The Skyscraper U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Publicity-General

Four letters.

1956–1958
I.A.274 The Skyscraper: U.S.A. (Spanish Edition) Box and Checklists

Exhibition summary, box list, unpacking and packing instructions, installation lists for stereo viewer shelves, and checklist.

1954
I.A.275 The Skyscraper U.S.A. Latin America: Import and Export

Correspondence.

1957–1959

ICE-F-10-53 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture

English text, adapted from MoMA Exh. #528 January 20–March 15, 1953. Organized by Arthur Drexler and Henry-Russell Hitchcock. Originally shown at the Second Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, as ICE-F-12-53. Circulated to London, England; Dublin, Ireland; Stockholm, Göteborg, and Malmö, Sweden; Copenhagen, Denmark; Trondheim, Bergen, and Oslo, Norway; and Helsinki, Finland, October 1956–May 1958. Donated to Rakennustraiteen Museo (Finnish Architectural Museum) Helsinki, Finland in 1958. Also circulated as ICE-F-19-53, ICE-F-27-55, SP-ICE-9-55, and SP-ICE-20-57.

Folder Title Date
I.A.276 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Itinerary and Checklists 1957–1960
I.A.277 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Publicity

Press release and draft.

I.A.278 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

One photograph of works in exhibition, four negatives, and three glass negatives.

I.A.279 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

Eleven negatives showing works in exhibition not used in the ICE shows.

I.A.280 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

Negatives of text panels in exhibition.

I.A.281 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

Negatives of French text panels in exhibition.

I.A.282 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

Negatives of Italian text panels in exhibition.

I.A.283 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

Negatives of Portuguese text panels in exhibition.

I.A.284 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

Negatives of Spanish text panels in exhibition.

I.A.285 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

Negatives of Romanian text panels in exhibition.

I.A.286 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

146 negatives of text and photograph panels in exhibition.

I.A.287 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Slides

121 stereo slides of works in exhibition, arranged alphabetically by architect, from Alvar Aalto through Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

I.A.288 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Slides

Fifty-one stereo slides of works in exhibition, arranged alphabetically by architect, from Soleri & Mills through Frank Lloyd Wright.

I.A.289 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

Thirty-nine slides of unidentified architects.

I.A.290 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture

Viewer for stereo slides, along with two sets of lamps.

I.A.291 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Slides

Stereo slides in original envelopes.

I.A.292 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

Eight installation and event photographs from MoMA and three prints from Oslo.

I.A.293 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Publicity: Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outlines, along with exhibition pamphlet.

1956–1958
I.A.294 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Sweden: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, introductory text, press clippings with some translations, exhibition outlines, publicity reports, journals, and exhibition pamphlets.

1957
I.A.295 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture London: Publicity

Revised press release draft, correspondence, and press releases.

1956–1958
I.A.296 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Dublin: Publicity

Correspondence.

1956–1957
I.A.297 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Dublin: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, operations memorandum from USIA, exhibition outline, and press clippings.

1956–1957
I.A.298 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture French Translation of Text

Two letters from the USIS in France and translations for the exhibition text.

1954
I.A.299 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Dublin: Work Folder

Checklist, memoranda, correspondence, and telegrams.

1955–1957
I.A.300 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture London: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, bulletin from USIS, and press clippings.

1956–1957
I.A.301 Built in U.S.A.: Post-war Architecture London: Work Folder

Shipping documents, box lists, checklists, insurance lists, photograph requisition form, and general correspondence.

1955–1958
I.A.302 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Norway: Work Folder

Shipping records and correspondence.

1957–1959
I.A.303 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Finland: Publicity-General

Press release draft and correspondence.

1957–1958
I.A.304 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Finland: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, publicity reports, press clippings, and exhibition catalogue.

1958
I.A.305 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Finland: Work Folder

Exhibition catalogue, correspondence, conditions forms, and shipping record.

1957–1958
I.A.306 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Copenhagen: Work Folder

Correspondence and telegrams.

1956–1958
I.A.307 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Copenhagen: Publicity-General

One letter and one telegram.

1957
I.A.308 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Copenhagen: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outline, publicity report, news clippings, and exhibition catalogue.

1957–1958
I.A.309 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Requests for stereo-realist slides

Correspondence and memoranda relating to exhibition slides, lists of slides held by the museum, and three Kodachrome stereo slides. With one letter from Richard Neutra.

1956–1957
I.A.310 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Sweden: Publicity-General

USIS reports and correspondence.

1957
I.A.311 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Sweden: Work Folder

Exhibition catalogue, correspondence, shipping invoices, memoranda, and checklists.

1956–1957
I.A.312 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Norway: Publicity-General

Press release draft, correspondence, and summary of exhibition response.

1957–1958
I.A.313 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Norway: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outline, summary of exhibition response, and press clipping.

1957–1958
I.A.314 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Europe: Work Folder

Attendance figures, notes calculating materials and costs for exhibition, lists of slides and exhibition panels, checklists, request for publication, and photograph requisition forms.

1953–1958
I.A.315 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture (English Text) Box and Checklists

Installation list for stereo viewer shelves, checklists, exhibition summary, unpacking and packing instructions, installation instructions for stereo viewer, box list, and summary of shipping information.

1953–1957
I.A.316 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture Work Folder

Checklists, correspondence, shipping invoices, and box list.

1953–1958

ICE-F-19-53 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture

Portuguese text. Forty-five photo panels, forty-three text panels, and fifty-six Stereo Realist slides, adapted from ICE-F-12-53. Text translated into Portuguese by Caspar Coelho. Shown in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: April 22–May 7, 1954. Returned to New York in July 1954.

Folder Title Date
I.A.317 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Itinerary

Publicity report.

I.A.318 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

Six event photographs from Rio de Janeiro.

I.A.319 Built in U.S.A.:Postwar Architecture (Portuguese Text) Work Folder

One note regarding location of documents.

1955
I.A.320 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture-Latin American Version Rio de Janeiro: Work Folder

Checklists, packing instructions, shipping notes, memoranda, and correspondence.

1953–1954
I.A.321 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Achitecture-Latin American Version Rio de Janeiro: Publicity

Publicity summary, correspondence, memoranda, and an invitation.

1956
I.A.322 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Portuguese Translation of Text

Exhibition text in Portuguese.

undated
I.A.323 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture-Latin American Verion Rio de Janeiro: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outline, press release in Portuguese, and press clippings.

1954
I.A.324 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture-Latin American Version Il Bienal: Work Folder

Exhibition summary in English and Italian, press release, correspondence, checklists, architects' biographical information and entry forms, photograph requisition forms, memoranda, and notes.

1953–1954

ICE-F-27-55 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture

Spanish edition for South American circulation. Forty-five photo panels, forty-three text panels, and fifty-nine Stereo Realist slides; text panels translated from the Portuguese. Circulated to Mexico City, Monterrey, and Guadalajara, Mexico; Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; Lima, Peru; Buenos Aires, Argentina: September 1956–November 1958. Dispersed in 1958.

Folder Title Date
I.A.325 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Itinerary

Publicity report and press release.

I.A.326 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photographs

Two prints from Puerto Rico, ten prints from Guadalajara, and nineteen prints from Mexico City.

I.A.327 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Brochures

Two brochures from Guadalajara.

I.A.328 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Chile: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, and checklist.

1957–1958
I.A.329 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Chile: Publicity-General

One draft of a press release.

1958
I.A.330 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Argentina: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, and publicity report.

1958
I.A.331 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Peru: Work Folder

Box lists, checklists, photograph requisition forms, shipping receipts, correspondence, and memoranda.

1957–1958
I.A.332 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Introductory Label

Label text in English and Spanish.

undated
I.A.333 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Argentina: Work Folder

Condition report, correspondence, shipping receipts, box list, and invitation.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1958–1959
I.A.334 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Argentina: Publicity-General

One telegram.

1958
I.A.335 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Mexico: Publicity-General

Correspondence, memoranda, and exhibition pamphlet.

1956–1957
I.A.336 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, and photograph requisition forms.

1954–1956
I.A.337 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Spanish Text: Galley Proof

Galley proof of exhibition text in Spanish.

undated
I.A.338 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Spanish Translation of Text

Multiple copies of exhibition text, in Spanish.

1955–1956
I.A.339 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Mexico: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, press clippings, publicity report, and exhibition pamphlets.

1955–1957
I.A.340 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Mexico: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, and publicity report.

1956
I.A.341 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Mexico: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outline, press clippings, publicity report, invitation, and exhibition pamphlet.

1956
I.A.342 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Puerto Rico: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, publicity report, and press clippings.

1957
I.A.343 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Puerto Rico: Publicity-General

Draft of press release and correspondence.

1957–1958
I.A.344 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Puerto Rico: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, shipping airbills, and receipts.

1956–1958
I.A.345 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Peru: Publicity-General

Exhibition catalogues, invitations, publicity report, draft of press release, and correspondence.

1957–1958
I.A.346 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Peru: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, and press clippings.

1958
I.A.347 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Mexico: Work Folder

Receipts, correspondence, memoranda, USIS dispatch, exhibition catalogue, box list, and photograph requisition forms.

1956–1958
I.A.348 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture (Spanish Edition) Box and Checklist

Box list, exhibition summary, unpacking and packing instructions, and checklist.

1953–1956
I.A.349 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture Spanish Edition: Imports and Exports

Correspondence, shipping invoices, bills of lading, air waybill, and box list.

1956–1959

ICE-F-34-57 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture

English Text, Copy two. Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.350 Built in the U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture Temporary Folder

Letter regarding a catalogue request.

1960

SP-ICE-9-55 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture

Fifty-seven photo panels, forty-three text panels, and fifty-six Stereo Realist slides. Commissioned by the USIA for circulation in Italy. Italian text proofed by Margaret Scolari Barr. Circulated to Rome, Florence, Naples, Italy February–November 1956. Text translated into Polish by the USIA at the end of the Italian tour and circulated to Warsaw, Kraków, Gdańsk, and Pozna, Poland: April–May 1957. Also shown at the University of Warsaw, Poland after completion of Polish tour. Dispersed in 1957.

Folder Title Date
I.A.351 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Itinerary

Includes publicity report.

I.A.352 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Photos

Thirty-three installation photographs from Rome.

I.A.353 Built In The U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture for the U.S.I.A.

Installation photograph, correspondence, proposed schedule for contract completion, memoranda, and shipping records.

1955–1957
I.A.354 Built In The U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Translation of Italian Text

Italian text.

1955
I.A.355 Built In The U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Catalogue

Italian exhibition catalogue.

1955
I.A.356 Built In The U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Italian Translation of Labels

Wall text in Italian and English.

1955
I.A.357 Built In The U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Work Folder

Installation floor plans, handwritten notes, correspondence, memoranda, proposed schedule for contract completion, publication request, slide list, packing instructions, introductory panel text, checklist, shipping records, copy of exhibition contract, and photograph requisition forms.

1947–1960
I.A.358 Built In The U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Publicity

Exhibition summaries, press clippings, and correspondence.

1956–1957

SP-ICE-20-57 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture

Copy two, Romanian text. Second version of SP-ICE-9-55 consisting of fifty-seven photo panels, forty-three text panels, and fifty-nine Stereo Realist slides. Commissioned by the USIA and Circulated to Bucharest, Cluj, Subu, and Iasi, Romania; Athens and Salonika, Greece; Belgrade, Nish, Skopje, Subotica, and Titograd, Yugoslavia; and Brussels, Belgium: January 1958–October 1960. Dispersed in 1960.

Folder Title Date
I.A.359 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Itinerary
I.A.360 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture: Itinerary

Publicity reports, correspondence, memoranda, and printed matter, which includes Architectura 5, no. 8 (September-October 1957), in Romanian.

I.A.361 Built In U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Catalogue-Romanian Text

Correspondence and catalogue text in Romanian and English.

1957
I.A.362 Built In U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Work Folder

Memoranda, invoices, correspondence, grant agreement with United States, and photograph requisition forms.

1957–1963
I.A.363 Built In U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Publicity-Press Notices

Press clippings.

1958
I.A.364 Built In U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Publicity-General

Correspondence, photographs and notes from Iasi, Romania, memoranda, sample catalogue, and press release in Romanian and English.

1958
I.A.365* Built In U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture Publicity-General

Exhibition posters in Romanian and Hungarian.

1958

ICE-F-12-53 U.S. Representation: II Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil

A combination of three exhibitions: a retrospective showing of forty-five sculptures by Alexander Calder selected by Margaret Miller; twenty-five paintings and twenty drawings by fifteen artists selected by Margaret Miller and twelve prints selected by William S. Lieberman; and ICE-F-10-53 Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture, selected by Arthur Drexler and Henry-Russell Hitchcock, the Portuguese version of MoMA Exh. #528, shown in São Paulo, Brazil December 12, 1953–February 28, 1954 and at the U.S. Embassy, Rio de Janeiro, April 22,–May 7, 1954 as ICE-F-19-53 following the closing of the Bienal. Dispersed in 1955.

Folder Title Date
I.A.366 U.S. Representation, Il Bienal do Museu de Arte, São Paulo: Itinerary and Checklist 1953–1954
I.A.367 U.S. Representation, Ii Bienal do Museu de Arte, São Paulo: Publicity

Draft release and reports.

I.A.368 U.S. Representation, Ii Bienal do Museu de Arte, São Paulo: Photographs

Five color transparencies of works in exhibition.

I.A.369 U.S. Representation, Ii Bienal do Museu de Arte, São Paulo: Photographs

107 photographs of works in exhibition and one contact sheet.

I.A.370 U.S. Representation, Ii Bienal do Museu de Arte, São Paulo: Photographs

Thirteen photographs of events and Bienal building.

I.A.371 U.S. Representation, Ii Bienal do Museu de Arte, São Paulo: Photographs

Twenty-eight photographs of packing cases.

I.A.372 U.S. Representation, Ii Bienal do Museu de Arte, São Paulo

Floor plans.

I.A.373 U.S. Representation, Ii Bienal do Museu de Arte, São Paulo: Catalogue
I.A.374 II Bienal-Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Lenders

Lists of lenders and works in exhibition, insurance evaluations, list of loans requiring special attention, and loan correspondence. With handwritten letters from Alexander Calder.

1952–1954
I.A.375 II Bienal-Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Lenders

Correspondence, telegrams, and loan memoranda.

1953–1955
I.A.376* II Bienal-Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Lenders

One drawing by Alexander Calder depicting the correct installation of the sculpture Ahab.

1953
I.A.377 II Bienal-Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Lenders

Loan agreements for Calder show with sketches depicting how artwork should be assembled, and loan receipts.

Entire folder restricted.

1953
I.A.378 II Bienal-Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Calder Installation

Bulletin containing images and information on artwork created by Alexander Calder and Ben Shahn for the exhibition.

1954
I.A.379 II Bienal-Museu de Arts Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Work Folder

Entry forms, pamphlets describing regulations, exposition description, correspondence and memoranda discussing jury results and prizes awarded, lists of works for sale, and general correspondence and memoranda. Includes handwritten letters and postcard sent by Alexander Calder.

Restricted material removed: Lists of works for sale.

1953–1956
I.A.380 II Bienal-Museu de Arts Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Work Folder

Correspondence and memoranda, drafts of the catalogue foreword, and a list of works in the exhibition.

1953–1954
I.A.381 II Bienal-Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Copies of Press Release

Five copies of a press release for exhibition.

April 1953
I.A.382 II Bienal-Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Regulations-Entry Forms

Copies of artist forms for exhibition, pamphlets documenting regulations, blank entry forms, and a press release.

1953
I.A.383 II Bienal-Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Publicity

Exhibition description, USIS report, artist list, and press releases in multiple languages including English, Portuguese, and French.

1953–1956
I.A.384 II Bienal-Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Publicity II-Press Notices and Articles

Exhibition summary and outline, official bulletins, and press clippings with some translations.

1953–1954
I.A.385 II Bienal-Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Publicity II-Press Notices and Articles

Press clippings with translations.

1953–1954
I.A.386 II Bienal-Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Packing, Shipping, Photography

Price lists, packing instructions in English and French, shipping receipts and correspondence, insurance claims and forms, box list, and warehouse contracts. Includes a handwritten letter from Alexander Calder.

Restricted material removed: Price lists.

1951–1957
I.A.387 II Bienal-Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Packing, Shipping, Photography

Photograph requisition forms and correspondence.

1953–1954
I.A.388 U.S. Representation: II Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo

Press release, correspondence, memoranda, and press clippings. Includes handwritten letters and a drawing by Alexander Calder.

1953–1956
I.A.389 U.S. Representation: II Bienal do Arte Moderna, São Paulo Receipts

Three receipts for artwork.

Entire folder restricted.

1952
I.A.390 U.S. Representation: II Bienal do Museo de Arte Moderna, São Paulo Correspondence: O-Z

Correspondence, regulations pamphlet, delivery receipt, unpacking instructions, box list, checklist, invoice, and list of loans.

1953–1955
I.A.391 U.S. Representation: II Bienal do Museo de Arte Moderna, São Paulo Imports and Exports

Correspondence, invoices, box lists, USIS correspondence, customs forms, and photograph requisition form.

1953–1954
I.A.392 U.S. Representation: II Bienal do Museo de Arte Moderna, São Paulo Memos

Correspondence, unpacking instructions, checklist, press clipping, photograph requisition forms, and notes.

1953–1954
I.A.393 U.S. Representation: II Bienal do Museo de Arte Moderna, São Paulo Lists, Instructions, Etc.

Artwork sale tags, box list, list of lenders, catalogue list, correspondence, regulations pamphlets, notes, list of publicity photographs, list of artwork, insurance valuations, packing list, checklist, and unpacking instructions.

1953
I.A.394 U.S. Representation: II Bienal do Museo de Arte Moderna, São Paulo Correspondence A-N

Box list, correspondence, list of loans, installation drawings, invoices, loan receipt, and packing instructions. Includes handwritten letters and price lists from Alexander Calder.

1953–1954

ICE-F-13-53 Contemporary American Photography

Organized in 1953, circulated 1955–1956. 110 photographs by twenty-nine photographers selected by Edward Steichen; organized at the request of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan, for inclusion in their exhibition Contemporary Photography: Japan and America. Shown in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan: August–October, 1953. Entire exhibition, with some additions and substitutions (ninety-one photographs) also included in ICE-F-24-54 Modern Art in the United States, photography section, and circulated to Paris, France; Zurich, Switzerland; the Hague, the Netherlands; Linz, Austria; Belgrade, Yugoslavia: March 1955–August 1956. Dispersed in 1956.

Folder Title Date
I.A.395 Contemporary American Photography: Itinerary and Checklist 1953, 1955–1956
I.A.396 Contemporary American Photography: Publicity

Press release, reports, excerpts and analysis of Japanese press, and introduction written by Edward Steichen.

I.A.397 Contemporary American Photography: Catalogue

Catalogue from Tokyo.

I.A.398 Contemporary American Photography Tokyo: Work Folder

Exhibition summary, correspondence and memoranda, lists of photographers, checklists, insurance lists and contracts, packing and unpacking instructions, and catalogue introduction draft.

1953–1954
I.A.399 Contemporary American Photography Rangoon, Burma: Work Folder

Correspondence, pamphlet from the Burma-America Institute, and a March 1953 calendar with activities for the Burma-America Institute.

1953–1954
I.A.400 Contemporary American Photographers Tokyo: Publicity

Press reaction summary, correspondence, and memorandum.

1953–1954
I.A.401 Contemporary American Photography Japan: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outlines, two copies of a publicity poster, press reaction summary, and press clippings with translations.

1953
I.A.402 Contemporary American Photography Sydney, New South Wales: Work Folder

Three telegrams.

1954
I.A.403 Contemporary American Photography Oslo: Work Folder

Correspondence and telegram, checklists, and packing instructions.

1955–1956
I.A.404 Contemporary American Photography Box and Checklists

Checklists, unpacking and packing instructions, and a box list.

undated
I.A.405 Contemporary American Photography Work Folder

Correspondence, delivery receipts, lists of photographs, box lists, checklists, unpacking and packing instructions, exhibition introduction, delivery receipt, shipping invoice, and customs forms.

1953–1957

ICE-F-20-53 Recent American Prints in Color

Organized in 1953, circulated 1957–1960. Twenty-five prints by twenty-five artists selected by William S. Lieberman. Circulated to Honolulu, Hawaii; Manila, Philippines; Saigon, Vietnam; Singapore; Colombo and Kandy, Ceylon (Sri Lanka); Madras, Trivandrum, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Bombay, Ahmadabad, Baroda, New Delhi, and Lucknow, India; Lahore, Peshawar, Pakistan; Chinju City, Pusan, Seoul, Kwangju, and Taegu, Korea. Dispersed in 1960.

Folder Title Date
I.A.406 Recent American Prints in Color: Itinerary and Checklist

With draft press release.

1953, 1957–1960
I.A.407 Recent American Prints in Color: Photographs

Twenty-two prints showing works in exhibition.

I.A.408 Recent American Prints in Color: Photographs

Two prints from Manila, four prints from Singapore, four prints from Colombo, four prints from Bombay, five prints from Ahmadabad, four prints from New Delhi, six prints from Seoul, three prints from Taegu, one print from Lahore, and one print and one negative from Pusan.

I.A.409 Recent American Prints in Color Manila: Publicity-General

Correspondence, telegrams, press release draft, program, and exhibition catalogue for the First Southeast Asia Art Conference and Competition.

1957
I.A.410 Recent American Prints in Color Manila: Work Folder

Shipping receipts, correspondence and memoranda, box list, checklist, and photograph requisition forms.

1956–1960
I.A.411 Recent American Prints in Color Saigon: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outline, press clipping with translation, publicity report, and exhibition text in English and Vietnamese.

1957
I.A.412 Recent American Prints in Color Saigon: Publicity-General

Four letters.

1957
I.A.413 Recent American Prints in Color Saigon: Work Folder

Correspondence and telegrams.

1956–1957
I.A.414 Recent American Prints in Color Singapore: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outlines, press clippings with translations, publicity report, and an invitation.

1957
I.A.415 Recent American Prints in Color Singapore: Work Folder

Correspondence and telegrams.

1957
I.A.416 Recent American Prints in Color Colombo: Publicity-General

Correspondence and telegrams regarding exhibition in Colombo, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), two exhibition pamphlets, draft of press release, checklist, and correspondence for potential exhibition and educational opportunities in Pakistan and India.

1958
I.A.417 Recent American Prints in Color Colombo: Work Folder

Correspondence and telegrams regarding exhibition and art education program, arrival notice, and shipping records.

1957–1958
I.A.418 Recent American Prints in Color Ceylon: Publicity Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, press clippings, publicity reports, and exhibition pamphlet for Ceylon (now Sri Lanka).

1958–1959
I.A.419 Recent American Prints in Color India: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, list of works in exhibition, arrival notice, and condition reports.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1957–1958
I.A.420 Recent American Prints in Color Honolulu: Publicity

One letter.

1957
I.A.421 Recent American Prints in Color Honolulu: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, shipping receipts, and box list.

1956–1957
I.A.422 Recent American Prints in Color Hawaii: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and traveling exhibition outline.

1957
I.A.423 Recent American Prints in Color Philippines: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outline, publicity report, and exhibition catalogue for the First Southeast Asia Art Conference and Competition.

1957
I.A.424 Recent American Prints in Color Work Folder

Drafts of introductory text, curatorial correspondence, memoranda and general correspondence, checklists, and photograph requisition forms.

1953–1957
I.A.425 Recent American Prints in Color West Pakistan: Publicity Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outlines, publicity report, exhibition catalogue, and an invitation.

1958
I.A.426 Recent American Prints in Color Korea: Publicity-General

Traveling exhibition outlines, publicity reports, press clippings, USIS report, memoranda, and an exhibition pamphlet.

1959–1960
I.A.427 Recent American Prints in Color Korea: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, bills of lading, and lists of artwork in exhibition.

1959–1960
I.A.428 Recent American Prints in Color India: Publicity Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outlines, publicity reports, press clippings, visitor comments, press release, invitations, and exhibition catalogues.

1958
I.A.429 Recent American Prints in Color Pakistan: Work Folder

Correspondence, telegrams, and a condition report.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1958–1959
I.A.430 Recent American Prints in Color Hawaii, Philippines, Vietnam, India, Ceylon, and West Pakistan: Publicity Report

Exhibition summary and traveling exhibition outlines.

1957–1958
I.A.431 Recent American Prints in Color Box and Checklist

Case list, checklists, list of artwork, and unpacking and packing instructions.

1954
I.A.432 Recent American Prints in Color Work Folder

Checklists, correspondence, box list, shipping invoices, bill of lading, and museum pamphlet.

1954–1960

ICE-F-21-54 Void

Folder Title Date
I.A.433 Good Design Selections-Anniversary Year Work Folder

Exhibition catalogue for Good Design [MoMA Exh. #463, November 21, 1950–January 28, 1951,] as well as for a Milan exhibition, American Industrial Design, news clipping, press release, and correspondence discussing exhibition, including letters from Charles Eames and Edgar Kaufmann, Jr.

1953–1954

ICE-F-22-54 Memorial Art Exhibition of the Works of Yasuo Kuniyoshi

Thirty-eight paintings, twenty-two drawings, and twelve prints selected by the International Program with the guidance of the widow of the artist, Sara Mazo. Sponsored by the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo and the Mainichi Newspapers. Circulated to Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya, Japan: March 20–June 1954. Dispersed in 1954.

Folder Title Date
I.A.434 Yasuo Kuniyoshi Memorial Exhibition: Itinerary and Checklist

Press release, publicity reports, and Japanese press reactions.

1954
I.A.435 Yasuo Kuniyoshi Memorial Exhibition: Photographs

Forty-seven photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.436 Yasuo Kuniyoshi Memorial Exhibition: Catalogues

Four catalogues in English and Japanese.

I.A.437 Kuniyoshi Memorial Exhibition Publicity: Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outlines, and press clippings.

1954
I.A.438 Kuniyoshi Memorial Exhibition Japan: Publicity

Summaries of press reaction, lists of newspapers in Japan, text of Lloyd Goodrich's article on Yasuo Kuniyoshi, and one letter.

1954–1956
I.A.439 Kuniyoshi Memorial Exhibition Honolulu, Hawaii: Work Folder

Telegrams and notes.

1954
I.A.440 Kuniyoshi Memorial Exhibition Japan: Loans and Lenders

Chart of lenders and works, list of potential artwork, memoranda, correspondence with lenders, loan receipts, and loan agreement forms.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1953–1955
I.A.441 Kuniyoshi Memorial Exhibition Japan: Work Folder

Two copies of the essay on Yasuo Kuniyoshi written by Lloyd Goodrich, correspondence and memoranda, lists of exhibition works, box lists, bills of lading, shipping receipts, receipts for exhibition costs, photograph requisition forms, and correspondence regarding repairs made.

Restricted material removed: Correspondence regarding artwork damage.

1953–1958
I.A.442 Memorial Art Exhibition of the Works of Yasuo Kuniyoshi Correspondence: A-L

Correspondence, transportation contracts, and packing lists.

1953–1954, 1968
I.A.443 Memorial Art Exhibition of the Works of Yasuo Kuniyoshi Correspondence: M-Z

Correspondence, invoices, insurance policies, instructions for collection, and shipping contracts.

1954
I.A.444 Memorial Art Exhibition of the Works of Yasuo Kuniyoshi Imports and Exports

Case lists, correspondence, invoices, shipping certificates, and bill of lading.

1954
I.A.445 Memorial Art Exhibition of the Works of Yasuo Kuniyoshi Memos, Lists

Invoices, insurance claims, packing and shipping lists, correspondence, box list, notes, catalogue list, and list of photographs.

1954

ICE-F-23-54 U.S. Representation: XXVII Biennale di Venezia

Included three exhibition sections: twenty-six paintings and one drawing by Willem de Kooning selected by Andrew C. Ritchie; thirty paintings and six drawings by Ben Shahn selected by James Thrall Soby; and one sculpture each by Gaston Lachaise, Ibram Lassaw, and David Smith selected by Andrew C. Ritchie. Exhibition organized by the International Program at the invitation of the XXVII Biennale di Venezia, Italy: June 19–October 17. 1954.

Folder Title Date
I.A.446 U.S. Representation, XXVII Biennale Di Venezia: Itinerary and Checklist 1954
I.A.447 U.S. Representation, XXVII Biennale Di Venezia: Publicity

Reports and European press reactions, and article,"An American in Venice: Ben Shahn and United States Foreign Policy at the 1954 Biennale di Venezia or Portrait of the Artist as an American Liberal" by Frances K. Pohl, Art History 4, no. 1 1981 March.

I.A.448 U.S. Representation, XXVII Biennale Di Venezia: Photographs

Forty-four prints and ten negatives of Shahn works, twenty-six prints and ten negatives of De Kooning works, one print and one negative of Lachaise works, one print of Lassaw works, and one print of Smith works.

I.A.449 U.S. Representation, XXVII Biennale Di Venezia: Photographs

Seven negatives of artists and MoMA staff.

I.A.450 U.S. Representation, XXVII Biennale Di Venezia: Photographs

Three prints of building and installation.

I.A.451* U.S. Representation, XXVII Biennale Di Venezia: Floor Plans

Floor plans of the American Pavilion.

I.A.452 U.S. Representation, XXVII Biennale Di Venezia: Catalogue

Catalogue of Venice show in Italian and English.

I.A.453 XXVII Venice Biennale American Section: Work Folder

Exhibition pamphlets, exhibition form and text, box list, list of books sent to Biennale, receipts, calculations of costs, correspondence, memoranda, and exhibition regulations.

1954–1955
I.A.454 XXVII Venice Biennale American Section: Work Folder

Correspondence, photograph requisition forms, catalogue lists, and memoranda.

1954–1955
I.A.455 XXVII Venice Biennale U.S. Representation: Publicity-Press Releases

Statements from Biennale announcing participating countries, along with press releases in English, Italian, French, and German.

1954
I.A.456 XXVII Venice Biennale American Section: Loans and Lenders

Notes on lenders, curatorial correspondence, catalogue distribution list, loan correspondence and memoranda, and loan receipts.

Restricted material removed: Lender addresses.

1954–1955
I.A.457 XXVII Venice Biennale American Section: Packing, Shipping, Insurance, Damages, and Repairs

Reports and correspondence regarding damages and repairs, copies of Biennale forms, bills of lading, packing instructions, correspondence, and a blank form describing artwork.

Restricted material removed: Damage reports.

1954–1955
I.A.458 XXVII Venice Biennale American Section: Preliminary Worksheets

Exhibition notes, correspondence, memoranda, packing lists, drafts of box list, and press release.

1954
I.A.459 XXVII Venice Biennale American Section: Publicity

Invitations to preview reception for American exhibition, invitations and photocopies of invitations to other events at the Venice Biennale, lists of participants by country, text of Alfred H. Barr, Jr.'s article, report given to the International Council, catalogue list, guest list for William A.M. Burden's dinner, correspondence regarding publicity, and reactions to the exhibition.

1954, 1959
I.A.460 XXVII Venice Biennale American Section: Pre-Release Publicity

Press releases.

1954
I.A.461 XXVII Venice Biennale American Section: Press Notices, Publicity

Exhibition summary and press clippings in English, Italian, and German.

1954,1957
I.A.462 XXVII Venice Biennale American Section: Catalogue-English and Italian

Exhibition regulations, first and second printing of exhibition catalogue, correspondence and memoranda regarding re-printing of catalogue, catalogue paper samples, catalogue list, printer's copy of English text, printer's and original copy of Italian text, galley proofs, and drafts of James Thrall Soby's essay on Ben Shahn.

1954
I.A.463 U.S. Representation: XXVII Biennale di Venezia Box List

One box list.

1954
I.A.464 XXVII Biennale di Venezia

Brochures, memoranda, press releases, correspondence, exhibition floor plans and photograph source lists.

1953–1955
I.A.465 U.S. Representation: XXVII Biennale di Venezia Work Folder

Invoices, box lists, correspondence, and shipping certificate.

1954–1960
I.A.466 U.S. Representation: XXVII Biennale di Venezia Memos, Lists

Invoices, correspondence, packing lists, lists of boxes, box list, regulations pamphlets, and condition record sheets.

Restricted material removed: Condition records.

1954–1955
I.A.467 U.S. Representation: XXVII Biennale di Venezia Correspondence

Correspondence, list of prints, shipping invoice, and transportation contracts.

1954–1955
I.A.468 U.S. Representation: XXVII Biennale di Venezia Photographs

Photographs of works possibly not included in exhibition.

circa 1954

ICE-F-24-54 Modern Art in the U.S.A.

This exhibition consisted of seven sections, selected from the collection of the Museum of Modern Art with supplementary loans from museum trustees: 108 paintings and twenty-seven sculptures selected by Dorothy C. Miller; eighty-two prints selected by William S. Lieberman; seventeen buildings shown in photographic panels and forty-seven Stereo Realist slides and models selected by Arthur Drexler; 158 industrial design objects selected by Greta Daniel; seventy-one items of typographic design selected by Mildred Constantine; ninety-one photographs selected by Edward Steichen (adapted from ICE-F-13-53 Contemporary American Photography;) three film panels and five film programs selected by Richard Griffith.

Shown in Paris, France as 50 Ans d'Art Aux États-Unis March 30–May 15, 1955. The painting, sculpture, and print sections, in combination with one or more of the other sections were shown thereafter as Modern Art in the United States: Selections from the Collections of the Museum of Modern Art and circulated to Zurich, Switzerland; Barcelona, Spain; Frankfurt, Germany; London, England; the Hague, the Netherlands; Vienna and Linz, Austria; and Belgrade, Yugoslavia July 1955–August 1956. Dispersed in 1956.

Folder Title Date
I.A.469 Modern Art in the United States

Includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, press reports, press clippings, press analysis, and summary of French and British press reactions.

1955–1956
I.A.470 Modern Art in the United States: Publicity

Summary of French and British press reactions.

I.A.471 Modern Art in the United States: Catalogues

One catalogue from London, five catalogues from Frankfurt, one catalogue from the Hague, one catalogue from Belgrade, and one catalogue from Vienna.

I.A.472 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Forty-one photographs and thirteen negatives of works in exhibition, from painting and sculpture, and Volume I. Older Generation of Modern.

I.A.473 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Nineteen prints and seven negatives of works in exhibition, from painting and sculpture, and Volume II. Realist Tradition: Fact, Satire, Sentiment.

I.A.474 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Twelve prints and eleven negatives of works in exhibition, from painting and sculpture, and Volume III. Romantic Painting.

I.A.475 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Twenty-seven prints and eleven negatives showing works in exhibition, from painting and sculpture, Volume IV. Contemporary Abstract Painting.

I.A.476 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Nine prints and five negatives showing works in exhibition, from painting and sculpture, Volume V. Modern "Primitives".

I.A.477 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Fourteen color transparencies showing works in exhibition, from painting and sculpture.

I.A.478 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Twenty-two prints and eleven negatives showing works in exhibition, from sculpture.

I.A.479 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Seventy-five prints and nineteen negatives showing works in exhibition, from prints, Volume VII. Painters Printmakers.

I.A.480 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Thirty-seven prints and eleven negatives showing works in exhibition, from architecture, and introduction by H.R. Hitchcock.

I.A.481 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Twenty-nine photographs of works in exhibition, from industrial and graphic design.

I.A.482 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Twenty-eight negatives showing works in exhibition, from industrial and graphic design.

I.A.483 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Twenty-eight prints and thirty negatives showing works in exhibition, from the photography and film section.

I.A.484 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Six installation, event, and packing photographs from Zurich.

I.A.485 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Two installation, event, and packing photographs from Barcelona.

I.A.486 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Forty-four installation, events, and packing photographs from Frankfurt and two glass slides.

I.A.487 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Twenty-two installation, events, and packing photographs from London and twenty-two negatives.

I.A.488 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Seventeen installation, event, and packing photographs from the Hague.

I.A.489 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Forty-two installation, events, and packing photographs from Belgrade and floor plans.

I.A.490 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Thirty-two installation, event, and packing photographs from Belgrade.

I.A.491 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Forty-nine installation, event, and packing photographs from Paris and floor plans.

I.A.492* Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Forty-seven installation, event, and packing photographs from Vienna.

I.A.493 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Four glass installation, event, and packing negatives from London.

I.A.494 Modern Art in the United States: Photographs

Nine installation and event glass slides from an unidentified location.

I.A.495 Modern Art in the United States: Film

16 mm film, in German.

I.A.496 Modern Art in the United States: Film

35 mm film, in German.

I.A.497 Modern Art in the United States: Film

Soundtrack to 35 mm film, in German.

I.A.498 Modern Art in the USA Frankfurt

List of works in exhibition, correspondence, and exhibition text in English and German.

1955
I.A.499 Modern Art in the USA Zurich: Publicity-Press Notices and Articles

Exhibition summary and outlines, list of artwork, correspondence and memoranda regarding books sent to the library at the Museum of Beaux-Arts, and press clippings with some translations.

1955–1956
I.A.500 Modern Art in the USA Vienna: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary and outline, fact sheet, and press clippings with some translations.

1956
I.A.501* Modern Art in the USA Vienna: Publicity-Press Notices

Two envelopes containing posters and large press clippings.

1956
I.A.502 Modern Art in the U.S.A.Vienna: Work Folder

Correspondence and memoranda, list of publications, shipping letters, list of sculpture base dimensions, catalogue text, and photograph requisition forms.

1955–1956
I.A.503 Modern Art in the USA Vienna: Publicity-General

Fact sheets in English and German, exhibition pamphlet, sample invitation, publicity report, USIS dispatch, exhibition placard, drafts of René d'Harnoncourt's speech at the opening ceremonies, correspondence, memoranda, and a list of books sent to Vienna.

1956
I.A.504* Modern Art in the USA Vienna: Publicity-General

Envelope containing two exhibition posters, one for Vienna and the other for Linz.

1956
I.A.505 Modern Art in the USA Zurich

Box lists, export forms, correspondence, memoranda, drafts of press releases, invoices, and photograph requisition forms.

1955–1956
I.A.506* Modern Art in the USA Milan: Work Folder

Envelope containing three blueprints of the Galleria d'arte Moderna in Milan.

1955
I.A.507 Modern Art in the USA Milan: Work Folder

Italian membership card, correspondence, and telegrams.

1955
I.A.508 Modern Art in the USA Paris: Work Folder

Itinerary, invoices and receipts, notes, exhibition correspondence and memoranda, and curatorial correspondence.

1954–1956
I.A.509 Modern Art in the USA Paris: Work Folder

Lists of film stills, film program, descriptions of film, photograph requisition forms, curatorial and lender correspondence, memoranda, loan receipts, and loan agreement forms.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and lender information.

1954–1957
I.A.510 Modern Art in the USA Paris: Work Folder

Lists of works in exhibition, insurance certificate and policy, Virginia Pearson's notes on exhibition, damage reports, Manhattan Warehouse contracts, correspondence, and memoranda.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1955–1957
I.A.511 Modern Art in the USA Paris: Work Folder

Correspondence and memoranda, box lists, packing instructions, lists of prints and architectural works, warehouse contract, and lists of industrial design and photographic works.

1954–1957
I.A.512 Modern Art in the USA Publicity

Exhibition booklet created by the USIS, text of René d'Harnoncourt's response to a critique of the exhibition, lists of books sent, correspondence and memoranda regarding catalogue and publicity, curatorial correspondence, press reviews, press clippings, lists of slides, and lists of museum publications.

1953–1955
I.A.513 Modern Art in the USA Catalogue

Three exhibition catalogues from Vienna, one exhibition catalague from Belgrade, one exhibition catalogue from The Hague, and one exhibition catalogue from Frankfurt.

1956
I.A.514 Modern Art in the USA the Hague: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition pamphlets, correspondence, list of publications sent to exhibition, drafts of press releases, lists of copy negatives, USIS report, exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, summary of press reaction, and press clippings.

1956
I.A.515 Modern Art in the USA the Hague: Work Folder

Shipping air waybills and receipts, box lists, list of pedestal dimensions, packing instructions, correspondence and memoranda, and photograph requisition forms.

1955–1956
I.A.516 Modern Art in the USA Belgrade: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, press clippings with some translations, and press clippings for other events.

1956
I.A.517 Modern Art in the USA Belgrade: Publicity

Exhibition fact sheets, bibliography of USIS library in Belgrade, lists of people receiving exhibition catalogue, notes on films, invitations to events in Belgrade, text for speeches at opening ceremony, correspondence and memoranda, drafts of script for photography display, and press releases.

1955–1956
I.A.518 Modern Art in the USA Belgrade: Work Folder

Fact sheets, correspondence regarding sale of architecture viewers and panels to USIS Belgrade, text of catalogue introduction, correspondence and memoranda, and photograph requisition forms.

1956–1957
I.A.519 Modern Art in the USA Belgrade: Work Folder

Shipping receipts, box lists, correspondence, and memoranda.

1956–1957
I.A.520 Modern Art in the USA Paris

Exhibition catalogue from Paris exhibition.

1955
I.A.521 Modern Art in the USA Frankfurt: Publicity

Traveling exhibition pamphlet, exhibition summary and outline, drafts of press releases, summary of press reaction, USIS reports, and press clippings with some translations.

1955–1957
I.A.522 Modern Art in the USA Frankfurt: Publicity

Exhibition pamphlets, USIS reports, summaries and text of press reactions, text for Nelson Rockefeller's speech at the exhibition opening, drafts of press releases, lists of catalogue distribution and publications sent to Frankfurt, and American Legion article with museum reaction.

1955–1956
I.A.523 Modern Art in the USA Frankfurt: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, shipping invoices, and lists of publications and stereo viewers sent to Frankfurt.

1955–1956
I.A.524 Modern Art in the USA Frankfurt: Work Folder

Air waybills, box lists, lists of stereoviewers and pedestals, text for René d'Harnoncourt's foreword to the catalogue, photograph requisition forms, and correspondence and memoranda.

1955–1956
I.A.525 Modern Art in the USA Barcelona: Publicity

Traveling exhibition pamphlet and bulletin, USIS dispatch, lists of publications sent to Barcelona, lists of names for catalogue distribution, letters of acknowledgment for catalogues, correspondence, and memoranda.

1955–1956
I.A.526 Modern Art in the USA Barcelona: Publicity

Film showing notes, lists of film negatives, press releases in Spanish, English drafts of press releases, lists of people receiving invitations for exhibition events, and samples of invitations.

1955–1956
I.A.527 Modern Art in the USA Barcelona: Publicity-Press Notices and Posters

Exhibition summary, press clippings with some translations, and exhibition pamphlet.

1955
I.A.528 Modern Art in the USA Barcelona

Photographs of exhibition opening and other events, text for exhibition catalogue foreword, and catalogue text in Spanish. Includes photographs of Salvador Dalí and General Franco at exhibition receptions.

1955
I.A.529 Modern Art in the USA Barcelona

Exhibition pamphlets, bulletins in Spanish, descriptions of exhibition prizes, draft text for catalogue foreword, memoranda and correspondence, exhibition notes, lists of slides, lists of copy negatives and pedestal dimensions, label samples, and list of publications.

1955–1956
I.A.530 Modern Art in the USA Barcelona

Correspondence, memoranda, box lists, and photograph requisition forms.

1955–1956
I.A.531 Modern Art in the USA London: Publicity

List of books sent to London, text describing Calder and Eames films, empty envelope for exhibition poster, congratulatory telegrams, introduction speech text, lists of people receiving invitations, sample invitations, correspondence, and memoranda.

1955–1957
I.A.532 Modern Art in the USA London: Publicity

List of copy negatives, press releases, text of Ben Shahn lecture, correspondence, and press clippings. Includes correspondence from Ben Shahn.

1955–1957
I.A.533 Modern Art in the USA London: Work Folder

Notes, correspondence, text of catalogue foreword, memoranda, plan for assembling Alexander Calder's Jacaranda, and correspondence regarding the extension of the loan for the artwork.

1955–1956
I.A.534 Modern Art in the USA London: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, box lists, and photograph requisition forms.

1955–1956
I.A.535 Modern Art in the USA London: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, and press clippings.

1955–1957
I.A.536 Modern Art in the USA London: Publicity

Correspondence accepting or declining exhibition events at the Tate Gallery.

1955–1956
I.A.537 Modern Art in the USA Catalogue

Exhibition catalogue for ICE-F-24-54 from Vienna show. Also includes Paris catalogue for ICE-F-96-63.

1956, 1965
I.A.538 Modern Art in the USA Paris: Publicity-Press Notices

Informations and Documents journal, press releases, and press clippings.

1955–1956
I.A.539 Modern Art in the USA Publicity: Checklists

Lists of color slides, lists of color transparencies, and lists of photographs and negatives.

1955–1956
I.A.540 Modern Art in the USA Paris: Publicity

Memoranda, correspondence, drafts of John McAndrew article, drafts of George H. Hamilton article, lists of photographs and slide transparencies, exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outlines, list of French newspapers, USIS report, press clippings, and photostats of press clippings.

1954–1955
I.A.541 Modern Art in the USA Paris: Publicity

Press clippings, photocopies of press clippings, and photostats of press clippings.

1955
I.A.542 Modern Art in the U.S.A.

Master lists of exhibition items, master text for catalogue, memoranda, and French and English text for architecture panels.

1955
I.A.543 Modern Art in the U.S.A. Catalogue

Correspondence and memoranda, notes on preliminary estimates and schedules, text for catalogue preface, and lists for the painting and sculpture section of the exhibition.

1954–1955
I.A.544 Modern Art in the U.S.A. Catalogue

Curatorial correspondence, exhibition correspondence and memoranda, drafts of catalogue text, checklist, and lists of works in the prints, architecture, industrial design, typographic design, photography, and film sections.

1954–1955
I.A.545 Modern Art in the U.S.A.Paris: Catalogue Lists

Text of René d'Harnoncourt foreword, text for American Painting and Sculpture in the Twentieth Century section of the catalogue, and lists of works in painting and sculpture section in English and French.

1955
I.A.546 Modern Art in the U.S.A. Paris: Catalogue Lists

Prints, architecture, industrial design, typographic design, photography, and film sections of catalogue text, along with lists of works in these sections in English and French.

1955
I.A.547 Modern Art in the U.S.A. Imports and Exports

Shipping invoices, bills of lading, correspondence, list of publications, box lists, and customs form.

1955
I.A.548 Modern Art in the U.S.A. Press Reviews

Press clippings, report of public reaction, exhibition descriptions, summaries of press reaction, lists of newspapers and periodicals, exhibition foreword, and lists of artwork.

1955–1956
I.A.549 Modern Art in the U.S.A. Box Lists 1953–1956
I.A.550 Modern Art in the U.S.A. Correspondence: A-Z

Correspondence, list of publications, shipping invoice, storage contract, and transportation contract.

1955–1956
I.A.551 Modern Art in the U.S.A. Memos

Correspondence, press release, itinerary, notes, bill of lading, list of transparencies, summary of exhibitions, and list of artwork.

1954–1957
I.A.552 Modern Art in the U.S.A. Condition Record Sheets

Condition record sheets.

Entire folder restricted.

1956
I.A.553 Modern Art in the U.S.A. Imports and Exports

Correspondence, lists of publications, shipping invoices, air waybills, customs forms, box lists, and bills of lading.

1956

ICE-F-26-55 U.S. Representation: International Exhibition of Painters Under 35

Eighteen paintings by six artists selected by Andrew C. Ritchie; sponsored by the Congress for Cultural Freedom. Circulated to Rome, Italy; Brussels, Belgium; Paris, France April–November 1955. Dispersed in 1955.

Folder Title Date
I.A.554 U.S. Representation International Exhibition of Painters Under 35: Itinerary and Checklist

Publicity reports.

1955
I.A.555 U.S. Representation International Exhibition of Painters Under 35: Photographs

Fifteen prints and seven negatives showing works in exhibition and checklist.

I.A.556 Painters under Thirty-Five Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outlines, press clippings, and photostats of press clippings.

1955
I.A.557 Painters under Thirty-Five Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, box lists, and photograph requisition forms.

1954–1956
I.A.558 Painters under Thirty-Five Lenders

Correspondence and loan receipts.

Restricted material removed: Loan receipts.

1955–1956
I.A.559 Painters under Thirty-Five Publicity

Press release and correspondence.

1955–1956
I.A.560 Painters Under 35 Congress for Cultural Freedom

Correspondence, memoranda, and box lists.

1954–1956
I.A.561 U.S. Representation: International Exhibition of Painters Under 35 Correspondence

Box lists, correspondence, lists of artwork, notes, packing specifications, and shipping invoice.

1955–1956
I.A.562 U.S. Representation: International Exhibition of Painters Under 35 Imports and Exports

Customs forms, correspondence, bills of lading, box list, packing specifications, and lists of artwork.

1955

ICE-F-28-56 Recent American Watercolorists

Eighty works by forty-one artists selected by Dorothy C. Miller; sponsored and circulated by the Association Française d'Action Artistique to Laon, Saint-Quentin, Reims, Clermont-Ferrand, and Nice, France October 1956–June 1957. Dispersed in 1957.

Folder Title Date
I.A.563 Recent American Watercolorists: Itinerary and Checklist

Publicity reports.

1956–1957
I.A.564 Recent American Watercolorists: Photographs

Twelve photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.565 Recent American Watercolors France: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outlines, invitations, press clippings, and publicity report.

1956–1957
I.A.566 Recent American Watercolors France: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, text for Frank O'Hara catalogue introduction, catalogue notes, artists' biographies, checklist, and shipping correspondence.

1956–1960
I.A.567 Recent American Watercolors France: Work Folder

Matting instructions, checklist, Art Lending Service receipts, loan correspondence, loan receipts and agreements, and photograph requisition forms.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and receipts.

1956–1958
I.A.568 Recent American Watercolors France: Publicity

Exhibition correspondence and memoranda, press release, and two exhibition catalogues.

1956–1957
I.A.569 Recent American Watercolors Box and Checklist

Checklist of contents.

1956
I.A.570 Recent American Watercolors Loans

Loan agreement forms.

Entire folder restricted.

1956–1958
I.A.571 Recent American Watercolors Correspondence

Correspondence, Art Lending receipts, registrar forms, notes, and delivery receipts.

1956–1960
I.A.572 Recent American Watercolors Imports, Exports

Correspondence, shipping invoices, customs forms, checklists, and box list.

1956–1957

ICE-F-29-56 U.S. Representation: International Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture, Musée Rodin, Paris

One sculpture each by eleven artists selected by Andrew C. Ritchie and Porter A. McCray from a list of artists suggested by the Musée Rodin. Shown at the Musée Rodin, Paris, France. June–October 1956.

Folder Title Date
I.A.573 U.S. Representation: International Exhibition of Contemporary Sculptures: Itinerary and Checklist 1956
I.A.574 U.S. Representation: International Exhibition of Contemporary Sculptures: Photographs

Thirteen photographs of works in exhibition and catalogue from Paris.

I.A.575 International Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture Musée Rodin: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition summary, traveling exhibition outline, and press clippings in French and English.

1956
I.A.576 International Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture Publicity

Correspondence to lenders and artists regarding catalogue distribution and general correspondence.

1956
I.A.577 International Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture Publicity: Press

Exhibition summary and traveling exhibition outline.

1956
I.A.578 International Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture Work Folder

Blank copies of participation form, conditions report, correspondence regarding damages and repairs, and exhibition correspondence and memoranda. Includes a letter from Jacques Lipchitz and installation sketch by Naum Gabo.

Restricted material removed: Conditions report and damage correspondence.

1955–1957
I.A.579 International Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture Work Folder

Box lists, shipping receipt, packing instructions in English and French, loan receipts, photograph requisition forms, catalogue foreword, correspondence, and memoranda. Includes letters from Seymour Lipton, Jacques Lipchitz, Theodore Roszak, and Alexander Calder.

Restricted material removed: Loan letters with lender and condition information.

1956–1957
I.A.580 U.S. Representation: International Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture Checklist

Exhibition summary and case list.

1956
I.A.581 U.S. Representation: International Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture Musée Rodin

Correspondence and catalogue listing.

1955–1956
I.A.582 U.S. Representation: International Exposition of Contemporary Sculpture Imports, Exports

Correspondence, box list, shipping invoices, customs forms, and bill of lading.

1956
I.A.583 U.S. Representation: International Exposition of Contemporary Sculpture Correspondence

Correspondence, condition photographs, lists of case dimensions, catalogue listing, and box list.

Restricted material removed: Condition photographs and memoranda.

1955–1957
I.A.584 U.S. Representation: International Exposition of Contemporary Sculpture Sculpture at Rodin Museum

Loan agreement forms and delivery receipt.

Entire folder restricted.

1956

ICE-F-30-56 U.S. Representation: XXVIII Biennale di Venezia

Forty-five paintings by thirty-five artists selected by Katharine Kuh, organized by the Art Institute of Chicago at the invitation of MoMA for the American Pavilion in Venice, Italy June–October 1956.

Folder Title Date
I.A.585 U.S. Representation: XXVIII Biennale Di Venezia American Artists Paint the City Publicity

AIC press release.

1956
I.A.586 XXVIII Venice Biennale (Art Institute of Chicago) Publicity

Exhibition regulations, invitations, invitation lists, correspondence, and press releases in English and Italian.

1956–1957
I.A.587 XXVIII Venice Biennale (Art Institute of Chicago) Publicity: Press Notices-Various Countries

Press clippings, photocopies of press clippings, and two copies of a circular containing press regarding exhibition.

1955–1956
I.A.588 XXVIII Venice Biennale (Art Institute of Chicago) Work Folder

Exhibition regulations in English and Italian, catalogue page proofs, list of important people in Venice, lists of prize winners, tariff forms, curatorial correspondence, general correspondence and memoranda, and photograph requisition forms.

1954–1957
I.A.589 XXVIII Venice Biennale (Art Institute of Chicago) Publicity: Press Notices-Provincial Cities, Italy

Press clippings in Italian.

1956–1957
I.A.590 XXVIII Venice Biennale (Art Institute of Chicago) Publicity: Press Notices-Milan

Press clippings and photocopies of press clippings, in Italian.

1956
I.A.591 XXVIII Venice Biennale (Art Institute of Chicago) Publicity: Press Notices-Milan, Rome, Venice

Press clippings in Italian, and one memorandum.

1956
I.A.592 Venice Biennale 1956

Purchase orders, correspondence, press excerpt brochures, press releases, and press clippings.

1954–1957
I.A.593 XXVIII Biennale di Venezia

Letter and press release.

1955

ICE-F-32-57 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo

Includes two exhibition sections: Jackson Pollock (1912–1956): thirty-four paintings and twenty-nine drawings by Jackson Pollock selected by Frank O'Hara and twenty-three paintings and fifteen sculptures by eight artists selected by Frank O'Hara, assisted by Porter A. McCray, James Thrall Soby, Dorothy C. Miller and Sam Hunter. Shown in São Paulo, Brazil September 22–December 31, 1957. Dispersed in 1957. See also ICE-F-35-57

Folder Title Date
I.A.594 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Itinerary and Checklists 1957
I.A.595 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Press releases.

I.A.596 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Checklist of Brazilian newspapers, correspondence, memorandum, loan and registration forms, invitations, and English translations of Brazilian articles.

I.A.597 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Contest documentation.

I.A.598 U.S. Representation: IV, São Paulo: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.599 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

U.S. press clippings, from August 1957 through January 1958.

I.A.600 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Press clippings from Brazil.

I.A.601 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Press clippings from Brazil.

July–August 1957
I.A.602 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Press clippings from Brazil.

9/1–9/17/1957
I.A.603 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Press clippings from Brazil.

9/18–9/21/1957
I.A.604 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Press clippings from Brazil.

9/22–9/25/1957
I.A.605 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Press clippings from Brazil.

9/26–9/30/1957
I.A.606 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Press clippings from Brazil, from October 1957.

October 1957
I.A.607 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Press clippings from Brazil, between November and December, 1957.

November–December 1957
I.A.608 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Photographs

Thirty-four photographs of works in exhibition: "Volume I. Pollock Paintings".

I.A.609 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Photographs

Twenty-eight photographs of works in exhibition: "Volume II. Pollock Drawings".

I.A.610 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Photographs

Thirty-eight prints and eleven negatives of works in exhibition: "Volume III. Painting and sculpture by other artists."

I.A.611 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Photographs

Thirty-eight condition photographs.

Entire folder restricted.

I.A.612 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Photographs

Nineteen installation photographs from São Paulo.

I.A.613 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Photographs

Includes twenty-eight installation prints from São Paulo, nine event prints and one event photostat, two packing prints, four building prints, and two building photostats.

I.A.614 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Catalogues

Four catalogues from São Paulo and two brochures.

I.A.615 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Printed Matter

Portuguese article with French and English summaries, titled, Habitat, no. 44 (September 1957), special issue on IV Bienal de São Paulo, and The Museum of Modern Art Members' Calendar of Events (October–November 1957).

I.A.616 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Work Folder I

List of artists, memoranda, correspondence, budget estimates, checklists, Museum purchase records and shipping records.

1957–1958
I.A.617 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Work Folder I

Correspondence including original letters from Alfred H. Barr, Jr. and Arturo Profili, checklists, and shipping records.

Restricted material removed: Correspondence concerning conservation of works.

1956–1958
I.A.618 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Work Folder II

Floor plans, list of exhibiting countries, artist worksheets, official labels for works of art, brochures, sample entry forms, checklists, artist identification forms, records describing jury and prizes, and correspondence including a handwritten note to Porter McCray from Lee Krasner Pollock.

1957
I.A.619 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Packing and Shipping: Insurance, Damages and Repairs

Shipping records, loan forms, correspondence, checklists, and box lists.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and damage memoranda.

1957–1959
I.A.620 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Packing and Shipping: Insurance, Damages and Repairs

Box lists, shipping records, and correspondence.

1957–1959
I.A.621 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Loans and Lenders

Lists of lenders, correspondence, and loan forms.

Restricted material removed: List of lenders, loan forms.

1957–1958
I.A.622 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Architecture and Theatre Arts Exhibitions

Brochures, list of architecture prizes, press releases, newsclippings, and correspondence including letters from Eero Saarinen and José Luis Sert.

1957–1958
I.A.623 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Publicity: General

USIS report, invitations, lists of invitees, lists of people for catalogue distribution, drafts of press releases in English and Portuguese, correspondence, and memoranda.

1957–1958
I.A.624* IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Publicity: General

Envelope containing two exhibition posters.

undated
I.A.625 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Publicity: General

Drafts of press releases, lists of color transparencies and copy negatives, and correspondence regarding exhibition and Jackson Pollock film.

1957–1958
I.A.626 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Catalogues

Notes regarding catalogue schedules and layouts, copyright forms, artists' biographies in English and Portuguese, correspondence, and memoranda.

1957–1959
I.A.627 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Catalogues

Exhibition text in English and Portuguese, catalogue correspondence and memoranda, concordance with Jackson Pollock show, and catalogue proofs with images and text.

1957–1959
I.A.628 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Worksheets: Artists-I

Worksheets for artists, from Brooks through Lipton.

1957
I.A.629 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Worksheets: Artists-II

Worksheets for Jackson Pollock paintings and drawings in exhibition.

1957
I.A.630 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Catalogues: Page Proofs

Page proofs for U.S. catalogue and Jackson Pollock catalogue.

1957
I.A.631 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Box and Checklist

Checklist and box lists.

1957
I.A.632 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Press Comments-Translations

Press reviews.

1957
I.A.633 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil

Press releases and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Loan records.

1957
I.A.634 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Correspondence 1957
I.A.635 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Drawings

Checklist and loan agreement forms.

Entire folder restricted.

1956–1958
I.A.636 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Imports and Exports

Correspondence, box lists, consular forms, shipping invoices, bill of lading, checklists, insurance certificates, and insurance endorsements.

1957–1958
I.A.637 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Correspondence: A-O

Correspondence, shipping receipts, loan approval, box list, weight certificate, photostat of a bill of lading, transportation contract, and air waybill.

1957–1959
I.A.638 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Correspondence: P-Z

Correspondence, transportation contracts, and shipping invoices.

1957–1959
I.A.639 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Memos, Condition

Registrar forms, correspondence, condition reports, and notes.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports and damage correspondence.

1957–1958
I.A.640 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Condition Record Sheets

Condition record sheets.

Entire folder restricted.

undated
I.A.641 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna São Paulo, Sept.–Dec. 1957

Exhibition catalogue.

1957
I.A.642 IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna São Paulo, Sept.–Dec. 1957

Separate exhibition catalogue for the simultaneous Pollock Retrospective, ICE-F-35-57.

1957

ICE-F-33-57 Latin American Architecture Since 1945

Fifty-two photo panels, twenty-one photo-text panels, and forty-nine Stereo Realist slides representing forty-nine examples of architecture from eleven Central and Latin American countries, organized by Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Rosalie Thorne McKenna as a special survey exhibition commissioned by the International Program (MoMA Exh. #590 1955 November–1956 February) for the Museum's twenty-fifth anniversary. The original version (English text) circulated as ICE-D-6-54 1956–1957. The Spanish version circulated to Mexico City, Mexico; Havana, Cuba; and Caracas, Venezuela July 1957–July 1958. Dispersed in 1959. Also circulated nationally as ICE-D-10-56 (smaller panel version) 1957–1961. A planned C/E version, 56-11, was canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.643 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Itinerary and Checklist 1955–1961
I.A.644 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Publicity
I.A.645 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Publicity

Reports.

I.A.646 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Publicity

Correspondence and invitation.

I.A.647 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Photographs

Seventy-two negatives showing works in exhibition.

I.A.648 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Photographs

Sixty-five negatives showing works in exhibition.

I.A.649 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Slides

Fifty slides in box and thirty-seven slides in envelope depicting works in exhibition.

I.A.650 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Photographs

Thirteen prints of photo panels showing works in exhibition, eight prints of installation photos at MoMA, eight prints of events in Mexico City, and ten prints of events in Havana.

I.A.651 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Photographs

Forty-two negatives, text panels in exhibition, and plans, in English.

I.A.652 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Photographs

Forty-four negatives showing text panels in exhibition in English.

I.A.653 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Photographs

Eighty-three negatives showing text panels in exhibition, in Spanish.

I.A.654 Latin American Architecture Since 1945

Typescript of wall labels.

I.A.655 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Catalogues

Includes one MoMA published catalogue, along with five brochures and one leaflet from Havana.

I.A.656 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 Permanent Record Sheet

Checklists of slides.

Circa 1959
I.A.657 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 General Work Folder

Correspondence and memordanda.

1957–1960
I.A.658 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 Caracas: Publicity-General

Correspondence.

1958
I.A.659 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 Cuba: Work Folder

Request for publication, itinerary, memoranda, correspondence, shipping records, budget records and box lists.

1956–1958
I.A.660 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 Caracas: Work Folder

Correspondence, checklists and records of damage to photographs.

1958–1959
I.A.661 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 Mexico: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, checklists and photograph requisition forms.

1956–1957
I.A.662 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 Mexico: Work Folder

Correspondence, with checklist.

1958
I.A.663 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 Chicago: Work Folder

Proposal for Festival of the Americas, Pan American Games 1959 brochure, checklists, list of publicity prints, exhibition proposal and itinerary, memoranda, shipping records, and text from the presentation of Festival of the Americas.

1958–1959
I.A.664 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 Dallas: Work Folder

Correspondence including letter from Harwood K. Smith to Mrs. Cable Senior, photograph of "House for Oscar Niemeyer" and a list of photographers for exhibition images.

1959
I.A.665 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 Work Folder

Checklists and installation lists, packing instructions, press release, correspondence, memoranda, permanent record sheet and miscellaneous handwritten exhibition notes.

1956–1961
I.A.666 Latin American Architecture since 1945 Box and Checklist

Exhibition summary, box list, unpacking and packing instructions, and checklists.

1956–1957
I.A.667 Latin American Architecture since 1945 Correspondence

Correspondence and box list.

1955–1959
I.A.668 Latin American Architecture since 1945 Imports and Exports

Shipping invoices, correspondence, and bills of lading.

1957–1958

ICE-D-6-54 Latin American Architecture Since 1945

Folder Title Date
I.A.669 Latin American Architecture Since 1945: Itinerary
I.A.670 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 Text Conversion from English to Spanish

Packing instructions, box lists, memoranda, correspondence, catalogue text in English and Spanish, and press release.

1955–1958
I.A.671 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 Work Folder

Includes checklist, correspondence, insurance report, and invoices.

1955–1956

ICE-D-10-56 Latin American Architecture Since 1945

Folder Title Date
I.A.672 Latin American Architecture Since 1945 Correspondence

Memoranda and itinerary.

1960

ICE-F-35-57 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956

An edition of the exhibition for Europe organized in 1957 and circulated 1958–1959. Thirty-one paintings and twenty drawings and watercolors selected by Frank O'Hara. Exhibition based on a retrospective shown as part of ICE-F-32-57 U.S. Representation: IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, 1957. Circulated to Rome, Italy; Basel, Switzerland; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Hamburg and Berlin, Germany; London, England; Paris, France March 1958–February 1959. Also circulated concurrently with ICE-F-36-57 The New American Painting in Basel, Berlin and Paris. Dispersed in 1959.

Folder Title Date
I.A.673 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956: Itinerary and Checklist

Itinerary and checklist of which ICE exhibitions included works by Jackson Pollock.

1958-1969
I.A.674 Jackson Pollock: Publicity

Announcement and invitation.

I.A.675 Jackson Pollock: Publicity

Reports and press clippings for all venues.

I.A.676 Jackson Pollock: Publicity

Draft release, reports, and press clippings from Rome.

I.A.677 Jackson Pollock: Publicity

Reports and press clippings from Basel.

I.A.678 Jackson Pollock: Publicity

Reports and press clippings from Amsterdam.

I.A.679 Jackson Pollock: Publicity

Reports and press clippings from London.

I.A.680 Jackson Pollock: Publicity

Summary of press reactions.

I.A.681 Jackson Pollock: Photographs

Fourteen publicity photographs.

I.A.682 Jackson Pollock: Photographs

Thirty-four prints and one negative from Rome, eight prints from London, and one contact sheet from New York.

I.A.683 Jackson Pollock: Catalogues

One catalogue each from London, Berlin, Basel, Hamburg, Paris, Amsterdam, and three from Rome.

I.A.684 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Rome: Publicity-General

Program from the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, project proposal, publicity report, exhibition poster, invitation, publicity presentation, shipping records, correspondence including a telegram from Porter McCray to Cy Twombly, press releases and exhibition itinerary.

1957–1960
I.A.685 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Rome: Loans and Lenders

Lists of lenders, loan forms, checklists, correspondence including handwritten note from Clement Greenberg and letters exchanged with Lee Krasner Pollock.

Restricted material removed: Loan documents and lender correspondence concerning a legal dispute over ownership.

1957–1959
I.A.686 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Rome: Catalogue

Checklists in English and Italian, correspondence, draft of Pollock biography for European exhibitions, and catalogue text in English and Italian.

1957–1959
I.A.687 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Sales

Sales price list, correspondence, with handwritten notes.

1958–1959
I.A.688 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Press: LIFE Feature Story on Pollock

Correspondence.

1959
I.A.689 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Rome: Work Folder

Project proposal, list of lenders, box list and checklists, correspondence including letters from Peggy Guggenheim, insurance records, shipping records, and photograph requisition forms.

Restricted material removed: Correspondence regarding damaged works and insurance claims.

1957–1962
I.A.690 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Rome: Publicity-Press Notices

Photocopy of New York Times press clipping.

1958
I.A.691 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Basel: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, drafts of catalogue text, and checklists in German and English.

1956–1958
I.A.692 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Basel: Publicity-General

Exhibition announcement, press release, correspondence and shipping record.

1958
I.A.693 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Basel: Publicity-Press Notices

Photocopies of press clipping and announcements.

1958
I.A.694 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Amsterdam: Publicity-General

Invitations in Dutch, correspondence and press releases.

1958
I.A.695 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Amsterdam: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records and drafts of catalogue text.

1957–1958
I.A.696 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Critical Reviews and Quotes

Correspondence, exhibition itinerary and document containing all critical reviews and quotes.

1959
I.A.697 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 General: Insurance-Damages and Repairs

Photos and correspondence documentating damaged works, with box list.

Restricted material removed: Condition documentation of damaged works.

1959–1960
I.A.698 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 General: Publicity-Showings

Correspondence, bibliography, press clippings, catalogue distribution lists and document containing all critical reviews and quotes.

1959
I.A.699 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Books and Monographs on Pollock

Notes and correspondence on exhibition-related publications, with photograph requistion form.

1959
I.A.700 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Amsterdam Showing

Exhibition catalogue, in Dutch.

1958
I.A.701 Jackson Pollock and the New American Painting Paris

Joint exhibition catalogue, in French.

1959
I.A.702 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 Berlin: Publicity-General

Sample invitations to Berlin Festwochen, event guest list, correspondence, press releases, Frank O'Hara and Porter McCray biographies, list of publicity photographs, and bibliography.

1958
I.A.703 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 Berlin: Work Folder

Photograph requistion forms, correspondence, memoranda, shipping records and invoices, and installation leaflets.

1958–1959
I.A.704 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 Hamburg: Publicity-General

Correspondence, memoranda, and press releases.

1959
I.A.705 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 Hamburg: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, and text of catalogue addenda.

1958–1959
I.A.706 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 Hamburg: Publicity-Press Notices

Exhibition itinerary and outline, publicity report, and German press clippings with some English translations.

1958–1959
I.A.707 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 London: Publicity-Press Notices

Invitation, correspondence including handwritten note from John Russell of the London Sunday Times, memoranda, press releases, and photograph requisition forms.

1957–1958
I.A.708 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 London: Work Folder

Correspondence including letters from Bryan Robertson of Whitechapel Art Gallery, memoranda, status reports, shipping records, drafts of catalogue preface, and checklist.

1957–1959
I.A.709 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 Paris: Publicity-General

Correspondence including letters from Julius Fleischmann, invitations, memoranda, and press releases.

1958–1959
I.A.710 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 Paris: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, and shipping records.

1958–1959
I.A.711 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 Paris: Catalogue

Correspondence, drafts of auspices page in French and English, and draft of catalogue preface in English.

1958
I.A.712 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 and The New American Painting

Invitations, invitation list to exhibition-related party given by Julius Fleischmann along with acceptance and regrets messages from party invitees including Jean Dubuffet, Jacques Villon, and George Mathieu.

1959
I.A.713 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 Whitechapel Art Gallery, London: 1958

Exhibition catalogues.

1958
I.A.714 Jackson Pollock Rome Showing

Exhibition catalogue.

1958
I.A.715 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 Kunstverein in Hamburg

Exhibition catalogue.

1958
I.A.716 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 Berlin

Exhibition catalogue.

1958
I.A.717 Jackson Pollock: 1912–1956 Work Folder

Exhibition summaries, catalogue illustration list, and box list.

1958
I.A.718 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956

Press responses, press releases, meeting minutes, list of major exhibitions prepared by the International Program, committee nominations, expense reports, and project proposal.

1957–1959
I.A.719 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Correspondence

Correspondence, packing lists, registrar forms, black and white photograph of artwork, list of insurance values, and list of loaned artwork.

1957–1959
I.A.720 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Imports and Exports

Box lists, list of illustrations, checklist, shipping receipts, correspondence, insurance certificate, customs forms, bill of lading, and shipping invoices.

1957–1959
I.A.721 Jackson Pollock, 1912–1956 Imports and Exports

Loan agreement forms, publication note, correspondence, lists of loans, notes, and checklist.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1956–1957

ICE-F-36-57 The New American Painting

Eighty-one paintings by seventeen artists selected by Dorothy C. Miller. Circulated to Basel, Switzerland; Milan, Italy; Madrid, Spain; Berlin, Germany; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Brussels, Belgium; Paris, France; and London, England 1958 April–1959 March. Returned to U.S. for exhibition at MoMA as Exh. #645 May 26–September 8, 1959. Also circulated as Recent American Painting: 17 Abstract Expressionists, C/E 59-6 1959 with works selected from ICE-F-36-57. This exhibition and ICE-F-35-57 Jackson Pollock 1912–1956 were shown concurrently in Basel, Berlin, and Paris.

Folder Title Date
I.A.722 The New American Painting: Itinerary 1958–1959
I.A.723 The New American Painting: Checklists

Checklists in English, German, Italian, and Spanish.

I.A.724 The New American Painting: Publicity reports
I.A.725* The New American Painting: Publicity

Photostats of European clippings.

I.A.726 The New American Painting: Publicity

Summary of press reactions and press clippings regarding all venues.

I.A.727 The New American Painting: Publicity

Press clippings, publicity reports, transcripts of speeches by the Curator and President of the Kunsthalle, and first page of draft preface by Porter A. McCray from Basel show.

I.A.728 The New American Painting: Publicity

Press clippings from Milan.

I.A.729 The New American Painting: Publicity

Reports and press clippings from Madrid.

I.A.730 The New American Painting: Publicity

Correspondence, press clippings, and press release with opening speech by Dr. Valentin Kielinger, Minister for Justice, from Berlin show.

I.A.731 The New American Painting: Publicity

USIS press release and press clippings from Amsterdam.

I.A.732 The New American Painting: Publicity

Reports and press clippings from Brussels.

I.A.733 The New American Painting: Publicity

Press clippings from Paris.

I.A.734 The New American Painting: Publicity

Reports, press clippings, and USIS press release from London.

I.A.735 The New American Painting: Floor Plans

Floor plans from Berlin (for both ICE-F-35-57 Jackson Pollock and ICE-F-36-57 The New American Painting).

I.A.736 The New American Painting: Floor Plans

Floor plans from Madrid.

I.A.737* The New American Painting: Floor Plans

Floor plans from Milan and Villa Reale.

I.A.738 The New American Painting: Photographs

Photographs of works in exhibition alphabetically arranged by artist, from A through G.

I.A.739 The New American Painting: Photographs

Photographs of works in exhibition alphabetically arranged by artist, from H through N.

I.A.740 The New American Painting: Photographs

Photographs of works in exhibition alphabetically arranged by artist, from O through Z.

I.A.741 The New American Painting: Photographs

Four negatives showing works in exhibition and four negatives of artists' portraits.

I.A.742 The New American Painting: Photographs

Nine prints, eight negatives, and seven photostats of catalogue covers.

I.A.743 The New American Painting: Photographs

Checklists of photos.

I.A.744 The New American Painting: Photographs

Fifty-one publicity photographs.

I.A.745 The New American Painting: Photographs

Seventy-nine installation and event photographs from Basel and fifty-four photostats.

I.A.746 The New American Painting: Photographs

Nineteen installation and events photographs from Berlin.

I.A.747 The New American Painting: Photographs

Fifty-two installation and event photographs from Paris.

I.A.748 The New American Painting: Photographs

Three installation and event photographs from Milan and one postcard.

I.A.749 The New American Painting: Photographs

Two installation and event photographs from Brussels.

I.A.750 The New American Painting: Photographs

Twenty installation and event photographs from London.

I.A.751 The New American Painting: Photographs

Twenty-six installation and event photographs from New York, one contact sheet, and five color transparencies.

I.A.752 The New American Painting: Photographs

Eleven duplicate installation and event photographs and unidentified negatives.

I.A.753 The New American Painting: Catalogue material

Preface by Porter A. McCray, introduction by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., and Spanish translation by Armando Zegri.

I.A.754 The New American Painting: Catalogue material

Artists' biographies in English and Spanish.

I.A.755 The New American Painting: Catalogue material

Artists' statements in English.

I.A.756 The New American Painting: Catalogue material

Artists' statements in Spanish.

I.A.757 The New American Painting: Catalogue material

Artists' statements in German.

I.A.758 The New American Painting: Catalogues

One catalogue each from Basel, Berlin, Milan, Madrid, and MoMA, NY.

I.A.759 The New American Painting: Catalogues

One catalogue each from London, Brussels, Paris, and two from Amsterdam.

I.A.760 The New American Painting: Printed Matter

Articles, including Kenneth Rexroth. "Americans Seen Abroad," Art News 58, no. 4 (summer 1959): 30-31, 52; Paul Guéguen. "Pollock et la Peinture Américaine," Aujourd'hui Art et Architecture 4, no. 21 (March-April 1959): 30-33; Lawrence Alloway. "The New American Painting," Art International 3, no. 3-4 (March–April 1959): 21-38; and Julián Gálleco. "Crónica de Paris," Goya, no. 29 (March–April 1959): 310-316.

I.A.761 The New American Painting Whitney Exhibition

Correspondence, with copies of scholarly articles, press clippings, and other research materials related to the exhibition used by the Whitney Museum for the exhibition Constructing American Identity and sent to Waldo Rasmussen for verification.

1991
I.A.762 The New American Painting Basel: Publicity

Press releases, itineraries, checklist, artist list, list of background articles, press clippings, and correspondence.

1957–1959
I.A.763 The New American Painting Basel: Work Folder

Exhibition itineraries, project proposal, list of artists, checklists, correspondence including original correspondence from Dorothy Miller, Alfred H. Barr, Jr. and Sam Hunter, memoranda, and list of paintings for sale. Dorothy Miller correspondence includes exchange with Sam Francis.

1956–1958
I.A.764 The New American Painting Basel: Insurance, Lists, Conditioning

Worksheets, shipping records, checklist, registrar records, correspondence, box lists, and packing instructions.

Restricted material removed: Condition and conservation descriptions.

1957–1959
I.A.765 The New American Painting Basel: Catalogue

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence from numerous people including Philip Guston, George Wittenborn, and Whitney curator John H. Bauer, memoranda, artist list, handwritten biography by Robert Motherwell, list of catalogue photographs, Barr's catalogue introduction in German, checklists in English and German, artists' biographies, artists' statements in English and German, catalogue from Tworkov gallery exhibition, and catalogue foreword.

1957–1958
I.A.766 The New American Painting Milan: Catalogue

Exhibition itineraries, correspondence including letters from Dorothy Miller and a photocopy of a letter from Barnett Newman, drafts of catalogue introduction, preface and artists' statements in English and Italian, photograph list, and checklist in Italian.

1958–1959
I.A.767 The New American Painting Berlin: Work Folder

Exhibition itineraries, artist list, correspondence including letters from Dorothy Miller, and shipping records.

1956–1958
I.A.768 The New American Painting Berlin: Work Folder

Exhibition itineraries, artist list, correspondence including letters from Dorothy Miller and Nelson A. Rockefeller, and shipping records.

1956–1959
I.A.769 The New American Painting Berlin: General Publicity

Exhibition itinerary, various German brochures, sample invitations, press release, event guest list, photograph list, bibliography, and correspondence.

1958
I.A.770 The New American Painting Berlin: Catalogue

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, photograph requisition forms, photograph list, draft of catalogue preface in English, catalogue text and installation list in German, and checklist in English.

1958
I.A.771 The New American Painting Brussels: Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary, shipping records, correspondence, bibliography, draft of catalogue preface in English, and draft of catalogue text in French.

1958–1959
I.A.772 The New American Painting Brussels: General Publicity

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, bibliography, and press release.

1958–1959
I.A.773 The New American Painting Amsterdam: Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, memoranda, invoices, draft of catalogue preface, and shipping records.

1958–1959
I.A.774 The New American Painting Amsterdam: General Publicity

Exhibition itinerary, list of lenders, correspondence, wall label, and press release in Dutch.

1958
I.A.775 The New American Painting Catalogue: Modern Art in the United States: A selection from the collections of The Museum of Modern Art

Publication from the Tate Gallery exhibition.

1956
I.A.776 The New American Painting London: General Publicity

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, memoranda, slide lists, invitation list, sample invitations, press releases and Porter McCray and Dorothy C. Miller biographies.

1959–1960
I.A.777 The New American Painting London: Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence including letter from Barnett Newman and John Russell, shipping records, and drafts of catalogue text.

1958–1961
I.A.778 The New American Painting Paris: Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence including letters from Julius Fleischmann, memoranda, list of press clippings, drafts of catalogue text in French and English, catalogue proofs, checklist, packing instructions, and photograph requisition forms.

1958–1959
I.A.779 The New American Painting Paris: General Publicity

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, door list of guests at exhibition-related party hosted by Julius Fleischmann, press release, artist list, lender lists, board of trustees list and other catalogue distribution lists, and list of International Council officers and members.

1959
I.A.780 The New American Painting New York: Catalogue

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence including from Dorothy C. Miller and Barnett Newman, memoranda including from Monroe Wheeler, list of lenders, proposed draft letter to lenders, invitation proof, list of plates, list of artist photographs, drafts of catalogue text, and critical response excerpts.

1958–1960
I.A.781 The New American Painting New York: General Publicity

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, private view and opening invitation lists, membership list, sample invitations, press releases, and list of slides.

1959
I.A.782 The New American Painting New York: Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, catalogue distribution list, plate list, box list and checklist, condition records, wall text, photograph requisition forms, and sample wall label.

Restricted material removed: Condition records.

1958–1959
I.A.783 The New American Painting General Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence including from Dorothy C. Miller, list of exhibitors, shipping records, memoranda, and sale price list.

Restricted material removed: Sale price list.

1958–1961
I.A.784 The New American Painting Publicity-General

List of news coverage, newsclippings, press releases, correspondence, and memoranda.

1959
I.A.785 The New American Painting: Motherwell's Elegy for the Spanish Republic

Correspondence between Robert Motherwell, Alfred H. Barr, Jr., René d'Harnoncourt, Porter McCray, and Frank O'Hara.

1958
I.A.786 The New American Painting Basel: Loans and Lenders

Exhibition itinerary, list of lenders, correspondence, memoranda, and shipping records.

1958–1959
I.A.787 The New American Painting Basel: Loans and Lenders

Correspondence, including letter from Barnett Newman, and memoranda.

1957–1959
I.A.788 The New American Painting New York: Critical Commentary

Reception invitee lists, International Program meeting report, and critical reviews.

1959
I.A.789 The New American Painting Loans and Lenders Receipts

Correspondence, list of lenders, list of artists, draft letter to lenders, and loan receipts.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1958–1959
I.A.790 The New American Painting Milan: General Publicity

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, memoranda, checklists, press releases in Italian and English, text of background information in Italian, and publicity photograph order forms.

1958–1959
I.A.791 The New American Painting Milan: General Publicity

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, memoranda, registrar records, box list, and gallery installation plan.

1958
I.A.792 The New American Painting V.P.'s Work Sheets

Work sheets, with handwritten note.

circa 1958
I.A.793 The New American Painting Madrid: Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary, shipping records, correspondence, gallery floor plans, box list, and photograph requisition forms.

1958–1959
I.A.794 The New American Painting Madrid: General Publicity

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, sample invitations, press releases, and MoMA background text in Spanish.

1958–1959
I.A.795 The New American Painting Madrid: Catalogue

Correspondence, catalogue preface, and artists' biographies in Spanish and English, also includes item listing and artists' statements in Spanish.

1958
I.A.796 The New American Painting Basel Showing

Exhibition catalogues.

1958
I.A.797 The New American Painting Berlin Showing

Exhibition catalogues.

1958
I.A.798 The New American Painting Madrid Showing

Exhibition catalogue.

1958
I.A.799 The New American Painting New York Showing

Exhibition catalogue.

1959
I.A.800 The New American Painting Milan Showing

Exhibition catalogue.

1958
I.A.801 The New American Painting Box List

Box list top sheets, box list, and unpacking and packing instructions.

1958
I.A.802 The New American Painting

Admission ticket, pamphlet, selections of press reactions, press releases, schedule of exhibitions, and checklist.

1958–1959
I.A.803 The New American Painting Memos, Bills

Condition record sheets, correspondence, shipping invoices, bills of lading, registrar forms, and list of artwork for sale.

Restricted material removed: Condition record sheets and artwork value lists.

1957–1959
I.A.804 The New American Painitng Correspondence

Box list, correspondence, shipping receipt, list of requested artwork, and article from Time magazine.

1957–1959, 1962
I.A.805 The New American Painting Imports and Exports

Correspondence, shipping invoices, and bills of lading.

1958–1962
I.A.806 The New American Painting Loans

Loan agreement forms, checklists, transparency forms, and correspondence.

Entire folder restricted.

1958–1959
I.A.807 Memoranda on National and International Circulating Exhibitions

Memoranda, notes, exhibition listings, project proposals, brochure and press releases.

1960–1966
I.A.808 Memoranda on National and International Circulating Exhibitions

Exhibition listings, notes, project proposals, and proposed project lists.

1960
I.A.809 Memoranda on National and International Circulating Exhibitions

Memoranda, exhibition listings, notes, project proposals, proposed project lists and press clippings.

1958–1960

ICE-F-37-58 U.S. Representation: XXIX Biennale di Venezia

Includes four exhibition sections: thirty-six paintings by Mark Tobey and 12 sculptures by Seymour Lipton selected by Frank O'Hara, and ten paintings by Mark Rothko and fourteen sculptures by David Smith selected by Sam Hunter. Shown in Venice, Italy June 14–September 19, 1958. Dispersed in 1958.

Folder Title Date
I.A.810 XXIX Biennale di Venezia: Itinerary and Checklist 1958
I.A.811 XXIX Biennale di Venezia: Publicity

MoMA draft releases in English, French, and Italian.

I.A.812 XXIX Biennale di Venezia: Publicity

Draft releases circulated by La Biennale di Venezia 1957 November-1958 June regarding organization of the BIENNALE, and Program of the 27th International Theater Festival in Italian.

I.A.813 XXIX Biennale di Venezia: Publicity

Draft and final report, annotated reports, and summaries of press reactions by Kynaston McShine.

I.A.814 XXIX Biennale di Venezia: Printed Matter

English translation of Gillo Dorfles's "Foreign Painters at the XXIX Biennale," Domus, No. 346 (September 1958), Charles Dalloye's "La Biennale de Venise," Aujourd'hui Art et Architecture 3-4, no. 19 (September 1958): 44-51, Marco Valsecchi's "Polemiche alla Biennale," L'Illustrazione Italiana, no. 7 (July 1958): 20-35, Ill Taccuino delle Arti (1958), and special issue on the XXIX Biennale in Italian and French.

I.A.815 XXIX Biennale di Venezia: Publicity

Sample invitation.

I.A.816 XXIX Biennale di Venezia: Publicity

Sample brochures and posters.

I.A.817 XXIX Biennale di Venezia: Photographs

Seventy-one prints showing works in exhibition and one negative.

I.A.818 XXIX Biennale di Venezia: Photographs

Nineteen installation photographs from Venice.

I.A.819 XXIX Biennale di Venezia: Catalogues

Three Italian catalogues, including one with Frank O'Hara annotations.

I.A.820 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Work Folder

Pamphlet, schedules, correspondence, memoranda, list of exhibition costs, shipping forms, and documentation of prizes.

1958–1960
I.A.821 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Work Folder

Correspondence including a letter from Clyfford Still, with photograph of Galleria "Il Segno," list of publications, and photograph requisition forms.

1956–1960
I.A.822 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Publicity General

Exhibition brochure, list of "Personalities of Venice," schedule, list of lenders, list of International Council members, list of artists, correspondence, memoranda, biographical notes in Italian for Elizabeth Bliss Parkinson and Porter McCray, and invitations.

1958
I.A.823 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Publicity General

Correspondence including letters from Mark Tobey, publication presentation notes, list of background articles, biographies of Elizabeth Bliss Parkinson and Porter McCray, draft press releases in Italian, French and English, and announcements.

1957–1959
I.A.824 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Packing and Shipping

Exhibition brochure, sample shipping label, arrival notices, correspondence, box lists, checklist, and other shipping documentation.

Restricted material removed: Documents conerning the condition and damage to works.

1958–1959
I.A.825 Lipton, Rothko, Smith, Tobey: XXIX Biennale Venezia 1958, Stati Uniti d'America

Italian exhibition catalogue.

1958
I.A.826 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Annotated Box List for Repacking of Exhibition

Box list, with annotated condition reports.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1958
I.A.827 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Sale of Work

Correspondence, list of works for sale, and sale invoices.

Entire folder restricted.

1958–1959
I.A.828 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Three Young Artists

Drafts of catalogue text in Italian and English, with memoranda, and registrar records.

1958
I.A.829 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Publicity-Press Notices

European press clippings with transalations.

1956–1958
I.A.830 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Publicity-Press Notices

Italian press clippings.

1958
I.A.831 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Installation and Event Photos

Installation and event photos featuring Porter McCray and Seymour Lipton.

1958
I.A.832 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Catalogue

Clippings from Italian catalogue, memoranda, production schedule calendar, drafts of catalogue text in Italian and English, checklists, correspondence, and photograph requisition forms.

1956–1958
I.A.833 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Loans and Lenders

Correspondence including letter from Nelson Rockefeller, list of lenders, loan forms, item receipts, and shipping documentation.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and list of lenders.

1958–1959
I.A.834 U.S. Representation: XXIX Venice Biennale Rules and Regulations, Biennale Staff

Correspondence, memoranda, sample wall labels, list of XXIX Biennale commission and administration, exhibition rules and regulations brochures in English and Italian, report on advisory committee meeting in English and Italian, list of foreign commissions, worksheets and sample official submission forms.

1958
I.A.835 U.S. Representation: XXIX Biennale di Venezia Checklists

Checklists.

undated
I.A.836 U.S. Representation: XXIX Biennale di Venezia Checklist

One checklist.

1962
I.A.837 U.S. Representation: XXIX Biennale di Venezia Box Lists 1958
I.A.838 Venice Biennale 1958

Press release, correspondence, and memoranda.

1958
I.A.839 XXIX Venice Biennale Imports and Exports

Box list, shipping records, and correspondence.

1958
I.A.840 XXIX Venice Biennale Loans

Checklist, inventory card, and loan forms.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and inventory card with condition notes.

1958
I.A.841 XXIX Venice Biennale Memoranda and Correspondence

Condition record sheets, memoranda, correspondence, and registrar receipts.

Restricted material removed: Condition records.

1958–1959
I.A.842 XXIX Venice Biennale Memoranda and Correspondence

Memoranda and correspondence.

1958–1959

ICE-F-38-58 Ben Shahn

Thirty-eight paintings selected by James Thrall Soby and ninety-nine watercolors, prints, posters, and other graphics selected by Mildred Constantine. Circulated to Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Rome, Italy; Brussels, Belgium; and Vienna, Austria: December 1961–June 1962. Dispersed in 1963. Also circulated as a smaller version as ICE-F-68-61 Ben Shahn: Graphics.

Folder Title Date
I.A.843 Ben Shahn Retrospective: Itinerary and Checklist 1958
I.A.844 Ben Shahn Retrospective: Publicity reports
I.A.845 Ben Shahn Retrospective: Publicity reports

Summary of critical reviews and press clippings.

I.A.846 Ben Shahn Retrospective: Photographs

Thirty-nine photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.847 Ben Shahn Retrospective: Photographs

Four prints from Amsterdam, twelve prints from Rome, and nine prints and one negative from Vienna.

I.A.848 Ben Shahn Retrospective: Catalogues

One catalogue each from Jerusalem, Amsterdam, Vienna, and Brussels.

I.A.849 The Works of Ben Shahn Loans and Lenders: Folder II-Graphics

Correspondence, shipping records, and loan forms.

Restricted material removed: Loan documents and materials concerning conditions and insurance claims.

1961–1964
I.A.850 The Works of Ben Shahn Loans and Lenders: Folder I

List of lenders, correspondence with lenders including Leo Lionni and Rosalie Berkowitz, lender records, memoranda, and loan receipts.

Restricted material removed: Loan receipts.

1961–1964
I.A.851 The Works of Ben Shahn Amsterdam: Work Folder

Project proposal, correspondence, memoranda, checklist, box list, press release, draft letter of request, preliminary selection lists, and exhibition materials.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports and insurance claim.

1957–1966
I.A.852 The Works of Ben Shahn Brussels: Work Folder

Correspondence, gallery plan, publicity report, and draft of catalogue text in French.

1961–1963
I.A.853 The Works of Ben Shahn Brussels Showing

Exhibition catalogues.

1962
I.A.854 The Works of Ben Shahn Rome Showing

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.855 The Works of Ben Shahn Amsterdam Showing

Exhibition catalogues.

1962
I.A.856 The Works of Ben Shahn Vienna Showing

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.857 The Works of Ben Shahn Rome: Work Folder

Correspondence, with publicity report.

1962–1963
I.A.858 The Works of Ben Shahn Vienna: Albertina Museum

Correspondence, with publicity report.

1962–1963
I.A.859 The Works of Ben Shahn Catalogue Folder

Correspondence, biographical notes, and catalogue checklists.

1961–1962
I.A.860 The Works of Ben Shahn Amsterdam: Work Folder

Correspondence, with list of press mentions.

1956–1961
I.A.861 Ben Shahn Box List

Box list and case list.

1961–1962
I.A.862 Ben Shahn Memoranda and Correspondence A-M

Exhibition itinerary, checklist, memoranda, registrar records, loan request lists and correspondence.

1959–1963
I.A.863 Ben Shahn Correspondence N-Z and Condition Reports, Exports and Imports

Correspondence, memoranda, box lists, and condition reports.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1961–1963
I.A.864 Ben Shahn Loans

Loan forms.

Entire folder restricted.

1961

ICE-F-68-61 Ben Shahn Graphics

Small version of ICE-F-38-58. 139 watercolors, gouaches, temperas, drawings, prints, books, posters, and greeting cards selected by Mildred Constantine. Circulated to Baden-Baden, Germany; Zagreb and Ljlubjana, Yugoslavia; Stockholm and Lund, Sweden; and Jerusalem, Israel: August 1962–June 1963. Dispersed in 1963.

Folder Title Date
I.A.865 Ben Shahn: Graphics: Itinerary and Checklist 1962–1963
I.A.866 Ben Shahn: Graphics: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.867 Ben Shahn: Graphics: Publicity

Invitation samples and poster.

I.A.868 Ben Shahn: Graphics: Photographs

Thirty prints of artworks.

I.A.869 Ben Shahn: Graphics: Catalogues

One catalogue each from Baden-Baden, Zagreb, and Jerusalem, along with article by V. Gojkovic, "Ben Shahn," 15 Dana Magazine 6, no. 3 (November 15 1962): 10-11.

I.A.870 Ben Shahn Graphics Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary, checklist, memoranda, correspondence, framing record sheet, shipping records, condition report forms, critical reviews, catalogue foreword, preliminary selection lists, draft of press release, and worksheet.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1960–1964
I.A.871 Ben Shahn Graphics Loans and Lenders

List of lenders, correspondence, memoranda, and loan receipts.

Entire folder restricted.

1962–1964
I.A.872 Ben Shahn Graphics Jerusalem: Work Folder

Shipping records and correspondence.

1962–1963
I.A.873 Ben Shahn Graphics Stockholm: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, condition report forms, publicity reports, and box list.

1962–1963
I.A.874 Ben Shahn Graphics Yugoslavia: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, condition report, and publicity report.

1962–1964
I.A.875 Ben Shahn Graphics Japan-Canceled: Work Folder

Correspondence.

1963
I.A.876 Ben Shahn Graphics Jerusalem

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.877 The Penguin Modern Painters: Ben Shahn

Monograph edited by Alfred H. Barr, Jr.

1947
I.A.878 Ben Shahn Graphics Zagreb

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.879 Ben Shahn Graphics Baden-Baden

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.880* Ben Shahn Graphics Stockholm

Poster-catalogue.

1963
I.A.881 Ben Shahn Box Lists and Checklists

Content list, box lists, and checklists.

1961–1963
I.A.882 The Graphic Work of Ben Shahn Loans

Correspondence, German exhibition catalogue, and loan agreement forms.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1962
I.A.883 The Graphic Work of Ben Shahn Memoranda, Correspondence and Imports/Exports

Itinerary, checklists, box list, memoranda, German exhibition catalogue, correspondence, and shipping records.

1962–1964

ICE-F-39-59 U.S. Representation: V Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo

Eighty-eight works by twelve artists. Organized by Minneapolis Institute of Art at invitation of MoMA. Shown in São Paulo, Brazil, September–December, 1959. Dispersed in 1959.

Folder Title Date
I.A.884 U.S. Representation: V Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Work Folder

Project proposal, brochure, correspondence including letters from Sam Hunter, John de Menil and Dorothy C. Miller, memoranda, shipping records, and photograph requisition forms.

1958–1960
I.A.885 U.S. Representation: V Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Printed Forms and Circulars

Entry forms, shipping label, and regulations brochure.

1959
I.A.886 U.S. Representation: V Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil Publicity-Press Notices

Correspondence including letters from Sam Hunter, with press releases.

1959
I.A.887 V São Paulo Bienal Opening September 10, 1959

Correspondence, reports, and project proposal.

1957–1959

ICE-F-40-59 U.S.Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany

144 works by forty-four American artists including painting, sculpture, prints, and a retrospective exhibition of works by Jackson Pollock selected by Frank O'Hara and Porter A. McCray. Shown in Kassel, Germany: July 11–October 14, 1959. Dispersed in 1959.

Folder Title Date
I.A.888 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Itinerary and Checklist 1959
I.A.889 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Publicity

Press releases in English and German.

I.A.890 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Publicity

Press clippings from Germany.

July 1959
I.A.891 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Publicity

Press clippings from Germany.

August 1959
I.A.892 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Publicity

Press clippings from Germany.

September 1959
I.A.893 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Publicity

Press clippings from Germany.

October 1959
I.A.894 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Publicity

Press clippings and excerpts of critical reviews.

I.A.895* U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.896* U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.897 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Printed Matter

Articles, including Herta Wescher. "'Documenta II' Kassel 1959 Art After 1945," Cimaise 7, no. 45-46 (September–December 1959): 36-58; Lawrence Alloway. "Before and After 1945: Reflections on documenta II," Art International 3, no. 7 (1959): 29-36, 79-80; Friedrich Bayl. "Die II documenta," Art International 3, no. 7 (1959): 37-42; Pierre Restany. "Documenta II: Le plus Collossal Témoignage du Présent", Art International 3, no. 7 (1959): 43-56. Guy Habasque "Confrontation Internationale," L'Oeil, no. 57 (September 1959): 19-27; and John A. Thwaites. "Report on Documenta II," Art S 34, no. 2 (November 1959): 44 49.

I.A.898 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Publicity

Artists' biographies.

I.A.899 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Photographs

Forty-nine publicity photographs.

I.A.900 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Photographs

126 photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.901 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Photographs

Fifty-seven negatives showing works in exhibition.

I.A.902 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Photographs

Thirty-one installation and event photographs and one negative from Kassel, along with five prints and one negative regarding packing.

I.A.903 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Printed Matter

Five brochures from Germany and three brochures from Denmark.

I.A.904 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany: Catalogues

Five catalogues from Kassel.

I.A.905 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany Correspondence A-T

Brochure, project proposal, correspondence, memoranda, checklist, and status reports.

Restricted material removed: Condition photographs and damage documentation.

1955–1963
I.A.906 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany Correspondence U-Z

Correspondence, the majority of which is between Rudolf Zwirner and Porter McCray, with checklists.

1958–1960
I.A.907 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany Publicity

Memoranda, correspondence including handwritten thank you note from Robert Motherwell, press invitiation list, event invitations and brochures, press reactions, drafts of press releases in German and English, and publicity report.

1958–1960
I.A.908 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany Publicity-Press Notices

Memoranda with issue of The Bulletin that mentions Documenta II.

1959
I.A.909 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany Work Folder

Brochures, project proposal, memoranda, correspondence, shipping records, checklists and box lists, installation photos, exhibition terms, and drafts of catalogue text.

1958–1961
I.A.910 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Louisiana Museum, Copenhagen Work Folder

Brochure, correspondence, publicity report, shipping records, and checklist.

1959
I.A.911 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Tachismus in Frankfurt Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, invitation, publicity report, and German press clippings.

1959
I.A.912 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany Loan Forms

Loan forms, with registrar forms.

Entire folder restricted.

1959
I.A.913 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany Loans and Lenders

Brochure, list of lenders and correspondence, including letters from Robert Rauschenberg, Leo Castelli, Sidney Janis, and Hans Hoffmann.

1958–1960
I.A.914 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany Loans and Lenders

Correspondence, including letter from Clyfford Still.

1959–1960
I.A.915 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany Loans and Lenders

Correspondence, including letter from Robert Beverly Hale, with memo from Frank O'Hara.

1959–1960
I.A.916 II. Documenta

Exhibition catalogue.

1959
I.A.917 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany Catalogue

Checklist, list of artists.

1959–1961
I.A.918 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany Catalogue

Background material on artists, item listing, and correspondence.

1959–1961
I.A.919 U.S. Representation: Documenta II, Kassel, Germany Checklists and Box Lists

Checklists and box lists.

1959
I.A.920 Documenta II, 1959

Memoranda, correspondence, and press reviews.

1958–1960
I.A.921 U.S. Representation: Documenta II Loans

Loan forms and checklist.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1959
I.A.922 U.S. Representation: Documenta II Lists and Memoranda

Insurance, check list, condition reports, box list, correspondence, and memoranda.

1959–1960
I.A.923 U.S. Representation: Documenta II Imports and Exports

Shipping records, correspondence, and box lists.

1959
I.A.924 U.S. Representation: Documenta II Correspondence A-M

Correspondence, including handwritten letter from Alexander Calder and memoranda.

1959–1961
I.A.925 U.S. Representation: Documenta II Correspondence N-Z

Correspondence and memoranda.

1959–1966
I.A.926 U.S. Representation: Documenta II Correspondence N-Z

Correspondence and memoranda.

1959–1961
I.A.927 U.S. Representation: Documenta II July–October 1959: Loans

Loan forms.

Entire folder restricted.

1959
I.A.928 U.S. Representation: Documenta II July–October 1959: Loans

Loan forms.

Entire folder restricted.

1959
I.A.929 U.S. Representation: Documenta II Condition Record Sheets

Entire folder restricted.

1959
I.A.930 U.S. Representation: Documenta II Kassel, Germany

Installation photographs.

1959

ICE-F-41-59 U.S.Representation: I Biennale de Paris

Twenty-eight paintings and drawings by nine artists, three sculptures by one artist, and six prints by two artists, all between twenty and thirty-five years of age, selected by Peter Selz. Exhibition organized at the invitation of the French Government and sponsored by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the City of Paris. Shown in Paris, France October 2–25, 1959. Dispersed in 1959.

Folder Title Date
I.A.931 I Biennale de Paris: Itinerary and Checklist 1959
I.A.932 I Biennale de Paris: Publicity

International press clippings.

I.A.933 I Biennale de Paris: Photographs

Twenty-four publicity photographs.

I.A.934 I Biennale de Paris: Photographs

Thirty-six photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.935 U.S. Representation: I Biennale de Paris

Gallery contact list, lender list, correspondence, and loan forms.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1959–1960
I.A.936 U.S. Representation: I Biennale de Paris Packing and Shipping

Correspondence, detail photographs of works, packing and shipping labels, drawing showing packing of work, box lists, checklists, and worksheets.

Restricted material removed: Memoranda and photographs concerning damages.

1958–1962
I.A.937 U.S. Representation: I Biennale de Paris Work Folder

Project proposal, schedule, correspondence including letters from Richard Bellamy, memoranda, status reports, regulation pamphlets, artist, gallery and selection lists, entry forms, shipping records, loan documentation, list of photographs, and drafts of catalogue text.

1959
I.A.938 U.S. Representation: I Biennale de Paris Publicity-General

Project proposal, memoranda, correspondence including letters from René d'Harnoncourt and August Heckscher, press releases, list of publicity photos, reviews, schedule of Biennale, invitations, photographs of Marie Laure's Spectacle of the Martians, and artist biographies.

1959–1960
I.A.939 U.S. Representation: I Biennale de Paris Work Folder

Checklist, box list, and unpacking and packing instructions in English and French.

1959
I.A.940 Paris Biennale 1959

Members' calendar, correspondence, and project proposal.

1959
I.A.941 U.S. Representation: I Biennale de Paris Memoranda and Correspondence

Correspondence, contact list, box list, and memoranda.

Restricted material removed: Lender addresses.

1959–1960
I.A.942 U.S. Representation: I Biennale de Paris Condition Record Sheets

Condition record sheets.

Entire folder restricted.

1959
I.A.943 U.S. Representation: I Biennale de Paris Imports and Exports

Shipping records and correspondence.

1959
I.A.944 U.S. Representation: I Biennale de Paris Loan Agreement Forms

Loan forms, memoranda, box list, and checklist.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1959
I.A.945 U.S. Representation: I Biennale de Paris

Slides of artwork, memoranda, catalogue text, and correspondence.

1958–1960
I.A.946 U.S. Representation: I Biennale de Paris

Calendar, selection list, checklist, memoranda, registrar records, correspondence, and brochures.

1959
I.A.947 U.S. Representation: II Biennale de Paris

Two letters.

1960

ICE-F-42-59 U.S. Representation: XXX Biennale di Venezia

Included four exhibition sections: thirteen paintings by Philip Guston, thirteen paintings by Hans Hofmann, ten paintings by Franz Kline, and fourteen sculptures and drawings by Theodore Roszak selected by Adelyn D. Breeskin, director of the Baltimore Museum of Art, and assisted by Dr. Gertrude Rosenthal, curator at the Baltimore Museum of Art, at the invitation of MoMA. Shown in Venice, Italy June 18–October 16, 1960.

Folder Title Date
I.A.948 XXX Biennale di Venezia

Two event photographs; Art International 4, no. 6 (June 10, 1960) and Le Arti 10, no. 5-6 ( May–June 1960), both special issues on the XXX Biennale di Venezia.

1960
I.A.949 U.S. Representation: XXX Venice Biennale 1960 Work Folder

Project proposal, correspondence, invoices, shipping records, memoranda, event brochures and invitations, list of prizes, and regulations brochures.

1959–1960
I.A.950 U.S. Representation: XXX Biennale di Venezia Box List

Box list top sheet and box list.

1960
I.A.951 Venice Biennale, 1960

Attendance figures, press clippings, correspondence, memoranda, and budget allocation approvals.

1959–1960
I.A.952 XXX Biennale di Venezia

Correspondence, memoranda and press releases.

1958

ICE-F-43-60 Books for Poland

Donation of art publications to selected institutions in Poland selected by Bernard Karpel, MoMA librarian.

Folder Title Date
I.A.953 Books for Poland Work Folder

Project proposal, correspondence and memoranda, with label from XXX Venice Biennale 1960.

1957–1961

ICE-F-44-60 Modern American Drawings

Sixty-five drawings by forty-four artists selected by William S. Lieberman and Elaine Johnson for showing at the drawing and watercolor section of the Festival of Two Worlds, Spoleto, Italy June 5–July 16, 1961. Circulated also to Jerusalem, Israel; Athens, Greece; Helsinki, Finland; Göteborg, Sweden; Paris, France; London, England; and Bonn, Germany 1961–1962. Dispersed in 1962. See also SP-ICE-31-62 U. S. Representation: Sculptures in the City, Festival of Two Worlds, Spoleto, Italy.

Folder Title Date
I.A.954 Modern American Drawings: Itinerary and Checklist 1961–1962
I.A.955 Modern American Drawings: Publicity

Press release, reports, and critical reviews.

I.A.956 Modern American Drawings: Publicity

Press clippings from Italy.

I.A.957 Modern American Drawings: Publicity

Press clippings from Israel, Greece, Finland, and Sweden.

I.A.958 Modern American Drawings: Artists' biographies
I.A.959 Modern American Drawings: Floor Plans

Two floor plans.

I.A.960 Modern American Drawings: Photographs

Nineteen photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.961 Modern American Drawings: Photographs

Thirty-five prints from Spoleto, five prints from Jerusalem, eleven prints from Athens, thirteen prints from Helsinki, and eight prints from London.

I.A.962 Modern American Drawings: Catalogues

One catalogue each from and Spoleto, as well as two catalogues each from Jerusalem, Athens, and Bonn.

I.A.963 Modern American Drawings Spoleto: Correspondence and Shipping

Correspondence, insurance documentation, memoranda, loan forms, shipping documentation, and box lists.

1960–1965
I.A.964 Modern American Drawings Helsinki

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.965 Modern American Drawings Städische Kustsammlungen, Bonn, Germany

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.966 Modern American Drawings Spoleto

Exhibition catalogue.

1961
I.A.967 Modern American Drawings Athens

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.968 Modern American Drawings Paris

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.969 Modern American Drawings Spoleto: Loans and Lenders

Correspondence, memoranda, list of lenders, packing lists, and loan forms.

1961–1963
I.A.970 Modern American Drawings Spoleto: Loans and Lenders

Correspondence, memoranda, registrar forms, loan documentation, tax forms regarding the estate of Franz Kline, and copy of condition report.

1960–1965
I.A.971 Modern American Drawings Festival Foundation-Spoleto: Work Folder

Project proposal, framing records, memoranda, registrar records, checklist, critical reviews, wall label text, draft of press release, artists' biographies, and preliminary loan negotiations.

1958–1962
I.A.972 Modern American Drawings Festival Foundation-Spoleto: Work Folder

Correspondence, with handwritten notes, memoranda, plans of sites in Spoleto, and Festival Foundation annual report brochure.

1960–1961
I.A.973 Modern American Drawings Paris: Work Folder

Brochure, correspondence, memoranda, and publicity report.

1961–1962
I.A.974 Modern American Drawings London: Work Folder

Memoranda and correspondence.

1962–1963
I.A.975 Modern American Drawings Athens: Work Folder

Correspondence.

1961–1963
I.A.976 Modern American Drawings Israel: Work Folder

Shipping records, condition reports, correspondence, memoranda, draft of wall label text, and catalogue introduction in Italian and English.

1961–1962
I.A.977 Modern American Drawings Helsinki: Work Folder

Shipping records, correspondence, and publicity report.

1961–1962
I.A.978 Modern American Drawings Göteborg: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, and publicity report.

1962
I.A.979 Modern American Drawings Bonn: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, and publicity report.

1961–1963
I.A.980 Modern American Drawings Offerings

Correspondence.

1961–1962
I.A.981 Modern American Drawings Checklists

Two checklists.

1961
I.A.982 Modern American Drawings Loan Agreement Forms

Checklist and loan agreement forms.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1960
I.A.983 Modern American Drawings

Italian exhibition catalogue, memoranda, checklists, and condition records.

Restricted material removed: Condition records.

1961–1962
I.A.984 Modern American Drawings

Lender correspondence, memoranda, box list, and shipping records.

1961–1964

ICE-F-45-60 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A.

Eighty works by twenty-eight artists selected by Dore Ashton. Circulated in Latin America: Caracas, Venezuela; Rio de Janiero and São Paulo, Brazil; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Montevideo, Uruguay; Santiago, Chile; Lima, Peru; Quayaquil and Quito, Ecuador; Bogotá, Colombia; Panama City, Panama; and Mexico City, Mexico: January 1962–May 1963. Dispersed in 1963.

Folder Title Date
I.A.985 Abstract Watercolors and Drawings: U.S.A.: Itinerary and Checklist 1962–1963
I.A.986 Abstract Watercolors and Drawings: U.S.A.: Publicity

Reports and critical reviews.

I.A.987 Abstract Watercolors and Drawings: U.S.A.: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.988 Abstract Watercolors and Drawings: U.S.A.: Artists' biographies
I.A.989 Abstract Watercolors and Drawings: U.S.A.: Phototraphs

Fifty-five photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.990 Abstract Watercolors and Drawings: U.S.A.: Photographs

Two prints from Buenos Aires, eight prints from Montevideo, ten prints from Santiago, four prints from Quito, and twelve prints from Mexico City.

I.A.991 Abstract Watercolors and Drawings: U.S.A.: Catalogues

One catalogue each from Venezuela, São Paulo, Buenos Aires, Chile, Panama, and Mexico, two catalogues from Montevideo, and a brochure.

I.A.992 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas, Venezuela

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.993 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.994 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (Museo Nacional de Arte Moderno), Mexico City

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.995 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Instituto Panameño de Arte, Panama City, Panama

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.996 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Salon of the Municipal Government of Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.997 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Reifschneider Gallery, Santiago, Chile

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.998 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Bogotá: Work Folder

Shipping records and correspondence.

1962–1963
I.A.999 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Buenos Aires: Work Folder

Correspondence, with brochure.

1962–1963
I.A.1000 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Montevideo: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, and publicity report.

1962
I.A.1001 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Santiago: Work Folder

Correspondence, with condition reports, and publicity report.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1962
I.A.1002 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Lima: Work Folder

Correspondence.

1962
I.A.1003 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Panama: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, condition report, publicity report, brochure, and invitation.

Restricted material removed: Conditions report.

1962–1963
I.A.1004 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Guayaquil and Quito, Ecuador: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, and publicity reports.

1962
I.A.1005 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Mexico City: Work Folder

Correspondence, with brochure, and publicity report.

1962–1963
I.A.1006 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Latin America: Loans and Lenders

List of lenders, correspondence including letters from Sidney Janis, loan documentation, memoranda, and framing records.

Restricted material removed: Restoration report, loan forms, and condition and damage correspondence.

1961–1965
I.A.1007 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Caracas, Venezuela: Work Folder

Project proposal, conservation report, memoranda, correspondence, registrar records, shipping documentation, box lists, artists' biographies, translations of catalogue text, catalogue introduction wall panel and text in Spanish and English, preliminary negotiations, checklists, and draft of press release.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1960–1965
I.A.1008 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Latin America: Work Folder

Letter from H.W. Burch to Waldo Rasmussen regarding exhibition catalogue.

1961
I.A.1009 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, Brazil: Work Folder

Correspondence, bulletin of the Instituto Brasil-Estados Unidos for November 1960, shipping records, and publicity reports.

1960–1962
I.A.1010 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Panama City

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.1011 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Latin America

Checklist.

1961
I.A.1012 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Memoranda, Imports and Exports

Registrar records, memoranda, shipping records, checklist, correspondence, and box list.

1961–1964
I.A.1013 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Correspondence

Correspondence, memoranda, loan forms, condition reports, and shipping records.

Restricted material removed: Loan records and condition reports.

1961–1964
I.A.1014 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Loans

Loan agreement forms.

Entire folder restricted.

1961
I.A.1015 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. Framing Record Reports

Framing records.

1961–1964
I.A.1016 Abstract Drawings and Watercolors: U.S.A. For Latin America

One letter.

1961

ICE-F-46-60 U.S. Representation: II Bienal Interamericana de Mexico

Folder Title Date
I.A.1017 U.S. Representation: II Bienal Interamericana de Mexico: Itinerary and Checklist 1960
I.A.1018 U.S. Representation: II Bienal Interamericana de Mexico: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1019 U.S. Representation: II Bienal Interamericana de Mexico: Photographs

Thirteen photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1020 U.S. Representation: II Bienal Interamericana de Mexico: Photographs

Two installation photographs.

I.A.1021 II Bienal Interamericana de Mexico Publicity-General

Correspondence, exhibition catalogues, memoranda, exhibition report in Spanish and press releases.

1960–1961
I.A.1022 II Bienal Interamericana de Mexico Work Folder

Correspondence including letters from Mauricio Lasansky, memoranda, shipping records, regulations brochure, box list, and checklist.

1960–1961
I.A.1023 U.S. Representational: Il Bienal Interamericana de Mexico Box Lists and Checklist

Box lists and checklist.

1960
I.A.1024 II Bienal Interamericana de Mexico

Shipping records, box list, memoranda, correspondence and press release.

1960–1961

ICE-F-47-60 U.S. Representation: I International Exhibition of Modern Art

One painting each by Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Tobey selected by Frank O'Hara. Shown in Buenos Aires, Argentina November 11–December 11, 1960. Dispersed in 1960.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1025 U.S. Representation: I International Exhibition of Modern Art, Buenos Aires, Argentina: Itinerary and Checklist 1960
I.A.1026 U.S. Representation: I International Exhibition of Modern Art, Buenos Aires, Argentina: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1027 U.S. Representation: I International Exhibition of Modern Art, Buenos Aires, Argentina: Photographs

Four photographs of works in exhibition and checklist.

I.A.1028 U.S. Representation: I International Exhibition of Modern Art, Buenos Aires, Argentina: Photographs

Eight installation and event photographs from Buenos Aires.

I.A.1029 U.S. Representation: I International Exhibition of Modern Art, Buenos Aires, Argentina: Catalogue

One catalogue from Buenos Aires.

I.A.1030 I International Exhibition of Modern Art, Museu de Arte Moderno, Buenos Aires Work Folder

Drafts of catalogue text, exhibition report, exhibition summary, correspondence, memoranda, loan receipts, catalogue item list, artist biographies, box list, publicity report, press mentions, and press release.

1960–1961
I.A.1031 U.S. Representational: International Exhibition of Modern Art, Buenos Aires Box List 1960
I.A.1032 I International Exibition of Modern Art Buenos Aires: Loans

Loan forms.

Entire folder restricted.

1960
I.A.1033 I International Exibition of Modern Art Buenos Aires: Correspondence

Memoranda, correspondence and shipping records.

1960–1961

ICE-F-48-61 Leonard Baskin

Twnety-five sculptures, thirty-six drawings, and twelve prints selected by Peter Selz. Circulated to Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Berlin, Germany; and Paris, France: May–December 1961. Dispersed in 1961.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1034 Leonard Baskin: Itinerary and Checklist 1961
I.A.1035 Leonard Baskin: Publicity

Press release and English translation of critical reviews from the Netherlands.

I.A.1036 Leonard Baskin: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1037 Leonard Baskin: Catalogue material

The Continuance of Tradition, introduction by Peter and Thalia Selz, photo credits, lenders list, bibliography on the artist, and biographical notes.

I.A.1038 Leonard Baskin: Shipping Documentation
I.A.1039 Leonard Baskin: Photographs

Thirty photographs of sculpture from exhibition.

I.A.1040 Leonard Baskin: Photographs

Forty-seven prints from drawings and prints.

I.A.1041 Leonard Baskin: Installation Photographs

Five prints from Rotterdam, seven prints from Berlin, and six prints from Paris.

I.A.1042 Leonard Baskin: Catalogues

One catalogue each from Rotterdam, Berlin, and Paris.

I.A.1043 Leonard Baskin Loans and Lenders N-Z

Correspondence, list of lenders, loan receipts, and memoranda.

Entire folder restricted.

1961–1962
I.A.1044 Leonard Baskin Catalogue Folder

Correspondence including handwritten note from Leonard Baskin, list of lenders, list of photography credits, checklists, biographical notes, bibliographies, and catalogue introduction.

1961
I.A.1045 Leonard Baskin Berlin: Work Folder

Memoranda, correspondence, shipping records, publicity report, press release, with catalogue.

1961–1962
I.A.1046 Leonard Baskin Paris: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, invitations, and press release.

1961–1962
I.A.1047 Leonard Baskin Framing Record Reports

Framing records, with pedestal dimensions lists, memoranda, and registrar records.

1961
I.A.1048 Leonard Baskin Paris

Exhibition catalogue.

1961
I.A.1049 Leonard Baskin Work Folder

Itinerary, project proposal, exhibition catalogue, correspondence including handwritten letter from Leonard Baskin, memoranda, box list, and checklist.

1960–1962
I.A.1050 Leonard Baskin Publicity-General

Correspondence, press release, bulletin announcing exhibition in Rotterdam, with publicity report.

1961–1967
I.A.1051 Leonard Baskin Loans and Lenders A-M

Correspondence, list of lenders, memoranda, and loan records.

Entire folder restricted.

1961–1963
I.A.1052 Leonard Baskin Checklist and Box List 1961
I.A.1053 Leonard Baskin Loan Agreement Forms

With checklist.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1961
I.A.1054 Leonard Baskin Correspondence A-L

Memoranda and correspondence.

1961–1962
I.A.1055 Leonard Baskin Correspondence M-Z

Memoranda, correspondence, and condition reports.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1961–1962
I.A.1056 Leonard Baskin Memoranda and Lists, Imports and Exports, Condition Records

Shipping records, memoranda, correspondence, checklists, box lists, and condition record sheets.

Restricted material removed: Condition records.

1961–1962
I.A.1057 Leonard Baskin

Notes, correspondence, invitation designed by Leonard Baskin, biographical notes, list of lenders, checklists, lists of artwork, artwork label, and black and white artwork images.

1960–1961

ICE-F-49-61 What Is Modern Architecture

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1058 What is Modern Architecture Work Folder

List of architecture and design subjects included in national circulating exhibitions, with correspondence.

1960–1961

ICE-F-50-61 Visionary Architecture

Copy one. Seventy-four photo-text panels showing forty-five projects by thirty architects from 1916 to the present selected by Arthur Drexler. Adapted from MoMA Exh. #670 September 28–December 4, 1960. First version circulated to Baden-Baden, Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, and Dortmund, Germany; Delft, the Netherlands; Edinburgh, Scotland; London, England; Oslo and Trondheim, Norway; Göteborg and Stockholm, Sweden; Vienna, Austria; Zagreb and Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Florence, Italy; Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and Haifa, Israel; Humlebaek , Denmark; Landskrona, Sweden; Aarhus, Denmark: September 1961–1965 April. Dispersed in 1965. Also circulated as ICE-F-69-62 and ICE-F-103-65.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1059 Visionary Architecture: Itinerary and Checklist 1961–1965
I.A.1060 Visionary Architecture: Publicity

Draft release.

I.A.1061 Visionary Architecture: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1062 Visionary Architecture: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1063 Visionary Architecture: Photographs

Four prints from Berlin, fourteen prints from Edinburgh, seven prints from Vienna, nine prints from Zagreb, and one print from an unknown location.

I.A.1064 Visionary Architecture: Catalogue material

Introduction by Arthur Drexler and wall texts.

I.A.1065 Visionary Architecture: Catalogue

Catalogue from Zagreb.

I.A.1066 Visionary Architecture: Printed Matter

Includes "Wenn Architekten Träumen," Hobby, no. 2 (June–July 1962): 88-94; "Phantastishe Architektur," Das Schönste 7, no. 12 (December 1961): 46-49; "Visianäre Architektur," Frankfurt Lebendige Stadt 1 (March 1962): 8-13 [cultural brochure]; Lousiana Revy 5, no. 2 (October 1964): 15-32; Paletten, no. 1 (1962); and L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui 33, no. 102 (June–July 1962), special issue regarding "Architectures Fantastiques."

I.A.1067 Visionary Architecture Baden-Baden: Work Folder

Itinerary sheet, correspondence, estimate of costs, memoranda, shipping records, condition reports, box list, catalogue text in German, drafts of press release, and publicity reports. Also includes documentation on canceled Cyprus exhibition.

1960–1967
I.A.1068 Visionary Architecture Frankfurt, Berlin, Munich and Dortmund: Work Folder

Correspondence, brochures, shipping records, and publicity reports.

1961–1962
I.A.1069 Visionary Architecture the Netherlands: Work Folder

Correspondence and memoranda.

1961–1962
I.A.1070 Visionary Architecture London, Edinburgh and Great Britain: Work Folder

Memoranda, correspondence, and press release.

1961–1963
I.A.1071 Visionary Architecture European Showings: Correspondence and Shipping Documents

Correspondence, memoranda, and shipping records.

1962–1964
I.A.1072 Visionary Architecture Lebanon and Israel: Work Folder

Correspondence, condition reports, and memoranda.

1963–1964
I.A.1073 Visionary Architecture Scandinavia: Work Folder

Correspondence, publicity reports, shipping records, and condition reports.

1961–1965
I.A.1074 Visionary Architecture VIII Bienal: São Paulo

Correspondence.

1961–1964
I.A.1075 Visionary Architecture Venezuela

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1076 Visionary Architecture Manila

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.1077 Visionary Architecture Guayaquil, Ecuador

Exhibition catalogue.

1967
I.A.1078 Visionary Architecture Musej za Umjetnost i Obrt, Zagreb, Yugoslavia

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.1079 Visionary Architecture Louisiana Museum

Louisiana Revy, October, 1964; with illustrations from the exhibition.

1964

ICE-F-69-62 Visionary Architecture

Second copy of ICE-F-50-61. Circulated to Sydney and Brisbane, Australia; Christchurch and Auckland, New Zealand; Singapore; Manila, Philippines; and Tokyo, Chiba, Kitakyushu, Kumamoto, Nagoya, and Shizuoka, Japan: May 1962–December 1964. Dispersed in 1964.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1080 Visionary Architecture Itinerary
I.A.1081 Visionary Architecture Publicity

Draft speech for the Minister for Culture, Singapore.

I.A.1082 Visionary Architecture Photographs

Twenty-four installation and event photographs for Sydney, Christchurch, Singapore, and Tokyo with one negative.

I.A.1083 Visionary Architecture Catalogues

Catalogues for Auckland, Manila, and Japan.

I.A.1084 Visionary Architecture Australia and the Far East: Work Folder

Handwritten notes, correspondence, shipping records, condition reports, publicity report, attendance figures, and memoranda.

1961–1965
I.A.1085 Visionary Architecture Far East

One letter and box list.

1962

ICE-F-103-65 Visionary Architecture

Third copy of ICE-F-50-61. Shown in Brazil at the Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, September 4–November 28, 1965; Museu de Arte Moderna, Rio de Janeiro, January 6–23, 1966; Museu da Prefeitura, Belo Horizonte, March 25–April 16, 1966; Recife, USIS, June 1–July, 1966; in Venezuela, at the Universidad Central, Caracas, October 28–November 19, 1966; in Colombia at the Centro Colombo Americano, Bogotá, January 16–31, 1967; Medellín, Centro Colombo Americano, Feb–Mar; Universidad del Valle, Cali, March, 1967; in Ecuador at the College of Architecture, Quito, March 30–April 6, 1967; Bi-National Center, Cuenca, April 10–18, 1967; Riobamba Fair, Riobamba, April 22–25, 1967; Universidad de Guayaquil, Guayaquil, May 2–10, 1967; in Peru at the Instituto de Arte Contemporáneo, Lima, July 4–August 10, 1967; in Chile at the Viña del Mar, December 1968; University Center, Concepción, January 23–31, 1969; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, 1969. Returned to U.S. in 1969.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1086 Visionary Architecture Itinerary and Checklist
I.A.1087 Visionary Architecture Publicity

Correspondence.

I.A.1088 Visionary Architecture Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1089 Visionary Architecture: Catalogue material

English text.

I.A.1090 Visionary Architecture: Catalogue material

Spanish text.

I.A.1091 Visionary Architecture: Installation and Event Photographs

Five prints for Quito, six prints for Guayaquil, five prints for Lima, and nine prints for unknown location.

I.A.1092 Visionary Architecture: Catalogues

Two catalogues for Belo Horizonte, one for Guayaquil, one for Quito, and an invitation.

I.A.1093 Visionary Architecture Latin America: Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, shipping records, and publicity reports.

1965–1970
I.A.1094 Visionary Architecture Latin America: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, memoranda, box lists, and draft of catalogue text in Spanish.

1964–1969
I.A.1095 Visionary Architecture Checklist and Box Lists

Checklist and box lists.

1963–1967
I.A.1096 Visionary Architecture

Box list, checklist, correspondence, list of damages for photo panels, and notes.

1966–1969

ICE-F-52-61 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo

Includes four exhibition sections: thirty-four paintings and drawings by Robert Motherwell and forty-eight sculptures and drawings by Reuben Nakian selected by Frank O'Hara; twenty-three paintings by eleven artists, a group show selected by William C. Seitz; and twelve prints by Leonard Baskin selected by William S. Lieberman. Shown in São Paulo, Brazil: September 10–December 31, 1961. Dispersed in 1961.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1097 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Press release and excerpts of critical reviews.

1961
I.A.1098 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1099 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1100 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Motherwell Photographs

Thirty-four prints.

I.A.1101 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Nakian Photographs

Forty-seven prints.

I.A.1102 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Other Artists Photographs

Thirty-five prints.

I.A.1103 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Photographs

Fifty-seven prints and forty-two negatives of installation images from São Paulo, with twelve packing prints.

I.A.1104 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Photographs

Five event prints from São Paulo.

I.A.1105 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo: Catalogues

Three catalogues from São Paulo.

I.A.1106 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal, São Paulo Publicity-General

Brochures for exhibition and tourism, memoranda, correspondence, invitations, press releases, and documentation of prizes.

1961
I.A.1107 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal, São Paulo Catalogue-Work Folder

Memoranda, correspondence including handwritten note from Robert Motherwell, selection lists, drafts of catalogue text in Portuguese and English, and item listing in Portuguese.

1961–1964
I.A.1108 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal, São Paulo Work Folder

Registrar forms, shipping records, memoranda, checklists, correspondence, worksheets, critical reviews, floor plans of exhibition space, official forms, press releases, and regulations brochure.

Restricted material removed: Condition report and memoranda regarding damages.

1961–1962
I.A.1109 U.S. Representation, VI Bienal, São Paulo Loans and Lenders

List of lenders, catalogue distribution list, correspondence, memoranda, and loan records.

1961–1964
I.A.1110 U.S. Representation, VI Bienal, São Paulo Correspondence

Correspondence, with memorandum, and press clipping.

1960–1964
I.A.1111 VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna Box List

Exhibition summaries and box list.

1961
I.A.1112 VI São Paulo Bienal Opening September 10, 1961

Correspondence.

1961
I.A.1113 VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo Loans

Checklists and loan agreement forms.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1961
I.A.1114 VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo

Checklists, memoranda, correspondence, exhibition catalogue, box list, critical reviews, and press release.

1961–1964
I.A.1115 VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo

Condition reports, correspondence, memoranda, and shipping records.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1961–1962
I.A.1116 U.S. Representation: VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo

Floor plan, correspondence, memoranda and exhibition list.

1961–1962
I.A.1117 "Information Cards": Franz Kline, XXXI Venice Biennale, VI Säo Paulo Bienal

Color slide, notes, and information notecards for exhibitions ICE-F-75-62, ICE-F-67-61, and ICE-F-52-61. Other exhibitions include: CE-62-11, CE-62-11, CE-61-14, CE-61-10, CE-61-51, and CE-62-2.

1961–1963
I.A.1118 "Information Cards": Robert Motherwell, David Smith, Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans

Information notecards for exhibitions ICE-F-112-67, ICE-F-95-63, ICE-F-82-63, and ICE-F-77-63. Other exhibitions include: CE-64-11, CE-64-1, CE-62-13, and CE-65-15.

1963–1967

ICE-F-53-61 Recent Painting U.S.A.

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1119 Recent Painting: U.S.A. Latin America: Work Folder

Project proposal, budget estimate, memorandum, and correspondence.

1958
I.A.1120 Exhibition for South America (proposed) 1961

Correspondence and project proposal.

1961

ICE-F-55-61 Recent Printmaking U.S.A.

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1121 Recent Printmaking: U.S.A. Work Folder

Project proposal.

1960

ICE-F-59-61 Masterworks of Photography

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1122 Masterworks of Photography Work Folder

Project proposal with memoranda.

1958–1960

ICE-F-60-61 Art of the Shakers

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1123 The Art of the Shakers Work Folder

Invitations, project proposals, descriptive pamphlets, bibliography, handwritten notes, cost estimates, memoranda, correspondence, loan receipts, press release, and press clippings.

1958–1959

ICE-F-61-61 Roads

Forty-five panels and one drum map selected by Bernard Rudofsky in collaboration with Arthur Drexler and adapted from MoMA Exh. #691 August 14–September 17, 1961. Circulated domestically as C/E 61-36 1961–64. Circulated to Guatemala City, Guatemala (2 showings); San Salvador, El Salvador; San José, Costa Rica; and Bogotá, Colombia: April 1964–July 1965. Dispersed in 1965.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1124 Roads: Itinerary and Checklist 1964–1965
I.A.1125 Roads: Publicity

Draft release and press clippings.

I.A.1126 Roads: Catalogue material

English, Spanish, and Portuguese texts.

I.A.1127 Roads Work Folder

Project proposal, correspondence, memoranda, and shipping records.

1961–1967
I.A.1128 Roads Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, condition reports for shipping crate, shipping records, box list, drafts of press releases, and exhibition text.

1961–1967
I.A.1129 Roads Financial Photograph Requisitions

Insurance forms, memoranda, shipping documentation, worksheets, transportation orders, and photograph requisition forms.

1963–1968
I.A.1130 Roads Checklist and Box List

Checklist and box list.

1966

ICE-F-64-61 100 Master Drawings from The Museum of Modern Art Collection

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1131 100 Master Drawings from the MoMA Collection Work Folder

Correspondence, project proposal, and memorandum.

1960–1966

ICE-F-65-61 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger

Fifty-nine watercolors, drawings, and prints selected by William S. Lieberman and Elaine Johnson. Circulated domestically as C/E 60-4 1962–63. Circulated to Berlin and Dortmund, Germany. Returned to U.S. for showing at MoMA as Exh. #717 January 16–March 10, 1963. Later circulated to Vienna, Austria; Stockholm, Sweden; Edinburgh, Scotland; York and Manchester, England; Aberdeen, Scotland; Belfast, Northern Ireland; Zagreb and Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Biel and Berne, Switzerland April 1962–June 1965. Dispersed in 1965.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1132 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger: Itinerary and Checklist 1962–1965
I.A.1133 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger: Publicity

Sample invitations, draft release, and press reports.

I.A.1134 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1135 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger: Photos

Two prints from MoMA, NY, and four event prints from Berlin.

I.A.1136 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger: Catalogues

One catalogue each from Vienna, Stockholm, Scotland/England/Ireland, Zagreb, and Switzerland.

I.A.1137 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger European Showings

Memoranda, correspondence, shipping records, condition reports, publicity reports, and drafts of catalogue text.

1962–1965
I.A.1138 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger Work Folder

Loan lists, memoranda, project proposal, loan records, correspondence, agreement and terms, box lists, attendance figures, checklist, condition records, drafts of catalogue text, brochures, and press release.

Restricted material removed: Condition records and loan records.

1960–1965
I.A.1139 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger Loans and Lenders

List of lenders, correspondence, international tour itinerary, checklist, delivery receipts, and loan receipts.

Restricted material removed: Loan records.

1962–1966
I.A.1140 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger U.S.I.A. Contract Agreement

Correspondence, memoranda, with grant agreement and terms.

1962
I.A.1141 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger Galerije Suvremene Umjetnosti, Zagreb, Yugoslavia

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1142 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1143 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.1144 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger Graphische Sammlung Albertina

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1145 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger Cultural Center, Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Exhibition catalogues.

1965
I.A.1146 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger Switzerland

Exhibition catalogue for Biel and Bern.

1965
I.A.1147 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger Checklist and Box List

Checklist and box list.

1962–1964
I.A.1148 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger Lists

Checklists, list of gifts, itinerary, box list, and packing and unpacking instructions.

1961–1963
I.A.1149 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger Memoranda

Memoranda, checklist, registrar records, and condition records.

Restricted material removed: Condition memoranda.

1962–1966
I.A.1150 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger Correspondence and Import/Export

Memoranda, correspondence, and box list.

1962–1966
I.A.1151 The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger First Version

Loan forms.

Entire folder restricted.

1962

ICE-F-66-61 Mark Rothko

Forty-eight paintings selected by Peter Selz and shown in New York as MoMA Exh. #679 January 18–March 12, 1961. Circulated to London, England; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Brussels, Belgium; Basel, Switzerland; Rome, Italy; Paris, France October 1961–January 1963. Dispersed in 1963.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1152 Mark Rothko: Itinerary and Checklist 1961–1963
I.A.1153 Mark Rothko: Publicity

Draft releases in French and English.

I.A.1154 Mark Rothko: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1155 Mark Rothko: Publicity

Press reports and USIS records.

I.A.1156 Mark Rothko: Publicity

Invitation samples.

I.A.1157 Mark Rothko: Floor Plans

Floor plans from Brussels.

I.A.1158 Mark Rothko: Photographs

Forty-eight prints and checklist.

I.A.1159 Mark Rothko: Installation Photographs

Eight prints from London, seven prints from Amsterdam, twenty-six prints from Rome, and seven prints and one negative from Paris.

I.A.1160 Mark Rothko: Event Photographs

Twelve prints from Rome and five prints from Paris.

I.A.1161 Mark Rothko: Catalogues

One catalogue each from MoMA, London, Rome, Basel, Amsterdam, Brussels, and Paris.

I.A.1162 Mark Rothko Kunsthalle, Basel, Switzerland

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.1163 Mark Rothko Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

Exhibition catalogue.

1961
I.A.1164 Mark Rothko Editorial

Exhibition catalogue.

1961
I.A.1165 Mark Rothko Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

Exhibition catalogues.

1962
I.A.1166 Mark Rothko Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Rome

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.1167 Mark Rothko Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Exhibition catalogues.

1961
I.A.1168 Mark Rothko Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels

Exhibition catalogues.

1962
I.A.1169 Mark Rothko London-Whitechapel Art Gallery: Work Folder

Memoranda, lists of expenditures, correspondence including letters from Bryan Robertson, installation suggestions from the artist, condition reports, checklist, and box list.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1961–1965
I.A.1170 Mark Rothko Publicity-General

Correspondence, draft of press release, critical reviews, and publicity report.

1961
I.A.1171 Mark Rothko Amsterdam: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, and certificate of insurance.

1961–1963
I.A.1172 Mark Rothko Brussels: Work Folder

Correspondence, with publicity report, and floor plans.

1961–1963
I.A.1173 Mark Rothko Basel: Work Folder

Shipping records and correspondence.

1961–1963
I.A.1174 Mark Rothko Rome: Work Folder

Correspondence and memoranda.

1961–1963
I.A.1175 Mark Rothko Paris: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, shipping records, box list, French catalogue, French drafts of catalogue text, invitation, and request for publications.

1961–1965
I.A.1176 Mark Rothko Paris: Work Folder

Original folder title: "Mark Rothko Paris Architect." Correspondence, invitation, notes, catalogue, shipping records, drafts of catalogue text in French, typed suggestions from Mark Rothko on the installation of his works, canceled checks, check receipts, checking account statement, and publicity documentation.

1962–1963
I.A.1177* Mark Rothko Paris: Work Folder

Original folder title: "Mark Rothko Paris Architect." Handwritten letter from Mark Rothko, with gallery plans.

1962
I.A.1178 Mark Rothko Offerings

Correspondence.

1961–1962
I.A.1179 Mark Rothko Catalogue Folder

Memoranda and correspondence.

1961–1963
I.A.1180 Mark Rothko Loans and Lenders

List of lenders, correspondence, and loan receipts.

Entire folder restricted.

1961–1966
I.A.1181 Mark Rothko Checklist 1961
I.A.1182 Mark Rothko Box List 1961
I.A.1183 Mark Rothko

Correspondence, list with insurance values, French exhibition pamphlet, memoranda, condition records, and loan lists.

Restricted material removed: Condition records and loan records.

1961–1974
I.A.1184 Mark Rothko

Correspondence, memoranda, box lists, and shipping records.

1961–1966
I.A.1185 Mark Rothko Loans

Loan agreement forms and condition reports.

Entire folder restricted.

1961–1963
I.A.1186 Mark Rothko

Exhibitions listing, memoranda, correspondence, condition records, and lender list.

Restricted material removed: Lender list and condition records.

1960–1964

ICE-F-67-61 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia

Includes three exhibition sections: twenty-four paintings by Loren MacIver selected by James Thrall Soby; thirteen paintings by Jan Müller and three sculptures by Dmitri Hadzi selected by Peter Selz; and two rooms of wood constructions by Louise Nevelson selected by Dorothy C. Miller. Shown in Venice, Italy June 16–October 7, 1962. Dispersed in 1962.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1187 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia: Itinerary and Checklist 1962
I.A.1188 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia: Publicity

Correspondence regarding MoMA participation and American Pavilion in Venice 1962-1963.

I.A.1189 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1190 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1191 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1192 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia: Photographs

Thirty-four publicity prints.

I.A.1193 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia: Photographs

Sixty-nine prints showing works in exhibition.

I.A.1194 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia: Photographs

Twenty-nine prints and one negative from Venice.

I.A.1195 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia: Photographs

Seven event photographs from Venice.

I.A.1196 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia: Catalogue

Italian catalogue and English translation of text regarding Louise Nevelson.

I.A.1197 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia: Printed Matter

Includes Gillo Dorfles. "Formativo E Informale alla XXXI Biennale, "Aut Aut, no. 71 (September 1962): 409-414; Pier Paolo Santini & Luigi Carluccio. "La Biennale di Venezia," Communita 16, no. 101 (July–August 1962): 67-77; Luigi Carluccio. "Alla XXXI Biennale di Venezia": 36-45 and Alain Jouffroy. "Sulla Biennale": 46-47, Domus, no. 392 (July 1962), Ugo Mulas. "Incontri alla Biennale," Pirelli, no. 4 (August 1962): 59-71; and Giuseppe Marchiori. "La XXXI Biennale di Venezia," Panorama delle Arti 1, no. 4 (June–August 1962): 6-15.

I.A.1198 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia: Printed Matter

Includes Guy Habasque. "La XXXI Biennale," L'Oeil, no. 93 (September 1962): 32-42; Konstrevy, no. 4 (1962): 122-139; Paletten, no. 3 (1962), special issue on the XXXI Venice Biennale; and J.P.Hodin. "The Biennale of Venice. A Critics' and some Artists' Views," The Studio 164, no. 833 (September 1962): 98-103.

I.A.1199 XXXI Venice Biennale Work Folder

Project proposal, condition reports, correspondence, memoranda, records of expenditures, framing records, box lists, shipping records, checklists, work sheets, notification forms for works, meeting minutes, regulations brochure, and sample shipping label.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports, restoration correspondence, and conservation notes.

1961–1963
I.A.1200 XXXI Venice Biennale Catalogue Folder

Memoranda including messages from Monroe Wheeler, correspondence including from Martha Jackson, shipping records, and drafts of catalogue text in Italian and English.

1962–1963
I.A.1201 XXXI Venice Biennale Correspondence

Correspondence, including letters from Dody Müller, wife of Jan Müller.

1961–1963
I.A.1202 XXXI Venice Biennale Loans and Lenders

Correspondence including letters from Duncan Phillips and Stephen Radich, memoranda, registrar records, and loan receipts.

Restricted material removed: Loan receipts.

1962–1964
I.A.1203 XXXI Venice Biennale Publicity

Critical reviews, memoranda, correspondence, and press releases in French and Italian.

1962
I.A.1204 U.S. Representation: XXXI Biennale di Venezia Box List

Box list top sheet and box list.

1962
I.A.1205 Venice Biennale Attendance

Exhibition catalogue, correspondence, press clippings, committee member lists, memoranda, and regulations brochure.

1962–1965
I.A.1206 XXXI Biennale di Venezia Memoranda and Lists

Memoranda, shipping records, selection list, correspondence, and condition record sheets.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1962–1963
I.A.1207 XXXI Biennale di Venezia Loans

Loan agreement forms and condition record sheets.

Entire folder restricted.

1962
I.A.1208 XXXI Biennale di Venezia Memoranda and Import/Export

Memoranda, checklists, correspondence, shipping records, and box list.

1962–1964
I.A.1209 XXXI Biennale di Venezia

Press releases, correspondence, memoranda and selection list.

1959–1963

ICE-F-70-62 Architecture without Architects

Copy one. 122 photographs and text panels adapted from MoMA Exh. #752 November 11, 1964–February 7, 1965, selected by Bernard Rudofsky, consultant to the Museum's Department of Architecture and Design. Circulated to Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Wanganui, and Napier, New Zealand; and Launceston, Adelaide, and Sydney, Australia: July 1966–March 1967. Exhibition returned to U.S as C/E 62-9 1965–73 (small version). A second version also circulated as ICE-F-113-67.

Folder Title
I.A.1210 Architecture without Architects: Itinerary and Checklists; Publicity
I.A.1211 Architecture without Architects: Photographs

Three negatives.

I.A.1212 Architecture without Architects: Photographs

Seven installation prints from Sydney.

ICE-F-113-67 Architecture without Architects

Second version. Circulated to Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Brussels, Belgium; Lausanne, Switzerland; Munich, Germany; Madrid and Seville, Spain; Paris, France; Bielefeld, Berlin, Düsseldorf, and Hamburg, Germany; Vienna, Austria; Humlebaek , Denmark; Zurich, Switzerland; Stockholm and Lund, Sweden; Oslo, Norway; Helsinki, Finland; and Prague, Brno, and Bratislava, Czechoslovakia February 1968–March 1971. Dispersed in 1971. Returned to New York and refurbished for circulation to London, Exeter, York, Billingham, Chester, Welwyn Garden City, Carlisle, Sheffield, Huddersfield, Birmingham, and Peterborough, England September 1974–November 1975. Dispersed in 1975.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1213 Architecture without Architects Itinerary
I.A.1214 Architecture without Architects Checklists

English, French, and Dutch checklists, with box list.

I.A.1215 Architecture without Architects Publicity

Dutch press releases, publicity reports, invitations, Chester Arts and Recreation Trust, the Centre, Market Square Annual Report 1975 March.

I.A.1216 Architecture without Architects Publicity

Radio script from Munich and BBC, excerpts of critical reviews, and press clippings.

I.A.1217 Architecture without Architects Publicity

Press clippings for all venues.

I.A.1218 Architecture without Architects Publicity

Press clippings for all venues, Mexico, and Venezuela.

I.A.1219 Architecture without Architects: Photographs

Twenty prints for Amsterdam, two for Brussels, seventeen for Lausanne, three for Munich, ten for Madrid, seven for Chester, and two for Birmingham.

I.A.1220 Architecture without Architects Catalogues

Catalogues for Prague and Madrid, with printed matter in Spanish.

I.A.1221 Architecture without Architects Work Folder

Itineraries, postcards, publicity reports, checklist, shipping record, blank condition report, arrival notice, and exhibition correspondence.

1969–1976
I.A.1222 Architecture without Architects Work Folder

Publicity reports, shipping records, blank condition reports, arrival notices, and exhibition correspondence.

1967–1971
I.A.1223 Architecture without Architects Catalogue

Exhibition catalogue for Prague show.

1970
I.A.1224 Architecture without Architects Work Folder

Publicity reports, shipping records, blank condition reports, arrival notice, and exhibition correspondence.

1964–1969
I.A.1225 Architecture without Architects Work Folder

Publicity reports, arrival notices, blank condition reports, attendance figures, shipping receipt, shipping record, and exhibition correspondence.

1965–1969
I.A.1226 Architecture without Architects Work Folder

Shipping receipts, itinerary, conversation with lender form, box list, arrival notice, shipping records, blank condition reports, and exhibition correspondence.

1962–1969
I.A.1227 Architecture without Architects Work Folder

Blank condition reports, arrival notices, publicity reports, and exhibition correspondence.

1966–1976
I.A.1228 Architecture without Architects Work Folder

Program pamphlet, publicity reports, exhibition catalogue, arrival notices, blank condition reports, shipping records, and exhibition correspondence.

1964–1979
I.A.1229 Architecture without Architects Work Folder

Black and white photographs, description of exhibition items, draft of press release, checklist, and box lists.

1967–1975
I.A.1230 Architecture without Architects Correspondence

Correspondence, shipping record, box list top sheet, and shipping invoice.

1971–1976
I.A.1231 Architecture without Architects Memoranda, Imports, Exports

Memoranda, notes, shipping invoices, box list, correspondence, and customs forms.

1971–1978

ICE-F-71-62 Drawings by Arshile Gorky

Fifty-five drawings selected by Frank O'Hara from works of Gorky's estate. Circulated to Tokyo, Japan. Returned to U.S. as C/E 61-14 1962–64. Then circulated to Karlsruhe, Hamburg, Berlin, and Essen, Germany; York, London, Nottingham, and Bristol, England; Edinburgh, Scotland; Brussels, Belgium; Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Vienna, Austria; Lisbon, Portugal; Oslo, Norway; Lund, Sweden; Basel, Switzerland; Zagreb and Belgrade, Yugoslavia; and Rome, Italy July 1963–May 1967. Shown concurrently with ICE-F-112-67 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Caracas, Venezuela; Bogotá, Colombia; and Mexico City, Mexico November 1967–June 1968. Dispersed in 1968.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1232 Drawings by Arshile Gorky: Itinerary and Checklist 1962–1968
I.A.1233 Drawings by Arshile Gorky: Publicity

Draft release, USIS documentation, and invitations.

I.A.1234 Drawings by Arshile Gorky: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1235 Drawings by Arshile Gorky: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1236 Drawings by Arshile Gorky: Publicity

Press clippings and excerpts of critical reviews.

I.A.1237 Drawings by Arshile Gorky: Floor Plans

Floor plans from Basel.

I.A.1238 Drawings by Arshile Gorky: Photographs

Fifteen installation and event photographs from Tokyo.

I.A.1239 Drawings by Arshile Gorky: Photographs

Eleven color installation prints from Rome and one print from Lisbon.

I.A.1240 Drawings by Arshile Gorky: Catalogue Material
I.A.1241 Drawings by Arshile Gorky: Catalogues

Catalogues, including two from German tour, two from Vienna, one from London, one from Rotterdam, two from Oslo, one from Portugal, two from Lund, one from Basel, one from Buenos Aires, one from Caracas, and one from Bogotá.

I.A.1242 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Japan: Work Folder

Project proposal, lender records, correspondence, shipping records, memoranda, treatment, and condition reports.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1963–1969
I.A.1243 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Japan: Work Folder

Representative figures for exhibitions, drafts of catalogue text, correspondence including handwritten letters from Agnes Gorky Phillips, shipping records, box lists, checklists, memoranda, loan records, publicity reports, draft of press release, catalogue, and panel text.

Restricted material removed: Loan records.

1963–1969
I.A.1244 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Lunds Konsthalle, Lund, Sweden

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1245 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Seibu Department Store, Tokyo, Japan

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.1246 Drawings by Arshile Gorky European Showings: Correspondence, Reports-Shipping

Correspondence, publicity report, shipping records, and condition reports.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1963–1968
I.A.1247 Drawings by Arshile Gorky European Showings: Correspondence, Reports-Shipping

Correspondence, shipping records, condition reports, publicity reports, box lists, memoranda.

1963–1966
I.A.1248 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Museum des 20 Jarhunderts, Vienna, Austria

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1249 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Museum of Modern Art

Exhibition catalogue.

1962
I.A.1250 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes, Lisbon, Portugal

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1251 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Germany

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1252 Drawings by Arshile Gorky United Kingdom and New York

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1253 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Basel, Switzerland

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1254 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Palais de Beaux Arts, Brussels, Belgium

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1255 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Museum Boymans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1256 Drawings by Arshile Gorky South America: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, insurance records, publicity reports, condition reports, and drafts of catalogue text and press release.

1967–1968
I.A.1257 Works of Arshile Gorky and Robert Motherwell Museo Universitario de Ciencas y Arte, México

Exhibition catalogues.

1968
I.A.1258 Works of Arshile Gorky and Robert Motherwell Buenos Aires, Argentina

Exhibition catalogue.

1967
I.A.1259 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Checklist and Box Lists

Checklist and box lists.

1962–1968

ICE-F-72-62 Steichen the Photographer

162 photographs selected by Edward Steichen and adapted from MoMA Exh. #682 March 28–May 30, 1961; circulated domestically as C/E 61-45 1961–63. Shown in : Cologne, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Munich, Germany; Luxembourg, Luxembourg; Berlin, Germany; Vienna and Linz, Austria; Zurich, Switzerland; Turin, Italy; Paris, France; Genoa, Novi Ligure, Naples, Genoa, Taranto, Trieste, Rome, Pisa, Bagnoli (Naples), and Piombino, Italy; Zagreb and Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Salonika and Athens, Greece; Jerusalem, Israel; Nicosia (Greek and Turkish sections), Cyprus; Prague, Brno, and Banská Bystrica, Czekoslovakia; Budapest, Hungary; Bucharest, Arad, Timisoara, and Iasi, Romania; and Lód, Cracow, Wroclaw, Koszalin, and Warsaw, Poland: March 1963–March 1970. Dispersed in 1970.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1260 Steichen the Photographer: Itinerary and Checklist 1963–1970
I.A.1261 Steichen the Photographer: Publicity

Draft releases in Italian and English.

I.A.1262 Steichen the Photographer: Publicity

Invitations.

I.A.1263 Steichen the Photographer: Publicity

Press clippings from Budapest.

I.A.1264 Steichen the Photographer: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1265 Steichen the Photographer: Catalogue material

Catalogue material in French.

I.A.1266 Steichen the Photographer: Photographs

Two prints from Berlin, six prints from Turin, one print from Stockholm, five prints from Oslo, eleven prints from Nicosia, five prints from Brno, thirteen prints from Budapest, seven prints from Bucharest, one print from Warsaw, one print from Krakow, and ten prints from Genoa.

I.A.1267 Steichen the Photographer: Catalogues

Catalogues, including two from German tour, three from Zurich, one from Turin, two from Nicosia, one from London, one from Zagreb, two from Budapest, and one from Prague, along with three brochures from Genoa, and articles Terre d'Images, no. 14 (November 19 1965), Terre d'Images, no. 15 (December 3 1965), and Terre d'Images, No. 16-17 (December 17 1965).

I.A.1268 Steichen the Photographer Work Folder

Exhibition itineraries, packing list, checklists, box lists, memoranda, correspondence, condition report, and shipping records.

1961–1968
I.A.1269 Steichen the Photographer Work Folder

Loan records, memoranda, opening invitation, publicity reports, correspondence, press mentions, and press release.

Restricted material removed: Loan receipts.

1961–1969
I.A.1270 Steichen the Photographer European Showings: Correspondence and Reports

Project proposal, condition reports, correspondence, insurance records, shipping records, and publicity reports.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1962–1967
I.A.1271 Steichen the Photographer European Showings: Correspondence and Reports

Correspondence, shipping records, condition reports, catalogue brochure, memoranda, and publicity report.

1963–1966
I.A.1272 Steichen the Photographer East European Tour

Exhibition summary, itinerary, publicity reports, condition reports, correspondence, and memoranda including correspondence from Grace Mayer on behalf of the artist.

1962–1970
I.A.1273 Steichen the Photographer East European Tour

Correspondence, checklists, shipping records, box list, text for exhibition labels, memoranda, insurance claim forms, and Prague exhibition gallery plan.

Restricted material removed: Insurance claims.

1962–1969
I.A.1274 Steichen the Photographer Musej za Umjetnost y Obrt, Zagreb, Yugoslavia

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1275 Steichen the Photographer Tour of German Cities

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.1276 Steichen the Photographer Kunstgewerbemuseum, Zurich, Switzerland

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.1277 Steichen the Photographer U.S. Embassy Gallery, London, U.K.

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1278 Steichen the Photographer Galerie D, Prague

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1279 Steichen the Photographer Work Folder

Checklists, box list, title label text, introductory panel text, exhibition chronology, draft of press release, and exhibition description.

1962–1968
I.A.1280 Steichen the Photographer

Checklists, loan list, loan amendments, and loan agreement forms.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1962–1965
I.A.1281 Steichen the Photographer

Correspondence, memoranda, checklists and shipping records.

1962–1974

ICE-F-73-62 International Painting and Sculpture

For Japan. Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1282 International Painting and Sculpture Japan: Work Folder

Exhibition floor plan, exhibition summary, project proposal, and memoranda.

1962
I.A.1283 International Exhibition for Japan: U.S. Section

Two letters.

1962–1963

ICE-F-74-62 Mark Tobey

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1284 Mark Tobey Work Folder

Correspondence, with preliminary checklist.

1962–1964
I.A.1285 Mark Tobey

Correspondence.

1962–1963

ICE-F-75-62 Franz Kline

Paintings, drawings, collages, and gouaches selected by Frank O'Hara. Circulated to Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Turin, Italy; Brussels, Belgium; Basel, Switzerland; Vienna, Austria; London, England; Paris, France September 1963–September 1964. Dispersed in 1964.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1286 Franz Kline: Itinerary and Checklist 1963–1964
I.A.1287 Franz Kline: Publicity

Draft release, summary of critical reviews, invitations, and posters.

I.A.1288 Franz Kline: Publicity

Press clippings from Amsterdam, Brussels, Basel, London, and Vienna.

I.A.1289 Franz Kline: Publicity

Press clippings from Italy.

I.A.1290 Franz Kline: Publicity

Press clippings from France.

I.A.1291 Franz Kline: Photographs

Sixty-seven prints.

I.A.1292 Franz Kline: Photographs

Fifty-one condition photograph prints.

Entire folder restricted.

I.A.1293 Franz Kline: Photographs

Sixteen prints from Amsterdam, ten prints from Turin, four prints from Brussels, twenty-five prints from Basel, and seventeen prints and one negative from Vienna.

I.A.1294 Franz Kline: Photographs

Twelve installation photographs from Turin.

I.A.1295 Franz Kline: Catalogues

One catalogue each from Amsterdam, Basel, Vienna, London, Brussels, and Paris.

I.A.1296 Franz Kline Amsterdam: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, insurance records, photographs of Franz Kline's Untitled, memoranda, and condition reports.

Restricted material removed: Condition records.

1963–1965
I.A.1297 Franz Kline Amsterdam: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, condition reports, shipping records, artist interview text in Italian, checklist, box list, drafts of press release, and preliminary negotiation records. Original material in two folders.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1962–1964
I.A.1298 Franz Kline Musée d'Arte Moderne de la Ville de Paris

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1299 Franz Kline Kusthalle, Basel, Switzerland

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1300 Franz Kline Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels, Belgium

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.1301 Franz Kline Museum des 20ten Jahrhunderts, Vienna, Austria

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1302 Franz Kline Correspondence and Reports-Other European Showings

Critical reviews, press release, correspondence, shipping records, and condition reports.

1962–1966
I.A.1303 Franz Kline Correspondence and Reports-Other European Showings

Correspondence, with shipping records.

1962–1968
I.A.1304 Franz Kline Loans and Lenders A-M

List of lenders, correspondence including letters from Sidney Janis, Paul Kantor and Philip Johnson, memoranda, checklist, insurance records, and loan records.

Restricted material removed: Lender list.

1963–1966
I.A.1305 Franz Kline Loans and Lenders M-Z

Correspondence, insurance records, and loan records.

Restricted material removed: Loan records.

1963–1965
I.A.1306 Franz Kline Financial-Photograph Requisitions

Exhibition expenditures, memoranda, shipping records, correspondence, and photograph requistion forms.

1962–1965
I.A.1307 Franz Kline Catalogue Folder

Memoranda, correspondence including letters from Elizabeth V. Kline and Sidney Janis, checklist, and catalogue text.

1963–1967
I.A.1308 Franz Kline Memoranda and Imports/Exports

Shipping records, correspondence and insurance records.

1963–1964
I.A.1309 Franz Kline Correspondence

Checklist, memoranda, lender lists, critical reviews, and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1962–1966
I.A.1310 Franz Kline Correspondence

Correspondence, memoranda, and insurance records.

1963–1975
I.A.1311 Franz Kline Loans and Framing Records

Loan agreement forms and framing record sheets.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1962
I.A.1312 Franz Kline Object Cards Made

Loan records and checklist.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1962

ICE-F-76-63 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London

U.S. section comprised twenty sculptures by twenty artists selected by Peter Selz and William C. Seitz. Shown in London, England May–September, 1963. Dispersed in 1963.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1313 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London: Itinerary and Checklist 1963
I.A.1314 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London: Publicity

Press release.

I.A.1315 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London: Publicity

Correspondence and memorandum.

I.A.1316 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1317 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London: Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1318 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London: Photographs

Twenty prints.

I.A.1319 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London: Photographs

Twenty-seven prints.

I.A.1320 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London Photographs

Sixteen prints, three contact sheets, nine negatives, and thirteen negative strips, with fifty-one postcards, all from London.

I.A.1321 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London Catalogue

London catalogue with three leaflets.

I.A.1322 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London Loans and Lenders

Brochure, memoranda, list of lenders, correspondence, loan records, and shipping records.

Entire folder restricted.

1962–1964
I.A.1323 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London Work Folders

Correspondence, insurance records, exhibition summary, shipping records, memoranda, condition reports, sales lists, publicity reports, box list, critical reviews, press release, and catalogue text.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports and sales lists with prices.

1962–1965
I.A.1324 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.1325 Battersea Park-Exhibition 1963

Correspondence, invitation lists, and artist list.

Restricted material removed: Lender addresses.

1963
I.A.1326 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park Correspondence, Memoranda and Lists

Checklist, catalogue listing, box list, memoranda, loan records, condition reports and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and condition records.

1963–1964
I.A.1327 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park Loans

Loan records.

Entire folder restricted.

1963
I.A.1328 Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London

Exhibition postcards, memoranda, correspondence, photographs of works, press reviews, press release, and loan forms.

Restricted material removed: Loan records.

1963

ICE-F-77-63 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans

Fifty-four works by fourteen artists selected by Frank O'Hara. Circulated to London, England. Returned to U.S. as C/E 62-13 1963–1964. Later circulated to Belgrade, Rijeka, Maribor, and Ljubljana, Yugoslavia; Athens, Greece; Bombay, Trivandrum, Madras, New Delhi, Lucknow, Ahmadabad, Calcutta, and Patna, India; Colombo, Ceylon (Sri Lanka); Sydney, Newcastle, Melbourne, and Perth, Australia; Christchurch and Auckland, New Zealand June 1963–1966 June. Dispersed in 1966.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1329 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Itinerary and Checklist 1963–1966
I.A.1330 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Publicity

Press releases, excerpts of critical reviews, and sample invitations.

I.A.1331 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1332 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Photographs

Seventy-eight artwork images.

I.A.1333 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Installation Photographs

Two prints from Belgrade, five prints and one negative from Bombay, four from Trivandrum, three from Madras, six from New Delhi, four from Lucknow, three from Calcutta, two from Patna, and three from Colombo.

I.A.1334 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Catalogue material

Introductory text panel by Frank O'Hara, with artists' biographies.

I.A.1335 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Catalogues

Catalogues for London, Australian tour, Athens, and Indian tour.

I.A.1336 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans

Publicity reports, brochures, and press clippings.

1963–1964
I.A.1337 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Financial-Photograph Requisitions

Photograph requisition forms, purchase orders, shipping records, and correspondence.

1963
I.A.1338 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Europe: Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, shipping records, box list, exhibition summary, drafts of catalogue text, publicity reports, press release, checklist, list of lenders, loan records, sale list, and artist biographies.

Restricted material removed: Condition records, loan records, and sale records.

1963–1968
I.A.1339 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Middle East Showings: Work Folder

Condition reports, loan records, correspondence, shipping records, checklist, photographs of works with negatives, insurance records, and memoranda.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports and photographs and damage checklist.

1963–1967
I.A.1340 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Middle East Showings: Work Folder

Correspondence, publicity reports, condition reports, and shipping records.

1964–1966
I.A.1341 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Tour of India

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.1342 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Galerija Kulturnog Centra Beograda, Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1343 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Hellenic American Union, Athens, Greece

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1344 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans USIS Gallery, American Embassy, London, England

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.1345 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Australia

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1346 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Work Folder

List of lenders, checklist, artists' biographies, exhibition description, and box list.

I.A.1347 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans Loans

Loan records.

Entire folder restricted.

1963
I.A.1348 Abstract Watercolors by Fourteen Americans

Exhibition catalogue, checklist, exhibition itinerary, artists' biographies, memoranda, box list, packing and unpacking instructions, condition report, and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1962–1968

ICE-F-78-63 Twenty Modern Sculptors: Small Sculptures and Studies

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1349 Twenty Modern Sculptors: Small Sculptures and Studies Work Folder

Memoranda.

1963

ICE-F-79-63 Hans Hofmann

Forty paintings selected by William C. Seitz. Originally shown as MoMA Exh. # 727 September 11–December 1, 1963. Circulated to Buenos Aires, Argentina; Caracas, Venezuela; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Turin, Italy; Stuttgart, Hamburg and Bielefeld, Germany: September 1964–October 1965. Dispersed in 1965.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1350 Hans Hofmann Itinerary and Checklist 1964–1965
I.A.1351 Hans Hofmann Publicity

Press clippings with translations for all venues.

I.A.1352 Hans Hofmann Publicity

Invitations.

I.A.1353 Hans Hofmann Photographs

Forty photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1354 Hans Hofmann Photographs

Thirty-nine condition photographs.

Entire folder restricted.

I.A.1355 Hans Hofmann Photographs

Five prints from Amsterdam, five prints from Turin, and four transparencies from Hamburg.

I.A.1356 Hans Hofmann Catalogues

Catalogues for Caracas, Amsterdam, Turin, and Germany.

I.A.1357 Hans Hoffmann Financial-Photograph Requisitions

Distribution ledger, shipping records, publicity requisitions, photograph requisiton forms, and correspondence.

1963–1966
I.A.1358 Hans Hoffmann Loans and Lenders

List of lenders, exhibition itinerary, correspondence including letters from Samuel M. Kootz, memoranda, loan receipts, price lists, and insurance records.

Entire folder restricted.

1960–1970
I.A.1359 Hans Hoffmann Buenos Aires and Caracas: Work Folder

Checklists, exhibition itineraries, sale list, memoranda, correspondence, condition reports, insurance records, shipping records, box list, list of lenders, and press release.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1963–1967
I.A.1360 Hans Hoffmann Europe: Work Folder

Exhibition summary, condition reports, memoranda, shipping records, publicity reports, correspondence, and catalogue questionnaire.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1964–1966
I.A.1361 Hans Hoffmann Europe: Work Folder

Correspondence, with insurance records.

1963–1965
I.A.1362 Hans Hoffmann Germany

Exhibition catalogues.

1965
I.A.1363 Hans Hoffmann Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas, Venezuela

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1364 Hans Hoffmann Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna, Turin, Italy

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1365 Hans Hoffmann Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1366 Hans Hofmann

Memoranda, condition reports, checklists, correspondence, photograph requisition forms, memoranda, certificates of insurance, loan amendments, and shipping records.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports and loan forms.

1963–1967
I.A.1367 Hans Hofmann Loan Forms

Checklist, loan agreement forms, and condition report.

Restricted material removed: Condition report and loan forms.

1963–1966

ICE-F-80-63 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912–1962

158 bronze sculptures selected by the artist from his collection, assisted by Renée Sabatello Neu. Circulated domestically as C/E 63-4 1963–64. Shown in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Santiago, Chile; Caracas, Venezuela; Lima, Peru; Melbourne, Australia; and Auckland and Wellington, New Zealand September 1964–March 1966. Dispersed in 1966.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1368 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches I Itinerary and Checklist 1912–1962, 1964-1966
I.A.1369 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches I Publicity

Foreword by Lipchitz, correspondence, reports, invitations, and press clippings.

I.A.1370 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches I Photographs

Forty-five registrar photographs.

I.A.1371 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches I: Photographs

Installation and event photographs with three prints from Caracas, thirteen prints from Santiago with one negative, and eight prints from an unidentified location.

I.A.1372 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches I Catalogues

Catalogues for Melbourne, Santiago, Buenos Aires, Caracas, and two brochures for Detroit.

I.A.1373 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912–1962 Buenos Aires: Work Folder

Correspondence including handwritten letters from Jacques Lipchitz, insurance records, memoranda, box list, checklist, installation instructions, loan records, catalogue text, and press release.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports, insurance claims, and loan records.

1963–1967
I.A.1374 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912–1962 Publicity

Draft press releases and checklist.

1963
I.A.1375 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912–1962 Various Latin American Showings: Correspondence

Exhibition itinerary, correspondence, shipping records, condition reports, and publicity reports.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1963–1966
I.A.1376 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912–1962 Financial-Photo Requests

Distribution ledgers, photograph requistion forms, shipping records, memoranda, and correspondence.

1963–1966
I.A.1377 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912–1962 Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de la Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1378 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912–1962 Centro de Artes Visuales Instituto Torcuato de Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1379 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912–1962 Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas, Venezuela

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1380 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912–1962

Chronology and checklist brochure.

1964
I.A.1381 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912–1962 Work Folder

Box lists, checklist, installation list, and exhibition note.

1963–1965
I.A.1382 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912–1962 Loans

Loan forms, with checklists.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1964
I.A.1383 Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912–1962 Memoranda

Checklist, memoranda, condition record sheets, correspondence, and box list.

Restricted material removed: Condition records.

1964–1967
I.A.1384 Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Universidad de Chile, Santiago

Installation photographs of all galleries.

circa 1963
I.A.1385 Anton Heyboer, Etchings by Sol Lewitt, Henry Moore's "Elephant Skull" Press

Photocopies of press clippings for MoMA exhibition #981.

1973–1974
I.A.1386 Art in Embassies, the Artist in His Studio, Umberto Boccioni: His Graphic Art, the Bitter Years: 1935–1941, Architecture without Architects, Art Israel, the Art of the Real Slides

Color installation, artwork, and event slides for SP-ICE-23-58 (Beijing and Abidjan), SP-ICE-27-61 (Capetown), ICE-F-114-67 (Zurich), SP-ICE-29-62 (London), ICE-F-101-65 (Amsterdam), ICE-F-70-61 (Prague and Sydney), and ICE-D-12-64 (Montreal, Pittsburgh).

1964–1970
I.A.1387 Architecture without Architects, Joseph Albers: Homage to the Square, American Collages, American Prints: 1913–1963 Slides

Color installation, artwork, and event slides for ICE-F-87-63 (Santiago and Rio de Janeiro), ICE-F-70-62 (Düsseldorf, Helsinki, Munich, Madrid, and Lausanne), ICE-F-105-66 (Stockholm and Oslo), and ICE-F-173-75 (Stockholm).

1965–1970, 1976

ICE-F-82-63 David Smith

Forty-eight sculptures selected by Frank O'Hara. Circulated to Otterlo, the Netherlands; London, England; Basel, Switzerland; and Nuremberg and Duisburg, Germany: May 1966–May 1967. Dispersed in 1967.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1388 David Smith Itinerary and Checklists 1966–1967
I.A.1389 David Smith Publicity

Press release, excerpts of critical reviews, invitations, and guest list.

I.A.1390 David Smith Publicity

Correspondence, including Kenneth Noland letter.

I.A.1391 David Smith Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1392 David Smith Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1393 David Smith Printed Matter

"David Smith, A Tribute to One of the Greatest Sculptors of our Time (1906-1965)", Art in America 54, no. 1 (January–February 1966): 22-48; Internationes, Cultural News from Germany (March 1957); Helmut Kotschenreuther. "Die Hebanne im Bett des Neugeborenen oder Requisiten eines Alptraumes," Berliner Leben 1 (January 1966): 24-27.

I.A.1394 David Smith Photographs

Forty-nine photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1395 David Smith Installation and Event Photographs

Twenty-one prints from Otterlo, eight prints from Basel, three prints from London, six prints from Nuremberg, and seven prints from Duisburg.

I.A.1396 David Smith Catalogue Material

Preface and acknowledgement, introductions by Frank O'Hara, artist chronologies, bibliography, and lenders list.

I.A.1397 David Smith Catalogues

Catalogues from London, Otterlo, Basel, and Duisburg.

I.A.1398 David Smith Condition Record Sheets

Condition reports.

Entire folder restricted.

1963
I.A.1399 David Smith Condition Record Sheets

Condition reports, loan records, box lists, and checklist.

Entire folder restricted.

1963
I.A.1400 David Smith Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo: Work Folder

Preparation list, correspondence, conservation records, insurance records, memoranda, checklists, box lists, and shipping records.

Restricted material removed: Insurance claim and condition records.

1966–1968
I.A.1401 David Smith Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo: Work Folder

Memoranda, correspondence, publicity report, text of William R. Tyler speech, draft of press release, bibliography, chronology, catalogue text, and checklists.

1963–1968
I.A.1402 David Smith Kunsthalle, Basel, Switzerland

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1403 David Smith Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo, Netherlands

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1404 David Smith Tate Gallery, London

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1405 David Smith European Showings and Offering: Work Folder

Insurance records, correspondence, box list, publicity report, condition report, shipping records, memoranda, and loan records.

Restricted material removed: Condition report and loan records.

1963–1969
I.A.1406 David Smith European Showings and Offering: Work Folder

Correspondence, drafts of catalogue text, invitations, and publicity report.

1963–1968
I.A.1407 David Smith Loans and Lenders-Receipts

Correspondence, insurance records, checklist, list of lenders, and loan records.

Restricted material removed: Loan receipts.

1963–1968
I.A.1408 David Smith Box Lists and Checklist

Box lists and checklist.

1966
I.A.1409 David Smith 1965–1966

Catalogue introduction text.

1958–1959
I.A.1410 David Smith

Checklist, packing and unpacking instructions, box lists, correspondence, memoranda and lender list.

Restricted material removed: Conditions memoranda.

1966–1967
I.A.1411 David Smith Condition Record Sheets

Condition record sheets.

Entire folder restricted.

1966–1967
I.A.1412 David Smith Loan Forms

Loan agreement forms.

Entire folder restricted.

1967
I.A.1413 David Smith Correspondence A-L

Correspondence.

1965–1967
I.A.1414 David Smith Correspondence M-Z

Correspondence and memoranda.

1966–1967
I.A.1415 David Smith

Copy of memorandum and letter.

1965

ICE-F-83-63 New American Painters as Lithographers

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1416 New American Painters as Lithographers Work Folder

Memoranda.

1963
I.A.1417 New American Painters as Lithographers Financial

Purchase orders.

1963–1964

ICE-F-84-63 Jackson Pollock: Drawings

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1418 Jackson Pollock: Drawings Work Folder

Correspondence and memoranda.

1966–1967

ICE-F-85-63 Martha Graham

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1419 Martha Graham Work Folder

Correspondence.

1963

ICE-F-87-63 Josef Albers: Homage to the Square

Thirty-six paintings selected by Kynaston McShine. Circulated to Caracas, Venezuela; Montevideo, Uruguay; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Lima, Peru; Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, Brazil; Quayaquil and Quito, Ecuador; Bogotá, Colombia; Santiago, Chile; and Mexico City, Mexico: March 1964–August 1965. Returned to U.S. as C/E 63-6 1965–67. Dispersed in 1966.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1420 Josef Albers, Homage to the Square Itinerary and Checklist 1964–1965
I.A.1421 Josef Albers, Homage to the Square Publicity

Invitations.

I.A.1422 Josef Albers, Homage to the Square Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1423 Josef Albers, Homage to the Square Photographs

Eleven prints from Caracas, ten prints from Montevideo with twenty-four negatives, two prints from Rio de Janeiro, three prints from Santiago, and two prints from Mexico City.

I.A.1424 Josef Albers, Homage to the Square Photographs

Nine photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1425 Josef Albers, Homage to the Square Catalogues

Catalogues from the exhibition's appearance at MoMA (in English and Spanish) and in Guayaquil, Ecuador, with brochures for Bogotá.

I.A.1426 Josef Albers: Homage to the Square Latin America: Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary for North America, correspondence including letters from Sidney Janis, publicity reports, shipping record, memoranda, and press release.

1963–1967
I.A.1427 Josef Albers: Homage to the Square Work Folder

Shipping records, memoranda, publicity reports, condition reports, correspondence, and box list.

1963–1965
I.A.1428 Josef Albers: Homage to the Square Caracas: Work Folder

Exhibition catalogue in Portuguese, insurance records, correspondence, shipping records, and memoranda.

1963–1967
I.A.1429 Josef Albers: Homage to the Square Caracas: Work Folder

Correspondence including letters from Josef and Anni Albers, sale list, box lists, checklists, memoranda, shipping records, exhibition itinerary, loan records, drafts of catalogue text, press release, critical reviews, and exhibition catalogue in Spanish.

Restricted material removed: Loan records and damage correspondence.

1963–1967
I.A.1430 Josef Albers: Homage to the Square Binational Center, Bogotá, Colombia

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1431 Josef Albers: Homage to the Square Latin American tour

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1432 Josef Albers: Homage to the Square Sala Camilio Egas, Quito, Ecuador

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1433 Josef Albers: Homage to the Square Box List and Checklist

Price list, box list, and checklist.

1964

ICE-F-88-63 Lettering by Modern Artists

Sixty-four paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints and graphic works by forty-one artists, including anonymous artists, selected by Mildred Constantine. Originally circulated as a smaller domestic version Lettering by Hand, C/E 63-5 1962–64. Circulated to Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; Buenos Aires and La Plata, Argentina; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Lima, Peru; Santiago, Chile; and Caracas, Venezuela: May 1965–June 1967. Dispersed in 1967.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1434 Lettering by Modern Artists Itinerary and Checklist 1965–66
I.A.1435 Lettering by Modern Artists Publicity

Publicity reports and press clippings.

I.A.1436 Lettering by Modern Artists Photographs

Forty-six photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1437 Lettering by Modern Artists Installation and Event Photographs

Eleven prints from Rio Piedras with one negative, eight prints for Rio de Janeiro, six prints for Buenos Aires, and seven prints for Caracas.

I.A.1438 Lettering by Modern Artists Catalogues

Catalogues for Buenos Aires, with brochures for Rio de Janeiro, Lima, and Santiago.

I.A.1439 Lettering by Modern Artists

Correspondence.

1968
I.A.1440 Lettering by Modern Artists Offerings and Requests

Correspondence.

1965–1967
I.A.1441 Lettering by Modern Artists Offerings and Requests

Correspondence, condition reports, shipping records, memoranda, and publicity report.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1965–1966
I.A.1442 Lettering by Modern Artists Work Folder

Condition report, correspondence, shipping records, memoranda, publicity reports, insurance records, box lists, and checklist.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1964–1968
I.A.1443 Lettering by Modern Artists Work Folder

List of lenders, correspondence, loan records, memoranda, and framing records.

Entire folder restricted.

1965–1968
I.A.1444 Lettering by Modern Artists Galeria I.B.E.U., Rio de Janeiro

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1445 Lettering by Modern Artists Centro de Artes Visuales del Instituto Torcuato di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1446 Lettering by Modern Artists Checklist and Box List

Checklist and box list.

1965
I.A.1447 Lettering by Modern Artists Loans

Loan agreement forms with framing record sheets.

Entire folder restricted.

1966
I.A.1448 Lettering by Modern Artists Correspondence and Memoranda

Checklists, memoranda, correspondence, packing and unpacking instructions, and box list.

1963–1968

ICE-F-89-63 Walker Evans

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1449 Walker Evans Financial

Purchase order.

1965

ICE-F-92-63 British Sculpture

Folder Title Date
I.A.1450 British Sculpture Financial

Purchase orders.

1963
I.A.1451 British Sculpture Work Folder

Correspondence, with draft press release.

1963–1965

ICE-F-93-63 Fifteen Canadian Artists

See C/E-63-9 for the showing in the U.S.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1452 Fifteen Canadian Artists Financial-Photograph Requisitions

Memoranda, invoices, correspondence, shipping records, and photograph requisition form.

1964
I.A.1453 Fifteen Canadian Artists

Exhibition catalogue.

1963
I.A.1454 Fifteen Canadian Artists Work Folder

Correspondence.

1963–1964

ICE-F-95-63 Robert Motherwell

103 paintings, collages and drawings selected by Frank O'Hara; adapted from MoMA Exh. #776 October 1–November 28, 1965. Circulated as C/E 64-11 1965–1967. Shown in Amsterdam, the Netherlands; England; Brussels, Belgium; Essen, Germany; and Turin, Italy: January–October 1966. Dispersed in 1966. Also circulated as a smaller version as ICE-F-112-67, touring with ICE-F-71-62.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1455 Robert Motherwell: Works On Paper Itinerary and Checklist 1966
I.A.1456 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1457 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Publicity

Press clippings and reports.

I.A.1458 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper: Photographs

Fifty-eight photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1459 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Photographs

Fifty-four photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1460 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Photographs

Seventy-five condition photographs.

Entire folder restricted.

I.A.1461 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Installation and Event Photographs

Nine prints from Brussels and two prints from Turin.

I.A.1462 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Catalogues

Catalogues from Amsterdam, Essen, and Turin.

I.A.1463 Robert Motherwell Condition Record Sheets

Condition reports, box list, checklist, and worksheet.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1965
I.A.1464 Robert Motherwell Amsterdam: Work Folder

Exhibition itinerary, brochure, correspondence, shipping records, publicity report, condition reports, draft of catalogue text, slide image of artwork, memoranda, and insurance records.

1964–1967
I.A.1465 Robert Motherwell Amsterdam: Work Folder

Condition reports, correspondence including copy of Robert Motherwell letter to Santini Brothers, insurance records, packing instructions, box list, checklist, memoranda, and draft of invitation text.

1965–1969
I.A.1466 Robert Motherwell Condition Record Sheets

Condition record sheets and worksheet.

Entire folder restricted.

circa 1965
I.A.1467 Robert Motherwell Condition Record Sheets

Condition record sheets and worksheet.

Entire folder restricted.

circa 1965
I.A.1468 Robert Motherwell Framing Record Sheets

Checklist and framing record sheets.

1965
I.A.1469 Robert Motherwell Other European Showings and Offerings: Work Folder

Correspondence, insurance records, memoranda, publicity reports, condition reports, and shipping records.

1964–1971
I.A.1470 Robert Motherwell Loans and Lenders

Checklists, correspondence including letters from Motherwell, memoranda, insurance records, list of lenders, and condition report.

Restricted material removed: Condition report drawing showing damages.

1964–1968
I.A.1471 Robert Motherwell Loans and Lenders

Correspondence including letter from Motherwell, memoranda, loan records, shipping records, and insurance records.

Restricted material removed: Loan receipts.

1965–1967
I.A.1472 Robert Motherwell Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1473 Robert Motherwell Amsterdam

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1474 Robert Motherwell Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna, Turin, Italy

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1475 Robert Motherwell Checklist and Box List

Checklist and box list.

1965
I.A.1476 Robert Motherwell Condition Record Sheets

Condition record sheets.

Entire folder restricted.

1966
I.A.1477 Robert Motherwell Correspondence A-L

Correspondence, memoranda and shipping records.

1965–1968
I.A.1478 Robert Motherwell Correspondence M-Z

Correspondence, memoranda and checklist.

1965–1971
I.A.1479 Robert Motherwell Loans A-L

Loan agreement forms.

Entire folder restricted.

1965–1966
I.A.1480 Robert Motherwell Loans: M-Z

Loan agreements, loan record forms, condition notes, insurance list, list of loans granted, and framing record sheet.

Entire folder restricted.

1964–1965
I.A.1481 Robert Motherwell

Correspondence, memoranda, checklists, box list, press release, brochure, loan list, condition photograph, and shipping records.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and condition records.

1964–1967

ICE-F-112-67 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper

Thirty-nine works selected by Renée Sabatello Neu; a revised version of MoMA Exh. #776, October 1–November 28, 1965. Circulated domestically as C/E 64-11 1965–67. Shown in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Caracas, Venezuela; Bogotá, Colombia; and Mexico City, Mexico: November 1967–June 1968. Shown simultaneously with ICE-F-71-62.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1482 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Itinerary and Checklist
I.A.1483 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Publicity

Publicity reports and excerpts of critical reviews.

I.A.1484 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1485 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1486 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Photographs

Thirty-nine photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1487 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Photographs

Forty-four photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1488 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Photographs

Five installation photographs from Buenos Aires.

I.A.1489 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Catalogue Material

Preface and acknowledgements by Rasmussen, introduction by H. H. Arnason, biographical chronology, and lenders list.

I.A.1490 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Catalogues

Catalogues from concurrent showings with ICE-F-71-62 Drawings by Arshile Gorky Caracas, Bogotá, Mexico, and Buenos Aires.

I.A.1491 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Record Sheets

Three framing record sheets.

1967
I.A.1492 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Work Folder

Itinerary, publicity report, checklists, condition reports, arrival notices, shipping records, price list, conversation with lender lists, shipping receipts, curatorial correspondence, and exhibition correspondence. Includes letters from Robert Motherwell.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1967–1971
I.A.1493 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Work Folder

Shipping invoices, insurance certificates, publicity reports, condition reports, arrival notice, thank you letters, disposition notices, loan receipts, press release draft, drafts of catalogue text, loan record sheets, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports and loan forms.

1967–1968
I.A.1494 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Checklists and Box List

Checklists and box list.

1965–1967
I.A.1495 Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper Work Folder

Checklist, lists of artwork, correspondence, box lists, condition report, insurance certificates, and shipping receipt.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1967–1968

ICE-F-96-63 Modern Sculpture U.S.A.

Musée Rodin and German showings. Seventy-one works by twenty-two sculptors selected by René d'Harnoncourt and Frank O'Hara. Circulated to Paris, France; and Berlin and Baden-Baden, Germany: June 1965–April 1966. Dispersed in 1966.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1496 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A Itinerary and Checklists 1965–1966
I.A.1497 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A Publicity

Draft release, correspondence, memoranda, and French articles with English translation.

I.A.1498 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A Publicity

Invitations.

I.A.1499 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1500 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A Publicity

Reports, press clippings, and correspondence.

I.A.1501 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A Photographs

Twenty-five photostats showing works in exhibition, along with instructions for assembly of Mark di Suvero Hankchampion Sculptures.

I.A.1502 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A Photographs

Thirty photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1503 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A Photographs

Thirty-eight photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1504 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A Photographs

Sixty-nine photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1505 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A Installation Photographs

Two prints from Paris, twenty-five prints from Berlin, ten prints from Baden-Baden, along with four packing photographs from Paris and five contact sheets.

I.A.1506 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A Catalogue Material

Artists biographies and lenders list.

I.A.1507 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A Paris Catalogue
I.A.1508 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. Photograph Requisitions

Photograph requisition forms.

1965–1966
I.A.1509 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. Musée Rodin, Paris: Loans and Lenders

Checklists, critical reviews, correspondence including letter from Thomas M. Messer, list of lenders, memoranda, court records, and financial records.

Restricted material removed: Lender lists.

1965–1969
I.A.1510 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. Musée Rodin, Paris: Loans and Lenders

Correspondence including handwritten letters from Louise Bourgeois and George Rickey, memoranda, loan records, and checklist.

Restricted material removed: Loan receipts.

1965–1966
I.A.1511 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. Musée Rodin, Paris: Work Folder

Project proposal, correspondence, insurance records, copies of restoration and condition photographs, condition reports, shipping records, and memoranda.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports and photographs.

1960–1968
I.A.1512 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. European Showings: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, shipping records, publicity report, condition report, and gallery plan.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1964–1967
I.A.1513 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. European Showings: Work Folder

Box lists in French and English, correspondence, checklist, shipping records, press releases, and brochure with gallery plan.

1964–1965
I.A.1514 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. Staadliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden, Germany

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1515 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. Box Lists

Box lists and price list.

1965
I.A.1516 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. Correspondence: A-M

Includes itinerary, correspondence, condition records, shipping invoice, and insurance statements.

Restricted material removed: Damages correspondence and condition reports.

1965–1966
I.A.1517 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. Correspondence: N-Z

Correspondence, shipping receipts, insurance certificate, loan approval, and delivery receipt.

1965–1966
I.A.1518 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. Memos and Lists, Imports and Exports

Includes itinerary, press clipping, photocopy of press clipping, press review, correspondence, lists of artwork, condition reports, registrar form, list of requested artwork, loan form, partial checklist, box lists, insurance certificate, shipping records, and air waybill.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports and damage correspondence.

1963–1967
I.A.1519 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. Loans: A-M

Checklists, loan agreements, loan record forms, notes, and photocopies of artwork images.

Entire folder restricted.

1965
I.A.1520 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. Loans: N-Z

Loan agreements, loan record forms, correspondence, notes, black and white photographs and negatives showing damages, and loan amendment forms.

Entire folder restricted.

1965
I.A.1521 Modern Sculpture: U.S.A. Slides

Slides of floor plan sketches and artwork.

1965

ICE-F-97-64 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno

Thirty-four drawings selected by William S. Lieberman. Circulated to London (two showings), Newcastle upon Tyne, and Cambridge, England; Vienna and Graz, Austria; Krefeld, Dortmund, Hamburg, Stuttgart, and Berlin, Germany; Oslo, Norway; Stockholm, Sweden; Helsinki, Finland; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Belgrade, Llubjana, and Maribor, Yugoslavia; and Brussels, Belgium February 1964–October 1965. Returned to the U.S. as Rauschenberg: 34 Drawings for Dante's Inferno, [MoMA Exh. #785 December 21, 1965–March 22, 1966.] Also circulated as C/E 66-4 1966–68. Plans for showing as C/E 61-1 were canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1522 Rauschenberg: Illustrations forDante's Inferno Itinerary and Checklist 1964–1966
I.A.1523 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno Publicity

Invitations.

I.A.1524 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1525 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1526 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno Photographs

Eight prints and three negatives from London, four prints from Newcastle-on-Tyne, ten prints from Graz, and four prints from Berlin.

I.A.1527 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno Photostats

Two Swedish text labels in exhibition.

I.A.1528 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno Catalogues

Catalogues from Amsterdam, German tour, and Oslo.

I.A.1529 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno London, Newcastle, Cambridge, Oxford: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, loan records, shipping records, condition reports, box lists, checklist, insurance records, publicity report, label and catalogue text, and press release.

Restricted material removed: Loan and insurance records.

1964–1966
I.A.1530 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno European Showing: Work Folder

Correspondence, publicity report, and shipping records.

1964–1967
I.A.1531 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno European Showing: Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, condition reports, and publicity reports.

1964–1965
I.A.1532 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno Financial

Photograph requisition forms and shipping records.

1965
I.A.1533 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway

Exhibition catalogue.

1965
I.A.1534 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno German Tour

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1535 Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's Inferno Amsterdam

Exhibition catalogue.

1965

ICE-F-98-64 Orozco: Studies for a Mural

Fifty-five studies for the mural An Epic of American Civilization commissioned by Dartmouth College for its library and completed in 1934. Selected by Elaine Johnson and adapted from MoMA Exh. #698 November 22, 1961–January 21, 1962. Circulated domesticaly as C/E 61-46 1962–64. Circulated to Helsinki and Lahti, Finland; Oslo and Alesund, Norway; and Göteborg, Sweden September 1964–February 1965. Dispersed in 1965.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1536 Orozco: Studies for a Mural Itinerary and Checklist 1964–1965
I.A.1537 Orozco: Studies forA Mural Publicity

Press clippings, Oslo invitation, and publicity reports.

I.A.1538 Orozco: Studies forA Mural Catalogue

Catalogue for Oslo and leaflet for Helsinki.

I.A.1539 Orozco: Studies For a Mural Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway

Exhibition catalogue.

1964
I.A.1540 Orozco: Studies For a Mural Work Folder

Exhibition summary and itinerary, press release, correspondence, and memoranda.

1964–1968
I.A.1541 Orozco: Studies For a Mural Work Folder

Correspondence, publicity reports, shipping records, condition reports, installation photograph, box list, checklist, memoranda, and framing record sheets.

1964–1966
I.A.1542 Orozco: Studies For a Mural Financial-Photograph Requisitions

Photograph requisition forms and shipping records.

1964–1965
I.A.1543 Orozco: Studies for a Mural Box List 1964
I.A.1544 Orozco: Studeis for a Mural Loans

Delivery receipts, loan agreements, condition record sheets, loan amendment form, and checklists.

Entire folder restricted.

1961–1963
I.A.1545 Orozco: Studeis for a Mural Work Folder

Framing record sheets, correspondence, registrar forms, list of insurance values, release forms, and box list.

1964–1969

ICE-F-99-64 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers

Eighty-two prints by fifty-two artists selected by Elaine Johnson. Adapted from MoMA Exh. #747 September 15–October 24, 1964; Circulated domestically as C/E 64-12 1965. Shown in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Montevideo, Uruguay; Santiago, Chile; La Paz and Oruro, Bolivia; Lima, Peru; Quayaquil, Quito and Cuenca, Ecuador; Bogotá and Barranquilla, Colombia; Caracas, Venezuela; Panama City, Panama; San José, Costa Rica; Tegucigalpa, Honduras; Managua, Nicaragua; and San Juan, Puerto Rico April 1966–June 1968. Dispersed in 1968.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1546 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Itinerary and Checklist 1966–1968
I.A.1547 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Publicity

Press release, publicity reports, translations of critical reviews, correspondence, and invitations.

I.A.1548 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Publicity

Press clippings for Managua, San José, San Juan, Tegucigalpa, Panama City, and Caracas.

I.A.1549 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Publicity

Press clippings for Bogotá, Barranquilla, Cuenca, Quito, Lima, and Oruro.

I.A.1550 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Publicity

Press clippings for La Paz, Santiago, Montevideo, and Buenos Aires.

I.A.1551 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Publicity

Press clippings for other countries of South America and U.S.A.

I.A.1552 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Installation Photographs

Seven prints from Montevideo, nine prints from Oruro, ten prints from La Paz, six prints from Lima, five prints from Cuenca, five prints from Barranquilla, four prints from Tegucigalpa, twenty-eight prints from Managua, five prints from San Juan, and five prints from unidentified location.

I.A.1553 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Catalogues

MoMA publication for South American tour in Spanish, one catalogue for Quito, one catalogue for San Juan, one catalogue for Caracas, leaflet for San José, and brochure titled, "Great Artists of our Time".

I.A.1554 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Buenos Aires, Argentina: Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, publicity report, box list, insurance list, loan records, list of catalogue illustration list, insurance records, box list, checklist, and press release.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports and loan records.

1964–1968
I.A.1555 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Other Latin American Showings

Correspondence, condition reports, checklist, and exhibition catalogue.

Restricted material removed: Conditions reports.

1965–1969
I.A.1556 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Other Latin American Showings

Shipping records, correspondence, opening invitation, condition reports and publicity report.

1965–1969
I.A.1557 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Latin American Showings

Correspondence, box list, publicity reports, condition report, and shipping records.

1965–1968
I.A.1558 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Latin American Showings

Correspondence, shipping records, publicity reports, condition reports, insurance records, installation image print-out, and opening invitation.

1966–1968
I.A.1559 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Framing Record Sheets

Framing records sheets, with memorandum.

1965
I.A.1560 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Press Clipping

Press clipping.

1967
I.A.1561 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Checklist and Box Lists

Checklist and box lists.

1965–1967
I.A.1562 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers Loans

Memorandum and list of loans.

1967

ICE-F-100-65 Recent Landscapes by Nine Americans

Thirty-two works by nine painters selected by Frank O'Hara. Originally circulated as Recent Landscapes by Eight Americans, small version, C/E 64-1 1964–66. Shown at the Festival Of Two Worlds, Spoleto, Italy June 24–July 18, 1965. Returned to U.S. for continued domestic circulation in 1965.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1563 Recent Landscapes by Nine Americans Itinerary, Checklist, and Box List 1965
I.A.1564 Recent Landscapes by Nine Americans Publicity

Press release, press clippings, and two Festival circulars.

I.A.1565 Recent Landscapes by Nine Americans Artists' Biographies
I.A.1566 Recent Landscapes by Nine Americans Photographs

Thirty-three artwork prints.

I.A.1567 Recent Landscapes by Nine Americans Photographs

Eight event photographs for Spoleto.

I.A.1568 Recent Landscapes by Nine Americans Catalogue

Catalogue for Spoleto.

I.A.1569 Recent Landscapes by Nine Americans Festival of Two Worlds, Spoleto, Italy: Work Folder

Exhibition catalogue, memoranda, correspondence, shipping records, box list, list of lenders, loan records, checklists, press releases, list of artists' addresses, and artists' biographies.

Restricted material removed: Loan receipts.

1965–1967
I.A.1570 Recent Landscapes by Nine Americans Shipping and Loans

Correspondence and box list.

1965–1966

ICE-F-101-65 The Bitter Years: 1935–1941

202 mounted photographs with forty-eight labels selected by Edward Steichen and adapted from MoMA Exh. #711 October 18–November 25, 1962. Circulated domestically as C/E 62-14 1963–65. Shown in Umeå, Luleå, Gävle, and Sundsvall, Sweden; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Lund, Sweden; and Oslo, Norway January–October 1966. Exhibition donated to the State of Luxembourg in May 1967, at Steichen's request, for permanent display at the Château de Clervaux along with SP-ICE-10-55 The Family Of Man.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1571 The Bitter Years, 1935–1941: Rural America Seen by the Photographers of the Farm Security Administration Itinerary and Checklists 1966
I.A.1572 The Bitter Years, 1935–1941: Rural America Seen by the Photographers of the Farm Security Administration Publicity

Press release, reports, invitation, and press clippings.

I.A.1573 The Bitter Years, 1935–1941: Rural America Seen by the Photographers of the Farm Security Administration Photographs

Eleven installation photographs for Amsterdam.

I.A.1574 The Bitter Years, 1935–1941: Rural America Seen by the Photographers of the Farm Security Administration Photographs

Ten photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1575 The Bitter Years, 1935–1941: Rural America Seen by the Photographers of the Farm Security Administration Catalogue Material

Introductions and checklists in French and Swedish.

I.A.1576 The Bitter Years, 1935–1941: Rural America Seen by the Photographers of the Farm Security Administration Printed Matter

Leaflet for Amsterdam and three Swedish postcards.

I.A.1577 The Bitter Years: 1935–1941 Swedish Tour: Work Folder

Memoranda, correspondence, publicity reports, shipping records, box list, and checklist.

1965–1968
I.A.1578 The Bitter Years: 1935–1941

Correspondence, checklists, box lists, packing instructions, and press releases.

1965–1989
I.A.1579 The Bitter Years: 1935–1941 Work Folder

Checklist, installation list, box list, and unpacking and packing instructions.

1963–1965

ICE-F-102-65 Modern Architecture U.S.A.

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1580 Modern Architecture: U.S.A. Work Folder

Exhibition brochure, correspondence, catalogue text, and checklist.

1965–1968

ICE-F-104-65 Twentieth Century Engineering

Photographs and plans of 148 projects in twenty-eight countries selected by Arthur Drexler and adapted from MoMA Exh. #744 June 30–September 13, 1964. Circulated domestically as C/E 65-2 1965–71. Shown in Paris, Le Havre, Le Mans, and Strasbourg, France; Milan, Italy; Munich, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Dortmund, and Berlin, Germany (under the auspices of the USIS); Copenhagen and Aarhus, Denmark; Trondheim and Oslo, Norway; Göteborg, Lund, and Stockholm, Sweden; Vienna, Austria; Brussels, Belgium; Madrid, Valencia, and Barcelona, Spain; Bratislava and Prague, Czechoslovakia; Belgrade, Zagreb, and Ljubljana, Yugoslavia; Athens, Greece; and Tehran, Iran November 1966–November 1974. Exhibition dismantled in India in 1975 without being shown, due to poor condition of panels upon arrival in New Delhi.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1581 Twentieth Century Engineering Itinerary, Checklist, and Box List with Packing Instructions 1966–1974
I.A.1582 Twentieth Century Engineering Publicity

Press releases in English and German, publicity reports, correspondence, invitations and poster, and excerpts of critical reviews regarding Brussels showing.

I.A.1583 Twentieth Century Engineering Publicity

Reports and press clippings.

I.A.1584 Twentieth Century Engineering Photographs

Twelve prints, one negative, and checklist of negatives.

I.A.1585 Twentieth Century Engineering Installation and Event Photographs

Three prints from Milan, five prints from Dortmund, four color prints from Stockholm, two prints from Munich, three prints from Aarhus, five prints from Copenhagen, eleven prints from Oslo, five prints from Göteborg, nine prints from Belgrade, six prints from Ljubljana, and twenty prints and nine color negatives from Athens.

I.A.1586 Twentieth Century Engineering Catalogue material

Panel descriptions.

I.A.1587 Twentieth Century Engineering Catalogues

Two catalogues for German tour, catalogue for Prague, catalogue for Belgrade, catalogue for Bratislava, three brochures for Munich, and bibliography of Architectural Design and Construction By the American Libraries in Greece.

I.A.1588 Twentieth Century Engineering Sweden

Exhibition catalogue cover and photocopy of catalogue text.

1965
I.A.1589 Twentieth Century Engineering

Correspondence, shipping records, publicity reports, condition reports, checklists, and exhibition itinerary.

1969–1974
I.A.1590 Twentieth Century Engineering

Correspondence, shipping records, condition reports, publicity reports, packing instructions and memoranda.

1967–1974
I.A.1591 Twentieth Century Engineering Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, condition reports, publicity reports, opening invitation, and Italian press clipping.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1967–1970
I.A.1592 Twentieth Century Engineering Work Folder

Shipping records, correspondence, memoranda, publicity report, installation instruction diagram, press release draft, box lists, and checklist.

1965–1969
I.A.1593 Twentieth Century Engineering

Exhibition itinerary, memoranda, correspondence, and photographs of damaged photo panel installation.

1967–1976
I.A.1594 Twentieth Century Engineering

Correspondence, shipping records, publicity reports, exhibition summaries, invitation, brochure on Bouwcentrum in Rotterdam, and list of Union Internationale des Centres du Bâtiment members.

1970–1975
I.A.1595 Twentieth Century Engineering Muzej Savremene Umetnosti, Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Exhibition catalogue.

1973
I.A.1596 Twentieth Century Engineering Náprstkovo Museum, Prague, Czechoslovakia

Exhibition catalogue.

1972
I.A.1597 Twentieth Century Engineering Utvar Hlavého Architektura Mesta, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia

Exhibition catalogue.

1972
I.A.1598 Twentieth Century Engineering Work Folder

Captions and text, descriptive sheets, unpacking and packing instructions, box list, checklist, and press release.

1971

ICE-F-105-66 American Collages

Fifty-three works by fourteen artists selected by Kynaston McShine; adapted from MoMA Exh. #766 May 11–July 25, 1965 and circulated domestically as C/E 64-2 1965–66. Circulated to Rotterdam and Groningen, the Netherlands; Copenhagen, Denmark; Oslo, Norway; Helsinki, Finland; and Stockholm, Sweden September 1966–June 1967. Dispersed in 1967.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1599 American Collages Itinerary and Checklist 1966–1967
I.A.1600 American Collages Publicity

MoMA press releases, publicity reports, excerpts of critical reviews, and invitations.

I.A.1601 American Collages Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1602 American Collages Photographs

Twenty-four prints.

I.A.1603 American Collages Photographs

Two color prints from Rotterdam and two prints from Helsinki.

I.A.1604 American Collages Catalogue Material

Foreword and introduction by Kynaston McShine.

I.A.1605 American Collages Wall Label Proofs

Two wall label proofs.

I.A.1606 American Collages Catalogues

Catalogues from Rotterdam, Helsinki, Oslo, and Stockholm.

I.A.1607 American Collages Copenhagen

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1608 American Collages Rotterdam

Exhibition catalogue.

1966
I.A.1609 American Collages Rotterdam: Work Folder

Condition reports, price lists, artists' biographies, box lists, correspondence, shipping records, and publicity report.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1966–1969
I.A.1610 American Collages Rotterdam: Work Folder

Correspondence, publicity report, memoranda, checklists, and framing record sheets.

1966–1967
I.A.1611 American Collages

German press clippings.

1966–1967
I.A.1612 American Collages Box Lists and Checklists

Unpacking and packing instructions, box lists, and checklists.

1966
I.A.1613 American Collages Work Folder

Checklist, correspondence, box lists, and insurance certificate.

1964–1969
I.A.1614 The Photographer's Eye Correspondence

Correspondence, arrival notice, bills of lading, invoices, lists of loans, shipping record, preparation deadlines, and list of photographs.

1964–1971
I.A.1615 The Photographer's Eye Imports and Exports

Shipping invoices, air waybill, correspondence, box list, and delivery receipts.

1964–1973
I.A.1616 The Photographer's Eye Memos/Lists

List of works for exhibition, unpacking and packing instructions, checklist, correspondence, registrar record, list of lenders, list of received loan forms, registrar form, lists of photographs, and box list.

1964–1977

ICE-F-106-66 The Photographers Eye

140 photographs selected by John Szarkowski; adapted from MoMA Exh. #741 May 27–August 23, 1964 and circulated domestically as C/E 64-6 1964–66. Later installed at MoMA as part of the thirty-fifth Anniversary exhibition Art In A Changing World: 1884–1964. Circulated to Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin, New Zealand; Newcastle, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Shepparton, Ballarat, Bendigo, Mildura, Castlemaine, and Geelong, Australia. Returned to U.S. for refurbishing, then circulated to Honolulu, Hawaii; Manila, Philippines; Madras, Bombay, Calcutta, and New Delhi, India; Eindhoven, the Netherlands; Bonn, Germany; Lausanne, Switzerland; Düsseldorf; Germany; Grenoble and Saint-Etienne, France; and Helsinki, Finland: July 1967–January 1972. Dispersed in 1973.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1617 The Photographer's Eye Itinerary and Checklist 1967–1972
I.A.1618 The Photographer's Eye Publicity

Press releases, publicity reports, correspondence, memorandum, Wellington radio script, two invitations, and excerpts of critical reviews.

I.A.1619 The Photographer's Eye Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1620 The Photographer's Eye Installation and Event Photographs

Fourteen prints and floor plan from Wellington and one print from Madras.

I.A.1621 The Photographer's Eye Brochures

Two brochures each from Melbourne and Adelaide.

I.A.1622 The Photographer's Eye Work Folder

Publicity reports, correspondence, box list, and checklist.

1966–1969
I.A.1623 The Photographer's Eye Work Folder

Correspondence and loan records.

1967–1969
I.A.1624 The Photographer's Eye

Exhibition itineraries, exhibition description, correspondence, memoranda, shipping records, publicity reports, checklist, and condition reports.

1967–1972
I.A.1625 The Photographer's Eye

Correspondence, shipping records, condition reports, and publicity reports.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1967–1972
I.A.1626 The Photographer's Eye Work Folder

Itinerary notes, shipping records, condition reports, arrival notices, publicity reports, checklist, box list, and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1967–1972
I.A.1627 The Photographer's Eye Work Folder

Black and white photographs, draft of press release, checklists, box lists, and descriptive sheet.

1967–1970
I.A.1628 The Photographer's Eye Work Folder

Correspondence, form letters, loan amendment forms, and checklist.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and lender correspondence.

1968

ICE-F-107-66 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers

Forty prints by twenty-five artists selected by William S. Lieberman; adapted from MoMA Exh. #739 May 27–July 29, 1964. Plans for domestic circulation as C/E 63-13 1963–64 and ICE-F-83-63 were canceled. Shown in Africa under the auspices of Mrs. George A. Morgan, wife of the U.S. Ambassador to the Ivory Coast, with the cooperation of American Embassies in Africa. Circulated to Abidjan, Côte D'Ivoire; Cotonou, Dahomey (Benin); Lomé, Togo; Accra and Kumasi, Ghana; Cairo, Egypt. Monrovia, Liberia; Ouagadougou, Upper Volta (Burkina Faso); Abidjan and Bouaké, Côte D'Ivoire; Kampala, Uganda; Nairobi, Kenya; Dar El Salaam, Tanzania; Mogadiscio, Somalia: March 1967–September 1970. Dispersed in 1970.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1629 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers Itinerary, Checklist, and Box List 1967–1970
I.A.1630 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers Publicity

Press releases, reports, correspondence, memorandum, guest list, invitations, and press clippings.

I.A.1631 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers Photographs

Forty photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1632 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers Photographs

Three prints and floor plans from Abidjan, three prints from Lomé, two prints from Accra, and twenty-three prints from Monrovia.

I.A.1633 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers Brochures

One brochure in English and two brochures in French.

I.A.1634 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers Work Folder

Condition reports, shipping records, exhibition catalogues, itineraries, arrival notice, publicity reports, loan agreements, loan receipt, curatorial correspondence, exhibition notes, box list, checklists, and exhibition correspondence and memoranda.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and condition reports.

1966–1971
I.A.1635 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers Work Folder

Invitation, shipping invoices, press releases, photograph requisition forms, checklist, framing record forms and invoices, and correspondence.

1966–1967
I.A.1636 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers Work Folder

Checklist, box lists, itinerary, distribution ledger, receipt, loan agreements, shipping records and invoices, publicity report, condition reports, arrival notices, and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and condition report.

1966–1973
I.A.1637 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers Work Folder

Press release, shipping records and invoices, arrival notice, blank condition report, exhibition catalogue, and exhibition correspondence.

1966–1973
I.A.1638 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers Print Show for Africa

Itineraries, publicity report, lists of works in exhibition, press releases, Art in Embassies report, box list, curatorial correspondence, estimate sheet, exhibition catalogue, and correspondence.

1966–1968
I.A.1639 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers African Tour

Travel itinerary and exhibition catalogue.

undated
I.A.1640 Twenty-Five Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers Box List

Box list and list of artwork.

1966

ICE-F-108-66 The New Decade in Europe and U.S.A.

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1641 The New Decade in Europe and U.S.A. Work Folder

One letter and memorandum.

1966
I.A.1642 The New Decade in Europe and U.S.A. Correspondence

One memorandum.

1966

ICE-F-109-66 Willem de Kooning

147 paintings and drawings selected by Thomas B. Hess. Circulated to Amsterdam, the Netherlands and London, England September 1968–January 1969. Returned to the U.S. for exhibition at MoMA as Willem de Kooning [MoMA Exh. #884, March 5—April 26, 1969]. Also circulated to the Art Institute of Chicago May 16–July 6, 1969 and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art July 28–September 14, 1969. Dispersed in 1969.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1643 Willem de Kooning Itinerary and Checklist 1968–1969
I.A.1644 Willem de Kooning Publicity

Press releases in Dutch and English, Stedelijk Museum exhibition program, publicity reports, BBC radio script, and invitations.

I.A.1645 Willem de Kooning Publicity

Press clippings for Amsterdam.

I.A.1646 Willem de Kooning Publicity

Press clippings for Amsterdam, with English translation.

I.A.1647 Willem de Kooning Publicity

Press clippings for London.

I.A.1648 Willem de Kooning Photographs

Installation photographs for Amsterdam.

I.A.1649 Willem de Kooning Catalogues

Catalogue for Amsterdam, catalogue for London, and article titled, The Museum of Modern Art Members Newsletter 1969 March-April.

I.A.1650 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Insurance policy, loan agreements, conversation with lender forms, curatorial correspondence, and correspondence regarding loans.

Entire folder restricted.

1967–1969
I.A.1651 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Conversation with lender forms, loan agreements, curatorial correspondence, insurance certificate, and correspondence.

Entire folder restricted.

1967–1969
I.A.1652 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Shipping invoices, box list, condition report, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1967–1970
I.A.1653 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

List of loaned artwork, list of de Kooning works, invoices, budget estimate, exhibition poster, and exhibition correspondence.

1966–1969
I.A.1654 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Checklist, box lists, loan receipts, press clippings, condition report, lists of lenders and works in exhibition, schedules, and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1967–1970
I.A.1655 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping records, packing estimate, price and framing lists, condition reports, checklists, curatorial correspondence, and insurance receipts.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1968–1969
I.A.1656 Willem de Kooning Loans, receipts, returns, thank yous

Thank you letters, along with return forms and correspondence.

1969–1970
I.A.1657 Willem de Kooning Loans, Receipts, Returns, Thank Yous

Loan agreements and loan receipts.

Entire folder restricted.

1968–1969
I.A.1658 Willem de Kooning Box Lists and Checklists

Box list and checklists.

1968
I.A.1659 Willem de Kooning Lists

Checklists, price list, lists of lenders, box lists, list of works not traveling on complete tour, list of drawings, correspondence, and catalogue lists.

1969
I.A.1660 Willem de Kooning Memos

Memoranda, lists of artwork, condition reports, registrar forms, and press release.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports and memoranda.

1961, 1967–1970
I.A.1661 Willem de Kooning Loans: A-Be

Correspondence with lenders and regarding loans, shipping invoice, box list, packing estimate, and loan receipt.

1967–1970
I.A.1662 Willem de Kooning Loans: Bl-Bu

Correspondence with lenders and regarding loans, bills of lading, invoice, insurance values, loan agreement, conversation with lender forms, loan receipts, insurance forms, and insurance contracts.

Restricted material removed: Loan form.

1968–1970
I.A.1663 Willem de Kooning Loans: C-J

Correspondence with lenders and regarding loans, box list, conversation with lender forms, loan record sheet, loan receipts, shipping order, insurance certificate, transportation orders, bill of lading, registrar forms, and invoices.

1967–1970
I.A.1664 Willem de Kooning Loans: Ka-Lon

Correspondence with lenders and regarding loans, loan receipt, conversation with lender form, registrar forms, invoice, and box list. Includes letter from Willem de Kooning.

1966–1970
I.A.1665 Willem de Kooning Loans: Los-N

Correspondence with lenders and regarding loans, conversation with lender forms, box list, bills of lading, insurance certificate, invoice, loan agreement, waiver of subrogation, and loan receipt.

Restricted material removed: Loan form.

1961, 1967–1970
I.A.1666 Willem de Kooning Loans: O-S

Correspondence with lenders and regarding loans, conversation with lender forms, insurance certificates, and bill of lading.

1967–1969
I.A.1667 Willem de Kooning Loans: T-Z

Correspondence with lenders and regarding loans, lender forms, shipping invoices, insurance certificates, and air waybill.

1967–1970
I.A.1668 Willem de Kooning Imports and Exports

Shipping invoices and correspondence.

1969–1970
I.A.1669 Willem de Kooning Checklist

Artwork dimensions, work order, and checklist.

undated
I.A.1670 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Price lists, list of artwork dimensions, exhibition catalogue text, and checklists.

Restricted material removed: Price lists.

undated
I.A.1671 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Correspondence and checklist for CE-68-20 exhibition, along with condition report pages for de Kooning artwork.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1968–1971
I.A.1672 Willem de Kooning Photograph Requisition

Staff photograph requisition forms, notes, correspondence, purchase order, checklist, and list of drawings.

1967–1968
I.A.1673 Willem de Kooning Lists

Box list, packing list notes, checklists, and correspondence.

1968–1969
I.A.1674 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Notes, correspondence, conversation with lender form, drawing label text, lists of artwork, text of radio interview, list of lenders, and exhibition catalogue lists.

1968
I.A.1675 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Checklists, lists of drawings, correspondence, conversation with lender form, staff photograph requisition form, and address list for lenders.

1968
I.A.1676 Willem de Kooning Correspondence

Correspondence, loan agreements, and notes, with one photocopy of a letter written by Willem de Kooning.

Entire folder restricted.

1966–1968
I.A.1677 Willem de Kooning Framing Record Sheet

Framing record sheets.

undated
I.A.1678 Willem de Kooning Framing Record Sheet

Framing record sheets.

1968
I.A.1679 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Condition notes, correspondence, exhibition catalogue lists, framing record sheets, catalogue text, waiver of subrogation, insurance policy, insurance costs, and conversation with lender form.

1968–1969
I.A.1680 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Framing record sheets, correspondence, notes, framing lists, shipment lists, loan receipt, insurance lists, box lists, work order, and price lists.

1968–1969
I.A.1681 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Checklists, correspondence, price list, preparation deadlines, loan agreements, and conversation with lender form.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1966–1969
I.A.1682 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Correspondence, loan agreements, condition reports, work order, and checklist.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and condition reports.

1968–1969
I.A.1683 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Correspondence, insurance lists, checklist, invoices, photocopies of press clippings, staff photograph requisition forms, and notes.

1967–1969
I.A.1684 Willem de Kooning Checklist, Condition

Checklist and condition report sheets.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1968–1969
I.A.1685 Willem de Kooning Correspondence

Correspondence, return shipment lists, notes, and box lists.

1968–1969
I.A.1686 Willem de Kooning Price List, Checklist

Price lists, lists of lender addresses, correspondence, internal party invitations, checklist, box lists, and partial list of artwork.

1968–1969
I.A.1687 Willem de Kooning Checklist

Checklists.

undated
I.A.1688 Willem de Kooning Loans

Checklist, loan record sheets with condition notes, wall labels, and condition report.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and condition reports.

1968–1969
I.A.1689 Willem de Kooning Loans

Loan record sheets with condition reports, checklist, correspondence, and notes.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and condition reports.

1968
I.A.1690 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Notes, framing instructions, exhibition catalogue list, lists of drawings, black and white condition photograph, correspondence, conversation with lender forms, and loan agreements.

Restricted material removed: Condition photographs and loan forms.

1969–1970
I.A.1691 Willem de Kooning Work Folder

Conversation with lender form, correspondence, notes, and invoice.

1969

ICE-F-110-66 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors

109 pieces by seventy-one artists selected by Renée Sabatello Neu. Circulated to Darmstadt, Germany; Rotterdam, the Netherlands May –August 1967. Dispersed in 1969.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1692 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Itinerary and Checklist 1967
I.A.1693 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Publicity

Rotterdam publicity report and press clippings, with some translations.

I.A.1694 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Photographs

Thirty-seven photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1695 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Photographs

Thirty-eight photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1696 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Photographs

Thirty-three photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1697 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Photographs

Five installation photographs from Darmstadt.

I.A.1698 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Catalogue

Catalogues in German, Dutch, and English, with brochure for Darmstadt.

I.A.1699 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Box List

Box list, insurance note, and permanent exhibition bonds.

undated
I.A.1700 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Correspondence: A-G

Correspondence, condition report, and insurance certificate.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1966–1968
I.A.1701 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Correspondence: H-Q

Correspondence and loan agreement, with a letter written by Man Ray and Meret Oppenheim.

Restricted material removed: Loan form.

1967–1968
I.A.1702 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Correspondence: R-Z

Correspondence, receipts, and insurance certificates with a letter from Meret Oppenheim.

1967–1970
I.A.1703 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Imports

Correspondence, shipping invoices, customs forms, insurance certificates, waybills, and insurance policy.

1967–1968
I.A.1704 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Exports

Shipping invoices and correspondence.

1967–1969
I.A.1705 Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors Lists, Memos

Checklists, box list, unpacking and packing instructions, price list, lists of lenders, list of artwork, itinerary, and correspondence.

1966–1969

ICE-F-111-67 Cézanne to Miró

Fifty-six paintings by forty-three artists selected by Monroe Wheeler. Circulated to Buenos Aires, Argentina; Santiago, Chile; and Caracas, Venezuela: May–August, 1968. Dispersed in 1968.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1706 Cézanne to Miró Itinerary and Checklists

In English and Spanish.

1968
I.A.1707 Cézanne to Miró Publicity

Draft release, press releases, excerpts of critical review, correspondence, invitations, excerpts of critical reviews, and draft of Jane Gollin's article "Museum to Museum," Americas 20, no. 3 (March 1968): 21-28.

I.A.1708 Cézanne to Miró Publicity

Press clippings from Argentina and Chile.

I.A.1709 Cézanne to Miró Publicity

Press clippings from Venezuela, other countries from South America, U.S.A., and Spain.

I.A.1710 Cézanne to Miró Publicity

Press clippings, and publicity reports from Buenos Aires, Caracas, and New York.

I.A.1711 Cézanne to Miró Publicity

Press clippings and publicity report for Santiago.

I.A.1712 Cézanne to Miró Publicity

Press clippings for Buenos Aires, Caracas, and Santiago.

I.A.1713 Cézanne to Miró Floor Plans

Floor plans for Chile, Caracas, Buenos Aires, and an unidentified location.

I.A.1714 Cézanne to Miró Photographs

Fifty-five photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1715 Cézanne to Miró Photographs

Five prints from Lima, fourteen from an unidentified location, three from Caracas, fourteen from Santiago, twenty-eight from Buenos Aires with twelve negatives and one contact sheet, and nineteen from New York.

I.A.1716 Cézanne to Miró Catalogue Material

Monroe Wheeler introduction, Mrs. Donald B. Straus preface and acknowledgements, lenders list, and catalogue entries by Lucy Lippard in Spanish and English.

I.A.1717 Cézanne to Miró Catalogues

Catalogues for New York and Santiago, MoMA publication for Argentina, Chile, and Venezuela, along with a brochure for Buenos Aires.

I.A.1718 Cézanne to Miró Work Folder

Loan receipts, agreements, and amendments, along with conversation with lender forms, lists of lenders, artwork return correspondence, thank you letters, and loan correspondence.

Entire folder restricted.

1967–1968
I.A.1719 Cézanne to Miró Work Folder

Loan correspondence.

1967–1968
I.A.1720 Cézanne to Miró Work Folder

Insurance policies, exhibition poster, and correspondence.

1965–1973
I.A.1721 Cézanne to Miró Work Folder

Correspondence, memoranda, and exhibition text.

1967–1968
I.A.1722 Cézanne to Miró Catalogue

Exhibition catalogue for South America.

1968
I.A.1723 Cézanne to Miró South America

Correspondence and memoranda for exhibitions in Caracas and Santiago, along with publicity report.

1967–1969
I.A.1724 Cézanne to Miró South America

Correspondence and memoranda for exhibitions in Buenos Aires and Peru, along with general correspondence.

1967–1969
I.A.1725 Cézanne to Miró Work Folder

Insurance certificates, box list, checklists, shipping invoices, release forms, and correspondence.

1967–1969
I.A.1726 Cézanne to Miró Work Folder

Insurance certificates, checklists, draft of insurance contract, insurance policy, shipping invoices, correspondence, and memoranda.

1967–1969
I.A.1727 Cézanne to Miró Work Folder

List of exhibition works, box list, condition reports, conservation reports, publicity texts and reports, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition and conservation reports.

1967–1968
I.A.1728 Cézanne to Miró Work Folder

Text for catalogue preface, shipping and catalogue invoices, reproduction applications, framing record sheets, correspondence, and staff photograph requisition forms.

1967–1969
I.A.1729 Cézanne to Miró Loans

Loan amendment forms and loan correspondence.

Entire folder restricted.

1968
I.A.1730 Cézanne to Miró Artwork

Index cards for individual artwork for exhibition.

Entire folder restricted.

1967
I.A.1731 Cézanne to Miró Box List

Case content lists and a box list.

1968
I.A.1732 Cézanne to Miró Memos, Lists

Checklist, box list, correspondence, exhibition report, registrar forms, condition report, and schedule of loan arrivals.

Restricted material removed: Condition report and condition correspondence.

1967–1968
I.A.1733 Cézanne to Miró Correspondence: A-K

Correspondence, insurance certificates, loan conditions, shipping receipts, and conversation with lender forms.

1967–1968
I.A.1734 Cézanne to Miró Correspondence: L-Z

Correspondence, shipping invoices, conversation with lender forms, condition reports, and insurance certificates.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1967–1968
I.A.1735 Cézanne to Miró Correspondence: S-Z, Import and Export

Loan receipts, correspondence, fire safety report, conversation with lender forms, insurance certificate, and loading list.

Restricted material removed: Lender correspondence.

1967–1970

ICE-F-114-67 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969

Fifty-six paintings and sculptures by thirty-three artists selected by guest curator Eugene C. Goossen, adapted from MoMA Exh. #862 July 3–September 8, 1968. Circulated to Paris, France; Zurich, Switzerland; and London, England: November 1968–June 1969. Dispersed in 1969.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1736 The Art of the Real Itinerary and Checklist 1968–1969
I.A.1737 The Art of the Real Publicity

Press release, excerpts of critical reviews, biographical notes on Eugene C. Goossen, and invitation.

I.A.1738 The Art of the Real Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1739 The Art of the Real Photographs

Six installation photographs from Paris, fourteen from Zurich, and ten from London.

I.A.1740 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Work Folder

Text from exhibition reviews, shipping invoices, insurance correspondence, list of loaned exhibition artwork, exhibition notes, exhibition list, and correspondence.

1966–1971
I.A.1741 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Work Folder

Correspondence, box lists, delivery receipt, price list, catalogue text, list of works in exhibition, checklist, release forms, and request for publication forms.

Restricted material removed: Price list.

1968–1969
I.A.1742 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Work Folder

Correspondence, shipping schedule, insurance certificate, conservation forms, and photographs and diagrams noting damages.

Entire folder restricted.

1968–1970
I.A.1743 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Work Folder

Correspondence, framing list, framing record sheets, checklist, photograph requisition forms, packing and installation instructions, and photographs.

1967–1968
I.A.1744 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Catalogue

Three exhibition catalogues for exhibitions in Zurich, Paris, and London.

1968–1969
I.A.1745 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Work Folder

Correspondence from MoMA staff in Paris, catalogue text in French, slide list, draft text for catalogue, lender lists, artist list, catalogue lists, and exhibition correspondence.

1968–1969
I.A.1746 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Work Folder

Exhibition announcement, catalogue lists and text, publicity report, photocopies of gallery floor plan of the Tate Museum, and exhibition correspondence.

1966–1969
I.A.1747 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Work Folder

Itinerary, exhibition correspondence, and memoranda.

1966–1969
I.A.1748 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Work Folder

Exhibition correspondence and memoranda.

1966–1968
I.A.1749 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Work Folder

Thank you letters, prospectus, checklist, lists of artists and lenders, correspondence, curatorial correspondence, loan record sheet, insurance values, conversation with lender form, and loan receipt.

Restricted material removed: Lender list and loan correspondence.

1967–1970
I.A.1750 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Work Folder

Curatorial correspondence, conversation with lender forms, loan agreements, loan receipts, correspondence, and thank you letters.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1967–1969
I.A.1751 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1968 Box Lists and Checklists

Box lists and checklists.

1968
I.A.1752 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969

Correspondence, memoranda, checklists and research materials.

1968–1969
I.A.1753 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Registrar, Conditions, Installation

Memoranda, condition reports, correspondence, loan records, and registrar records.

Restricted material removed: Condition records.

1968–1970
I.A.1754 The Art of the Real: U.S.A. 1948–1969 Installation

Installation instructions, memoranda, floor plan, installation estimate sheets and installation photographs.

1968
I.A.1755 The Art of the Real: U.S.A.: 1948–1968 Fine Arts Photographs

Checklist and black and white photographs of artwork.

1968–1969

ICE-F-115-67 The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection

103 paintings and sculptures by three generations of twentieth century artists selected by Betsy B. Jones. The collection was given to MoMA in 1967. Exhibition adapted from MoMA Exh. #848 January 17–March 4, 1968. Also circulated domestically as C/E 1968–1970. Circulated to Basel, Switzerland; London, England; Berlin, Nuremberg, and Stuttgart, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; and Cologne, Germany: February 1970–April 1971. Dispersed in 1971.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1756 The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection Itinerary and Checklist 1970
I.A.1757 The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection Publicity

Excerpts of critical reviews.

I.A.1758 The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection Photographs

Two installation photographs from Berlin, with catalogue from Basel, Berlin, and Nuremberg.

I.A.1759 The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection Work Folder

Curatorial correspondence (including with Sidney Janis), itinerary, copy of press reviews, checklist, loan receipts, lists of color plates, text for wall labels, box lists, exhibition correspondence, and packing instructions.

Restricted material removed: Loan receipts.

1968–1973
I.A.1760 The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection Work Folder

Packing list, condition report, catalogue text, appraisal of Janis collection, and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition report and collection appraisal.

1967–1970
I.A.1761 The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection Work Folder

Itineraries, photocopy of press clipping, shipping records, publicity reports, arrival notices, insurance certifcate, catalogue introduction text, condition report, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1968–1974
I.A.1762 The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection Work Folder

Shipping records, receipt, publicity reports, box lists, arrival notices, condition reports, photocopies of press clippings, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1969–1971
I.A.1763 The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection Work Folder

Publicity reports, shipping records, box list, condition reports, arrival notice, packing instructions, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1968–1971
I.A.1764 The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection Catalogues

Four exhibition catalogues, for shows in Germany and Switzerland.

1970–1971
I.A.1765 The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection Work Folder

Packing instructions in English, French, and German, along with packing lists, box lists, checklists, press release, wall label text, list of color plates, and an exhibition catalogue.

1968–1971
I.A.1766 "Indian-Singalese Tour of Museum of Modern Art Experimental Film Show"

One memorandum regarding tour of an unidentified exhibition.

1968

ICE-F-116-68 Helen Frankenthaler

Retrospective of forty-two paintings selected by guest curator Eugene C. Goossen. Organized by the International Council in collaboration with the Whitney Museum of American Art and shown at the Whitney Museum, New York February–April 1969. Circulated to London, England; and Hanover and Berlin, Germany May–October 1969. Dispersed in 1969.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1767 Helen Frankenthaler Itinerary and Checklist 1969
I.A.1768 Helen Frankenthaler Publicity

Excerpts of critical reviews and press clippings.

I.A.1769 Helen Frankenthaler Photographs

Forty-one photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1770 Helen Frankenthaler Photographs

Nineteen color transparencies of installation images from unidentified location.

I.A.1771 Helen Frankenthaler Catalogues

Catalogues from New York, Berlin, London, and Hanover.

I.A.1772 Helen Frankenthaler Catalogue

Exhibition catalogues for two Helen Frankenthaler exhibitions along with black and white photographs of Frankenthaler works.

1960–1961
I.A.1773 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Itinerary, invoices, list of works, curatorial correspondence, list of lenders, notes, and exhibition correspondence.

1969–1971
I.A.1774 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

One receipt, correspondence, and memoranda.

1968–1970
I.A.1775 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Press release, loan form template, meeting agenda, loan letter draft, checklist, and correspondence. Includes letters from Helen Frankenthaler.

1968–1969
I.A.1776 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Two exhibition catalogues from Berlin and New York shows and printed copies of press clippings.

1969
I.A.1777 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Printed copies of press clippings and reviews, lists of lenders, thank you letters, delivery receipt, invoices, bills of lading, and correspondence regarding the return of loaned artwork.

1969–1971
I.A.1778 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Shipping memorandum, checklists, box lists, lenders lists, instructions for folding paintings, correspondence, price lists, selection list, loan letter draft, exhibition preparation notes, condition reports, press release draft, publicity text, insurance claim, insurance certificates, and conversation with lender form.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1968–1970
I.A.1779 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Loan correspondence, loan receipts, and loan agreements.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1968–1970
I.A.1780 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Photocopies of press clippings and installation photographs.

1969
I.A.1781 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Checklists, price list, and box lists.

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I.A.1782 Helen Frankenthaler Correspondence: A-L

Correspondence, loan receipt, insurance certificate, conversation with lender form, transportation order, bill of lading, and warehouse receipt. Includes letters from Helen Frankenthaler.

1968–1971
I.A.1783 Helen Frankenthaler Memos, Lists, Imports, Exports

List of artwork, correspondence, checklists, price list, list of lenders, box lists, shipping invoices, customs form, and bills of lading.

1968–1971
I.A.1784 Helen Frankenthaler Correspondence: M-Z

Correspondence, insurance certificates, loan receipts, and bill of lading.

1968–1971
I.A.1785 Helen Frankenthaler Framing Record Sheets

Framing record sheets.

undated
I.A.1786 Helen Frankenthaler Checklists

Work order and checklists.

1969
I.A.1787 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Box lists, correspondence, notes, selected bibliography, checklists, lender addresses, sample loan receipts, press release, itineraries, price list, packing estimate, and work order.

1969
I.A.1788 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Checklists, box list, price list, packing estimate, and work order.

1969
I.A.1789 Helen Frankenthaler Articles

Artwork description text, notes, and photocopies of articles about Helen Frankenthaler.

1965
I.A.1790 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Price lists, notes, checklist, correspondence, framing record sheets, loan record sheets with condition reports, and invoice.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and condition reports.

1969–1971
I.A.1791 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Notes, correspondence, invoices, checklist, text for reviews, black and white installation photograph, and list of written thank you letters.

Restricted material removed: Conditions memorandum.

1969–1971
I.A.1792 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Exhibition artwork notecards and photograph negatives.

undated
I.A.1793 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Price list, press release, correspondence, staff photograph requisition forms, conversation with lender form, invoice, list of artwork, and loan agreements.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1968–1969
I.A.1794 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Loan agreements, correspondence, and black and white condition photographs.

Entire folder restricted.

1968–1969
I.A.1795 Helen Frankenthaler Work Folder

Black and white condition photographs.

Entire folder restricted.

undated

ICE-F-117-68 Frank Stella

Forty-one paintings and nineteen drawings selected by William S. Rubin adapted from MoMA Exh. #922 March 24–June 2, 1970. Circulated to London, England and Amsterdam, the Netherlands July–November 1970. Returned to the U.S. for circulation to Pasadena, California and Toronto, Canada January–May 1971.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1796 Frank Stella Publicity and Itinerary

Press clippings.

1970
I.A.1797 Frank Stella Publicity and Itinerary

Press clippings.

I.A.1798 Frank Stella Work Folder

Exhibition notes and correspondence, preliminary budget, exhibition catalogue, and photocopies of press clipping.

1968–1971
I.A.1799 Frank Stella Work Folder

Exhibition announcement, box list, checklists, list of photographic credits, notes, and correspondence.

1968–1971
I.A.1800 Frank Stella Work Folder

Itinerary, invoices and receipts, loan agreement, box lists, packing instructions, press release, exhibition budget, checklists, correspondence, and exhibition notes.

Restricted material removed: Loan form.

1968–1972
I.A.1801 Frank Stella Catalogue

Two exhibition catalogues for shows in London and Amsterdam.

1970
I.A.1802 Frank Stella Work Folder

Box lists, checklists, unpacking and packing instructions, and exhibition pamphlet.

1970
I.A.1803 Frank Stella Memos

Lists of artwork, correspondence, itineraries, registrar form, shipping invoices, customs form, breakdown sheets, packing lists, gallery floor plan drawings, notes, press release, lists of box sizes, and preparation schedules.

1969–1972
I.A.1804 Frank Stella Correspondence: A-C

Correspondence, transportation orders, shipping invoices, purchase requisition form, loan receipts, insurance certificate, packing diagrams, warehouse contract, and packing list.

1968–1971
I.A.1805 Frank Stella Correspondence: D-L

Correspondence, insurance certificate, invoices, bill of lading, transportation orders, and loan receipt.

1969–1972
I.A.1806 Frank Stella Correspondence: M-R

Correspondence, loan receipts, checklists, condition report, insurance certificate, delivery receipt, and insurance claim.

Restricted material removed: Condition report and lender correspondence with damage information.

1969–1972
I.A.1807 Frank Stella Correspondence: S-Z

Correspondence, delivery receipts, transportation order, bills of lading, shipping invoices, purchase order, insurance certificate, unpacking and packing instructions, box list, and loan agreement.

Restricted material removed: Condition memorandum.

1967–1972
I.A.1808 Frank Stella Imports, Exports

Shipping invoices, correspondence, export declarations, box lists, customs forms, and bills of lading.

1970–1971
I.A.1809 Frank Stella Lists

Itinerary, checklists, notes, correspondence, transportation chart, lists of carton sizes, packing lists, loan status list, box lists, packing diagrams, unpacking and packing instructions, list of paintings, and list of lenders.

1969–1970

ICE-F-118-68 Claes Oldenburg

121 objects and drawings selected by Alicia Legg, a reduced version of MoMA Exh. #902 September 23–November 30, 1969. Circulated to Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Düsseldorf, Germany; and London, England January–August 1970. Dispersed in 1970.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1810 Claes Oldenburg Box List 1969–70
I.A.1811 Claes Oldenburg Publicity

Excerpts of critical reviews.

I.A.1812 Claes Oldenburg Publicity: England

Press clippings.

I.A.1813 Claes Oldenburg Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1814* Claes Oldenburg Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1815 Claes Oldenburg Catalogue

London catalogue.

I.A.1816 Claes Oldenburg Work Folder

Shipping invoices, insurance claim, box list, special installation instructions, catalogue text, checklists, correspondence, press releases, lists of lenders, and letters sent to lenders.

Restricted material removed: Lender list.

1969–1970
I.A.1817 Claes Oldenburg Work Folder

Exhibition catalogue text, preliminary list of exhibition artwork, loan agreements, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1959, 1968–1970
I.A.1818 Claes Oldenburg Work Folder

Itinerary, invoices, lists of artwork for exhibition, list of loan requests, and correspondence.

1968–1972
I.A.1819 Claes Oldenburg Work Folder

Exhibition announcements, curatorial correspondence, and exhibition correspondence, with letter from Claes Oldenburg.

1968–1972
I.A.1820 Claes Oldenburg Work Folder

Publicity report, arrival notice, condition report, list of works in exhibition, invoice, and exhibition correspondence, with letter from Claes Oldenburg.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1969–1971
I.A.1821 Claes Oldenburg Box Lists 1969

ICE-F-119-68 Ellsworth Kelly

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1822 Ellsworth Kelly Work Folder

Curatorial and exhibition correspondence.

1967–1973

ICE-F-120-68 Jasper Johns: Lithographer

Thirty works selected by Virginia Allen. Circulated to Kassel,Germany for Documenta IV June 27–October 6, 1968; Humlebaek , Denmark; Basel, Switzerland; Llubjana and Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Prague, Czekoslovakia; Lódź, Poland; Bucharest, Romania: June 1968–September 1970. Shown simultaneously with Antonio Tàpies' Lithographs (organized by the Galerie Maeght and The Museum of Modern Art, Belgrade) in Lódź, Poland in 1970. Dispersed in 1971.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1823 Jasper Johns: Lithographer Itinerary and Checklist 1969–1970
I.A.1824 Jasper Johns: Lithographer Publicity: Basel

Press release and critical reviews.

I.A.1825 Jasper Johns: Lithographer Catalogues

Catalogues from Belgrade and Łódź.

I.A.1826 Jasper Johns: Lithographer Work Folder

Publicity report, condition reports, framing records, arrival notice, shipping records, delivery receipt, admission and insurance forms, loan agreement forms, loan amendment, loan receipts, checklist, and loan record sheets.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports and loan forms.

1968–1970
I.A.1827 Jasper Johns: Lithographer Work Folder

Itinerary, press release draft, box list, checklist, shipping records, publicity reports, arrival notices, and exhibition correspondence.

1968–1971, 1982
I.A.1828 Jasper Johns: Lithographer Work Folder

Photocopy of press reviews and correspondence.

1967–1972
I.A.1829 Jasper Johns: Lithographer Catalogues

Two exhibition catalogues, for exhibitions in Bucharest and Łódź.

1970
I.A.1830 Jasper Johns: Lithographer Work Folder

Draft of press release, black and white photographs, box list, and checklist.

1968
I.A.1831 Jasper Johns: Lithographer Lists and Memos, Correspondence, Imports and Exports

Checklist, correspondence, registrar form, invoices, shipping record, itinerary, arrival notice, bill of lading, box lists, and customs forms.

1968–1971

ICE-F-121-68 Word and Image

Seventy-three posters selected by Mildred Constantine adapted from Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection of the Museum of Modern Art 1879–1967 [MoMA Exh. #850, January 25–March 10, 1968]. Also circulated domestically as C/E 68-13 1968–70. A slightly modified version of this exhibition was shown at the Museo Universitario, Mexico City, during the Olympic Games July 4–August 10, 1968. Circulated to Prague, Czechoslovakia; Humlebaek Fredensborg Municipality), Denmark; Wilanowie, Poland; Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Parma, Italy; San Sebastian, Spain; and Lisbon, Portugal February 1971–January 1973. The show then circulated to Belo Horizonte, São Paulo, Pôrto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, Recife, Salvador, and Brasilia, Brazil: July 1973–February 1974. The exhibition returned to New York for refurbishing and then resumed a tour in Latin America circulating to Buenos Aires and Santa Fe, Argentina; Montevideo, Uruguay; Lima, Peru; Cali, Medellin, Pereira, and Bogotá, Colombia; and Caracas and Maracaibo, Venezuela: May 1974–October 1975. Dispersed in 1976.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1832 Word and Image Itinerary and Checklists 1971–1975
I.A.1833 Word and Image Publicity: Brazil

Publicity reports, condition and shipping reports, posters, and invitations.

Restricted material removed: Condition records.

I.A.1834 Word and Image Publicity: Brazil

Excerpts of critical reviews and press clippings.

I.A.1835 Word and Image Publicity: Latin America

Press releases in English and Spanish, publicity reports, correspondence, posters, and invitations.

I.A.1836 Word and Image Publicity: Latin America

Excerpts of critical reviews and press clippings.

I.A.1837 Word and Image Photographs

Fifty-eight photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1838 Word and Image Photographs

Two installation and event photographs from Parma, two from Belgrade, one from San Sebastian, twelve from Belo Horizonte with slide identification checklist, four from Caracas, six from Maracaibo, five from Buenos Aires, and six from Pereira.

I.A.1839 Word and Image Catalogues for Europe

Catalogue for Prague, Humlebaek, Warsaw, Belgrade, and San Sebastian.

I.A.1840 Word and Image Catalogues for South America

Catalogue for Mexico City, USIS publication for Brazilian tour, and MoMA catalogue for Latin American tour outside Brazil.

I.A.1841 Word and Image Work Folder

Itineraries, draft of exhibition text, loan amendment forms, memoranda, exhibition description, checklist, box lists, packing instructions, press release draft, exhibition text and catalogue in Spanish and English, and refurbishing receipt.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1970–1980
I.A.1842 Word and Image Latin America: Work Folder

Itineraries, offering letters, shipping record, arrival notice, condition report, publicity report, checklist, receipts, curatorial correspondence, and correspodence regarding exhibitions and catalogues.

1970–1977
I.A.1843 Word and Image Latin America: Work Folder

USIS report, receipt, shipping records, arrival notices, publicity reports, blank condition reports, checklist, and curatorial correspondence.

1970–1974
I.A.1844 Word and Image Latin America: Work Folder

Itinerary, attendance figures, invoices, arrival notices, shipping records, curatorial correspondence, publicity reports, blank condition report, checklist, and exhibition correspondence.

1974–1980
I.A.1845 Word and Image Latin America: Work Folder

Blank condition report, checklist, arrival notice, shipping record, publicity report, curatorial correspondence, receipts, and exhibition correspondence.

1973–1976
I.A.1846 Word and Image Work Folder

Publicity report, press release, list of prints ordered, shipping receipts, curatorial correspondence, exhibition notes, and correspondence.

1968–1969
I.A.1847 Word and Image Work Folder

Box list, checklists, USIA correspondence, wall label text, and floor plans.

1968–1969
I.A.1848 Word and Image Work Folder

Invitation, memoranda, itinerary, list of published catalogues, catalogue introduction text, publicity report, press release, shipping receipts, correspondence regarding preliminary negotiations, customs forms, and exhibition correspondence.

1968–1976
I.A.1849 Word and Image Europe: Work Folder

Publicity reports, shipping records, arrival notices, condition reports, checklists, box list, packing instructions, press release draft, and exhibition text.

1970–1972
I.A.1850 Word and Image Europe: Work Folder

Checklists, exhibition correspondence, loan agreements and amendment, receipt, curatorial correspondence, itinerary, exhibition description, preparation schedule, publicity report, and arrival notice.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1969–1975
I.A.1851 Word and Image Europe: Work Folder

Shipping records, arrival notices, condition reports, publicity reports, checklist, and exhibition correspondence.

1969–1973
I.A.1852 Word and Image Catalogue

Exhibition catalogue for exhibition in Lisbon.

1973
I.A.1853 Word and Image Catalogues

Six exhibition catalogues for exhibitions in Brazil, Warsaw, Belgrade, Prague, San Sebastian, and Latin America.

1971–1976
I.A.1854 Word and Image Catalogues

Exhibition catalogue for exhibition in Parma.

1971
I.A.1855 Word and Image Work Folder

Exhibition summary, proposed itinerary, draft of exhibition letter, exhibition descriptions in Spanish and English, draft of press release, unpacking and packing instructions, descriptive sheet, artwork list in Spanish, box lists, and checklists.

1970–1974
I.A.1856 Word and Image Lists

Itinerary, box lists, unpacking and packing instructions, and checklist.

1970–1974
I.A.1857 Word and Image Memos

Memoranda, preparation schedule, notes, checklist, registrar form, and handwritten box list.

1968–1976
I.A.1858 Word and Image Correspondence

Correspondence, invoices, bills of lading, box list, and shipping records.

1968–1975
I.A.1859 Word and Image Imports and Exports

Correspondence, shipping invoices, customs forms, registrar forms, consular forms, shipping record, box lists, and bills of lading.

1968–1977
I.A.1860 Word and Image Loans

Loan agreements and checklist.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1968

ICE-F-122-68 Jim Dine Designs for A Midsummer Night's Dream and the Picture of Dorian Gray

Fifty drawings selected by Virginia Allen adapted from MoMA Exh. #839 August 8–September 24, 1967 and circulated domestically as C/E 67-11 1967–69. Shown in Munich, Nuremberg, and Hanover, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; Copenhagen, Denmark; and Berlin, Germany October 1969–October 1970. Dispersed in 1970.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1861 Jim Dine Designs for a Midsummer Night's Dream and the Picture of Dorian Gray Itinerary and Checklist 1969–1970
I.A.1862 Jim Dine Designs for a Midsummer Night's Dream and the Picture of Dorian Gray Publicity

Press clippings and installation photogaphs from Berlin.

I.A.1863 Jim Dine Designs for a Midsummer Night's Dream and the Picture of Dorian Gray Work Folder

Itinerary, publicity report, condition reports, arrival notices, shipping records, and exhibition correspondence.

1969–1971
I.A.1864 Jim Dine Designs for a Midsummer Night's Dream and the Picture of Dorian Gray Work Folder

Blank condition report, arrival notice, publicity report, telegrams, and exhibition correspondence.

1968–1971
I.A.1865 Jim Dine Designs for a Midsummer Night's Dream and the Picture of Dorian Gray Correspondence

Curatorial and exhibition correspondence.

1968–1970
I.A.1866 Jim Dine Designs for a Midsummer Night's Dream and the Picture of Dorian Gray Work Folder

Shipping invoices, Jim Dine biography, checklists, curatorial correspondence, condition reports, insurance certificate and values, catalogue introduction text, and correspondence regarding offers and exhibition.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1967–1971
I.A.1867 Jim Dine Designs for a Midsummer Night's Dream and the Picture of Dorian Gray Catalogues

Four exhibition catalogues from exhibitions in Munich, Hannover, Berlin, and Brussels, as well as an exhibition catalogue for Jim Dine's Etchings in Caracas, in 1979.

1969–1970, 1979
I.A.1868 Jim Dine Designs for a Midsummer Night's Dream and the Picture of Dorian Gray Box List undated
I.A.1869 Jim Dine Designs for a Midsummer Night's Dream and the Picture of Dorian Gray Work Folder

Checklist, box list, box list summary, exhibition description and posters, chronology, draft of press release, black and white photographs, and staff photograph requisition forms.

1970
I.A.1870 Jim Dine Designs for a Midsummer Night's Dream and the Picture of Dorian Gray Memos, Lists, Correspondence, Exports, Imports

Lists of artwork, correspondence, checklists, unpacking and packing instructions, registrar forms, itinerary, preparation deadlines, bill of lading, insurance certificate, invoices, air waybills, box lists, customs form, and shipping record.

1967–1971
I.A.1871 Jim Dine Designs for a Midsummer Night's Dream and the Picture of Dorian Gray Loan Forms

Loan agreements, delivery receipts, checklist, loan amendment forms, and lists of artwork.

Entire folder restricted.

1967–1969

ICE-F-123-68 Indian Art of the U.S.A.

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1872 Indian Art of the United States Correspondence

Preliminary negotiation correspondence.

1968

ICE-F-124-68 Tony Smith

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1873 Tony Smith: Work Folder Correspondence

Exhibition correspondence and memoranda.

Restricted material removed: Condition and damage correspondence.

1969

ICE-F-125-68 Dorothea Lange

Seventy-five photographs dating 1920–1965 selected by John Szarkowski. Adapted from MoMA Exh. #789 January 26–April 10, 1966. Also circulated domestically as C/E 65-19 1968–70. Shown in Brussels, Belgium; Berlin, Munich, and Hamburg, Germany; Nice, Ruffec, Le Creusot, and Paris, France; Parma, Italy; and Dornbirn and Vienna, Austria March 1971–December 1972. Dispersed in 1973.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1874 Dorothea Lange Itinerary and Checklist

With invitation, press clipping, and two installation photographs from Paris.

1971–1972
I.A.1875 Dorothea Lange Work Folder

Shipping records, invoice, arrival notices, checklists, publicity reports, blank condition reports, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1973
I.A.1876 Dorothea Lange Work Folder

Shipping record, arrival notice, publicity report, blank condition report, checklist, list of photographs, and exhibition corresondence.

1969–1972
I.A.1877* Dorothea Lange Exhibition

Exhibition poster.

1971
I.A.1878 Dorothea Lange Work Folder

Itinerary, descriptive sheet, checklist, box list, press release draft, prep schedule, wall label text, installation instructions, loan agreements, curatorial correspondence, invoices, shipping records, publicity report, condition report, arrival notice, and exhibition correspondence.

1969–1973
I.A.1879 Dorothea Lange Work Folder

Shipping records, arrival notices, blank condition reports, checklists, publicity reports, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1973
I.A.1880 Dorothea Lange Catalogue

Exhibition catalogue for exhibition in Parma.

1972
I.A.1881 Dorothea Lange Work Folder

Black and white photographs, introductory wall label text, installation information, descriptive sheet, draft of press release, box list, and checklist.

1966–1971

ICE-F-126-68 New Photography U.S.A.

Copy one shown in Europe. 110 photographs by eleven artists selected by John Szarkowski. Circulated to Copenhagen, Denmark; Berlin, Hamburg, Lübeck, Munich, Germany; Bucharest, Romania; Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Prague, Czechoslovakia; Paris, France; Parma, Italy; Brussels, Belgium; London, Sheffield, and Cambridge, England; and Warsaw, Lód, Bydgoszcz, and Krakow, Poland March 1970–March 1973. Dispersed in 1973. Second version circulated as ICE-F-142-70.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1882 New Photography U.S.A Itinerary and Checklist 1970–1973
I.A.1883 New Photography U.S.A Publicity

Press release, publicity reports, invitations, posters, and excerpts of critical reviews.

I.A.1884 New Photography U.S.A Publicity

Press clippings for Europe.

I.A.1885 New Photography U.S.A Photographs

Three installation photographs from Brussels, eight from Cambridge, one from London, and eight from Warsaw.

I.A.1886 New Photography U.S.A Catalogues and Printed Matter

Catalogues for Warsaw and copy of Fotografia 6, no. 240: 135-138, 1973.

I.A.1887 New Photography, U.S.A. Copy I (Europe) Photographs: Volume 1 of 2

Artist biographies and black and white photographs of artwork.

undated
I.A.1888 New Photography, U.S.A. Copy I (Europe) Photographs: Volume 1 of 2

Artist biographies and black and white photographs of artwork.

undated
I.A.1889 New Photography, U.S.A. Copy I (Europe) Photographs: Volume 2 of 2

Artist biographies and black and white photographs of artwork.

undated
I.A.1890 New Photography, U.S.A. Copy I (Europe) Photographs: Volume 2 of 2

Artist biographies and black and white photographs of artwork.

undated
I.A.1891 New Photography U.S.A.

Exhibition catalogues for Warsaw, Bucharest, London, Paris, and Parma.

1972
I.A.1892 New Photography U.S.A., Copy I Europe: Work Folder

Packing instructions and box list.

undated
I.A.1893 New Photography U.S.A., Copy I Europe: Work Folder

Itineraries, list of photographers, descriptive sheet, wall label text, air freight invoices, condition report, curatorial correspondence, exhibition correspondence, checklist, box lists, loan amendment form, insurance certificate, photographer biographies, and offer letters.

Restricted material removed: Condition report and loan form.

1969–1973
I.A.1894 New Photography U.S.A., Copy I Europe: Work Folder

Offer letters, publicity reports, arrival notices, shipping records, checklist, and exhibition correspondence.

1969–1973
I.A.1895 New Photography U.S.A., Copy I Europe: Work Folder

Checklists, arrival notices, publicity report, shipping record, and exhibition correspondence.

1969–1972
I.A.1896 New Photography U.S.A., Copy I Europe: Work Folder

Condition report, publicity report, shipping record, arrival notice, checklist, and exhibition correspondence and memoranda.

1969–1974
I.A.1897 New Photography U.S.A., Copy I Europe: Work Folder

Publicity reports, arrival notices, condition forms, shipping records, box list, and exhibition correspondence and memoranda.

1969–1974
I.A.1898 New Photography U.S.A., Copy I Europe: Work Folder

Publicity reports, shipping record, condition forms, arrival notices, and exhibition correspondence and memoranda.

1969–1971
I.A.1899 New Photography U.S.A. Work Folder

Checklists, box lists, descriptive sheet, draft of press release, photocopy of article, photographer biographies and addresses, and wall label text.

1969–1971
I.A.1900 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 1 Memos, Lists, Imports, Exports, Correspondence

Exhibition catalogue, box lists, unpacking and packing instructions, checklists, lists of loans, registrar forms, correspondence, descriptive sheet, list of frame conditions, shipping invoices, bills of lading, customs forms, and air waybill.

1969–1974

ICE-F-142-70 New Photography U.S.A.

Second version shown in Latin America, Australia and New Zealand. 110 photographs by eleven artists selected by John Szarkowski. Circulated to Montevideo, Uruguay; São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Goiania, Salvador, and Recife, Brazil; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Caracas, Venezuela; Bogotá and Cali, Colombia; San José, Cartago and Puntarenas, Costa Rica; Panama City, Panama; San Salvador, El Salvador; Guatemala City, Guatemala; and Auckland, New Plymouth, Palmerston North, and Hamilton, New Zealand December 1969–January 1974. Dispersed in 1974.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1901 New Photography U.S.A Itinerary
I.A.1902 New Photography U.S.A Publicity

Press releases in English and Spanish, publicity reports, invitations, and posters.

I.A.1903 New Photography U.S.A Publicity

Excerpts of critical reviews and press clippings from Latin America, excluding Brazil.

I.A.1904 New Photography U.S.A Publicity

Excerpts of critical reviews and press clippings for Brazil.

I.A.1905 New Photography U.S.A Photographs

Three installation and event prints from Rio, two from Recife, four from São Paulo, seven from San Salvador, seven from Buenos Aires, one from Guatemala City, and five from San José, nine from Hamilton, and seven from New Plymouth.

I.A.1906 New Photography U.S.A Catalogue

San José catalogue and brochure from Rio de Janeiro.

I.A.1907 New Photography U.S.A. Costa Rica

Exhibition catalogue.

1971
I.A.1908 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 2 Work Folder

Press clipping, descriptive sheet, checklists, box list, press release draft, itineraries, offer letters, invoices, shipping record, publicity report, arrival notice, and correspondence.

1969–1974
I.A.1909 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 2 Work Folder

Arrival notice, condition report, publicity reports, press clipping, photographs showing damage, damage report, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition photographs and damage report.

1970–1974
I.A.1910 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 2 Work Folder

Manawatu Art Gallery bulletin, weekend workshop pamphlet, and a photocopy of a press clipping.

1973
I.A.1911 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 2 Work Folder

USIS invoices, arrival notices, publicity reports, shipping records, checklist, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1973
I.A.1912 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 2 Work Folder

Arrival notices, invoices, publicity reports, shipping record, and exhibition correspondence.

1969–1972
I.A.1913 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 2 Work Folder

Release invoices, memoranda, condition report, curatorial correspondence, box list, checklist, loan amendments, delivery receipts, loan receipts, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and condition report.

1969–1978
I.A.1914 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 2 Work Folder

Loan amendments, invoices, offer letters, itinerary, memoranda, list of deadlines, checklists, box list, press release draft, wall label test, descriptive sheet, artist biographies, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Loan amendments.

1968–1978
I.A.1915 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 2 Catalogues

Five exhibition catalogues and one photocopy of an exhibition catalogue for exhibitions in Costa Rica, Caracas, Panama City, and Auckland.

1971–1973, 1979
I.A.1916 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 2 Memos and Lists

Registrar forms, memoranda, list of artwork, checklists, framing instructions/record sheets, project order, unpacking and packing instructions, and box lists.

1969–1978
I.A.1917 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 2 Correspondence

Correspondence, arrival notice, registrar forms, insurance form, and receipts.

1969–1978
I.A.1918 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 2 Imports and Exports

Shipping invoices, customs forms, shipping record, correspondence, air waybills, box lists, consular forms, and checklist.

1969–1974
I.A.1919 New Photography U.S.A. Copy 2 Expenses, Insurance, Releases

Invoices, bills of lading, transportation orders, project orders, petty cash vouchers, insurance report forms, correspondence, and registrar's records.

1975–1978

ICE-F-127-68 The Architecture of Museums

International tour planned for MoMA Exh. #867, September 25–November 11, 1968.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1920 The Architecture of Museums Work Folder

Correspondence.

1968–1970
I.A.1921 The Architecture of Museums Descriptive Sheet

Descriptive sheet for exhibition.

undated

ICE-F-128-68 New Media: New Methods

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1922 New Media: New Methods Work Folder

Transportation orders, curatorial correspondence, and exhibition correspondence.

1969–1971

ICE-F-130-68 Cartier-Bresson: Recent Photographs

151 photographs selected by John Szarkowski; adapted from MoMA Exh. #861 June 25–September 2, 1968. Also circulated domestically as C/E 63-17 1963-66. Shown in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; São Paulo, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte, Brazil; and Buenos Aires, Argentina: February 1970–August 1971. Dispersed in 1971.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1923 Cartier-Bresson: Recent Photographs Itinerary and Publicity

Press release, press kit, publicity reports, correspondence, poster, and excerpts of critical reviews.

1970–1971
I.A.1924 Cartier-Bresson: Recent Photographs Publicity

Press clippings for Brazil show only.

I.A.1925 Cartier-Bresson: Recent Photographs Publicity

Press clippings for Argentina and other countries in which exhibition did not circulate.

I.A.1926 Cartier-Bresson: Recent Photographs Photographs

Twelve installation prints for Rio de Janeiro and thirteen prints for Belo Horizonte, along with catalogue for Puerto Rico.

I.A.1927 Cartier-Bresson: Recent Photographs Work Folder

Arrival notices, blank condition reports, publicity reports, invoices, shipping records, and correspondence.

1969–1972
I.A.1928 Cartier-Bresson: Recent Photographs Work Folder

Itinerary, descriptive sheet, checklist, box lists, press release draft, installation instructions, text for wall label, title panel translations in Portuguese and Spanish, staff photograph requisition forms, photocopies of photographs, loan amendment forms, and correspondence.

1968–1972
I.A.1929 Cartier-Bresson: Recent Photographs Catalogues

Exhibition catalogues for exhibitions in Puerto Rico, Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina.

1970–1971, 1974
I.A.1930 Cartier-Bresson: Recent Photographs Work Folder

Installation instructions, descriptive sheet, checklists, and box list.

1970–1971

ICE-F-131-68 Brassaï

Retrospective of seventy-one photos from 1932–1958, selected by John Szarkowski and adapted from MoMA Exh. #873 October 29, 1968–January 5, 1969. Circulated to Melbourne and Sydney, Australia; Auckland, Wellington, and New Plymouth, New Zealand; Caracas and Maracaibo, Venezuela; Cali, Bogotá, and Medellin, Colombia; Lima, Peru; and São Paulo, Brasilia, and Salvador, Brazil February 1971–June 1974. Dispersed in 1974.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1931 Brassaï Itinerary and Publicity

Press releases and press kits, publicity reports, blank condition reports, invitations and posters, and excerpts of critical reviews.

1971–1972
I.A.1932 Brassaï Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1933* Brassaï Publicity kit
I.A.1934 Brassaï Photographs

Four installation prints and six slides from Medellin, four prints for São Paulo, four prints for Maracaibo, five prints for Caracas, three prints for Melbourne, and ten prints for Auckland.

I.A.1935 Brassaï Catalogues

Catalogues for Medellin and Auckland.

I.A.1936 Brassaï Catalogues

Four exhibition catalogues for exhibitions in New York, Colombia, and New Zealand.

1968–1973
I.A.1937 Brassaï Work Folder

Itinerary, preparation schedule, descriptive sheet, curatorial correspondence, press release draft, loan amendments, publicity reports, shipping records, arrival notices, blank condition reports, shipping invoices, bill of lading, invitation, and correspondence.

1969–1973
I.A.1938 Brassaï Work Folder

Condition reports, checklists, arrival notices, shipping record, consular form, invitation, exhibition announcement, publicity report, letters signed by Brassaï, itinerary, box list, checklist, list of loans, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1970–1975
I.A.1939 Brassaï Work Folder

Itinerary, descriptive sheet, box list, press release draft, wall label text in English and Spanish, offer letters, arrival notices, publicity reports, blank condition report, shipping record, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1975
I.A.1940 Brassaï Work Folder

Publicity reports, shipping records, checklist, invoices, consular forms, and an air waybill.

1970–1975
I.A.1941 Brassaï Work Folder

Drafts of press release, checklist, text for wall label in English and Spanish, box lists, and black and white photographs.

1970–1971

ICE-F-132-68 The American Experimental Film

Copy one for Europe. A 100-minute program of American independent or "underground" films shown over a six-month period in fourteen European countries, selected by Larry Kardish, Department of Films, MoMA. Circulated to London and Brighton, England; Paris, France; Rome, Italy; Brussels, Belgium; Stockholm, Sweden; Copenhagen, Denmark; Bonn and East Berlin, Germany; Prague, Czechoslovakia; and Vienna, Austria; February–June, 1970. Dispersed in 1970.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1942 The American Experimental Film Master File

Press release, contents of reels, postcards, curatorial correspondence, proposed exhibition report, and exhibition correspondence.

1968–1969
I.A.1943 The American Experimental Film Master File

Correspondence with film makers, invoices, and curatorial correspondence with screening organizations.

1969

ICE-F-133-69 Twentieth Century Industrial Design

434 objects selected by Arthur Drexler and Stewart Johnson and donated by the International Council to the Centro das Industrias do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil for permanent display at the Nucleo de Desenho Industrial Exhibition that opened November 29, 1979.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1944 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Itinerary and Publicity

MoMA International Council press kit, press report, correspondence, description of the Nucleo de Desenho Industrial program, invitations and posters, and excerpts of critical reviews and press clippings.

1978
I.A.1945 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Photographs

100 photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.1946 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Photographs

Twelve installation and event photographs from São Paulo.

I.A.1947 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Catalogue

Catalogue for São Paulo.

I.A.1948 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Work Folder

Shipping invoices, checklists, lists of photographs to be taken, lists of artwork in exhibition, lists of films, exhibition contract, and exhibition correspondence.

1974–1986
I.A.1949 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Shipping and Correspondence

Invoices, shipping insurance claim, correspondence, and notes.

1969–1979
I.A.1950 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Work Folder

Catalogue text, checklists, invoices, receipts, notes, and exhibition correspondence.

1988
I.A.1951 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Work Folder

Exhibition contracts in English and Spanish, project proposal, preliminary budget, Latin American Design Exhibition report, and exhibition correspondence.

1972–1988
I.A.1952 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Work Folder

Preliminary budget, list of corporations, preliminary findings report, curatorial correspondence, exhibition proposal, and photocopied press clippings.

1971
I.A.1953 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Catalogue

Exhibition catalogue for São Paulo exhibition.

1979
I.A.1954 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Work Folder

Manufacturer's list, thank you letters, catalogue text, notes, shipping invoices, exhibition contracts, report to trustees, curatorial correspondence, preliminary findings report, and exhibition correspondence.

1976–1982
I.A.1955 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Work Folder

Project description, tentative itinerary, project schedule, press release, exhibition contract, letter of intention, correspondence, and lists of possible donors.

1970–1977
I.A.1956 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Work Folder

Lists of possible donors, project proposal text, pamphlets for The Council for Latin America, exhibition budgets, distribution ledger, and correspondence.

1969–1975
I.A.1957 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Catalogue Text

Drafts of catalogue text, photocopies of press clippings, and checklist.

1971
I.A.1958 "Twentieth Century Industrial Design-Individual Lists, Priority Etc. 2/1/1972"

Correspondence seeking financial support for the exhibition.

1969–1972
I.A.1959 "Twentieth Century Industrial Design-Latin America"

Exhibition descriptions and objectives, budget, fundraising materials, brochure drafts, and other items. Also includes transcript of speech given by United Nations Secretary General Kurt Waldheim at the 1979 fall Council meeting.

1971–1979
I.A.1960 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Work Folder

Checklist, lists of industrial design artwork, receipts, shipping invoices, and box list consisting of drawn images.

1978
I.A.1961 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Imports

Shipping invoices, correspondence, bills of lading, registrar forms, customs forms, arrival notices, air waybills, purchase orders, and insurance policy.

1970–1975
I.A.1962 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Exports

Checklists, invoices, correspondence, and notes.

1978
I.A.1963 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Lists

Correspondence, checklists, list of photographs, illustrated box lists, notes, and values lists.

1978
I.A.1964 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Lists

Box lists, weight lists, value list, and lists of manufacturers.

1978
I.A.1965 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Expenses and Releases

Transportation order, shipping invoices, bills of lading, correspondence, storage contract, and registrar records.

1973–1980
I.A.1966 Twentieth Century Industrial Design Memos and Correspondence

Correspondence, invoice, box list, registrar forms, notes, and design information worksheet.

1969–1979

ICE-F-134-69 Tamarind Impressions

100 lithographs from the Tamarind Workshop, Los Angeles, California, selected by Virginia Allen. Adapted from MoMA Exh. #890 April 29–September 1, 1969. Circulated to Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, São Paulo and Pôrto Alegre, Brazil; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Montevideo, Uruguay; Santiago, Chile; Lima, Peru; Quito, Ecuador; Panama City, Panama; San Salvador, El Salvador; Guatemala City, Guatemala; San Pedro Sula, Honduras; Mexico City, Mexico; New Plymouth, Gisborne, Palmerston North, Hamilton, Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin, and Christchurch, New Zealand; and Sydney, Newcastle, Hobart, Launceston, Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Canberra, Australia February 1970–December 1975. Dispersed in 1976.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1967 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Itinerary and Checklists 1970–1975
I.A.1968 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography: Publicity

Press releases in Spanish, publicity reports, inauguration speeches for Quito, Ecuador in English and Spanish, invitations, and excerpts of critical reviews.

I.A.1969 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1970 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1971 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Photographs

Publication cover for Australian tour, two installation and event prints from Pôrto Alegre, seven prints from Rio de Janeiro, six prints from Panama City, eight prints from San Salvador, three prints and two color negatives from San Pedro Sula, seven prints from Quito, print from Buenos Aires, five prints from Mexico, six prints from Newcastle, eight prints from Brisbane, five prints from Hobart, seven prints from Hamilton, eight prints from New Plymouth, two prints from Adelaide, and two prints from Christchurch.

I.A.1972 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Artists' Biographies
I.A.1973 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography: Tamarind Manuals

Conservation instructions for lithography.

I.A.1974 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Catalogue

Catalogue from Brazil, along with brochures from San Pedro Sula, Newcastle, Palmerston North, and Christchurch.

I.A.1975 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Australian Tour: Work Folder

Itinerary, arrival notices, publicity reports, shipping records, condition reports, checklists, photograph, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition and damage documents.

1974–1976
I.A.1976 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Australian Tour: Work Folder

Publicity reports, shipping records, arrival notices, box lists, condition reports, itinerary, checklists, invoice, and exhibition correspondence.

1973–1974
I.A.1977 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Work Folder

Press clipping, invoice, arrival notices, publicity reports, shipping records, condition reports, and exhibition correspondence.

1969–1971
I.A.1978 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Work Folder

Invoice, arrival notices, publicity reports, shipping records, condition reports, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1973
I.A.1979 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Work Folder

Framing instructions, checklists, box lists, curatorial correspondence, itineraries, descriptive sheet, and packing instructions.

1969–1975
I.A.1980 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Work Folder

Wall label text, press release draft, shipping invoices, catalogue text written by Virginia Allen in English, Portuguese, and Spanish, along with loan amendment forms, loan receipt, and correspondence.

1969–1973
I.A.1981 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Work Folder

Arrival notices, condition reports, publicity reports, shipping records, telegrams, curatorial correspondence, shipping invoices, customs form, press clipping, damage reports, framing instructions, and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Damage and condition reports.

1969–1973
I.A.1982 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Catalogues

Four exhibition catalogues for exhibitions in Quito, Mexico, and New Zealand.

1971–1974
I.A.1983 Tamarind: Homage to Lithography Work Folder

Unpacking and packing instructions, drafts of press release, descriptive sheet, checklist, and box lists.

1973
I.A.1984 Tamarind Impressions Correspondence

Invoices, correspondence, shipping records, arrival notice, blank condition report, insurance certificate, air waybill, and bills of lading.

1969–1977
I.A.1985 Tamarind Impressions Memos

Memoranda, preparation schedule, registrar form, checklist, notes, advance information, current exhibitions listing, exhibition text, and list of artwork.

1969–1978
I.A.1986 Tamarind Impressions Import/Export

Bill of lading, box lists, checklist, correspondence, shipping invoices, customs form, and registrar form.

1969–1975
I.A.1987 Tamarind Impressions Lists

Itinerary, box lists, unpacking and packing instructions, and checklists.

1969–1973

ICE-F-135-69 Twelve New York Artists

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1988 Twelve New York Artists Work Folder

Exhibition notes, checklists, budget estimate, lists of artists, lists of works to be checked for condition, and exhibition correspondence.

1969–1970
I.A.1989 Painting and Sculpture U.S.A. (Canceled)

Correspondence for an exhibition given the number ICE-F-135-69 that was later used for the exhibition Twelve New York Artists.

1969–1970

ICE-F-136-69 Information

Works and related events by 150 artists from 15 countries, selected by Kynaston McShine; adapted from MoMA Exh. #934 July 2–September 20, 1970. The International Council which assisted in coordinating the exhibition and supported the film section. The tour of this exhibition was canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1990 Information: Checklist

Also includes press release and press clippings.

1970
I.A.1991 International Painting and Sculpture Exhibition (Canceled)

One memorandum for the exhibition here given the number ICE-F-136-69 later used for the exhibition Information.

1969
I.A.1992 Information Work Folder

Checklists, memoranda, exhibition description, general correspondence, notes, press release, advance fact sheet, and curatorial correspondence.

1969–1971
I.A.1993 International Painting and Sculpture Exhibition (Canceled)

Correspondence for exhibition here given the number ICE-F-138-69 (later used for the exhibition Modern American Sculpture.

1969–1970

ICE-F-137-69 African Textiles and Decorative Arts

250 examples of textiles and jewelry from twenty-six African countries selected by Roy Sieber, with the assistance of Arthur Drexler and Katharine White Reswick (an International Council member). Adapted from MoMA Exh. #1012c, October 11, 1972–January 31, 1973. Circulated to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art March 30–May 31, 1973; the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco July 2–August 31, 1973; and the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland October 2–December 2, 1973. Likely dispersed in 1973.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1994 African Textiles and Decorative Arts Itinerary and Publicity

Also includes press releases and brochures for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

1972–1973
I.A.1995 African Textiles and Decorative Arts Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1996 African Textiles and Decorative Arts Publicity

Press clippings.

I.A.1997 African Textiles and Decorative Arts Work Folder

Press releases, wall label text, advance fact sheet, Reswick article, memoranda, project grant application, black and white photograph, proposed schedules, checklists, exhibition proposal, suggested proposal letter, and exhibition correspondence.

1969–1974

ICE-F-138-69 Modern American Sculpture

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1998 Modern American Sculpture Work Folder

Itinerary, exhibition notes, correspondence with John D. Rockefeller, budget estimates, preliminary budget, memoranda, black and white photographs, and correspondence.

1968–1972

ICE-F-139-69 The Classic American Film

An anthology of American films produced in the U.S., mostly from the era of the silent film, selected by Donald Ritchie. The known tour history of this exhibition in its various forms is incomplete and should be substantiated.

Originally the exhibition circulated to Tokyo, Osaka, Kobe, and Kyoto, Japan; Colombo and Kandy, Sri Lanka; Delhi, Bombay, and Calcutta, India; Tehran, Iran; Istanbul and Ankara, Turkey; Tel Aviv, Israel; Nicosia, Cyprus; Beirut, Lebanon; Athens and Salonika, Greece; Madras, India; Bangkok, Thailand; Singapore City, Singapore; Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Bucharest, Romania; Budapest, Hungary; Warsaw, Poland; Oslo, Norway; Copenhagen, Denmark; East Berlin, East Germany; Helsinki, Finland; West Berlin, West Germany; Stockholm, Sweden; Budapest, Hungary; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Toulouse, France; Brussels, Belgium; Tehran, Iran; Montreal, Quebec; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Montevideo, Uruguay; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and Lima, Peru May 1970–October 1975.

Possibly as American Silent Film it circulated to Bogotá, Colombia; Caracas, Venezuela, and Panama City, Panama. It was lost in Panama February 1977 recovered in 1979 November and then shown in shown in Panama City, Panama and Mexico City, Mexico November 1979–June 1980.

As D. W. Griffith Centennial Retrospective a form of the exhibition circulated to Brussels, Belgium; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Vienna, Austria; Oslo, Norway; East Berlin, East Germany; Warsaw, Poland; Moscow, U.S.S.R.; Bucharest, Romania; Prague, Czechoslovakia; Sofia and Plovdiv, Bulgaria; and Budapest, Hungary October 1976–May 1979.

A section was removed for showing in conjunction with ICE-F-183-78 American Art from the Museum of Modern Art, a MoMA fiftieth anniversary celebration exhibition including 16 film programs selected by Eileen Bowser. This circulated to Berne, Switzerland; Cologne, Germany; Budapest, Hungary; Madrid, Spain; Vienna, Austria; and Tel Aviv, Israel February 1979–April 1980, and continued circulating without ICE-F-183-78 to Jerusalem, Israel; Helsinki, Finland; Lisbon, Portugal; and Tokyo, Japan April 1979–July 1982 and then returned to New York. Later it circulated to Paris, France, under the auspices of the Cinémathèque Universitaire, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (for International Symposium on D.W. Griffith) and the Musée d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou December 1982–February 1983.

Also circulated as ICE-F-191-79.

Folder Title Date
I.A.1999 The Classic American Film Itineraries and Checklist 1970–1975
I.A.2000 The Classic American Film Publicity

Correspondence, memoranda, invitation and poster, press clippings, and excerpts of critical reviews.

I.A.2001 The Classic American Film Photographs

Five installation photographs from Paris and five brochures from Madrid.

I.A.2002 The Classic American Film Work Folder

Itineraries, curatorial correspondence, film schedule, press clippings and press release in Spanish, along with programs, film notes, correspondence, and memoranda.

1969–1981

ICE-F-191-79 D.W. Griffith Films

A version of ICE-F-139-69, 16 mm prints selected by Eileen Bowser assembled for the permanent collections of three Latin American film archives: São Paulo, Brazil; Buenos Aires, Argentina; and Montevideo, Uruguay June 1980.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2003 D. W. Griffith Films Itinerary and Publicity

Includes correspondence and program brochure for Montevideo.

I.A.2004 D.W. Griffith Films Correspondence 1

Correspondence and memoranda.

1978–1983
I.A.2005 D.W. Griffith Films Correspondence 2

Correspondence, memoranda, copies of press clippings, and brochure.

1980–1981

ICE-F-140-69 Bill Brandt

125 photographs selected by John Szarkowski adapted from MoMA Exh. #901b September 15–November 30, 1969, and circulated domestically as C/E R-21 1970–1971. Shown in Auckland, New Plymouth, and Palmerston North, New Zealand; Adelaide, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, Newcastle, Melbourne, Canberra, and Hobart, Australia: May 1972–December 1973. Dispersed in 1974.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2006 Bill Brandt Itinerary and Publicity

Also includes press releases, John Szarkowski introduction to the Members' Newsletter, Fall 1969, along with publicity reports, invitations, and posters.

1972–1973
I.A.2007 Bill Brandt Publicity

Press clippings from Australia and New Zealand.

I.A.2008 Bill Brandt Publicity

Press clippings from England.

I.A.2009 Bill Brandt: Photographs

One photograph of work in exhibition.

I.A.2010 Bill Brandt Photographs

Eight installation photographs from Auckland, eight from New Plymouth, five from Palmerston, five from Newcastle, seven from Melbourne, six from Canberra, and five from Hobart.

I.A.2011 Bill Brandt: Photographs

Twenty-three color installation prints from Melbourne.

I.A.2012 Bill Brandt Work Folder

Publicity reports, shipping records, arrival notices, checklists, transit inventory report, and exhibition correspondence.

1971–1973
I.A.2013 Bill Brandt Work Folder

Arrival notices, checklists, shipping records, publicity reports, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1974
I.A.2014 Bill Brandt Work Folder

Descriptive sheet, wall label text, press release, checklist, itinerary, curatorial correspondence, memoranda, box list, correspondence with Bill Brandt, loan amendments, and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1969–1975
I.A.2015 Bill Brandt Work Folder

Draft of press release, box list, checklist, and two descriptive sheets.

1971–1972
I.A.2016 Bill Brandt Payment

Correspondence and itinerary.

1975

ICE-F-141-69 British Sculpture

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2017 British Sculpture Work Folder

Exhibition correspondence and memoranda.

1969–1970

ICE-F-147-70 George Grosz: Watercolors and Drawings

Forty-eight works selected by Eila Kokkinen. Circulated to the Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek, Denmark, October 17–November 22, 1970; Kunsthalle, Düsseldorf, West Germany, January 15–February 7, 1971; Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels, Belgium, February 16–March 14, 1971; Istituto de Storia dell'Arte-Univ of Parma, Parma, Italy, April 22–May 9, 1971; Staatliche Museen Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin, May 21–June 27, 1971; and Staatliche Graphische Sammlung, Munich, West Germany, July 16–Septemer 12, 1971. Dispersed 1971.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2018 George Grosz: Watercolors and Drawings Work Folder

Descriptive sheet, preparation schedule, itinerary, press release draft, catalogue text, checklist with insurance values, offer letters, exhibition correspondence and memoranda, shipping records, publicity report, arrival notices, and blank condition reports.

1969–1973
I.A.2019 George Grosz: Watercolors and Drawings Work Folder

Publicity reports, shipping records, arrival notices, condition report, loan correspondence, loan amendment forms, checklist, box lists, press releases, and press clipping.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms and condition report.

1969–1973
I.A.2020 George Grosz: Watercolors and Drawings Catalogues

Five exhibition catalogues for exhibitions in Brussels, Düsseldorf, Parma, and Berlin-Dahlem.

1971
I.A.2021 George Grosz: Watercolors and Drawings Work Folder

Exhibition catalogues, press releases, box lists, checklists, descriptive sheet, seven photocopies of a press clipping, black and white photographs, and two lists of lenders.

1969–1971
I.A.2022 George Grosz: Watercolors and Drawings Louisiana Museum, Humlbaek, Denmark: October 17–November 22, 1970: Critical Reviews

Press reviews and photocopies of press clippings.

1969–1970

ICE-F-148-70 From Cezanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art

100 works selected by William S. Lieberman. Circulated to Tokyo and Kurume, Japan; Auckland, New Zealand; Melbourne and Sydney, Australia; Honolulu, Hawaii and San Francisco, California May 1971–June 1972. Dispersed in 1972.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2023 from Cézanne Through Picasso: 100 Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art Publicity and Photographs

Includes Japanese press clipping with two installation photographs from Auckland, two from Melbourne, and two from Honolulu.

1971–1972
I.A.2024 from Cézanne through Picasso Work Folder

Itineraries, invoices, air waybill, arrival notice, invitation, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1972
I.A.2025 from Cézanne through Picasso Work Folder

Arrival notices, press release, invoice, packing instructions, and exhibition correspondence.

1971–1972
I.A.2026 from Cézanne through Picasso Work Folder

Attendance figures, invoice, shipping record, box list, arrival notice, condition report, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1972
I.A.2027 from Cézanne through Picasso Work Folder

Itinerary, box list, list of expenses, invoices, circulating exhibition contract, attendance figures, shipping record, arrival notice, lists of deletions and substitutions, and exhibition correspondence and memoranda.

1970–1973
I.A.2028 from Cézanne through Picasso Catalogue

Exhibition catalogue for exhibition in Japan.

1971
I.A.2029 from Cézanne through Picasso Catalogue

Exhibition catalogue for exhibition in Australia and New Zealand.

1971–1972
I.A.2030 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings from the Collection Work Folder

Press clipping, itinerary, checklists, box lists, packing instructions, shipping invoice, shipping correspondence, loan agreements, list of artwork, exhibition budget, press release draft, preface text, catalogue notes, and International Council itineraries.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1971–1972
I.A.2031 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings from the Collection Descriptive Sheet

Unpacking and packing instructions, checklist, and four box lists.

1970–1971
I.A.2032 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings Publicity

Attendance figures, descriptive sheet, publicity report, photocopies of press clipping, black and white installation and event photographs, and an invitation.

1972
I.A.2033 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings Publicity

Invitations, photocopies of press clippings, black and white installation photographs, and translated press reviews.

1971
I.A.2034 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings Ishibashi Museum, Jurume: July 1–August 1, 1971

Press clippings, in Japanese.

1971
I.A.2035 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo: May 1–June 20, 1971

Photocopies of press clippings in Japanese with English translations.

1971
I.A.2036 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings Honolulu Academy of Arts: February 18–March 26, 1972

Publicity report and press clippings.

1972
I.A.2037 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings Australia

Press clippings.

1971–1973
I.A.2038 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings Farmer's Blaxland Galleries, Sydney: January 17–February 5, 1972

Photocopies of press clippings, press clippings, invitations, and entry cards.

1972
I.A.2039 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne: November 11, 1971–January 2, 1972

Photocopies of press clippings, invitations, and press clipping.

1971
I.A.2040 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings City of Auckland Art Gallery: September 7–October 17, 1971

Black and white installation photograph, photocopies of press clippings, press clippings, and exhibition opening invitations.

1971
I.A.2041 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art Lists

Itinerary, box lists, unpacking and packing instructions, list of insurance values, box list, checklists, and lists of works from the museum collections.

1971
I.A.2042 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art Memos

Memoranda, box list, unpacking and packing instructions, registrar form, itinerary, packing estimates, and lists of artwork.

1971–1972
I.A.2043 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art Correspondence: A-Q

Correspondence, transportation order, bill of lading, shipping record, proposed exhibition list, and air waybill.

1970–1972
I.A.2044 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art Correspondence: R-Z

Correspondence, air waybill, circulating exhibition contract, transportation orders, bills of lading and other items.

1970–1972
I.A.2045 from Cézanne through Picasso: 100 Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art Imports/Exports

Shipping invoices, customs forms, correspondence, registrar form, box lists, air waybills, consular form, and list of artwork.

1971–1972

ICE-F-149-70 Alexander Calder

Fifty-eight works from the collection of the Museum of Modern Art selected by Bernice Rose and circulated to Bogotá, Colombia; Montevideo, Uruguay; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Santiago, Chile; Mexico City, Mexico October 1970–November 1971. Returned to U.S. in 1971 December and circulated as C/E R-18, 1972.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2046 Alexander Calder Itinerary and Checklist 1970–1971
I.A.2047 Alexander Calder Photographs

Three installation photographs from Bogotá, three from Montevideo, one from Buenos Aires, and fifteen from Mexico City.

I.A.2048 Alexander Calder Work Folder

Projected itineraries, preparation schedule, descriptive sheet, memoranda, curatorial correspondence, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1973
I.A.2049 Alexander Calder Work Folder

USIA correspondence, attendance figures, shipping record, bills of lading, arrival notice, checklist, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1972
I.A.2050 Alexander Calder Work Folder

Catalogue text in Spanish and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1972
I.A.2051 Alexander Calder Catalogues

Four exhibition catalogues for exhibitions in Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Bogotá, and Santiago.

1971
I.A.2052 Alexander Calder Work Folder

Pedestal dimensions, attendance figures, publicity report, shipping record, arrival notice, condition report, invoices, checklists, preparation schedule, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1970–1972
I.A.2053 Alexander Calder Checklists

Two checklists.

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I.A.2054 Alexander Calder Publicity

Publicity report, press reviews, and photocopies of press clippings in Spanish. Includes publicity for Museo de Arte Moderno (Bogotá, Columbia) October 29-December 13, 1970 and the Museo Nacional de Artes Plasticas (Montevideo, Uruguay) April 1-April 29, 1971.

1970–1971
I.A.2055 Alexander Calder Publicity

Photocopies of press clippings in Spanish, black and white installation photographs, and black and white event photographs. Includes publicity for Museo de Arte Moderno (Bogotá, Columbia): October 29-December 13, 1970 and Museo Nacional de Artes Plasticas (Montevideo, Uruguay): April 1-April 29, 1971.

1971
I.A.2056 Alexander Calder Publicity

Publicity reports, exhibition correspondence, translated press reviews, photocopies of press clippings in Spanish, and black and white event photographs. Includes publicity for Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Buenos Aires, Argentina): May 6-June 6, 1971 and Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte (Mexico City, Mexico): October 28-November 28, 1971.

1971
I.A.2057 Alexander Calder Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina: May 6–June 6, 1971

Photocopies of press clippings in Spanish and translated press reviews.

1971
I.A.2058 Alexander Calder Buenos Aires

Drafts of exhibition description, publicity report, translated press reviews, and press clippings.

1971
I.A.2059 Alexander Calder Mexico City

Publicity report, comments on exhibition, translated press reviews, and press clippings.

1971
I.A.2060 Alexander Calder Bogotá

Translated press reviews, press clippings in Spanish, and photocopies of press clippings in Spanish.

1970
I.A.2061 Alexander Calder Montevideo

Publicity report, translated press reviews, and press clippings in Spanish.

1971
I.A.2062 Alexander Calder Box Lists and Checklists

Box lists, sketches for artwork installation, unpacking and packing instructions, illustrated packing instructions, and checklists.

1970

ICE-F-150-70 Gemini [Technics and Creativity: G.E.L.]

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2063 Gemini Work Folder

Preliminary list of exhibition artwork, transportation orders, and exhibition correspondence and memoranda.

1969–1972

ICE-F-151-70 Surrealism

Eighty-three works by twenty-seven artists selected by Bernice Rose and circulated to Bogotá, Colombia; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Montevideo, Uruguay; Caracas, Venezuela; Lima, Peru; Santiago, Chile; Auckland, New Zealand; Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide, Australia; and Mexico City, Mexico August 1971–February 1973. Dispersed in 1973.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2064 Surrealism Itinerary and Photographs

Three installation photographs from Montevideo, two from Auckland, and five from Adelaide.

1971–1973
I.A.2065 Surrealism Artwork Photograph Binder

Checklist with photographs of works in exhibition.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1971-1973
I.A.2066 Surrealism Artwork Photograph Binder

Itinerary, with photographs of works in exhibition.

1971-1973
I.A.2067 Surrealism Work Folder

Attendance figures, invoices, arrival notices, publicity reports, shipping records, condition reports, checklist, press clipping, consular form, loan agreement, preliminary checklist, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition information.

1971–1973
I.A.2068 Surrealism Work Folder

Attendance figures, arrival notices, publicity report, shipping record, shipping invoice, invitations, condition report, checklist, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1973
I.A.2069 Surrealism Work Folder

Shipping invoices, air waybills, invoices, packing instructions, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1973
I.A.2070 Surrealism Catalogues

Two copies of the exhibition catalogue for exhibitions in Latin America.

1971–1972
I.A.2071 Surrealism Work Folder

Projected itinerary, framing instructions, wall label text, curatorial correspondence, invoices, checklist, press clippings, and correspondence.

1970–1973
I.A.2072 Surrealism Work Folder

Invoices, press clipping, arrival notices, condition reports, checklist, shipping invoices, publicity reports, shipping record, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1974
I.A.2073 Surrealism Work Folder

Checklist, attendance figures, invoice, publicity reports, shipping record, condition report, arrival notice, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1973
I.A.2074 Surrealism Work Folder

Descriptive sheet, exhibition modifications, checklists, box list, loan record sheets, loan agreements, preparation schedules, packing instructions in English and Spanish, and wall label and exhibition text in English and Spanish.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1970–1973
I.A.2075 Surrealism Work Folder

List of publicity photographs, press release draft, insurance certificates, loan correspondence, loan agreements, loan amendment, correspondence from Sidney Janis, list of films for exhibition, and list of installation groups.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1970–1973
I.A.2076 Surrealism Catalogues

Two exhibition catalogues for exhibitions in Australia and New Zealand.

1972–1973
I.A.2077 Surrealism Unpacking Instructions, Boxes 2, 11

Unpacking and packing instructions and partial instructions in English and Spanish.

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I.A.2078 Surrealism Press Release

Draft of press release.

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I.A.2079 Surrealism Box List

Two box lists and a Spanish language box list cover sheet.

1971
I.A.2080 Surrealism Pedestal Dimensions

Recommended pedestal dimensions and sketch of pedestals.

1971–1972
I.A.2081 Surrealism Checklist

Checklist with note written in Spanish.

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I.A.2082 Surrealism Descriptive Sheet

Descriptive sheet for exhibition.

1971
I.A.2083 Surrealism City of Auckland Art Gallery: July 16–August 13, 1972

Photocopy of press clipping, invitations, admissions tickets, and black and white event and installation photographs.

1972
I.A.2084 Surrealism City of Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand: July 16–August 13, 1972

Photocopies of press clippings.

1972
I.A.2085 Surrealism Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia: September 1–September 10, 1972

Photocopies of press clippings.

1972
I.A.2086 Surrealism National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia: October 12–November 9, 1972

Photocopies of press clippings.

1972
I.A.2087 Surrealism National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia: October 12–November 9, 1972

Color event photographs, invitations, and press clippings.

1972
I.A.2088 Surrealism Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia: September 1–October 1, 1972

Press clippings and photocopies of press clippings.

1972
I.A.2089 Surrealism Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia: December 3, 1972–January 2, 1973

Negatives for installation photographs, press release extract, publicity report, invitation, black and white installation photographs, black and white event photographs, press clippings, and photocopies of press clippings.

1972
I.A.2090 Surrealism Museo de Arte Moderno, Bogotá, Colombia: August 26–October 3, 1971

Photocopies of press clippings and publicity report.

1971
I.A.2091 Surrealism Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand: July 16–August 13, 1972: Publicity

Admissions ticket, invitation, black and white event and installation photographs, and press clippings.

1972
I.A.2092 Surrealism Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá, Bogotá, Colombia: August 24–October 3, 1971: Publicity

Publicity report, invitations, translated press reviews, photocopies of press clippings in Spanish, and press clippings.

1971
I.A.2093 Surrealism Instituto de Arte Contemporaneo, Lima, Peru: April 4–April 30, 1972

Photocopies of press clippings in Spanish.

1972
I.A.2094 Surrealism Instituto de Arte Contemporaneo, Lima, Peru: April 4–April 30, 1972

Photocopies of press clippings.

1972
I.A.2095 Surrealism Instituto de Arte Contemporaneo, Lima, Peru: April 4–April 30, 1972: Publicity

Description of exhibition, publicity report, translated press reviews, press clippings, and photocopies of press clippings.

1972
I.A.2096 Surrealism Museo de Arte Moderno, Bogotá: August 24–October 3, 1971: Publicity

Translated press reviews, invitation, and photocopies of discarded press clippings.

1971–1972
I.A.2097 Surrealism Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City: January 25–February 8, 1973: Publicity

Translated press reviews, a bound book of press clippings in Spanish, photocopies of press clippings in Spanish, and loose press clipping in Spanish.

1973
I.A.2098 Surrealism Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City, Mexico: January 25–February 8, 1973: Publicity

Translated press reviews, press clippings, black and white event photographs, and invitation.

1973
I.A.2099 Surrealism Museum Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago: May 16–June 11, 1972: Publicity

Translated press reviews, photocopy of press clippings, and discarded and duplicate press clippings.

1972
I.A.2100 Surrealism Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Chile: May 16–June 11, 1972: Publicity

Translated press reviews and press clippings.

1972
I.A.2101 Surrealism Instituto de Arte Contemporaneo, Lima: April 4–April 30, 1972: Publicity

Translated press reviews and photocopies of press clippings.

1972
I.A.2102 Surrealism Museo Nacional de Artes Plasticas, Montevideo, Uruguay: December 2–January 9, 1972: Press Clippings, Photographs

Translated press reviews, black and white installation photographs, black and white event photographs, and press clippings.

1971–1972
I.A.2103 Surrealism Museo Nacional de Artes Plasticas, Montevideo, Uruguay: December 2–January 9, 1972

Photocopies of press clippings in Spanish and press clipping in Spanish.

1971–1973
I.A.2104 Surrealism Museo Nacional de Artes Plasticas, Montevideo, Uruguay: December 2–January 9, 1972: Publicity

Translations of press reviews, press clippings, and black and white event photographs.

1971–1972
I.A.2105 Surrealism Press

Press clipping for exhibition in Mexico City.

1973
I.A.2106 Surrealism Imports, Exports

Shipping invoices, correspondence, air waybills, box lists, customs forms, consular forms, and shipping record.

1971–1973
I.A.2107 Surrealism Imports, Exports

Shipping invoices, correspondence, air waybills, box lists, customs forms, consular forms, notes, and insurance certificates.

1971–1973
I.A.2108 Surrealism Memos

Memoranda, registrar forms, notes, box list, staff photograph requisition form, transportation order, checklist, conservation records, loan agreement, list of loans, descriptive sheet, preparation schedule sheets, and staff photograph requisition forms.

Restricted material removed: Condition memoranda and loan form.

1970–1974
I.A.2109 Surrealism Correspondence: A-L

Correspondence, shipping record, transportation orders, insurance certificates, insurance policy, partial box list, shipping invoice, bills of lading, and list of requested

1970–1973
I.A.2110 Surrealism Correpondence: M-Z

Correspondence, itineraries, box lists, air waybill, black and white condition photograph, packing instructions, bills of lading, transportation orders, insurance certificates, loan agreement, and invoice.

Restricted material removed: Loan form.

1970–1973
I.A.2111 Surrealism Lists

Checklists, itineraries, unpacking and packing instructions in English and Spanish, box list, illustrated box list, and conditions list.

1972–1973
I.A.2112 Surrealism Photographs

Black and white artwork photographs.

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ICE-F-152-70 Modern Art in the U.S.A.

For Israel, canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2113 Modern Art in the U.S.A. Israel: Correspondence

Invitation, exhibition correspondence, and memoranda.

1969–1972

ICE-F-153-70 Jean Dubuffet

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2114 Jean Dubuffet Work Folder

Descriptive sheet, preparation schedule, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1972
I.A.2115 Jean Dubuffet Descriptive Sheet

Descriptive sheet for exhibition.

1971

ICE-F-154-70 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Triennale New Delhi

Fifteen paintings and constructions by seven artists selected by Waldo Rasmussen and circulated to Lalit Kala Academi, New Delhi, India January 31–March 31, 1971. Dispersed in 1971.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2116 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Triennale, New Delhi Itinerary and Publicity

Also includes press clippings.

1971
I.A.2117 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Triennale, New Delhi Photographs

Twenty-five installation and building photographs from New Delhi, with six contact sheets.

I.A.2118 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Triennale, New Delhi Catalogue

Brochures.

I.A.2119 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Trienniale, New Delhi Work Folder

Exhibition catalogues, notes, condition reports, checklist, loan agreement, USIS operations memorandum, photocopies of correspondence between Nelson Rockefeller and the Secretary of State regarding exhibition shipping, photocopies of press clippings, USIA correspondence, list of important people in India, art list, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition documents.

1970–1972
I.A.2120 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Trienniale, New Delhi Work Folder

Bank forms, newspaper clipping, exhibition notes created by Waldo Rasmussen, project proposals and manifests from LaMonte Young, gallery floor plan, pamphlet from The Grey Foundation, and exhibition and curatorial correspondence.

1970–1971
I.A.2121 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Trienniale, New Delhi Work Folder

Artist biographies, news clipping, budget calculations, correspondence including letters between Nelson Rockefeller and the Secretary of State, curatorial correspondence, Air India pamphlet, Waldo Rasmussen schedule, drafts of project report, box list, tentative checklist, catalogue listings, loan agreements, loan record sheets, loan receipts, blank labels, blank schedules, and floor plan.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1970–1971
I.A.2122 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Trienniale, New Delhi Work Folder

Memoranda, book of writings from La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela, program for Young and Zazeela events, artist biographies, and press clippings.

1964–1971
I.A.2123 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Triennale, New Delhi Press

April issue of the Indian magazine Span containing article on the exhibition.

1971
I.A.2124 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Triennale, New Delhi Photographs and Slides

Slides, exhibition correspondence, photographic negative, black and white artwork photographs, and black and white photographs of rejected artwork.

1971
I.A.2125 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Triennale, New Delhi February 2–March 31, 1971

February issue of Link: Indian Newsmagazine, invitation, black and white photographs, photographic negatives, and transparencies.

1971
I.A.2126 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Triennale, New Delhi Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, India: January 31–March 31, 1971: Publicity

Black and white photographs, invitations, preliminary drawing for artwork, black and white artwork photogrpahs, and black and white installation photographs.

1971
I.A.2127 U.S. Representation: Second Indian Triennale, New Delhi Memos, Lists, Correspondence, Imports, Exports

Exhibition brochure, correspondence, lists of artwork, staff photograph requisition form, catalogue list, loan condition forms, press clipping, photocopy of press clipping, bills of lading, shipping invoices, loan receipt, unpacking and packing instructions, box lists, checklist, and customs form.

Restricted material removed: Loan condition forms and condition memoranda.

1970–1972

ICE-F-155-71 Joan Miró: Fifty Recent Prints

Works selected by Riva Castleman and circulated to Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; Bogotá, Colombia; Caracas and Maracaibo, Venezuela; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Montevideo, Uruguay; and Santiago, Chile September 1971–October 1972. Dispersed in 1972.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2128 Joan Miró: 50 Recent Prints Itinerary and Photographs

Also includes International Program catalogue publication for Latin American tour.

1971–1972
I.A.2129 Joan Miró: Fifty Recent Prints Work Folder

Itinerary, descriptive sheet, checklists, box lists, press release, related materials list, list of suggested radio and tv spots, offer letters, memoranda, condition report, exhibition text in Spanish, loan correspondence, and exhibition catalogue.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1971–1972
I.A.2130 Joan Miró: Fifty Recent Prints Work Folder

Attendance figures, arrival notices, publicity reports, shipping records, contracts, checklist, air waybills, black and white photographs, and exhibition correspondence.

1971–1973
I.A.2131 Joan Miró: Fifty Recent Prints Work Folder

Attendance figures, arrival notices, publicity reports, shipping records, contracts, checklist, air waybills, and exhibition correspondence.

1971–1973
I.A.2132 Joan Miró: Fifty Recent Prints Catalogues

Exhibition announcement and four exhibition catalogues for exhibitions in Latin America.

1971–1972
I.A.2133 Joan Miró Box List and Checklist

List of Miró prints, box list, and checklist.

1971
I.A.2134 Joan Miró: Fifty Recent Prints Buenos Aires: Press Materials

Photocopies of press clippings in Spanish, translated press reviews, publicity reports, press clippings in Spanish, invitation, and a black and white installation photograph.

1972
I.A.2135 Joan Miró: Fifty Recent Prints Maracaibo: Press Materials

Translation of press review, publicity report, photocopies of press clippings, description of exhibition, and black and white photographs.

1972
I.A.2136 Joan Miró: Fifty Recent Prints Caracas: Press Materials

Photocopies of press clippings in Spanish, exhibition postcard, translations of press reviews, and black and white installation photographs.

1972
I.A.2137 Joan Miró: Fifty Recent Prints Puerto Rico: Press Materials

Photocopies of press clippings in Spanish, exhibition card, black and white installation photograph, translations of press reviews, and publicity report.

1971
I.A.2138 Joan Miró: Fifty Recent Prints September 1971–October 1972

Exhibition description, attendance chart, schedule of exhibition documents received, Spanish edition exhibition catalogue, translations of press reviews, black and white installation photograph, exhibition handout, and black and white event photographs.

1971–1972

ICE-F-156-71 The Passionate Years

Canceled.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2139 The Passionate Years Work Folder

General correspondence, memoranda, and descriptive sheet.

1970–1972
I.A.2140 The Passionate Years Descriptive Sheet

Descriptive sheet for exhibition.

1971

ICE-F-157-71 Modern Prints (1947–1972)

Fifty prints by forty-five artists selected by Riva Castleman. Circulated to Perth, Geelong, Hobart, Launceston, Newcastle, and Brisbane, Australia; Auckland, New Plymouth, and Hamilton, New Zealand; New Delhi, Madras, Hyderabad, Bombay, and Calcutta, India; Tehran, Iran; and Sapporo, Morioka, Tokyo, Kyoto, Kochi, Hiroshima, Hokkaido, and Kyushu, Japan April 1973–March 1975. Dispersed in 1975.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2141 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Itinerary, Checklist, and Publicity

Also includes press clippings from Japan.

1973–1975
I.A.2142 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Photographs

Fifty photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.2143 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Photographs

Sixty photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.2144 Modern Prints: 1947–1972: Photographs

Sixty photographs of works in exhibition.

I.A.2145 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Photographs

Four installation photographs from Geelong, two from Launceston, four from Newcastle, two from Madras, two from Tehran, and one from Kochi.

I.A.2146 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Catalogue Material

Artists' statements.

I.A.2147 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Work Folder

Itineraries, shipping record, publicity report, checklists, arrival notices, contracts, and exhibition correspondence and memoranda.

1974–1975
I.A.2148 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Work Folder

Itinerary, contract, checklist, routing slip, invoices, and exhibition correspondence and memoranda.

1973–1974
I.A.2149 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Work Folder

Itinerary, catalogue introduction text, insurance figures, matting instructions, staff photograph requisition form, requests for check, lists of photographs for exhibition, preparation schedule, planning reports, curatorial correspondence, checklists, shipping record, arrival notice, and exhibition correspondence.

1971–1974
I.A.2150 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Work Folder

Shipping records, publicity reports, checklists, arrival notices, and exhibition correspondence and memoranda.

1973–1974
I.A.2151 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Work Folder

Shipping records, publicity report, condition report, checklist, arrival notice, bills of lading, shipping invoices, box list, and draft of conservation specifications.

Restricted material removed: Condition report.

1972–1974
I.A.2152 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Work Folder

Invoice, text for wall labels, and text panel.

1973
I.A.2153 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Work Folder

List of artists, box list, loan receipts, loan agreements, loan amendments, curatorial correspondence, invoices, and exhibition correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1971–1975
I.A.2154 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Work Folder

Loan receipt, correspondence, loan agreements, loan record sheets, descriptive sheet, checklist, box list, packing instructions, press releases, exhibition proposal, preparation schedule, invoices, and print receipts.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1972–1973
I.A.2155 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Work Folder

Auction memoranda, auction estimate sheet, installation estimate sheet, lists of prints to be framed, draft of text for wall label, list of auction attendees, Peter Wilson biography, price list, checklist, correspondence, and sales invoices.

Restricted material removed: Price list.

1971–1976
I.A.2156 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Work Folder

Bid correspondence, resale certificates, sales sheets, exhibition catalogue from the National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur, and lists of auction attendees.

1971
I.A.2157 Modern Art In Prints 1947–1972 the Kochi Prefectural Museum: Publicity Report

Opening photographs, publicity report, brochures, tickets, slides, and press clippings.

1975
I.A.2158 Modern Art In Prints 1947–1972 Ishibashi Museum of Art: Publicity Report

Publicity report, lecture photograph, brochures, press clippings, installation photographs, and slides.

1975
I.A.2159 Modern Art In Prints 1947–1972 the Iwate Prefecture Hall: Publicity Report

Publicity report, opening photographs and slides, and press clippings.

1975
I.A.2160* Modern Art In Prints 1947–1972 Hokkaido Prefectural Museum: Publicity Report

Publicity report, opening photographs, press clippings, and tickets.

1974
I.A.2161* Modern Art In Prints 1947–1972 Hokkaido Prefectural Museum: Publicity Report

Exhibition poster.

1974
I.A.2162 Modern Art In Prints 1947–1972 Asahigawa and Hakodate: Publicity Report

Publicity reports, press clippings, opening and installation photographs, and slides.

1974
I.A.2163 Modern Prints Checklists 1973
I.A.2164 Modern Prints Box Lists 1973
I.A.2165 Modern Prints Descriptive Sheet 1973
I.A.2166 Modern Prints Press Release

Three press releases.

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I.A.2167 Modern Prints Frame Diagram

Hand drawn frame diagram.

1973
I.A.2168 Modern Prints Unpacking Instructions

Unpacking and packing instructions.

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I.A.2169 Modern Prints Installation Arrangements

Two copies of the written arrangement for installation, black and white filmstrips, and edited contact sheet for filmstrips.

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I.A.2170 Modern Prints Report on Tour

Report on tour and chart documenting attendance.

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I.A.2171 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Publicity

Bound book containing black and white event photographs and press clippings.

1974
I.A.2172 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Museum Centenary Hall, Madras: March 11–March 21, 1974

Black and white installation and event photographs, press clipping, and photocopies of press clippings.

1974
I.A.2173 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Iran-America Society, Tehran, Iran: June 30–July 16, 1974

Black and white photographs, press clippings, photocopies of press clippings, and exhibition correspondence.

1974
I.A.2174 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Kala Bhavan, Hyderabad: March 28–April 12, 1974

Black and white photographs, photocopies of press clippings, and press clipping.

1974
I.A.2175 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Calcutta, India: May 22–June 9, 1974

Exhibition correspondence, black and white photographs, photocopies of press clippings, and press clipping.

1974–1975
I.A.2176 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others American Centery, Kyoto: December 16–December 24, 1974

Color photographs, publicity report, and press clippings in Japanese and English.

1974
I.A.2177* Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others American Centery, Kyoto: December 16–December 24, 1974

Exhibition poster.

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I.A.2178 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo, Japan: September 28–October 10, 1974

Exhibition summary report, business cards, museum pamphlet, black and white installation photographs, and press clippings in Japanese.

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I.A.2179 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Japan

Publicity reports.

1975
I.A.2180* Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Japan

Two exhibition posters.

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I.A.2181 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Sogo Department Store, Hiroshima, Japan: January 24–January 29, 1975: Publicity

Publicity report, press clippings in Japanese, color installation photographs, exhibition fliers, tickets, and exhibition poster.

1975
I.A.2182 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston: July 17–July 29, 1973

Publicity report, photocopy of press clipping, and exhibition fliers.

1973
I.A.2183 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Newcastle City Art Gallery, Newcastle: August 14–August 26, 1973

Publicity report, gallery pamphlet, press clippings, and photocopy of press clippings.

1973
I.A.2184 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Itinerary

Two copies of exhibition itinerary.

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I.A.2185 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Publicity: General

Exhibition itinerary, attendance chart, and report on tour.

1973–1974
I.A.2186* Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Publicity: General

Exhibition poster.

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I.A.2187 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Western Australian Art Gallery, Perth: April 19–May 9, 1973

One press clipping.

1973
I.A.2188 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart: June 26–July 8, 1973

Photocopies of press clippings and black and white installation and event photographs.

1973
I.A.2189 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand: November 15–December 9, 1973

Publicity report, black and white installation photographs, exhibition cards, and press clippings.

1973
I.A.2190 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Waikato Art Museum, Hamilton, New Zealand: December 15, 1973–January 13, 1974

Art gallery schedule, publicity report, black and white installation photograph, press clipping, photocopy of press clipping, and exhibition announcement.

1973
I.A.2191 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, India: February 7–February 28, 1974

USIS exhibition summary, black and white event photograph, press clippings, and photocopies of press clippings.

1974
I.A.2192 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others the Jehangir Art Gallery, Bombay, India: May 2–May 12, 1974

Press clippings, photocopies of press clippings, and black and white installation photographs.

1974
I.A.2193 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Geelong Art Gallery, Geelong, Australia: June 1–June 10, 1973: Publicity

Publicity report, exhibition announcement, and black and white installation photographs.

1973
I.A.2194 Modern Prints: Original Graphics by Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Braque, Chagall, de Kooning and Others Publicity

Attendance chart, exhibition announcement, exhibition report, black and white event and installation photographs, and invitation.

1973–1974
I.A.2195 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Lists, Memos

Itinerary, box lists, checklists, unpacking and packing instructions, list of artwork, correspondence, registrar forms, preparation schedule form, and annual program planning reports.

1971–1975
I.A.2196 Modern Prints: 1947–1972 Correspondence, Imports, Exports

Includes condition reports with checklists, correspondence, shipping records, invoices, transportation orders, bills of lading, insurance certificates, loan agreements, customs forms, registrar forms, box list, and air waybills.

1972–1975

ICE-F-158-71 Picasso: Master Printmaker

100 prints from the collection of the Museum of Modern Art selected by Riva Castleman; adapted from MoMA Exh. #942 1970 October 15–November 29. Circulated to Bogotá, Colombia; Adelaide, Melbourne, and Sydney, Australia; Auckland, New Zealand; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Montevideo, Uruguay: 1972 November–1973 October. Dispersed in 1973.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2197 Picasso: Master Printmaker Catalogues

Includes catalogues for Adelaide and Auckland, along with photograph showing covers and pages from Latin American Prints catalogue in addition to Picasso catalogue cover.

1972–1973
I.A.2198 Picasso: Master Printmaker Catalogues

Six exhibition catalogues for exhibitions in Adelaide, Montevideo, Bogotá, Buenos Aires, and Auckland.

1971–1974
I.A.2199 Picasso: Master Printmaker Memos, Lists

Memoranda, box lists, notes, staff photograph requisition form, shipping invoice, preparation schedule, and unpacking and packing instructions in English and Italian.

1972–1973
I.A.2200 Picasso: Master Printmaker Work Folder

Itinerary, memoranda, checklist, shipping records, arrival notice, and correspondence.

1970–1973
I.A.2201 Picasso: Master Printmaker Work Folder

Exhibition announcement in newspaper, arrival notice, condition reports, checklist, box lists, and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Condition reports.

1970–1974
I.A.2202 Picasso: Master Printmaker Work Folder

Descriptive sheet, checklists, box lists, press release draft, wall label text in English and Spanish, bibliography and chronology, offer letters, list of frame repairs, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1973
I.A.2203 Picasso: Master Printmaker Work Folder

Preparation schedule, arrival notice, publicity reports, consular forms, invoices, box list, attendance figures, and exhibition correspondence.

1970–1973
I.A.2204 Picasso: Master Printmaker Checklist 1972
I.A.2205 Picasso: Master Printmaker Box List 1973
I.A.2206 Picasso: Master Printmaker Unpacking Instructions

Unpacking and packing instructions.

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I.A.2207 Picasso: Master Printmaker Descriptive Sheet

Two copies of the exhibition descriptive sheet.

1971
I.A.2208 Picasso: Master Printmaker Press Release

Draft of press release.

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I.A.2209 Picasso: Master Printmaker Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide: Publicity

Black and white installation photograph, draft of exhibition description, and exhibition opening invitations.

1973
I.A.2210 Picasso: Master Printmaker Melbourne: Publicity

Photocopy of press clipping, black and white installation photograph, photographic negatives, and color event photographs.

1973
I.A.2211 Picasso: Master Printmaker Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia: May 3–May 30, 1973

Gallery pamphlet, exhibition opening invitations, press release, staff memorandum, exhibition pamphlets, and exhibition description.

1973
I.A.2212 Picasso: Master Printmaker Auckland: Publicity

Note stating that an installation photograph had been removed.

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I.A.2213 Picasso: Master Printmaker Bogotá: Publicity

Translated press review, photocopies of press clippings, and discarded and duplicates of press clippings.

1972
I.A.2214 Picasso: Master Printmaker Buenos Aires: Publicity

Discarded and duplicates of press clippings and translated press reviews.

1973
I.A.2215 Picasso: Master Printmaker Montevideo: Publicity

Publicity report, black and white event photograph, discarded and duplicates of press clippings, and translated press reviews.

1973
I.A.2216 Picasso: Master Printmaker Press Clippings

Press clippings.

1973
I.A.2217 Picasso: Master Printmaker Australia and New Zealand: November 14, 1972–July 10, 1973: Publicity

Exhibition description, checklist, invitations, exhibition pamphlet, black and white installation photographs, photocopies of press clippings, color event photographs, press clippings, exhibition correspondence, press release, and a publicity folder containing a catalogue of artwork and prints of artwork.

1972–1973
I.A.2218 Picasso: Master Printmaker South American Showings: Publicity

Publicity reports, black and white installation photographs, translated press reviews, photocopies of press clippings, and press clipping concerning shows in Bogotá, Buenos Aires, and Montevideo.

1973
I.A.2219 Picasso: Master Printmaker Photo Album

Checklist and photocopies of artwork images.

1972
I.A.2220 Picasso: Master Printmaker Photo Album

Checklist and photocopies of artwork images.

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I.A.2221 Picasso: Master Printmaker Correspondence

Correspondence, box list, transportation orders, invoices, bill of lading, arrival notice, and air waybill.

1972–1973
I.A.2222 Picasso: Master Printmaker Imports, Exports

Correspondence, shipping invoices, air waybill, box lists, and notes.

1972–1973

ICE-F-159-72 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning

Sixty-eight paintings, drawings, prints, and sculptures selected by Alicia Legg and circulated to Caracas, Venezuela; Bogotá, Colombia; Mexico City, Mexico; and São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil April –November 1973. Dispersed in 1973.

Folder Title Date
I.A.2223 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning Itinerary and Checklist 1974–1975
I.A.2224 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning Photographs

Fifteen photographs of de Kooning works and nine photographs of Bacon works.

I.A.2225 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning Photographs

Nineteen photographs of Giacometti works and twenty-one photographs of Dubuffet works.

I.A.2226 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning Photographs

Three installation photographs from Bogotá, two from Mexico City, and eight from São Paulo.

I.A.2227 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning Catalogues

Catalogues from Bogotá and Mexico City.

I.A.2228 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning Work Folder

Shipping invoices, air waybills, consular form, press clipping, box lists, publicity report, attendance figures, arrival notices, invoices, and exhibition correspondence.

1972–1974
I.A.2229 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning Work Folder

Air waybill, box list, packing estimates, and exhibition correspondence.

1973–1974
I.A.2230 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning Work Folder

List of officers, budget estimate, invoices, and exhibition correspondence.

1973–1976
I.A.2231 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning Work Folder

Checklists, box list, press release draft, installation instructions, packing instructions, catalogue text, exhibition proposal, artists' addresses, lenders list, itinerary, and correspondence.

Restricted material removed: Lender list.

1972–1974, 1988
I.A.2232 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning Work Folder

Invoices, correspondence, loan forms, curatorial correspondence, loan agreements, and loan receipt.

Restricted material removed: Loan forms.

1972–1975
I.A.2233 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning Work Folder

Curatorial correspondence, loan agreements, photocopies of press clipping, invoice, list of lenders, and loan correspondence.

Entire folder restricted.

1972–1974
I.A.2234 Four Contemporary Masters: Bacon, Dubuffet, Giacometti, de Kooning Photo Requisitions

Black and white photographs of artwork in exhibition, staff photograph requisition forms, invoices, photograph label, thank you letter draft, list of lenders, correspondence and memoranda regarding photographs, and photo