Center for International Contemporary Arts records, 1986-1993
Center for International Contemporary Arts
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Printed matter, including checklists, membership cards and information, and clippings; press kits about the Center and about British artist, David Olivant; two scrapbooks containing clippings and exhibition announcements on international artists such as Michael Kidner, Yayoi Kusama, David Olivant, Victor Pasmore, and Marc Vaux.
Center for International Contemporary Arts records, 1986-1993. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Founded in 1986 as an information network and service regarding contemporary art, for the benefit of artists, scholars, and the general public. The Center's program included an electronic database, exhibitions and publications. Based in New York City, the organization closed in 1993.
Donated 1993 by Esa Epstein, former director of the Center.
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