Printed materials include exhibition announcements and catalogs, book flyers, books, booklets, brochures, calendars, catalogs, newspaper and magazine clippings, postcards, posters, press releases, reports, reviews, and bound volumes. Some of the subjects covered in these materials include Alexander Liberman's publishing career at Vogue and Vu, his career as an artist, exhibitions featuring Liberman's work, and Liberman's wife Tatiana du Plessis. Printed mages of Liberman's paintings, sculptures, and photographs are found in printed magazines and advertisements. Other more general subjects represented among the printed materials include fashion, style, sculptures in public places, models, actresses, designers, artists, art auctions, and book reviews.
Folders are arranged into groupings by type of material, and thereunder chronologically. Additional printed materials are scattered throughout other series.
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Alexander Liberman Papers, circa 1912-2003. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Funding for the processing of this collection was provided by the Smithsonian Institution's Collections Care and Preservation Fund.