Research material including interviews, writings, photographs of works of art and printed material regarding conceptual artist David Ireland for the book "Touching Time and Space: A Portrait of David Ireland" by Klausner. Interviews are with Ireland as well as Paule Anglim, Robert Atkins, Bill Berkson, Frances Hill Barlow, Agnes Bourne, Damon Brandt, Douglas Dunn, Gary Garrels, Jay Gorney, Ann Hatch, Barbara Ireland, Judy Ireland, Marsha Ireland, Shaugn Ireland, P. Koss, Leah Levy, Connie Lewallen, Phil Linhares, James Melchert, Jeannie Myers, Richard Pinegar, Jane Reed, Jock Reynolds, Robert Storr, Marcia Tanner, Mark Thompson, Alta Tingle, and Karen Tsujimoto. Most, but not all, are transcribed. Writings include drafts and notebooks. Printed material includes exhibition catalogs and newspaper clippings.
Biographical / Historical:
Betty Klausner: Art historian, San Francisco, Calif. David Ireland: Conceptual and installation artist, San Francisco, Calif. b. 1930
Donated 2007 by Betty Klausner.
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A 15-page speech, l976, in which Matsumoto discusses 7 alternatives to the "traditional museum setting" for exhibiting in the San Francisco area; and transcripts of interviews with the directors of the 7 alternative galleries, including Ansel Wettersten of the Capricorn Asunder Gallery, Madame Labaudt of the Lucien Labaudt Gallery, Terry Dickey of the Galerie de la Raza, Carl Loeffler of the La Mamelle Art Center, David Maclay and Helen Williams of the Open Studios, Phil Linhares of the Emanuel Walter Gallery in the San Francisco Art Institute, and Tom Marioni of the Museum of Conceptual Art.
Donated 1976 by Elsa Cameron.
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The papers of art collectors Patrick Duffy and Wally Goodman measure 2.1 linear feet and date from 1977-2010. Included are correspondence with art dealers, museum curators and directors, conservators, auction houses, and artists; exhibition files; and financial and business records including invoices, receipts, and shipping records concerning their art collections. Also included is a transcript of an interview of Goodman and William Stanton Picher, Goodman's first partner, conducted by Phil Linhares for Visual Dialog, 1977; a Goodman-Picher guestbook; and an oversized handmade greeting card from William T. Wiley to Goodman.
Biographical / Historical:
Patrick Duffy is an art collector in Las Vegas, Nevada; his partner Wally Goodman (1922-2008) was also an art collector.
The Archives of American Art also holds the papers of Wally Goodman and William Stanton Picher.
Donated 2018 by Patrick Duffy.
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