Carolee Schneemann papers 1959-1994


Carolee Schneemann papers 1959-1994

The papers document the performances, happenings, film and book productions, and exhibitions of the American painter and performance artist Carolee Schneemann.

ca. 60 linear ft.; (123 boxes)



SNAC Resource ID: 6666093

Getty Research Institute

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