The A.I.R. Gallery archives, [ca.1972-2006].


A.I.R. Gallery (New York, N.Y.). The A.I.R. Gallery archives, [ca.1972-2006].

The A.I.R. Gallery archives, [ca.1972-2006].

The A.I.R. Gallery Archive contains paper files and some media relating to the first thirty-five years of the A.I.R. Gallery. These files include administrative records; correspondence amongst members and to other artists and art organizations; minutes from member and board meetings; lists of members both local and national; materials relating to programming and curatorial decisions made by the Gallery; exhibition chronologies; newsletters and catalogs published by A.I.R. or that either mention or are relevant to A.I.R.; press and writings about the Gallery; letters of protest written to other museums and galleries; audiocassette recordings of various A.I.R.-related events; photographs and slides of exhibitions and individual artists' works; and miscellaneous materials that arrived with the collection.

34 linear ft. (27 boxes).

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