Institutional file, Exhibitions. Daniel Buren: the reverberation.
There are 3 Entities related to this resource.
The records of the Department of Painting and Sculpture at the Brooklyn Museum document the administrative and curatorial activities of the department from soon after its inception in 1897 up through the present day. They reveal the history of the department by providing information on development of the object collection, exhibitions since 1911, and the department's associations to other art institutions and the local community. From the description of Records, Exhibition views: ins...
The origins of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences extend back to 1823, with the founding of the Brooklyn Apprentices' Library. The Library, located at the corner of Cranberry and Henry Streets in the neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights, was established for the education and cultural enrichment of young tradesmen. In 1841, the Library relocated to the building of the Brooklyn Lyceum, an organization devoted to intellectual pursuits in the arts and sciences, at the corner of Washington and C...