Legal records relating to Richard Serra v. United States General Services Administration et al., 1985-1987.

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Harrow, Gustave. Legal records relating to Richard Serra v. United States General Services Administration et al., 1985-1987.

Legal records relating to Richard Serra v. United States General Services Administration et al., 1985-1987.

Legal records of Assistant Attorney General, Gustave Harrow, assembled in the course of defending sculptor Richard Serra in the matter of Richard Serra v. United States General Services Administration (1986-1988). Included are testimony from the 1985 hearing, Harrow's own files, slides of Serra's work, a VHS video from Tokyo Broadcasting System, 1985, and a U-matic video tape (1979), "For Love or Money."

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Harrow, Gustave

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Gustave Harrow, a lawyer and Assistant New York State Attorney General, taught legal ethics and art law at New York University, where he also served as adjunct professor in the Arts Administration program in the School of Education. Mark Rothko was an Abstract Expressisonist painter who committed suicide in 1970. Rothko's heirs, represented by Harrow, accused the executors not only of mismanaging the estate but also of conspiring with the Marlborough Gallery in Manhattan to defraud it. The case,...

United States. General Services Administration

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Serra, Richard, 1939-....

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Sculptor; New York, N.Y. From the description of Richard Serra lecture, 1988 Apr. 16. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122557438 ...