Stuart collection records, 1982-2006.

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Stuart Collection (San Diego, Calif.). Stuart collection records, 1982-2006.

Stuart collection records, 1982-2006.

The 2002 accession includes audio and video recordings documenting the installation of Stuart Collection works, interviews with artists, and promotional materials. The 2005 accession includes 228 individual items, consisting chiefly of plans and proposals for Stuart Collection projects. Work by a total of 24 artists is included; eleven artists whose works were constructed, and thirteen artists whose proposals were not constructed. One artist, Richard Fleischner, appears in both categories. The greatest portion of materials are whiteprint or blueline print plans with specifications for a project's construction, although drawings, photographs, and other graphic materials are also present. Also included are audio and videorecordings of interviews, installations, and other events. Since Stuart Collection works are outdoors, and typically large scale, some artists employed large photographs, maps, or topographical surveys of a proposed site with additional artwork or transparent overlays illustrating features of the project.

29.00 linear feet. (8 records cartons, 37 oversize folders, 18 tubes).

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