Josine Ianco-Starrels papers 1930-1987.


Josine Ianco-Starrels papers 1930-1987.

This collection includes the material relating to the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, which was located at Barnsdall Park. Ms. Ianco-Starrles was the director of the Gallery from 1975 to 1984 and these are her records of the gallery exhibitions. Also included are the papers of her husband, Herbert Kline, who was a filmmaker. Included in his papers are some of the items from his making of the film, Posing as an American Nazi, which was filmed in Spain.

3.6 linear ft.

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Kline, Herbert A., 1929- (person)

Herbert Kline was a pioneer in documentary filmmaking and received a Golden Globe nomination and award, as well as two Academy Award nominations for his achievements. Kline also contributed to or wrote scripts for some of his documentary films. Kline's important early work included The Heart of Spain (1937), Lights Out in Europe (1938), Crisis (1939), and My Father's House (1947). From the description of Herbert Kline collection related to the film Barabbas (The Thief and the Cross),...

Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (corporateBody)

Ianco-Starrels, Josine (person)

Gallery administrator; Los Angeles Born 1926 in Bucharest, Romania. Josine Ianco-Starrels was curator of the Lytton Center of the Visual Arts (1961-1969) (See QR, Jul Sep 1992), Associate Professor, Art Gallery Division at California State University, Los Angeles (1969-1975), Director of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park, Senior Curator at the Long Beach Art Museum (1987-1990), and is currently an independent curator. From the descriptio...