Finding Aid for the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center. Exhibition files. 1954-2010.

Finding aid prepared by Elizabeth Spatz, 2007 Jan; finding aid revised by Julianna Jenkins, 2013 Apr; machine-readable finding aid created by Katharine A. Lawrie and Caroline Cubé, 2013 Jun.
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Title: Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center. Exhibition files.
Identifier/Call Number: University Archives Record Series 776
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 18 linear ft. (18 cartons)
Date: 1954-2000s
Abstract: Record Series 776 contains exhibition files created by the curators of the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center (Hammer Museum) and the Frederic S. Wight Art Gallery (Wight Gallery). Included are materials documenting exhibitions held at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center and the Frederic S. Wight Art Gallery; exhibitions organized by the Armand Hammer Museum and the Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts (Grunwald Center); and traveling exhibits developed by other institutions.
Creator: Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center.

Access

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Some materials in the following boxes are restricted: Box 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center. Exhibition files (University Archives Record Series 776). UCLA Library Special Collections, University Archives.

Historical Note

Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center

Founded by Dr. Armand Hammer, former Chairman of Occidental Petroleum Corporation, the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Culture Center opened to the public in November of 1990. After Hammer's death in December of that year, the museum began negotiations with UCLA, resulting with the university assuming management and operations of the Hammer Museum in 1994. In 1995, the collections and staff of UCLA's Frederic S. Wight Art Gallery and Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts were relocated to the Hammer and Henry Hopkins, formerly the director of the Wight Gallery, became director of the Hammer Museum until his retirement in 1998.
Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery

Established in 1953 as the University Art Galleries for the display of fine art in UCLA's Art Building, the gallery was renamed the Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery in 1973 in honor of Frederick S. Wight (1902-1986), chairman of the art department and director of the original University Art Galleries. In 1965 the gallery moved from the Arts Building into the Dickson Art Center where it was used for student shows and traveling exhibitions. In 1995 the gallery staff moved to the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center, and the Wight Art Gallery became known as the New Wight Gallery, located on the UCLA campus in the Eli and Edyth Broad Art Center (formerly known as the Dickson Art Center.)
Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts at UCLA

Established in 1956 as the Grunwald Graphic Arts Foundation with a substantial gift of 5,000 prints and drawings from Fred Grunwald, the center became a repository and primary research facility for the university's extensive collection of prints, drawings, photographs, and artists' books. In 1965 the foundation was located in the upper level of the Frederic S. Wight Art Gallery in the newly opened Dickson Art Center. In 1974 the Grunwald Graphic Arts Foundation was renamed the Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, and in 1992 became a public arts program of UCLA's School of the Arts. In 1994, the staff and collection of the Grunwald Center were moved to the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center.

Scope and Content

Record Series 776 contains correspondence, slides, photographs, loan forms, press releases, reviews, and related research materials documenting various art exhibitions held at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center (Hammer Museum) from 1992-1996, the Frederick S. Wight Gallery of Art (Wight Gallery) from 1985-1994, and the Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts (Grunwald Center) from 1989-1994. Also included are brief biographies of artists represented in the exhibitions, as well as label text and essays used in the exhibition catalogues.
Within each exhibition, file folders are organized alphabetically by function, such as Curatorial, Education, Membership, Registration, etc. Dated materials within these folders are organized in chronological order. The materials within each of these functional categories may include the following:
  • Curatorial: artist biographies, brochures, catalogue essays, catalogues, checklists, comment books, contracts, correspondence, flyers, installation layouts and slides, insurance, label text, lender files and loan forms, lists of accepted and unaccepted art work, photographs, press releases, receipts, release agreements, research, and shipping documents.
  • Development: budgets
  • Director's Office: correspondence
  • Education: budgets and projections, brochures, calendars and distribution lists, correspondence, "Dialogues on Art" programing, docent training, education packets, events, flyers, invitations, lectures, outreach, research materials, slides, survey results, symposia, teacher training, and visual productions.
  • Media Relations: media reports, press clippings, press previews, and press releases.
  • Membership: direct sales campaign, opening night invitations, invitation lists and related materials.
  • Photography: photographs and slides.
  • Publication: catalogue text and catalogues.
  • Registration: budget files, condition reports and photographs, correspondence, framing, insurance, loan forms, memos, receipts, and shipping.
This is an active record series; additional University records are expected to be added.

Box 1

Across the Street: Self-help Graphics and Chicano Art in Los Angeles. 1994-1996.

Extent: 21 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center from 1995 Mar 11-1995 Jun 19. Files included are Curatorial, Director's Office, Education, Media Relations, Membership, and Registration.

General note

Contains some restricted material.
Box 1

Architecture and Democracy: The Phoenix Municipal Government Center Design Competition. 1985-1987.

Extent: 7 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery from 1987 Oct 13-Dec 13. Files included are Illustrations for David Gebhard, and Photography of submissions by architects ELS & Stern, Michael Graves, Hammond Beeby, Arata Isozaki, Richard Legorreta & Charles Moore, and Barton Meyers.

General note

A collaborative project of the Wight Art Gallery and the Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design at UCLA, funded in part by the NEA, City of Phoenix, and the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
Box 2

Arrows of Time: Photographs from the J. Paul Getty Museum. 1992-1995.

Extent: 21 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1995 Jan 24-Apr 02. Files included are Curatorial, Development, Director's Office, Education, Marketing, Media Relations, Membership, and Registration.

General note

Contains some restricted materials.
Box 2

Art of Attack: Social Commentary and Its Effect. 1992-1994.

Extent: 32 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1993 Oct 12-1994 Jan 01. Files included are Curatorial, Development, Education, Marketing, Membership, and Registration. Guest curator Karen Mayers selected works by Honoré Daumier, George Cruikshank, José Guadalupe Posada, Klaus Staeck, Robbie Conal, and the Guerrilla Girls primarily from the collections of UCLA's Grunwald Center for the Graphic Ats and the Armand Hammer Museum.

General note

Contains some restricted material.
Box 3

Art Under 30: The FIAR International Prize. 1992-1993.

Extent: 15 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery from 1993 Jan 17-Feb 14. Files included are Curatorial, Development, Education, Photography, Press Releases, and Registration.

General note

Funded and organized by the Fabbrica Italiana Apparecchiature Radioelettriche S.p.A. (FIAR)
Box 3

The Assertive Image: Artists of the Eighties. 1994.

Extent: 35 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1994 Jun 07-Oct 09. Files included are Curatorial, Development, Director's Office, Education, Marketing, Media Relations, and Membership. Also includes audio cassette recording of Eli Broad's opening night speech given on 1994 Jun 06. On exhibit were paintings, photographs and sculptures by 20 artists, with the majority of works selected from the Eli Broad Family Foundation collection.

General note

Contains some restricted material.
Box 3

Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art. 1995.

Extent: 8 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1995 Apr 25-Jun 18. Files included are Curatorial, with five spiral-bound guest comment books, see also boxes 4, 12 and 24.

General note

Exhibition files are divided between box 3, 4, and 12.
Box 4

Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art. 1994-1995.

Extent: 8 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1995 Apr 25-Jun 18. Files included are Curatorial, with three copies of the exhibition catalogue. See also boxes 3, 12 and 24 for further exhibition files.

General note

Exhibition files are divided between box 3, 4, and 12. Box 4 contains some restricted material.
Box 4

Breaking the Rules: An Audrey Flack Retrospective. 1989-1992.

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery from 1992 Mar 22-May 17. Correspondence file includes press releases, exhibition checklist, curator's statement, and other exhibition-related material.
Box 4

Building a National Image : Architectural Drawings for the American Democracy. 1985.

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., opening on 1985 Oct 24. Contains a notebook with slides, photographs and photocopies of architecturally-related materials, some from the "Building a National Image" exhibition catalogue.
Box 4

Constellations of Light and Dark: Black and White Works on Paper (1947-1954) by Sam Francis. 1995.

Extent: 8 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held in the Vault Gallery of the Armand Hammer Museum from 1995 Feb 14-Apr 02. Files included are Curatorial and Registration.
Box 4

Critiques of Pure Abstraction. 1993-1996.

Extent: 17 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1996 Jan 30-Mar 10, organized and circulated by Independent Curators Incorporated (ICI). Files included are Curatorial, Education, Media Relations, Membership, Publication, and Registration. Also included are two copies of a VHS tape entitled, "Critiques of Pure Abstraction" which provides a 10 minute introduction to the exhibition given by guest curator, Mark Rosenthal, and discussions from the artists Peter Halley, Jonathan Lasker, Annette Lemieux, and David Reed.

General note

Contains some restricted material.
Box 5

Cultural Programs. 1994 Fall.

Extent: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

Files included are Budget & Projections, Outreach, and Related Research Material/Docent Reading Material for exhibition-related cultural programming held in the fall of 1994.
Box 5

Cultural Programs (1995 Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall). 1994-1995.

Extent: 18 folders

Scope and Contents note

Files included are Budget & Projections, Calendar & Distribution Lists, Correspondence, Outreach, and Related Research Material/Docent Reading Material for exhibition-related cultural programming held during 1995.
Box 5

Cultural Programs (1996 Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall). 1996.

Extent: 18 folders

Scope and Contents note

Files included are Budget & Projections, Calendar & Distribution Lists, Correspondence, Education, Outreach, and Related Research Material/Docent Reading Material for exhibition-related cultural programming held during 1996.
Box 5

Forces of Nature: Géricault's Studies of Horses. n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum ca. 1995 [?] with holdings from the collection of the Grunwald Center. File included is Curatorial, with a checklist of 13 drawings and brief biography of Théodore Géricault.
Box 5

Henri Matisse: Works on Paper. 1994-1996.

Extent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1996 Jan 30-Mar 10, with holdings from the collection of the Grunwald Center. Files included are Curatorial, with checklist and installation slides.
Box 5

In the Sculptor's Landscape: Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden. 1963-1993 (bulk 1992-1993).

Extent: 13 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery from 1993 Mar 21-May 09. Files included are Business and Curatorial.

General note

Exhibition files are divided among boxes 5 and 6, and 12 and contain some restricted material.
Box 6

In the Sculptor's Landscape: Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden. 1992-1993.

Extent: 13 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery from 1993 Mar 21-May 09. Files included are Development, Education, Miscellaneous, OID Video Documentation, Outreach, and Registration.

General note

Exhibition files are divided among boxes 5, 6, and 12 and contain some restricted material.
Box 6

James McNeill Whistler: Works from the Collection. 1995.

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition [dates and location unknown] of works from the Grunwald Center. File included is Curatorial, with checklist.
Box 6

Lari Pittman Drawings. 1995-1996.

Extent: 8 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1996 Jan 30-Mar 10, organized by the University Art Museum at the University of California, Santa Barbara and curated by Elizabeth A. Brown. Files included are Curatorial, Education, and Registration.
Box 6

LAX-Benito Juarez: Prints by Artists from Mexico City and Los Angeles. 1994-1996.

Extent: 13 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1995 Oct 10-1996 Jan 07. Premiere exhibition of a portfolio of 16 color lithographs and woodcuts printed by El Nopal Press (founded by master printer Francesco Siqueiros in 1990) of eight artists, four from Los Angeles and four from Mexico City. The artist from Los Angeles were John Valadez, Daniel J. Martínez, Victor Estrada, and Yreina Cervántez; the artists from Mexico City comprised of Ruben Ortiz-Torres, Rocio Maldonado, Eloy Tarcisio, and German Venegas. This exhibition was coordinated with a survey of works from Self-Help Graphics in the Hammer's adjacent galleries.

General note

Contains some restricted material.
Box 6

MA/MFA Thesis Exhibition. 1993.

Extent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery from 1993 Jun 01-21 of work by graduate students in UCLA's art department. Files included are Catalogue, Development, Invitations, and Media Relations, including exhibition catalogue.
Box 6

MA/MFA Thesis Exhibition. 1994.

Extent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery from 1994 Jun 05-26 of work by graduate students in UCLA's art department. Files included are Curatorial and Education, including exhibition catalogue.
Box 6

Master Drawings from the Stanford University Museum of Art. 1994-1995.

Extent: 13 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1995 Oct 10-Dec 24. Files included are Curatorial, Education, Media Relations, and Registration.

General note

Contains some restricted material.
Box 6

Noche de Risa Altares. 1995.

Extent: 11 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition/installation held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1995 Oct 27-Nov 26, presented by the Latino Theatre Company and Plaza de la Raza in Association with the UCLA Center for the Performing Arts, Chancellor's Office of Academic Affairs, and the Hammer. Files included are Curatorial, Education, Membership, and Registration.

General note

Contains some restricted material.
Box 7

"Pacific Dreams: Currents of Surrealism and Fantasy in California Art, 1934-1957." 1993-1995.

Extent: 82 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1995 Jul 11-Sep 27. Files included are Correspondence and Curatorial (containing artists files A-Z, Loan Forms A-J, and other materials.) Also includes VHS tape on the artist, Claire Falkenstein.

General note

Exhibition files are divided between boxes 7, 8, 9 and 24. Contains some restricted material.
Box 8

"Pacific Dreams: Currents of Surrealism and Fantasy in California Art, 1934-1957." 1993-1995.

Extent: 82 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1995 Jul 11-Sep 27. Files included are Curatorial (Loan Forms, K-Z, catalogue essays, photographs, and other materials.)

General note

Exhibition files are divided between boxes 7, 8, 9 and 24. Contains some restricted material.
Box 9

"Pacific Dreams: Currents of Surrealism and Fantasy in California Art, 1934-1957." 1992-1995.

Extent: 27 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1995 Jul 11-Sep 27. Files included are Development, Education, Media Relations, Membership, Public Information, and Registration.

General note

Exhibition files are divided between boxes 7, 8, 9 and 24. Contains some restricted material.
Box 10

"Sylvia Plimack Mangold: Works on Paper 1968-1991." 1989-1992.

Language of Material: English
Extent: 12 folders

General note

The files in this collections are divided between box 10 and box 17.

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Grunwald Center from 1992 Sep 27-Nov 15. Files included are Business, Development, Education, Media Relations, Photography, and Publication.
Box 10

Tony Duquette: The Phoenix Rising from the Flames. 1995.

Extent: 5 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum in 1995 Apr. Files included are Insurance, Memos and Photography, Receipts, and Shipping.
Box 10

Undergraduate Exhibitions (1992). 1991-1992.

Extent: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery in 1992 Feb. Files included are Art & Design Accepted and Rejected.
Box 10

Undergraduate Exhibitions (1993). 1992-1993.

Extent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery from 1993 Feb 02-21. Files included are Art & Design Accepted and Rejected, and Education.
Box 10

Undergraduate Exhibitions. 1994.

Extent: 6 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery from 1994 Apr 12-May 01. Files included are Curatorial and Development.
Box 10

"William Brice: Prints and Related Drawings, 1980-1992." 1991-1992.

Extent: 5 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery from 1993 Mar 21-May 02. Files included are Development, Education, and Miscellaneous, see also box 19 for further exhibition files.
Box 11

"The View from Within: Japanese American Art from the Internment Camps, 1942-1946." 1990-1993.

Extent: 34 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery from 1992 Oct 13-Dec 06. Files included are Curatorial, Catalogue Essay Drafts, Correspondence, Development, Docents, Education, Grants, Media Relations, Meeting Minutes, Photography, Printed Materias, Registration, Research, and Visitor Book [photocopy]. The exhibition, commemorating the 50th anniversary of Executive Order 9066, was curated by Karin M. Higa, and co-organized by the Japanese American National Museum, UCLA Wight Art Gallery, and UCLA Asian American Studies Center.
Box 12

Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art. 1994-1995.

Extent: 37 folders

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Armand Hammer Museum from 1995 Apr 25-Jun 18. Files included are Curatorial, Development, Education (including one U-Matic and two VHS video tapes), Marketing, Media Relations, Membership, Public Information, and Registration. See boxes 3, 4, and 24 for further exhibition files.

General note

Exhibition files are divided between box 3, 4, and 12. Box 12 contains some restricted material.
Box 13

Exhibition catalogues. 1972-1993.

Extent: 10 volumes

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Executive Order 9066, The Internment of 110,000 Japanese Americans (1992); Moonlight Theater, Prints and Related Works by Carlos Almaraz (1991); Grunwald Center Studies VI 1985 (1985); George Cruikshank: Printmaker (1792-1878), Selections from the Richard Vogler Collection (1978); William Brice, Works on Paper 1982-1992 (1993); Grunwald Center Studies V 1984 (1985); Sudden Nature, The Art of Frederick S. Wight 1902-1986 (1991); The Graphic Art of Felix Vallotton (1972); Grunwald Center Studies I 1980 (ca 1980); In the Sculptor's Landscape, Celebrating Twenty-five years of the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden (1993).
Box 14

Exhibition catalogues. 1987.

Extent: 1 volume

Scope and Contents note

Includes: Foirades/Fizzles: Echo and Allusion in the Art of Jasper Johns (1987).
Box 21, Folders 1-12

Words and Images: Universal Limited Art Editions [ULAE exhibit]. 1978.

Scope and Content

An exhibit sponsored by the Grunwald Center and the UCLA Art Council and presented 1978 Mar 14-May 07. The files include the catalogue, correspondence, registrar and loan files.
Box 21, Folder 13

Foirades/Fizzles, a book by Samuel Beckett and Jasper Johns. 1978.

Box 21, Folder 14

Decades of Elegance checklist. n.d.

Box 21, Folder 15

George Cruikshank: Printmaker. 1978.

Scope and Content

An exhibit organized by the Santa Barbara Museum of Art and presented at the Wight Gallery 1978 Sep 26-Nov 05. The folder contains the checklist and correspondence and the catalogue.
Box 21, Folder 16

The Graphic Art of Jacques Villon, Selections from the Lois T. Handler Collection and the Grunwald Center for Graphic Arts. 1978.

Scope and Content

The folder contains the checklist, loan information and correspondence for the exhibit held 1978 Nov 19-1979 Jan 14.
Box 21, Folder 17

Nineteenth Century American Engraved Works/American Engraving on Wood and Metal. n.d.

Box 21, Folder 18

Joyce Tremaine commissioned monotypes for the Friends of the Graphic Arts at UCLA. c.1979.

Box 21, Folder 19-21

Prints: The Image and the Means II: Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of UCLA. 1978.

Scope and Content

The files contain the checklists and brochure copy for the exhibit held 1979 Dec 18-1980 Feb 10.
Box 21, Folder 22

Patrick Nagel: An Exhibition of Serigraphs. 1980 Apr 08-May 04.

Box 21, Folder 23

Renaissance Print Show: Art 52 Project Exhibition. 1980 Jan 29-Mar 23.

Box 21, Folder 24

UCLA Graphic Workshop; third annual print project. 1980.

Box 21, Folder 25

Twentieth-Century Drawings from the Whitney Museum of American Art catalogue. 1980 Apr 06-May 04.

Box 21, Folder 26

New American Monotypes. 1980.

Scope and Content

The folder contains the catalog, correspondence and slides for a show originally organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service and held at UCLA 1980 Apr 08-May 04.
Box 21, Folder 27

Henri Matisse: The Graphic Works of Henri Matisse from the Collection of the Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts. 1980.

Scope and Content

Folder contains the exhibition checklist, loan information and correspondence for the exhibit held 1980 Sep 28-Nov 02.
Box 21, Folder 28

June Wayne: Dorothy Series. 1982 Apr-May.

Box 21, Folder 29

UCLA National Student Printmaking Exhibition. 1981 Apr 7-May 03.

Box 21, Folder 30-32

The Dutch and America/The Netherlands Project. 1982.

Scope and Content

The exhibit was student curated and sponsored in part by the Grunwald Center and the UCLA Museum of Cultural History and presented in the Museum of Cultural History Gallery during 1982 Mar 24-May 02. The folders include background information to the exhibit as well as exhibit correspondence, loan correspondence, checklists, and budget information. The exhibit is sometimes referred to as the "Netherlands Project."
Box 21, Folder 33

The Los Angeles Printmaking Society, One Hundred Prints by Twenty Artists: Seventh National Print Exhibition. 1981.

Scope and Content

This exhibition was co-sponsored by the Grunwald Center and held 1981 Nov 22-1982 Jan 10.
Box 21, Folder 34

Inquiry/Student Curated Grunwald Center Photography Show. 1982.

Scope and Content

The folder contains materials relating to a student curated exhibition of photographs collected by the Grunwald Center and held 1982 Sep 28-Nov 07.
Box 22, Folder 1

The Art of Collecting: Selections from the German prints belonging to Mr. Fred Grunwald. 1956 Mar 05-Apr 25.

Scope and Content

See also box 19 for correspondence.
Box 22, Folder 2

An Exhibition of Master Prints catalogue. 1956 Fall.

Scope and Content

This catalogue announces the establishment of the Grunwald Graphic Arts Foundation within the Dickson Art Center.
Box 22, Folder 3

Return Receipts for Prints Borrowed by the Grunwald Graphic Arts Foundation. c.1956-1966.

Box 22, Folder 4

Exhibition of Prints by Jacques Villon. 1957 Oct 06-Nov 03.

Box 22, Folder 5

Color Prints - The Recent Past. 1957 Nov 11-Dec 11.

Box 22, Folder 6

Kathe Kolwitz. 1957 Dec 15-1958 Jan 15.

Box 22, Folder 7

Master Prints: Collectors Choice. 1958 Jan 20-Mar 03.

Box 22, Folder 8

Contemporary British Printmakers. 1958 Mar 20-Apr 20.

Box 22, Folder 9

Pieter Brueghel, the Elder. 1958 Nov 16-Dec 19.

Box 22, Folder 10

The Special Artist of the American Wars. 1959 Apr 10-Apr 30.

Box 22, Folder 11

Great Printmakers. 1959 Spring.

Box 22, Folder 12

Maitland Collection. 1959 Oct 05-Nov 01.

Box 22, Folder 13

The Still Life in Prints. 1959 Nov 15-Dec 06.

Box 22, Folder 14

Recent Acquisitions: Modern Directions. 1959 Dec 10-1960 Jan 10.

Box 22, Folder 15

Spanish Masters. 1960 Jan 25-Mar 06.

Box 22, Folder 16

The Student Collector. 1960 Mar 20-Apr 10.

Box 22, Folder 17

Whistler: His Graphic Works. 1960 Sep 26-Oct 14.

Box 22, Folder 18

Marc Chagall. 1960 Oct 30-Dec 11.

Box 22, Folder 19

German Expressionism. 1961 Jan 08-Feb 19.

Box 22, Folder 20

French Masters: Rococo to Romanticism. 1961 Mar 05-Apr 18.

Box 22, Folder 21

Contemporary Swedish Prints. 1961 Sep 17-Oct 15.

Box 22, Folder 22

Bonne Fete, Monsieur Picasso. 1961 Oct 25-Nov 12.

Box 22, Folder 23

T hree Graphic Artists from Three Countries: Mario Avati, Horst Janssen, and John Paul Jones. 1962.

Box 22, Folder 24

Old Master Prints-The Development of a University Study Collection. 1963 Jan 07-Feb 10.

Box 22, Folder 25

Primitivism in Modern Graphic Art. 1963 Sep 15-Oct 20.

Box 22, Folder 26

Prints: The Image and the Means. 1964 Jan 12-Feb 16.

Box 22, Folder 27

"Picasso: Linocuts, 1958-1963." 1965 Jan 24-Mar 07.

Box 22, Folder 28

Henri Matisse Retrospective. 1965-1966.

Box 22, Folder 29

The Fred Grunwald Collection: A Memorial Exhibition. 1966 Mar 29-May 01.

Box 22, Folder 30

The Artist Looks at Himself. 1966 Sep 12-Oct 16.

Box 22, Folder 31

Abram Krol. 1966 Oct.

Box 22, Folder 32

The Hopfers of Augsburg: Sixteenth Century Etchers. 1966 Nov 14-Dec 11.

Box 22, Folder 33

Jan Forsberg. 1967 Jan 04-Feb 05.

Box 22, Folder 34

"Mario Avati-Prints from 1957-1967." 1967 Feb 27-Apr 02.

Box 22, Folder 35

Recent Acquisitions: A Selection. 1967 Sep 24-Oct 22.

Box 22, Folder 36

The English Image: An Exhibition of Eight British Print Makers. 1968 Jan 08-Feb 11.

Scope and Content

The eight print makers are: Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, Allen Jones, R.B. Kitaj, Gerald Laing, Eduardo Paolozzi, and Peter Phillips.
Box 22, Folder 37

"Patterns in Prints, 1890-1910." 1968 Mar 03-Mar 31.

Box 22, Folder 38

Landscape: The Artist's View. 1968 Apr 22-May 26.

Box 22, Folder 39

Clinton And Sylvia Roemer Collection: A Selection of Drawings and Prints. 1968 Sep 23-Oct 27.

Box 22, Folder 40

"George Caleb Bingham 1811-1879." 1968 Apr 07-May 19.

Scope and Content

Exhibit organized by the National Collection of Fine Arts Smithsonian Institution.
Box 22, Folder 41

The Graphic Art of Mary Cassatt. 1968 Nov 19-Dec 29.

Scope and Content

The exhibition was organized by the Museum of Graphic Arts in New York.
Box 22, Folders 42-44

Venice Panorama: An Exhibition of Views of Venice in the Graphic Arts from the Late 15th through the 18th Centuries. 1968-1969.

Scope and Content

The exhibition was presented 1969 Feb 24-Mar 30. The folders contain photographs, catalogue copy, and general and loan correspondence.
Box 22, Folder 45

Master Prints of Japan Ukiyo-e-Hanga. 1968-1969.

Scope and Content

This exhibition was organized by the UCLA Art Council in conjunction with the Grunwald Center and curated by Harold Stern of the Freer Gallery of Art, 1969 Apr 13-May 25.
Box 22, Folder 46

German Expressionist Printmakers. 1969 Nov 05-Dec 01.

Box 22, Folder 47

Pierre-Auguste Renoir: A Memorial Exhibition of the Graphic Work with a Selection of His Sculpture. 1969 Dec 08-1970 Feb 01.

Box 26, Folders 1-94

Scene of the Crime. 1995-1997.

Scope and Content

The exhibition initiated by the Fellows of Contemporary Art was guest curated Ralph Rugoff and organized by the UCLA/Hammer Museum to be presented 1997 Jun 30-Oct 05. The files include correspondence, the NEA grant application and requests to publish photographs as well as the education/publicity files and the registration (shipping, condition and receipts) and insurance files. Some files are restricted.
Box 27, Folders 1-7

Master Darwings from Titian to Picasso: The Curtis O. Baer Collection. 1986 Dec 02-1987 Jan 11.

Scope and Content

This exhibition was originally organized by the High Museum of Art, Atlanta. The files include the general correspondence and the business, publicity and shipping and contract files.
Box 27, Folder 8

Grunwald Center: Recent Acquisitions, 1982-1986. 1986.

Box 27, Folders 9-10

Selections from the Grunwald Center: Gifts of the UCLA Art Council. 1986 Nov 25-1987 Jan 04.

Box 27, Folders 11-13

Old Master Drawings, The Feitelson Gift. 1986 Nov 25-1987 Jan 04.

Scope and Content

The files include the correspondence, publicity and catalogue files.
Box 27, Folders 14-42

Foirades/Fizzles: Echo and Allusion in the Art of Jasper Johns. 1987-1989.

Scope and Content

The exhibition was presented at the Wight Gallery 1987 Sep 22-Nov 15. The files include correspondence with Jasper Johns and donors and miscellaneous correspondence as well as the business, grant information, publicity, New Music, symposium and catalogue files, including catalogue essays and check lists. The files also include photographs.