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San Francisco Artspace collection
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The San Francisco Artspace collection consists of correspondence, exhibition catalogs, flyers, booklets, photographs, slides, newspaper clippings, publications, copies of books published by Artspace and other materials.
San Francisco Artspace was a non-profit art gallery and video production facility founded by Anne MacDonald in 1986. Artspace worked with artists and writers to host exhibitions and to produce artworks, films, and books. Artspace Books, which later moved to New York, published books as well as Shift, an arts and literary quarterly magazine.
13 Linear Feet (25 manuscript boxes, two flat boxes, and three map folders)
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