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Writings with related papers, 1978-2009

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Files containing loose sheets of writings including faxes, draft letters, thoughts and artists statements on professional and personal matters, with related sketches, notes, correspondence, press-cuttings and images.

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JBF/1/2.38

Writings with related papers (February 1997 – June 1998), 1997-1998

Date Range
1997-1998
Extent
1 folder
Extent
1 folder
Scope and Content

Notes and writings composed in Amsterdam, Dublin and Cambridge.

Note for fax to Veronica Hammett of Waddington Galleries, in regard to the Barry Flannagan logo (23 January 1998). Note for fax to Tim Hughes with mention of a party in Amsterdam. Note for fax to Annu [Casbolt], assistant to Barry Flanagan with mention of curator and assistant Gabriela Salgado. Note with reference to the schooling of children. Fax notes to [screenwriter] Andrew Finlay.

Notes for fax to printmaker Kip Gresham (7 February 1997) with an invitation to come to Cambridge. Fax note to Jim Dine. Note for fax to ‘Kate’ with reference to passing on Barry Flanagan’s contact details to ‘David’. Note to Miguel [Barcelo] with reference to Tim Craig and [John] Berger (24 March 1998). Notes for faxes with reference to Richard Gray Gallery Chicago, (28th March 1998). Annotated copy of faxed letter from Paul Gray, Richard Gray Gallery (30 March 1998) regarding opening of solo exhibition ‘Barry Flanagan Sculpture’ (1998).

Note about roast plums as dessert with reference to Chapter One [restaurant in Dublin]. Note to art critic and exhibition organiser Enrique Juncosa (26 March 1998). Note to Dr Richards with reference to ‘Miro’ (24 April 1998). Note addressed ‘[Dear] All’ with reference to frailty, authorship, drawing and music. Note addressed ‘Dear Lady’ with reference to Honmura [restaurant in NYC]. Note to ‘Mr B’ referencing Flanagan’s son Alfred’s questioning of the meaning of signature, with reference to Picasso and Rembrandt. Card with the Barry Flanangan logo with spiral motif numbered 5/5.

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