Access the Archive and Library – The most comprehensive resource on Flanagan’s artistic practice
Not sure how to use the website for your research project? Use our FAQs to find answers.
Our physical archive is comprised of 160 boxes of sketchbooks, diaries, correspondence, writings, photographs and casting records that span the whole of Flanagan’s career from the late 1950s to 2009. Our online archive offers access to this catalogue of records, with 2,500 scanned documents available to view. However for various reasons not all our records are available online. If you are interested in visiting us in person please contact us.
Please contact us at the estate in the first instance as we will be able to advise you whether an artwork is available for loan and if it is whom best to contact.
Our archive and library boasts the most comprehensive collection of research materials relating to Barry Flanagan and his artistic practice. The site includes links between pages for artworks, publications, exhibitions and archive files. Related archival documentation is tied to artworks and exhibitions, while exhibited and published works are connected to shows, books and journals. This interconnectivity encourages exploration and supports countless avenues of research.
We are always looking to develop our records and resources and would be pleased to have your input. Please contact us with any additional information you have on work, exhibitions, events or other aspects of Flanagan’s practice.