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Morgan, Robert C., 1943-

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1943-

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Art Line Do Not Cross / Ricciardi, Angelo; Gordon C; Kahn R; Fierens L; Morgan R., 2004

 Item
Identifier: CC-42737-44756
Scope and Contents

The cover photo is a Richard Hamilton's famous pop art collage with the added sign, Art Line Do Not Cross. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2004

Art Line Do Not Cross / Ricciardi, Angelo ; Gordon C ; Kahn R ; Fierens L ; Morgan R ; Hamilton R ; Ball H ; Mondrian P ; Duchamp M., 2004

 Item
Identifier: CC-42738-44757
Scope and Contents

Ricciardi appropriated images by earlier artists and received images from contemporary artists that he affixed the label, "Art Line Do Not Cross." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2004

Brain Cell: No.82 / Cohen, Ryosuke; Dogfish; Harley; Morgan R; Nurenberg P; Groh K; Mittendorf H; Crozier R; Pilcher BE; Rehfeldt R; Cavellini GA; Ladra A; Beltrametti F; Nikonova R; Duquette M; Summers R; Nyman K; Cohen R., 1988

 Item
Identifier: CC-52718-73855
Scope and Contents

This broadside in an unfolded state together with other Ryosuke Cohen's Brain Cells and cards are stored in a large green & black folder. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1988

Brain Cell: No.93 / Cohen, Ryosuke; Creative Thing; Nurenberg P; Morgan R; Held Jjr; Barbot F; Barbot G; Fallico A; Greenberger D; Weber FJ; Mittendorf H; Groh K; Ciani P; Maggi R; Summers R; Bentos A; Segay S; Allen B; Cohen R., 1988

 Item
Identifier: CC-52729-73866
Scope and Contents

This broadside in an unfolded state together with other Ryosuke Cohen's Brain Cells and cards are stored in a large green & black folder. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1988

The End of the Art World / Morgan, Robert C.., 1996

 Item
Identifier: CC-30367-31782
Scope and Contents

This essay attempts to define and clarify the role of the artist in the Postmodern and electronic art world. The author writes that " the dialogue between artists will become essential to the task of identifying the evolving possibilities for art in the future...Quality in art can no longer be dismissed, and it can no longer be confused with privilege. It is a matter of a heightened sensory cognition...Being an artist today is to offer a purposeful and deeply intuitive resistance to the enormous influx of cultural programming that has become an assumed liability on the information superhighway." The translations are printed with two front covers and the texts are upside down, -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1996