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Bartlett, Jennifer, 1941-

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1941-

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

Auto Portrait: The Calligraphy of Power / Acconci V; Bartlett J; Colo P; Danto A; Giorno J; Holzer J; Komar & Melamid; LeWitt S; Ligon G; Messager A; Ono Y; Rauschenberg R; Reichek E; Schneemann C; Spiegelman A; Weiner L., 1997

 Item
Identifier: CC-40578-42551
Scope and Contents

This is an exhibition "exploring the forms and power of the autograph/signature. It investigates the autograph as a drawing, self-portrait, pop fetish and social contract." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1997

[Check List of 560 Broadway] / Kramarsky, Wynn, collector ; Bartlett J ; Smithson R ; Andre C ; Nauman B ; Bochner M ; LeWitt S ; Cage J ; Conner B ; McClure S ; Strafella A ; Johns J ; Ruscha E ; Marden B., 2006

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Identifier: CC-44700-46866
Scope and Contents

This check list was obtained by the Sackners from Kramarsky, one of America's most outstanding drawing collectors, on a visit to his space in New York city. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2006

Contemporary Prints / Sotheby's ; Rollins T+KOS ; Bartlett J ; Beuys J ; Darboven H ; Duchamp M ; Alechinsky P ; Johns J ; Beckett S ; Wool C ; Lichtenstein R ; Ray M ; Nauman B ; Warhol A ; Twombly C., 1997

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Identifier: CC-30293-31702
Scope and Contents

Auction catalogue. The Sackners purchased Tim Rollins' portfolio " The Temptation of Saint Antony I-XIV)" from this auction. Duchamp's "The Large Glass and Related Works" and Samuel Beckett and Jasper Johns' "Fizzles," were also offered at this auction. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1997

Dual Muse, The: Symposium Volume / Bartlett J ; Breytenbach B ; Phillips T ; Walcott D ; Cuoco L ; Sackner MA ; Sackner RK ; Drucker J ; Gass W ; Celan P., 1999

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Identifier: CC-32705-34294
Scope and Contents This volume, edited and with an introduction by Lorin Cuoco, accompanied the catalogue for "The Dual Muse: The Writer as Artist-the Artist as Writer" exhibition at the Washington University Gallery of Art. Cuoco writes in the introduction as follows. "We were greatly inspired by the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry in Miami, Florida, where William Gass first saw the work of Tom Phillips, and where the collaborators went to observe for themselves the great treasures of this collecting couple. As a consequence of this visit, Kevin Ray, the head of special collections of Washington University's Olin Library, decided to devote an entire exhibit to Tom Phillips' work on the translation and illustration of Dante's Inferno...We extend our thanks to the lenders of the exhibition and to the museums and galleries that provided the permission and reproductions for this volume. The greatest debt, though, is to Ruth and Marvin Sackner for their constant generosity...
Dates: 1999

Dual Muse, The: The Artist as Writer, the Writer as Artist / J Drucker ; J Bartlett ; RK Sackner ; MA Sackner ; T Phillips ; W Gass, 1997

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Identifier: CC-29368-30733
Scope and Contents

This announcement brochure of the exhibition and symposium at Washinton University Art Museum was made in conjunction with the International Writers Center and Olin Library Special Collections. The Sackners lent 22 pictures and books to the exhibition and participated in a panel discussion. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1997

Dual Muse, The: The Artist as Writer, the Writer as Artist: Program / William H. Gass, editor ; T Phillips ; K Ray ; J Bartlett, 1997

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Identifier: CC-29112-30457
Scope and Contents

The folder was presented to the participants of the exhibition and symposium at Washinton University Art Museum in conjunction with the International Writers Center and Olin Library Special Collections. The Sackners lent 22 pictures and books to the exhibition and participated in a panel discussion. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1997

Dual Muse: The Writer as Artist - The Artist as Writer / Phillips T; Bartlett J; Gass W; Apollinaire G; Arp H; Artaud A; Barron S; Burroughs WS; Butor M; Carroll L; Caruso L; cummings ee; Davenport G; Ernst M; Forget C; Ginsberg A; Greenaway P; Ionesco E; Jarry A; Joyce J; Kruger B; Lewis WP; Mallarme S; Moreau C; Oldenburg C; Patchen K; Rollins T+KOS; Sarduy S; Seille G; Sackner MA; Sackner RK; Drucker J; Wallcott D., 1997

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Identifier: CC-28379-29575
Scope and Contents

William H. Gass, director of the International Writers Center at Washington University, writes that "the boundaries between the visual and the verbal arts have been crossed often through the centuries, but the bicameral interplay of the verbs and pictorial has never been more pronounced than in our own time. The aim of the Dual Muse will be to discover what the lure of the other art is." The Sackners lent several pictures to the gallery and library exhibitions and were invited to participate in a panel moderated by Johanna Drucker following delivery of an essay by Tom Phillips. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1997

First Impressions: Early Prints by Forty-six Contempoary Artists / Acconci V ; Bartlett J ; Holzer J ; Johns J ; Nauman B ; Oldenburg C ; Rivers L ; Ruscha E ; Wiley WT ; Winters T., 1989

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Identifier: CC-11383-11599
Scope and Contents

Elizabeth Armstrong curated the exhibition and wrote the catalogue essays along with Sheila McGuire. Jennifer Bartlett's print Day and Night (1978), a work held by the Sackner Archive, is documented and reproduced. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1989

Instruction Drawings / Andre C ; Acconci V ; Bartlett J ; Chiari G ; Katz L ; Darboven H., 1981

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Identifier: CC-08443-8610
Scope and Contents

The works in this exhibition were loaned from The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1981

Modern Art Museums: The Surprise Is Gone / Russell, John; Johns J; Andre C; Bartlett J., 1985

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Identifier: CC-31027-32488
Scope and Contents

John Russell contends that "the same few artists dominate all the major contemporary collections...[because] we feel comfortable with what we know, and for better and for worse that sensation is available in full measure in museums of modern art...It is, in fact, the buildings, and not what we see in them, that are full of surprises." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1985

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Visual art 7
Documentation 4
Critical text 3
Conventional poetry 2
Experimental fiction 2