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Cutts, Simon, 1944-



  • Existence: 1944-



Found in 194 Collections and/or Records:

A.F.V.T. / Finlay, Ian Hamilton; Cutts, Simon., 1973

Identifier: CC-11980-12203
Scope and Contents

The title is an acronym for Armoured Fighting Vehicle Tea. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1973

Allotments / Finlay, Ian Hamilton ; Gardner, Ian ; Cutts S ; Mills S., 1970

Identifier: CC-11714-11932
Scope and Contents

Gardner iIlustrates eight brief poems by Ian Hamilton Finlay (3), Stuart Mills (2), and Simon Cutts (3) with abstract colored designs on facing pages. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1970

Archive for Poems Written Upon The Breath A Claudel Varient: Projected Sundial / Finlay, Ian Hamilton; Harvey, Michael; Thorpe, John R.; Harvey M; Cutts S; Lassus B; Gardner I., 1973 - 1974

Identifier: CC-12723-12972
Scope and Contents In March 1973, Finlay writes to Stephen Bann to compliment him on an account of a Tarasque weekend and to discuss a poem in French by Claudel, from "100 Phrases for Fans," that had been translated and sent to him by Edward Lucie-Smith. He encloses a copy of this poem which he retyped with his own modifications as well as a letter from Smith. Finlay requests Bann's opinion as to the appropriateness for him to interpret the poem's layout as a sundial inscription and of Finlay's rendition. Still in March 1973, Finlay writes to Edward Lucie-Smith for clarification of Claudel's poem that he had sent to Finlay previously. The poem reads Fan (opposite page), Poems written upon the breath. Finlay asks Smith as to why "Fan" is on the opposite page and why the words have been split. Finlay wonders whether the disjointed words equate to a fan-picture when the fan is closed and if the phrase in the poem, "written upon a breath" signifies that the fan makes a little breathing. Bann responds to...
Dates: 1973 - 1974

Archive for Trailblazers / Finlay, Ian Hamilton; Tissiman, C.; Warhol A; Cutts S; Schwitters K; Corman C; Beckett S; Roth D., 1975

Identifier: CC-12577-12809
Scope and Contents

The small drawings of airplanes with typed captions were done by Tissiman who signed the perforated page from which the drawings were cut. The drawings in turn were taped to each page in the booklet. The single page in Finlay's handwriting lists the text for the pages of the booklet. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1975

Arlington Quadro (Quadlog) / Ernesto M. de Melo e Castro, curator ; Charles Verey, curator ; Houedard DS ; Cutts S ; Finlay IH ; Furnival J ; Lijn L ; Mayer P ; McCarthy C ; Mills S ; Morgan E ; Phillips T ; Sharkey JJ ; Hatherly A ; Cox K ; Cobbing B ; Edmonds T ; Hall J ; Aragao A ; Marques JA ; Breakwell I ; Wells T ; Murphy H., 1968

Identifier: CC-26859-27330
Scope and Contents

This is the exhibition catalogue of British and Portuguese concrete poetry and related work held from August to September, 1968. Each book including this one contains an original typing by Cavan McCarthy. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1968

ArtistBook International, 1st / Loewy F ; Phillpot C ; Gunther T ; Rolo J ; Cutts S ; Voss J ; Mutel D ; Brossa J ; Castleberry M ; Castleman R ; Moeglin-Delcroix A ; Ray M ; Ringgold F ; Warhol A., 1994

Identifier: CC-27602-28679
Scope and Contents

The event that was documented by this catalogue was organized by Ric Gadella and Florence Loewy. The catalogue included an annotated listing of the illustrated books by Henri Matisse and offerings by commercial art galleries and bookshops. Clive Phillpot wrote "Booktrek: The Next Frontier," in which he described the influence of the paperback book on artists books. May Castleberry provided an historic essay on children's books by American artists and mentioned Man Ray, Andy Warhol, and Faith Ringgold. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1994

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Minimalist poetry 52
Conventional poetry 39
Concrete poetry 38
Picture poetry 25
Visual art 21