The collection of 59 audio tapes records approximately 75 interviews conducted by art historian and critic Phyllis Tuchman
with leading artists such as Carl Andre, Anthony Caro, John Chamberlain, Dan Flavin, Philip Glass, Michael Heizer, Donald
Judd, Roy Lichtenstein, John McCracken, Joan Mitchell, Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela, among
others. Also included are annotated transcriptions of interviews with eight artists.
American art historian and critic Phyllis Tuchman (b. 1947) has written monographs, articles, published interviews and catalog
essays on numerous artists, including Carl Andre, Anthony Caro, Nancy Graves, Bryan Hunt and George Segal. In many cases,
such as the interviews with Carl Andre and Anthony Caro, these texts have become canonical, oft-cited references for the artists.
3.0 linear feet
Library Reproductions and Permissions.
Transcripts are open for use by qualified researchers. Audio recordings are unavailable until reformatted.