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Title Lamar Dodd, November 29, 2008 - January 24, 2009
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia Exhibition Folders
Date 2008-2009
Type Folder
Catalog Number MOEX 001-059
Creator Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia
Extent of Description One accordion folder
Scope & Content The exhibition folder contains several copies of printed announcement/invitation cards and catalogues and a CD with announcement pdf. Research materials include photocopies of biographical information including resume, exihibitions, articles and reviews, and some printed catalogues/brochures from past exhibitions. Logistical materials include checklists, announcement designs, condition reports, loan agreements and correspondence, insurance documents, and rights and reproduction documents and correspondence.

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-Catalogue, Lamar Dodd, November 29, 2008 - January 24, 2009, Curated by Gudmund Vigtel, MOCA GA, 2008
Biographical History A passionate advocate for the arts and instrumental in the foundation of the University of Georgia's Art Department, painter Lamar Dodd's (1909-1996) body of work spans 70 years. Dodd's styles encompassed naturalism, expressionism and abstract art. This exhibition surveyed the varied periods explored by the artist, highlighting works from LaGrange College’s collection, The Georgia Museum of Art in Athens and works held in private collections. Catalogue contains essay by exhibition Curator Gudmund Vigtel, photography courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The National Gallery of Art, Jerry Siegal, Michael McKelvey, and Jason Thrasher.
People Dodd, Lamar
Vigtel, Gudmund
Access Conditions Access to archives collections is available by appointment.
Parent ObjectID MOEX 001
Copyrights Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. Permission to publish or reproduce is required. Please contact MOCA GA Archives.