|Title||Benny Andrews: A Georgia Artist Comes Home - July 7 - September 15, 2007|
|Collection||Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia Exhibition Folders|
|Catalog Number||MOEX 001-047|
|Creator||Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia|
|Extent of Description||One accordion folder|
|Scope & Content||
The exhibition folder includes several copies of printed announcement/invitation cards and exhibition catalogues, and a copy of a press release. Exhibition research materials include photocopies of biographical information, past reviews, newspaper and magazine articles, and several copies of Andrew's group and solo exhibtions during his lifetime.
Planning materials include: correspondance and programming information for grant funding, certificates of insurance, applications to the Visual Artists and Galleries Association and other institutions for photo reproduction, correspondance regarding reproduction of works and the creation of the catalogue, colored photocopies of artwork, gallery specs, numerous checklists of artworks and lenders. There are condition reports for all objects, loan agreements and logistical correspondance for loans.
Media linked files
-Catalogue, Benny Andrews: A Georgia Artist Comes Home, Madison Morgan Cultural Center, June 26- August 15, 2007 & Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, July 7 - September 15, 2007, MOCA GA, 2007
|Biographical History||One of Georgia’s leading African-American artists, Benny Andrews (1930-2006) was a renowned artist, teacher, author, activist, and advocate of the arts. This exhibition was organized in two parts for viewing at both the Museum of Contemporary Art of Geogia and the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center in Madison, GA, the artist's hometown. The exhibition included works from private, corporate, and museum collections throughout Georgia and was curated by Louisa McIntosh. Catalogue includes remarks by John Lewis, from Andrew's memorial service and comments by Wayne Vason, with photography by Jerry Siegel and Michael McKelvey.|
|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.|