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All This Stuff: Archiving the Artist

ISBN-13: 978-1907471766
ISBN-10: 1907471766
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Judy Vaknin is an archivist and was formerly responsible for the care and management of archives and special collections at Middlesex University. Karyn Stuckey manages the archives and special collections for architects Foster + Partners. She is chair of ARLIS’s Art and Design Archives Committee and secretary of the Architectural Records Section of the International Council of Archives. She was archivist for, and presented and published papers on, George Bernard Shaw, Jocelyn Herbert, and Stanley Kubrick. Victoria Lane is the collections manager for the Black Cultural Archives and was formerly the archivist for Richard Deacon, the Barry Flanagan Estate, the Henry Moore Institute, and the Tate Archive.

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