Fonds - Susan Whitney Gallery fonds

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Susan Whitney Gallery fonds

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  • 1978-1994 (Creation)

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8.2 m of textual records and other material

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The Susan Whitney Gallery was founded in 1978 in Regina, Saskatchewan, by Susan Whitney. At the time of the founding there were four other shareholders in the venture: Victor Cicansky, Joe Fafard, Jill Rawlinson, and Richard Spafford. Whitney's mother June Whitney, was also a shareholder at one time. Susan Whitney became the sole shareholder sometime in the late 1980s. The mandate of this commercial art gallery is to exhibit and sell contemporary art, including painting, sculpture, tapestry, photography, and furniture, as well as Canadian folk art. The Gallery has participated in a number of international art fairs.

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Fonds consists of files generated by Susan Whitney Gallery Ltd, a private art gallery located in Regina, Saskatchewan. These records relate to the exhibitions and selling of art by such regional artists as Joe Fafard, David Thauberger, Russ yuristy, Bill Lobchuck, Don Proch, and Tony Tascona, among others, and such folk artists as W.C. McCargar, Dmytro Stryjek, and Eva Dennis. Other Canadian and foreign artists are represented. The fonds have been organized into ten series: Art Fairs, Artist files/Artists, Date Books, Financial Records, Globe Theatre, Invitations, Personal, Photographs, Scrapbooks, and Working files/Administration. The first series, Art Fairs, is further subdivided into four subseries: General, ART/LA/Los Angeles International Art Fair, Chicago International Art Exposition, and the Chicago International New Art Forms Exposition.

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Original order maintained as closely as possible.

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Permission of Susan Whitney must be obtained before accessing any files.

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Inventories are available for 85-85, 87-45, 91-14, 94-23, 97-21.

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Includes 696 photographs, 104 slides, 77 negatives, and 53 oversize items (special media from 94-23 not included).

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