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James Gordon and Elizabeth Palmer Brown Archive at the Roger Brown Study Collection, 1941-1997
The James Gordon and Elizabeth Palmer Brown Archive includes a range of archival materials from all three of Roger Brown’s homes (Chicago, Michigan, California), all given and/or bequeathed to SAIC. The Archive is the primary resource for the study of Roger Brown’s art and life, and includes mate...
Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection, 1960s to present
The Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection was established in 1989 to honor the late Joan Flasch, a bookbinder and artist who worked in a number of positions at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The collection facilitates the in-depth study of artists' publishing practices from the early ...
Randolph Street Gallery Archives, 1979-1988
From 1979 until its closing in 1998, Randolph Street Gallery (RSG) was an experimental, non-traditional, artist-run space in Chicago. Over its twenty-year life, it became a vital and trend-setting force in the world of contemporary art, committed to exploring the social and political issues of th...
Roger Brown Study Collection, 1941-1997
The Roger Brown Study Collection (RBSC) is an “artists’ museum” and special collection of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). The RBSC reflects the Chicago artists’ collecting sensibility encouraged by faculty at SAIC during Brown’s studies there, 1962-1970.