A massive collection of 20th-century art ephemera is ready for research.Read More
Author: Isabella Zuralski
As senior special collections cataloger at the Getty Research Institute, I write finding aids for archival collections and catalog prints and drawings for the Research Library. I've written finding aids for numerous collections, including the Wassily Kandinsky papers, the Wilhelm Arntz papers, the Julius S. Held papers, the Heim Gallery records, the Albert Renger-Patzsch papers, the Galerie Schmela records, and a collection on Bauhaus typography. I am currently writing the finding aid for the G. Cramer Oude Kunst gallery records. I've also cataloged European prints, as well as rare books from the library's collections on festivals, and I am a member of the library's bibliography team. I earned my PhD in art history in 1984 from the University of Cologne, Germany, and joined the Getty Research Institute in 1989 after working in the antiquarian book trade.
Letters and records reveal rare information about the art market during World War II.Read More
A glimpse inside the process of Matta-Clark’s cutouts.Read More
An unusual set of cards by Richard Tuttle emerges in the archives.Read More