The Wildenstein Plattner Institute had just added a broad selection of installation images, film negatives, and correspondence to the Wesselmann Papers. The newest Installation Images document some of Wesselmann’s most important shows, from his 1971 Jack Glenn exhibition to his 1993 European retrospective.
The Negatives offer exclusive behind-the-scenes glimpses of Wesselmann at work in the studio and insight to his artistic processes. And the additional 200 letters that can now be accessed on the Correspondence series feature exchanges between scholars, galleries, museums, and collectors.
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