A small collection of letters and documents relating to the work of the British Fluxus artist Robin Crozier during the period 1970 – 1974. The group consists of
two handwritten letters to Crozier relating to putative exhibitions, one in England and the other from the journal Lotta Poetica mentioning a part publication in Lotta Poetica nr 7;
one typed letter from Roy Nicholson relating to Crozier’s participation in an Arts Spectrum north even and publication;
eleven, differently sized, rather browned newspaper clippings mentioning Crozier and his “Draw More Ducks” project and also his Leda and the Swan exhibition in the Bookshop Gallery in 171 complete with a photograph captioned thus: “Miss Helen Frakenthal of Victoria Avenue, Sunderland admires one of the girlie drawings in the latest Robin Crozier exhibition”!;
two hand-written (by the artist) transcriptions of other reviews of Crozier’s work from the Evening Chronicle of 1971;
a double page of handwritten text with small sketchy drawings of a girl stripping off;
four additional pages of hand-written texts by Crozier all relating to his thoughts behind the Leda and the Swan works including a full price list for the various titles with sizes of canvas,
a printed small work LEDA / OVER / VERS / ERSE / ROOT with an erotic text by the artist
a small single page 28 x 17cm, approx work in pencil and newspaper transfer this is entitled “TRIALS FOR LEDA COLLAGE” and is effectively a sketch for the larger work.
A small collection of items relating to one of the few active Fluxateers working within the British art scene.
Price is for all 22 documents as a group.
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