This subseries contains subject files arranged by the artist of material
relating to major and minor exhibitions. Segal's work was featured in
over one hundred one-man exhibitions and over three hundred group
exhibitions within his lifetime. Segal himself was often involved in the
preparation, arrangement, lending, installation and shipping of his
artwork and thus kept files containing the correspondence, invoicing,
insurance, check-lists and photographs that would correspond to these
large and often long-term engagements. He would also provide interviews
for catalog texts and subsequently edit them. Thus the content of these
files is varied and includes travel arrangements, financial accounting
information, shipping invoices, correspondence with various institutions
and private individuals, catalog texts, photographs, records of repair,
and tourist materials.
This subseries is not comprehensive. Researchers interested in a
particular show or correspondent should reference files in 3C: Business
Correspondence by Year dated at least a year prior and a year after the
opening date of a specific exhibition, or for information on exhibits
not listed here.
Folder titles are derived from the name of the host institution and the
year in which the show opened.
Arranged alphabetically by host institution.
Subseries 3D: Exhibitions; 1976-2000; George Segal Papers, Manuscripts Division, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.