7858 Goodland Ave. No. Hollywood, C3a. 9I605 Nov. 16, 1974 William I. Homer Chairman Art History Dept, University of Delaware Newark, Delaware 19711 Dear Dr. Homer aiclosed is a copy of a recent publication for which I am the volunteer editor. The 'Journal' is produced by a new So. Calif, group - the Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art. I thought you might be interested in reading the essay on the Opening Exhibit (Nov. 23) honoring 'Nine Senior Southern California Painters' in light of your up-coming exhibition 'Avant- Garde Painting and Sculpture, 1910-25', I certainly commend you on your inclusion of Lorser Feitelson as his contribution to American painting, I feel, is so great. It was Lorser who told me about your exhibit and I would be most grateful if you would please send me a copy of the catalog for the show whatever it is available - I would be willing to pay if you will let me know the cost, I wish you much success on your endeavors. ^^ 'Fidel Danieli editor, 'Journal' P.S. Note: The cover photograph is of Peter Krajanow's studio, built by him in 1922 on property he bought from Mrs Flora Chandler Weston. Edward Weston's photography studio was next door. I think that tta* modernist art has been produced longer in this studio other in L,A. (continuously)
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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