|Call Number:||MSS 0099, F0832|
|Language:||Materials entirely in
|Abstract:||American actor and writer Eric Bogosian's two-page critical essay, "The Revolutionary Aesthetic of Beauty," denounces modernist art of the twentieth century and calls for appreciation of paintings in gallery exhibitions by three "soulful artists."|
|Physical Description:||1 item (2 pages)|
|Processing:||Processed and encoded by Christiana Dobrzynski, October 2008. Further encoded by George Apodaca, October 2015. Finding aid prepared using Describing Archives: A Content Standard|
Eric Bogosian is an actor, author, and playwright who was born April 24, 1953, in Boston, Massachusetts.
Bogosian attended the University of Chicago and earned his B.A. from Oberlin College in 1976. Based in New York, he has worked as an actor in stage productions, television shows, and motion pictures. He is the cofounder of Woburn Drama Guild in Woburn, Massachusetts, and the director and founder of the dance program at the Kitchen in New York, NY.
"Eric Bogosian." Contemporary Authors Online reproduced in Literature Resource Center. http://galenet.galegroup.com/servlet/LitRC (accessed September 2008).
American actor and writer Eric Bogosian's two-page critical essay, "The Revolutionary Aesthetic of Beauty," denounces modernist art of the twentieth century and calls for appreciation of paintings in gallery exhibitions by three "soulful artists." These artists are Michael Zwack and Mark Innerst (Borgenecht on Fifth Avenue) and Troy Brauntuch (Mary Boone). The essay is signed and dated 1984, and accompanied by an envelpe addressed to "Jeff S. - Art & Antiques."
Box 55, F0832: Shelved in SPEC MSS 0099 manuscript boxes.
The collection is open for research.
MSS 0099, F0832, Eric Bogosian, The revolutionary aesthetic of beauty : essay, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, Newark, Delaware.
This item forms part of MSS 0099 Miscellaneous Literary and Historical Manuscripts.
Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. Permission to publish or reproduce is required from the copyright holder. Please contact Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, http://library.udel.edu/spec/askspec/
|The Revolutionary Aesthetic of Beauty : essay, 1984||1 item (2 p.) with envelope||Box 55, F0832|