2.30 linear feet (3 boxes) electronic records
Carol Hepper is a New York based and nationally recognized artist, she is widely known for her use of non-traditional materials to produce sinuous sculpture and drawings. This collection is composed mainly of gallery invitations, exhibition catalogs, reviews and some press material related to the career of Carol Hepper.
Born in 1953, Carol Hepper was brought up in McLaughlin, South Dakota, and received a B.S. in 1975 from South Dakota State University. She gained national prominence through her inclusion in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum's 1983 exhibition, New Perspectives in American Art, and moved to New York City in 1985. Her work has also been exhibited at the Orlando Art Museum, Worcester Art Museum, Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, The Phillips Collection, Walter art Center, and the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Her work is represented in collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Detroit Institute of Arts, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Dannheisser Foundation, among others. Carol Hepper has been Visiting Lecturer at Brandeis University, Princeton University, the Maryland Art Institute, Rhode Island School of Design, and the School of Visual Arts.
Composed mainly of gallery invitations, exhibition catalogs, reviews and some press material related to the career of Carol Hepper.
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South Dakota State University Archives and Special Collections, Hilton M. Briggs Library, Brookings, South Dakota.
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SDSU Archives and Special Collections, Hilton M. Briggs Library, "Carol Hepper Collection" (2018). Manuscript Archive. 43.