Posts Tagged “Henry Hopkins”

5 Questions: Peggy Tran-Le

08.16.2013  |  By
Filed under: 151 3rd, Projects/Series

This summer, we’re taking our Five Questions series around the office and finding out more about SFMOMA staff members and what’s changed for them now that we’re under construction. Today we’re talking to Peggy Tran-Le, Archivist/Records Manager.

Please describe your job in three sentences or less:

I have two separate jobs as archivist and records manager. As archivist, I am responsible for preserving the institutional records for the museum and making them available to researchers. As records manager, I am responsible f... More

“Works by the Late Bruce Conner” – (Part 2)

07.11.2008  |  By
Filed under: Essay

[from guest writer Julian Myers]

“I quit the art business in 1967 for about three years… At that time, whenever I’d get any letters about art related events, I’d send them back or throw them out. Sometimes, I’d write deceased on them. I was listed in Who’s Who in American Art and I sent back all their correspondence with “Deceased.” After three years, Who’s Who believed me… So the artist is definitely dead.”

On Monday, July 7, 2008, Bruce Conner died in San Francisco. It wasn’... More