Personal Papers of Ian Breakwell


collection owner: Ian Breakwell, ‘Personal Papers of Ian Breakwell’ 1960s–2005

Available online are items which reflect key periods and themes in Ian Breakwell's work. These include project files relating to works such as 'The Institution', 'Circus', and 'Auditorium', as well as placements and artist-in-residences at Durham Cathedral. There are also notebooks kept by Ian Breakwell which feature diary entries and ideas for works, photographs, correspondence, and audio-visual material.

Details of the remainder of the collection can be found on the Archive catalogue.

Collection Owner
Ian Breakwell 1943–2005
Tate Archive
Presented to Tate Archive by Ian Breakwell, April 2005.
TGA 20054

266 objects in this collection

File labelled, ‘Hidden Cities: Durham’
[c.June 1995–November 2002]
This file consists of documentation relating to Ian Breakwell's contribution to the 'Hidden Cities' project. Ian Breakwell gave a tour of Durham as part of a series of alternative guided tours of British cities, commissioned by The Laboratory at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art. This file includes correspondence, notes and writings, printed ephemera, and press cuttings relating 'Hidden Cities: Durham'.
TGA 20054/4/26/3

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