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Image Peter Galassi to Bonnie Lambert
by Peter Galassi published Mar 02, 1977 last modified Feb 27, 2013 12:47 PM — filed under: , ,
28 Feb 77 NYC I'm glad to hear you're enjoying L.A. (I like your Watts Towers pic; incidentally, now that I have your bound picture framed, everybody admires it. Susan [Jonny's wife. that one] noted its similarity to a Tina Modotti [in the MOMA show] of A Marionetteer's hands—all bound w/ strings.) We had a break in the cold—it was 60º on Saturday and everybody was bopping around. But it's back to 30 today. Dave Freund is part of a 5-man show at the Old Public School that is now the classiest art place in town. Haven't seen him or the show yet. Love, Pete Good luck on your gallery job!
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Image Peter Galassi to Bonnie Lambert
by Peter Galassi published Apr 09, 1977 last modified Feb 27, 2013 12:48 PM — filed under: , , , , ,
8 April 77 NYC [In case you didn't guess, this pic is about love] Dear Bonnie—You made it into Light Gallery sooner than you thought; as a subject in a Dave Freund picture (you're seen mostly from behind—but unmistakably you—and a girl cut in half on a porch on the right). The show is not bad—that VERY delicate sensibility; my only objection is that technically they're a little sloppy: fuzzy & grainy which is bad for all the delicate stuff. But still pretty good. Dave seems happy & we had a nice talk at the openning [sic], and that Harold [Jones] produced some sort of elegant demonstration. Does the show look good? Nice frames? The [Robert] Rauschenberg show here is marvelous—what's terrific is that he was willing to try anything. Jonnie & Susan, back from England, send love. P.
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Image Dave Freund to Bonnie Lambert and Marshall Mayer
by Dave Freund published Jan 10, 1978 last modified Oct 06, 2012 06:49 PM — filed under: , ,
Dear Bonnie & Marshall—Are you there? Finally a punk enuf day here to get right to Christmas cards. And Happy New Year ones, too—What're you doing? Here I've redone my apt & redone my car—my life to follow soon, w/any luck. Been good year—NEA lottery winner & school gave me tenure. And my pea soup came out real good—need cozy smells on rainy days. Ah vacations—don't send me back to school, I'll confess—Love Dave
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Image Dave Freund to Bonnie Lambert
by Dave Freund published Dec 04, 1977 last modified Jan 27, 2013 05:10 PM — filed under: , , ,
Dear Bonnie—Mmm, well, here at last—& r u still there? Since yr delicate desert postal I've been to England, redone my apt & car (in 1977 Cadillac green)—but still the same personality-wise—no-no NEA is gonna make ME stuck up. What're you DOIN out there? Ah, them Calif days, blurry all. Sandy Hume's comin out to NYC—staying here a couple of days—will find out all the latest. Spoke to Teaneck High School yesterday. Topic: "Carreers [sic] in Fine Artz". "There aren't any," I said. & further that there couldn't be. The vocational counselor said I was real good—can't think why. Hope yr. happy in the sun & so is Marshall [Mayer]. howdy—& MERRY CHRISTMAS, even Love, Dave
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Image Dave Freund to Bonnie Lambert
by Dave Freund published Jan 01, 1974 last modified Jan 27, 2013 09:10 AM — filed under: , ,
Dear Bonnie—Glad to hear teaching suits you—I sure didn't have such a good response at first. Thanks for the swell card. It's displayed prominently. I've lately gotten acquisitive & am collecting photo PC's like an anteater collects ants: "slurp!" I think it's a phase. But fun. Pressing less hard in the teaching, enjoying it more. If I wuz rich we'd all have a weekend in someplace like this pitcher. Love, Dave
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Image Andrea Jennison to Bonnie Lambert and Ellen Manchester
by Andrea Jennison published Sep 17, 1975 last modified Jan 27, 2013 05:43 PM — filed under: , , ,
COLD—COLD—COLD—ICE Threats of frost every nite. We'll be starting back Sunday. Be home if all goes well by Wed. Found a lovely portrait of nurses around turn of century (I think). Had a great time in N.Y.C. Dave Freund very helpful & very busy. Good to see the "other side" of N.Y.C. Pruned many bushes yesterday. Trying to finish a skirt. Love—Andrea (Tom & Togo send love too)
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Image Dave Freund to Kenda North and Wilson Meader
by Dave Freund published Jan 01, 1975 last modified Apr 10, 2014 12:07 PM — filed under: , ,
Dear Kenda & Wilson—Hope you have a wonder season—I'll be out there at my sister's—will call you. Maybe we can get together if you're in town. My New Year's news is that Claudia is coming out for a year's "trial marriage," or whatever euphemism. Gulp. Love, Dave
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Image Bonnie Lambert to Dave Freund
by Bonnie Lambert published Jun 01, 1976 last modified Mar 06, 2013 01:48 PM — filed under: , ,
Dear Dave—Have we found a bar for you! The Zanzabar. Very cowboy. A bull-rider in a white hat asked me to dance: "Where you from?" "Boulder." "I bought a pickup in Boulder. You a college girl?" "Yes." "I thought so; you look pretty smart. Can I take you home tonight?" "No." "Why not? I'll probably never see you again." "Right." See you in Aug. Bonnie
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Image Bonnie Lambert and Peter Galassi to Dave Freund
by Bonnie Lambert published Jul 27, 1974 last modified Mar 08, 2013 04:58 PM — filed under: , ,
Rochester-by-the-sea July 26 [text from Peter] Bet you never made any 3-D cards! Hope your summer of freedom is fun. I missed you when I was in NYC—where I totally muffed my lengthly interview w/MOMA—though still haven't received final word. Best, Peter [text from Bonnie] David—When one is writing on the ocean it gets a little squiggly. In a week I am leaving for Montana & Colo. What have you been doing? On Sat. we are going to hear Benny Goodman. xo Bonnie
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Image Ellen Manchester, Bonnie Lambert and Gary Metz to Dave Freund
by Ellen Manchester published May 27, 1975 last modified Mar 17, 2013 09:14 AM — filed under: , , , ,
[text from Bonnie] Wish you were here to enjoy the sun. B. [text from Ellen] Dear Dave—We forgot our coats & ties, so they wouldn't let us in here! Oh well, we are still welcome at Carl's counter. Lots of new buildings, people, etc.—but of course lots of groovy food, bars and shops. Saw Ralph [Wolff] last night. He seems really well. Ivan's [?] still sitting on his front step. HAPPY EXHIBITION—we'll be thinking of you. Ellen, Gary + Bonnie
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