The O’Donnell Institute supports research that documents artists’ visual and textual practices.
In collaboration with the Wildenstein Plattner Institute, Inc. (WPI) in Paris, O’Donnell Institute Founding Director Richard R. Brettell heads research for the multi-volume catalogue raisonné of the artist Paul Gauguin.
The O’Donnell Institute collaborates with The Wilcox Space to exhibit and catalogue the work of the painter John Wilcox.
The Carolyn Brown Archive documents the fifty-year career of Dallas-based photographer Carolyn Brown.
The first comprehensive digital archive of French sculpture in America.
In writings ranging from journals and letters to workshop manuals, autobiographies, and poems, visual artists turn to text to describe the materials and techniques of their practice.
James Magee’s site-based project, The Hill, in far west Texas.