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Choice Circus Memorabilia Assembled ‘Circus And The City: 1793-2010’
rom humble beginnings, the circus grew into the most popular form of entertainment in the United States. Posters and other memorabilia of the iconic entertainment spectacles has always been a favorite with collectors. A special exhibition at The Bard Graduate Center in New York City, is focusing on the impact of the circus on that city. Birdcage hat worn by Felix Adler, ca. 1940-50. Circus World Museum, CWi-2629.
From September 21, 2012, to February 3, 2013, the Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture (BGC) presents “Circus and the City: New York, 1793-2010,” an exhibition that uses New York City as a lens through which to explore the extraordinary development and dazzling pageantry of the American circus. Through a wide variety of ephemera, images, and artifacts, the exhibition documents the history of the circus in the city, from the seminal equestrian displays of the late eighteenth century through the iconic late nineteenth-century American railroad circus to the Big Apple Circus of today. By the turn of the twentieth century, New York City was its most important market and the place where cutting-edge circus performances and exhibitions were introduced to the nation. Curated by Matthew Wittmann, a curatorial fellow at the BGC, “Circus and the City: New York, 1793-2010” features more than two hundred objects and images selected from both local and national collections, including the New-York Historical Society, the International Center of Photography, the Somers Historical Society, the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, the New York State Museum, the Circus World Museum, the Barnum Museum, the Library of Congress, the Witte Museum, and the Shelburne Museum. The exhibition begins by looking at how the advent and growth of the American circus
breadth of his endeavors, from his early years with Barnum’s American Museum to his triumphant entry into the circus business in the early 1870s. Advertising and artifacts from this era demonstrate how the American circus evolved from modest beginnings into the celebrated and massive railroad circuses of the late nineteenth century and reveal the signature role that New con- York City played in this process. sisted of displays of equestrian skill. In the decades that followed, a variety of transitory circuses and menageries sprang up to entertain the burgeoning population. By mid-century, more permanent circus venues featuring a mix of equestrian, animal, and acrobatic acts were established. Although a succession of influential impresarios, such as Dan Rice and Lewis B. Lent, were transforming the circus business in the Striped pants, worn by Dan Rice, ca. 1860s. Hertzberg Circus Collection of the Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas.
United States, no figure was more important to the New York’s
Wagon wheel, late 19th century. Painted wood and metal. Somers Historical Society, 2005.68. Photographer: Bruce White.
paralleled New York City’s rise as a cultural capital during the nineteenth century. This story begins in the fall of 1793, when John Bill Ricketts, a Scotsman, opened the first circus on Greenwich Street with performances that primarily
emerging popular entertainment industry than Phineas Taylor Barnum (1810–1891). Loans from the Barnum Museum illustrate the
has visited Madison Square Garden every spring. This section consists of displays about the first visit of the Ringling Brothers to New York City in 1909; the WPA Circus during the Great Depression; Arthur Feelig’s (aka Weegee) circus photography; and works of art by Walt Kuhn, Milton Avery, and other New York City artists who were inspired by the circus. A final section of the exhibition is devoted to the performers who so thrilled New York audiences, featuring the animal trainer Clyde Beatty, the high-wire aerialist Karl Wallenda, the equestrienne May Wirth, and the clown Felix Adler. Overall, “Circus and the City” promises to be one of the grandest exhibitions about the American circus ever mounted, and it offers a compelling look at how New York City influ“Jumbo the Children’s Giant Pet,” 1882. Poster, enced and inspired printed by the Hatch Lithographic Company, this iconic form of popular New York. Collection of the John and Mable American Ringling Museum of Art, Tibbals Collection, entertainment. ht2004500. The Bard The Graduate Center has known as “Jumbomania,” exhibiwhich was a boon to the cir- published an illustrated catalogue tion also cus business and generated a with an extended essay by curator features a deluge of ephemera and Matthew Wittmann tracing the hisseries of thetory of the circus in New York City memorabilia. matic disPerhaps the most and highlighting its evolving role p l a y s noted legacy of the American in the city’s cultural landscape. a b o u t circus is the plethora of brightly This catalogue also features parades, music, toys, elephants, colored posters that were put up all entries on noteworthy objects, posters, and other aspects of the circus business. These displays include wonderful prints and photographs of circuses parading through the city in different eras, as well as impressive wooden carvings by Samuel A. Robb, New York’s preeminent manufactur- P.T. Barnum’s Museum and Menagerie Whole Ticket, 1871. Collection of the er of show Barnum Museum, EL1988.22.1. Photographer: Paul Mutino. and shop figures. “Circus and the over the city whenever a circus including spectacular color letterCity” explores the partic- was in town. Indeed, the Bard press and chromolithograph ular appeal that the circus exhibition delineates the history of posters specially conserved for the held for children, as the large show printing in New York, and exhibition and giving the history number of toys and books pro- features many fine examples of of a few of the more unusual duced by the McLoughin Bros. this industrial art. items, such as Leonard Volk’s and other companies attests. The Finally, the exhibition takes marble bust of Dan Rice and a ridstar of the elephant section is the story of the circus and the city ing jacket fitted for a monkey Jumbo, the African elephant that through the twentieth century by equestrian act. An illustrated arrived in New York Harbor in focusing on the Ringling Bros. and checklist provides an overall look 1882 and touched off a craze Barnum & Bailey Circus, which (Continued on page 2)
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at the range of objects included in the exhibition. In conjunction with the exhibition, the BGC has published, with Yale University Press, The American Circus, a collection of essays about the history of the circus in the United States. This interdisciplinary volume includes contributions by renowned experts from various disciplines that reveal the historical and intellectual complexity of the circus. Edited by Susan Weber, Kenneth L. Ames, and Matthew Wittmann, this publication ranges Children at WPA festival in Sheep Meadow, Central Park, May 2, 1936. Photograph. Prints & Photographs Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Time in New York, Ringling Bros’ widely from thematic “First World’s Greatest Shows, The Greatest Show explorations of circus Ever Seen in New York,” 1909. Two-tone lith- “Nixon & Co.’s Mammoth Circus: The Great music and elephants to ograph poster, printed by the Donaldson Australian Rider James Melville as He Appeared more narrowly focused Lithographic Co., Newport, N.Y. Collection Before the Press of New York in His Opening studies of such objects as of the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Rehearsal at Niblo’s Garden,” 1859. Poster, printed by Sarony, Major, & Knapp, New York. Courtesy, circus toys, tents, and cos- Art, Tibbals Collection, ht2001294. American Antiquarian Society. tumes. With contributions from Leon Botstein, Janet government-sponsored WPA tion with Gallery hours are Tuesday Davis, Fred Dahlinger, and Circus of the 1930s. Together the exhibition. For more through Sunday from 11 a.m. other leading scholars from these two volumes mark an information, call (212) 501- to 5 p.m. and Thursday from universities and museums important advance in under- 3011 or e-mail 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more around the country, this publi- standing the complex and cul- email@example.com. information about the Bard cation also examines the turally significant history of The Bard Graduate Center Graduate Center and upcomtransnational history of the the American circus. Gallery is located in New ing exhibitions, visit American Circus in Victorian Lectures, study days, York City at 18 West 86th bgc.bard.edu. Britain, the Americanization gallery talks, and conversa- Street, between Central Park May Wirth. Photograph. Collection of the John and Mable of the circus clown, and the tions are offered in conjunc- West and Columbus Avenue. Ringling Museum of Art, Tibbals Collection, ht0004443.
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