The exhibition poster for Helen Frankenthaler's April 6-25, 1968 exhibit at the André Emmerich Gallery in New York. Hand addressed by Frankenthaler to the one of the most influential curators of modern American art, Dorothy MiIler of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Miller was MoMA's first professionally trained curator and from 1942 to 1963 organized the important series of "Americans" exhibitions, introducing a total of 90 American artists to the public, many of whom went on to become the great artists of the 20th Century. Miller also curated the influential international touring exhibit, The New American Painting, which traveled to eight countries and changed Europe's perception of American art, introducing abstract expressionism to an international audience.
Also with Helen Frankenthaler's address rubber stamped in ink on verso showing her address of 173 East 94th St. in New York. With a postage meter stamp of "N.Y. Grand Central Sta." and dated 1968. In the following year, Frankenthaler would have a major museum exhibit at The Whitney Museum of American Art. With a copyright of 1968 in lower right corner along with the phrase "Poster Originals Limited #73". A second edition of this print was produced in 1974 (and noted as a second edition). Item #1321.
Condition: Very Good, folded as issued and mailed; some light edgewear and some additional soft creasing extending from folds; round mailing tabs/stickers still attached; a tiny pinpoint-sized hole at the center point of the far right fold; the postage stamp has been removed; the print is crisp and bright with no fading.