Ephemera: Exhibition Posters + Flyers
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The exhibition flyer for the Tàpies exhibit at Martha Jackson Gallery from March 15-April 8, 1961. The word "opening," which appears before the date on the flyer, has been redacted with a black pen, closely matching the black background, possibly because the opening was cancelled.
Condition: Very Good, minor loss of black printing along edges of top left corner and bottom; one word blacked out with marker (as noted above); folded as issued.
A circa 1967 fold-out brochure soliciting charter members for the renovation and new buildings of the Pasadena Art Museum (now the Norton Simon Museum of Art at Pasadena), which opened in November of 1969. The Pasadena Art Museum has played an important role in the history of post-war art, and California art in particular. Walter Hopps, who formed L.A.'s famous Ferus Gallery with Edward Kienholz, was the Director from 1964-1967 and organized the first American retrospective of Marcel Duchamp there in 1963. Includes three items: a fold-out brochure showing architectural.....
The iconic Castelli Gallery poster for Andy Warhol's January 1982 exhibit, with the photograph taken by Hans Namuth of Warhol in front of a Renaissance painting. Namuth is also known as the photographer who made the famous film of Jackson Pollock creating a drip painting by filming from underneath while Pollock painted from above on a large piece of glass.
The painting Warhol is in front of appears to be The Return of the Mother to Her Son (also known as, or translated as, Reconciliation of the Queen.....
The catalog from David Zack’s first solo exhibition (and one of very few solo exhibitions for Zack), which took place at John Armleder’s important Ecart gallery and performance space in Geneva in May/June of 1974. The catalog is a work of correspondence art (issued over a year later in December of 1975) with photocopied drawings, including mailing addresses plus writings by Zack and others, Ray Johnson among them. Zack was a prolific and central, if underappreciated, figure in mail art, and had connections to, and at various times lived in.....