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An oversize exhibition postcard/flyer on heavy cardstock for the second exhibition (November, 1968) at the Paula Cooper Gallery (also claiming to be the first gallery in SoHo). The exhibition featured work by Diao, Di Suvero, Forakis, Ginnever, Huot, Kirschenbaum, Melcher, Myers, Quaytman, Ruda, Shields and Valledor.
Condition: Near Fine, very slight bump to top left corner visible only on the back side of card.
The poster for Sven Lukin's solo exhibition at the Martha Jackson Gallery, New York from May 29-June 22, 1962, with his name printed in green/gold letters (outlined in black) and against a black background. Due to the darkness of the letters and the background, the poster image is difficult to reproduce - the black background printing is actualy consistent overall, and not lighter in the middle as it appears in the item image.The Latvian born Lukin arrived in New York in 1958, and was one of five painters included in.....
The announcement postcard for Andre's exhibition "Four Meditations on the Year 1960" at the Konrad Fischer Gallery in Düsseldorf from July 12-August 12, 1971 (the front of the card states June 1971). The card states exhibit included 20 timbers sized 30cm x 30cm x 150cm each and presumably arranged in the configurations drawn on the front of the card. Addressed to the painter Neill Jenney in New York.
Condition: Fair, soiling, toning and creases to card; 5 pinholes to card at sides and one corner.
Harold Gregor, the Chairman of the Art Department at Chapman College at the time, produced this exhibition as an antagonistic response to the Primary Structures exhibit at the Jewish Museum in New York (1966), and to Carl Andre’s Lever in particular. Everyman’s Infinite Art has been called both a “satirical misreading of minimalism” and as “paralleling the emerging practices of New York conceptual artists,” predating Lawrence Weiner’s Statements by two years and Robert Barry’s Closed Gallery by three years. Everyman’s Infinite Art was recreated in 2011 for the Getty’s series.....
The folded flyer/catalog for Craig Kauffman's exhibitions held at the Pasadena Art Museum in January-March 1970, which also traveled to the University of California Irvine in March-April, 1970. Kauffman was part of the original stable of artists at LA's legendary Ferus Gallery. The flyer features five panels printed on both sides, with a text by Kauffman, an exhibition checklist, and 6 color reproductions of the sprayed acrylic laquer on vaccum-formed plexiglas works (dated between 1965-1969) that he was known for. Unfolds to 37.5"
Condition: Very Good, some toning at edges.....
A clevery-produced flyer for Sven Lukin's May 19-June 13, 1964 exhibition at Pace Gallery, New York, showing the building's elevator buttons and "Lukin" as the destination on the 3rd Floor. The Latvian born Lukin arrived in New York in 1958, and was one of five painters included in "The Shaped Canvas" exhibit at the Guggenheim museum in 1964. His work in the '60s was a hybrid of painting and sculpture with a minimalist aesthetic, yet usually in brillant color combinations of teal, yellow, green, orange or pink. His works are.....
Two rare Steve Reich flyers - one for three performances of music by Reich held March 17, 18 & 19, 1967 at the Park Place Gallery, New York. The other for the group exhibition at Park Place Gallery during the same month (March 1967) which featured Reich's work "Continuous Tape Music". The other artists in the group exhibit were minimalist sculptors Charles Ross ("Prisms and Lenses") and Jerry Foyster ("Mirrors"), and painter Dean Fleming ("Primal Panels").The music performances included works by Reich performed by Philip Corner, Jon Gibson, Arthur Murphy.....
The complete set of four exhibition postcards for the Dwan Gallery's highly-influential "Language Shows," beginning with 1967's "Language to be Looked at and/or Things to be Read" curated by Robert Smithson and Sol LeWitt. The Dwan Gallery was among the first to produce exhibits focusing on language, and the 1967 group show brought together works by Duchamp, Smithson, LeWitt, On Kawara, Jasper Johns, Carl Andre, Picabia and Ad Reinhardt, among others. In the book "Words to Be Looked At: Language in 1960s Art" Liz Kotz writes: "The four exhibitions helped.....