Robert Taplin

The Young Punch Goes Shopping with His Mother

October 31, 2010, to March 27, 2011

Roman de Salvo

Liquid Ballistic

June 5, 2005, to September 4, 2005

Nina Levy

Big Baby

November 9, 2003, to April 16, 2004

James Grashow

Woodcut Prints

February 10, 1984, to March 25, 1984

Lester Johnson

February 10, 1984, to March 25, 1984

Philip Trager

April 1, 1984, to May 6, 1984

Gabor Peterdi

June 3, 1984, to June 29, 1984

American Neo-Expressionist Prints

May 20, 1984, to September 9, 1984

Arakawa

Recent Drawings

September 22, 1984, to December 30, 1984

Trustee’s Choice and New Acquisitions

January 16, 1983, to May 8, 1983

Oded Halahmy

Recent Bronze Sculpture

January 20, 1983, to May 5, 1983

Changes

May 22, 1983, to September 11, 1983

Andy Warhol in the 80s

September 25, 1983, to December 31, 1983

A Look Back, A Look Forward

January 16, 1982, to April 18, 1982

Homo Sapiens

The Many Images

May 9, 1982, to September 5, 1982

postMINIMALism

September 19, 1982, to December 19, 1982

​Vito Acconci, Laurie Anderson, Carl Andre, Siah Armajani, Richard Artschwager, Alice Aycock, John Baldessari, Robert Barry, Bernhard and Hilla Becher, Mel Bochner, Lynda Benglis, Scott Burton, Daniel Buren, Christo, Peter Campus, Hanne Darboven, Jan Dibbets, Jackie Ferrara, Hermine Freed, Hamish Fulton, Gilbert and George, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Robert Grosvenor, Michael Heizer, Nancy Holt, Douglas Huebler, Ralph Humphrey, Will Insley, Joan Jonas, Joseph Kosuth, Alain Kirili, Jannis Kounellis, Terence La Noue, Lois Lane, Sol LeWitt, Barry Leva, Richard Long, Robert Mangold, Mario Merz, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Dorothea Rockburne, Ed Ruscha, Joel Shapiro, Robert Smithson, Keith Sonnier, Pat Steir, Gary Stephan, Michelle Stuart, George Sugarman, Jack Tworkov, Jackie Winsor

Christian Boltansky

Photographs

September 19, 1982, to December 5, 1982

Prints from the Collection

December 8, 1981, to January 2, 1982

Acquisitions Plus

January 14, 1981, to April 13, 1981

New Visions

September 27, 1981, to December 13, 1981

​Dennis Ashbaugh, James Biederman, Howie Burr, Louisa Chase, Jane Couch, Thom Cooney Crawford, Michael David, Claudia De Monte, Carol Diehl, Robert Donley, Pierre Dunoyer, Raymon Elozua, Michael C. Flanagan, Nancy Giesmann, Don Gummer, Tommy Hebert, Richard Hull, Roberto Juarez, Nina Kayem, Mel Kendrick, Jackie Lipton, Lizabeth Marano, Gordon Moore, John Avery Newman, Elyn Zimmerman

Sculptural Forms

January 16, 1980, to April 13, 1980

Mysterious and Magical Realism

April 27, 1980, to August 31, 1980

​Pierre Alechinsky, Horst Antes, Sam Bak, Robert Beauchamp, Varujan Boghosian, Fernando Botero, Enrique Castro – CID, Corneille, Joseph Cornell, Dado, Salvador Dali, Jean Dubuffet, Louis Michel Eilshemius, Phillip Evergood, Mary Frank, Gregory Gillespie, Sidney Goodman, Alexander Hollweg, Hundertwasser, Jess, Asger Jorn, Ellen Lanyon, Josef Levi, Richard Linder, Romulo Maccio, Rene Magritte, Marisol, Matta, Lowell Nesbitt, Alfonso Ossorio, Irving Petlin, Marcel Picard, Reinhoud, Larry Rivers, Mark Rothko, George Segal, Franek Starowieyski, Marjorie Strider

Lowell Nesbitt

September 17, 1980, to December 14, 1980

Prospectus

Art in the Seventies

January 13, 1979, to May 15, 1979

Lee Adler

January 13, 1979, to February 24, 1979

The Minimal Tradition

April 29, 1979, to September 2, 1979

​Carl Andre, Stephen Antonakos, Jo Baer, Ronald Bladen, Mel Bochner, Kenneth Capps, Walter DeMaria, Jackie Ferrara, Roland Gebhardt, Robert Grosvenor, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Lyman Kipp, Barry Le Va, Sol LeWitt, Robert Mangold, Brice Marden, Agnes Martin, Brenda Miller, Robert Morris, Mary Miss, Barnett Newman, Kenneth Noland, Ad Reinhardt, Dorothea Rockburne, Robert Ryman, Richard Serra, Joel Shapiro, Tony Smith, Robert Smithson, Frank Stella, Jackie Winsor

Josef Albers

Homage to the Square

September 1, 1979, to December 1, 1979

15 New Talents

A 15th Anniversary Exhibition

September 16, 1979, to December 16, 1979

​Arlyne Bayer, Tony Bechara, Loren D. Calaway, Biff Elrod, Fred Guyot, Thea Halo, Kazuko Inoue, Stephan Jonassen, Lenore Malen, Christopher Perry, Alice Phillips, Thaddeus Piersa, Masaaki Sato, Vivian Scott, Stephen Shank

New Acquisitions / Gifts and Loans / Selections from the Collection 1978

January 8, 1978, to April 16, 1978

Screen Prints by Jasper Johns

January 14, 1978, to February 26, 1978

Woven Mats by Alexander Calder

March 4, 1978, to May 7, 1978

Contemporary Reflections 1977–78

April 30, 1978, to September 3, 1978

​Arlene Absatz, Cathryn Arcomano, Marc Aronson, Chet Augustine, Marilyn Belford, Robert Berglund, Phyllis Bilick, Jack Bosson, Coral Bourgeois, Betsi Brandfass, Jeffrey Owen Brosk, Paul Cantales, Tim Cunard, Rosemary D’Andrea, Lynda Engstrom, Betty-Ann Felderman, Astrid Fitzgerald, Del Geist, Dan George, Jean-Marie Haessle, Peter Jerry, Francesca Jones, Pamela Joseph, Hanna Kay, Nancy Ketchman, Lisa S. Klinghoffer, Katinka Mann, Stephen L. Miller, Takachio Nakazawa, Carol Nash, Bob Paige, Phyllis Peckar, Barbara Press, Stephen Lewis Robin, Jeff Russell, James R. Schmidt, Elfi Schuselka, Edith Seltzer, David Sharpe, Thomas F. Shepherd, Carol Strickler, Deborah Sudran, Gladys F. Tietz, Mary Ann Unger, Barbara Valenta, Suzanne Weisberg, Stephen Zaima

Viewpoint

Three Photographers

May 13, 1978, to June 25, 1978

Maquettes for Large Scale Sculpture

July 1, 1978, to September 3, 1978

The Sixties Collection Revisited

September 17, 1978, to December 20, 1978

​Paul Jenkins, Louise Nevelson, Nobumitso Fukui, Lucas Samaras, Barbro Ostlihn, Leroy Lamis, Marcelo Bonevardi, Edward Higgins, Horst Egon Kalinowski, Theodoros Stamos, Claude Tousignant, Gostave Singer, Harry Bertoia, SOTO, Al Held, Bridget Riley, Alfred Jensen, Craig Kaufman, Richard Artschwager, Friedel Dzubas, John Hoyland, Abe Ajay, Darby Bannard, Justin Knowles, Robert Indiana, Nassos Daphnis, Wogciech Fangor, Frank Stella, Peter Young, Edward Avedisian, Nicholas Krushenick, Allan D’Archangelo, Richard Serra

Selections '77

Fresh Selections from the Museum’s Collection

January 8, 1977, to April 17, 1977

Contemporary Reflections 1976–77

May 7, 1977, to September 5, 1977

​Robert Alberetti, Albert J. Alexander, Helmut Amann, Rashid A. Arshed, Joellen Bard, Siri Berg, Alyson Stoddard Breiter, Diane Burko, Mike Christiana, Gail Edmonds, Elizabeth Egbert, Michael Fauerbach, Haim Finkelstein, Richard Gombar, Leon Greenstein, G. Gerry Griffin, Anne Heimann, Marilyn Helsenrott-Hochhauser, Ann Holmes, Eve Ingalls, Edward Kasper, Esther Johnson Mancarella, Vincent Mastracco, Gregg A. Mierka, Cynthia Mollod, Halyna Mordowanec, Ina Ovruceski, Dixie Palmer Peaslee, Alice Phillips, Marge Rothschild, Allan Rubin, Richard Ryan, Irving Sabo, Janet Satz, Ernest Shaw, Robert P. Sherman, Michael David Singer, Candace Spilner, Elyse Taylor, Ann Titus, Betty Tompkins, Marja Vallila, Jill Viney, Judy Waterman, Joan Wenzel, Toshihisa Yoda, Jerome H. Zimmerman, Susan Zises

Charles Shaw

Perspective

June 25, 1977, to August 7, 1977

18 Photographers

August 13, 1977, to October 9, 1977

Fall Selections 1976

September 19, 1976, to December 19, 1976

Richard Linder

Lithographs

October 15, 1977, to December 18, 1977

16 Contemporary Polish Artists

May 8, 1977, to June 19, 1977

​Jan Berdyszak, Andrzej Dluzniewski, Zbigniew Gostomski, Zbig Janis, Zdzislaw Jurkiewicz, Edward Krasinski, Danuta Lewandowska, Zbigniew Makowski, Adam Marczynski, Witold Masznicz, Roman Opalka, Janusz Orbitowski, Henryk Stazewski, Josef Twirbut, Marian Warzecha, Ryszard Winiarski

Fall 1977

Contemporary Collectors

September 25, 1977, to December 18, 1977

​Vito Acconci, Helene Aylon, Darby Bannard, Mary Bauermeister, Varujan Boghosian, Marcelo Bonevardi, Lee Bontecou, Fernando Botero, Alexander Calder, Giorgio Cavallon, Chryssa, Dan Christensen, Willem de Kooning, Mark Di Suvero, Stephen Edlich, Janet Fish, Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Goodnough, Charles Hinman, Cletus Johnson, Lester Johnson, Nicholas Krushenick, Sol LeWitt, Richard Linder, Morris Louis, Romulo Maccio, Conrad Marca-Relli, John McCracken, Roberth Motherwell, Louise Nevelson, Don Nice, Isamu Noguchi, Kenneth Noland, Kenzo Okada, Claes Oldenburg, Jules Olitski, Alfonso Ossorio, Richard Pousette-Dart, Deborah Remington, Larry Rivers, James Rosenquist, Susan Rothenberg, Fritz Scholder, Ben Schonzeit, Richard Stankiewicz, Andy Warhol, Jack Whitten, James Wolfe, Kes Zapkus

Contemporary Reflections 1975–76

May 2, 1976, to September 5, 1976

​David Ahlsted, Dennis Ross Anderson, A. Eric Arctander, Dianne Arndt, Carol Bacon, Vincent Baldassano, Bimal Banerjee, Peter Berg, Peter Brown, Donna Byars, Irma Cerese, Thomas Chesley, Cora Cohen, Isabella Corwin, Neva Delihas, William Downey, Susan Fortgang, Phyllis Floyd, Linda Francis, Ray Friedberg, Sharon Gilbert, Thomas Goldenberg, Marilyn S. Greenberg, Grace Graupe-Pillard, Sandra Gross, Sylvia Hays, Richard Allen Heinrich, Brian Henderson, Kesao Horiuchi, Dee Jenkins, Brian Kazlov, Robert Kerns, Gloria Klein, Helen Langfield, Eliot Lable, Marion Lerner Levine, Susan Lewis, Marsha Liberty, Ann Marshall, William Monaghan, John R. Murray, Edith Neff, Daniel Noble, Timmie Ogdon, Jerry Ospa, James Pelletier, C.R. Peck, Ron Reese, Jonathan Santlofer, Masaaki Sato, Anthony R. Schneider, De Es Schwertberger, Regina Serniak, Dee Shapiro, Jacqueline Shatz, Nancy Silvia, Paul Simon, David Smalley, Russell A. Smith, Anthony John Sorce, Carol Stronghilos, Mary Tressler, Clover Vail, Ursula Von Rydingsvard, Annette Weintraub, Stanley K. Whitney, Tom Williams, Adrianne Wortzel, Laurie S. Zagon

A Change of View

September 14, 1975, to December 14, 1975

​Abe Ajay, Miles Batt, Mary Bauermeister, Robert Bechtle, Larry Bell, Fletcher Benton, Martin Berkon, Harry Bertoia, Pol Bury, Mario Ceroli, John Clem Clarke, Joyce Cole, Porfirio Di Donna, Bernard Dreyfus, Sally Hazelet Drummond, Wojciech Fangor, John A. Fekner, Joseph Fisher, Vic Gentils, Ralph Goings, Nancy Grossman, H.N. Han, William L. Haney, Tom Holland, Gerald Horn, Philippe Hosiasson, Linda Howard, Yan Hsia, Valerie Jaudon, Christine Jordan, Donald Kaufman, Tony King, Lyman Kipp, Nicholas Krushenick, Gary Kuehn, Pat Lipsky, Sven Lukin, Conrad Marca-Relli, Joyce Stillman Myers, Robert Natkin, Kenneth Noland, Mary Obering, Ray Parker, William Ronald, Jay Rosenblum, Robert Shecter, John Schiebold, Joan Semmel, Richard Serra, Shirlann Smith, Kenneth Snelson, Leo Valledor, John Willenbecher, Mario Yrisarry, Norman Zammitt, Kes Zapkus

New Additions to The Sculpture Garden:
Barbara Bisgyer, Pietro Consagra, Alex McFarlane, Forrest Myers, Richard Shore

Contemporary Reflections 1973–74

April 21, 1974, to August 18, 1974

​Ellsworth Ausby, Gary Bandy, Martin Berkon, Cathey Billian, Elena Borstein, Elaine Breiger, Charlotte Brown, Muriel Castanis, David Crum, Barbara Garber, Shirley Gorelick, Todd Granzow, Denise Green, Ilise Greenstein, Julie Gross, Judie Hand De Gomez, Nathan Horowitz, Helene Hui, Robert Jacks, Donna Dennis, Mary Beth Edelson, Carol Engelson, Solomon Ethe, John A. Fekner, Seena Fish, Joseph Fisher, Reginald Fludd, Deborah S. Freedman, Christine Jordan, Steve Kelsey, Richard Kinnaird, Andrea Klein, Nancy Lagin, Elliott Lloyd, Arline Matles, Helen Meyrowitz, Alex McFarlane, Susan Nakata, Sophie Newman, Jerry L. Noe, Annette Oko, Mitchell Peerless, Basilios Vos Poulos, Louis Pruitt, Leonard Ragouzeos, Gordon R. Richardson, Fran Riche, Tomiyo Sasaki, John Schiebold, Barbara Schwartz, Constance Schwartz, Joan Semmel, Judy Seigel, Christina Olson Spiesel, Eileen Spikol, Carole Clark Stein, Anita Arkin Steckel, Alan Steele, Tom Steigerwald, Erica Stroller, Racelle Strick, Arnold Wechsler

Tenth Anniversary Exhibition 1964–1974

September 15, 1974, to December 15, 1974

​Selections from the Collection:
Pierre Alechinsky, Carl Andre, Stephen Antonakos, Mary Bauermeister, Check Boterf, Chryssa, Nassos Daphnis, Walter De Maria, Jose De Rivera, David Diao, Jane Freilicher, Grace Hartigan, Hans Hartung, Eva Hesse, Charles Hinman, Robert Indiana, Howard Jones, Horst-Egon Kalinowski, Craig Kauffman, Ellsworth Kelly, Ron Kleeman, Leroy Lamis, Ronnie Landfield, Stanley Landsman, Sven Lukin, Romulo Maccio, Ronald Mallory, Robert Mangold, Andre Marfaing, Agnes Martin, Rakuko Naito, Eduardo Paolozzi, James Rosenquist, Lucas Samaras, Ludwig Sander, James Seawright, Robert Smithson, Pierre Soulages, Frank Stella, Sylvia Stone, Ernest Trova, Zao Wou-Ki

Gifts to the Museum:
Ilse Getz, Donald Kaufman, Paul Jenkins, Pat Lipsky, William Ronald, Ed Ruda, Harry Soviak, John Van Saun, Hildegard Woodward

Extended Loans:
Dan Christensen, Elliott Lloyd, Steve Kelsey, Jules Olitski, Larry Poons, Alan Shields; Darby Bannard, Bruce Everett, Ronnie Landfield

New Artists in the Collection:
Fred Brown, Joyce Cole, J. Nebraska Gifford, William L. Haney, Stewart Hitch, Louis Lieberman, Gary Smith, Ted Stamm, Joan Thorne, Arleen Schloss, Jack Whitten, Olivia de Bernardinis, Fred Guyot, Ron Janowich, Steve Kelsey, Elliott Lloyd, James Parker

New Acquisitions:
Olivia de Bernardinis, Martha Diamond, Fred Guyot, Ron Janowich, Daniel Larue Johnson, Jim Parker

Contemporary Reflections 1972–73

April 22, 1973, to August 19, 1973

​Norman Askinazi, Victor Atkins, Allan Baillie, T.R. Baker, Jared Bark, Fred Brown, Marin Browne, Jerry Buchanan, Russell Carley, Joyce Cole, Colette, Olivia De Berardinis, Martha Diamond, Jane Evans, Jackie Ferrara, Leroy Dyyon Frazier, Ruth Ann Fredenthal, Wallace French, Kimiko Fujemura, Nancy Genn, Abigail Gerd, August Goertz III, Peter Grass, Fred N. Guyot, William L. Haney, Linda Howard, Iria, Meredith Johnson, Marjukka Kaminen, Ray Kelly, Tim Lambert, Marilyan Lerner, Louis Lieberman, Peter Lobello, Ron Lusker, Dennis McCarthy, Paula Meizner, Ree Morton, James Nichols, Richard Nonas, Mary Obering, Joel Perlman, Paul Potash, Terri Priest, Freddy Rodriguez, Stephen Rosenthal, Sal Scalora, Edward Scher, Arlene Schloss, Vivian Scott, Arthur Secunda, Mary Shepard, Michelle Stuart, Don Sunseri, Fred Swanson, Gordon Wine, Robin Winters, Robert Yucikas

Contemporary Reflections 1974–75

April 27, 1975, to August 31, 1975

Carol Alonge, Allen Atwell, Curt Barnes, Lois Baron, Rochelle Bass, Arlyne Bayer, Bette A. Berger, Ross Bleckner, Fred Brandes, Gordon Bruce, Fred Bull, Susan Bush, Steve Conley, Stoney Conley, Carol Kreeger Davidson, William Delottie, Wendy Ward Ehlers, Peter Flaccus, Maxwell Gimblett, George Giusti, Marty Greenbaum, Michela Griffo, Fred Gutzeit, Hisao Hanafusa, Lawren Hancher, Don Hazlitt, Scott Kahn, Diane Kaiser, Robert Kane, Margia Kramer, Patricia Lay, Barbara Joy Levine, Russell F. Lewis, Inverna Lockpez, Pedro Lujan, Cynthia Mailman, Byoung Ok Min, Gerry Monroe, James Norman, Rob Roy Norton Jr., Sam Ogden Jr., Earl Powell, Richard Pugliese, Tomaso Puliafito, David Reed, Kate Resek, Tony Robbin, Lucy Sallick, Mark Saltz, Lesley Schiff, Charles J. Seplowin, Susan Smith, David F. Stephens, Joseph P. Stephens, Robert Straight, John M. Thompson, Susan Tunick, Kay Walkingstick, Walter Weissman, James Zver

New Acquisitions / Gifts and Loans / Selections from the Collection

September 16, 1973, to December 16, 1973

​New Acquisitions:
Peter Bradley, Fletcher Benton, Edward Clark Jr., Jean Dubuffet, Daniel Larue Johnson, Louise Nevelson, Taris Charysyn

Gifts to the Museum:
Will Barnet, Bernard Rosenthal, Ludwig Sander

Extended Loans:
Check Boterf, Jake Berthot, Dan Christensen, Bruce Everett, Georges Noel, Ronnie Landfield, Terence La Noue, Larry Poons, Frank Stella

Selections from the Collection:
Pierre Alechinsky, Darby Bannard, Gianfranco Baruchello, Jean Rene Bazaine, Robert Beauchamp, Anna Eva Bergman, Julius Bissier, Joan Brown, Reg Butler, Pietro Cascello, Lynn Chadwick, Thomas Chimes, Carmen Cicero, Alan Davie, Sam Francis, Roger Edgar Gillet, Leon Golub, Robert Goodnough, Adolph Gottlieb, Grace Hartigan, Hans Hartung, Wally Hedrick, Gottfried Honegger, Lester Johnson, Kirsten Kraa, Andre Lanskoy, John Levee, Ernest O.A. Van Leyden, Alfred Manessier, Andre Marfaing, Matta, James Metcalf, Francois Noyano, Nathan Oliveira, Raymond Parker, Alicia Penalba, Pablo Picasso, Ad Reinhardt, Robert Richenberg, Larry Rivers, Sergio Romiti, Lucas Samaras, David Smith, Sonderborg, Julian Stanczak, James Suzuki, Antoni Tapies, Claude Tousignant, Ernest Trova, Victor Vasarely, Maria Helena Viera da Silva, Fritz Wotruba, Jack Youngerman, Zao Wou-Ki

New Dimensions in Drawing 1950–1980

May 2, 1981, to September 6, 1981

​Raimund Abraham, Vito Acconci, Roberta Allen, Carl Andre, Arakawa, Richard Artschwager, Dotty Attie, Alice Aycock, Jennifer Bartlett, Jack Beal, Robert Beauchamp, Stefan Beltzig, Lynda Benglis, James Biederman, Ronald Bladen, Mel Bochner, Bruce Boice, Douglas Bond, Lee Bontecou, Jon Borofsky, Joan Brown, Eugene Brodsky, Rosemarie Castoro, Ann Chernow, Christo, Peter Cook, Robert Cottingham, Dorothy Dehner, Agnes Denes, Jim Dine, Mark di Suvero, Charles Duback, Jean Dubuffet, Carlus Dyer, Rita Edelman, Mary Beth Edelson, Carol Engelson, Dan Flavin, Seymour Fogel, Mary Frank, Charles Gaines, Sonia Gechtoff, Alberto Giacometti, Michael Goldberg, Robert Gordy, Mary Grigoriadis, Nancy Grossman, Carol Haerer, Anne Healy, Marcia Hafif, D.J. Hall, Nancy Holt, Linda Howard, Robert Hudson, Michael Hurson, Theo Jenkin, Jasper Johns, Lester Johnson, Wilfredo Lam, Ellen Lanyon, Alfred Leslie, Barry Le Va, Sol LeWitt, Donald Judd, Lila Katzen, Kazuko, Joyce Kozloff, Roy Lichtenstein, Paul Linfante, Robert Mangold, Agnes Martin, Douglas Martin, Marisol, Kenneth Martin, Willard Midgette, Brenda Miller, Robert Morris, Reuben Nakian, Bruce Nauman, Paul Neagu, Jim Nutt, Claes Oldenburg, Dennis Oppenheim, Ed Paschke, Philip Pearlstein, Joseph Piccillo, Lucio Pozzi, Josef Raffael, Robert Rauschenberg, Deborah Remington, Bridget Riley, Larry Rivers, Robert Rohm, Sal Romano, Barbara Rossi, Barbara Rothenberg, Ed Ruscha, Lucas Samaras, Karen Santry, Ben Schonzeit, Arthur Secunda, George Segal, Joel Shapiro, Ernest Shaw, Alan Shields, Michael Singer, David Smith, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Robert Smithson, Randy Stevens, Saul Steinberg, Frank Stella, Marjorie Strider, Michelle Stuart, George Sugarman, Bill Sullivan, Jack Tworkov, Cy Twombly, Frank Lincoln Viner, Idelle Weber, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann, Karl Wirsum, Elia Zenghelis

Selections from The Aldrich Museum Collection and Paintings on Paper

September 17, 1972, to December 17, 1972

​Paintings on Paper:
Sharon Brant, David Cummings, Victor Kord, Ronald Lusker, Elizabeth Murray, Franklin Owen, Herbert Perr, Murray Reich, Garry Rich, Herbert Schiffrin, John Seery, Joel Shapiro, Jenny Snider, Joan Snyder, Pat Steir, Jim Sullivan, Michael Torlen, John Torreano, Joan Thorne, Jeff Way, Nina Yankowitz

Selections from the Collection:
Richard Anuszkiewicz, Edward Avedisian, Francois and Bernard Baschet, Mary Bauermeister, Billy Al Bengston, Leon Berkowitz, Miguel Ortiz Berrocal, Harry Bertoia, Marcelo Bonevardi, Judith Brown, Jack Brusca, Cesar, John Clague, Nassos Daphnis, Allan D’Arcangelo, Peter Dechar, David Diao, Tony De Lap, Friedel Dzubas, Dean Fleming, Sue Fuller, Nancy Grossman, Edward Higgins, John Hoyland, Ralph Humphrey, Jean Ipousteguy, Paul Jenkins, Alfred Jensen, Horst-Egon Kalinowski, Takeshi Kawashima, Ellsworth Kelly, Reiji Kimura, Victor Kord, Tadaki Kuwayama, Roy Lichtenstein, Pat Lipsky, Romulo Maccio, Agnes Martin, Eleanore Mikus, Lowell Nesbitt, Louise Nevelson, Barbro Ostlihn, Anthony Padovano, Barbara Pniewska, Robert Rauschenberg, George Rickey, Bridget Riley, William Ronald, James Rosenquist, Ludwig Sander, Jason Seley, Soto, Theodoros Stamos, Ian Stuart, Tadasky, Mario Yrisarry

New Acquisitions:
Herbert Bayer, David Cummings, Ron Kleenman, Kunie, Louise Nevelson, Royden Rabinowitch, Garry Rich, Peter Young

Gifts to the Museum:
Abe Ajay, Josef Albers, Jose De Rivera, Wojciech Fangor, Gottfried Honegger, Richard Lin, Edgar Negret, Julian Stanczak, James Schmidt, Nobumitsu Fukui

Extended Loans:
Al Held, Jose De Rivera, Ed Ruda, Darby Bannard, Isaac Witkin, Jean Tinguely

Sculpture Garden:
David Annesley, William Barrett, Robert Bart, Anthony Caro, Mel Edwards, Robert Grosvenor, Duayne Hatchett, Jerome Johnson, Robert Katz, Gerald Laing, Alexander Liberman, Sheldon Machlin, Robert Morris, Robert Murray, Anthony Padovano, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Eduardo Paolozzi, Richard Shore, DeWain Valentine, David Von Schlegel, Clark Winter

Twenty Six Contemporary Women Artists

April 18, 1971, to June 13, 1971

​Cecile Abish, Alice Aycock, Cynthia Carlson, Sue Ann Childress, Glorianna Danvenport, Susan Hall, Mary Heilmann, Audrey Hemenway, Laurace James, Mablen Jones, Carol Kinne, Christine Kozlov, Sylvia Mangold, Brenda Miller, Mary Miss, Dona Nelson, Louise Parks, Shirley Pettibone, Howardena Pindell, Adrian Piper, Reeva Potoff, Paula Tavins, Merrill Wagner, Grace Bakst Wapner, Jacqueline Winsor, Barbara Zucker

Curated by Lucy R. Lippard

Highlights of the 1970–1971 Art Season

June 27, 1971, to September 19, 1971

​Richard Anuszkiewicz, Anne Arnold, Helene Aylon, Jake Berthot, Rosemarie Castoro, John Chamberlain, Fred Eversley, Manny Farber, Sam Francis, Ray Johnson, Lila Katzen, Forrest Myers, Doug Ohlson, Claes Oldenburg, Herbert Perr, Stephen Posen, Peter Reginato, Garry Rich, Jay Rosenblum, Lucas Samaras, Herbert Schiffrin, Alan Shields, Jack Tworkov, David Von Schlegell, Chris Wilmarth, Jack Youngerman

Sculpture and Shapes of the Last Decade

October 3, 1971, to December 12, 1971

New Acquisitions & Chagall Bible Prints

September 26, 1965, to December 24, 1965

Contemporary Reflections 1971–1972

April 23, 1972, to September 3, 1972

​Dennis Ashbaugh, James Beres, Blythe Bohnen, William Brunson, Karen Chaplin, Jordan Davies, Chiaki Endo, Tom Evans, Emily Fuller, J. Nebraska Gifford, Patrick Gorman, Edith Gwathmey, Stewart Hitch, Ron Janowich, Virginia Jaramillo, Ed Kerns, Carol Kinne, Tatsuo Kondo, Ray Lewis, Constance Marton, Hiroshi Murata, Jim Parker, Kikuo Saito, Robert Schecter, Arleen Schloss, John Schnell, Stuart Shedletsky, Gary Smith, Ted Stamm, William Staples, James A. Starrett, Gary Tenenbaum, Joan Thorne, Michael Torlen, Jack Whitten

Young Artists from the Collection of Charles Cowles

September 28, 1969, to December 14, 1969

​Arlo Acton, Peter Alexander, John Altoon, Edward Avedisian, Darby Bannard, Billy Al Bengston, David Bradshaw, David Budd, John Chamberlain, Dan Christensen, John Clem Clarke, James De France, Jim Dine, Richard Diebenkorn, Ron Davis, Llyn Foulkes, Joe Goode, Robert Graham, Nigel Hall, Phillip Hefferton, Tom Holland, Robert Hudson, Robert Irwin, Gary Kuehn, Stanley Landsman, Ronnie Landfield, Agnes Martin, John McCracken, Ed Moses, Clark Murray, Tanya Neufeld, David Novros, Philip Pearlstein, William Pettet, David Prentice, Ken Price, Mel Ramos, Peter Reginato, Ed Ruscha, Larry Stanton, Lewis Stein, Frank Stella, Wayne Thiebaud, Richard Tuttle, De Wain Valentine, H.C. Westermann, William T. Williams, Peter Young

Lyrical Abstraction

April 5, 1970, to June 7, 1970

​Helene Aylon, Victoria Barr, James Beres, Jake Berthot, Dan Christensen, David Cummings, Carl Glicko, John Griefen, Carol Haerer, Gary Hudson, Jane Kaufman, Don Kaufman, Victor Kord, Ronnie Landfield, Pat Lipsky, Ralph Moseley, David Paul, Herbert Perr, William Pettet, Murray Reich, Garry Rich, Ken Showell, Alan Siegel, Lawrence Stafford, William Staples, James Sullivan, John Seery, Herbert Schiffrin, Shirley Smith, John Torreano, Jeff Way, Thornton Willis, Philip Wofford, Robert Zakanych

Highlights of the 1969–1970 Art Season

June 21, 1970, to September 13, 1970

​Edward Avedisian, Darby Bannard, Lynda Benglis, Natvar Bhavsar, Jack Brusca, Ron Davis, Jim Dine, Robert Duran, Robert Goodnough, John Griefen, Alfred Jensen, Jasper Johns, Tom Holland, Richard Kalina, Jane Kaufman, Ronnie Landfield, Pat Lipsky, Ray Parker, Ed Ruda, Ken Showell, Tal Streeter, Richard Van Buren, Isaac Witkin, Philip Wofford, Nina Yankowitz, Mario Yrisarry, Larry Zox, Robert Zakanych

Aldrich Fund Acquisitions for The Museum of Modern Art 1959 through 1969

September 27, 1970, to January 3, 1971

​Peter Agostini, L. Alcopley, Getulio Alviani, John S. Anderson, Stephen Antonakos, Richard J. Anuszkiewicz, Mowry Thacher Baden, George Baker, Robert Beauchamp, Billy Al Bengston, Pamela Bianco, Vern Blosum, George Brecht, Joan Brown, Francis Celentano, Thomas Chimes, George Cohen, Bruce Conner, Toni Costa, Rollin Crampton, Benjamin Frazier Cunningham, Gene Davis, Peter Dechar, Tony De Lap, David Diao, Sally Hazelnut Drummond, Robert Engman, Paul Feeley, Jean Follett, James Gill, Robert Grosvenor, Robert Hansen, Wally Hedrick, Edward Higgins, Charles Hinman, Peter Hutchinson, Robert Indiana, Marvin Israel, James Jarvaise, Lester Johnson, Ray Johnson, Don Kaufman, Craig Kauffman, Elaine De Kooning, Kirsten Kraa, Nicholas Krushenick, Jacob Landau, Stanley Landsman, Alfred Leslie, Josef Levi, Jim Love, Sheldon Machlin, Robert Mallary, Ronald Mallory, Robert Mangold, Brice Marden, Enzo Mari, Ronald Markman, Agnes Martin, James McGarrel, George McNeil, Richard Merkin, Earl Miller, Rodolfo Mishaan, Paul Mogensen, Robert Moskowitz, Deborah de Moulpied, Walter Tandy Murch, Gladys Nilsson, Dennis Oppenheim, George Ortman, David Park, Bernard Pfriem, Larry Poons, Fairfield Porter, Leo Rabkin, William Reimann, Milton Resnick, Lucas Samaras, Maurice Sievan, Oli Sihvonen, David Simpson, Frank Stella, Miroslav Sutej, Tadasky, Wayne Thiebaud, George Tooker, Ernest Trova, Richard Van Buren, Esteban Vicente, Tom Wesselmann, Agatha Wojchiechowsky, Jack Youngerman, Norman Zammitt, Walter Zehringer

Highlights of the 1968–1969 Art Season

June 22, 1969, to September 14, 1969

​Pierre Alechinsky, Peter Alexander, Horst Antes, Leon Berkowitz, Varujan Boghosian, Daniel Christensen, Nassos Daphnis, David Diao, Thomas Downing, Mark Feldstein, Dan Flavin, Nancy Grossman, Eva Hesse, John Hoyland, Howard Kanovitz, Craig Kaufman, Sven Lukin, Robert Mangold, Clement Meadmore, Doug Ohlson, William Pettet, Salvatore Romano, Robert Ryman, Ludwig Sander, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, Christopher Wilmarth, Peter Young

Cool Art – 1967

January 7, 1968, to March 17, 1968

​Carl Andre, Richard Artschwager, Jon Baldwin, Bennett Beane, Bill Bollinger, Roger Bolomey, Walter De Maria, Peter Forakis, Paul Frazier, Daniel Gorski, Douglas Huebler, Will Insley, Patricia Johanson, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Lyman Kipp, Joseph Konzal, Gary Kuehn, Tadaaki Kuwayama, Sol LeWitt, Robert Mangold, John McCracken, Clement Meadmore, Ursula Meyer, Forrest Myers, Antoni Milkowski, Paul Mogenson, Barnett Newman, Carlus Dyer, Eduardo Paolozzi, Ad Reinhardt, Salvatore Romano, Charles Ross, Edwin Ruda, Robert Smithson, Michael Steiner, Frank Stella, Tal Streeter, Richard Van Buren, Christopher Wilmarth, Derrick Woodham

Carlus Dyer, Curator

Art of the 50s from The Aldrich Museum Collection

March 31, 1968, to June 2, 1968

Selections from the Collection of Hanford Yang

art of the 60s

September 29, 1968, to December 22, 1968

​Robert Beauchamp, Fred B. Bookhardt Jr., John Chamberlain, Chryssa, Joseph Cornell, Nassos Daphnis, Tony De Lap, Jim Dine, Rosalyn Drexler, Allan Fenton, Dan Flavin, Charles Hinman, Robert Indiana, Will Insley, Alfred Jensen, Donald Judd, Nicholas Krushenick, Yayoi Kusama, Gerald Laing, Joseph Levi, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Morris, Lowell Nesbitt, Louise Nevelson, Claes Oldenburg, George Ortman, Larry Poons, Joe Raffaele, James Rosenquist, Lucas Samaras, George Segal, Richard Smith, Richard Stankiewicz, Bob Stanley, Frank Stella, Marjorie Strider, Paul Thek, Wayne Thiebaud, Ernest Trova, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann

Art of 1964, 1965, 1966

January 8, 1967, to March 26, 1967

Selections from The Museum Collection 1951–1965

January 9, 1966, to March 9, 1966

Tenth Anniversary Exhibition

Brandeis University Creative Arts Awards 1957–1966

April 17, 1966, to June 26, 1966

​Stuart Davis, Jimmy Ernst, Jacques Lipchitz, Richard Lippold, Edwin Dickinson, Theodoros Stamos, Naum Gabo, James Rosati, Karl Knaths, George Mueller, Alexander Calder, David Slivka, Georgia O’Keeffe, Ellsworth Kelly, David Smith, Peter Agostini, Mark Rothko, Kenneth Noland, Isamu Noguchi, Richard Stankiewicz

Genesis Belanger

May 17, 2020, to November 1, 2020

In May 2020, The Aldrich will present the first major US solo museum exhibition of New York-based artist Genesis Belanger (b. 1978), whose practice spans sculptures and tableaux, primarily composed out of porcelain, stoneware, and upholstery. Outwardly expressive, objects we commonly wear, use, or consume pose demonstrative human attributes in Belanger’s world: lipsticks with wagging tongues, lamps donning ladies’ pearls, and tins flaunting rows of doey-eyed sardines. These dreamlike jumbles invoke surrealists like René Magritte and Salvador Dalí and Pop artists like Marisol and Claes Oldenburg, but Belanger’s animated compositions embody conditions that channel our self-possessed present. This exhibition will debut a new body of work specially conceived for The Aldrich. The artist’s first museum publication, with an essay by Amy Smith-Stewart, the exhibition’s curator, will accompany the show.

Tony Tasset

Deer

June 12, 2019, to March 15, 2020

“Most artists try to be original, I try to be familiar,” stated Tony Tasset (b. 1960). Tasset has focused many of his recent endeavors on public art with subject matter based primarily in American vernacular visual culture. For his sculpture Deer (2015), Tasset has taken the common white-tailed deer and blown it into what can only be considered monstrous proportions. Hunted to near extinction in much of the United States, the white-tailed deer has made a spectacular comeback, much to the annoyance of both farmers and suburban gardeners. Deer will occupy a site in the Museum’s Sculpture Garden.

Organized by Richard Klein, Exhibitions Director, and Amy Smith-Stewart, Curator, at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.

Radcliffe Bailey

Vessel III

May 10, 2019, to March 15, 2020

Radcliffe Bailey’s (b. 1968) Vessel III (2018) will be situated in front of the Museum’s historic administration building adjacent to Ridgefield’s Main Street. Originally commissioned for Prospect New Orleans in 2017, Vessel III is a cylindrical, twelve-foot high steel chamber that is open to the sky. Looking up, the viewer encounters a mysteriously suspended conch shell silhouetted against the piece’s dramatic circular aperture. A meditative soundtrack created in collaboration with musician Okorie Johnson, which sonically represents past, present, and future, further animates the interior space.

Organized by Richard Klein, Exhibitions Director, and Amy Smith-Stewart, Curator, at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.

Tom Friedman

Hazmat Love

May 7, 2019, to March 15, 2020

The highly inventive and idiosyncratic work of Tom Friedman (b. 1965) often uses everyday materials to explore the nature of object making in our material culture. Since 2007 the artist has been creating sculpture made of aluminum foil, roasting pans, and baking tins. His work Hazmat Love (2017) presents two wrestling figures whose bodies are clothed in a protective armor made out of crumpled baking pans cast in polished stainless steel. As with most of Friedman’s work the meaning lies in ambiguity tinged with humor: are the figures fighting, dancing, or helping each other? The figures in Hazmat Love will greet visitors on the patio in front of the Museum’s entrance.

Organized by Richard Klein, Exhibitions Director, and Amy Smith-Stewart, Curator, at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.

Nari Ward

APOLLO / POLL

June 12, 2019, to March 15, 2020

Since the early 1990s, Nari Ward (b. 1963) has created a body of powerful works made primarily out of humble materials that have been accumulated and repurposed. Based in recycling and the folk traditions of his native Jamaica, where he was born, as well as the street aesthetics of Harlem, where he currently lives and works, Ward’s sculpture often evokes African-Caribbean and African-American experience in surprising and innovative ways. For the monumental sculpture APOLLO / POLL (2017) Ward has recreated Harlem’s iconic Apollo Theater sign with a twist: alternately flashing between the word APOLLO and POLL, which is embedded within. The artist has interjected politics into the role of both the Greek god (and his namesake theater), who rules over light as well as music, poetry, and art. APOLLO / POLL will occupy a site in the Museum’s Sculpture Garden.

Organized by Richard Klein, Exhibitions Director, and Amy Smith-Stewart, Curator, at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.

Art of the 50s and 60s

Selections from the Richard Brown Baker Collection

April 25, 1965, to July 5, 1965

​Robert Adams, Afro, Josef Albers, Milet Andrejevic, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Edward Avedisian, Robert Barnes, William Baziotes, Robert Beauchamp, Ilya Bolowtowsky, Joe Brainard, Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Eduardo Chillida, Harold Cohen, Bruce Conner, Edward Corbett, Nassos Daphnis, Robert D’Arista, Alan Davie, Richard Diebenkorn, Burgoyne Diller, Jim Dine, Enrico Donati, Jean Dubuffet, Oyvind Fahlstrom, Paul Feeley, John Fischer, Robert Goodnough, Hans Hartung, Auguste Herbin, Nankoku Hidai, Hans Hofmann, Philippe Hosiasson, Richard Hunt, Robert Indiana, Jasper Johns, Tadeusz Kantor, R. B. Kitaj, Franz Kline, Willem De Kooning, Nicholas Krushenick, Bernard Langlais, Peter Lanyon, David Lee, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Lindner, Morris Louis, Bernhard Luginbuehl, Conrad Marca-Relli, Georges Mathieu, Matta, Robert Morris, Robert Moskowitz, Jan Muller, Lowell Nesbitt, Louise Nevelson, Ben Nicholson, Kenneth Noland, Jerry Okimoto, Jules Olitsky, Nathan Oliveira, Raymond Parker, Eduardo Ramirez, Robert Rauschenberg, William Ronald, James Rosenquist, Irwin Rubin, Lucas Samaras, Guiseppe Santomaso, Peter Saul, Antonio Saura, Peter Sedgley, George Segal, David Smith, Richard Smith, Soto, Pierre Soulages, Richard Stankiewicz, Frank Stella, Myron Stout, Kumi Sugai, George Sugarman, Antonio Tapies Puig, Ernest Trova, Jack Tworkov, Victor De Vasarely, Esteban Vicente, Jaap Wagemaker, Tom Wesselmann, H.C. Westermann, John Willenbecher, Fritz Winter, Jack Youngerman, Mario Yrissary

Highlights of the 1967-68 Art Season

June 12, 1968, to September 15, 1968

​Richard Anuszkiewicz, Francois & Bernard Baschett, Fletcher Benton, Check Boterf, Robert Breer, Max Finkelstein, Paul Frazier, Duayne Hatchett, Lyman Kipp, Mon Levinson, Sol LeWitt, Alexander Liberman, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Mangold, Howard Mehring, Ursula Meyer, Louise Nevelson, Nicolas Schoffer, Frank Stella, Sylvia Stone, Cy Twombly

Selections from the Collection of Hanford Yang

art of the 60s

September 29, 1968, to December 22, 1968

​Robert Beauchamp, Fred B. Bookhardt, Jr., John Chamberlain, Chryssa, Joseph Cornell, Nassos Daphnis, Tony De Lap, Jim Dine, Rosalyn Drexler, Allan Fenton, Dan Flavin, Charles Hinman, Robert Indiana, Will Insley, Alfred Jensen, Donald Judd, Nicholas Krushenick, Yayoi Kusama, Gerald Laing, Joseph Levi, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Morris, Lowell Nesbitt, Louise Nevelson, Claes Oldenburg, George Ortman, Larry Poons, Joe Raffaele, James Rosenquist, Lucas Samaras, George Segal, Richard Smith, Richard Stankiewicz, Bob Stanley, Frank Stella, Marjorie Strider, Paul Thek, Wayne Thiebaud, Ernest Trova, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann

Highlights of the 1966-67 Art Season

June 18, 1967, to September 4, 1967

​Mario Ceroli, John Clague, Allan D’Arcangelo, Peter Dechar, Walter De Maria, Lucio Fontana, Sue Fuller, Edward Higgins, Ralph Humphrey, Takeshi Kawashima, Justin Knowles, Gyula Kosice, Nicholas Krushenick, Stanley Landsman, Richard Lindner, George Ortman, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Earl Reiback, Lucas Samaras, Tony Smith, Willard Peter Tangen, David Weinrib, Mario Yrisarry

Selections from the Collection of Susan Morse Hilles

September 17, 1967, to December 3, 1967

​Josef Albers, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Kenneth Armitage, Olle Baertling, James Brooks, Reg Butler, Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, William Congdon, Pietro Consagra, Edward Corbett, Nassos Daphnis, Allan D’Arcangelo, Dorothy Dehner, Richard Diebenkorn, Enrico Donati, Thomas Downing, Robert Engman, Jimmy Ernst, Sorel Etrog, Claire Falkenstein, Paul Feeley, Herbert Ferber, Helen Frankenthaler, Gerald D. Garston, Thomas George, Ilse Getz, Alberto Giacometti, Emil Gilioli, Julio Gonzalez, Adolph Gottlieb, Roy Gussow, Hans Hartung, Stanley William Hayter, John Heliker, Edward Higgins, Hans Hofmann, Will Horwitt, Ralph Humphrey, Lester Johnson, John Kacere, Gyorgy Kepes, Lyman Kipp, Bill Komodore, Joseph Konzal, Ibram Lassaw, Mon Levinson, Seymour Lipton, Conrad Marca-Relli, Marisol, Georges Mathieu, Kyle Morris, Isamu Noguchi, Kenzo Okada, Alfonso Ossorio, Raymond Parker, Henry C. Pearson, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Richard Pousette-Dart, Robert Rauschenberg, Ad Reinhardt, Jose De Rivera, George Ricky, Bernard Rosenthal, David Smith, Francisco Sobrino, Hyde Solomon, Pierre Soulages, Hedda Sterne, Wayne Thiebaud, Victor Vasarely, Esteban Vicente, Tom Wesselmann, Paul Wonner, Jack Youngerman, Larry Zox

Highlights of the 1965-66 Season

July 10, 1966, to September 11, 1966

​Abe Ajay, Larry Bell, Marcelo Bonevardi, Pol Bury, Ben Cunningham, Dean Fleming, Frank Gallo, Charles Hinman, Howard Jones, Gerald Laing, Leroy Lamis, Josef Levi, Sven Lukin, Ronald Mallory, Masayuki Nagare, Lowell Nesbitt, Eduardo Paolozzi, Joseph Raffaele, Richard Randell, Leo Valledor, Victor Vasarely

Selections from the John G. Powers Collection

September 25, 1966, to December 11, 1966

​Richard Artschwager, Edward Avedisian, Pol Bury, Chryssa, Allan D’Arcangelo, Willem DeKooning, Jim Dine, Red Grooms, Dorothy Grebenak, Charles Hinman, Robert Indiana, Alfred Jensen, Jasper Johns, Lester Johnson, Allen Jones, Gary Kuehn, Frederick J. Kiesler, Gerald Laing, Gerald Laing and Peter Phillips, Roy Lichtenstein, Morris Louis, Marisol, Kenneth Noland, Claes Oldenburg, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Leo Rabkin, Mel Ramos, George Ricky, Bridget Riley, Larry Rivers, James Rosenquist, Bob Stanley, Ernest Trova, Victor Vasarely, Leo Valledor, Andy Warhol, John Wesley, Tom Wesselmann, John Willenbecher, Neil Williams, Isaac Witkin

Highlights of the 1964-65 Art Season

July 11, 1965, to September 19, 1965

​Mary Bauermeister, Julius Bissier, Roger Bolomey, Pietro Cascella, Tony De Lap, Jean Dubuffet, Hans Hofmann, Alfred Jensen, Horst-Egon Kalinowski, Romulo Maccio, Louise Nevelson, Fairfield Porter, Bridget Riley, Soto, Tadasky, Ernest Trova

"Old Hundred"

Selections from The Larry Aldrich Contemporary Collection, 1951-1964

January 1, 1964, to June 1, 1964

​Pierre Alechinsky, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Karel Appel, Edward Avedisian, Gianfranco Baruchello, Jean-Rene Bazaine, Robert Beauchamp, Billy Al Bengston, Anna-Eva Bergman, Julius Bissier, Joan Brown, David Budd, Thomas Chimes, Carmen Cicero, Robert Courtright, Alan Davie, Jean Dubuffet, Bernard Dufour, Maurice Esteve, Peter Forakis, Sam Francis, Jane Freilicher, Nobumitsu Fukui, Alberto Giacometti, Roger Edgar Gillet, Leon Golub, Sidney Goodman, Robert Goodnough, Adolph Gottlieb, Grace Hartigan, Hans Hartung, Wally Hedrick, Norman Holden, Gottfried Honegger, Robert Indiana, James Jarvaise, Paul Jenkins, Alfred Jensen, Lester Johnson, Ellsworth Kelly, Kirsten Kraa, John Levee, Constantin G. Macris, Alfred Manessier, Andre Marfaing, Gino Marotta, Nicholas Marsicano, Francois Moyen, Rakuko Naito, Nathan Oliveira, Barbro Ostlihn, Luigi Parzini, Mario Prassinos, Robert Richenburg, Bridget Riley, Larry Rivers, Sergio Romiti, William Ronald, Ludwig Sander, Gustave Singier, Pierre Soulages, Theodoros Stamos, Julian Stanczak, James Suzuki, Antonio Tapies Puig, Ernest Trova, Richard Tum Suden, Rudolphe Raoul Ubac, Ernst O. A. Van Leyden, Victor Vasarely, Maria Helena Viera De Silva, Agatha Wojciechowsky, Jack Youngerman, Zao Wou-Ki

Sculpture: Mary Bauermeister, Miguel Ortiz Berrocal, Roger Bolomey, Judith Brown, Cesar (Baldacchini), Tony De Lap, Jean-Robert Ipousteguy, Umberto Mastroianni, James Metcalf, Eleanore Mikus, Anthony Padovano, Eduardo Paolozzi, Alicia Penalba, Pablo Picasso, Barbara Pniewska, Jason Seley, David Smith, Ian Stuart, John Willenbecher, Fritz Wotruba

“A City” by James Grashow

January 14, 1984, to May 6, 1984

New Acquisitions by Emerging Artists

January 14, 1984, to February 9, 1984

Intermedia

Between Painting and Sculpture

January 14, 1984, to February 9, 1984

A Second Talent

Painters and Sculptors Who Are Also Photographers

February 6, 1985, to March 14, 1985

The Classical Tradition in Recent Painting and Sculpture

May 19, 1985, to September 1, 1985

Art of the 1970s and 80s

January 19, 1985, to May 5, 1985

Cindy Sherman

December 6, 1986, to February 15, 1987

Sculpture on the Wall

December 1, 1986, to February 1, 1987

A Contemporary View of Nature

December 1, 1986, to February 1, 1987

Views and Visions

Recent American Landscape Photographs

April 26, 1986, to June 1, 1986

City Light

April 26, 1986, to June 1, 1986

Review

Acquisitions Since 1980

January 12, 1986, to April 13, 1986

Robert Wilson Drawings

September 26, 1987, to January 3, 1988

Gilbert & George Pictures

September 26, 1987, to January 3, 1988

Fall Invitational

Bleckner, Byron, Lerner, Le Va, Mentor, Remmington, Stephen, Szeto

September 26, 1987, to January 3, 1988

Post-Abstract Abstraction

May 31, 1987, to September 6, 1987

Christo

Collages and Drawings

March 31, 1987, to September 6, 1987

Chuck Close

Photographs

March 31, 1987, to September 6, 1987