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Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition catalogs, 1951-1998

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Series 1: Exhibition Catalogs , 1951-1998
2.8 Linear feet
Boxes 1-7

Found here are a complete set of exhibition catalogs published by the Sidney Janis Gallery.
Catalogs are arranged chronologically.
Description Container Select
Henri Rousseau (November 5-December 22), 1951
1
1
5 Years of Janis (September 29-October 31), 1953
1
2
Futurism (March 22-May 1), 1954
1
3
15 Years of Jackson Pollock (November 28-December 31), 1955
1
4
Cubism, 1910-1912 (January 3-February 4), 1956
1
5
Leger Major Themes (January 2-February 2), 1957
1
6
Fautrier (February 4-March 2), 1957
1
7
Jawlensky (March 4-30), 1957
1
8
8 Americans (April 4-April 20), 1957
1
9
Mondrian (September 30-November 2), 1957
1
10
Gorky (December 2-28), 1957
1
11
Tapestries (April 21-May 17), 1958
1
12
X Years of Janis (September 29-November 1), 1958
1
13
Jackson Pollock (November 3-29), 1958
1
14
8 American Painters (January 5-31), 1959
1
15
75 Collages by Schwitters (February 2-March 7), 1959
1
16
Late Drawings by Gorky (September 28-October 24), 1959
1
17
Guston (December 28-January 23), 1959-1960
1
18
Arp & Mondrian (January 25-March 5), 1960
1
19
Kline (March 7-April 2), 1960
1
20
9 American Painters (April 4-April 23), 1960
1
21
F. Leger (December 5-January 7), 1960-1961
1
22
Robert Motherwell (April 10-May 6), 1961
1
23
10 American Painters (May 8-June 3), 1961
1
24
Albers (October 2-28), 1961
1
25
Paintings and Sculpture from the Gallery Collection (October 30-December 2), 1961
1
26
Piet Mondrian (January 2-February 4), 1962
1
27
Paintings by Arshile Gorky (February 5-March 3), 1962
1
28
10 American Painters (May 7-June 2), 1962
2
1
Adolph Gottlieb (October 1-27), 1962
2
2
New Realists (November 1-December 1), 1962
2
3
Robert Motherwell (December 4-29), 1962
2
4
Jim Dine (February 4-March 2), 1963
2
5
Sculpture by Jean Arp (April 29-May 25), 1963
2
6
11 Abstract Expressionist Painters (October 7-November 2), 1963
2
7
Piet Mondrian (November 4-30), 1963
2
8
Memorial Exhibition Kline (December 3-28), 1963
2
9
The Classic Spirit in 20th Century Art (February 4-29), 1964
2
10
Claes Oldenburg (April 7-May 2), 1964
2
11
Albers Homage to the Square (September 28-October 24), 1964
2
12
3 Generations (November 24-December 26), 1964
2
13
Arman (December 29-January 27), 1964-1965
2
14
Abstract Tromp L'Oeil (January 26-February 27), 1965
2
15
Morris Hirschfield, 1972-1945 (March 2-April 3), 1965
2
16
Ellsworth Kelly (April 6-May 1), 1965
2
17
Recent Work by Arman, Dine, Fahstrom, Marisol, Oldenburg, Segal (May 5-31), 1965
2
18
George Segal (October 4-30), 1965
2
19
Anuszkiewicz (November 3-27), 1965
2
20
Vasarely (January 5-February 5), 1966
2
21
Oldenburg (March 9-April 2), 1966
2
22
Wesselmann (May 10-June 4), 1966
2
23
Erotic Art (October 3-29), 1966
2
24
Jim Dine (November 1-26), 1966
2
25
Steinberg (November 29-December 24), 1966
2
26
2 Generations: Picasso-Pollock (January 3-27), 1967
2
27
Oyvind Fahlstrom (February 1-25), 1967
2
28
Ellsworth Kelly (March 1-25), 1967
2
29
Segal (March 29-April 22), 1967
2
30
Claes Oldenburg (April 26-May 27), 1967
3
1
Anuszkiewicz (October 2-25), 1967
3
2
Marisol (November 1-30), 1967
3
3
Homage to Marilyn Monroe (December 6-30), 1967
3
4
Vasarely (January 8-February 3), 1968
3
5
Tom Wesselmann (February 6-March 2), 1968
3
6
Jean Arp (March 6-April 6), 1968
3
7
Ellsworth Kelly (October 7-November 2), 1968
3
8
Giacometti and Dubuffet (November 6-30), 1968
3
9
George Segal (December 4-January 4), 1968-1969
3
10
Selected Works by 20th Century Artists (January 8-February 1), 1969
3
11
Konrad Klapheck (February 5-March 1), 1969
3
12
Oyvind Fahlstrom (March 5-29), 1969
3
13
Vasarely (October 6-November 1), 1969
3
14
Domenico Gnoli (December 3-27), 1969
3
15
String and Rope (January 7-31), 1970
3
16
The High Kitsch of Eilshemius (March 11-April 4), 1970
3
17
Wesselmann (April 8-May 2), 1970
3
18
George Segal (May 6-29), 1970
3
19
Albers (October 5-31), 1970
3
20
Claes Oldenburg (November 4-28), 1970
3
21
7 Artists (December 4-31), 1970
3
22
Richard Anuszkiewicz (February 10-March 6), 1971
3
23
Fahlstrom (March 17-April 10), 1971
3
24
An Arp Garden of Marbles and Bronzes (October 4-30), 1971
3
25
Ellsworth Kelly (November 3-27), 1971
3
26
Jann Haworth (December 2-31), 1971
3
27
Sharp-Focus Realism (January 6-February 5), 1972
3
28
Colossal Scale (March 9-April 1), 1972
3
29
Vasarely (April), 1972
3
30
Los Angeles '72 (May 11-June 3), 1972
3
31
de Kooning (October 4-November 4), 1972
3
32
Wesselmann (November 8-December 2), 1972
4
1
Segal (January 11-February 3), 1973
4
2
Saul Steinberg (February 7-March 3), 1973
4
3
Richard Anuszkiewicz (March 7-31), 1973
4
4
Oyvind Fahlstrom (April 4-28), 1973
4
5
Marisol (May 3-31), 1973
4
6
25 Years of Janis (October 2-November 3), 1973
4
7
The Erotic Art of Bellmer (January 10-February 2), 1974
4
8
Mondrian (February 7-March 9), 1974
4
9
25 Years of Janis Part 2 (March 13-April 13), 1974
4
10
Wesselmann (April 20-May 25), 1974
4
11
Segal (October 1-November 26), 1974
4
12
Pistoletto (November 6-30), 1974
4
13
Herbin (December 4-31), 1974
4
14
Tom Blackwell (February 5-March 1), 1975
4
15
Marisol (March 5-29), 1975
4
16
The Motorcycle by David Parrish (April 2-26), 1975
4
17
Bridget Riley (April 30-May 31), 1975
4
18
Giacometti (January 8-31), 1976
4
19
Oyvind Fahlstrom (March 18-April 10), 1976
4
20
Wesselmann (April 21-May 22), 1976
4
21
Duane Michals (October 19-November 13), 1976
4
22
Steinberg Cartoons (November 17-December 11), 1976
4
23
George Segal (January 26-February 26), 1977
5
1
Yves Klein (March 3-April 2), 1977
5
2
Less is More (April 7-May 7), 1977
5
3
J.Torres-Garcia (October 4-29), 1977
5
4
Max Cole (November 3-26), 1977
5
5
Magritte (December 1-31), 1977
5
6
Walker Evans (January 6-February 4), 1978
5
7
Richard Lindner (April 6-May 6), 1978
5
8
Bridget Riley (May 10-June 2), 1978
5
9
Duane Michals (November 1-25), 1978
5
10
George Segal (November 30-December 30), 1978
5
11
The Americans and New York Photographs by Robert Frank (February 1-24), 1979
5
12
Wesselmann (April 26-June 1), 1979
5
13
Photographs of Personalities and Places by Gisele Freund (December 6-January 5), 1979-1980
5
14
Arp (January 10-February 16), 1980
5
15
P. Mondrian (February 21-March 29), 1980
5
16
Seven Decades of Twentieth-Century Art (La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art March 29-May 11, Santa Barbara Museum of Art June 6-August 10), 1980
5
17
Gallery Moving Flier (October 1), 1980
5
18
George Segal (October 1-November 1), 1980
5
19
Wesselmann (November 6-December 6), 1980
5
20
Duane Michals (December 11-January 6), 1981
5
21
Michael David Evolution of the Symbol (April 9-May 2), 1981
5
22
250 Photographs of Picasso by David Douglas Duncan (October 25-November 28), 1981
5
23
Oyvind Fahlstrom, 1928-1976 (January 7-30), 1982
5
24
Robert Mangold (March 4-27), 1982
5
25
George Segal (April 1-May 1), 1982
5
26
Wesselmann (May 1-29), 1982
5
27
A Collaboration: Patsy Norvell & Robert Zakanitch (November 4-27), 1982
5
28
Brancusi + Mondrian (December 2-31), 1982
5
29
Duane Michals (January 13-February 5), 1983
5
30
Gandy Brodie (March 10-April 2), 1983
5
31
Valerie Jaudon (April 7-April 30), 1983
5
32
Graffiti (December 1-31), 1983
5
33
American Women Artists Part I: 20th Century Pioneers (January 12-February 14), 1984
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1
American Women Artists Part II: The Recent Generation (February 11-March 3), 1984
6
2
Modern Expressionists (March 10-April 7), 1984
6
3
New Sculpture George Segal (April 14-May 12), 1984
6
4
Albers (October 4-November 3), 1984
6
5
F. Leger (October 19-28), 1984
6
6
Crash (November 8-December 1), 1984
6
7
The Early Mondrian (February 7-March 9), 1985
6
8
3 Graffiti Artists (March 14-April 6), 1985
6
9
Valerie Jaudon (April 11-May 4), 1985
6
10
Alberto Giacometti (Septmember 17-November 2), 1985
6
11
Albers (February 1-March 1), 1986
6
12
Crash! (March 13-April 12), 1986
6
13
Yves Klein (April 19-May 31), 1986
6
14
George Segal (September 27-November 1), 1986
6
15
Valerie Jaudon (November 6-29), 1986
6
16
Katherine Porter (January 8-31), 1987
6
17
The Nature of Desire and Other Works Duane Michals (February 10-March 7), 1987
6
18
Early 20th Century Masters (March 12-April 29), 1987
6
19
Sculpture by Elie Nadelman (September 28-October 31), 1987
6
20
Recent Tendencies in Black and White (December 3-24), 1987
6
21
Mondrian (January 4-February 13), 1988
6
22
George Segal (April 30-June 4), 1988
6
23
Arnold Newman (September 15-October 8), 1988
6
24
Tom Wesselmann (October 15-November 19), 1988
6
25
Crash (December 1-24), 1988
6
26
40th Anniversary (January 14-March 11), 1989
6
27
George Segal (March 18-April 22), 1989
6
28
Marisol (April 29-June 3), 1989
6
29
Albers (October 5-31), 1989
6
30
Chillida (November 11-January 11), 1989-1990
6
31
Zakanitch (February 1-24), 1990
6
32
Valerie Jaudon (March 30-April 21), 1990
6
33
Tom Wesselmann Steel Landscapes (April 28-June 2), 1990
6
34
Jean Arp (October 3-November 10), 1990
6
35
Classic Modernism Six Generations (November 15-December 23), 1990
6
36
Who Framed Modern Art (January 10-February 16), 1991
7
1
R.M. Fischer (February 28-March 23), 1991
7
2
Mondrian Flowers (March 28-April 27), 1991
7
3
George Segal (May 3-June 8), 1991
7
4
Duane Michals Poetry and Tales (October 3-November 2), 1991
7
5
Conceptual Abstraction (November 7-December 21), 1991
7
6
4 European Masters (January), 1992
7
7
A Mediterranean Installation (January-February), 1992
7
8
Crash (March 5-28), 1992
7
9
Herve di Rosa: Painter, Richard di Rosa: Sculptor (April), 1992
7
10
George Segal: Sculpture for FDR Memorial Washington, DC (May 1-June 6), 1992
7
11
Duane Michals Paris Stories and Other Follies (September 17-October 10), 1992
7
12
Tom Wesselmann (October 15-November 14), 1992
7
13
20th Century Masters on Paper (December 10-January 23), 1992-1993
7
14
George Segal (March 19-May 1), 1993
7
15
Oyvind Fahlstrom ( October 7-November 6), 1993
7
16
Albers (November 18-December 31), 1993
7
17
George Segal (March 31-April 30), 1994
7
18
Christopher Wilmarth (February 18-March 25), 1995
7
19
George Segal (March 30-April 29), 1995
7
20
Tom Wesselmann (May 4-June 10), 1995
7
21
Images, Masks, and Models Peter Halley (November), 1995
7
22
Valerie Jaudon (February 28-March 23), 1996
7
23
Arman at Janis (March 29-April 27), 1996
7
24
Wesselmann Paper Maquettes (March 30- May 4), 1996
7
25
Sandro Chia (May 4-June 8), 1996
7
26
Tom Wesselmann Abstract Paintings (September 19-October 26), 1996
7
27
Masters at Janis (November 1-December 21), 1996
7
28
Christian Eckart (February 14-March 8), 1997
7
29
George Segal Sculpture and Works on Paper (April 25-June 6), 1997
7
30
Rona Pondick (September 27-October 25), 1997
7
31
American Self-Taughts (January 17-February 28), 1998
7
32
George Segal (March 7-April 4), 1998
7
33
Tom Wesselmann New Paintings (May 16-June 13), 1998
7
34
What is Beauty? Questions Without Answers Duane Michals (November 17-December 24), undated
7
35

Make a Request

  • To request an appointment to view materials, make your selections using the checkboxes and click the "Reading Room" button. Please note, you will receive the full box.
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