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Richard J. Daley

December 19, 1968 through January 14, 1969

Richard J. Daley
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artist(s)Robert Barnes, Jack Beal, Lee Bontecou, Hans Breder, Enrique Castro-Cid, George Cohen, William Copley, Edward Flood, Sam Francis, Leon Golub, Adolph Gottlieb, Red Grooms, Henry Hanson, Charles Hinman, Hans Hollein, Christo Javacheff, Ray Johnson, Allen Jones, Donald Judd, Donald Kaufman, Nicholas Krushenick, Gerald Laing, Stanley Landesman, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Lindner, James McGarrell, Charles Mingus, III, Robert Morris, Robert Motherwell, Lowell Nesbitt, Barnett Newman, Kenneth Noland, Claes Oldenburg, Irving Petlin, Bernard Pfriem, Robert Rauschenberg, Hans Richter, Larry Rivers, James Rosenquist, Seymour Rosofsky, Peter Saul, Alfons Schilling, Aaron Siskind, Richard Smith, Tony Smith, Harry Soviak, Theodoros Stamos, Frank Stella, Chuck Thomas, Jean Tinguely, Jack Tworkov, John Willenbacher, Derrick Woodham

“They [the artists in this exhibition] have assembled the first major collection of art expressing a political and social point of view since the Social Realists’ exhibits of the nineteen-thirties” (JSM, Richard J. Daley). This show was conceived as a protest show when Claes Oldenburg cancelled his show at the Richard Feigen Gallery.

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