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Painting, Drawing and Sculpture of the '60s and '70s From the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection

December 12, 1975 through February 15, 1976

Painting, Drawing and Sculpture of the '60s and '70s From the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection
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artist(s)Vito Acconci, Carl Andre, Stephen Antonakos, Richard Artschwager, Jo Baer, Jared Bark, Robert Barry, Hilla Becher, Bernd Becher, Lynda Benglis, Jake Berthot, Joseph Beuys, James Bishop, Ronald Bladen, Mel Bochner, William Bollinger, Gary Bower, Daniel Buren, Peter Campus, John Chamberlain, Michael Clark, Chuck Close, Kathleen Cooke, Hanne Darboven, Ron Davis, Ad Dekkers, Agnes Denes, Mark di Suvero, Jan Dibbets, Benni Efrat, Allan Erdman, Paul Feeley, Janet Fish, Dan Flavin, Richard Francisco, Michael Goldberg, Ron Gorchov, Dan Graham, Nancy Graves, Robert Grosvenor, Eva Hesse, Douglas Huebler, Ralph Humphrey, Peter Hutchinson, Will Insley, Patrick Ireland, Christo Javacheff, Bill Jensen, Donald Judd, Steven Kaltenbach, Joseph Kosuth, Sol LeWitt, Robert Lobe, Richard Long, Robert Mangold, Sylvia Mangold, Andy Mann, Brice Marden, Antoni Miralda, Robert Morris, Robert Motherwell, Forrest Myers, Bruce Nauman, Richard Nonas, David Novros, Claes Oldenburg, Dennis Oppenheim, Lil Pacard, Nam June Paik, Raymond Parker, Betty Parsons, Philip Pearlstein, Henry Pearson, Richard Pettibone, Howardena Pindell, Larry Poons, Katherine Porter, Lucio Pozzi, David Rabinowitch, Edda Renouf, Judy Rifka, Klaus Rinke, Dorothea Rockburne, Stephen Rosenthal, Dieter Roth, Robert Ryman, John Salt, Lucas Samaras, Alan Saret, Richard Serra, Joel Shapiro, Alan Shields, Eve Sonneman, Robert Stanley, Gary Stephan, Richard Tuttle, Leo Vallador, Richard Van Buren, Ruth Vollmer, Andy Warhol, Lawrence Weiner, Jack Youngerman, Mario Yrissary

“The current exhibition represents less than half of the Voegl’s holdings, which include well over five hundred artwork . . . The Voegls’ penchant for reduced formal elements as well as for works based on conception and placement rather than permanence gives the collection a cogent stylistic focus” (Suzanne Delehanty, Voegl Collection).

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