Larry Poons Catalogue
Larry Poons
Group Exhibitions
1963
"Formalists," Washington Gallery of Modern Art. Washington, DC. 
 
1964
"American Drawings," Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. 
 
"The Classic Spirit," Sidney Janis Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"New York Group," Famus Gallery. Los Angeles, California. 
 
"The 1964 Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture," Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 
 
1965
"Abstract Trompe l’Oeil," Sidney Janis Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"Three Young Americans: Hinman, Poons, and Williams," Allen Art Museum, Oberlin College. Oberlin, Ohio. 
 
"The Responsive Eye," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
 
"Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
"The United States of America," Biennial. Sao Paulo, Brazil. 
National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. 
 
1966
"Six Artists from New York," San Francisco Museum of Art. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Seven Decades of Modern Art," Public Education Association, Cordier-Ekstrom. New York, New York. 
 
"Harry Abrams Family Collection," The Jewish Museum. New York, New York. 
 
"Systemic Painting," Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. 
 
"68th American Exhibition," Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 
 
1967
"30th Biennial Exhibition," Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C. February 24-April 19, 1967. 
 
"Ten Years," Leo Castelli Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"The 1960’s: Painting and Sculpture from the Museum Collection," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
 
"Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture," Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 
 
"Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
"Two Decades of American Painting," National Gallery of Victoria. Melbourne, Australia. 
 
1968
"The Art of the Real: 1948-68," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
 
"Plus by Minus: Today’s Half-Century," Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Buffalo, New York. 
 
"Documenta IV," Kassel, West Germany. 
 
"Art Students League, centennial decade, 1968-1969," Art Students League. New York, New York. September 16-May 28, 1969. 
 
1969
"Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
"31st Biennial Exhibition," Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C. January 31-March 16, 1969. 
 
"New York Painting and Sculpture, 1940-1970," Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. 
 
"The George Waterman Collection," Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design. Providence, Rhode Island. 
 
"The Development of Modern Painting: Jackson Pollock to the Present," Steinburg Art Gallery, Washington University. St. Louis, Missouri. 
 
"One Tendency of Contemporary Art," Kunstmarkt. Cologne, West Germany. 
 
"Painting in New York: 1944-1969," Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California. 
 
1970
"Color and Field: 1890-1970," Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Buffalo, New York. 
Dayton Art Institute. Dayton, Ohio.
Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland Ohio. 
 
1971
"Collection of Graham Gund," New City Hall. Boston, Massachusetts. 
 
"The Structure of Color," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
"Six Painters," Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Buffalo, New Y ork. October 5-November 14, 1971. 
Baltimore Museum of Art. Baltimore, Maryland. December 11-January 23,1972.
Milwaukee Art Center. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. February 12-March 26, 1972. 
 
1972
"Abstract Paintings in the 70’s: A Selection," Museum of Fine Art. Boston, Massachusetts. 
 
"Masters of the 1960’s," Edmonton Art Gallery. Winnipeg, Canada. 
 
"Color Field Painting to Post Color Field Abstraction," Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Kansas City, Missouri. 
 
"Giant Paintings; Monuments and Murals," Knoedler Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"Post 1945 Paintings," Norton Simon Museum. Pasadena, California. 
 
1973
"A Look at New York," Norton Simon Museum. Pasadena, California. 
 
1974
"The Great Decade of American Abstraction: Modernist Art, 1960 to 1970," Houston Museum of Fine Art. Houston, Texas. January 15-March 10, 1974. 
 
"Contemporary American Artists," Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, Ohio. 
 
"Less is More: The Influence of Bauhaus on American Art," Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami. Miami, Florida. 
 
"El Lenguaje del Color," Museo de Bellas Artes. Caracas, Venezuela. 
 
"Select Works from the collection of Carter Burden," Marlborough Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
1975
"34th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting," Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C. 
 
1976
"Today/Tomorrow," Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami. Miami, Florida. 
 
"New Works in Clay by Contemporary painters and Sculptures," Everson Museum of Art. Syracuse, New York. 
The Edmonton Art Gallery. Edmonton, Canada. 
 
"Artists at Bennington, Visual Arts Faculty 1932-1976," Suzanne Lemberg Usdan Gallery, Bennington College. Bennington, Vermont. 
 
1977
"Surface, Edge, and Color," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
"Recent Works on Paper by American Artists," Madison Art Center. Madison, Wisconsin. 
 
1978
David Mirvish Gallery. Toronto, Canada. 
 
"Fifteen Sculptors in Steel around Bennington, 1963-1978," Park McCullough House Association. North Bennington, Vermont. August 12-October 15, 1978. 
 
"Major Paintings," Douglas Drake Gallery. Kansas City, Kansas. 
 
1979
"Works on Paper USA," Rockland Center for the Arts. West Nyack, New York. 
 
"A Center of Ceramics in the United States, 1878-1978," Everson Museum of Art. Syracuse, New York. 
Renwick Gallery of the National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution., Washington, D.C.
Cooper-Hewitt Museum. New York, New York. 
 
"Color Abstraction: Selections from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston," Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Display Area. Boston, Massachusetts. 
 
Richard Hines Gallery. Seattle, Washington. 
 
1980
"Aspects of the 70’s: Painterly Abstraction," Brockton Art Museum. Brockton, Massachusetts. 
 
"L’Amerique aux Independants," 91e Exposition, Société des Artistes. Paris, France. 
 
"Paintings from the Andre Emmerich Gallery," Audrey Strohl Gallery. Memphis, Tennessee. 
 
"Art In Embassies," State Museum of Art, Copenhagen Collection of US Ambassador and Mrs. Warren Manshel. Copenhagen, Denmark. May 1-June 1, 1980. 
 
"Works on Paper," Allen Rubiner Gallery. Royal Oak, Michigan. 
 
"Contemporary Works on Paper," Meredith Long & Co. Houston, Texas. 
 
1981
"International Florida Artists," Ringling Museum of Art. Sarasota, Florida. 
 
"New Works in Clay III," Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse and Onondaga Counties, New York. 
 
"Works on Paper," Salander-O’Reilly Galleries. New York, New York. 
 
1982
"A Private Vision: Contemporary Art from the Graham Gund Collection," Museum of Fine Art. Boston, Massachusetts. 
 
"Miro in America," Houston Museum of Fine Art. Houston, Texas. 
 
Oil and Steel Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"Works on Paper," Douglas Drake Gallery. Kansas City, Kansas. 
 
1983
"Living with Art, Two: The Collection of Walter and Dawn Clark Netsch," Miami University Art Museum. Oxford, Ohio. September 10-December 16, 1983. 
Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame. Notre Dame, Indiana. January 22-March 25, 1984. 
 
"Artists Choose Artists II," CDS Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
1984
"Arse Contemporaneo Norte americano, Coleccion David Mirvish," American Embassy. Madrid, Spain. 
 
"An Exhibition of Contemporary Paintings and Sculpture," William Beadleston Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
1985
"Pre-Postmodern," The Richard F. Bush Art Gallery, St. Lawrence University. Canton, New York. 
 
"Grand Compositions: Selections from the Collection of David Mirvish," The Fort-Worth Art Museum. Fort-Worth, Texas. 
 
"Selections from the William J. Hokin Collection," Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois. 
 
"American Abstract Painting," Margo Leavin Gallery. Los Angeles, California. 
 
Arthur Roger Gallery. New Orleans, Louisiana. 
 
1986
"Paintings and Sculptures by Candidates for Art Awards," American Academy and Institute for Arts and Letters. New York, New York. 
 
"Definitive Statements-American Art: 1964-66," David Winston Bell Gallery, The List Art Center, Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island. 
 
Parish Art Museum. South Hampton, New York. 
 
"0-1+2," Galleria Chisel. Milan, Italy. 
 
"Selected 20th Century Paintings," Rose Art Museum, Brandies University. Waltham, Massachusetts. 
 
"Abstraction by American Masters over 50," RH Love Modern. Chicago, Illinois. 
 
1987
Hokin Gallery. Bay Harbor, Florida. 
 
"Leo Castelli Y Sus Artistas," Centro Cultural/Arte Contemporaneo. Mexico. 
 
1988
"Contemporary Art from the Collection of Marion and David Handleman," Meadow Brook Art Gallery, Oakland University. Rochester, Michigan. 
 
"Five Floridians," Helander Gallery. Palm Beach, Florida. 
 
1989
"Important Works on Paper," Meredith Long. Houston, Texas. 
 
1990
"Before the Field- Paintings from the Sixties," Daniel Newburg Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"Group: 1990," Salander-O’Reilly Galleries. New York, New York. 
 
"Group Show," Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Buffalo, New York. 
 
1991
"Group," Pat Hearn Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"Group Show," William College Museum of Art. Williamstown, Massachusetts. 
 
"Gallery Selections," Salander-O’Reilly Galleries. New York, New York. 
 
"Inaugural Exhibition," Salander-O’Reilly Galleries. Berlin, Germany. 
 
1992
"Gallery Selections," Salander-O’Reilly Galleries. Beverly Hills, California. 
 
"Stars in Florida," Museum of Art. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. 
 
"Slow Art," P.S. 1. Long Island City, New York. 
 
"Summer Pleasure," Helander Galleries. Palm Beach, Florida. 
 
"Celebrating Formalism," C.S. Schulte Galleries. South Orange, New Jersey. 
 
1993
"Gallery Selections," Salander-O’Reilly Galleries. New York, New York. 
 
1994
"The Brushstroke and its Guises," New York Studio School. New York, New York. 
 
1995
"Seven Painters," Nicholas Alexander Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
1996
"Addison Gallery of American Art: 65 Years," Addison Gallery, Phillips Academy. Andover, Massachusetts. 
 
"Color Field, The Classic Years: 1960-75," Andre Emmerich Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
1998
"Regatta 98," Sideshow Gallery. Brooklyn, New York. 
 
"Masterworks by Instructors of the Arts Students League," Art Students League of New York. New York, New York. 
 
"Reflections of Monet," Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. 
 
2001
"From Alf to Zox: Contemporary Art from the Museum Collections," Main and Octagonal Galleries, University of Virginia. Charlottesville, Virginia. December 8-23, 2001. 
 
2001-2002
"Imagine: Abstract Paintings from the 1970s," Speed Art Museum. Louisville, Kentucky. March 10, 2001-April 7, 2002. 
 
2003-2004
"Fine Lines: Drawings from the Collection of Wynn Kramarsky," Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum. Santa Barbara, California. November 16, 2003-January 1, 2004. 
 
2004
"Geometric Abstraction & Beyond," Jacobson Howard Gallery. New York, New York. June 24-August 13, 2004. 
 
"Suites From the Permanent Collection: The New York Collection for Stockholm," University Gallery, University of Massachusetts. Amherst, Massachusetts. November 9-December 12, 2004. 
 
2007
"When Art Worlds Collide: The 60’s," Woodward Gallery. New York, New York. May 17-July 14, 2007. 
 
"Optic Nerve: Perceptual Art of the 1960s," Columbus Museum of Art. Columbus, Ohio. February 16-June 17, 2007. 
 
2007-2008
"Color as Field: American Painting, 1950–1975," organized by the American Federation of Arts. Denver Art Museum. Denver, Colorado. November 9, 2007-February 3, 2008. 
Smithsonian American Art Museum. Washington, D.C. February 29-March 26, 2008.
Frist Center for the Visual Arts. Nashville, Tennessee. June 20-September 21, 2008. 
 
2008
Whitelaw, Anne, curator.  "Seeing Through Modernism: Edmonton 1970-1985," Art Gallery of Alberta. Edmonton, Canada. March 1-May 4, 2008. 
 
"American Art Since 1945: In a New Light," McNay Art Museum. San Antonio, Texas. June 7-August 24, 2008. 
 
"Painting: Now and Forever, Part II," Matthew Marks Gallery. New York, New York. July 3-August 15, 2008. 
 
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