Larry Bell Catalogue
Larry Bell
Group Exhibitions
1959
"Southern California Painting and Sculpture Annual," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. 
 
1961
"War Babies," Huysman Gallery. Los Angeles, California. May 29–June 17, 1961. 
 
"Fourth Art Center Annual of California Painting and Sculpture," Art Center of La Jolla. La Jolla, California. November 17–December 5, 1961. 
 
1964
"Boxes," Dwan Gallery. Los Angeles, California. February 2–29, 1964. 
 
"California Hard Edge Painting," Pavilion Gallery. Balboa, California. March 11–April 12, 1964. 
 
"Seven New Artists," Sidney Janis Gallery. New York, New York. May 5–29, 1964. 
 
1965
"Five at Pace," Pace Gallery. New York, New York. Opened March 9, 1965. 
 
"Shape and Structure," Tibor de Nagy Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
1965-1966
"The Responsive Eye," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. February 23, 1965–April 25, 1965. 
Traveled to City Art Museum of St. Louis. St. Louis, Missouri (May 20–June 20, 1965); Seattle Art Museum. Seattle, Washington (July 15–August 23, 1965); Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California (September 25–November 7, 1965) Baltimore Museum of Art. Baltimore, Maryland (December 14–January 23, 1966). 
 
"VIII Bienal de São Paolo. (US Section selected by the Pasadena Art Museum)," Museo de Arte Moderna. São Paolo, Brazil. September 4–November 28, 1965. 
Traveled to National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, DC. (January 27-March 6, 1966) . 
 
1966
"Five Los Angeles Sculptors and Sculptors’ Drawings," Art Gallery, University of California. Irvine, California. January 7–February 6, 1966. 
 
"Los Angeles Now," Robert Fraser Gallery. London, United Kingdom. January 31–February 19, 1966. 
 
"Primary Structures," Jewish Museum. New York, New York. April 27–June 12, 1966. 
 
"New Modes in California Painting and Sculpture," La Jolla Museum of Art. La Jolla, California. May 20–June 26, 1966. 
 
"Highlights of the '65 – '66 Art Season," Larry Aldrich Museum. Ridgefield, Connecticut. July 10–September 11, 1966. 
 
"Ten From Los Angeles," Seattle Art Museum Pavilion. Seattle, Washington. July 15–September 5, 1966. 
 
"Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American Sculpture and Prints," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. December 16–February 6, 1967. 
 
1967
"American Sculpture of the Sixties," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. April 28–June 25, 1967. 
 
"A New Esthetic," Washington Gallery of Modern Art. Washington, D.C. May 6–June 26, 1967. 
 
"Guggenheim International Exposition," Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. 
 
"The 1960’s," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
 
"Mini-Things," Lytton Center for the Visual Arts. Los Angeles, California. 
 
1968
"Los Angeles 6," Vancouver Art Gallery. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. March 31–May 5, 1968. 
 
"6 Artists: 6 Exhibitions," Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota. May 12–June 23, 1968. 
 
"Documenta IV," Museum Fridericianum. Kassel, Germany. June 27–October 6, 1968. 
 
"Serial Imagery," Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California. September 17–October 27, 1968. 
Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington. Seattle, Washington. November 17–December 22, 1968
Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Santa Barbara, California. January 25–February 23, 1969.
Art Gallery, University of California. San Diego, California. 
 
1969
"14 Sculptors: The Industrial Edge," Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota. May 29–June 21, 1969. 
 
"Kompas IV – West Coast USA," Stedelijk Van Abbe Museum. Eindhoven, Holland. November 21–January 4, 1970. 
 
"West Coast ‘49 – ‘69," Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California. November 24–January 18, 1970. 
 
"Spaces," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. December 30–March 1, 1970. 
 
"George Waterman Collection," Rhode Island School of Design. Providence, Rhode Island. 
 
"Invisible Painting and Sculpture," Richmond Art Center. Richmond, California. 
 
1970
"69th American Exhibit," Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. January 17–Feberuay 22, 1970. 
 
"Larry Bell, Robert Irwin, Doug Wheeler," Tate Gallery. London, United Kingdom. May 5–31, 1970. 
 
Mizuno Gallery. Los Angeles, California. July–August 1970. 
 
"Looking West," Joslyn Art Museum. Omaha, Nebraska. October 18–Novemeber 29, 1970. 
 
"A Decade of California Color," Pace Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"American Art Since 1960," Princeton University. Princeton, New Jersey. 
 
1971
"Transparency, Reflection, Light, Space: 4 Artists," UCLA Art Galleries. Los Angeles, California. January 11–February 14, 1971. 
 
"Works for New Spaces," Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota. May 18–July 25, 1971. 
 
"Reflections," Long Beach Museum of Art. Long Beach, California. 
 
Ace Gallery. Los Angeles, California. 
 
1971-1972
"11 Los Angeles Artists," (Sponsored by Arts Council of Great Britain.) Hayward Gallery. London, United Kingdom. September 30–November 7, 1971. 
Traveled to Palaix des Beaux Arts. Brussels, Belgium. (January 20–March 1, 1972); Kunstverein. Berlin, Germany. (April 5–30, 1972). 
 
1972
"20th Century Sculpture from Southern California Collections," UCLA Art Galleries. Los Angeles, California. Spring 1972. 
 
Mizuno Gallery. Los Angeles, California. Summer. 
 
Dennis Hopper Gallery. Taos, New Mexico. September 1972. 
 
"Looking West," ACA Galleries. New York, New York. 
 
"USA West Coast," Kunstverein. Hamburg, Germany. 
Kunstverein. Hanover, Germany.
Kolnischer Kunstverein. Wurtt, Germany.
Kunstverein. Stuttgart, Germany. 
 
1973
"3D into 2D: Drawing for Sculpture," New York Cultural Center. New York, New York. January 19–March 11, 1973. 
 
"Art in Space: Some Turning Points," Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, Michigan. May 15–June 24, 1973. 
 
1974
"Illuminations and Reflections," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. April 10–May 16, 1974. 
 
"Art Now: 1974," John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Washington, DC. 
 
"Projects pour “La Defense”, collaboration du Larry Bell, Frank Gehry, Newton Harrison, Robert Irwin, Dr. Ed Wortz, Joshua Young," Galerie Sonnabend. Paris, France. October 11, 1974. 
 
1975
"The Condition of Sculpture," Hayward Gallery. London, United Kingdom. May 29–July 13, 1975. 
 
"A View Through," The Art Galleries, California State University. Long Beach, California. September 22–October 19, 1975. 
 
"Sculpture: American Directions, 1945 – 1975," National Collection of the Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, DC. October 2-November 30, 1975. 
 
"University of California Irvine, 1965–75," La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art. La Jolla, California. November 7–December 14, 1975. 
 
1976
"The Last Time I Saw Ferus: 1957–1968," Newport Harbor Art Museum. Newport Beach, California. March 7–April 17, 1976. 
 
"Two Hundred Years of American Sculpture," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. March 16–Septmber 26, 1976. 
 
"Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. September 3–November 21, 1976. 
 
"War Resisters League Exhibition," Heiner Friedrich Gallery. New York, New York. December, 1976. 
 
1977
"Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era," National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. May 20–September 11, 1977. 
 
"Photographs by Southern California Painters & Sculptors," University of California. Santa Barbara, California. June 3–30, 1977. 
 
1978
"Santa Fe Selects," Santa Fe Festival of the Arts. Santa Fe, New Mexico. October, 1978. 
 
"12 Artistas Internacionales en la Collection," Museo de Arte Contemporaneso de Caracas. Caracas, Venezuela. November, 1978. 
 
"Vapor Drawings," Erica Williams/Anne Johnson Gallery. Seattle, Washington. November, 1978. 
 
"Sculpture," University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico. November–December, 1978. 
 
1978-1979
"Selections from Frederick Weisman Company: Collection of California Art," California State University, Long Beach. Long Beach, California. November 20–December 17, 1978. 
Traveled to Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, DC. (September 15–November 4, 1979). 
 
1979
Armory Show. Santa Fe, New Mexico. March, 1979. 
 
"Contemporary Sculpture: Selections from the Collections of MOMA," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. May 18–August 7, 1979. 
 
"From Alan to Zucker," Texas Gallery. Houston, Texas. September, 1979. 
 
"California Perceptions: Light and Space, Selections from the Wortz Collection," California State University. Fullerton, California. November 16–December 13, 1979. 
 
1979-1980
"Reflections of Realism," Albuquerque Museum. Albuquerque, New Mexico. November 4, 1979–January 27, 1980. 
 
1980
Albuquerque Museum. Albuquerque, New Mexico. July 14–October 12, 1980. 
 
"Beyond Object," Aspen Center for the Visual Arts. Aspen, Colorado. May 27–July 12, 1980. 
 
"Loan Collection from Pacific Coast States Museums," The Vice President's House. Washington, D.C. May 1980–April 1981. 
 
"New Mexico," Fruit Market Gallery. Edinburgh, Scotland. August 16–September 21, 1980. 
 
1981
"California I, Light and Space, 1960–1980," Lonny Gans and Associates. Venice, California. February 14–March 31, 1981. 
 
"The Fine Art of Business," Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Boston, Massachusettes. March 16–May 1, 1981. 
 
"Artists and Furniture," Magnuson-Lee Gallery. Boston, Massachusttes. May 17–June 17, 1981. 
 
"Group Show of Gallery Artists in New Gallery Space," Heydt-Bair Gallery. Santa Fe, New Mexico. June 16–July 29, 1981. 
 
"Summer Penthouse Exhibition: Summer Light," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. June 1–September 15, 1981. 
 
"Americans in Glass: 1981," Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. Wausau, Wisconsin. June 20–August 2, 1981. 
 
"Southern California Artists: 1940-1980," Laguna Beach Museum of Art. Laguna Beach, California. July 24–September 13, 1981. 
 
"Abstraction in Los Angeles 1950-1980: Selections from the Ruth and Murray Bribin Collection," Fine Arts Gallery, California State University. Northridge, California. September 27–October 23, 1981. 
Traveled to Fine Arts Gallery, University of California. Irvine, California (November–December, 1981). 
 
"Group Show ‘81," Dorn Fitz Gallery. Amarillo, Texas. October 1–20, 1981. 
 
"Rosiland Constable Invites," Festival of the Visual Arts. Santa Fe, New Mexico. October 9–18, 1981. 
 
"The Best of the Decade," Hill's Gallery. Santa Fe, New Mexico. October 10–24, 1981. 
 
Heineck Gallery. Pasadena, California. November 27–December 31, 1981. 
 
1981-1982
"Art in Los Angeles: Seventeen Artists in the Sixties," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. July 16–October 4, 1981. 
Traveled to San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, Texas (November 30–January 31, 1982). 
 
"California Innovations," The Art Gallery: California State University. Fullerton, California. September 11–October 15, 1981. 
Traveled to Palm Springs Desert Museum. Palm Springs, California (December 15–January 17, 1982). 
 
Heydt-Bair Gallery. Santa Fe, New Mexico. October 28, 1981–January 28, 1982. 
 
"Artlines: The First Eighteen Months," Stables Art Center, Taos Art Association. Taos, New Mexico. November 16–24, 1981. 
Traveled to Heydt-Bair Gallery. Santa Fe, New Mexico (January 16–23, 1982). 
 
"Wood and Wool," Stables Art Center, Taos Art Association. Taos, New Mexico. December 19, 1981–January 10, 1982. 
 
1982
"Artists’ Photographs," Crown Point Gallery. Oakland, California. January 10–February 7, 1982. 
 
"Prints and Drawings: An Invitational and Juried Exhibition," Stables Art Center, Taos Art Association. Taos, New Mexico. January 23–February 28, 1982. 
 
"Group Show of Recent Work," Heydt-Bair Gallery. Santa Fe, New Mexico. February 20–April 3, 1982. 
 
"New Vapor Drawings from the “EL” Series," Marian Goodman Gallery. New York, New York. March 16–April 10, 1982. 
 
"Sculpture ‘82, A Contemporary Survey, Parts One and Two," Sonoma State University Art Gallery. Rohnert Park, California. March 18–August 29, 1982. 
 
"Prints by Contemporary Sculptors," Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, Connecticut. May 18–August 31, 1982. 
 
"74Th American Exhibition," Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. June 8–August 1, 1982. 
 
"Artists’ Furniture," San Francisco International Airport. San Francisco, California. June 21–September 17, 1982. 
 
"Group Show of Gallery Artists," Heydt-Bair Gallery. Santa Fe, New Mexico. July 2–24, 1982. 
 
"100 Years of California Sculpture," Oakland Museum. Oakland, California. August 7–October 17, 1982. 
 
"New Dimensions and Statements in Design," Abilene Fine Arts Museum. Abilene Texas. July–September, 1982. 
 
1982-1983
"Santa Fe/Taos," Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska. Lincoln, Nebraska. August 31–October 3, 1982. 
Traveled to Spiva Art Center. Joplin, Missouri (February 6–23, 1983); Wyoming State Museum. Cheyenne, Wyoming (April 3–May 1, 1983); Salina Art Center. Salina, Kansas (May 8–June 5, 1983); Sioux City Art Center. Sioux City, Iowa (June 12–July 17, 1983). 
 
1983
"The Chinese Chance: An American Collection," Butler Institute of American. Youngstown, Ohio. March 6–27, 1983. 
 
"Santa Fe Comes to Scottsdale: A New Mexico Invitational," Leslie Levy Gallery. Scottsdale, Arizona. February 4–March 21, 1983. 
 
"Spring Arts Celebration," Taos Inn. Taos, New Mexico. April 20–June 21, 1983. 
 
"Gallery Artists/Summer," Wildine Gallery. Albuquerque, New Mexico. July–September, 1983. 
 
"Larry Bell, Richard, and Salvatore Pecoraro," Unicorn Gallery. Aspen, Colorado. August 18–September 30, 1983. 
 
Sebastian-Moore Gallery. Denver, Colorado. August–September, 1983. 
 
"Taos Invites Taos," Kachina Lodge. Taos, New Mexico. October 1–7, 1983. 
 
"Larry Bell, Vapor Drawings," Wildine Gallery. Albuquerque, New Mexico. October–December, 1983. 
 
1984
"Artists Call," Multiples/Marian Goodman Gallery. New York, New York. January, 1984. 
 
"Vapor Drawings," University of El Paso. El Paso, Texas. March, 1984. 
 
"Frederick Weisman Collection," Albuquerque Museum of Art. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
 
"The Art of California: Selected Works from the Collection of the Oakland Museum," Oakland Museum. Oakland, California. May, 1984. 
 
"Americans in Glass," Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. Wausau, Wisconsin. May 26–July 8, 1984. 
 
"Arts New Mexico," Santuario de Guadalupe. Santa Fe, New Mexico. September 4–October 14, 1984. 
Washington DC Exhibition. November 1, 1984. 
 
Wildine Gallery. Albuquerque, New Mexico. December 8–30, 1984. 
 
1984-1987
"Contemporary Viewpoint: Works from the Permanent Collection," Santa Barbara Art Museum. Santa Barbara, California. November, 1984-1987. 
 
1985
"Art/Furniture," Davis/McClain Gallery. Houston, Texas. February 22–March 23, 1985. 
 
"Lee Mullican and Larry Bell," Dord Fitz Gallery. Amarillo, Texas. April 20–May 17, 1985. 
 
"Americans in Glass: 1984/85," Athenaeum Gallery. Manchester, England. May 30–July 21, 1985. 
 
"Images in Boxes," Rufino Tamayo Museum. Mexico City, Mexico. July, 1985. 
 
"Accent on Glass," Ruth Bachofner Gallery. Los Angeles, California. July 27–September 7, 1985. 
 
"Permanent Collection," Newport Harbor Art Museum. Newport Beach, California. October 12–27, 1985. 
 
1986
"The New West," Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Colorado Springs, Colorado. January 12–March 16, 1986. 
 
"California Art Since 1945," Newport Harbor Art Museum. Newport Beach, California. January 15–April 12, 1986. 
 
"Fashion Show," Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art. Los Angeles, California. February 7, 1986. 
 
"Art Expo," Elaine Horwitch Gallery. Scottsdale, Arizona. February 14–16, 1986. 
 
"Artaid," Sotheby's. New York, New York. May 19–25, 1986. 
 
"Box Art," San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, Texas. Auction March 16, Exhibition June, 1986. 
 
"The Invisible Presence: Light and Glass," Ambassador Hotel. Los Angeles, California. Glass Art Society Conference. April 17, 1986. 
Keynote speaker Larry Bell, Light and Surface. 
 
"Kindred Spirits," Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. Los Angeles, California. April 29–June 1, 1986. 
 
"New Acquisitions," Harwood Foundation. Taos, New Mexico. May 2–September 28, 1986. 
 
"Art On and of Paper," Stables Art Center, Taos Art Association. Taos, New Mexico. March 29–May 4, 1986. 
 
"Chicago International Art Exposition," Navy Pier. Chicago, Illinois. May 8–13, 1986. 
Represented by Braunstein/Quay Gallery, Booth #2-139. 
 
"Texas Landscape," Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Houston, Texas. May 16–September 7, 1986. 
 
"Statements ‘86," Fine Arts Gallery, New Mexico State Fairgrounds. Albuquerque, New Mexico. May 30–June 22, 1986. 
 
"Taos Moderns," Sigala Gallery. Taos, New Mexico. June 1–15, 1986. 
 
Leedy-Voulkos Gallery. Kansas City, Missouri. July 11, 1986. 
 
"1986 Summer Gala Dedication of After Gainsborough," Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Colorado Springs, Colorado. August 2–Octber 21, 1986. 
 
Performing Arts Council: Mercado. Los Angeles, California. 
 
Rice Museum, Rice University. Houston, Texas. October 1–December, 1986. 
 
"New Mexico Selections ‘86," College of Santa Fe, The Gallery. Santa Fe, New Mexico. October 17–November 17, 1986. 
 
"Contemporary Galleries," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. November 7–March 31, 1986. 
 
"38Th Annual Academy–Institute Purchase Exhibition," American Academy and Institution of Arts and Letters. New York, New York. November 17–December, 1986. 
 
1987
"3+3x7: Sculpture in Glass and Works on Paper," Arizona State University, Arizona Art Museum (Matthews Center). Tempe, Arizona. January 18–February 22, 1987. 
 
"New Works by Larry Bell and Peter Voulkos," Braunstein/Quay Gallery. San Francisco, California. April 1–May, 1987. 
 
"A View Through / Revisited: Five Artists Explore Light on Surface," The Works Gallery. Long Beach, California. April 4–May 17, 1987. 
 
"American Sculpture: Investigations," Davis/McClain Gallery. Houston, Texas. April 30–June 20, 1987. 
 
"A Perspective on Contemporary Art in New Mexico Statements ‘87," Fine Arts Gallery, New Mexico State Fairgrounds. Albuquerque, New Mexico. May 23–June 21, 1987. 
 
"Artists of Taos," Stables Art Center, Taos Art Association. Taos, New Mexico. June 22–July 19, 1987. 
 
"Artists/Works Two," The Works Gallery. Long Beach, California. July 4–August 20, 1987. 
 
"Art and the West: Tradition and Innovation," University of Wyoming Art Museum, Fine Arts Building. Laramie, Wyoming. 
From the collection at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. 
 
"Sculpture of the Sixties," Margo Leavin Gallery. Los Angeles, California. July–August, 1987. 
 
"1987 Phoenix Biennial," Phoenix Art Museum, The Contemporary Forum. Phoenix, Arizona. August 22–October 4, 1987. 
 
"Primary Structures," Rhona Hoffman Gallery. Chicago, Illinois. September 11–October 10, 1987. 
 
"Art and Science Exhibition 1987," Fine Arts Gallery, New Mexico State Fairgrounds. Albuquerque, New Mexico. October 4–23, 1987. 
 
"Exhibition and Auction," Laguna Art Museum. Laguna Beach, California. October 24, 1987. 
 
"Light-Space-Time," Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art. Cleveland, Ohio. September 11–October 31, 1987. 
Part of Case Western Reserve University Centennial Celebration. 
 
Art L/A/8/7, Los Angeles Convention Center. Los Angeles, CA. December 10–14, 1987. 
Davis/McClain Gallery, Booth 232. 
 
1987-1988
"Sculpture of the Modern Era," Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. November 13, 1987–March 13, 1988. 
 
"The Early Show: California Art from the Sixties & Seventies," James Corcoran Gallery. Santa Monica, California. December 10, 1987–January 5, 1988. 
 
1988
"Primary Structures," Gilbert Brownstone and Cie. Paris, France. January 30, 1988. 
 
"Inaugural Group Show," New Directions Gallery. Taos, New Mexico. February 14–March 15, 1988. 
 
"Modern Art from the Pulitzer Collection–50 Years of Connoisseurship," Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusettes. April 16, 1988. 
 
AnneMarie Verna Gallery. Zurich, Switzerland. April, 1988. 
 
"Collection of Frederick R. Weisman," Palm Springs Desert Museum. Palm Springs, California. May–June, 1988. 
 
"Spring Arts Celebration," Stables Art Center, Taos Art Association. Taos, New Mexico. June 18–July 31, 1988. 
 
"Twentieth Century American Art," Spaso House, US Embassy Residence. United Soviet Socialist Republic. July 1, 1988. 
 
"Views of Reality," University of New Mexico, teaching gallery. Albuquerque, New Mexico. August 12–31, 1988. 
 
"Return to the Object: American and European Art from the 1950’s and 1960’s in the Guggenheim Museum Collection," Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. September 23–November 27, 1988. 
 
"In Conjunction with the National Theater for the Deaf," Stables Art Center, Taos Art Association. Taos, New Mexico. October 6–7, 1988. 
 
"Vessels (In collaboration with Victoria Shields)," The Art Store Gallery. Los Angeles, California. November 3–December 11, 1988. 
 
Cologne Art Fair. Köln, Germany. November, 1988. 
 
"Viewpoints: Postwar painting and Sculpture from the Guggenheim Museum Collection and Major Loans," Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. December 1988–January 22, 1989. 
 
1989
Forum Resources Limited. Minneapolis, Minnesota. December 3–January 7, 1989. 
 
"One of a Kind," Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. Los Angeles, California. December 8–January 15, 1989. 
 
"Art in Public Buildings Program," California Arts Council. Sacramento, California. December 11–January 29, 1989. 
 
"Modern Masterworks from the Permanent Collection," Museum of Fine Arts. Santa Fe, New Mexico. January 21–June 18, 1989. 
 
"Rendezvous," Broschofsky Gallery. Ketchum, Idaho. March 3–April 8, 1989. 
 
"Exhibition in Memory of Fidel Danielli," Los Angeles Valley College. Van Nuys, California. April 17–May 10, 1989. 
 
"Recent Acquisitions," Manny Siverman Gallery. Los Angeles, California. April 8, 1989. 
 
Tony Shafrazi Gallery. New York, New York. May 3–27, 1989. 
 
"Black & White," Santa Fe Festival of the Arts. Santa Fe, New Mexico. May 18–29, 1989. 
 
The Works Gallery. Long Beach, California. June 1–9, 1989. 
 
"The Taos Art Colony, from the Mel Weimer Family Collection," Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Colorado Springs, Colorado. June 10–September 24, 1989. 
 
Basel Art Fair, Nicolina Pon Fine Art. Basel, Switzerland. June 13–21, 1989. 
 
"Artists of Taos Group Exhibition," Stables Art Center, Taos Art Association. Taos, New Mexico. June 24–July 23, 1989. 
 
"7Th year Anniversary Show," Dartmouth Street Gallery. Albuquerque, New Mexico. August 25–September 9, 1989. 
 
"Taos Invites Taos," Taos Arts Festival. Taos, New Mexico. September 23–October8, 1989. 
 
"Contemporary American Artists & Sculptors," Pacific Enterprises, Corporate Collection. Los Angeles, California. September 19, 1989. 
 
"Daylight Savings," Galerie Joan Prats. Barcelona, Spain. September 28–October 25, 1989. 
 
"Billy Al Bengston, Peter Alexander, Larry Bell, Laddie John Dill, Craig Kauffman, Ed Moses, Eric Orr, Ed Ruscha in Barcelona," Artgrafic Galeria d'art. Barcelona, Spain. September 28–October 25, 1989. 
 
Sena Galleries West. Santa Fe, New Mexico. October 11–November 15, 1989. 
 
"Contributor to Blinds & Shutters by Michael Cooper," Earl McGrath Gallery. Los Angeles, California. October 16–November, 1989. 
 
"Art L.A. ‘89," The Works Gallery. Long Beach, California. December 4–10, 1989. 
 
"Art L.A. ‘89," Sena Galleries West. Los Angeles, California. December 4–10, 1989. 
 
"Artists’ Furniture," The Harcus Gallery. Boston, Massachusettes. December 9–January 20, 1989. 
In association with the Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, Massachusettes. 
 
"Geometric Abstraction and Minimalism in America," Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. December 15–February 11, 1989. 
 
1990
"Art in Public Buildings, 1978-1989," Old City Hall. Redding, California. January 3–March 3, 1990. 
Sponsored by the State of California. 
 
Dartmouth Street Gallery. Albuquerque, New Mexico. January 15–February 23, 1990. 
 
"On the Edge: Artworks of New Mexico and Wyoming," Colorado Springs Gallery of Contemporary Art. Colorado Springs, Colorado. January 15–February 23, 1990. 
 
Deaf Artists of America. Rochester, New York. February 16–March 23, 1990. 
 
Olga Dollar Gallery. San Francisco, California. February 20–April 14, 1990. 
In association with Sena Galleries West. 
 
"Taos Art: A New Decade," Center for the Arts of the Southwest. Santa Fe, New Mexico. March 3–May 31, 1990. 
 
"Barcelona 8," Earl McGrath Gallery. Los Angeles, California. April 12–May 5, 1990. 
 
"Taos Artists Against Apartheid," Milagro Gallery. Taos, New Mexico. May 1–31, 1990. 
 
"Artists Unite for Big Green," Fred Hoffman Gallery. Santa Monica, California. May 29–June 9, 1990. 
West Beach Cafe. Venice, California. June 11–22, 1990. 
 
"Artists’ Kids Art," Braunstein/Quay Gallery. San Francisco, California. August 7–25, 1990. 
 
"Perceptual Investigations: Light and Space Works in the Permanent Collection," Museum of Contemporary Art. Los Angeles, California. August 1990–1991. 
 
"Heal the Bay’s Surfboard Invitational," Corcoran Gallery. Santa Monica, California. September 10–18, 1990. 
 
"Collections: U.S. Art," Musee d'art Contemporaine. Lyon, France. September 15–October 29, 1990. 
 
"Taos Invites Taos," Taos Arts Festival, Taos Civic Plaza. Taos, New Mexico. September 22–October, 1990. 
 
"Taos Up Close," Mission Gallery. Taos, New Mexico. September 22–October 6, 1990. 
 
"From the Permanent Collection," Musee de Grenoble, Centre d'art Concret de Mouans-Sartuox, France. September 29, 1990. 
 
Pacific Enterprises, Corporate Collection. Los Angeles, California. October 4, 1990. 
 
"Consider the Child," Centinel Bank of Taos. Taos, New Mexico. October 29–December 7, 1990. 
Benefit for Trudy’s Discovery House. 
 
The Works Gallery. Long Beach, California. November 1–December 30, 1990. 
 
"Heal the Bay: Surfboard Exhibit," The Works Gallery. Long Beach, California. November 12, 1990. 
 
"Taos Up Close," Broschofsky Gallery. Ketchum, Idaho. November 23–December 20, 1990. 
 
1990-1991
"Enigmatic Light," Ruth Bachofner Gallery. Los Angeles, California. November 29, 1990–January 5, 1991. 
 
Bakersfield Art Foundation, Cunningham Memorial Art Gallery. Bakersfield, California. December 6, 1990–January 28, 1991. 
 
"Minimal 1960-1990, Los Angeles," Cirrus. Los Angeles, California. December 8, 1990–February 2, 1991. 
 
1991
"L.A. When It Began," James Coronan Gallery. Santa Monica, California. January 12–February 9, 1991. 
 
Arco/91/Madrid. Madrid, Spain. February 7–12, 1991. 
Tony Shafrazi Gallery, Booth. 
 
"Artists Against the Expanded Airport," Collins-Pettit Gallery. Taos, New Mexico. February 14–April 6, 1991. 
Benefit exhibition and raffle. 
 
"Retrospective and Prospective: The Art Rental & Sales Gallery Salutes the 25th Anniversary of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. February 22–March 28, 1991. 
 
Etherton/Stern Gallery. Tucson, Arizona. March, 1991. 
 
"Finish Fetish, LA’s Cool School," University of Southern California, Fisher Gallery. Los Angeles, California. March 12–April 20, 1991. 
Exhibition and panel. 
 
Tokyo Art Expo. Tokyo, Japan. March 29–April 3, 1991. 
Sena Galleries West, Booth. 
 
"Histories d’Oeil," Espace Lyonnais d'art contemporain (E.L.A.C.). April 18–June 2, 1991. 
Organized by Musee d’Art Contemporain, Lyon, France. 
 
"Daydreams from Taos," Treebeards. Houston, Texas. April 27–May 5, 1991. 
 
"Masks," Dyansen Gallery. New York, New York. Silent auction, May 22, Exhibition May 8–19, 1991. 
Benefit auction for Victim Services, NYC. 
 
Galerie Montenay. Paris, France. June 6–22, 1991. 
 
"International Sculpture At Taos (IS…AT)," Phillip Bareiss Contemporary Exhibitions. Taos, New Mexico. June 22–July 7, 1991. 
 
"Third Annual Auction to Benefit the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture," Museum of New Mexico Foundation, Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe, New Mexico. July 20, 1991. 
 
"Works on Paper," Galerie Rolf Ricke. Köln, Germany. July–August, 1991. 
Two-person show with Donald Judd. 
 
Kiyo Higashi Gallery. Los Angeles, California. August 3, 1991. 
 
"Gallery Group Show," Braunstein/Quay Gallery. San Francisco, California. August 6–24, 1991. 
 
"Child-Rite Art Auction," Taos Civic Center. Taos, New Mexico. August 17, 1991. 
 
"Under Southwestern Skies: 1991 Biennial of Contemporary Art," Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center. Pueblo, Colorado. August 31, 1991. 
Juror. 
 
Pat Hearn Gallery. New York, New York. September 7, 1991. 
 
"Immaterial Objects," Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center. New York, New York. September 14–December 28, 1991. 
 
"Taos Invites Taos," Taos Arts Festival, Taos Civic Plaza. Taos, New Mexico. September 21–October 6, 1991. 
 
FIAC (International Contemporary Art Fair) 1991. Paris, France. October 2–15, 1991. 
Tony Shafrazi Gallery, Booth. 
 
"Contemporary Work in Taos," Taos Art Association, Stables Art Gallery. Taos, New Mexico. October 5–November, 1991. 
 
"Live from Taos," Design Center Gallery. Taos, New Mexico. November 8–22, 1991. 
 
"Benefit auction for Taos Land Trust," Fenix Gallery. Taos, New Mexico. December 8, 1991. 
 
"Live From Taos," Russell Senate Office Building, rotunda. Washington, D.C. December 9–13, 1991. 
 
1991-1992
"Amnesty International Artists Invitational Benefit," Sena Galleries West. Santa Fe, New Mexico. December 13, 1991–January 17, 1992. 
 
"Live From Taos," Buffalo Gallery. Alexandria, Virginia. December, 1991–January, 1992. 
 
1992
"The Presence of Absence: Minimal, Conceptual and Contemplative," The Works Gallery/Costa Mesa. Coast Mesa, California. January 17–February 16, 1992. 
 
"Donation: Taos Institute of Arts Winter Fund Raising Raffle," New Directions Gallery. Taos, New Mexico. Drawing March 13, 1992. 
 
CIAE 1992 (Chicago International Art Expo), Navy Pier. Chicago, Illinois. May 13–17, 1992. 
The Works Gallery, Booth. 
 
Soma Contemporary Gallery. San Diego, California. May 23, 1992. 
 
"New Work & the Return of the Cube," Galerie Rolf Ricke. Köln, Germany. June 13, 1992. 
 
"The Spirit of Matter: A Survey of Process Art," The Works Gallery. Long Beach, California. June 19–July 12, 1992. 
 
"Selections from the Permanent Collection of Max Ernst," Newport Harbor Art Museum. Newport Beach, California. July 10–September 6, 1992. 
 
"Taos Invites Taos," Taos Arts Festival, Taos Civic Plaza. Taos, New Mexico. September 19–October 4, 1992. 
 
1992-1993
"Drawing on Experience," Rosalie and Hubert Douglass Gallery, Miami University Art Musuem. Oxford, Ohio. November 24, 1992–April 4, 1993. 
 
1993
"Artists’ Choice II," Gallery at the Rep, New Mexico Repertory Theatre. Santa Fe, New Mexico. February 12–March 9, 1993. 
 
"American Art from the Addison Gallery," Newport Harbor Art Museum. Newport Beach, California. February 22–May 2, 1993. 
 
Toas Spring Arts Festival. Taos, New Mexico. May 15–31, 1993. 
 
"8Th Annual Summer Invitational," Leedy-Voulkos Gallery. Kansas City, Missouri. June 9–July 31, 1993. 
 
Broschofsky Gallery. Ketchum, Idaho. July 9–August 3, 1993. 
 
Carlsbad Museum of Art. Carlsbad, New Mexico. July 16–August 31, 1993. 
 
"CAS Fifth Anniversary Exhibition at CAFE," Contemporary Art Society of New Mexico at Cafe. Albuquerque, New Mexico. August 16–September 18, 1993. 
 
"Taos Invites Taos," Taos Fall Arts Festival. Taos, New Mexico. September 18–October 4, 1993. 
 
"CIRVA-le Verre, Manieres de Faire," Musee du Palais du Luxembourg. Paris, France. September 20–November 20, 1993. 
 
"Taos: The Next Generation," Native Peoples Day Celebration. Taos, New Mexico. October 9–15, 1993. 
 
1993-1994
"In a Classical Vein, Works from the Permanent Collection," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. October 18, 1993–April 3, 1994. 
 
1994
"The Light Fantastic," Laguna Gloria Art Museum. Austin, Texas. January 22–March 13, 1994. 
 
"Double Take," H. and W. Bechtler Gallery. Charlotte, North Carolina. February 4–August 14, 1994. 
 
"Transparency + Metaphor," California Crafts Museum. San Francisco, California. February 26–April 10, 1994. 
 
"Evolution’s in Expression: Minimalism and Post Minimalism in the Permanent Collection," Whitney Museum of American Art. Stamford, Connecticut. May 13–July 6, 1994. 
 
"Southern California: The Conceptual Landscape," Madison Art Center. Madison, Wisconsin. August 31–November 13, 1994. 
 
"The Second Parrish Art Museum Design Biennial: Mirrors," Parrish Art Museum. Southhampton, New York. August 28–September 11, 1994. 
 
"Third Generation," Stables Art Center, Taos Art Association. Taos, New Mexico. September 6–October 7, 1994. 
 
"Drawings," Kiyo Higashi Gallery. Los Angeles, California. December, 1994. 
 
1995
"Works from the Permanent Collection," Newport Harbor Art Museum. Newport Beach, California. March, 1995. 
 
"New Visions: Los Angeles Art in the 90’s," UCLA-Armond Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center, Art Rental and Sales Gallery. Los Angeles, California. April 25–September 7, 1995. 
 
New Directions Gallery. Taos, New Mexico. May 16–June 14, 1995. 
 
"Views from Abroad: European Perspectives on American Art I," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. July 24–30, 1995. 
 
"Donald Judd and Artist Friends," Gallerie Nacht St. Stephan. Vienna, Austria. September 21–November 18, 1995. 
 
"Shape: Forming the L.A. Look," The Main Art Gallery, California State University. Fullerton, California. November 4–December 3, 1995. 
 
"New Glass Sculptures," Galerie Montenay-Giroux. Paris, France. November 9–December 3, 1995. 
 
1996
"Indem man schaut, erkennt man," Galerie Rolf Ricke. Köln, Germany (with Donald Judd). January 12–February 2, 1996. 
 
"Art From the Source: Artists Celebrating 60 Years of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center," Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Colorado Springs, Colorado. March 16–April 14, 1996. 
 
"Curatorial Selections: Acquisitions to the Historic, Contemporary and Photographic Collections," Museum of New Mexico Foundation, Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe, New Mexico. March 29 – May 13, 1996. 
 
Braunstein/Quay Gallery. San Francisco, California. June–September, 1996. 
 
1997
"Contemporary Works from the Harwood Collection," The Harwood Museum. Taos, New Mexico. Mar 21 –May 26, 1997. 
 
"Drawing Invitational," Galerie Simonne Stern. New Orleans, Lousiana. April 5–April 29, 1997. 
 
"Taos Today," Anderson Contemporary Art. Albuquerque, New Mexico. June 8–July 20, 1997. 
 
"Taos Today," Arvada Art Center. Arvada, Colorado. August 7–September 28, 1997. 
 
"Recent Glass Sculpture: A Union of Ideas," Milwaukee Art Museum. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. September 5 –November 2, 1997. 
 
"Alternating Currents: American Art in the Age of Technology, Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art," San Jose Museum of Art. San Jose, California. October 16, 1997–October 18, 1998. 
 
"Miniatures/97," The Albuquerque Museum. Albuquerque, New Mexico. November 2, 1997–February 1, 1998. 
 
1997-1998
"Permanent Collection Gallery," Orange County Museum of Art. Newport Beach, California. January 25, 1997–January 12, 1998. 
 
1997-1999
"Sunshine & Noir: Art in L.A. 1960-1997," Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Humlebaek, Denmark. May 15–September 7, 1997. 
Traveled to Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg. Wolfsburg, Germany (November 15-February 1, 1998); Castello di Rivoli. Rivoli, Italy (May 15–August 23, 1998); UCLA at The Armand Hammer Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California (September16–January 1999). 
 
1998
"6x8x4’," UCLA at Berkeley, University Art Museum. Berkeley, California. March-July, 1998. 
 
"Celebration of the Arts," The University of New Mexico. Los Alamos, New Mexico. September 1, 1998. 
 
1998-1999
"California Art: North and South," University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico. October 27, 1998-February 14, 1999. 
 
"Grounds for Sculpture," Mercerville, New Jersey. September 26, 1998-February, 1999. 
 
"Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Collections," Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Pepperdine University. Malibu, California. October 24, 1998-December 11, 1999. 
 
Neues Museum. Weserburg Bremen, Germany. October 11, 1998-January 3, 1999. 
 
1999
"The Eclectic Eye: Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Collections," California Center for the Arts. Escondido, California. January 15-May 2, 1999. 
 
"Primarily Structural: Minimalist and Post-Minimalist," P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center. Long Island City, New York. February, 1999. 
 
"Radical Past: Contemporary Art and Music in Pasadena: 1960-1974," The Armory Center for the Arts, Williamson Gallery at Art Center College of Design, Norton Simon Museum of Art. Pasadena, California. February-April, 1999. 
 
"Untitled 1965," Seattle Art Museum. Seattle, Washington. March 4-May 9, 1999. 
 
"Minimal-Maximal," Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea. Santiago de Compostela, Spain. April 16, 1999. 
 
"Venice Art Walk," Venice, California (guest artist at Chuck Arnoldi Studio). May 23, 1999. 
 
"That Certain Look: Miniimalist Tradittions in New Mexico," University Art Museum at University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico. June 8-September 26, 1999. 
 
"Made in America: Contemporary Paintings and Sculpture from the Norton Simon Museum," Norton Simon Museum. Pasadena, California. June 24-September 26, 1999. 
 
"Sommerutstilling I Seljord," Seljord Kunstforening. Seljord, Norway. July 1-31, 1999. 
 
Mills College Art Museum. Oakland, California. September 9-October 24, 1999. 
 
"Artist’s Choice," Richard Levy Gallery. Albuquerque, New Mexico (exhibition & auction for Planned Parenthood). December 1-11, 1999. 
 
Kunsthalle Baden-Baden. Baden-Baden, Germany. January 24, 1999-March 14, 1999. 
 
Santiago de Compostela, Spain. April 16-June, 1999. 
 
1999-2000
"Miniatures," Albuquerque Museum of Art. Albuquerque, New Mexico. October 11, 1999-January 23, 2000. 
 
"Points of Departure: Drawings from the Permanent Collection," Orange County Museum of Art. Newport Beach, California. October 15, 1999 -January 16, 2000. 
 
Wilhelmi/Holland Gallery. Corpus Christi, Texas. December 5, 1999-January, 2000. 
 
2000
"Art in Architecture: Sumer #24 @20 ft," Myers Development Company. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Untitled 1968 on view in permanent collection galleries," Orange County Museum of Art. Newport Beach, California. through February, 2001. 
 
Contemporary Arts Society of New Mexico,  "Paperworks," Magnifico Artspace. Albuquerque, New Mexico. March, 2000. 
 
"Black White and Bronze, Charles Arnoldi and Larry Bell," Palos Verdes Art Center. Rancho Palos Verdes, California. March 10-April 23, 2000. 
 
"Sculpture 2000," New Gallery. Houston, Texas. June 3-July 3, 2000. 
 
"Celebrating Modern Art: The Anderson Collection," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. October 4, 2000. 
 
"Holiday Show," Dartmouth Street Gallery. Albuquerque, New Mexico. December 4-30, 2000. 
 
"The City Art Collection 1900-2000," Bergen Kunstmuseum. Bergen, Norway. December, 2000. 
 
2000-2001
"Untitled 1968," Peggy Guggenheim Collection. Venice, Italy. September 1, 2000-January 1, 2001. 
 
"Vision and Reality," Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Humlebaek, Denmark. September 22, 2000-January 14, 2001. 
 
"Changing Perceptions: The Panza Collection at the Guggenheim Museum," Guggenheim Museum. Bilbao, Spain. October 10, 2000-January 25, 2001. 
 
"Made in California: 1900-2000," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. October 2000-February 2001. 
 
"Miniatures," Albuquerque Museum of Art. Albuquerque, New Mexico. October 7, 2000-January 7, 2001. 
 
2001
Chiba, Japan. April 10-June 3, 2001. 
 
Kyoto, Japan. June 12-August 5, 2001. 
 
Fukuoka, Japan. October 20-December 23, 2001. 
 
"The Global Guggenheim-Selections from the Extended Collection," Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. February 7, 2001. 
 
"The Abrams Collection: An Eclectic Exhibition of Contemporary Art," MAGNIFICO! 516 Artspace. Albuquerque, New Mexico. February 2–March 2, 2001. 
 
"Courthouse Artists," Dartmouth Street Gallery. Albuquerque, New Mexico. March 12-April 14, 2001. 
 
Pagel, David, curator.  "Fractions," Frankfurt Art Fair. Frankfurt, Germany. April 27-May 1, 2001. 
 
Bernard Jacobson Gallery. London, England. May 1–June 16, 2001. 
 
"Miniature Art Exhibition and Auction for Prime Time House," The Tremaine Gallery. Lakeville, Connecticut. June 27, 28 and 29, 2001. 
 
"Chouinard, A Living Legacy," Oceanside Museum of Art. Oceanside, California. July 7-August 26, 2001. 
 
"Visual Arts & the Law Conference," Sagebush Inn and Conference Center. Taos, New Mexico. August, 2001. 
 
Horse Fly (Sponsored by),  "The Art of Politics," Phillip Bareiss Contemporary Exhibitions. Taos, New Mexico. September 28-October 3, 2001. 
 
"Miniatures," Albuquerque Museum of Art. Albuquerque, New Mexico. September 28-December 16, 2001. 
 
"Art," Taos Center for the Arts, Taos Community Auditorium. Taos, New Mexico. November 17-December 1, 2001. 
 
2001-2002
"Art and Illusion, Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation," Platt Gallery, University of Judaism. Los Angeles, California. December 2, 2001-February 4, 2002. 
 
2002
"Escape from the Vault: The Contemporary Museum's Collection Breaks Out," The Contemporary Museum. Honolulu, Hawaii. January 25-March 24, 2002. 
 
"Frames of Viewing: Seeing Rothko," The Getty Research Institute. Los Angeles, California. February 28, 2002. 
 
"The Synthetic Century," Yale University Art Center. New Haven, Connecticut. February 19-April 28, 2002. 
 
"From Realism to Abstraction: Art in New Mexico, 1917-2002," Museum of Fine Arts. Santa Fe, New Mexico. May, 2002. 
 
"Texas in New York," Stefan Stux Gallery. New York, New York. June 6-July 13, 2002. 
 
"Atypical work by known artists," The Farm Art Space. Missoula, Montana. July 3-August 1, 2002. 
 
"Coleccao Onnasch," Museu Serralves. Porto, Portugal. March 23-June 13, 2002. 
 
"California Art from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, Tenth Anniversary Celebration," Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Pepperdine University. Malibu, California. August 31-November 24, 2002. 
 
"Remembrance," Cova Gallery at ACI. San Diego, California. September 11-October 31, 2002. 
 
"Light and Surface," IIT2002 Conference. Taos, New Mexico. September 23, 2002. 
 
"Pilot Hill Collection of Contemporary Art," Crocker Museum. Sacremento, California. December 20, 2002. 
 
"Ferus," Gagosian Gallery. New York, New York. September 12-October 19, 2002. 
 
2002-2003
"Retrospectacle: 25 Years of Collecting Modern and Contemporary Art," Denver Art Museum. Denver, Colorado. November 16, 2002-August 3, 2003. 
 
"Contemporary Sculpture & Jewelry," The Crucible Foundry and Gallery. Norman, Oklahoma. November 15, 2002-December 31, 2003. 
 
"Nouvelle Simplicite," L'espace de l'art concret. Mouans-Sartoux, France. January 12, 2002-February 3, 2003. 
 
2003
"Made in California: Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation Collection," Contemporary Art Center. New Orleans, Louisiana. January 11-March 23, 2003. 
 
"Minimal LA," Franklin Parrasch Gallery. New York, New York. January 16-March 11, 2003. 
 
The Chouinard Foundation Educational Fund Benefit Auction, O.M. Chait. Beverly Hills, California. March 10-15, 2003. 
 
"Prints & Editions & Books," Farm Art Space. Missoula, Montana. March 14-April 2, 2003. 
 
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Colorado Springs, Colorado. March 24-April 25, 2003. 
 
"Spring Selections Art at the Visitor Center," Taos County Chamber of Commerce, 2003 Taos Spring Arts Celebration. May 9-June, 2003. 
 
"New Mexico Abstract Art," Anderson Contemporary Art. Albuquerque, New Mexico (Exhibition in conjunction with the book, Abstract Art, The New Mexico Artist Series. July 11-27, 2003. 
 
"L.A.'s Finish Fetish," Franklin Parrasch Gallery. New York, New York. September 16-October 11, 2003. 
 
"Contemporary Art Taos," Harwood Museum of University of New Mexico. Taos, New Mexico. September 12, 2003-January 18, 2004. 
 
"Arte de Decartes," Taos Center for the Arts, Taos Community Auditorium. Taos, New Mexico. August 30-September 28, 2003. 
 
The Chouinard Foundation Educational Fund Benefit Auction, O.M. Chait. Beverly Hills, California. November 1-2, 2003. 
 
2003-2004
"Here and Now, On Minimal Art in the Berardo Collection," Sintra Museum of Modern Art. Sintra, Portugal. October 18, 2003-February 20, 2004. 
 
2004
"Singular Forms (Sometimes Repeated)," Guggenheim Museum of Art. New York, New York. March 4-May 19, 2004. 
 
"A Minimal Future? Art As Object 1958-1969," MOCA. Los Angeles, California. March 14-August 2, 2004. 
 
"Art, Artists, and the Addison," Addison Gallery of American Art. Andover, Massachusettes. March 30-July 31, 2004. 
 
Taos Institute of Arts at Gallery A. Taos, New Mexico. May 1-9, 2004. 
 
"Mococromos," Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. Madrid, Spain. June 15, 2004. 
 
"The Big Nothing," University of Pennsylvania, Institute of Contemporary Art. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. May 1-August 1, 2004. 
 
"It Figures," Addison/Parks Gallery. Santa Fe, New Mexico. June 11-July 6, 2004. 
 
"Beyond Geometry, Experiments in Form, 1940s-70s," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. June 13-October 3, 2004. 
 
"A Rare Glimpse: Modern Art from Privale Napa Valley Collections," Napa Valley Museum. Yountville, California. May 8-August 1, 2004. 
 
"Reflecting the Mirror," Marian Goodman Gallery. New York, New York. June 14-August 27, 2004. 
 
"Matisse and Beyond: The Painting and Sculpture Collection," San Francisco Museum of Contemporary Art. San Francisco, California. June, 2004. 
 
"Arte de Descartes V," Stables Gallery, Taos Center for the Arts. Taos, New Mexico (an exhibition by Wholly Rags). August 21-September 11, 2004. 
 
"Happy Man," The Great Eagle Corp, Langham Place. Mongkok, Hong Kong, China. October 19, 2004. 
 
"Winter Solstice Miniature Fun Show," Michael McCormick Gallery. Taos, New Mexico. December 21, 2004. 
 
2004-2005
"Specific Objects: The Minimalist Influence," Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. San Diego, California. September 26, 2004-January 30, 2005. 
 
"Beyond Geometry, Experiments in Form, 1940s-70s," Miami Art Museum. Miami, Florida. November 18, 2004-May 1, 2005. 
 
2005
"Color Field Paintings of the 1960s," Jacobson Howard Gallery. New York, New York. March/April, 2005. 
 
"Universal Medium," McClain Gallery. Houston, Texas. March 19-April 16, 2005. 
 
McNay Art Museum. San Antonio, Texas. June, 2005. 
 
"Choice Small Pieces Collage and Assemblage," The Chouinard Foundation Educational Fund Benefit Auction, O.M. Chait. Beverly Hills, California. June 4-July 16, 2005. 
 
"Pink," Patricia Faure Gallery. Santa Monica, California. June 25-July 30, 2005. 
 
"The Boys Club," Chevron Gallery. Irvine, California. June 29, 2005. 
 
"Collection Histories/Collective Memories: California Modern," Orange County Museum of Art. Newport Beach, California. August-September 10, 2005. 
 
"Arte de Descartes," Stables Gallery, Taos Center for the Arts. Taos, New Mexico (an exhibition by Wholly Rags). August 20-September 10, 2005. 
 
2005-2006
"Works from the Berardo Collection," Centro Cultural de Belem. Lisbon, Portugal. April 30, 2005-January 15, 2006. 
 
"Minimal Art from St. Louis Collections," St. Louis Art Museum. Forest Park, Missouri. August 26, 2005–Summer, 2006. 
 
2005-2007
"West!: Frank Gehry and the Artists of Venice Beach, 1962-1978," Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, Minnesota. May 13, 2005–May 30, 2007. 
 
2006
"Group Show," Jacobson Howard Gallery. New York, New York. January-February 2006. 
 
"Recent Smithsonian Institution Acquisitions," Rennick Gallery. Washington, D.C. September 16, 2006. 
 
"The Los Angeles Art Scene: 1955-1985," Centre Pompidou. Paris, France. March 7, 2006. 
 
"Glass: Material Matters," LACMA. Los Angeles, California. April 30-December 10, 2006. 
 
"Joe goode Benefit Art Raffle (20” Cube)," Santa Monica Museum of Art. Santa Monica, California. December 15, 2006. 
 
"The John and Mary Lou Paxton Collection," Nevada Museum of Art NMA. Reno, Nevada. May 25-October 10, 2006. 
 
"La Dolce Vita - Selections from the Ruth and Murray Gribin Collection," Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, MCASD. La Jolla, California. January 21-April 18, 2006. 
 
"Invisible Might: Works from 1965-1971," NYEHAUS. New York, New York. May 4-June 24, 2006. 
 
"Elemental Form," L & M Arts. New York, New York. October 19-December 9, 2006. 
 
"Translucence: Southern California Art from the 1960s & 1970s," Norton Simon Museum. Pasadena, California. May 12-August 28, 2006. 
 
"Drawings: Ed Moses, Craig Kauffman, Larry Bell," Frank Lloyd Gallery. Santa Monica, California. September 16-October 18, 2006. 
 
"Sculpture from the Sixties," Frank Lloyd Gallery. Santa Monica, California. November 4-December 30, 2006. 
 
2006-2007
"Light Play," Z33 Art Center. Hasselt, Belgium. October 29, 2006-January 21, 2007. 
 
2007
"The Left Coast," Imago Galleries. Palm Desert, California. March 23-May 20, 2007. 
 
"California Context," Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. Madison, Wisconsin. August 4-September 23, 2007. 
 
Mann, Ted, Nat Trotman, Kevin Lotery, Nancy Spector, curator.  "The Shapes of Space," Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. April 14-September 5, 2007. 
 
2007-2008
"Good Form: The Goldschmidt Collection of (small scale) Sculpture," Scottdale Museum of Contemporary Art. Scottsdale, Arizona. September 15, 2007-January 20, 2008. 
 
Eliel, Carol S, curator.  "SoCal: Southern California Art of the 1960s and 70s from LACMA's Collection," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. August 19, 2007-March 30, 2008. 
 
2008
"Síntesis," Galería Cayón. Madrid, Spain. June 22-September 6, 2008. 
 
"American Art Since 1945: In a New Light," McNay Art Museum. San Antonio, Texas. June 7-August 24, 2008. 
 
2009
"Reflections: Recent work by Larry Bell, Joe Goode, William Tillyer and Marc Vaux," Bernard Jacobson Gallery. London, United Kingdom. March 3-March 28, 2009. 
 
2010
"Primary Atmospheres: Works from California 1960-1970," David Zwirner. New York, New York. January 8-February 6, 2010. 
 
2011
"In The Presence of Light Artists," Danese. New York, New York. June 23-August 12, 2011. 
 
2011-2012
"Phenomenal: California Light, Space, Surface," MCASD La Jolla. La Jolla, California. September 25, 2011-January 22, 2012. 
 
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