Larry Bell Catalogue
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Larry Bell
Selected Catalogues
California Hard Edge Painting.  Pavilion Gallery. Balboa, California. 1964.
The Responsive Eye.  Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 1965.
Five at Pace.  Pace Gallery. New York, New York. March, 1965.
National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. 1965.
Hopps, Walter.  B--The U.S. Catalog for the 8th São Paolo Bienal.  Pasadena Museum of Art. Pasadena, California. 1965.
Five Los Angeles Sculptors and Sculptors' Drawings.  Art Gallery, University of California. Irvine, California. 1966.
Los Angeles Now.  Robert Fraser Gallery. London, England. 1966.
Primary Structures.  Jewish Museum. New York, New York. 1966.
New Modes in California Painting and Sculpture.  La Jolla Museum of Art. La Jolla, California. 1966.
Highlights of the '65-'66 Art Season.  Larry Aldrich Museum. Ridgefield, Connecticut. 1966.
Ten From Los Angeles.  Seattle Art Museum Pavilion. Seattle, Washington. 1966.
Coplans, John.  Ten from Los Angeles.  Seattle Art Museum. Seattle, Washington. 1966.
Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American Sculpture and Prints.  Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 1967.
American Sculpture of the Sixties.  Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. 1967.
A New Esthetic.  Washington Gallery of Modern Art. Washington, D.C. 1967.
Guggenheim International Exposition.  Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. 1967.
Rose, Barbara.  Larry Bell.  Washington Gallery of Modern Art. Washington, D.C. 1967, pp. 21-25. 
Los Angeles 6.  Vancouver Art Gallery. Vancouver, British Columbia. 1968.
6 Artists: 6 Exhibitions.  Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1968.
Documenta IV.  Museum Fridericianum. Kassel, Germany. 1968.
Serial Imagery.  Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California. 1968.
Coplans, John.  Serial Imagery.  Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California. 1968, p. 60. 
Coplans, John.  Los Angeles 6.  Vancouver Art Gallery. Vancouver, British Columbia. 1968.
14 Sculptors: The Industrial Edge.  Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1969.
Kompas IV--West Coast USA.  Stedelijk Van Abbe Museum. Eindhoven, Holland. 1969.
West Coast '49 – '69.  Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California. 1969.
Rose, Barbara, Christopher Finch and Martin Friedman.  14 Sculptors: The Industrial Edge.  Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1969.
Licht, Jenifer.  Spaces.  The Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 1969.
Coplans, John.  West Coast ‘49 – ‘69.  Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California. 1969.
69Th American Exhibit.  Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 1970.
Larry Bell, Robert Irwin, Doug Wheeler.  Tate Gallery. London, England. 1970.
Looking West.  Joslyn Art Museum. Omaha, Nebraska. 1970.
Transparency, Reflection, Light, Space: 4 Artists.  UCLA Art Galleries. Los Angeles, California. 1970.
Compton, M and N. Reid.  Larry Bell, Robert Irwin, Doug Wheeler.  Tate Gallery. London, United Kingdom. 1970.
Wight, Frederick S.  Transparency, Reflection, Light, Space.  UCLA Art Galleries. Los Angeles, California. 1971.
Friedman, Martin.  Works for New Spaces.  Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1971.
Haskell, Barbara.  Larry Bell.  Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California. 1972.
Friedman, Martin.  The Fort Worth Art Museum, Larry Bell: Recent Work.  Fort Worth Star Telegram (newspaper catalog). 1975.
Wortz, Melinda.  University of California, Irvine, 1965-75.  La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art. La Jolla, California. 1975, p. 8. 
Turnbull, Berry.  The Last Time I Saw Ferus.  Newport Harbor Art Museum. Newport Harbor, California. 1976.
Haskell, Barbara.  Two Hundred Years of American Sculpture.  Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. March 16–September 26, 1976, pp. 198, 201-2, 259. 
Photographs of Southern California Painters and Sculptors.  University of California, Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara, California. Statement by Larry Bell. June 3–30, 1977.
Savage, Sue.  Larry Bell.  The Frederick Weisman Company collection of California Art. California State University, Long Beach. Long Beach, California. 1978, p. 33. 
Carnevali, Gloria.  12 Artistas Internacionales en la Collection.  Museo del Arte Contemporaneo. Caracas, Venezuela. 1978.
Landis, Ellen.  Reflections of Realism.  The Albuquerque Museum. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 1979.
Wortz, Melinda.  California Perceptions: Light and Space.  California State University, Fullerton. Fullerton, California. 1979.
Adlmann, January.  New Mexico.  Fruit Market Gallery. Edinburgh, Scotland. 1980.
Here and Now.  The Albuquerque Museum. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 1980.
Calas, Nicolas.  Further Furniture.  Marian Goodman Gallery. New York, New York. 1980.
Wortz, Melinda.  Larry Bell.  The Hudson River Museum. Yonkers, New York. 1981.
Abstraction in Los Angeles, 1950-1980.  California State University, Northridge. Northridge, California. 1981.
Lin, Henry.  Larry Bell.  Trisolini Gallery of Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. 1981.
The Tate Gallery: Illustrated Catalogue of Acquisitions, 1978-’80.  Tate Gallery Publications Department. Milbank, London. 1981, pp. 62-63. 
Doe, Donald Bartlett.  Santa Fe/Taos.  Nebraska Art Association, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Lincoln, Nebraska. 1982, p. 19. 
Levine, Melinda.  A Contemporary Survey.  University Art Gallery,Sonoma State University. Rohnert park, California. 1982, pp. 3, 5, 12, 13, 16, 17. 
Rorimer, Anne.  74Th American Exhibition catalog for the Art Institute of Chicago.  Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. June 12–August 1, 1982, pp. 5-10, 16. 
Doe, Donald Bartlett.  Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery Catalog.  University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Lincoln, Nebraska. February, 1983.
Leffingwell, Edward.  The Chinese Chance: An American Collection.  (Introductory essay) The Butler Institute of American Art. Youngstown, Ohio. 1983.
Waldman, Diane.  Transformations in Sculpture: Four Decades of American and European Art.  Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. 1985, pp. 220-221. 
Imagenes en Cajas.  Museo Rufino Tamayo. Mexico City, Mexico. July 18–September 8, 1985, p. 10. 
The New West.  Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Colorado Springs, Colorado. 1986, pp. 12, 13. 
ArtAid.  Sotheby's. New York City. no. 26. March 19-25, 1986, p. 15. 
Kalil, Susie.  The Texas Landscape: 1900-1986.  The Museum of Fine Arts. Houston, Texas. 1986.
Deitch, Jeffrey.  Modern Objects: A New Dawn exhibition.  Bakerville/Watson. New York City. 1986.
New Mexico Selections ‘86.  Fogelson Library Center, College of Santa Fe. Santa Fe, New Mexico. 1986.
Chetham, Charles, David F. Grose and Ann Sievers.  A Guide to the Collections.  Smith College Museum of Art. Northampton, Massachusettes. 1986.
3+3x7.  University Art Museum, Matthew’s Center, Arizona State University. Phoenix, Arizona. January, 1987, pp. 27-31. 
Czor, Doug.  Art and Science Exhibition.  Fine Arts Gallery, New Mexico State Fairgrounds. 1987, pp. 7-8. 
Card, Margaret.  Invitation Only Arizona Arts Visual, Phoenix Biennial.  Phoenix Art Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. 1987, p. 67. 
Fringe Patterns.  Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art. Cleveland, Ohio. 1987.
McCready, Eric S.  The Huntington at 25: Selected Acquisitions 1982-1987.  1988, p. 41. 
Very Special Arts New Mexico.  Roswell Museum. Roswell, New Mexico. 1989.
Larry Bell, Works from New Mexico.  Musee d’Art Contemporain. Lyon, France. 1989.
Finish Fetish.  Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California. Los Angeles, California. 1991.
Perceptual Investigations: Light and Space Works in the Permanent Collection.  Museum of Contemporary Art. Los Angeles, California. 1991.
From the Collection of John and Mary Lou Paxton.  1994.
Tony DeLap, The House of the Magician: An Installation of Reconstructed Works from 1967-1979.  California State University, Fullerton. Fullerton, California. 1994.
An Artists Taste of Taos.  Longview Art Museum. Longview, Texas. May 6-July 8, 1995.
Shape, Forming the LA Look.  California State University, Fullerton. Fullerton, California. 1995.
Sunshine & Noir: Art in L.A. 1960-1997.  Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. New Orleans, Louisiana. 1997, p. X, XI. 
Sunshine & Noir: Art & Art in L.A. 1960-1997.  UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center. Fall, 1998.
Radical Past: Contemporary Art & Music in Pasadena, 1960-1974.  Armory Center for the Arts and Art Center College of Design. Pasadena, California. 1999.
Scene Unseen.  Eastern New Mexico University. Portales, New Mexico. 1999.
The American Century: Art and Culture 1900-2000.  Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 1999.
Made in California, Art, Image and Identity 1900-2000.  University of California Press. Berkeley, California. 2000, pp. 210-211. 
Friese, Peter (curator).  Minimal Maximal.  Neues Museum Weserburg. Bremen, Germany. 2001, pp. 80-85. 
Williams, Gregory.  Larry Bell, California Art from The Panza Collection at the Guggenheim Museum.  2001, pp. 42-47. 
Chouinard, A Living Legacy.  The Chouinard Foundtion. Pasadena, California. 2001, p. 52. 
Hodermarsky, Elisabeth.  The Synthetic Century, Collage From Cubism to Postmodernism.  Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, Connecticut. 2002, p. 50. 
Rusnell, Wesley.  Larry Bell Sumer Project.  2002.
The Chouinard Foundation Educational Fund Benefit Auction.  The Chouinard Foundation. Beverly Hills, California. 2003.
Goldstein, Anne.  A Minimal Future? Art as Object 1958-1968.  Museum of Contemporary Art. Los Angeles, California. 2004, pp. 166-171. 
The Big Nothing.  University of Pennsylvania, Institute of Contemporary Art. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2004, p. 5. 
Centric 66.  University Art Museum, College of the Arts, California State University, Long Beach. 2004.
Hickey, David.  Primary Atmospheres: Works from California 1960-1970.  Steidl. Göttingen, Germany. David Zwirner. New York, New York. 2010.
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