Solo Exhibition

Some articles on solo exhibition, exhibition, exhibitions:

Chryssa - Major Works and Milestones
... "The Arrow" – it is now in Albany, in the Rockefeller Collection." 1961 Chryssa's first solo exhibition was mounted at The Guggenheim ... shown at the Museum of Modern Art in curator Dorothy Canning Miller's Americans 1963 exhibition. 1972 The Whitney Museum of American Art mounted a solo exhibition of works by Chryssa ...
George Condo - Work
... The first public exhibitions of his work took place in New York City at various East Village galleries from 1981 to 1983 ... He moved briefly to Los Angeles and had his first solo exhibition there in 1983 at Ulrike Kantor Gallery ... His first solo exhibition in Europe was in 1984 at Monika Sprueth Gallery ...
Pinchuk Art Centre - History
... date, the PinchukArtCentre has presented major exhibitions “New Space”, an opening exhibition by the various international and Ukrainian artists “Generations.Us ... REQUIEM”, the largest retrospective show of the British artist Damien Hirst Exhibition of 20 shortlisted artists for the PinchukArtCentre Prize and a group show of Ukrainian artists of the elder generation ... scale projects, the art centre holds short term PAC-UA exhibitions presenting only new works by Ukrainian artists ...
Christian Holstad
... Holstad has shown work internationally in exhibitions including Greater New York 2005 at P.S ... His first solo exhibition in Europe was curated by Daniel Schmidt in Cologne in 2003 ... In 2006, he had his first museum solo exhibition "Turns of Endearment" at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami ...

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