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1975 Biennial Exhibition
Contemporary American Art
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

First Floor January 20-March 16
Second Floor January 20-March 23
Third Floor January 27-March 30
Fourth Floor February 4-April 9

Copyright © 1975 by the Whitney Museum of American Art
945 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10021
Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number: 74-34505

Designed by Joseph Bourke Del Valle
Printed in the United States of America by Eastern Press, New Haven, Connecticut

The 1975 Biennial Exhibition: Contemporary American Art presents a survey view of current work by artists from throughout the United States who have not become known through one-person shows in New York City or participation in previous Whitney Museum Biennials or Annuals. Introducing new aspects, directions and talents in American art today is an expression of the Museum's original intention and primary purposes, which are the support and encouragement of living American artists.

The Biennial has been organized by the curators of the Whitney Museum, John Hanhardt, Barbara Haskell, James Monte, Elke Solomon and Marcia Tucker, who traveled throughout the country to meet artists and select work. Their travel was made possible in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for which we are extremely grateful.

Tom Armstrong
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