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1964 

Exhibitions in Los Angeles

Hassel Smith
David Stuart Galleries
January 6-February 1

Philip Hefferton
Rolf Nelson Gallery
January 7-February 1

Boxes (Brecht, Cornell,
Frazier, Samaras, Schwitters,
Warhol)

Dwan Gallery
February 2-29
Catalog with text by
Walter Hopps

[In Image: One box standing vertically and one roll of paper with the word "BOXES" written on top]

[In Image: Top half of a lady's head with a teapot on top of her head]

LACMA


Kenneth Price 
Ferus Gallery 
March 3
Llyod Hamrol 
Rolf Nelson Gallery
April 6- May 2

AN EXHIBITION OF NEW PAINTING BY ROBT. IRWIN FROM TUES. APRIL 7, 1964 AT THE FERUS GALLERY LOS ANGELES

[In Image: Top half of a person giving a right handed hand salute - viewed from behind]

Robert Irwin 
Ferus Gallery
April 7- 
Post Painterly Abstraction 
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
April 23-June 7
Catalog with foreword by 
James Elliott, text by Clement Greenberg
Traveled to Walker Art Cen-
ter, Minneapolis, Minnesota;
The Art Gallery of Toronto

Arakawa 
Dwan Gallery
April 

1964

Martial Raysse
Dawn Gallery
May 4-30

Jack Tworkov
Pasadena Art Museum
July 14-August 16

[In image: MARTIAL RAYSSE
DWAN GALLERY]

Sterling Holloway Collection 
UCLA Art Galleries 
September 20- October 25 
Catalog with introduction by 
Henri Dorra

UCLA
[In image: Photo of inside of an art gallery]

Edward Kienholz (tableaux,
including The Back Seat
Dodge'38) 
Dwan Gallery 
September 29-October 24

[In image: EDWARD KIENHOLZ - THREE TABLEAUX - INCLUDING
DWAN GALLERY LOS ANGELES       SEPTEMBER]

[In image: ROSEQUIST
DWAN 64
GALLERY L.A. OCT. 27 -
NOV. 24]

James Rosenquist
Dwan Gallery
October 27-November 24 [Arrow pointing to dates on ROSENQUIST In Image]

136 [Page number is circled]
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