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[[underline]] GROUP Exhibitions [[/underline]] 1942 "First Papers of Surrealism", Whitelaw Reid Mansion, New York 1946 "Fourteen Americans", Museum uf Modern Art, New York 1947 "Introduction a la peinture americaine", Galerie Maeght, Paris 1949 "The Instrasubjectives", Samuel Kootz Gallery, New York 1950 "Black or White: Paintings by European and American Artists" Kootz Gallery, New York "The Muralist and the Modern Architect", Kootz Gallery, New York 1951 "Seventeen Modern American Painters", Frank Perls Gallery, Beverly Hills, "Ninth Street", New York "Forty American Painters, 1940-1950" University of Minnesota 1953 "Four Abstract Expressionists", Walker Art Center, Minneapolis "Bienal de arte", Sao Paulo 1954 Tenth Inter-American Conference, Caracas, Venezuela "Younger American Painters, a selection", Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York "Internationale Sezession 1954," Städtisches Museum, Leverkusen, Germany 1955 "Third International Art Exhibition, Japan "The New Decade", Whitney Museum of American Art, New York "Modern Art in the United States", Shown also in Paris, Zurich, Barcelona, Frankfurt, London, The Hague, Vienna and Belgrade 1957 "American Paintings: 1945-1957", The Minneapolis Institute of Art 1958 "The New American Paintings", Museum of Modern Art, New York Also Shown in Basel, Milan Madrid, Berlin, Amsterdam, Brussels Paris and London "Seventeen Contemporary American Painters", Brussels World Fair "International Art Fair, Osaka Japan 1959 "Documnta", Kassel, Germany "New York and Paris: Paintings in the Fifties", Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Texas. 1960 "Paths of Abstract Art', Cleveland Museum of Art "Sixty American Painters, 1960: Abstract Expressionist Paintings of the Fifties", Walker Art Center Minneapolis. "Nine American Painters", Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. 1961 "American Abstract Expressionists and Imagists", Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. "Carnegie International," Pittsburgh "Modern American Drawings", Museum of Modern Arn, shown in Spoleto Jerusalem, Athens, Helsinki, Göteborg, Paris, London and Bonn.
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