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[[image]] ANDRE EMMERICH GALLERY INC. FIFTH FLOOR 41 EAST 57" STREET NEW YORK 10022 PLAZA 2-0124 April 1966 KENNETH NOLAND Born 1924, in Asheville, North Carolina Studies Black Mountain College and with the noted sculpture, Ossip Zadkine in Paris, under the G.I. Bill of Rights (1948-49). Has taught at Institute of Contemporary Art, Washington, D.C. and at Catholic University, Washington, D.C. Now residing in South Shaftsbury, Vermont. One man shows: Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, 1961-64, 1966 The Jewish Museum, New York, 1965 Kasmin Ltd., London, 1965 Galerie Charles Lienhard, Zurich, March 1962 Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont, 1961 Galleria dell'Ariete, Milan, 1960 French & Company, New York, 1959 Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, 1957, 1958 David Mirvish Gallery Gallery, Toronto, 1965 Prizes: Brandeis University Creative Arts Award Winner, 1965 International Di Tella Prize, Buenos Aires, 1964 Other Exhibitions: "Frankenthaler, Noland, Olitiski, "circulating exhibition, organized by New Brunswick Museum of Art with cooperation of David Mirvish Gallery, 1966 "Signale", Kunsthalle, Basel, Switzerland, 1965 "Three American Painters", Fogg Museum, Cambridge,1965 "The Responsive Eye", Museum of Mdn. Art, NYC, 1965 "International '65" selected from Pittsburgh International, J.L. Hudson Gallery, 1965 "Colorists 1950-1965", San Francisco Museum of Art, 1965 "Brandeis University Creative Arts Awards 1957-1966", Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, Larry Aldrich Museum, R., 1966idgefield, Conn., 1966 "Permanent Collection", Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Wahington, D.C., 1966 XERO COPY XERO COPY
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