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Leo Castelli 4 East 77 New York 21 BU 8 8343 MARISOL born: Paris, 1930, of Venezuelan parents studies: Hans Hofferson School 1954-56, but as a [[strikethrough]] painter [[/strikethrough]] sculptor is self taught she has lived in New York since 1950, but [[strikethrough]] has [[/strikethrough]] worked in Rome from [[strikethrough]] since [[/strikethrough]] mid-1958, [[strikethrough]] and recently moved to Paris [[/strikethrough]] until her return to New York again in 1960. her first one-man show was at Leo Castelli in 1957. Her work has been shown regularly since 1956 in various group shows. In 1959, she was included in the Carnegie International, Pittsburgh. In 1959, at the 'Pan American Art' exhibition at the Chicago Art Institute. In 1958, she was represented at the 'Festival of Two Worlds', Spoleto, and at the Dallas Museum of Contemporary Art exhibition 'Humor in Art' collections: Mr. Roy Neuberger, New York Mr. Stanley Marcus, Dallas,Texas Mr. Joseph Shapiro, Chicago Mr. and Mrs. C. Mackenzie Lewis, Pittsburgh Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bergman, Chicago Mr. Leo Farland, New York Mr. Sidney Geist, New York Judge and Mrs. Henry Epstein Mr. Emile de Antonio Governor Nelson A Rockerfeller Dr. Alfred Frankfurter