The Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts, 1961, April 3–May 13. Exh. cat.
Nelson Gallery-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Popular Art: Artistic Projections of Common American Symbols, April 28–May 26. Exh. cat., with text by Ralph T. Coe.
Art Council of the YM/YWHA, Philadelphia, Art 1963: A New Vocabulary, Oct. 25–Nov. 7, 1962. Exh. cat., with statements by George Brecht, Robert Breer, Jim Dine, Jasper Johns, Billy Klüver, Roy Lichtenstein, Marisol, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, George Segal, Jean Tinguely, and Robert Watts.
Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, International Exhibition of the New Realists, Nov. 1–Dec. 1. Exh. cat., with essay by Sidney Janis.
—O’Doherty, Brian. “Art: Avant-Garde Revolt: ‘New Realists’ Mock US Mass Culture in Exhibition at Sidney Janis Gallery,” The New York Times, Oct. 31, 1962, p. 41.
—O’Doherty, Brian. “Pop Goes the New Art,” The New York Times, Nov. 4, 1962, p. 23. —Rosenberg, Harold. “The Art Galleries: The Game of Illusion,” The New Yorker, Nov. 24, 1962, pp. 161–67.
—Hess, Thomas. “Reviews and Previews: New Realists,” Artnews (New York) 61, no. 8 (Dec. 1962), pp. 12–13.
—Restany, Pierre. “Paris Letter: The New Realism,” Art in America (New York) 51, no. 1 (Feb. 1963), pp. 102–04.
Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles, My Country ‘Tis of Thee, Nov. 18–Dec. 15. Exh. brochure, with text by Gerald Nordland.
—Hopkins, Henry T. “Reviews: Los Angeles: Group Show,” Artforum (Los Angeles) 1, no. 6 (Nov. 1962), p. 48.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Sixty-sixth Annual American Exhibition: Directions in Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, Jan. 1–Feb. 10.
Cinéma Ranelagh, Paris, Vues Imprenables, Feb. 1–29.
The Allan Stone Gallery, New York, Exhibition for the Benefit of the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts, Feb. 25–March 2. Exh. cat.
—“Pictures from Modern Masters to Aid Music and Dance,” Artnews (New York) 61, no. 10 (Feb. 1963), p. 44.
—“Talk of the Town: Artists for Artists,” The New Yorker, March 9, 1963, pp. 32–34.
—J[udd], D[onald]. “New York Exhibitions: In the Galleries: Performance Arts,” Arts Magazine (New York) 37, no. 7 (April 1963), p. 52.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Six Painters and the Object, March 14–June 12. Traveled to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, July 7–Aug. 25. Exh. cat., with essay by Lawrence Alloway.
—Rose, Barbara. “Pop Art at the Guggenheim,” Art International (Lugano) 7, no. 5 (May 1963), pp. 20–22.
—Judd, Donald. “New York Exhibitions: In the Galleries: Six Painters and the Object,” Arts Magazine (New York) 37, no. 9 (May–June 1963), pp. 108–09.
The Kootz Gallery, New York (organized by The Poses Institute of Fine Arts, Brandeis University, Waltham, Mass.), Recent Acquisitions: The Gevirtz-Mnuchin Collection and Related Gifts, March 26–30. Traveled to The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Mass., May 3–23. Exh. cat.
Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Pop! Goes the Easel, April. Exh. cat., with essay by Douglas MacAgy.
The Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Washington, D.C., The Popular Image Exhibition, April 18–June 2. Exh. cat., with essay by Alan R. Solomon. Phonograph record, On Record: Eleven Artists 1963, Interviews by Billy Klüver, with interview with Rosenquist by Klüver, released by Experiments in Art and Technology, 1981; audiocassette released 1993.
Nelson Gallery-Mary Atkins Museum of Fine Arts, Kansas City, Popular Art, April 28–May 26.
Galerie Ileana Sonnabend, Paris, Pop art américain, May.
Centre Culturel Américain, Paris, De A à Z 1963: 31 peintres américains choisis par The Art Institute of Chicago, May 10–June 20. Exh. cat.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Americans 1963, May 20– Aug. 18. Traveled to National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Nov. 8– Dec. 1. Exh. cat., with text by Dorothy C. Miller. —Rose, Barbara. “Americans 1963,” Art International (Lugano) 2, no. 7 (Sept. 1963) pp. 77–79.
Oakland Art Museum (organized with California College of Arts and Crafts), Pop Art USA, Sept. 7–29. Exh. cat., with essay by John Coplans.
Jerrold Morris International Gallery, Toronto, The Art of Things, Oct. 19–Nov. 6.
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (organized with Ileana Sonnabend Gallery, Paris), The Popular Image, Oct. 24–Nov. 23. Exh. cat., with essay by Alan Solomon.
—Gosling, Nigel. “Pioneers of Pop,” The Observer (London), Nov. 3, 1963, p. 27.
Tate Gallery, London, Dunn International Exhibition, Nov. 15–Dec. 22.
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, Mixed Media and Pop Art, Nov. 19– Dec. 15. Exh. cat.
Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, N.Y. (organized by Institute of Fine Arts, Brandeis University, Waltham, Mass.), New Directions in American Painting, Dec. 1, 1963–Jan. 5, 1964. Traveled to Isaac Delgado Museum of Art, New Orleans, Feb. 7–March 8, 1964; Atlanta Art Association, March 18–April 22, 1964; The J. B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, May 4–June 7, 1964; Art Museum, Indiana University, Bloomington, June 22–Sept. 20, 1964; Washington University in St. Louis, Oct. 5–30, 1964; and Detroit Institute of Arts, Nov. 10–Dec. 6, 1964. Exh. cat., with introduction by Sam Hunter.
Des Moines Art Center, Signs of the Times, Dec. 6, 1963–Jan. 19, 1964. Traveled to Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., Feb. 15–March 22, 1964. Exh. cat., Signs of the Times: Paintings by Twelve Contemporary Pop Artists.
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Annual Exhibition 1963: Contemporary American Painting, Dec. 11, 1963–Feb. 2, 1964.
Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, Four Environments by Four New Realists, Jan. 3–Feb. 1. —Swenson, Gene R. “Reviews and Previews: Four Environments,” Artnews (New York) 62, no. 10 (Feb. 1964), p. 8.
Green Gallery, New York, James Rosenquist, closed Feb. 1.
—Swenson, Gene R. “Reviews and Previews: James Rosenquist,” Artnews (New York) 62, no. 10 (Feb. 1964), p. 8.
Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles, Boxes, Feb. 2–29. Exh. cat., with text by Walter Hopps.
—Hopps, Walter. “Boxes,” Art International (Lugano) 8, no. 2 (March 1964), pp. 38–42.
—Weber, John W. “Boxes,” Art in America (New York) 52, no. 3 (June 1964), pp. 98–102.
Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Amerikansk pop-konst, Feb. 29–April 12. Traveled to Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark, as Amerikansk Popkunst, April 17–May 24; and Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, as American Pop Art/De Nieuwe Amerikaanse Kunst, June 22–July 26. Exh. cat. (Stockholm), with text by Alan R. Solomon. Exh. cat. (Humlebaek), special issue of Louisiana Revy (Humlebaek), no. 4 (April 1964), with text by Alan R. Solomon. Exh. cat. (Amsterdam), with text by Alan R. Solomon.
Tate Gallery, London, Painting and Sculpture of a Decade 54/64,
April 22–June 28. Exh. cat.
New York State Pavilion, New York World’s Fair, April 22–Oct. 18, 1964, and April 21–Oct. 17, 1965.
—Johnson, Philip. “Young Artists at the Fair and at Lincoln Center,” Art in America (New York) no. 4 (1964), pp. 112–21.
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, The Friends Collect: Recent Acquisitions by Members of the Friends of the Whitney Museum of American Art; Seventh Friends Loan Exhibition, May 8–June 16.
Musée d’Art Moderne de la ville de Paris, XXe Salon de Mai, May 16–June 7. Exh. cat., with introduction by Gaston Diehl.
—Ashbery, John. “U.S. Takeover in Paris,” New York Herald Tribune (Paris), May 26, 1964, p. 5.
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Between the Fairs: Twenty-five Years of American Art, 1939–1964, June 24–Sept. 23.
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Paintings and Constructions of the 1960’s Selected from the Richard Brown Baker Collection, Oct. 2–25. Exh. cat.
Bianchini Gallery, New York, American Supermarket, Oct. 6–Nov. 7.
Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, The 1964 Pittsburgh International: Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, Oct. 30, 1964–Jan. 10, 1965.
—Levin, Kim. “Anything Goes at the Carnegie,” Artnews (New York) 63, no. 8 (Dec. 1964), pp. 34–36, 63.
Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, A Selection of Twentieth Century Art of Three Generations, Nov. 24–Dec. 26.
Oakland Art Museum, Pop Art U.S.A. Exh. cat., with essay by John Coplans.
Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Pop Art, Nouveau Réalisme, Etc., Feb. 5–March 1. Exh. cat.
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Mass., The New American Realism, Feb. 18–April 4.
Milwaukee Art Center, Pop Art and the American Tradition, April 9–May 9. Exh. cat. by Tracy Atkinson.
The Larry Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Conn., Art of the 50’s and 60’s: Selections from the Richard Brown Baker Collection, April 25–July 5. Exh. cat.
Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, James Rosenquist, April 17–May 13.
—“Pop: Bing-Bang Landscapes,” Time (New York), May 28, 1965, p. 80.
Instituto Torcuato di Tella, Buenos Aires, International Prize Exhibition, Sept.
De Waters Art Center, Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, Mich. (organized by American Federation of Arts), The Drawing Society National Exhibition: 1965, Oct. 1–22. Traveled to University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Nov. 5–26; Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, Dec. 10–31; Atlanta Art Association, Jan. 14–Feb. 4, 1966; Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Feb. 18–March 11, 1966; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, March 25–April 14, 1966; Frederick & Nelson, Seattle, April 22–May 2, 1966; Long Beach Museum of Art, June 5–26, 1966; Honolulu Academy of Arts, July 8–29, 1966; M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, Aug. 12–Sept. 2, 1966; and National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., Sept. 16–Nov. 12, 1966. Exh. cat.
Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, Pop and Op, Dec. 1–31.
Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, The Other Tradition, Jan. 27–March 7. Exh. cat., with text by G[ene] R. Swenson.
Queens College, City University of New York, New York International, Feb. 23–March 7.
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Recent Still Life, Feb. 23– April 4.
Galerija Suvremene Umjetnosti, Zagreb, Pop Art, March 8–22.
The Jewish Museum, New York, The Harry N. Abrams Family Collection, June 29–Sept. 5.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Sixty-eighth American Exhibition, Aug. 19–Oct. 16.
The Larry Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Conn., Selections from the John G. Powers Collection, Sept. 25–Dec. 11.
Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, Erotic Art ‘66, Oct. 3–29.
—Schjeldahl, Peter. “Erotic and/or Art,” The Village Voice (New York), Oct. 13, 1966, p. 13.
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (organized with the International Council of The Museum of Modern Art, New York), Two Decades of American Painting, Oct. 15–Nov. 27. Traveled to The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Dec. 10, 1966–Jan. 22, 1967; Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi, March 25–April 16, 1967; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, June 6–July 9, 1967; and Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, July 26–Aug. 20, 1967. Exh. cat., in Japanese and English, with introduction by Waldo Rasmussen and essays by Lucy R. Lippard, Irving Sandler, and Gene Swenson.
William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, Kansas City, Sound, Light, Silence, Nov. 4–Dec. 4.
Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, Mich., Flint Invitational, Nov. 4–Dec. 31. Exh. cat.
Galleria la Bertesca, Genoa, American Pop Artists, Nov. 12–Dec. 10. Exh. cat., with essay by Maurizio Calvesi.
State University College, Oswego, N.Y. (organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York), Contemporary American Still Life, Jan. 6–29. Traveled to Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind., Feb. 14–March 7; Texas Technological College, Lubbock, March 24–April 16; Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Fla., May 1–22; San Francisco State College, June 6–27; Kresge Art Center, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Sept. 29–Oct. 22; Mercer University, Macon, Ga., Nov. 13–Dec. 4; and University of Maryland, College Park, Jan. 5–28, 1968.
Leo Castelli, New York, Leo Castelli: Ten Years, Feb. 4–26.
Städtische Kunstausstellung, Gelsenkirchen, Germany, Original Pop Art, March 5–20.
Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois, Champaign, Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture 1967, March 5–April 9.
U.S. Pavilion, Expo ’67, Montreal World’s Fair, American Painting Now, April 28–Oct. 27. Traveled to Horticultural Hall, Boston, Dec. 15, 1967–Jan. 10, 1968. Exh. cat., with text by Alan Solomon.
—Vineburg, Dusty. “Under the Dome: A Powerful, Brainy Show of Pop, Op, Geometric Art,” The Montreal Star, May 13, 1967, Entertainment, p. 4.
Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, A Selection of Paintings and Sculptures from the Collections of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rowan, May 2–21. Traveled to San Francisco Museum of Art, June 2–July 2.
New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, Focus on Light, May 20–Sept. 10. Exh. cat. with essays by Richard Bellamy, Lucy R. Lippard, and Leah P. Sloshberg.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, The 1960’s: Painting and Sculpture from the Museum Collection, June 28–Sept. 24.
Palazzo Grassi, Centro Internazionale delle Arti e del Costume, Venice, Campo Vitale: Mostra Internazionale d’arte contemporanea, July–Oct.
Palazzo dei Congressi, San Marino, Nuove Tecniche d’Immagine, July 15–Sept. 30.
Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo, Environment U.S.A.: 1957–1967 (part of IX Bienal de São Paulo), Sept. 22, 1967–Jan. 8, 1968.
—Glueck, Grace. “For São Paulo–Some Pop, Lots of Hop(per),” The New York Times, March 19, 1967, section D, p. D–29.
—Kramer, Hilton. “Art: United States’ Exhibition Dominates São Paulo’s Ninth Bienal,” The New York Times, Sept. 20, 1967, p. 42.
The Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Washington, D.C., Art for Embassies Selected from the Woodward Foundation Collection, Sept. 30–Nov. 5. Exh. cat., with introduction by Charles Millard.
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1967 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Painting, Dec. 13, 1967–Feb. 4, 1968.
Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Kompass, New York: Paintings after 1945 in New York, Dec. 30, 1967–Feb. 11, 1968. Traveled to Stedelijk van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Nov. 9–Dec. 17, 1968. Exh. cat., in English and German, with essay by Jean Leering.
Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, Homage to Marilyn Monroe, Dec. 6– 30. Exh. cat.
—Alloway, Lawrence. “Marilyn as Subject Matter,” Arts Magazine (New York) 42, no. 3 (Dec. 1967–Jan. 1968), p. 29.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Three Generations of Twentieth-Century Art: The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection, Jan. 16– March 4. Traveled to Minneapolis Institute of Arts, May 15–June 30; Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine, Sept. 13–Oct. 13; Pasadena Art Museum, Nov. 11-Dec. 15; San Francisco Museum of Art, Jan. 13–Feb. 16, 1969; Seattle Art Museum, March 12–April 13, 1969; Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, May 14–June 15, 1969; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, Sept 15–Oct. 19, 1969; and The Cleveland Museum of Art, Nov. 18, 1969–Jan. 4, 1970.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, History Painting: Various Aspects, Feb. 6–May 5.
—Kramer, Hilton. “Art: A New Hangar for Rosenquist’s Jet-Pop ‘F-111,’” The New York Times, Feb. 17, 1968, p. 25.
—Canaday, John. “It Would Be Awfully Nice If We Were All Wrong about the Whole Thing,” The New York Times, Feb. 25, 1968, section 2, p. 23.
—Geldzhaler, Henry. “James Rosenquist’s F-111,” The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin (New York) 26, no. 7 (March 1968), pp. 276–81.
—Scull, Robert C. “Re the F-111: A Collector’s Notes,” The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin (New York) 26, no. 7 (March 1968), pp. 282–83.
—B[attcock], G[regory]. “In the Museums: James Rosenquist,” Arts Magazine (New York) 42, no. 6 (April 1968), p. 54.
—Tillim, Sidney. “Rosenquist at the Metropolitan: Avant-garde or Red Guard?” Artforum (New York) 6, no. 8 (April 1968), pp. 46–49.
Dayton’s Gallery 12, Minneapolis, Contemporary Graphics Published by Universal Limited Art Editions, Feb. 21–March 6. Exh. cat., with introduction by Harmony Clover.
Fine Arts Center, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Art 1968: Hang Ups and Put Downs, May 15–June 11. Exh. cat., with introduction by John N. Colt.
Kassel, West Germany, Documenta 4, June 27–Oct. 6.
Guild Hall, East Hampton, N.Y., American Printmaking 1670–1968, July 21–Aug. 11.
—Karshan, Donald H. “American Printmaking 1670–1968,” Art in America (New York) 56, no. 4 (July–Aug. 1968), pp. 22–57.
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, The Sixth International Biennial Exhibition of Prints in Tokyo 1968, Nov. 2–Dec. 15.
San Francisco Museum of Art, Untitled 1968, Nov. 9–Dec. 29.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age, Nov. 25, 1968–Feb. 9, 1969. Exh. cat., with essay by Billy Klüver.
Galerie Ricke, Cologne, Querschnitt, Nov. 27, 1968–Jan. 7, 1969.
Art Gallery, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind., Richard Brown Baker Collection, Jan. 5–Feb. 23. Exh. cat.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, and the Philadelphia Water Color Club, The One Hundred and Sixty-Fourth Annual Exhibition, Jan. 17–March 2.
Vancouver Art Gallery, New York 13, Jan. 21–Feb. 16. Traveled to
The Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, March 10–April 29; and Musée d’Art Contemporain, Montreal, June 3–July 5. Exh. cat., with introduction by Doris Schadbolt, text by Lucy Lippard, and statements by Rosenquist.
The Winnipeg Art Gallery, OK America, Feb. 7–March 4.
Neuen Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Sammlung 1968 Karl Ströher, March 1– April 14. Traveled to Städtischen Kunsthalle, Düsseldorf, April 25– June 17; and Kunsthalle Bern, July 12–Sept. 28.
Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, New York: The Second Breakthrough, 1959–1964, March 18–April 27. Exh. cat., with essay by Alan Solomon.
Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna, Turin, New-Dada e Pop Art Newyorkesi, April 2–May 4. Exh. cat. by Luigi Mallé.
Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia (organized by Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.), The Disappearance and Reappearance of the Image: Painting in the United States since 1945, April 14–June 15. Traveled to National Gallery, Prague, July 1–Aug. 15; Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Oct. 21–Nov. 16; Sala Dalles, Bucharest, Jan. 17–Feb. 2, 1969; Museul Banatului, Timisoara, Romania, Feb. 14–March 1, 1969; and Galeria de Arte, Cluj, Romania, March 14–April 2, 1969.
The Jewish Museum, New York, Superlimited: Books, Boxes and Things, April 16–June 29. Exh. cat., with introduction by Susan Tumarkin Goodman.
Dayton’s Gallery 12, Minneapolis, Castelli at Dayton’s, April 19–May 17. Exh. cat., with introduction by Martin Friedman.
York University, Toronto, American Art of the Sixties in Toronto Private Collections, May 31–June 28. Exh. cat. by Michael Greenwood.
Hayward Gallery, London, (organized by the Arts Council of Great Britain), Pop Art, July 9–Sept. 3. Exh. cat., Pop Art Redefined, ed. John Russell and Suzi Gablik, published by Thames and Hudson.
—Gosling, Nigel. “Pop Art: The Birth of a New Literature,” The Observer Review (London), July 13, 1969, p. 22.
—Strong, Roy. “Style for the Strident Sixties,” The Sunday Times (London), July 13, 1969, p. 51.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York Painting and Sculpture: 1940–1970, Oct. 14, 1969–Feb. 8, 1970. Exh. cat., with texts by Michael Fried, Henry Geldzahler, Clement Greenberg, Harold Rosenberg, Robert Rosenblum, and William Rubin, published in association with E. P. Dutton.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Prints by Five New York Painters: Jim Dine, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Larry Rivers, James Rosenquist, Oct. 18–Dec. 8. Exh. cat.
Denver Art Museum, American Report: The Sixties, Oct. 24–Dec. 7.
Fort Worth Art Center Museum, Drawings: An Exhibition of Contemporary American Drawings, Oct. 28–Nov. 30. Exh. cat., with essays by Peter Plagens.
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Contemporary American Painting: 1969 Annual Exhibition, Dec. 16, 1969–Feb. 1, 1970.