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Jules Olitski

♂  American, 1922–2007

Jules Olitski has been in 10 exhibitions at MoMA, between 1962 and 1988.

10 exhibitions

EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR
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Photo of the exhibition Recent Acquisitions

20 November 1962 to 13 January 1963

Henri Matisse, Joan Miró, Georges Braque and Paul Cézanne, among others, were involved.

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Photo of the exhibition Recent Acquisitions: Seven American Paintings

5 November 1964 to 15 February 1965

Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Morris Louis, Jules Olitski and Larry Poons, among others, were involved.

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Photo of the exhibition Recent Acquisitions: Painting and Sculpture

16 February to 25 April 1965

Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró and Paul Klee, among others, were involved.

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Photo of the exhibition The 1960s: Painting and Sculpture from the Museum Collection

28 June to 24 September 1967

Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Alexander Calder and Claes Oldenburg, among others, were involved.

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Photo of the exhibition Recent Acquisitions: Painting and Sculpture

5 September to 11 November 1969

Ellsworth Kelly, Sam Francis, Cy Twombly and Donald Judd, among others, were involved.

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Photo of the exhibition Recent Acquisitions: Painting and Sculpture III

24 October 1969 to 24 May 1970

Robert Mangold, Jules Olitski, Jo Baer and Ralph Humphrey, among others, were involved.

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Prints of the Sixties

22 March to 9 May 1973

Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg and Jim Dine, among others, were involved.

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Photo of the exhibition Painting and Sculpture Collection: Reinstallation of the East Wing

16 November 1978 to 2 January 1979

Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Stella and Ellsworth Kelly, among others, were involved.

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Photo of the exhibition Reinstallation of the Contemporary Galleries

15 February to 17 March 1985

Claes Oldenburg, Frank Stella, Larry Rivers and Sol LeWitt, among others, were involved.

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Master Prints from the Collection

20 November 1987 to 8 March 1988

Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró and Paul Klee, among others, were involved.