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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

New Images of Man

30 September to 29 November 1959

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Peter Selz  American, born Germany 1919
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René d'Harnoncourt  American, 1901–1968

Artists

Germaine Richier
French, 1904–1959
8 exhibitions
Cosmo Campoli
American, 1922–1996
1 exhibition
H. C. Westermann
American, 1922–1981
7 exhibitions
Richard Diebenkorn
American, 1922–1993
17 exhibitions
Fritz Wotruba
Austrian, 1907–1975
3 exhibitions
Theodore Roszak
American, born Poland. 1907–1981
12 exhibitions
Jackson Pollock
American, 1912–1956
59 exhibitions
Eduardo Paolozzi
British, 1924–2005
28 exhibitions
Nathan Oliveira
American, 1928–2010
5 exhibitions
Jan Müller
American, 1922–1958
3 exhibitions
James McGarrell
American, born 1930
9 exhibitions
Rico Lebrun
American, 1900–1964
14 exhibitions
Balcomb Greene
American, 1904–1990
10 exhibitions
Leon Golub
American, 1922–2004
5 exhibitions
Alberto Giacometti
Swiss, 1901–1966
72 exhibitions
Jean Dubuffet
French, 1901–1985
76 exhibitions
Willem de Kooning
American, born the Netherlands. 1904–1997
43 exhibitions
César (César Baldaccini)
French, 1921–1998
10 exhibitions
Reg Butler
British, 1913–1983
19 exhibitions
Leonard Baskin
American, 1922–2000
28 exhibitions
Francis Bacon
British, born Ireland. 1909–1992
17 exhibitions
Kenneth Armitage
British, 1916–2002
7 exhibitions
Karel Appel
Dutch, 1921–2006
7 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

4 October 1959

VARIETY OFFERED IN ART DISPLAYS; Retrospective of Weber's Paintings in Newark Is Among Week's Features

The week's art exhibitions offer a wide variety, with an important retrospective of Max Weber in Newark and just about every school and type of artist represented in the local galleries. The Museum of Modern Art's "New Images of Man" goes into its second week.

New York Times • page 122 • 958 words