2 edition of Pictures to be read, poetry to be seen found in the catalog.
Pictures to be read, poetry to be seen
Catalogue for exhibition October 24 -December 3, 1967.
|Statement||organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.|
|Contributions||Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, Ill.)|
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Pictures to be Read/Poetry to be Seen featured 71 works created between –67 by artists, including Shusaku Arakawa, Giafranco Baruchello, Mary Bauermeister, George Brecht, Oyvind Fahlström, Ray Johnson, Allan Kaprow, R.
Kitaj, Alison Knowles, Jim Nutt, Gianni-Emilio Simonetti, and Wolf Vostell. Get this from a library. Pictures to be read/poetry to be seen. [Jan Van der Marck; Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, Ill.)].
Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, First edition. Twelve objects and pamphlet in a two-part acrylic box with printed label, 10 x 4 x /2 inches. One of numbered copies.
This multiple was created for the supporters and artists who participated in the opening exhibition at Chicago's newly-founded Museum of Contemporary Art. Museum Director Jan van der Marck invited twelve artists.
Get this from a library. Pictures to be read/poetry to be seen: [catalog of] an exhibition, October 23 - December 3,Shusaku Arakawa [and others]: organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. [Shūsaku Arakawa; Jan Van der Marck; Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, Ill.)].
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