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1960s Exhibitions

1960

Art Rental Service – 1960 Collection
January 7−24, 1960

Anni Albers: Pictorial Weavings
February 5−March 7, 1960

Architectural Graphics
April 8−May 29, 1960

Image and Idea!
April 21−May 15, 1960

Landscape Architecture
May 20−June, 1960

New American Artifacts: The Ugly Show
June 17−July 19, 1960

New Europeans
October 13−November 13, 1960

Second City Graphics: Prints from Chicago
November 21−December 26, 1960


1961

Thirty by Three
January 26−February 10, 1961

Architecture: Man’s Space
January 26−February 10, 1961

The Emerging Figure
May 31−June 21, 1961

Ways and Means
October−November 1961

Design in Germany Today
November−December 1961


1962

Stairs
March 1962

Forrest Bess
April−May 1962

Images from the Stone
September 27−October 21, 1962

Structured Sculpture
October 8−November, 1962

From the Permanent Collection
October 26−November 21, 1962

San Francisco 9
November 29−December 29, 1962


1963

Pop! Goes the Easel
April 4−30, 1963

Symbolist Legacy
May 1−26, 1963

Iconographic Expression
September 6−29, 1963

Child’s World II
October−November 1963



1964

Light in Motion
January 1964

Out of Context
February 1964

Recent Acquisitions in Houston Collections
March 13−31, 1964

Art Rental Service
May 7−31, 1964                          

Design and Printing for Commerce and 50 Best Advertisements of the Year
September 14−16, 1964

Francis Bacon
September 24−November 1, 1964

Martha Mood: Tapestries
October 5−17, 1964

Paintings and Sculpture from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Weiner
November 6−29, 1964

Dealer’s Choice: An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Prints
December 3, 1964−January 3, 1965

1965

Banners
January 8−February 17, 1965

French Abstract Tapestry
February 12−March 7, 1965

Robert Rauschenberg
March 12−April 15, 1965

Two Romantic Painters: Blakelock and Monticelli and Designs for a New Contemporary Arts Museum
May 7−30, 1965

Art Rental Service – 1965 Collection
June 3−13, 1965

Kites and Recent Japanese Prints
September 9−October 3, 1965

Josef Albers
October 6−31, 1965

Personal Choice: Paintings and Sculpture from Houston Private Collection
November 4−December 5, 1965

Inform and Interpret
December 10−31, 1965


1966

A.I.A. Suggests
January 6−February 13, 1966

Light in Art
February 25−April 17, 1966

Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper
April 27−May 17, 1966

Art Across America
October 4−22, 1966

Contemporary Spanish Artists
November 4−December 29, 1966



1967

Four Dallas Collectors
January 12−February 15, 1967

Colored Sculpture
February 28−March 19, 1967

Harvey Quaytman
March 28−April 16, 1967

Victor Vasarely
April 23−May 11, 1967

Multiples
September 7−24, 1967

Mexico: The New Generation
October 12−31, 1967

John Alberty
November 15−December 17, 1967


1968

Two Happening Concepts: Allan Kaprow and Wolf Vostell
January 9−February 11, 1968

Innovations
February 21−March 31, 1968

Children from Many Lands Illustrate Grimm’s Fairy Tales
March 29−April 3, 1968

Vera Simons: Aerial Sculpture
April 16−May 31, 1968

Boyd Mefferd: Light Environment
September 16−October 13, 1968

Mass Transit: Problem and Promise
November 20−December 8, 1968


1969

Al Held: Recent Paintings
January 9−26, 1969

New British Painting and Sculpture
February 1969

Donald Roller Wilson: Polarity and Expansion
April 18−May 18, 1969

Directions 2: Aspects of a New Realism
September 17−October 19, 1969

Paul van Hoeydonck: Spaced Out
November 14−December 30, 1969

CAMH Entrance by Rick Garner

CAMH Holiday Hours

On Wednesday, November 21, 2018 CAMH will be closing doors at 5PM. CAMH will continue to be closed on Thursday, November 22, 2018. Regular hours will resume on Friday, November 23, 2018.

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