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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