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Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery - Columbia University

Public Institution
Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery - Columbia University
Columbia University, 826 Schermerhorn Hall, MC5517, 1190 Amsterdam Ave
New York City, NY NY 10027
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Kader Attia  104 3

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  Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), USA 540 105
  Leo Castelli Gallery, USA 127 11
  Whitney Museum of American Art, USA 126 71
  Pace Gallery - NY, USA 121 25
  Metro Pictures Gallery, USA 114 19

 Public exhibitions   3
08.09. - 17.12. (in 108 days)
  Solo showLiving in America: Frank Lloyd Wright, Harlem, and Modern Housing

15.09. - 15.06. (still more than 3 weeks)
  Solo showGina Malek: Traces

13.09. - 01.06. (9 days remaining)
  Solo showTomo Mori: Concerto Encircling
Foundation year: 1986
 Previous Exhibitions   55
  Group showInvisible Cities
  Group showFinesse

  Solo showUday K. Dhar: From Purusha to Paradise
  Group showThe Expanded Subject: New Perspectives In Photographic Portraiture From Africa
  Group showLines of Flight
  Group showContemporary Ruins: Resistance to the Spectacular Image
  Solo showEva Nikolova: The Edifice of Memory
  Group showOpen This End: Contemporary Art from the Collection of Blake Byrne

  Solo showLorella Paleni - Otherwordly
  Solo showScherezade Garcia: In Transit/Liquid Highway
  Solo showRembrandt's Changing Impressions
Description and image Group showA Curious Blindness

  Solo showRomare Bearden: A Black Odyssey
  Solo showMaya Hayuk: From the Chem Trails Series
  Group showHyper-Resemblances
  Solo showGoddess, Heroine, Beast: Anna Hyatt Huntington's New York Sculpture, 1902–1936

  Solo showVector Composition No. 1, 2013
  Solo showMultiple Occupancy: Eleanor Antin's "Selves"
  Group showSpeak, Memory
  Group showConceptual Geographies: Frames and Documents: Selections from the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection

  Solo showRobert S. Duncanson: An Antebellum African American Artist
  Group showCross-Time Stories
  Solo showFélix Candela: 1910–2010

  Solo showXu Bing: Square Word Calligraphy Classroom
Description Group showProject Europa: Imagining the (Im)Possible

  Solo showNancy Holt: Sightlines
  Solo showEdward Koren: The Capricious Line
  Solo showPictures for Books: Photographs by Thomas Roma

  Group showProgeny: Deborah Willis and Hank Willis Thomas
  Group showModernism and Iraq

  Solo showRobert Moses and the Modern City

  Solo showEly Jacques Kahn, Architect: Beaux-Arts to Modernism in New York
  Group showLubomír Šlapeta (1908–1983) and Cestmír Šlapeta (1908–1999): Czech Architecture after Hans Scharoun
  Group showMiddle Ground: Photographs from the Whitney Museum of American Art

  Solo showPlease, teach me... Rainer Ganahl and the Politics of Learning

  Solo showThe Troubled Search: The Work of Max Abramovitz

  Group showMoscow: City, Spectacle, Capital of Photography
  Solo showJean Fautrier: 1898–1964

  Solo showRoger Ferri: Architectural Visionary
  Solo showParis as Gameboard: Man Ray's Atgets

  Solo showLouise Bourgeois: Illustrated Books
  Solo showPercival Goodman: Architect, Teacher, Planner

  Solo showArchitect of Dreams: The Theatrical Vision of Joseph Urban

  Group showExperiments in the Everyday: Allan Kaprow and Robert Watts—Events, Objects, Documents

  Group showBrushed Voices: Calligraphy in Contemporary China

  Solo showRobert Motherwell on Paper

  Solo showKōbō Abé as Photographer

  Solo showUnfaded Pageant: Edwin Austin Abbey's Shakespearean Subjects
  Solo showMark Rothko: The Spirit of Myth

  Solo showGoya's Caprichos from the Brooklyn Museum

  Solo showRobert Smithson Unearthed: Works on Paper, 1957–1973

  Solo showLove Flight of a Pink Candy Heart: Paintings by Florine Stettheimer from the Columbia University Collection

  Solo showGraphic Evolutions: The Print Series of Francisco Goya

  Solo showJim Parker: The Abstract Works

  Solo showMeyer Shapiro: Works of Art 1919–1979
Last update: 5 May 2017
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