Exhibitions May 1974-May 1975. CUSACK GALLERY.

Exhibitions May 1974-May 1975.

11 black & white illus. [12] pp. 8vo, printed wrappers, staple-bound. Houston, Texas: 1975.

A very rare program distributed by Barbara Cusack’s unheralded and short-lived Houston gallery. Cusack (b. 1937) opened the space in 1971, and shortly thereafter began hosting exhibitions by a series of influential Conceptual and Minimalist artists, such as Mangold, LeWitt, Kawara, Buren, Tuttle, Ian Wilson, Darboven, Andre, Dibbets, etc. By 1976, she was forced to close the gallery.

This program contains interesting installation shots of nearly all of the exhibitions that took place in 1974 and 1975 — for Wilson’s there is a facsimile of the signed Discussion. WorldCat has no records of annual programs published by the gallery except for this one.

Near fine; some scuffing to the wrappers. We are able to locate only one institutional copy in North America.

❧ Cusack (now Hill) was profiled in a 2006 New York Times article, “A Contemporary Retreat With a 100-Year-Old Soul” (accessed 25 May 2021).

Price: $300.00

Item ID: 7667

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