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Important Update

September 25, 1966 to December 11, 1966 |

Selections from the John G. Power’s Collection

Since October 1964, The Larry Aldrich Museum has been dedicated to the exhibition of the most recent developments in the visual arts of our time. The Museum has striven always to maintain the highest standard of excellence in the quality of its exhibitions. Therefore, it is extremely pleased, grateful, and fortunate to present the John G. Powers Collection of Contemporary Art this fall.

John Powers’ taste in collecting is impeccable, highly sensitive, and astoundingly comprehensive. The twenty-one works by Wilem DeKooning brilliantly portray this fact. His courage in exploring innovations and new modes of expression is enviable. His interest in helping to promote the work of young unknown artists struggling for recognition has been of inestimable value to the New York art scene.

The museum is indeed honored to present the exciting John G. Powers Collection, which portrays so poignantly the varied aspects of the living art today.

Artists: Richard Artschwager, Edward Avedisian, Pol Bury, Chryssa, Allan D’Arcangelo, Willem de Kooning, Jim Dine, Red Grooms, Dorothy Grebenak, Charles Hinman, Robert Indiana, Alfred Jensen, Jasper Johns, Lester Johnson, Allen Jones, Gary Kuehn, Frederick J. Kiesler, Gerald Laing, Gerald Laing and Peter Phillips, Roy Lichtenstein, Morris Louis, Marisol, Kenneth Noland, Claes Oldenburg, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Leo Rabkin, Mel Ramos, George Rickey, Bridget Riley, Larry Rivers, James Rosenquist, Bob Stanley, Ernest Trova, Victor Vasarely, Leo Valledor, Andy Warhol, John Wesley, Tom Wesselmann, John Willenbecher, Neil Williams, Isaac Witkin


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