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April and May, 1977.

Robert Smithson (1938-1973) retrospective exhibition at Hallwalls, 1977.Robert Smithson (1938-1973) retrospective exhibition at Hallwalls, 1977.

Hallwalls Calendar: April and May, 1977.

Artists associated with this publication:
Lee Eiferman, Ken Pelka, Violet Lee, John Baldessari, Meredith Monk, Kevin Noble, Kroy Rubin, Anne Turyn, Babette Mangolte, Alan Weinrub, Rae Tyson, Yvonne Rainer, Jon Gibson, Jacki Apple, Julia Heyward, Robert Smithson, Roger Welch, Glenda Hydler, Charlotta Kotik, Nancy Dwyer, Susan Denza, David Woodbury, Gary Judkins, David Gordon, Valda Setterfield, Constance DeJong


Some events connected to this publication:
February 5, 1977 - DAVID GORDON AND VALDA SETTERFIELD
April 1, 1977 - NANCY DWYER
April 1, 1977 - SUSAN DENZA
April 1, 1977 - DAVID WOODBURY
April 14, 1977 - GARY JUDKINS
April 17, 1977 - CONSTANCE DEJONG
April 17, 1977 - JACKI APPLE AND GLENDA HYDLER
April 17, 1977 - CHARLOTTA KOTIK
April 18, 1977 - CONSTANCE DEJONG
April 19, 1977 - ALAN WEINRUB
April 19, 1977 - RAE TYSON
April 21, 1977 - YVONNE RAINER
April 23, 1977 - JON GIBSON
April 26, 1977 - WHAT MAISE KNEW
April 29, 1977 - ROGER WELCH
April 30, 1977 - ROGER WELCH
May 2, 1977 - JULIA HEYWARD
May 3, 1977 - ROBERT SMITHSON
May 3, 1977 - ROGER WELCH
May 13, 1977 - KEVIN NOBLE
May 13, 1977 - KROY RUBIN
May 22, 1977 - KEN PELKA AND VIOLET LEE
May 23, 1977 - ANNE TURYN AND LEE EIFERMAN
May 27, 1977 - JOHN BALDESSARI
May 29, 1977 - MEREDITH MONK



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