Chronology

June 1977

Motherwell’s essay “Parisian Artists in Exile: New York, 1939–45” is published in the catalogue for the exhibition Paris–New York at the Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris.

On June 18, H.H. Arnason’s monograph Robert Motherwell, with a preface by Bryan Robertson, is published by Harry N. Abrams.

Motherwell contributes a drawing to the premier exhibition of the Long Point Gallery, an artist’s cooperative gallery in Provincetown. He is one of the founding members along with Varujan Boghosian, Fritz Bultman, Budd Hopkins, and Judith Rothschild, among others.

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