MARCH GALLERY | 95 East 10th Street | New York | April 1961 ►see more
Poster & Invitation
A new art show at the March Gallery presents an iconoclastic scouring of our world gone mad.
A satirical declaration of independence against uncommitted and the shallow common place.
It is an exciting show, a show in which Involvement and Innocence become the sacred symbols of survival.
The show includes oil paintings, collages, drawings, and mixed media.
Isser Aronovici, Rocco Armento, Al D'Arcangelo,
Herb Brown, Ferró (Erro), John Fisher,
Stanley Fisher,Esther Gilman, Sam Goodman,
Gloria Graves,Dorothy Gillespie, Ted Joans,
Allan Kaprow, Yayoi Kusama, Jean-Jacques Lebel,
Bob Logan, Lora, Suzan Long (Harriet Wood),
Boris Lurie, Mihal Mishorit, Jerome Rothenberg,
Michelle Stuart, Richard Tyler, Ray Wisniewski
and Lee Zack.