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Geometric Abstraction: 1926-1942

Description: Catalog from the exhibition, "Geometric Abstraction: 1926–1942," October 7–November 19, 1972, held at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. Includes: artist bios, lender list, bibliography, essays, images, list of artworks and artists in the exhibition.
Date: 1972
Creator: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts

Concentrations VI: Al Souza

Description: Catalog from the exhibition, "Concentrations VI: Al Souza," June 6–July 18, 1982, held at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. Includes: lists artworks in the exhibition, essay, artist information, images.
Date: 1982
Creator: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts

Journey into Non-Objectivity: The Graphic Work of Kazimir Malevich and Other Members of the Russian Avant-Garde

Description: Catalog from the exhibition, "Journey into Non–Objectivity: The Graphic Work of Kazimir Malevich and Other Members of the Russian Avant–Garde," January 18–February 24, 1980, held at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. Includes: essays, list of artists and artworks in the exhibition, images, artist biographies, bibliography.
Date: 1980
Creator: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts

Signposts of Twentieth Century Art

Description: Catalog from the exhibition, "Signposts of Twentieth Century Art," October 28–December 7, 1959, held at the Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts. Includes: artists and artworks in the exhibition, descriptions, images.
Date: [1959]
Creator: Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts

The Art That Broke the Looking-Glass

Description: Catalog from the exhibition, "The Art That Broke the Looking Glass," November 15–December 31, 1961, held at the Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts. Includes: list of artists and artworks in the exhibition, essay, images.
Date: 1961
Creator: Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts

"1961"

Description: Catalog from the exhibition, "1961," April 3-May 13, 1962, held by the Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts. Includes: artists and artworks in the exhibition, images.
Date: 1962
Creator: Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts