Ruth Duckworth / Claire Zeisler
October 12 – November 17, 1979
Gallery Director, Helen W. Drutt English: ‘This exhibition of their work spans a period of 17 years. They have been major figures in the flourishing arts and crafts movement of the late 20th century producing works that have received national and international acclaim.’
Curated by Dianne Perry Vanderlip and representing 15 years of the California-based artist’s creative work. His first one man institutional exhibition on the East Coast, it includes sculpture, constructions, and drawings.
Records As Artwork
Presenting the extensive art record collection of Italian critic Germano Celant, this exhibition includes over 150 records and album covers recorded and frequently designed by such important artists and Filippo Marinetti, Karel Appel, Richard Huelsenbeck, Jime Dine, Yves Klein, Michael Snow, Marcel Duchamp, Andy Warhol, Oyvind Fahlstrom, and Robert Whitman. The soundtracks are recorded on cassettes which are played throughout the duration and provide a continual documentation of the art.
16 Projects / 4 Artists: A Coopertive Workshop / Exhibitions Program
November 7 –11, 1977: Michelle Stuart
January 23 – 27, 1978: Laurie Anderson
March 6 –10, 1978: William Wegman
May 22 – 26, 1978: Dennis Oppenheim
The program consisted of sending four prominent contemporary artists to each of four schools during the 1977-78 academic school year. The four institutions include California State University at Long Beach, Moore College of Art, University of New Mexico Albequerque, and Wright State University in Dayton. Serving as artists-in-residence for one week, they involved students, faculty, and other interested persons in an activity of their own design.
John Sloan/Robert Henri: Their Philadelphia Years, 1886-1904
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip and Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, RCA Corporation, Sun Oil Company, Sameric Theaters, Sperry-Rand Corporation, & Dietrich Brothers Americana Foundation.
Collection In Progress: 200 or so Selections from the Collection of Milton Brutten and Helen Herrick
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, this exhibition was accompanied by a catalogue with an interview by the curator. Partially funded by the Pennsylvania State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
16 Projects / 4 Artists: A Coopertive Workshop / Exhibitions Program
Larry Bell, Pat Steir, Lloyd Hamrol, and Siah Armajani.
The Environments of Alan Shields
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, partially funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, this exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue with introduction by Patterson Simms.
Moore In Transition, Then and Now
Works by Moore College alumnae from 1886-1976.
Alphons Schilling Stereoptics
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, an exhibition of binocular paintings and stereoptic phenomena by Swiss artist Schilling.
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, a comprehensive exhibition showing 20 years of development with a catalogue with introduction by Jonathan Fineberg; exhibition traveled to the Kansas City Art Institute. Partially funded by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
PMA at MCA
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, an exhibition of works by contemporary Philadelphia artists selected from the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, accompanied by a catalogue with introduction by the curator. Partially funded by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
North, East, West, South and Middle
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, a national drawing exhibition featuring artists Claus Oldenburg, William Wiley, Ed Ruscha, Charles Pasche, Jasper Johns, and Raffael. Accompanied by a catalogue with introduction by Peter Plagens, this exhibition traveled to Pratt, the Corcoran, Fort Worth, and LaJolla. Partially funded by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Hopi Kachina Dolls
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip with catalogue introduction by Alphonso Ortiz. Partially funded by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, an exhibition of paintings and drawings by the New York-born artist. Catalogue with comments by colleagues.
A collection of American photographs, many taken by William W. Chapin between 1880 and 1915.
Co-curated by Dianne Vanderlip and Lucy R. Lippard, and exhibition on conceptual art by Laurie Anderson, Agnes Denes, Jennifer Bartlett, Nancy Holt, and Athena Tacha.
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, an exhibition of recent works by the Swedish artist with accompanying catalogue and introduction by the artist.
Claythings/East Coast Invitational
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, an exhibition with works by Jack Earl, Douglas Baldwin, Jun Kaneko, Bill Lombardo, Donna Nichols, and Bill Stewart; accompanied by exhibition catalogue.
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, sculpture and drawings.
Co-curated by Dianne Vanderlip and James Monte, Associate Curator of Paintings and Sculpture, Whitney Museum of American Art. This exhibition includes artists Philip Wofford, Gary Stephan, Carl Gliko, Bill Pettet, and Dan Christensen, accompanied by catalogue with introduction by James Monte.
March 23 - April 20, 1973
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, this is the first major exhibition of artists’ books in the United States. Accompanying catalogue has introduction by John Perroult. A special book was produced in conjunction with the show by Claes Oldenburg called Moore Ray Gun Poems. The exhibition traveled to the University Art Museum, Berkeley, University of California and was on view there from January 16 - February 24, 1974.
The New Landscapes
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, an exhibition with works by John Clem Clarke, Lowell Nesbitt, Mac Wells, Paul Narckiewicz, Ian Hornak, and H.N. Han; accompanying catalogue with introduction by William Wilson.
The Pictures of Robert Riggs
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, an exhibition of animal sculptures.
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, and exhibition exploring the way fine art artists use portraiture as opposed to how it is used by photographic artists. Accompanying catalogue with introduction by Peter Bunnel.
Moore College of Art Gallery
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, a germinal exhibition dealing with the early activities of the conceptual artists including Richard Smithson, Bruce Nauman, John Baldessari, and Joseph Kosuth. Accompanying catalogue with introduction by Lucy Lippard and Les Levine.
Alice Neel: 50 Years
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, this is Neel’s first solo museum exhibition and is a comprehensive span of 50 years of her work. Showcased by her alma mater, Moore College, the exhibition was celebrated in conjunction with the artist receiving an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts.
The Board Collects
Curated by Dianne Vanderlip, an exhibition of fine paintings and drawings from the private collection of the Moore College Board members.