Expanding Space - Ronald Bladen, Al Held, Yvonne Rainer, George Sugarman

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Expanding Space: Ronald Bladen, Al Held, Yvonne Rainer and George Sugarman
From left to right: Ronald Bladen, Sentinels (Model); Al Held, Thalocropolis; Yvonne Rainer, Trio A; George Sugarman, Orange, Blue and Black

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http://dwighthoward.com/kikimara/6723 A fully illustrated catalogue with essay by Robert S. Mattison will be available.

For additional information, please contact Christiana Ine-Kimba Boyle at 212.695.0164 or Christiana@lorettahoward.com.