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City Hall Park
30 Exhibitions

August - December 2018

B. Wurtz: Kitchen Trees

June - November 2017

Katja Novitskova: EARTH POTENTIAL

June - September 2016

The Language of Things

June - November 2015

Image Objects

July - December 2013

Lightness of Being

May - November 2012

Common Ground

May - December 2011

Sol LeWitt: Structures 1965-2006

June - December 2010

Statuesque

October 2009 - May 2010

Peter Coffin: Untitled (Sculpture Silhouettes)

July - October 2009

Richard Woods: wall and door and roof

December 2008 - May 2009

Robert Melee: Her Leaving, It Standing, It Sitting, It Up, It Alone

April 2006 - March 2007

Alexander Calder in New York

October 2004 - October 2005

Julian Opie: Animals, Buildings, Cars, and People

November 2003 - October 2004

Roy Lichtenstein at City Hall

January - July 2003

MetroSpective

July 1991 - June 1992

Jeffrey Cole and David Schafer: Liberty Prop

May - November 1988

City Hall Park Group Show, 1988

October 1987 - April 1988

Kristin Jones & Andrew Ginzel: Pananemone

July 1987 - March 1988

Grace Knowlton

July - November 1986

The City Hall Park Furniture Show

October - December 1985

David Finn: People In Trees

December 1983 - October 1984

Chris Duncan: Water Table

December 1983 - October 1984

Richard Nonas: Spread Sheet

December 1983 - October 1984

Jerilea Zempel

June - September 1983

Bridges

July - November 1982

Merle Temkin: Castle

October 1981 - April 1982

David Wells: Megacleaners on Field of Storefront Blue Chairs

October 1980 - September 1981

Alice Adams: Globe

August - September 1979

Linda Howard: Maya

May - November 1978

George Sugarman: Yellow Ascending

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