Mary Bauermeister

Born in 1934 in Frankfurt, Germany, Mary Bauermeister took an interest in the arts at an early age, immersing herself in drawing in secondary school. She was responsible for bringing together emerging artists for events in her studio, later contributing to the Fluxus artistic movement. John Cage, David Tudor, Hans G Helms, and others would come together at Bauermeister’s invitation to collaborate and critique together. Drawn by the vitality of the Pop Art movement, she temporarily relocated to New York where she enjoyed great artistic success. Bauermeister currently lives in Germany and continues to work and exhibit frequently.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

1962 Stedelijk Museum, The Netherlands
1964 Galleria Bonino
1971 Galerie Atelier 67, Germany
1972 Galleria Schwarz, Italy
1972 Staempfli Gallery, New York
1981 Galerie La Cité, Luxembourg
1991 Galleria Bonino
2004 Museum Ludwig, Germany
2010 Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Germany
2013 401contemporary, Germany

Selected Group Exhibitions

1964 Staempfli Gallery
1964 Byron Gallery
1964 The Whitney Museum of American Art
1965 The Newark Museum
1966 The Guggenheim Museum
1966 Smithsonian Institution
1967 Rhode Island School of Design
1967 Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
1968 The Whitney Museum of American Art
1968 Albright-Knox Gallery
1970 San Francisco Museum of Art
1974 The Whitney Museum of American Art
1977 Los Angeles County Museum of Art
1988 The Guggenheim Museum
2000 Von der Heydt Museum Wuppertal, Germany
2007 MOCA Los Angeles

Selected Collections

The Brooklyn Museum of Art
Davenport Art Museum
Flint Institute of Arts
The Canton Museum of Art
The Columbus Museum of Art
The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art
The Grace Museum

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