Robert Morris

American sculptor and painter
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17 posts

5 Evenings

Advertisement for “5 Evenings” jointly offered by the Museum School and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.


Announcement for the exhibition “Attitudes” that took place at the Brooklyn Museum in 1970.

Castelli Warehouse

Advertisement for exhibitions at Castelli Warehouse, 103 West 108th Street NYC.

Circuit: A Video Invitational

Describes the exhibition “Circuit: A Video Invitational” curated by David Ross. Includes list of venues and participating artists.


Photos and description of the piece Pace and Process by Robert Morris.

Exchange ’73: From a Videotape by Robert Morris

Photos and narration of Exchange ’73.

L’Attico announces the publication of MUSDAN

Advertisement for the publication MUSDAN published by L’Attico.

Lippincott Inc. Works with Robert Morris

Advertisement for the company Lippincott Inc. 400 Sackett Point Road, North Haven, Connecticut. Includes a photo of workers moving a Morris piece.

Observatory by Robert Morris

Documentation of the construction of Observatory through text and photographs.

Robert Morris at Modern Art Agency

Advertisement for a Robert Morris exhibition at Modern Art Agency, Naples.

Sixth Guggenheim International Exhibition

Announcement of the Sixth Guggenheim International Exhibition held February – April, 1971. Includes list of participating artists.

Some Moments at 112

Photographs by Cosmos of people at the exhibition “Videoperformance.”

Some Recent Videotapes Made Available Through the Leo Castelli Gallery

Advertisement for videotapes for sale through Leo Castelli Gallery.


Brief description of the Triennale-India and an exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. Includes list of participating artists.


Advertisement for the exhibition Videotapes at Leo Castelli Gallery, New York.

Works on Videocassette

Advertisement for exhibition “Works on Videocassette” at Leo Castelli Gallery.

Yvonne Rainer

Interview conducted by Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp on Aug. 10, 1972 at 137 Greene Street.