TELEVISION'S IMPACT ON CONTEMPORARY ART

The Queens Museum, New York, 1986

Curator: Marc H. Miller

Anderson, Laurie
Arbus, Diane
Arnold, Eve
Ayers, Philip
Baldessari, John
Barrow, Thomas
Bechtle, Robert
Bender, Gretchen
Berger, Paul
Bonk, Keiko
Burden, Chris
Burson, Nancy
Callahan, Harry
Chi, Tseng Kwong
Cohen, Maxi
Davidovich, Jaime
Davidson, Bruce
Eggleston, William
Faust, Daniel
Fekner, John
Fekner, John and Don Leicht
Fischl, Eric
Fish, Janet
Frank, Robert
Friedlander, Lee
Geller, Matthew
Gnagy, Jon
Greenblat, Rodney Alan
Hamilton, Richard
Haring, Keith
Hockney, David
Holt, Nancy
Huebler, Douglas
Isou, Isidore
Jarden, Richards
Jenkins Jr., Burris
Kienholz, Edward and Nancy
Kostabi, Mark
Leslie, Alfred
Levine, Les
Longo, Robert
Maggiotto, John
Malanga, Gerard
McCollum, Allan
Moore, Peter
Neidich, Warren
Noble, Alastair
Oppenheim, Dennis
Owens, Bill
Paik, Nam June 
Paschke, Ed
Perich, Anton
Pindell, Howardena
Rauschenberg, Robert 
Resnick, Marcia
Scharf, Kenny
Sherman, Cindy
Shore, Steven
Smith, Greeg with Kathy Neely
Snyder, Don
Sonneman, Eve
Sonnier, Keith
Stein, Lewis
Victoria, Ted
Warhol, Andy
Wegman, William
Wesselmann, Tom
Winogrand, Garry
Zwillinger, Rhonda