Dates are not always precisely known, but the Art Institute strives to present this information as consistently and legibly as possible. Dates may be represented as a range that spans decades, centuries, dynasties, or periods and may include qualifiers such as c. (circa) or BCE.
Organized by American Federation of Arts, Bel Ami International Exhibition, New York, Knoedler’s, Jul–Sept. 1946; Washington DC, Crosby Gallery of Modern Art, Oct. 10–24, 1946; Boston, Stuart Art Gallery, Nov. 1946;Chicago, Associated American Artists, Feb. 4–16, 1947; Brussels, June 1947.
Art Institute of Chicago, 52nd Annual Exhibition by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, June 17–Aug. 15, 1948, cat. 3.
Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute, Painting in the United States, Oct. 14–Dec. 12, 1948, cat. 29.
Chicago, Associated American Artists, 1948.
New York, Whitney Museum, Annual Exhibition of American Contemporary Painting, Nov. 10–Dec. 31, 1950, cat. 2.
San Francisco Museum of Art, Expressionism, 1956; Minneapolis, Walker Art Center.
Art Institute of Chicago, Ivan Albright: A Retrospective, Oct. 30, 1964–Dec. 27, 1965; New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Feb. 3–Mar. 21, 1965, cat. 30.
New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Human Concerns/Personal Torment: the Grotesque in American Art, Oct. 14–Nov. 30, 1969; Berkeley, University of California, University Art Museum, Jan. 20–Mar. 1, 1970, cat. 2.
Hanover, New Hampshire, Dartmouth College, Hopkins Center, 1975–76.
Art Institute of Chicago, Works by Ivan Albright from the Collection, Oct. 21–Dec. 10, 1978, cat. 23.
Cologne, Germany, Bel Ami International Art Competition, May 30–Aug. 16, 1981.
Munich, Germany, Haus der Kunst, Amerikanische Malerei 1930–1980, Nov. 14, 1981–Jan. 31, 1982, cat. 108.
New York, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, Memorial Exhibition of Deceased Members, Nov. 18–Dec. 15, 1985, cat. 1.
Chicago, Richard L. Feigen & Co., The Art of the Grotesque and Fantastic, Feb. 4–Mar. 31, 1987.
Art Institute of Chicago, Ivan Albright: Magic Realist, Feb. 20–May 11, 1997; New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, June 10–Sept. 7, 1997.
Ivan Albright (1897–1983); given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1977.
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