Nicholas Wilder Gallery

decade

1960s

1965

Nicholas Wilder Gallery opens on La Cienega Boulevard and shows work by Joe Goode and Bruce Nauman.

1966

Nicholas Wilder and Joe Goode drive north to visit Bruce Nauman in his studio and, as a result, Nauman has his first solo show in May at the Nicholas Wilder Gallery along La Cienega Boulevard. Nauman’s Mold for a Modernized Slant Step is included in this exhibition.

decade

1970s

1970

Bruce Nauman has a solo exhibition at Nicholas Wilder Gallery.

1971–73 1971

Bruce Conner uses the Dennis Hopper collages as source material for a series of photo etchings produced at Crown Point Press in Oakland, with founding Director Kathan Brown. They are published in three volumes as The Dennis Hopper One Man Show. Conner originally proposed the collages for an exhibition of the same name at the Nicholas Wilder Gallery in Los Angeles in 1967, but Wilder rejected the proposal given the false attribution.

1970s 1971

Joe Goode has several solo exhibitions at Nicholas Wilder Gallery.

1973

Billy Al Bengston has a solo exhibition at Nicholas Wilder Gallery titled Recent Watercolors of Billy Al Bengston.

1973

Bruce Nauman has a solo exhibition at Nicholas Wilder Gallery titled Flayed Earth/Flayed Self (Skin/Sink).

1974

Billy Al Bengston has a solo exhibition at Nicholas Wilder Gallery titled Billy Al Bengston: New Paintings.

1977

Nicholas Wilder Gallery hosts the traveling exhibition The Consummate Mask of Rock, a solo exhibition of Bruce Nauman's work.

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