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EXHIBITIONS

Max Kahn

Max Kahn, holding photo of his mother and brothers

Max Kahn has participated in numerous one-man and group exhibitions in Chicago and around the world. He is a distinguished artist who has received several awards from national institutions and museums. His works are in the collections of over 30 museums including the Art Institute of Chicago, Boston Museum of Art, Illinois State Museum, Library of Congress, Museum of Modern Art and Metropolitan Museum in New York, Philadelphia Museum, National Gallery of Canada, and National Gallery and Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C..

ONE MAN SHOWS
   The Art Institute of Chicago, 1943
   Philadelphia Print Club, 1944
   Weyhe Gallery, New York, 1946
   Princeton Print Club, 1947
   AAA Gallery, Chicago, 1949
   Fort Dodge Museum, Fort Dodge, Iowa, 1949
   Philadelphia Art All.iance, 1949
   Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., 1952
   The Art Institute of Chicago, 1954
   Pratt Institute, New York, 1959
   Fairweather Hardin Gallery, 1957, 1960, 1963, 1966, 1969, 1976, 1982

   Gallery 1756


TWO-MAN AND THREE-MAN SHOWS
   City Art Museum of St. Louis, 1949
   Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1951
   Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, 1951
   Beloit College, 1952
   Northwestern University, 1952
   Fairweather Hardin Gallery, 1980
   On loan from Fairweather Hardin Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   Corbett vs. Dempsey Gallery

 

GROUP SHOWS (Juried and Invitational)
   The Art Institute of Chicago
   Birmingham Museum
   Boston Public Library
   Brooklyn Museum
   Carnegie Institute
   Cincinnati Art Museum
   Corcoran Gallery of Art
   Dallas Museum of Fine Arts
   John Herron Art Institute
   Howard University, Washington, D.C.
   Illinois State Normal University
   Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
   Los Angeles Museum of Art
   Metropolitan Museum
   Museum of Modern Art
   Olivet College
   Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, California
   Pennsylvania Academy
   Detroit Institute of Arts
   Philadelphia Museum of Art
   Philadelphia Print Club
   Princeton University
   Renaissance Society, Chicago, Illinois
   San Francisco Museum of Art
   St. Louis Museum
   Tweed Gallery, Duluth, Minnesota
   University of Chicago
   University of Illinois
   University of Minnesota
   University of Wisconsin
   Whitney Museum of American Art

 

 


FOREIGN EXHIBITIONS
   Cincinnati Museum of Art Traveling Exhibition to Paris and other cities
   American Institute of Graphic Arts, "Fifty American Prints,"
      sent to: England, France, and Switzerland
   Boston Public Library Exchange Exhibition to Italy
   Philadelphia Print Club Traveling Exhibition to Sweden
   Museum of Modern Art Traveling Exhibition to Sao Paulo, Brazil
   Tate Gallery of London, invited show from the Museum of Modern Art
   Boston Public Library Traveling Exhibition to Paris and Algiers
   Kraushaar Galleries Traveling Exhibition to South America
   Cincinnati Museum Traveling Exhibition to Paris and other French cities
Max Kahn, Eleanor Coen Kahn, with children Katie and Noah in Chicago Studio 1954