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Gilbert & George, exhibited 1984, were among the greatest hits of the Linda Cathcart years. The artists’ "Young," 1983. Private collection, Houston.
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Cindy Sherman made her museum debut at CAMH, 1980, with staged portraits such as "Untitled Film Still (Hitchhiker)," 1979. Private collection, Houston.
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Femmes friendly: Barbara Kruger soloed at the museum, 1985. Courtesy CAMH.
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Where it all began: MacKie and Kamrath A-frame, 302 Dallas, unveiling November 13, 1949. Courtesy CAMH.
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Model museum: Gunnar Birkerts’ design for the future CAMH, grand opening March 18, 1972. Courtesy CAMH.
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Dorothy Hood got her due in “Recent Paintings,” 1970. Courtesy CAMH.
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Frank Gehry came to CAMH for his epic exhibition, 1987. Courtesy CAMH
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Houston artist Jim Love also wore a curatorial hat; shown. "The Bear as Heffalump," 1972, from his first museum show the following year. Private collection, Houston.
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Robert Rauschenberg’s "Barge," 1962-1963, a 32-foot-long “Combine” painting, graced the A-frame, 1965. Courtesy CAMH.
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