Andre, Castoro, StriderApril 10–May 8, 1971 112 Greene Street/Workshop
Exhibition description excerpt from Brentano, R., & Savitt, M. (1981). 112 Workshop, 112 Greene Street: History, artists & artworks. New York: New York University Press:
CARL ANDRE exhibited a row of metal squares set on the floor and running from the front door straight toward the back of the room (for a distance of about 80′).
ROSEMARIE CASTORO exhibited two curved, free-standing screens made with textured gesso and graphite on masonite.
MARJORIE STRIDER installed two venetian blinds with bright plastic foam oozing in and out of them in the front windows. Elsewhere in the space, the foam appeared to come up from a hole in the floor, through a broken window in the rear, or out of a column.