From the Archive
In 1964, the Rolf Nelson Gallery relocated to a larger space, and held shows by Judy Chicago (then known as Judy Gerowitz), Lloyd Hamrol, Jess, Irving Petlin, Robert Indiana, and Iain Baxter. Chicago had her first one-person show with Nelson in 1965. For her exhibition in 1966, she showed a series of wooden geometric sculptures, including Sunset Squares. She then participated in the influential Primary Structures exhibition that helped define Minimalism.