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Events from the year 1967 in art.
- May 14 – Dedication of Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral in England, designed by Frederick Gibberd, with stained glass by John Piper, Patrick Reyntiens and Margaret Traherne and a bronze crucifix by Elisabeth Frink.
- September 25 – Gilbert and George first meet while studying sculpture at St Martins School of Art in London.
- December 17 – 1967 Basel Picasso paintings purchase referendum: The people of Basel (Switzerland) vote to purchase two paintings by Picasso to retain them in the Kunstmuseum Basel.
- John Willett publishes Art in a City, a pioneering sociological study of art in a single city, Liverpool.
- Foundation of the Project Arts Centre, Dublin.
- The Maruki Gallery for the Hiroshima Panels is established in Higashimatsuyama, Saitama, Japan, as a permanent home for The Hiroshima Panels.
- February 28–May 7 – New Documents photography exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York curated by John Szarkowski and featuring the work of Diane Arbus, Lee Friedlander and Garry Winogrand.
- September–October – Im Spazio ("The Space of Thoughts") at the Galleria La Bertesca, Genoa, Italy, curated by Germano Celant and introducing Arte Povera.
See also: Category:1967 sculptures
- Diane Arbus – Identical Twins, Roselle, New Jersey, 1967 (photograph)
- Francis Bacon – Portrait of Isabel Rawsthorne Standing in a Street in Soho
- Sargis Baghdasaryan – We Are Our Mountains (sculpture)
- Max Bill – Rhythm in Space (sculpture)
- Peter Blake with Jann Haworth – Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (collage for record album cover)
- Salvador Dalí – Tuna Fishing
- Edward Delaney – Wolfe Tone (bronze statue)
- Jose de Rivera – Infinity (sculpture)
- Dušan Džamonja – Monument to the Revolution of the people of Moslavina
- Milton Glaser – Dylan (poster)
- Barbara Hepworth – Two Forms (Orkney) (slate sculpture)
- Eila Hiltunen – Sibelius Monument (Helsinki)
- David Hockney – A Bigger Splash
- Richard Long – A Line Made by Walking (land art)
- Timothy Malone – Corten Steel Sculpture
- Joan Miró – The Caress of a Bird (sculpture)
- Henry Moore – sculptures
- Barnett Newman – Voice of Fire
- Isamu Noguchi – Sinai (sculpture)
- Pablo Picasso – Chicago Picasso (sculpture)
- Michelangelo Pistoletto – Muretto di straci ("Rag Wall", assemblage)
- Faith Ringgold – The Flag is Bleeding (The American People Series #18)
- Norman Rockwell – Russian Schoolroom
- Kenneth Snelson – Six Number Two (sculpture)
- Mark di Suvero – Are Years What? (for Marianne Moore) (sculpture)
- Yevgeny Vuchetich – The Motherland Calls (sculpture)
- Andy Warhol
- James Wines – Three Bronze Discs (sculpture)
- David Wynne – Bird Fountains (Ambassador College, Pasadena, California)
- January 1 – Spencer Tunick, American photographer
- March 4 – Sam Taylor-Johnson, born Samantha Taylor-Wood, English-born film director, photographer and visual artist
- March 10 – Tim Pitsiulak, Inuk artist
- December 15 – David Černý, sculptor associated with Prague
- date unknown
- January 8 – Josef Frank, Austrian-born Swedish architect and designer (born 1885)
- January 10 – Charles E. Burchfield, American landscape watercolorist (born 1893)
- January 15 – David Burliuk, Russian avant-garde artists (born 1882)
- January 28 – Ary Stillman, Russian-American representational and abstract painter (born 1891)
- January 31 – Oscar Fischinger, German born American animator, filmmaker and painter (born 1900)
- February 17 – Nancy Cox-McCormack, American portrait sculptor (born 1885)
- March 31 – Jefto Perić, Serbian painter (born 1895)
- May 15 – Jessie Traill, Australian printmaker (born 1881)
- May 27 – Johannes Itten, Swiss painter (born 1888)
- August 15 – René Magritte, Belgian surrealist painter (born 1898)
- August 30 – Ad Reinhardt, Anerican abstract paiinter (born 1913)
- September 20 – Zinaida Serebriakova, Russian-born French painter (born 1884)
- November 21 – Vladimir Lebedev, Russian painter and graphic artist (born 1891)
- November 22 – Pavel Korin, Russian painter (born 1892)
- December 12 – Mac Raboy, American illustrator (born 1914)
- December 26 – Ambrose McCarthy Patterson, Australian painter and printmaker (born 1877)
- date unknown
- London: Methuen.
- Valentine, Victoria L. (2021-10-24). "National Gallery of Art Acquires Faith Ringgold's 'Flag is Bleeding' Painting: May Be Museum's 'Most Important Purchase of a Single Work of Contemporary Art' Since 1976". Culture Type. Retrieved 2021-10-25.
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