Daniel Robbins on Art

May 1975
New Republic;5/10/75, Vol. 172 Issue 19, p30
Presents information on various art exhibitions in the U.S. Details of the biennial exhibition held in the Whitney Museum in New York City, New York State; Purpose of the biennial exhibition; Various paintings of the 1950's displayed in the exhibitions; Exhibition of paintings of new artists in Corcoran biennial; Need to combine the idea of the Whitney biennial with that of the Corcoran.


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