Hellman, Geoffrey T.
May 1960
New Yorker;5/7/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 12, p49
The article profiles René d'Harnoncourt as a champion director of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. D'Harnoncourt became an art adviser as well as a purchasing agent for various rich collectors like Alexander W. Wedell and Dwight W. Morrow. He also became a vice president of the Museum of Primitive Art, which was founded by a rich man named David Rockefeller in 1957. Information on the noble deeds of Harnoncourt were also offered.


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