Here and There

Coates, Robert M.
December 1960
New Yorker;12/31/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 46, p45
The article features different art galleries in New York including the Asia House Gallery, ACA Galleries and Grand Central Moderns. There are 85 items in the collection of paintings found at Asia House Gallery including "Battle Scene" and "Krishna and Radha." David Burliuk's collection of paintings such as the "Head," "Dance," and "Ella" are being shown at ACA Galleries. At Grand Central Moderns, painter Robert Watts' collections including "Guadalcanal" and "Victory" are exhibited.


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