November 1980
New Yorker;11/24/1980, Vol. 56 Issue 40, p11
Various art events taking place in New York City during November of 1980 are listed. Included are paintings and steel sculptures on Hopi Indian themes by a German artist Horst Antes. New sculptures of Antoine Poncet will be presented. Oils and works on paper by Abraham Walkowitz. A brief description of each event is included. Information regarding the address and location of each event is included.


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