A Chinese Puzzle

Berenson, Ruth
February 1978
National Review;2/3/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p139
The article comments on the exhibition of Chinese peasant art at the Brooklyn Museum's fifth floor galleries in New York City. The peasant artists painted in their spare time when there was no work in the fields showing the brilliant colors of their folk art which antedates to the Revolution. The exhibition traveled to San Francisco's Chinese Cultural Center to the Chicago Art Institute, to Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles and to Houston's Contemporary Arts Institute.


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