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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

De Stijl

16 December 1952 to 15 February 1953

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MoMA Staff

Assistant Curator
Alfred H. Barr, Jr.  American, 1902–1981
Installer
Gerrit Rietveld  Dutch, 1888–1964
Organizer

Artists

Bart Van Der Leck
Dutch, 1876–1958
9 exhibitions
Cornelis van Eesteren
Dutch, 1897–1988
6 exhibitions
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
American, born Germany. 1886–1969
43 exhibitions
Alexander Girard
American, 1907–1993
12 exhibitions
Alphonse Balat
Belgian, 1818–1895
1 exhibition
Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart
Dutch, born Germany. 1899–1962
7 exhibitions
Georges Vantongerloo
Belgian, 1886–1965
13 exhibitions
Hugh Smallen, Jr.
1 exhibition
Gerrit Rietveld
Dutch, 1888–1964
15 exhibitions
Hans Richter
American, born Germany. 1888–1976
9 exhibitions
J. J. Pieter Oud
Dutch, 1890–1963
4 exhibitions
George Nelson
American, 1908–1986
14 exhibitions
Piet Mondrian
Dutch, 1872–1944
76 exhibitions
Leo Lionni
American, born Amsterdam. 1910–1999
12 exhibitions
George Krikorian
American, 1914–1977
2 exhibitions
Florence Knoll
American, born 1917
4 exhibitions
Frederick Kiesler
American, born Romania. 1890–1965
30 exhibitions
Vilmos Huszar
Dutch, born Hungary. 1884–1960
4 exhibitions
Max Huber
Italian, born Switzerland. 1919–1992
2 exhibitions
Victor Horta
4 exhibitions
Robert van't Hoff
Dutch, 1887–1979
2 exhibitions
Walter Gropius
German, 1883–1969
24 exhibitions
Jean Gorin
French, 1899–1981
2 exhibitions
Fritz Glarner
American, 1899–1972
16 exhibitions
A. van Eijck
1 exhibition
Gustav Eiffel
French, 1832–1923
2 exhibitions
Charles Eames
American, 1907–1978
25 exhibitions
Jan Duiker
Dutch, 1890–1935
1 exhibition
César Domela-Nieuwenhuis
Dutch, 1900–1992
5 exhibitions
Theo van Doesburg (Christian Emil Marie Küpper)
Dutch, 1883–1931
31 exhibitions
Congoleum Nairn
1 exhibition
Will Burtin
4 exhibitions
Bernard Bijvoet
Dutch, 1889–1979
1 exhibition
Dr. H. P. Berlage
1 exhibition
John Begg
Scottish, 1866–1937
1 exhibition
Josef Albers
American, born Germany. 1888–1976
39 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

28 December 1952

LIBRARY SCHEDULES EVENTS OF THE WEEK

The first recording of the ballet, "Cakewalk," which had its initial performance in 1951, will be played in its entirety on Wednesday in the noon-to-2 P. M. recorded concert at the New York Public Library, Fifth Avenue and Forty-second Street.

New York Times • page 39 • 193 words