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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

Works from the Museum Collection

12 August to 21 September 1952

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MoMA Staff

Organizer
Dorothy C. Miller  American, 1904–2003

Artists

Joseph Stella
American, 1877–1946
41 exhibitions
Gino Severini
Italian, 1883–1966
25 exhibitions
Pablo Picasso
Spanish, 1881–1973
231 exhibitions
Juan Gris
Spanish, 1887–1927
77 exhibitions
Georgia O'Keeffe
American, 1887–1986
41 exhibitions
John Marin
American, 1870–1953
63 exhibitions
Louis Marcoussis
Polish, 1883–1941
22 exhibitions
Morris Graves
American, 1910–2001
33 exhibitions
Aleksandr Archipenko
American, 1887–1964
29 exhibitions
Niles Spencer
American, 1893–1952
25 exhibitions
Max Weber
American, born Russia. 1881–1961
47 exhibitions
Jacques Villon
French, 1875–1963
42 exhibitions
Jacques Lipchitz
American, born Lithuania. 1891–1973
60 exhibitions
Fernand Léger
French, 1881–1955
110 exhibitions
Henri Laurens
French, 1885–1954
24 exhibitions
Roger de La Fresnaye
French, 1885–1925
41 exhibitions
Edward Hopper
American, 1882–1967
61 exhibitions
Albert Gleizes
French, 1881–1953
16 exhibitions
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska
French, 1891–1915
16 exhibitions
Lyonel Feininger
American, 1871–1956
64 exhibitions
Jacob Epstein
British, born U.S.A. 1880–1959
31 exhibitions
Raymond Duchamp-Villon
French, 1876–1918
18 exhibitions
Marcel Duchamp
American, born France. 1887–1968
49 exhibitions
Charles Demuth
American, 1883–1935
51 exhibitions
Robert Delaunay
French, 1885–1941
48 exhibitions
Stuart Davis
American, 1892–1964
59 exhibitions
Georges Braque
French, 1882–1963
104 exhibitions
Umberto Boccioni
Italian, 1882–1916
42 exhibitions
Giacomo Balla
Italian, 1871–1958
26 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

3 August 1952

THE MODERNIST MOVEMENT IS DEAD'; Success and Conformity, Says Spender, Has Stripped It of Its Vital Spontaneity The Modernist Movement Is Dead'

By Stephen SPENDER

" IL faut etre absolument moderne," wrote Rimbaud; and this was the order of the day given by a general to an army of writers, artists and composers for perhaps fifty years. There were the poems of Apollinaire about a Paris of slums, bars, the Eiffel Tower and airplanes, and journeys to other cities.

New York Times • page BR1 • 1,646 words