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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

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24 May to 22 October 1944

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MoMA Staff

Director
Serge Chermayeff  British, born Russia, 1900–1996

Artists

Aino Aalto
Finnish, 1894–1949
4 exhibitions
Alvar Aalto
Finnish, 1898–1976
19 exhibitions
Berenice Abbott
American, 1898–1991
41 exhibitions
The Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co., New York, NY
American, est. 1901
8 exhibitions
Amos Molded Plastics
1 exhibition
Egmont Arens
American, 1888–1966
1 exhibition
Auburn Button Works
1 exhibition
Eric Bagge
1890–1978
1 exhibition
F.E. Baldauf
1 exhibition
Christian Barman
British, 1898–1980
1 exhibition
Barnes and Reinecke
Nationality unknown
5 exhibitions
Herbert Bayer
American, born Austria. 1900–1985
32 exhibitions
Bill de Witt Baits
1 exhibition
Peter Blake
British, born 1932
13 exhibitions
Antonio Bonet
Spanish, 1913–1989
5 exhibitions
Constantin Brancusi
French, born Romania. 1876–1957
64 exhibitions
Marcel Breuer
American, born Hungary. 1902–1981
30 exhibitions
L.D. Cahn Co.
2 exhibitions
W. Brooks Cavin Jr.
American, 1914–1969
2 exhibitions
The Celotex Corp.
1 exhibition
Dazey Mfg. Co.
3 exhibitions
Richard Delano
1 exhibition
Christian Dell
German, 1893–1974
3 exhibitions
Dillon-Beck Mfg. Co.
1 exhibition
W.A. Dobson
2 exhibitions
The Dow Chemical Company, USA
American, founded 1897
2 exhibitions
Henry Dreyfuss
American, 1904–1972
9 exhibitions
Duranol Products Co.
1 exhibition
E. Remington & Sons
1 exhibition
Ray Eames
American, 1912–1988
4 exhibitions
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, NY
American, established 1901
4 exhibitions
Ekco Products Co., Chicago, IL
American, est. 1888
10 exhibitions
Elmer E. Mills Corp.
1 exhibition
John C. Fagan
1 exhibition
Jorge Ferrari Hardoy
Argentine, 1914–1977
5 exhibitions
R. Buckminster Fuller
American, 1895–1983
12 exhibitions
General Electric Co.
2 exhibitions
Fred Gerstel
1 exhibition
Francis X. Gina
1 exhibition
The Gramophone Co.
1 exhibition
Georgianna Greene
1 exhibition
Grigoleit Co.
1 exhibition
D.L. Hadley
1 exhibition
J.A. Henckels, Solingen, Germany
est. 1731
5 exhibitions
Antonin Heythum
American 1901–1954
4 exhibitions
H.J. Hood
1 exhibition
Hood Rubber Co.
1 exhibition
A.B. Ireland
1 exhibition
Kadette Radio Co.
1 exhibition
T. W. Kennedy
1911–2000
1 exhibition
Morris Ketchum
4 exhibitions
Kimble Glass Co.
1 exhibition
Kirkhill Inc.
1 exhibition
Ferdinand Kramer
1 exhibition
Lauterbach
1 exhibition
Le Corbusier (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret)
French, born Switzerland. 1887–1965
45 exhibitions
George Nelson
American, 1908–1986
14 exhibitions
Charles Niedringhaus
1 exhibition
William O'Neil
1 exhibition
Charles F. Orvis Co.
2 exhibitions
Philco Corporation
2 exhibitions
Davis J. Pratt
American, 1917–1987
6 exhibitions
Proctor Electric Co.
1 exhibition
Ralph Rapson
American, 1914–2008
3 exhibitions
Remington Rand, Inc.
1 exhibition
Nolan Rhoades
1 exhibition
John G. Rideout
American, 1898–1951
1 exhibition
Rohm & Haas Co.
American, founded 1909
3 exhibitions
David B. Rummells
1 exhibition
Eero Saarinen
American, born Finland. 1910–1961
21 exhibitions
George Sakier
2 exhibitions
Charles E. Sando
1 exhibition
Irene Schawinsky
1 exhibition
Peter Schlumbohm
American, born Germany. 1896–1962
5 exhibitions
Sears Roebuck and Company
USA, est. 1893
1 exhibition
Sefton Fibre Can Co.
1 exhibition
Raphael S. Soriano
American, 1907–1988
3 exhibitions
Stenotype Co.
1 exhibition
Rex A. Stevens
American
5 exhibitions
Ezra Stoller
American, 1915–2004
7 exhibitions
Superior Type Co.
1 exhibition
Sutherland Paper Co.
1 exhibition
George Switzer
1 exhibition
Walter Dorwin Teague
American, 1883–1960
8 exhibitions
Arnold Wasson-Tucker
1 exhibition
Susanne Wasson-Tucker
7 exhibitions
Russel Wright
American, 1904–1976
13 exhibitions
Eva Zeisel
American, born Hungary. 1906–2011
6 exhibitions
Bell Telephone Laboratories
American
2 exhibitions
Celluplastic Corp.
1 exhibition
Serge Chermayeff
British, born Russia, 1900–1996
8 exhibitions
Calvert Coggeshall
American, 1907–1990
2 exhibitions
Isaac I. Cole
American
1 exhibition
Columbian Rope Co.
1 exhibition
Coors Porcelain Co., Golden, CO
American, est. 1910
9 exhibitions
Corning Glass Works
American, est. 1851
15 exhibitions
Corona Typewriter Company, Inc., Groton, NY
established 1906
1 exhibition
Charles Eames
American, 1907–1978
25 exhibitions
Fostoria Glass Co.
6 exhibitions
Vahan Hagopian
1 exhibition
Lamson & Goodnow, Shellberg Falls, MA
American, established 1837
1 exhibition
Montgomery Ward
1 exhibition
Pablo Picasso
Spanish, 1881–1973
231 exhibitions
Lawrence E. Roberts
1 exhibition
TelAutograph Corp.
1 exhibition
Henry Clemens van de Velde
Belgian, 1863–1957
5 exhibitions
Kurt Versen
American, born 1901
6 exhibitions
Vidal Research Corp.
1 exhibition
David Aldrich
1 exhibition
Crane Co.
3 exhibitions
Hobart Mfg.
1 exhibition
Kurz Kasch, Inc.
1 exhibition
Oliver Lundquist
2 exhibitions
Maynard Lyndon
5 exhibitions
Thonet Brothers
Austrian
5 exhibitions
Trace And Warner
American
2 exhibitions
Vischer Products Co.
2 exhibitions
Glenn C. Wilhide
1 exhibition
Zenith Radio Corporation, Chicago, IL
established 1923
2 exhibitions
Bakelite Corporation
1 exhibition
Wells Coates
2 exhibitions
Lurelle Guild
American, 1898–1986
5 exhibitions
Georges Levard
1 exhibition
Theodore Luderowski
1 exhibition
Masonite Corp.
1 exhibition
Bruno Mathsson
Swedish, 1907–1988
4 exhibitions
McDonnell Aircraft Corp., St. Louis, MO
American, founded 1939
1 exhibition
Mica Insulator Co.
1 exhibition
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
American, born Germany. 1886–1969
43 exhibitions
William H. Miller, Jr.
American
1 exhibition
Joan Miró
Spanish, 1893–1983
137 exhibitions
I. M. Pei
born 1917
5 exhibitions
Jens Risom
American, born Denmark 1916
4 exhibitions
Seymour Smith
1 exhibition
Alfred Vischer, Jr.
2 exhibitions
Jack Waldheim
died 2002
1 exhibition
E. H. Duhart
3 exhibitions
Harris McKinney
1 exhibition
Piet Mondrian
Dutch, 1872–1944
76 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

24 May 1944

ART IN PROGRESS' PREVIEWED HERE; Museum of Modern Art Offers its 15th Anniversary Show -- To Run Through Summer

By Edward Alden JEWELL

With a preview for members and their guests, the Museum of Modern Art, 11 West Fifty-third Street, last night opened its fifteenth anniversary exhibition, called "Art in Progress." The exhibition, filling all of the galleries, opens to the public today and will run through the summer.

New York Times • page 15 • 754 words