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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

Posters

24 May to 17 September 1944

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Director
Monroe Wheeler  American, 1899–1988

Artists

Lester Beall
American, 1903–1969
9 exhibitions
John Atherton
American, 1900–1952
10 exhibitions
Sergei Senkin
Russian, 1894–1963
4 exhibitions
Gustav Klutsis
Latvian, 1895–1938
16 exhibitions
Herbert Bayer
American, born Austria. 1900–1985
32 exhibitions
Raúl Anguiano
Mexican, 1915–2006
10 exhibitions
Gene Walther
Swiss
1 exhibition
Niklaus Stoecklin
Swiss, 1896–1982
2 exhibitions
Ucher
1 exhibition
Jan Tschichold
Swiss, born Germany. 1902–1974
15 exhibitions
Herbert Tomlinson
British, born 1902
2 exhibitions
Ladislav Sutnar
American, born Bohemia (now Czech Republic). 1897–1976
3 exhibitions
Otto Soglow
American, 1900–1975
1 exhibition
Otis Shepard
American, 1894–1969
2 exhibitions
Ben Shahn
American, born Lithuania. 1898–1969
86 exhibitions
Rapier
British
1 exhibition
George Him
British, born Poland. 1900–1982
4 exhibitions
Xanti Schawinsky
American, born Switzerland. 1904–1979
7 exhibitions
Pablo O'Higgins
American, 1904–1983
4 exhibitions
Ben Nason
American, born 1915
2 exhibitions
Herbert Matter
American, born Switzerland. 1907–1984
22 exhibitions
Max Lutzbacher
Swiss
1 exhibition
El Lissitzky
Russian, 1890–1941
44 exhibitions
Jan Lewitt
British, born Poland. 1907–1991
5 exhibitions
Kukryniksy
Russian
4 exhibitions
Henry Koerner
American, 1915–1991
6 exhibitions
Pat Keely
British
1 exhibition
E. McKnight Kauffer
American, 1890–1954
18 exhibitions
Huller
Swiss
1 exhibition
Hanns Herkendell
German
1 exhibition
Abram Games
British, 1914–1996
8 exhibitions
Fougasse (Cyril Kenneth Bird)
British, 1887–1965
3 exhibitions
Thomas Eckersley
British, 1914–1997
2 exhibitions
A. M. Cassandre
French, 1901–1968
21 exhibitions
Jean Carlu
French, 1900–1997
10 exhibitions
Alois Carigiet
Swiss, 1902–1985
2 exhibitions
Alexey Brodovitch
American, born Russia. 1898–1971
9 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