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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

Performance Video

12 August to 21 September 1982

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Artists

Trisha Brown
American, born 1936
2 exhibitions
William Wegman
American, born 1943
13 exhibitions
John Sturgeon
American, born 1946
9 exhibitions
Richard Serra
American, born 1939
23 exhibitions
Charlemagne Palestine
2 exhibitions
Eva Maier
1 exhibition
Joan Jonas
American, born 1936
14 exhibitions
Howard Fried
American, born 1946
4 exhibitions
Vera Frenkel
Canadian, born 1938
2 exhibitions
Terry Fox
American, 1943–2008
5 exhibitions
Shirley Clarke
American, 1919–1997
3 exhibitions
David Byrne
American, born 1952
2 exhibitions
Toni Basil
American, born 1943
1 exhibition
Laurie Anderson
American, born 1947
9 exhibitions
Max Almy
American, born 1948
4 exhibitions
Vito Acconci
American, born 1940
23 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

9 August 1982

HOW CULTURE IN THE SUBWAYS MAY LOOK

By Susan Heller ANDERSON

The Louvre station in the Paris Metro, with its glistening vitrines displaying reproductions from the museum's collections, is a constant source of delight to subway passengers. Clearly, it is a far cry from the dingy, monotony of the stations of the New York City subway. The Louvre stop has served as the inspiration for redesigning four subway stations serving New York's major cultural institutions. New Yorkers will be able to get a glimpse of what these culture station are going to look like when the designs are unveiled at the Urban Center, 457 Madison Avenue, at 50th Street, on Wednesday.

New York Times • Arts; Theater • page 13 • 1,168 words