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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

National War Poster Competition

25 November 1942 to 3 January 1943

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MoMA Staff

Director
Director
Competition Judge
Stuart Davis  American, 1892–1964
Competition Judge
Competition Judge
Competition Judge
James Thrall Soby  American, 1906–1979
Competition Judge
Charles Coiner  Nationality unknown, 1898–1989
Competition Judge
John Taylor Arms  American, 1887–1953
Competition Judge
Monroe Wheeler  American, 1899–1988
Competition Judge
Frances Brennan  American, born 1921

Artists

Kenneth Whitley
1 exhibition
N. Schattenstein
1 exhibition
David K. Rubins
1 exhibition
Barbara Marks
1 exhibition
George Maas
1 exhibition
Virginia Legakes
1 exhibition
Otto Keisker
1 exhibition
E. B. Greenhaw
1 exhibition
Helen Gibbs
1 exhibition
Jospeh Gering
1 exhibition
Sgt. Jack Dumas
1 exhibition
Adolph E. Brotman
1 exhibition
Dick Bates
1 exhibition
Weimer Pursell
2 exhibitions
Erel Osborn
2 exhibitions
Constantino Nivola
American, 1911–1988
3 exhibitions
Ben Nason
American, born 1915
2 exhibitions
Johannes Larsen
Danish, born 1912
2 exhibitions
Henry Koerner
American, 1915–1991
6 exhibitions
Karl Koehler
American, born 1913
4 exhibitions
Seymour Fogel
American, 1911–1984
4 exhibitions
Joseph Binder
American, 1898–1972
5 exhibitions
Victor Ancona
American, 1912–1998
1 exhibition

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

25 November 1942

200 WAR POSTERS GO ON VIEW TODAY; Museum of Modern Art to Show Best Works of 2,000 Artists in National Competition 200 WAR POSTERS GO ON VIEW TODAY

Using paint brushes as weapons, 2,000 American artists have attacked the enemy in one of the country's largest war poster competitions. The 200 entries judged best by the jury of awards will go on public exhibition today at the Museum of Modern Art, 11 West Fifty-third Street. Nine $300 war bonds were given as prizes.

New York Times • page 25 • 765 words