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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

New York Private Collections

20 July to 12 September 1948

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MoMA Staff

Organizer
James Thrall Soby  American, 1906–1979

Artists

Juan Gris
Spanish, 1887–1927
77 exhibitions
Arthur Dove
American, 1880–1946
33 exhibitions
Elizabeth Sparhawk-Jones
American, 1885–1971
3 exhibitions
Philip Evergood
American, 1901–1973
11 exhibitions
Stuart Davis
American, 1892–1964
59 exhibitions
Paul Burlin
American, 1886–1969
7 exhibitions
Constantin Brancusi
French, born Romania. 1876–1957
64 exhibitions
Milton Avery
American, 1885–1965
23 exhibitions
Jean (Hans) Arp
French, born Germany (Alsace). 1886–1966
81 exhibitions
Loren MacIver
American, 1909–1998
23 exhibitions
Gaston Lachaise
American, born France. 1882–1935
51 exhibitions
William Baziotes
American, 1912–1963
15 exhibitions
Walter Stuempfig
American, 1914–1970
4 exhibitions
Yasuo Kuniyoshi
American, 1889–1953
47 exhibitions
Max Weber
American, born Russia. 1881–1961
47 exhibitions
John Tunnard
British, 1900–1971
4 exhibitions
Mark Tobey
American, 1890–1976
29 exhibitions
Rufino Tamayo
Mexican, 1899–1991
29 exhibitions
Theodoros Stamos
American, 1922–1997
10 exhibitions
Charles Sheeler
American, 1883–1965
85 exhibitions
Ben Shahn
American, born Lithuania. 1898–1969
86 exhibitions
Abraham Rattner
American, 1893–1978
5 exhibitions
John Piper
British, 1903–1992
8 exhibitions
Pablo Picasso
Spanish, 1881–1973
231 exhibitions
Charles Moore
American, 1931–2010
4 exhibitions
Piet Mondrian
Dutch, 1872–1944
76 exhibitions
Joan Miró
Spanish, 1893–1983
137 exhibitions
Paul Klee
German, born Switzerland. 1879–1940
132 exhibitions
Edward Hopper
American, 1882–1967
61 exhibitions
Marsden Hartley
American, 1877–1943
29 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

25 July 1948

PERSONAL CHOICES; Examples in Collections In a Summer Show

By Howard DEVREE

SELECTED examples from six private collections of contemporary art have been placed on view at the Museum of Modern Art. The paintings, sculpture and collages are not only indicative of the personal tastes of the collectors but also present, taken together, a miniature cross section of the modern movement.

New York Times • page X8 • 453 words