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International Sculpture Competition: The Unknown Political Prisoner

27 January to 8 February 1953

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Carlus Dyer  American
Competition Judge
Competition Judge
Competition Judge
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Andrew Carnduff Ritchie  American, born Scotland, 1907–1978
Competition Judge


Theodore Roszak
American, born Poland. 1907–1981
12 exhibitions
Keith Monroe
2 exhibitions
Richard Lippold
American, 1915–2002
10 exhibitions
Gabriel Kohn
American, 1910–1975
8 exhibitions
J. Wallace Kelly
2 exhibitions
Naum Gabo
American, born Russia. 1890–1977
28 exhibitions
Herbert Ferber
American, 1906–1991
17 exhibitions
Rhys Caparn
1 exhibition
Wharton Esherick
American, 1887–1970
3 exhibitions
Alexander Calder
American, 1898–1976
77 exhibitions
Calvin Albert
2 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition


26 January 1953

ABSTRACT ARTISTS TO HOLD 17TH SHOW; Paintings on View This Week at Equity -- Group Displays Also Work by Gallatin

Art exhibitions, both group and one-man shows, continue to supply the New York gallery goer with a wide variety of attractions. Among other events this week, the American Abstract Artists will hold their seventeenth annual exhibition, this time at Artists Equity, 13 East Sixty-seventh Street, and the organization is putting on simultaneously a memorial exhibition of paintings by A. E. Gallatin, who was closely identified with the group.

New York Times • page 17 • 465 words