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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

1950: 32 exhibitions

Pablo Picasso, Charles Eames, Elsa Schmid and Fernand Léger were exhibited most in 1950.

Photo of the exhibition Percival Goodman War Memorial Model

17 January to 22 February 1950

Peter Blake, Percival Goodman and Ada Louise Huxtable were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Photographs of Picasso by Gjon Mili and by Robert Capa

24 January to 19 March 1950

Edward Steichen, Gjon Mili and Robert Capa were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Picasso, The Sculptor's Studio

24 January to 19 March 1950

Pablo Picasso and Dorothy Lytle were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Recent Acquisitions

31 January to 7 May 1950

Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Paul Klee and Fernand Léger, among others, were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Mies van der Rohe

28 February to 16 May 1950

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was involved.

Photo of the exhibition Charles Demuth

7 March to 11 June 1950

Charles Demuth and Andrew Carnduff Ritchie were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Franklin Watkins

21 March to 11 June 1950

Andrew Carnduff Ritchie and Franklin Chenault Watkins were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Recent Acquisitions

28 March to 7 May 1950

Pablo Picasso, Georges Rouault, Ben Shahn and Giorgio de Chirico, among others, were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Photography Recent Acquisitions: Stieglitz, Atget

28 March to 7 May 1950

Alfred Stieglitz and Eugène Atget were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Collages and Constructions by Children

4 April to 28 May 1950

Photo of the exhibition New Talent Exhibition in the Penthouse: Drumlevitch, King, Parker

28 April to 7 June 1950

Andrew Carnduff Ritchie, William D. King, Raymond Parker and Seymour Drumlevitch were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Color Photography

9 May to 4 July 1950

Edward Steichen, Charles Sheeler, Edward Weston and Walker Evans, among others, were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Prize Designs for Modern Furniture

16 May to 16 July 1950

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Marcel Breuer, Charles Eames and René d'Harnoncourt, among others, were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Exhibition House by Gregory Ain

17 May to 29 October 1950

Gregory Ain and Martin Freeman were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Posters from the Bernard Davis Collection

24 May to 25 July 1950

Man Ray, André Masson, Herbert Matter and A. M. Cassandre, among others, were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Creative Work by Parents and Young Children

6 June to 4 July 1950

Photo of the exhibition Edvard Munch

30 June to 12 August 1950

Edvard Munch was involved.

Art Work from Classes for Children and Young People

11 July to 1 October 1950

Photo of the exhibition Three Modern Styles

11 July to 5 September 1950

Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Fernand Léger and Georges Braque, among others, were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Recent Acquisitions

25 July to 5 November 1950

Pablo Picasso, Paul Klee, Fernand Léger and Giorgio de Chirico, among others, were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Photographs by 51 Photographers

1 August to 17 September 1950

Harry Callahan, Irving Penn, Robert Frank and Aaron Siskind, among others, were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Carvers-Modelers-Welders: A Selection of Recent American Sculpture

1 August to 10 September 1950

David Smith, Mary Callery, Theodore Roszak and David Hare, among others, were involved.

Painting and Sculpture from the Museum Collection

29 August to 15 October 1950

Pablo Picasso, Max Ernst, Georges Rouault and Ben Shahn, among others, were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Recent Acquisitions: British Color Lithographs

12 September 1950 to 1 January 1951

William S. Lieberman, Henry Moore, Graham Sutherland and John Piper, among others, were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Photographs by Lewis Carroll

26 September to 3 December 1950

Edward Steichen and Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Architectural Work by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

26 September to 5 November 1950

Skidmore Owings & Merrill was involved.

Matthew Nowicki 1910–1950

26 September to 22 October 1950

Philip Johnson, Stein Clarence, Albert Mayer and William Henley Deitrick, among others, were involved.

Orientation in the Arts for Adults

11 October to 19 November 1950

Photo of the exhibition Chaim Soutine

31 October 1950 to 7 January 1951

Chaim Soutine and Monroe Wheeler were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Good Design

21 November 1950 to 28 January 1951

Charles Eames, Eero Saarinen, Alvar Aalto and Edward Durell Stone, among others, were involved.

Photo of the exhibition New Talent Exhibition in the Penthouse: Bunce, Johnston, and Mundt

28 November 1950 to 14 January 1951

Ynez Johnston, Louis Bunce and Ernest Mundt were involved.

Photo of the exhibition Children's Holiday Carnival of Modern Art

5 December 1950 to 7 January 1951

Jackson Pollock, William Zorach, Roberto Matta and Victor D'Amico, among others, were involved.

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