Reliving the Show That ‘Dropped Like a Bomb’

New York Times
October 10, 2013
By Ken Johnson The International Exhibition of Modern Art, otherwise known as the Armory Show, woke American art from its provincial slumbers 100 years ago. Was it a good thing or a bad thing, and is there any reason to care about it now? With more than 100 works from the original exhibition and a big, richly illuminating catalog, “The Armory Show at 100: Modern Art and Revolution” at the New-York Historical Society offers an excellent opportunity to ponder such questions. Read more . . . Read more…
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