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1968 Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American Sculpture
Dec 17, 1968–Feb 9, 1969

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“Confronted with an exhibition of this sort—so eager to be up-to-date, yet so concerned to be ‘fair’ to a wide variety of esthetic creeds—one can do little more than point out its anthological character.” —The New York Times

“. . . even though its organizers have shifted the burden of the exhibition to focus on new developments in minimal, monumental, and outdoor sculpture, they are obliged to blunt the effect of this focus through the inclusion of many other kinds of sculpture which inevitably suffer by comparisons of scale and ambition.” —The New York Times


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