Art: Two Years' Architecture

A large pink Zeus for the pediment of the Philadelphia Museum smiled glassily down last week on the 50th Anniversary show of the New York Architectural League. It was a show that few serious art students could afford to miss. Two floors of the Grand Central Palace contained a fairly complete review of the past two years in architecture, not only of the U. S. but of Sweden, Mexico and Soviet Russia.

Protesting that "functionalistic" modern architecture was being excluded from the exhibition, Art Dealer Thomas Mabry and a number of architects...

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