Art: Machines to Live In

New York's Museum of Modern Art stepped a little beyond the business of showing pictures to people last week. It attacked a vital modern problem. Under the auspices of an imposing list of patrons, presented the largest and most complete showing of the works of modern architects working in what has come to be known as the International Style. Each of these men has made a contribution toward the serious housing problem of the U. S. A potent statement of the problem appeared in the February issue of FORTUNE.

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