Art: Pacific Progress

To the amusement and edification of the San Francisco public, Conservatives and Modernists were at it again last week. An organization known as the "Progressive Group of California Painters & Sculptors" held an exhibition in the City of Paris department store, an exhibition which they loudly proclaimed had been rejected as "too extreme" by the imposingly colonnaded Palace of the Legion of Honor in Lincoln Park. Eastern critics were bewildered. No longer ago than October the Legion of Honor Palace gave California its first view of the work of Isamu Noguchi,...

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