Art: People's Choice

Before the public was admitted to Pittsburgh's Carnegie International, generally considered the most important annual art show in the U. S., the jury went through the galleries and awarded the $1,500 first prize to Peter Blume's colorful surrealist design entitled South of Scranton. The award moved the U. S. Press to great bursts of sarcasm, but the Carnegie Institute directors bided their time (TIME, Oct. 29). Last week the show closed. All who visited it were given ballots and asked to vote for their favorite...

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