Art: Contrast at Harvard

For some months an important architectural exhibition has been circulating among U. S. colleges. Under the auspices of The American Russian Institute and such distinguished U. S. architects as Frank Lloyd Wright, William Lescaze, Joseph Hudnut, the exhibition illustrates the immense field of Soviet architecture and city planning. Last week, in Robinson Hall of the Harvard Graduate School of Design, of which Joseph Hudnut is dean, the 47 panels of Soviet plans and photographs were standing a severe if mute criticism. Displayed in the centre of the hall were scale models of housing...

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