Art: Nuggets

Prospectors among the eucalyptus and olive groves of San Francisco's flowering little World's Fair last week struck gold at three points. All three were ambitious installation jobs; none had been completed for the opening, fortnight ago.

Renaissance. Safe from fire or quake in one of the fairground's two permanent hangar buildings was the biggest, choicest exhibition of art ever shown in California. To select its gallery of contemporary paintings and sculpture, meditative Roland McKinney, onetime director of the Baltimore Museum, had traveled 30,000 miles and peered carefully at the handiwork of 350 U....

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