Art: Italo-Brazilicm

This year, egged on by Europe's war and talk of Pan-American solidarity, U. S. art galleries have plastered their walls with Latin-American art. But though an unprecedented quantity of pictures and sculpture from south of the Rio Grande is being exhibited from coast to coast, Latin-American art plays to a poor box office. The biggest Latin-American show, at the San Francisco World's Fair, has failed to draw. Even a bang-up Mexican show at Manhattan's Museum of Modern Art (TIME, May 27) has attracted the lowest attendance recorded so far in the Museum's swanky,...

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