Art: Art, Aug. 22, 1932

House in Utopia

"No more architecture than a piano is music" was a model of a queer pearshaped house hung on a pole, exhibited in Manhattan for the first time last week. It was the latest development of Richard Buckminster Fuller's famed "dymaxion house" (from "dynamics" and "maximum service").

In Harlem's Savoy Dancehall for black men and women, a white man with a thinker's head and closecropped grey hair, last week spun his partner away, came walking toward her, flattened palms forward in the gesture of pushing as his shoulders twitched in the dance called...

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