Art: Successful Swedes

There are no big slums in Stockholm. And there are no flies on Manhattan's Museum of Modern Art—a reputation it once again proved last week by putting on in Manhattan one of its traveling shows, Stockholm Builds: 101 careful camera studies by Architect G. E. Kidder Smith. Stockholm's houses (over 30% of them built in the last ten years) and public buildings are the world's models—famed for intelligent modern architecture, well-planned integration, neat, modest lines. The Swedes have no great architects, no great planners: their success is the community's.

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