Art: U.S. Architecture in Moscow

Russia's official style of architecture has long been stuck back in the Woolworth Building era. But the design of the U.S.S.R.'s hangar-like pavilion at the Brussels World's Fair, with its glass walls and trussed cantilevers, shows that Soviet architects are striving to catch up. If they want to take some tips from American building, they have an opportunity in a handsome, 82-panel photographic display of what is best and most typical in U.S. architecture today, on view this week at Moscow University. The first exhibit of U.S. building in the U.S.S.R. since World War II, it was sent by the American...

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