FIRST INTERNATIONAL GIRLIE EXHIBIT—Pace, 9 West 57th. Fun and games pop out on the walls, making the Mona Lisa look like a sedate frump and some of Toulouse-Lautrec's old haunts seem like a meeting of mah-jongg players. Ben Johnson's voluptuaries are in the pink, Mel Ramos trots out jungle queens in tiger-skin bikinis, Marjorie Strider shows paintings that project into the 36-Dimension, and Herb Hazelton delights in garish girdles from the Sears, Roebuck catalogue. Andy Warhol's Blue Girlie (9 ft. by 6 ft.) has a room all to herself, not out of modesty...

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