Art: The Leibovitz Twins

In Philadelphia the only commercial gallery which tries to sell top-notch art is Carlen's, run by a crusading Indianan, Robert Carlen. Last week Carlen's opened a show of 50 works which, to a visitor not in on the secret, might have looked like the one-man show of a promising, well-trained youth, at home in a lot of media: oil, water color, gouache, lithography, etching, drawing. Actually, Carlen's exhibit was the work of two artists. They were identical twins: small, redheaded Freda & Ida Leibovitz, 22.

Harry Leibovitz went to Philadelphia from Russia in 1904,...

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