Art: Art in New York: may 8, 1964


NORRIS EMBRY—Elkon, 1063 Madison Ave. at 80th. Embry lifts the curtain on a drama in which shadows and echoes are the actors, and reality is as fleeting as a specter. With charred cinders for eyes, a face floats freely into space, tilting wanly as it rises, while tiny robed figures wander aimlessly in streams of nervous color. Embry affirms this disressing vision with a bold, negative gesture: he signs his works NO. Thirty small monotypes, mixed media and oils. Through May 16.

GRAHAM SUTHERLAND—Rosenberg, 20 East 79th. There is nothing pastoral about Sutherland's nature:...

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