Exhibitions: Too Good to Be True

In its entirety, Expo 67 (see MODERN LIVING) could be viewed as one long contemporary art gallery. Op, pop and avant-garde photography turn up in dozens of pavilions; the international sculpture garden displays the works of 50 contemporary sculptors. Britain is displaying a monumental Henry Moore; not far from the U.S. pavilion stands Alexander Calder's largest stabile, the 67-ft.-tall Man. But the exhibition that most deeply plumbs Expo's basic theme, "Man and His World," is the international fine arts exhibit, which spans 4,000 years of human creativity.

Housed in its own $3,000,000 air-conditioned building, the international exhibit stands just beside...

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