Exhibitions: Harlem Experiment

TRICKY TOM IS AT IT AGAIN read one of the placards waved by 40 or so pickets in front of Manhattan's Metropolitan Museum last week. They were protesting Director Thomas P. F. Hoving's choice of material for "Harlem On My Mind," an exhibition devoted to "the cultural capital of Black America, 1900-1968." The show contained no paintings by black artists — or, for that matter, by white artists. Organized by Allon Schoener, Visual Arts Di rector of the N. Y. State Council on the Arts and a white man, with Negro Audio...

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