Ilonka in No Man's Land

To most people, art and everyday life are two different things. An exhibition at Manhattan's Architectural League last week showed how close they often are.

It was a wallpaper show, featuring the work of a 52-year-old artist and housewife named llonka Karasz (rhymes with Saharas). The show will spend a year on the road, in Cleveland, Philadelphia,

Grand Rapids, Andover, Mass, and Baltimore. Local decorators in each city will design new interiors to go with several of the wallpapers, and possibly local painters will be tempted to try their hands at an art...

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