The Armory Show at 50 (1913-1963)
The button in the picture was designed by Arthur B. Davis, and it was worn by members of the Association of American Painters and Sculptors, who staged the 1913 Armory Show.
Also in 1963, The Whitney Museum presented an Exhibition (February 27 - April 14) called "The Decade of the Armory Show: New Directions in American Art, 1910 - 1920" to give a survey of the advanced art at that time in the United States. "Without trying to demostrate anything as neat as "before and after," the exhibition will try to picture in broad terms the growth of modernism in the United States during the decade of which the Armory Show was the chief event--the heroic years of American modern art." Lloyd Goodrich, Director of the Whitney Museum of Art in New York, 1963
Art in America Magazine/Number One, 1963 published its
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