Friday, May 27, 2016

Fwd: Rescuing Roosevelt Island’s Rare, Abstract WPA Murals



Hyperallergic
May 27, 2016
by Allison Meier
"When people hear the words 'WPA murals,' they envision the large and heroic figures they may have seen in post offices or other public buildings across America," said Stephanie Wiles, the director of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University. Read More →
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It's not always as easy as it seems. Read More →

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