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"The art critics! How do they serve the public? What do they say? How much do they know? Let's look at the record!", 1940

American Abstract Artists

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Title: "The art critics! How do they serve the public? What do they say? How much do they know? Let's look at the record!"

Date: 1940

Physical Details: 1 pamphlet ; 21 x 14 cm.

Description: Pamphlet produced by the Abstract American Artists for their 1940 annual exhibition in entitled "the Art Critics! How Do They Serve the Public? What Do They Say? How Much Do They Know? Let's Look at the Record!" The cover was designed by Ad Reinhardt.

Inscription (handwritten) on interior of front cover: Ad Reinhardt designed Typography also for Broadside April 1940.

Creator: American Abstract Artists

Forms part of: American Abstract Artists records, 1936-1983

Rights Statement: Current copyright status is undetermined

Citation: "The art critics! How do they serve the public? What do they say? How much do they know? Let's look at the record!", 1940. American Abstract Artists records, 1936-1983. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Digital ID: 18946