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americans 1963, moma

americans 1963, moma

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Published by ‎Museum of Modern Art (1963), 112 pages, paperback. 

"Americans 1963" was an exhibition of contemporary American art that was held at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City in 1963. The exhibition was curated by Dorothy C. Miller and featured works by a diverse group of artists, including Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, and Andy Warhol, among others.

The exhibition was notable for its focus on the work of young, emerging artists who were pushing the boundaries of traditional art-making practices and exploring new and unconventional materials and techniques. The works on display ranged from painting and sculpture to mixed media and performance art, and the exhibition was seen as a major survey of the diverse and rapidly-evolving art scene in the United States at the time.

"Americans 1963" was widely praised for its bold and innovative curatorial vision and for its inclusion of a diverse range of artists and artworks. It is considered an important exhibition in the history of American art and is remembered for introducing many important artists to a wider audience.

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