Grad Seminar Shows 25 Modern Sculptures In Galleries of Fogg
Presenting "the artistic situation in sculpture," 15 graduate students of the Seminar in Museum Problems yesterday opened an exhibit of 25 twentieth century sculptors in the Fogg Museum.
The showing includes almost all schools of sculpture in vogue from the turn of the century to the present day. A mobile by Calder, a portrait of George Bernard Shaw by Jacob Epstein, and a humorous abstraction by Hans Arp are some of the pieces in the exhibit which will remain in the Museum until June 5.
Most of the works exhibited are not representative of sculpture being done today, according to members of the seminar, but many of the artists' have greatly influenced today's efforts.