Architecture in Government Housing
9 June 1936
MUSEUM TO SHOW EXPOSITIOH PLANS; Architecture of Many Fairs on View as Contribution to One to Be Held Here, EXHIBITS DATE TO 1914 Models and Illustrations of PWA Housing Projects Are Also to Be Displayed.
By H. D
Two new exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art will open with private views today and to the public tomorrow. The first, which has been installed on the ground floor, consists of enlarged photographs and plans of modern exposition architecture -- assembled by the museum as a timely contribution to the current interest in plans for a World's Fair in New York in 1939.
New York Times • page 21 • 438 words
Modern Exposition Architecture
14 June 1936
By H. D
WITH the New York World's Fair ahead of us, the Museum of Modern Art has undertaken a preliminary service to the undertaking by putting on an exhibition of modern exposition architecture. Chiefly consisting of enlarged photographs of buildings and plans of sites, the show is interesting for the comparisons it permits and the partial perspective afforded over architectural developments in such enterprises during the last twenty years.
New York Times • page X8 • 279 words
Faces and Places in Brazil: Photographs by Genevieve Naylor
27 January 1943
By H. D
The Museum of Modern Art, supplementing its big architectural exhibition, "Brazil Builds," has installed in a narrow corridor gallery on the ground floor a show of about fifty photographs by Genevieve Naylor, entitled "Faces and Places in Brazil." This is excellent background material for the other show.
New York Times • page 26 • 163 words