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Made in India

8 November 1985 to 21 January 1986

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Peter Alexander
American, born 1939
4 exhibitions
Lynda Benglis
American, born 1941
8 exhibitions
Francesco Clemente
Italian, born 1952
16 exhibitions
Brad Davis
American, born 1942
4 exhibitions
Dan Friedman
American, born 1945
1 exhibition
Howard Hodgkin
British, born 1932
10 exhibitions
Jon Kessler
American, born 1957
3 exhibitions
Robert Kushner
American, born 1949
12 exhibitions
Roy Lichtenstein
American, 1923–1997
57 exhibitions
Kim MacConnel
American, born 1946
4 exhibitions
Robert Morris
American, born 1931
36 exhibitions
Matt Mullican
American, born 1951
3 exhibitions
Luigi Ontani
1 exhibition
Howardena Pindell
American, born 1943
19 exhibitions
Robert Rauschenberg
American, 1925–2008
87 exhibitions
Alan Saret
American, born 1944
7 exhibitions
Alan Shields
9 exhibitions
Richard Smith
British, born 1931
8 exhibitions
Keith Sonnier
American, born 1941
11 exhibitions
Frank Stella
American, born 1936
50 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition


8 November 1985


By Leslie Bennetts

Friday MUSIC ACROSS THE CHANNEL A program that ranges from 17th-century Scottish harp music to contemporary French folk music is this weekend's offering from the World Music Institute, which is presenting a concert tonight as part of its Music From Britain, Ireland and France series. Martin Carthy, the British folk guitarist and singer, is teamed with John Kirkpatrick on concertinas; the duo have been noted for their work with Steeleye Span, the Albion Country Band and Brass Monkey. Robin Williamson, an Edinburgh-born harpist and founder of the Incredible String Band, will perform the Scottish harp music on this program. Also on the agenda is Gabriel Yacoub, a French guitarist and singer and founder of the group Malicorne. Mr. Yacoub will be performing original and traditional French folk music. The concert begins at 8 P.M. in the Triplex Theater at 199 Chambers Street. Tickets are $10 and $12. Information: 618-1980.

New York Times • Arts • page 1 • 1,218 words