EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR
Romare Bearden: The Prevalence of Ritual
25 March to 9 July 1971
New York Times Review of the exhibition
24 March 1971
By Grace GLUECK
This is the year of the black art show and, with a number of institutions around the country already having recognized that fact, could the Museum of Modern Art be far behind? Certainly not. By way of proof, it currently double-bills the ouevres of two well-known Afro-Americans, the New York painter-collagist Romare Bearden and the Chicago sculptor Richard Hunt. Both shows open tomorrow.
New York Times • page 50 • 602 words