Exhibitions: Picasso the Printmaker: Graphics from the Marina Picasso Collection

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    Picasso the Printmaker: Graphics from the Marina Picasso Collection

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    • ART PEOPLENovember 4, 1983 By Michael Brenson"I.B.M. Gallery and its plans. ''IT'S a good space,'' Thomas Armstrong, director of the Whitney Museum of American Art, said of the recently inaugurated I.B.M. Gallery of Science and Art, at 570 Madison Avenue, between 56th and 57th Streets. ''They certainly can do things well if they want to. It is a very well-intentioned situation. I don't see any..." (New York Times Fee Required)
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