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New Arts Publication A Dream Come True

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Parent Issue
Day
26
Month
August
Year
1973
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Andy Warhol Paintings Are Hung For The University Of Michigan Museum Of Art's "Six Painters and the Object" Traveling Exhibition, October 1963 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Andy Warhol Paintings Are Hung For The University Of Michigan Museum Of Art's "Six Painters and the Object" Traveling Exhibition, October 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 11, 1963
Caption
'DICK TRACY' AND '200 SOUP CANS': Shown hanging two works by Andy Warhol are members of the staff of the U-M Museum of Art. These casein on canvas paintings and three other Liquitex on canvas paintings by Warhol are part of the "Six Artists and the Object" group from the Guggenheim Museum included in the U-M Museum's current "pop art" exhibition. It will run through Nov. 3.

Jean Tinguely's “Radio Drawing,” In The University Of Michigan Museum Of Art's "A New Realist Supplement" Exhibition, October 1963 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Jean Tinguely's “Radio Drawing,” In The University Of Michigan Museum Of Art's "A New Realist Supplement" Exhibition, October 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 11, 1963
Caption
'RADIO DRAWING, 1962': This "radio drawing" by Jean Tinguely, currently on exhibit at the U-M Museum of Art, combines visual and aural elements in a four-dimensional work of "pop art." The two FM radio receivers at top send a shifting pattern of words and sounds through the two speakers as they are tuned in repetitious random patterns by the large motor at the bottom. The smaller motor above the tuning motor powers a revolving green disc.

Exhibit Space at U-M Museum of Art, 1977 Photographer: RJ Godin

Exhibit Space at U-M Museum of Art, 1977 image