- Author:William Lieberman
- Publisher:Museum of Modern Art; Illustrated edition edition (June 1, 1979)
- Pages:144 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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Release Date: November 1979. Publisher: Museum of Modern Art. Length: 144 Pages.
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William Slattery Lieberman (1924-2005), began his lengthy career at The Museum of Modern Art in 1943 as a. .In 1969, a Department of Prints and Illustrated Books was formed, while Drawings fell under the auspices of the Department of Painting and Sculpture.
William Slattery Lieberman (1924-2005), began his lengthy career at The Museum of Modern Art in 1943 as a volunteer in the Department of Exhibitions and Publications under the direction of Monroe Wheeler. He graduated from Swarthmore College (where his mentor was . Auden) in that same year. In 1971, a separate Department of Drawings was created, and Lieberman concentrated his energies solely on that department serving as its first director (1971-1979).
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Home Browse Books Book details, German Art of the Twentieth Century. German Art of the Twentieth Century. The exhibition accompanying this book, the first of its kind to be organized in America since Alfred H. Barr J. s pioneering one at the Museum of Modern Art in 1931, has been designed to present as comprehensive a showing of German twentieth-century art as our museum space will permit. It is a qualitative selection, nevertheless, and while all the major German artists of this century are represented, usually by two or more examples of their work, some quite reputable painters and sculptors had to be omitted.
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William Slattery Lieberman was born in Paris on Feb. 14, 1923, the son of Max Lieberman, a scholar of late . 14, 1923, the son of Max Lieberman, a scholar of late medieval church history, and his wife, the former Bertha Slattery. He was raised in Paris and New York, where he attended Townsend Harris, and went on to graduate with honors from Swarthmore College. At the Modern he organized more than 40 exhibitions, bowing out in 1979 with "Art of the Twenties," a comprehensive survey of painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, prints, posters, architecture and design that drew wide acclaim.