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MOMA Bridges an Artistic Divide

Maureen Corrigan comments on high art and pop culture in her review of the High and Low show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The exhibit sharply divided audiences. Corrigan says she was perversely pleased with everything she saw -- including the inclusion of advertisements, graffiti, and comic books.


Other segments from the episode on January 2, 1991

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, January 2, 1991: Interview with Kevin Brownlow; Commentary on zouk music; Interview with Richard Misrach; Review of the High and Low exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art.


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