Softly Spoken with Mama, History of a People Who Were Not Heroes, Part II

Valle Tetkowski, Olga
September 1998
Glass Quarterly;Fall98, Issue 72, p62
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the exhibition "History of a People Who were Not Heroes" at the Museum of Modern Art in New York from March 5 to May 26, 1998.


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