Walt Kuhn is partly to thank (or blame) for the art-world pandemonium descending upon New York this week. In 1913 he was one of three organizers of the original Armory Show, a claim to fame that led to career as a successful modernist painter and art adviser. DC Moore’s “American Modern” show, with paintings of showgirls and circus performers culled from museums and private collections throughout the U.S., is Kuhn’s first in decades.
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