The swinging '60s revisitedIn 1969, New York's art scene was thriving. There was a real buzz about the modern art being created by the likes of Pollock and Warhol, as this retrospective exhibition reveals. Organized by the legendary Henry Geldzahler, the Met's centenary-celebrating show established NY as the art capital of the world. Today, those original pieces look every bit as stunning.
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