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Thirty-Third Annual Exhibition for Artists of Fort Worth and Tarrant County

Fort Worth Art Center Museum

Some must sidle abjectly and anonymously into any competitive exhibition out of respect for Arp, R. D. Laing, Dick Higgins, La Jolla ’63 and now, it seems, Richmond ’70, at the very least; and competitive exhibitions with prizes, reference Bob Hope on the Oscars, that they are dedicated to the proposition that jealousy and envy shall not perish from the earth. The Thirty-Third Annual in Fort Worth allows ample placation if not outright justification. It is presented in not merely a handsome installation, but one handled with the perception and ingenuity necessary to treat each of one hundred and twenty-four quite individual works in as advantageous placement as is given in the limited space available.

The Director of the Fort Worth Art Center Museum, Henry T. Hopkins, states in the catalog that among the seven hundred entries submitted were works from artists in Dallas and other counties

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