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Art and Politics / Brooklyn Exhibit #188493

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 26, 1999
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Brooklyn, New York: Jim Sciutto) The controversial art exhibit called "Sensation" that is opening at the Brooklyn Museum or Art examined; exhibits shown. [New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI - calls the art sick.] [Curator Charlotta KOTIK - says the people should decide.] ["Newsweek" art critic Peter PLAGENS - says there will be curiosity seekers.] The politics of the mayor's actions and the possible legal consequences of his halting of museum funds outlined. [New York ACLU executive director Norman SIEGEL - criticizes Giuliani.]

Sciutto, Jim;
Simpson, Carole

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