CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 28, 1980
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(Studio) Closing of exhibit of Pablo Picasso artwork in New York City announced.
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(NYC) New York Museum of Modern Art's exhibit of Picasso works described. [Museum director Richard OLDENBURG - talks about impact of exhibit.] Film of Picasso shown courtesy Rizzoli films. [Exhibition co-dir. William RUBIN - says Picasso's work needed this kind of show.] [New York Univ. Prof. Robert ROSENBLUM - expects exhibition to have an effect on many young artists.]
REPORTER: Steve Kroft
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