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Art Object / England #487201

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 24, 1976
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(Studio) 1 Englishman poured blue dye over art work he didn't like.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(London, England) Tate Gallery museum puts 120 ordinary fire bricks on display as modern art, according to directions by American artist, Carl Andre. [WOMAN - says waste of money.] [2nd WOMAN - says has never seen anything so stupid.] [3rd WOMAN - doesn't see art or beauty in it.] [Director Tate Gallery, Sir Norman REID - says many would say bricks weren`t bargain at any price.] Museum extension to open in April. Bricks won't be used.
REPORTER: George Montgomery

Montgomery, George;
Newman, Edwin

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