By the early 1970s, Fletcher Benton became frustrated with the limitations of both paint on canvas and kinetic sculpture, so in response he started creating three-dimensional sculptures composed of traditional bronze and steel.
With this exhibition, the museum returned to its modernist roots with a complete display of all works in the collection by four masters: Picasso, Braque, Léger, and Delaunay.
On October 28, 1972, the Albright-Knox hosted the opening concert in the ninth season of the Creative Associates group from SUNYAB (State University of New York at Buffalo).
Celebrating her unique spirit and unsparing vision, Rosalyn Drexler: Who Does She Think She Is? presents Drexler as both a sharp critic of and a joyful participant in American culture of the past 50 years.