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Alastair Macaulay reviews Nick Mauss' exhibition.


The most pressing reason to see “Transmissions,” Nick Mauss’s exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art, is its generous array of sculpture, photographs and dance designs, almost all from a place and time — New York, between 1930 and ’60 — when the city was becoming the center of modernism in the arts. But the juxtapositions show that “Transmissions” is a work of creative imagination as much as revelation. You go to sample it as history; you absorb it as poetry.


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