26 July 2016

Barbara Rose reviews Judith Stein’s “Eye of the Sixties” in the New York Times

"I found myself in a footnote as one of 'two college girls who moved in to the apartment above the Hansa Gallery,'" writes Barbara Rose for the New York Times about Eye of the Sixties: Richard Bellamy and the Transformation of Modern Art by AICA-USA board member Judith E. Stein. "That obscure fact was right, and so was every other detail in the biography of this blithe spirit content to disappear into the shadows while shining a light on the leading experimental artists of his generation."

Eye of the Sixties was published this month by Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Kirkus Reviews calls it "an endearing and illuminating work of biography" and Publishers Weekly praises its "striking level of detail."

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