Ruckus Manhattan: Subway
Grooms, Red (American painter and sculptor, born 1937)
Grooms, Mimi Gross (American painter, born 1940)
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SubjectAmerican; Sculpture (visual work); Installations (visual works); 20th century; Ruckus Manhattan: Subway; Red Grooms; Mimi Gross Grooms
American, Sculpture (visual work), Installations (visual works), 20th century. Red Grooms and Mimi Gross Grooms with Ruckus Manhattan Construction Company. Ruckus Manhattan: Subway. Predominantly wood and vinyl “sculpto-pictorama” of a subway station and 37-foot-long subway car with spring-loaded floor. Various views (seven).
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