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The future we were promised.
March 31, 2003 12:42 PM   Subscribe

An exhibit of the art of Radebaugh and what the future looked like from the 50's. "The post-World War II optimism that pervaded the nation extended to the not-too-distant future, with its promise of spaceship-traveled skyways whirring in a utopia of streamlined cityscapes. Now, the works of A.C. Radebaugh -- a top illustrator of the day whose works helped define that future-vision -- are being shown in a retrospective at a quirky art gallery obsessed with Americana of the mid-20th century."
posted by KevinSkomsvold (1 comment total)


However, because of madamjujujive's post, I went to Lost Highways a couple weeks ago, and it was fantabulous. We had a blast. If you're in or near Philly, I recommend it.
posted by eilatan at 12:46 PM on March 31, 2003

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