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During its national tour, Revolution of the Eye received extensive press, including essays, articles and reviews in over 200 national and local newspapers, magazines, journals, and online publications. Here is a small selection of coverage:

 

WATCH: curator Maurice Berger’s exhibition tour with Lisa Petrillo, CBS-4 Miami

READ: “Early TV Set Designs Were Even Groovier Than Mad Men’s, Wired

READ: “Revolution of the Eye Examines Art’s Influence on Early TV,” New York Times

READ: Review of Revolution of the Eye in The Wall Street Journal

READ: “The Early Days Of Television Were Way More Avant-Garde Than You Give Them Credit For,” Huffington Post

READ: “UMBC’s Revolution Reminds us that Small Screen had Big Visual Ideas,” Baltimore Sun

LISTEN: Curator Maurice Berger with Tom Hall on WYPR’s Maryland Morning

WATCH: News Coverage, WNET Arts, PBS

READ: Review of the Revolution of the Eye companion book in Panorama: Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art

READ: Associated Press story on Revolution of the Eye in US News and World Report

READ: Interview with curator Maurice Berger on the Yale University Press Blog

READ: “Jewish Museum in New York Celebrates Unsung Art of Television,” Toronto Star

READ: Review of Revolution of the Eye in the Financial Times

READ: Interview with curator Maurice Berger in Apollo

READ: “After 64 Years, the ‘Eye’ Still Resonates,” CBS News

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