Saul Steinberg’s The Americans, a colossal mural-collage over seventy meters long made for the U.S. pavilion at the 1958 Brussel’s World’s Fair, is being exhibited by the Museum Ludwig in its complete state for the first time since the Fair closed. The exhibition will also include a selection of related drawings from the 1950s and magazine features by the artist who always crossed the boundaries between high and low art.
Romanian-born Steinberg (1914–1999) studied architecture in Milan before emigrating to America in 1942.
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