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I just saw a wonderful exhibit that's up at the NY Library of Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. It’s called “Invention: Merce Cunningham & Collaborators” and you can easily spend a couple hours wandering around among the beautiful photographs, posters, plans for dances, fabric samples, and encased costumes. To see the bulky cottons and woolens for Cunningham's dances in the 1940s (e.g. Root of an Unfocus) is to see the link between Cunningham and Graham. To see Robert Rauschenberg’s vast backdrop for Summerspace (1958) is to see the link between abstract art and pointillism.