1966
Environment 1 Launches Innovative New Exhibition Series

1966
Announcement for Environment 1

“The Architectural League of New York, which moved out of its rather seedy headquarters on East 40th Street late last year, and into smaller but more elegant headquarters in the American Federation of the Arts building…has stared a new series on ‘Environment’ exhibits in the AFA’s galleries unlike any that ever graced its old (or new) quarters before. The series got off to a rather slow start: ‘Environment 1’ appeared to be a random collection of artifacts (or, possibly, facts) randomly and somewhat depressingly displayed….There was a photelectric pinball machine by the Chilean sculptor Castro-Cid (which conked out) and there were other assorted goodies.” Architectural Forum, January/February 1967