The exhibit is called “Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the birth of American Television” and it’s a first of its kind. It’s truly a riveting exploration of how television in its formative years adopted modernism as a source of inspiration.
Research Professor and Chief Curator at the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Maurice Berger curated this eye-opening event.
“This exhibition is really about the early years of television and how young producers, writers, and network executives were in search of inspiration. I mean the medium had no models,” Berger told Miami CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo.