Bildhauer, Maler und Architekt (1890-1977). 4 autograph letters signed. New York. 4to. 12 Seiten. Mit Beilagen.
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To Alexander Dorner (former curator and head of the Kestner Society, who was living then in Providence, Rhode Island), announcing a visit at Providence, sending a sculpture, asking for some thoughts on a newspaper project, reporting from an exhibition that had ended even now (“Nothing sold. - No money“, transl.), and on some articles for publication. Again and again, Gabo describes the difficulties of exile: "[...] Well, life still goes on, although a lot of things are different. One is pessimistic, and the future looks quite dark.