Plus by Minus: Today's Half Century
Sunday, March 3, 1968–Sunday, April 14, 1968
Plus by Minus: Today's Half Century was organized by Douglas MacAgy to accompany the second Buffalo Festival of the Arts Today. Featuring three hundred thirty-three works by ninety-two artists, it was the largest exhibition of nonobjective abstract art to date. The exhibition also contained a monographic survey of the pioneering Constructivist Naum Gabo (American, born Russia, 1890–1977), including over one hundred works.