Picks and Pans Review: Summer Art Around the U.s.

UPDATED 07/17/1989 at 01:00 AM EDT Originally published 07/17/1989 at 01:00 AM EDT

>MAKING THEIR MARK: WOMEN ARTISTS MOVE INTO THE MAINSTREAM 1970-1985 At the Denver Art Museum (July 22-Sept. 10), the exhibition offers 150 works by 86 artists, among them Laurie Anderson, Cindy Sherman and Nancy Graves.

THE HENRY MOORE SCULPTURE GARDEN This permanent exhibition of 12 monumental sculptures by the late British master opened June 4 in Kansas City on a 17-acre park next to the Nelson-Atkins Museum.

ANDY WARHOL: A RETROSPECTIVE At the Art Institute of Chicago through Aug. 13 are 250 works by the late Popart king, among them silkscreens of Elvis and Mao.

HELEN FRANKENTHALER: A PAINTINGS RETROSPECTIVE This evocative show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City until Aug. 20 is the first retrospective since 1969 of the American abstract expressionist.

MARY CASSATT: THE COLOR PRINTS The first major display of prints by the American Impressionist is at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., until Aug. 27. It's an object lesson in graphic technique.

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