Arts & Theater

June 26, 2014 4:00 PM

Art review: 1950s style at Roseville gallery

A gleaming 1957 Nash Metropolitan sits at the center of “Mid-Century Madness” at the Blue Line Arts gallery in Roseville. The compact red-and-white auto is in primo condition and calls up memories of the 1950s when modernism came to American postwar suburbs.

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