Museum Show Takes On Art And Early TV

In a new exhibit, “Revolution of the Eye,” New York’s Jewish Museum and its curator, Maurice Berger, travel back to the birth of TV, delving into most every crevice for connections to the art world through more than 260 objects, artifacts and clips. There’s innovator Rod Serling, who clashed often with network executives over The Twilight Zone, Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson — aka Batman and Robin — debating the elitism of the avant-garde on Batman, and the iconic eye logo of CBS, inspired by the hex symbol on Shaker barns.