Jean Arp, Morris Barazani, Hans Burkhardt, Joseph Csáky, Marcin Dudek, Serge Férat, Roger de la Fresnaye, Balcomb Greene, Juan Gris, Henri Hayden, Jean Hélion, Auguste Herbin, Tom John, Karl Knaths, Oleg Kudryashov, František Kupka, Marie Laurencin, Henri Laurens, Blanche Lazzell, Robert Marc, Jean Metzinger, Ismael Gonzalez de la Serna, Gino Severini, Edik Steinberg, Kenneth Stubbs, Leopold Survage, Lachlan Thom, Georges Valmier, Sophia Vari
Rosenberg & Co. | 19 East 66th Street
Cubist Perspectives explores the continuing legacy of one of the most influential movements in the history of art. Cubism, characterized by a fracturing of images into overlapping and intersecting surface planes, was and remains a revolutionary reassessment of pictorial conventions. The exhibition includes a selection of works spanning a century, from paintings drawings, and sculptures of Parisian Cubist pioneers such as Henri Laurens, Jean Metzinger, and Henri Hayden, to works of American artists of the mid-twentieth century like Blanche Lazzell, Karl Knaths, and Hans Burkhardt, and carrying forward to the contemporary art of today. Cubism remains both a foundation and an inspiration.
Tues - Sat 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM