This show brings together a series of works by Joseph Cornell (1903–1972) that were inspired by his admiration for the Spanish Cubist Juan Gris—especially the latter’s 1914 painting,The Man at the Café. Cornell felt a deep affinity for Gris that he described as “fraternal,” and that bond in on full display in this selection of 30 pieces that includes 18 of Cornell’s signature shadowboxes.
“Birds of a Feather: Joseph Cornell's Homage to Juan Gris”
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