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MoMA CELEBRATES 1913: GIORGIO DE CHIRICO’S THE ANXIOUS JOURNEY

MoMA Celebrates 1913: Giorgio de Chirico’s The Anxious Journey

MoMA’s celebration of the landmark year 1913 continues with the ninth in a series of videos highlighting important works from 1913 in the Museum’s collection.

Above, Anne Umland, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, speaks about Giorgio de Chirico’s The Anxious Journey.

Remember, these videos will be published throughout 2013 and are accessible on this blog and at MoMA.org/1913, so be sure check to back often for updates.

Comments

Giorgio de Chirico & I share the same 7/10 birthday.

I liked what U said abt his work.

In Carl Jung’s “Man and his Symbols”, “The Anxious Journey” is used as an example of a visual representation of the our first daunting contact with our own unconscious. Thanks for the video.

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