Selected to complement Focus: Elizabeth Murray, this installation of prints relates to Murray’s signature depictions of everyday objects in an abstract style. These works straddle the line between representation and abstraction, revealing how ordinary objects often serve as a point of departure for an artists abstract vision, or, alternatively, how an artist’s abstract forms may subtly suggest recognizable elements. Examples range from the Cubist distortions of Pablo Picasso and Robert Delaunay to the formal reductions of Hans (Jean) Arp and Joan Miró. Also featured are prints by some of Murray’s peers, including Carroll Dunham.
Between Representation and Abstraction
MoMA October 19, 2005–January 9, 2006
- MoMA, Floor 2, Exhibition Galleries
Jean (Hans) ArpFrench, born Germany (Alsace). 1886–1966111 exhibitions, 76 works online
Louise BourgeoisAmerican, born France. 1911–201071 exhibitions, 3,039 works online
Willem de KooningAmerican, born the Netherlands. 1904–199776 exhibitions, 85 works online
Robert DelaunayFrench, 1885–194161 exhibitions, 14 works online
Jean DubuffetFrench, 1901–1985107 exhibitions, 745 works online
- There are 23 artists in this exhibition online.