Cube.ISM : Cubism, Post-Cubism and its artistic admirers
November 1-30, 2020

Cubism is an avant-garde art movement that revolutionized European painting and sculpture. In Cube·ISH : Cubism, Post-Cubism and its artistic admirers, David Smernoff presents select Cubist, Post-Cubist and Cubist-influenced art from the early 20th-century.

 

WORKS IN THIS SHOW:

Horacio Bustos [1939- ] Argentine surrealist “Meat machine”, 1979.Horacio Bustos [1939- ] Argentine surrealist “Meat Machine”, 1979
Bonnie Whittingham [1921 - 1997] :Resting clown, ca.1940’s.
Juan Gris [1887-1927] Spanish / French artist : The cubist head, 1916.
[unattributed] American school abstract : Ship at sea, ca.1960.[unattributed] American school abstract : Ship at sea, ca.1960.
Mary Polon [1917-1912] American abstract : Dante’s dancers, 1965.Mary Polon [1917-1912] American abstract : Dante’s dancers, 1965.
Peter Glushanok [1911-1996] New York school : Modernist genre, ca.1950.Peter Glushanok [1911-1996] New York school : Modernist genre, ca.1950.
[unattributed] : Nude, ca.1930-1940s.[unattributed] : Nude, ca.1930-1940s.
Jean Théobald Jacus (1924-) : French industrial modernist landscape, ca.1954.
Vida Jane Hirsch [possibly] : All that Jazz, 1954.Vida Jane Hirsch [possibly] : All that Jazz, 1954.