Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Something Beautiful: Joseph Cornell Karen Kilimnik Sprueth Magers London

Sprueth Magers London (link here) will have the opening reception June 8; the exhibition, curated by Todd Levin (Levin Art Group, link here) combines Joseph Cornell (biography here) and Karen Kilimnik (biography here) paintings, collages and installations, each influenced by the Romantic ballet era.

The paintings are ...

The Head Witch's House, Reception Room
2005
Water soluble oil color on canvas
35.6 x 27.9 cm
Courtesy the Artist, 303 Gallery New York and Sputh Magers Berlin London

Two Dancers on a Stage Paris
2004
Water soluble oil color, glitter; archival glue on canvas
Courtesy the Artist, 303 Gallery New York and Sputh Magers Berlin London

Degas Painting Hair Ornament, Accessories
2004
Water soluble oil color on canvas
Courtesy the Artist, 303 Gallery New York and Sputh Magers Berlin London


The last shown is ...

Joseph Cornell
Hotel Andromeda, 1954
Wood, acrylic, paper collage, metal hardware, shell and glass
46.4 x 31.8 x 9 cm
Photo Courtesy of Phillips de Pury & Company

6 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing! One can never see enough beautiful art work :-)

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  2. Thank you for looking ... this is one of my favorite galleries. I was frankly fascinated at the mix.

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  3. Thanks for sharing honey, it is an interesting mix.
    big kiss
    xx
    marian.

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  4. These are wonderful! I could linger around a museum all day and just take it all in. Thank you for sharing.
    xoxo
    KC

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  5. i like the ballet photo. very cute stuff.

    XO NANCY

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  6. wishing you a happy friday hun!
    xx
    marian.

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