Come Together: Assemblage and Collage from the Collection
Organized to provide a deeper context for the Sew What exhibition, this installation features examples of drawing, painting, and sculpture that are the result of gathering various materials and combining them in distinct ways.
Collage and assemblage are construction practices that go back hundreds of years, but are associated with the twentieth-century activities of artists including Pablo Picasso, Jean Dubuffet, Joseph Cornell, Hannah Höch, Louise Nevelson, and Robert Rauschenberg, to name a few.
Come Together features work by artists in our permanent collection who are part of this tradition, including Raymond Barnhart, William Bayer, Bruce Burris, Christo, Robert Morgan, Robert Motherwell, Judith Page, Antoni Tapies, and others.
Tues. - Fri.: 10am to 5 pm
Sat.: 12pm to 5pm
Sundays, Mondays, and University Holidays: CLOSED