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Collected.

Vignettes

Vignettes

Vignettes

Vignettes

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Alma Thomas
Opus 52, 1965
Acrylic on paper
Museum purchase and a gift from E. Thomas Williams and Audlyn Higgins Williams 97.9.18

Marc Brandenburg

Untitled (from the “Hirnsturm” series), 2001

Museum purchase with funds provided by the Acquisition Committee 03.2.12

Robert Pruitt

For Whom the Bell Curves, 2006

Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Rena Bransten, San Francisco and a gift from Burt Aaron 06.14.1

William Villalongo

Love Before the Colonization of Mars (detail), 2004

Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn 04.13.6

Vignettes

Alma Thomas
Opus 52, 1965
Acrylic on paper
Museum purchase and a gift from E. Thomas Williams and Audlyn Higgins Williams 97.9.18

Vignettes

Marc Brandenburg

Untitled (from the “Hirnsturm” series), 2001

Museum purchase with funds provided by the Acquisition Committee 03.2.12

Vignettes

Robert Pruitt

For Whom the Bell Curves, 2006

Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Rena Bransten, San Francisco and a gift from Burt Aaron 06.14.1

Vignettes

William Villalongo

Love Before the Colonization of Mars (detail), 2004

Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn 04.13.6

Mar 31Jun 26, 2011

Using Hale Woodruff’s (1900—1980) painting Vignette (1970) as a point of departure, Collected. Vignettes highlights works from the permanent collection that exhibit an impressionistic quality through formal and conceptual means. The artworks offer a vast meditation on technique and subject matter, ranging widely in medium and time span. Organized by Curatorial Fellow Tasha Parker, Collected. Vignettes features Norman Lewis (1909—1979), Wangechi Mutu (b. 1972), Adrian Piper (b. 1948), Gary Simmons (b. 1964), Alma Thomas (1891—1978), and William Villalongo (b. 1975), among others.

Above, listen to a variety of artists, museum staff, and curators discuss works in Collected. Vignettes.