Caption: Artist Joseph Cornell
crafted this box in 1949 and presented it to dance historian Lillian Moore.
Ms Blair's early research focused on the work of the American artist and filmmaker Joseph Cornell
, with her monograph on the subject acknowledged as an outstanding contribution to Cornell studies.
" red polka dots."And that is why I decided to establish a place for them to see my work." Kusama, who lived and worked in New York for 16 years at the beginning of her career and was friends with artists Frank Stella, Donald Judd and Joseph Cornell
, with whom she had a relationship, has had retrospectives at the Whitney Museum in New York and the Tate Museum in London.
Saar has noted the formative experiences of watching Simon Rodia at work on the steel-and-mosaic structures of his monumental (and now landmarked) Watts Towers when she was visiting her grandmother, who lived in this Los Angeles neighborhood in the 1950s, and of viewing a 1967 survey of Joseph Cornell
's work at the Pasadena Art Museum.
Artist and collagist Joseph Cornell
is best known for his celebrated boxes built from second-hand artefacts.
(His daydream of Joseph Cornell
premiering Rose Hobart, the
Working at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C., I have had exceptional opportunities to study and research sculptures by many artists, such as Jean Arp, Alexander Calder, Joseph Cornell
, Alberto Giacometti, Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, and David Smith.
Cornell's Dream Boxes is a children's picturebook about the work of self-taught artist Joseph Cornell
(1903-1972), who enjoyed crafting "magic boxes", sporting three-dimensional sculpted scenes crafted with engravings and collages.
artist Joseph Cornell
, which consist of old photographs, antique paraphernalia and the scavenged remains of once-beautiful objects, housed in simple glass-framed wooden boxes.
"In America I came across expressionist painters and an artist called Joseph Cornell
, who used display cabinets with particular things displayed.
Her inspiration for using boxes came from the American artist Joseph Cornell
, whose art boxes contained items which didn't relate to each other and yet which together captured the imagination of many people.