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Bernice Rose

Bernice Rose, Chief Curator Emerita the of Menil Foundations' Drawing Institute, former Director of Special Exhibitions for Pace Wildenstein Gallery, and former Senior Curator of the Drawings Department at MoMA, is the author of Picasso, Braque, and Early Film in Cubism; Jackson Pollock Works on Paper and Drawing Now

Reflections on “Mondrian/Reinhardt: Influence and Affinity”

In the summer of 1996 I organized an exhibition for the Pace gallery, which represented the estate of the artist at the time. Rita Reinhardt, the artist’s widow, had long wanted to see an exhibition of the two artists.

Picasso, Braque, and Early Film in Cubism

As the old century closed, the movies promised the “annihilation of time and space” and eventually revolutionized beholders’ experience of the world. Among the very first patrons of the nascent cinema in Europe were the painters Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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