Tamara de Lempicka:
Jeune fille en vert
Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.
Photo courtesy of Legion of Honor
Art Deco, 1910-1939
SAN FRANCISCO • Legion of Honor • Ongoing
|First seen at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London Art Deco 1910-1939 features over 300 works in painting, sculpture, architecture, furniture, textiles, glass, metal, jewellery, graphic art, product, transport and industrial design, fashion, film and photography. Highlights include original architectural elements from the foyer of the Strand Palace Hotel, London, especially restored by the V&A for the exhibition; a selection of works from Ruhlmann's influential Art Deco Grand Salon, exhibited at the 1925 Paris Exhibition and brought together for the first time since then; exquisite Cartier jewellery; paintings and sculpture by some of the most important artists of the century including Fernand Léger, Albert Gleizes and Sonia Delaunay; and fashion by such eminent designers as Jeanne Lanvin and Coco Chanel. |
The exhibition will open at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, after its run in San Francisco.
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