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The Marmor Collection: Black and White Prints from the 1970s
Temporary Exhibition

The Marmor Collection: Black and White Prints from the 1970s

April 20, 2022–August 7, 2022

Ellsworth Kelly (American, 1923–2015). White Bar with Black, 1973. Lithograph with pencil on Special Arjomari paper. © Ellsworth Kelly Foundation and Gemini G.E.L. LLC. Cantor Arts Center, Gift of the Marmor Foundation (Drs. Michael and Jane Marmor) from the collection of Drs. Judd and Katherine Marmor, 2015.67

Ellsworth Kelly (American, 1923–2015). White Bar with Black, 1973. Lithograph with pencil on Special Arjomari paper. © Ellsworth Kelly Foundation and Gemini G.E.L. LLC. Cantor Arts Center, Gift of the Marmor Foundation (Drs. Michael and Jane Marmor) from the collection of Drs. Judd and Katherine Marmor, 2015.67

Pigott Family Gallery

 

This selection of American prints drawn from the Marmor Collection at the Cantor Arts Center highlights works from the early 1970s that capitalize on the simple but bold graphic impact of black against white. Artists on view include Richard Serra, Ellsworth Kelly, Sam Francis, Robert Rauschenberg, and Bruce Nauman.

 

This exhibition is organized by the Cantor Arts Center. We gratefully acknowledge support from the Marmor Foundation Gift Fund. 

 

 

 


 

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