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The Marmor Collection: Frank Stella and Claes Oldenburg

The Marmor Collection: Frank Stella and Claes Oldenburg

August 25, 2021–January 2, 2022

A study of ice cream cones

Claes Oldenburg American, born in Sweden, 1929. Untitled (Ice Cream Cones), 1968. 12-color lithograph and embossing. Gift of the Marmor Foundation (Drs. Michael and Jane Marmor) from the collection of Drs. Judd and Katherine Marmor.



Pigott Family Gallery (142)

This selection of 19 prints from the Marmor Collection at the Cantor Arts Center explores sets by Frank Stella (American, b. 1936) and Claes Oldenburg (American, b. Sweden, 1929) that use different approaches to abstraction in order to evoke the character of specific places and sites.


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





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