The Art Bridges collection includes significant works of the 19th- through 21st-centuries and features art of exceptional quality that speaks to the layered stories of American art and American life. The collection has particular strengths in abstraction, modernism, conceptual projects, figural compositions, images of nature and the environment, and expanded representations of identity.
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Highlights from the collection include:
- Depictions of nature and the environment by George Wesley Bellows, Richard Diebenkorn, Marsden Hartley, David Hockney, and John Frederick Kennsett.
- Early to mid-century modernism, including Albert Bloch, Diego Rivera, Joseph Stella, and Max Weber.
- Artists working in abstraction, including Mark Bradford, Judy Chicago, Jeffrey Gibson, Arshile Gorky, Joe Overstreet and Frank Stella.
- Works that explore the complexities of identity and self by T. C. Cannon, Eldzier Cortor, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Barkley L. Hendricks, and Alex Katz.
- The variety of American stories by artists such as Childe Hassam, Winslow Homer, Mike Kelley, Hughie Lee-Smith, Kerry James Marshall, Archibald John Motley Jr., and Horace Pippin.
- Conceptual works of art and installations by Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Robert Gober, Bruce Nauman, Senga Nengudi, Rachel Rose and Robert Smithson.
- Post-war art by Philip Guston, Jasper Johns, Jeff Koons, Rufino Tamayo and Andy Warhol.
- Several multi-component works that can be considered discrete exhibitions of their own including a 300-canvas landscape painting by Cynthia Daignault, a group of sound sculptures by Guillermo Galindo, a photo series by Sherry Levine, a seven-panel mural by Edward Steichen and a multi-sensory video installation by Bill Viola.
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