Uncovering the Human Condition: The Arthur S. Goldberg Collection
Works from the private collection of Arthur Goldberg feature the human figure as a means to understand the human condition. References to the body can be found in each of the paintings, works on paper, and sculptures in the exhibition. Whether a finely detailed self-portrait or an abstracted reference to an inner psychological state, the bodies in this exhibition channel questions about being, experience, and perception.
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Image Credit: Philip Pearlstein (US American, b. 1924), Nude in a Hammock, 1982, color etching with aquatint, 30 1/8” x 40 ½” (image). Collection of Arthur S. Goldberg. Image © Charles Sternaimolo 2021.
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