Posts Tagged ‘georges braque and the cubist still life 1938-1945’

ToDo ToDay: Noël Coward at the Phillips Collection and Bach at Fort Reno

If you like theater but only have so much tolerance for the close quarters of the Capital Fringe Festival, take a night off and catch a show in the rarefied environs of the Phillips Collection instead. In conjunction with the exhibit "Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life," the museum presents a staged reading of [...]

ToDo ToDay: Georges Braque and a Clash History Lesson

The power duo isn’t just a politics thing. The art world has plenty of its own, including Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso. The two artists developed the style known as cubism, and together transformed the way we look at objects in art. Though Picasso gradually moved on, Braque continued exploring analytic cubism until his death [...]

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