Apr 09 - Jun 01, 2024


Exhibit Detail

German-born artist Max Ernst was a key figure in the movements of Dada and Surrealism that took place in Europe in the early part of the 20th century. This exhibition highlights Ernst’s role in the development of these historical art movements through a selection of sculptures, prints, and a series of tapestries by Yvette Cauquil-Prince, who worked closely with the artist to translate his paintings into large-scale woven textiles. With a number of rarely exhibited works from Ernst’s wide-spanning career, the experience will provide windows of insight into his working process and his life spent in Sedona, including original concrete frieze sculptures that were embedded into the walls of his home.  The exhibit will be closed May 18. 

Max Ernst, Yvette Cauquil-Prince
Cocktail Drinkers, 1975
hand-woven wool tapestry

FREE Public Event:

Thursday, May 30 from 5 – 9 pm in the Gallery and Yokouchi Pavilion & Courtyard
Join us for the debut of this new program series, featuring an evening of
“activations” unfolding in the gallery space with live dance, movement, and music performances that engage in dialogue with the exhibition. Food and beverage offerings available for purchase during the event.

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