Form and Figment: Highlights from the Permanent Collection
Ranging from portraits to fragmented figures, the works in this exhibition serve as meditations on physical and psychological states of being. The suggested presence—and sometimes absence—of the human figure evokes a tension between the mysterious and the concrete, the real and the imagined. Whether through the pain of loss or the promise of renewal, these embodied forms invite us to contemplate ourselves, and others, in an ongoing process of transition.
This exhibition is made possible by the Joyce Marcus Art Exhibition Fund.