Artistic Collaboration in the Twentieth Century
Jun 09–Aug 19, 1984
Two or more individuals conceived and executed each of the works on view in this exhibition. Paintings, sculptures, collages, photographs, and prints, as well as kinetic, video, and conceptual pieces, reflected the century’s major art movements, from Dada to Conceptual art. On view were more than 100 works by 70 teams of artists, both American and European, created between 1913 and 1983, including pieces by Gilbert and George, Max Ernst and Jean Arp, and Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí.