Mid-Century Perspectives: Paintings by Andy Burgess and Objects of Modern Design, presented by the Tucson Museum of Art is open to the public till 22 April 2018.
“Andy Burgess brings a unique perspective and interpretation of mid-century architecture in the Southwest,” said Dr. Julie Sasse, Chief Curator, and Curator of Modern, Contemporary, and Latin American Art at the Tucson Museum of Art. “His work is saturated with vibrant color and the dramatic light of the American Southwest.”
Included in the exhibition is a selection of designed objects and furniture by Frank Lloyd Wright, Charles and Ray Eames, Harry Bertoia, Rose Cabat and others that captures the spirit and essence of the period that inspires Burgess’s work.
“His work has become a sustained meditation on the relationship between architecture and art,” say Julie Sasse, Chief Curator of the Tucson Museum of Art.
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