Joseph Cornell's Italian Job

Laura E. Ruberto (January 14, 2008)
Italian icons subtlely make their way into Joseph Cornell's 20th century curios.

I always like to walk through the San Francisco MOMA’s permanent photography exhibit when I'm there. Most recently I stopped by hoping to see one or two Tina Modotti pieces, since the museum owns a number of good ones. They didn't have any of her work up this time (Modotti will crop up again in my posts, I'm certain), but I stumbled on quite a crowd at the Joseph Cornell exhibit, in its last day.





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