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Cubist Perspectives

September 14 – December 21, 2016

Cubist Perspectives
Cubist Perspectives
Cubist Perspectives
Cubist Perspectives
Cubist Perspectives
Cubist Perspectives
Henri Laurens, Femme Nue Allongee, 1937

Henri Laurens

Femme Nue Allongee, 1937

Gouache and pencil on cardboard

4.5 x 12 in.

Joseph Csaky, Imbrication de Cones, 1920

Joseph Csaky

Imbrication de Cones, 1920

Gouache and India ink on brown paper

12.1 x 9.8 in.

Hans Burkhardt Untitled, 1939

Hans Burkhardt
Untitled, 1939
Charcoal on paper
17.38 x 23.88 in.

Jean Metzinger, The Windmill of Calvados, 1918

Jean Metzinger

The Windmill of Calvados, 1918

Oil on pieced panel

24 x 18.3 in.

Henri Hayden, Nature morte, 1918

Henri Hayden

Nature morte, 1918

Gouache on board

13 x 16 in.

Georges Valmier, Personnage debout, 1920

Georges Valmier

Personnage debout, 1920

Gouache and collage on paper

10.63 x 8.25 in.


Karl Knaths Still Life, c. 1964

Karl Knaths
Still Life, c. 1964
Oil on canvas
36 x 42 in.

Press Release



Rosenberg & Co. Opens Cubist Exhibition with Works Spanning a Century




September 14 – December 21, 2016

Opening reception on Wednesday, September 14 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm


August 18, 2016 - Rosenberg & Co. is pleased to present Cubist Perspectives, a historical group exhibition offering a selective survey of Cubism from twentieth-century Paris to today.


The exhibition is an invitation for visitors to follow the development of Cubism over the past century. Works by artists such as Serge Férat, Auguste Herbin, Jean Metzinger, and Georges Valmier allow viewers to witness Cubism's birth in Paris at the turn of the twentieth-century. Crossing the Atlantic, visitors are summoned to the artist colony of Provincetown, Massachusetts, where the artists Karl Knaths, Blanche Lazzell, and Kenneth Stubbs kept the Cubist aesthetic alive. Finally, works by Marcin Dudek, Oleg Kudryashov, and Tom John bring the visitors back to the twenty-first century and demonstrate how contemporary artists continue to find inspiration in their Cubist predecessors. 


By organizing a Cubist show, Rosenberg & Co. continues the legacy of Léonce Rosenberg who, through exhibitions at his Paris gallery, Galerie de l'Effort Moderne, brought Cubism to the preeminent position it now holds. And by including contemporary artists working in the Cubist aesthetic, Rosenberg & Co. affirms our commitment to cultivating relationships with contemporary artists, while also demonstrating that Cubism is still relevant to our present moment.


An illustrated catalogue accompanies the exhibition.


Rosenberg & Co. renews a salon-style space with a focus on the highest standards of connoisseurship and expertise. With an emphasis on the secondary Modern art market, Rosenberg & Co. also continues the legacy of working with contemporary artists.



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