Inventing Abstraction, 1910–1925 is on view through April 15, 2013 at The Museum of Modern Art. Find out more at MoMA.org/inventingabstraction.


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More on art history charts. Discovered this on a recent pilgrimage to the Tate Modern. Tate Artist Timeline is a print version of this large-scale installation by illustrator Sara Fanelli. -jt

From our colleagues at the library:

momalibrary:

More on art history charts. Discovered this on a recent pilgrimage to the Tate Modern. Tate Artist Timeline is a print version of this large-scale installation by illustrator Sara Fanelli. -jt

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