Cézanne and American Modernism
Cézanne and American Modernism is included in Museum General Admission. Self-guided audio tours are available and can be rented for $2 per person. Docent lead exhibition tours are given daily at 1 pm.
French master Paul Cézanne, one of the most recognizable names in art, is celebrated worldwide for his Post-Impressionist masterpieces. However, Cézanne's greatest legacy may be the transformative effect his work had on 20th century artists.
Cézanne and American Modernism is the first exhibition to examine Cézanne's influence on American artists working between 1900 and 1930 by bringing together 16 of the French master's paintings and works on papers with more than 80 works by 33 American artists, including Marsden Hartley, Maurice Prendergast, Arshile Gorky, Alfred Stieglitz and Man Ray. The exhibition showcases outstanding works from public and private collections throughout the U.S., including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and works from Phoenix Art Museum's permanent collection.