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Artists and Immigrants Series: A Conversation with Alexandra Keiser, Ph.D. on Alexander Archipenko

Artists and Immigrants Series: A Conversation with Alexandra Keiser, Ph.D. on Alexander Archipenko

Wed. April 14, 2021

Photo of two individuals (left) viewing a Gross sculpture, I LOVE MY BABY, 1948, which is positioned on a rounded white base. The wooden sculpture depicts a woman with long hair, crouched so that her legs are drawn close to her tall torso. She is supporting the figure of a baby, whose head touches hers but whose body is raised above its head.

Foundation loans group of objects to exhibition on Chaim Gross at the Wadsworth Atheneum

November 11, 2020 - April 18, 2021

The exterior of the Foundation on a sunny day. The columns and cornice are painted yellow, surrounding reddish purple brick, with a black wrought-iron gate under the numbers '526'. In the foreground two people walk on the sidewalk beside a tree.

Tours currently suspended due to COVID-19

In-person activities cancelled until further notice