"Crossroads: 1945 to Now" now on view at the Carnegie Museum of Art

Hedda Sterne’s  Horizon II  (1963) installed; Carnegie Museum of Art; Purchase: gift of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bovard, 65.12 — Photograph courtesy Carnegie Museum of Art

Hedda Sterne’s Horizon II (1963) installed; Carnegie Museum of Art; Purchase: gift of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bovard, 65.12 — Photograph courtesy Carnegie Museum of Art

Now on view at the Carnegie Museum of Art, “Crossroads: 1945 to Now,” featuring two important paintings by Hedda Sterne. From the museum:

“This complete reinstallation of our postwar and contemporary art galleries places the work of artists at the intersection of history and society. We’re also bringing dozens of rarely and never-before-shown works out of storage. Curator Eric Crosby finds pockets of depth, diversity, and eccentricities, organizing the galleries in a series of ‘chapters.’”

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