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New Acquisitions at the CMA!

This September, the CMA has acquired a number of new pieces to be housed in its permanent collection!

Recent acquisitions by the Cleveland Museum of Art include Surrealist André Masson’s Paysage au serpent (Landscape with Snake), a rare example of the artist’s automatic painting technique; a new, monumental drawing by leading contemporary artist Kara Walker; and a photograph by Shirin Neshat, an artist who creates still photographs, videos and films that explore gender roles in post-revolutionary Iran.

See below for images of the recently acquired works. To read more about these stunning pieces, see the press release here.

Landscape with Snake

Paysage au serpent (Landscape with Snake), 1927. André Masson (French, 1897–1987). Oil on canvas; 65 x 46 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art.

Kara Walker

The Republic of New Afrika at a Crossroads, 2016. Kara Walker (American, b. 1969). Graphite, raw pigment, and watercolor and collage on paper; 273.1 x 522 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art.

Neshat

Fervor, 2000. Shirin Neshat (Iranian, b. 1957). Gelatin silver print; 66 x 46 inches. The Cleveland Museum of Art.
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