Kay SageUnited States
Art Brokerage: Kay Sage American Artist: b. 1898-1963. Prominent American Surrealist Kay Sage is known for her barren imaginary landscapes populated with architectural scaffoldings that symbolize various states of being. Married to Surrealist painter Yves Tanguy and closely associated with the French Surrealists that she met while living in Paris in the late 1930s, Sage became active within a community of artists living in Connecticut that included Alexander Calder, André Masson, and Arshile Gorky. She exhibited widely in her lifetime and had solo shows at the Pierre Matisse Gallery, Julien Levy Gallery, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; she also participated in Peggy Guggenheim's landmark "Exhibition by 31 Women" (1943) at Art of This Century gallery in New York. Sage began her artistic career as an abstract painter before transitioning to Surrealist paintings full of things that she claimed were "half-mechanical, half alive," as well as collages, works on paper, and mixed-media sculptures. Listings wanted.Read More +
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