Special Sub-Topic: The Neuberger Museum of Art
|What artist produced the works shown in the 2007 exhibition "Threnody," including a series of twenty-eight paintings about the tragic events of the Vietnam War?|
Cleve Gray. Cleve Gray's style of art was characterized as "late Cubist." He passed away in 2006, at his home in Connecticut. The cause was a cerebral hematoma.
|The permanent collection of the museum includes an egg-shaped piece called the "Neuberger Cairn." Who created it?|
Andy Goldsworthy. Goldsworthy is known for his work with stone. Many of his pieces are crafted to fit in with their environment. A wall he constructed is on the grounds of the Storm King Art Center, a sculpture park in Mountainville, New York.
|On what school's campus is the museum located?|
SUNY Purchase. Purchase is the site of the state's art college. Actor Wesley Snipes attended the school in the 1970s.
|One of the most prominent collections of the museum includes ceremonial masks, wooden statues and a host of other pieces. It features art from what region?|
Africa. Much of the collection was assembled by the late Lawrence Gussman. Among its selections are items crafted by the Yoruba, Dan and Lega groups.
|Another gem of the Neuberger's permanent collection is is an ivory cross with bars of equal length, and unusual curved surfaces. Who created it?|
Isamu Noguchi. The Japanese-American sculptor lived from 1904-1988. A museum of his works stands in Long Island City, Queens.
|In 2005, the museum hosted an exhibition of abstract geometric art. Among its key items was a cast polyester assemblage of tooth-like triangular pieces on a black grid. Who created "9 Forms/9-Part Grid"?|
Sol LeWitt. Sol LeWitt lived from 1928 to 2007. His sculptures and pictures generally belonged to the schools of minimalism and conceptual art.
|In 2006, the museum featured a display that linked art to the mechanical process of construction. Its sections included ducts, turbines and inflatable floating crafts. What was the name of this work by Dennis Oppenheim?|
The Assembly Line. Oppenheim created the piece in 1980. He was born in Electric City, Washington, in 1938.
|The museum's collection of prints includes "The Melody Haunts my Reverie," by what renowned lithograph artist?|
Roy Lichtenstein. The print was created in 1965. Lichtenstein lived from 1923 to 1997.
|In September, 2007, the Neuberger opened an exhibition entitled "Quasi-Random." It featured the sculptures, drawings and video installations of what artist?|
Tobias Putrih. Putrih often uses everyday items such as packing tape and cardboard in his sculptures. He was born in Slovenia in 1972.
|The museum's paintings collection includes a series of miniature renditions of other famous works. Who produced these unusual pieces?|
Richard Pettibone. Pettibone was born in 1938 in Los Angeles, California. He attended Pasadena City College and the Otis Art Institute.
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