Major Yoram Wolberger Sculpture Acquired By The McNay Art Museum

Wolberger_Bride_Groom_2001

Yoram Wolberger, Bride and Groom, 2001/ 3d digital scanning, cnc digital sculpting, polyester foam, and pigmented resin / 74 x 38 x 41 in / Collection of the McNay Art Museum

Mark Moore Fine Art is pleased to announce the McNay Art Museum’s acquisition of a major work by Yoram Wolberger, “Bride and Groom” from 2001 for it’s permanent collection.

The McNay Art Museum, founded in 1954 in San Antonio, is the first modern art museum in the U.S. State of Texas. The museum was created by Marion Koogler McNay’s original bequest of most of her fortune, her important art collection and her 24-room Spanish Colonial Revival-style mansion that sits on 23 acres (9.3 ha) that are landscaped with fountains, broad lawns and a Japanese-inspired garden and fishpond.

The museum focuses primarily on 19th- and 20th-century European and American art by such artists as Paul Cézanne, Pablo Picasso, Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, Georgia O’Keeffe, Diego Rivera, Mary Cassatt, and Edward Hopper. The collection today consists of over 20,000 objects and is one of the finest collections of Contemporary Art and Sculpture in the Southwestern United States. The museum also is home to the Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts, which is one of the premiere collections of its kind in the U.S., and a research library with over 30,000 volumes. More recently, the McNay Art Museum recently added the Stieren Center, built by internationally renowned architect Jean-Paul Viguier, to display their Modern collection.

For more information on this artist, go to:

http://bit.ly/2qqG1li

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