Posted: June 6, 2012

Root and Branch

On view at the Princeton University Art Museum, July 14 – Nov. 25, 2012

Explores the long, surprising career of a familiar form in art

PRINCETON, N.J.— This summer and into autumn, as the leaves turn and fall, the Princeton University Art Museum presents Root & Branch, an inquiry into tree forms and branching structures in art, nature and information design. Showcasing objects in all areas of the Museum’s collections across three millennia and from around the world, the exhibition looks beyond the role of trees as providers of oxygen, food, building materials, medicine and fuel to explore their equally prominent role in visual representation as models of order and complexity. Read More


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