What do a French rebel, a Danish hero and an American bad boy have in common? That’s the question the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale hopes to answer with “Cafe Dolly,” a show that connect the dots between three painters who lived in different countries during different time periods but whose works manage to intersect at every corner.
The artists in question are J.F. Willumsen, Francis Picabia and Julian Schnabel. Willumsen, who lived from 1863 to 1958 in Denmark, had largely worked in Expressionism and Symbolism. Picabia, who was born in Paris in 1879 and died there in 1953, was most associated with Cubism and Dadaism. The Ameri...
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