Organized as a collaboration between the McNay’s curators, Recycled, Repurposed, Reborn focuses on collages on paper, panel, and canvas, as well as wall-hung and free-standing assemblage sculptures and hybrids of the collage and assemblage aesthetic. The two- and three-dimensional works draw from all parts of the museum’s extensive collection including Pablo Picasso’s Guitar and Wine Glass of 1912, one of the masterpieces of the McNay’s collection, which was included in Mrs. Marion Koogler McNay’s founding bequest in 1950 and has served as a foundation for the museum’s collection. Collage and assemblage are key developments in modern art. The imaginative combining of disparate, often ephemeral materials to create a work of art has become a popular approach for artists and for

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