I recently thought of Florine Stettheimer and her lovely cellophane decoration. A less well-known female painter of the early 20th century, Stettheimer was friends with Duchamp, O'Keeffe, Stein, and that whole crew, but she kept her work in her own private group of friends to visit her Greenwich village home. She began her more public artist career creating the set for Four Saints in Three Acts (1934). Cellophane was a new invention at this time, and she used in both her home (Fig. 1) and on stage (Fig. 2). I always thought this such a great idea with this new invention at the time, so I wanted to include a few images. Florine Stettheimer is and will always remain one of my favorite ladies.
Today I visited the High Museum in Atlanta with some friends. The High currently has an exhibition called "Fast Forward: Modern Moments 1913 - 2013," and it's a collection of modern art in America with several pieces from MOMA. One of my favorite collections in this show was a series of German Otl Aicher's Photoliths, beautiful graphic representations.