Upside-Down Art Gallery by E4 FINE ART. American Artist L. R. Emerson II is pleased introduce you to his unique 'Upside-Down Art' also termed 'Multi-Directional Art'. Visit www.e4fineart.com - The Largest Solo Artist Aite in the World!
In addition to galleries across our planet, the unprecedented work of
L. R. Emerson II, known as MASG - Gaelic; to mix; or infuse,
has been introduced to the following Museums,
other arts institutes and conservators.
National Gallery of Art, USA
National Gallery, London
Smithsonian American Art Museum
National Gallery of Ireland
National Gallery of AUSTRALIA
National Gallery of Scotland
National Gallery of Modern Art, Scotland
Musée du Louvre, Paris
The Museum of Modern Art
Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Harvard University Art Museums
The J. Paul Getty Museum
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Art Students League
PBS: Art 21, Inc.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA
Hermitage Foundation, VA
Albany Institute of History & Art
Georgia Museum of Art
Madsion Museum of Fine Art, Inc., Madison, Georgia
On a related note, Henri Matisse is revered as the father of Fauvism and of modern painting in general. Yet one of his more famous tableaux, Le Bateau (The Boat), hung upside-down for two months in 1961 in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Not one of the art critics, journalists, 116,000 visitors, or curators had noticed it. Upside-Down Art is not new to art’s history but it’s acceptance in this new century will come from significant contribution by artists such as Emerson who’ve carved out a channel with which others may navigate.