"Before there was Pinterest or Mixel or any of the many online applications devoted to the art of virtual collage, Joseph Cornell was busy creating his own real assemblage works by hand. With snippets of magazines, pasted photographs and found objects, the fantastical universe of his imagination was realized in meticulously composed masterworks born out of everyday material."

The New York Times review of Joseph Cornell’s Manual Of Marvels: How Joseph Cornell Reinvented a French Agricultural Manual to Create an American Masterpiece. 
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"Before there was Pinterest or Mixel or any of the many online applications devoted to the art of virtual collage, Joseph Cornell was busy creating his own real assemblage works by hand. With snippets of magazines, pasted photographs and found objects, the fantastical universe of his imagination was realized in meticulously composed masterworks born out of everyday material."

The New York Times review of Joseph Cornell’s Manual Of Marvels: How Joseph Cornell Reinvented a French Agricultural Manual to Create an American Masterpiece

Published by our friends at Thames and Hudson.