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Zilia Sánchez: Soy Isla (I Am an Island)


Zilia Sánchez, Azul azul (Blue Blue), 1956. Acrylic on canvas, 21 × 23 in., Collection of the artist, Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co., New York

Zilia Sánchez, Afrocubano, 1957. Oil on canvas, 27 ½ × 21 ½ in., Private collection, Madrid

Zilia Sánchez, Topología (Topology), 1965/93. Acrylic and ink on canvas, 15 × 20 in., Collection of the artist, Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co., New York


Zilia Sánchez, Topología erótica (Erotic Topology), 1960–71. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 41 × 56 × 13 in., Collection of Jose R. Landron, San Juan

Zilia Sánchez, Untitled, c. 1965. Ink on paper, 9 ½ × 4 in., Collection of Diane and Bruce Halle, Phoenix

Zilia Sánchez, Troyanas (Trojan Women), polyptych, from the series Módulos infinitos (Infinite Modules), 1967. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 71 ¾ × 54 × 9 ½ in., Collection of Laura Delaney Taft and John Taft, promised gift to Walker Art Center, Minneapolis


Zilia Sánchez, Lunar con tatuaje (Moon with Tattoo), c. 1968/96. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 71 × 72 × 12 in., Collection of the artist, Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co., New York

Zilia Sánchez, Furia II (Fury II), 1972. Ink on paper, 25 ½ × 20 in. Collection of the artist, Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co., New York

Zilia Sánchez, Lunar negro con tatuaje (Black Moon with Tattoo), 1975. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 33 × 43 ¾ × 8 ½ in., Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, ME, Museum purchase from the Jere Abbott Acquisitions Fund, 2016.228


Zilia Sánchez, Amazonas (Amazons), from the series Topologías eróticas (Erotic Topologies), 1978. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 43 × 70 × 11 in., Princeton University Art Museum, NJ, Museum purchase, Fowler McCormick, Class of 1921, Fund, 2014-53

Zilia Sánchez, Troyanas (Trojan Women), 1984. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 54 × 95 ⅜ × 11 ¼ in., Compañía de Turismo de Puerto Rico, San Juan

Zilia Sánchez, Lunar (Moon), 1985. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 71 ½ × 73 ½ × 14 in., Collection of Ignacio J. López Beguiristain and Laura M. Guerra, San Juan


Zilia Sánchez, Soy Isla: Compréndelo y retírate (I Am an Island: Understand and Retreat), 1990. Acrylic and ink on stretched canvas, 72 ⅜ × 42 ⅛ × 10 in., Collection of the Andreu-Pietri Family, San Juan

Zilia Sánchez, Encuentrismo ofrenda o retorno (The Encounter–offering or returning), video of a performance, 2000, Berezdivin Collection

Zilia Sánchez, Maquinista, diptico (Machinist, diptych), 2008, Acrylic on stretched canvas, 62 x 13 5/8 x 6 in., The Phillips Collection, Director's Discretionary Fund, 2016


Zilia Sánchez, Topología (Topology), from the series Azul azul (Blue Blue), 2016. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 30 × 34 ¾ × 4 in., Collection of the artist, Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co., New York

SELECTED IMAGES


Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Luncheon of the Boating Party, 1880-81, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, Acquired 1923

Milton Avery, Black Sea, 1959, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, Acquired 1965

Pierre Bonnard, The Open Window, 1921, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, Acquired 1930


Georges Braque, The Round Table, 1929, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, Acquired 1934

Jacob Lawrence, The Migration Series, Panel no. 1: During World War I there was a great migration north by southern African Americans., between 1940 and 1941, Casein tempera on hardboard 12 x 18 in. The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC Acquired 1942 © Estate of Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Paul Cézanne, Self-Portrait, 1878−1880, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, Acquired 1928


Honoré Daumier, The Uprising (L'Emeute), 1848 or later, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, Acquired 1925

Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas, Dancers at the Barre, 1880s–c. 1900, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, Acquired 1944

Willem de Kooning, Asheville, 1948, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, Acquired 1952


Wolfgang Laib, Wax Room: Wohin bist Du gegangen – wohin gehst Du? (Where have you gone – where are you going?), 2013, Beeswax, light bulb, The Laib Wax Room is supported by The Phillips Collection Dreier Fund for Acquisitions; gifts in memory of trustee Caroline Macomber; Brian Dailey and Paula Ballo Dailey; a community of online contributors; and a partial gift of the artist. Wax donated by Sperone Westwater, New York

Edward Hopper, Sunday, 1926, Oil on canvas, 29 x 34 in. The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, Acquired 1926

Georgia O'Keefe, Ranchos Church, No. II, NM, 1929. Oil on canvas, 24 1/8 x 36 1/8 in. The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, Acquired 1930


Esther Bubley, General Service Department, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York City, c. 1950s. Gelatin silver print, 9 3/8 in x 6 3/8 in. The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, Gift of Cam and Wanda Garner, 2012

DOROTHY KOSINSKI, DIRECTOR


Dorothy Kosinski, Director

PHILLIPS EXTERIOR


Carriage House-Phillips Collection Center for the Study of Modern Art

Phillips Collection House-Front View

Hunter Courtyard

PHILLIPS INTERIOR


The Rothko Room

Sant Building gallery

Music Room

Archival Photos


1) Marjorie and Duncan Phillips in front of Renoir's Luncheon of the Boating Party (1880-81), ca. 1954. Photo by Naomi Savage

2) Duncan Phillips, founder of The Phillips Collection. Photo by Clara E. Sipprel, ca. 1922.

3) Duncan Phillips on a transatlantic journey, 1930s. Courtesy of The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC


4) The house at 21st and Q Streets, NW, ca. 1900.