This tightly curated exhibition charts a thematic and chronological sweep of Cézanne's still-life painting, showing how the "Master of Aix" recast the genre and set it on a new course. Traversing the breadth of his still-life production, the exhibit offers viewers a brief reappraisal of Cézanne's monumental achievement in the genre.
Author and apple historian Ben Watson discusses the cultural history of the apple and what it has represented over time, from its roots in Central Asia to Europe and America. An apple tasting will follow his presentation.
Taking place every first Sunday of the month, in collaboration with PECO, the Barnes Foundation offers free admission to the institution featuring family-friendly exhibits and informative seminars that change in theme each month.