Joseph Cornell

New York

23 Jan
15 Apr
Carrie Walter Stettheimer, Stettheimer Doll House (front view) c.1916–35. Wood, bronze, marble, alabaster, gilding, cardboard, paper, foil, linen, ceramic, oil, ink, watercolour, gouache, graphite, Conté, pastel, coloured pencil and other materials, 79 × 132 × 94 cm. Courtesy: Museum of the City of New York

From medieval Wunderkammern to portable museums, Duchamp’s suitcases, and dolls’ houses, the miniature is an enduring and radical art form

The US artist reflects on the art and events that have shaped a career spanning almost seven decades

Connecting the dots between modern art and a collection of anatomical wax models in Florence

Joseph Cornell, Palace, 1943, box construction, 27 x 51 x 13 cm

Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK

Jean Cocteau, Boy and Lyre, 1958. Courtesy: Michael Parkin Gallery / The Bridgeman Art Library, ADAGP Paris / DACS, London

How writers and filmmakers have responded to that most melancholy of colours