A plain glass vase, a few simple flowers. The photographer Abelardo Morell offers a paean to his feelings — and evokes a cavalcade of art heroes.
The people in his works often carried umbrellas and wore hats, or kissed atop taxi cabs. “I perceive my pictures as playing with time and space,” he said.
Rodney Smith’s whimsical work invited comparisons to the Belgian surrealist Rene Magritte.
A third section of “La Pose Enchantée,” which until 2013 was thought to have been destroyed, has been found concealed under a painting in Norwich, in England.