Northside Hospital Boardroom Exhibition
In June of 2021, ten works of art from the Marietta Cobb Museum of Art’s Permanent Collection were returned to the MCMA after a twenty-year absence. As the world spent the past year in relative seclusion, these artworks have spent the past two decades off-site and out of public view for their long-term loan.
This exhibition was created to welcome these works back home and highlight an assortment of American artists whose subjects have embraced inspiration from around the world. These inspirations stem from the French countryside to more familiar locales such as the monumental Kennesaw Mountain and the opulent Fox Theatre. The next steps for these artworks include conservation and assessment for necessary restoration in order to be fully reintegrated into the Museum’s permanent collection.