Studio Man Ray: Photographs by Ira Nowinski (2007) Exhibition Presentation


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Studio Man Ray: Photographs by Ira Nowinski (2007) Exhibition Presentation

  1. 1. Studio Man Ray has been made possible through a grant from The Reva and David Logan Foundation, along with generous support and loans from Michael Dawson Gallery, Paige Gallery, and Connie and Stephen Wirtz.
  2. 13. EXHIBITION-RELATED PROGRAMMING Sunday, March 4, 2007 at 11:00 AM Members Only Reception Join fellow members for hamantashen and mimosas followed by a curator- and artist-led tour of REVISIONS Amy Berk: Recoverings and a preview of Studio Man Ray. Members RSVP to Lauren Karas at 510.549.6950 x 340 or Sunday, March 4, 2007 at 1:00 PM CONVERSATIONS ON ART with Ira Nowinski Alla Efi mova, Magnes chief curator, interviews Ira Nowinski about his 1983 encounter withMan Ray’s Paris studio as the stage on which a posthumous drama ensued. Book signings to follow. $8 non-members; $6 members. Sunday, June 24, 2007 at 2:00 PM CONVERSATIONS ON ART The Artist’s Studio: Evolution of a Live/Work Environment This panel examines the artist’s studio as object. The studio refl ects elements of domestic, professional, and sacred space. How has the balance of these elements shifted over time, and what unique creative process transpires where they converge? Panelists reference the atelier, the contemporary urban loft, and Nowinski’s depiction of Man Ray’s Paris studio. $12 non-members; $10 members. Thursday, August 2, 2007 at 6:30 PM CONVERSATIONS ON ART with Faith Powell Magnes curatorial assistant, Faith Powell discusses the female subjects in Man Ray’s work. $8 non-members; $6 members.