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Man Ray, African art, and the modernist lens

Author: Wendy Grossman; Martha Ann Bari; Letty Bonnell
Publisher: Washington, DC : International Arts & Artists ; Minneapolis, MN : Distributed by the University of Minnesota Press, ©2009.
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Genre/Form: Ausstellung
Washington (DC, 2009)
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Grossman, Wendy.
Man Ray, African art, and the modernist lens.
Washington, DC : International Arts & Artists ; Minneapolis, MN : Distributed by the University of Minnesota Press, ©2009
(OCoLC)664916872
Named Person: Man Ray; Man Ray; Man Ray; Man Ray; Man Ray
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Wendy Grossman; Martha Ann Bari; Letty Bonnell
ISBN: 9780816670178 081667017X
OCLC Number: 430344421
Notes: "Exhibition dates: The Phillips Collection, Oct. 10, 2009-Jan. 10, 2010; University of New Mexico Art Museum, Feb. 6-May 30, 2010; University of Virginia Museum of Art, Aug. 7-Oct. 10, 2010; University of British Columbia, Museum of Anthropology Oct. 29, 2010-Jan. 23, 2011"--Title page verso.
Description: xv, 183 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 30 cm
Contents: African art between the modern and the "primitive" --
African art "American style" --
Between art and document : African art in the age of mechanical reproduction --
From Dada to surrealism and beyond --
The poetics and politics of surrealism --
Out of phantom Africa : Michel Leiris, Man Ray and Dogon / Ian Walker --
Fashioning popular reception.
Responsibility: Wendy A. Grossman ; with an essay by Ian Walker and additional contributions by Yaëlle Biro [and others] ; contributing editor, Martha Bari ; concordance editor, Letty Wilson Bonnell.
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