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Alias Man Ray
Posted: January 25th, 2010
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Mason Klein, curator of fine arts at the Jewish Museum, gives a tour of the exhibition Alias Man Ray: The Art of Reinvention. Man Ray, as one of the iconic figures of the avant-garde of the 20th century, recast the concept of artistic identity – as a poet, as a painter, as a photographer, as a filmmaker, and an essayist. Learn about his life and work in this SundayArts Choice.

  • SheilaD

    Age and weather have conspired to keep me from visiting the Museum. I thank Mr. Klein for bringing it to me.

  • Terence Pepper

    This is a wonderfully lucid video -making the show look fascinating and instructive .. really looking forward to coming over from London seeing the show before it closes on March 14

  • FH

    A wonderful way of introducing an exhibit to the public so that it becomes a “must” on a list of things to do in NYC. Thank you.

  • Humberto Mesquita

    I love the work of this great inovator artist. H.Mesquita

  • COE ARTHUR YOUNGER

    GREAT SHOW ON MAN RAY… KEEP UP YOUR SHOWS ON PHOTOGRAPHY…

  • Diana

    We are so excited to be visiting this exhibit next week. Man Ray was first cousin to my grandfather. There will be 15 of us (all relatives) going to the exhibit!

  • Jack Stern

    Congratulations on a brilliant exhibition by a brilliant curator!!

  • liz kolansky

    I bow to the master and the masters who bow to the master. thank-you

  • Florence Budovitch

    Thankyou Mr Klein for making it possible for me to see part of the Man Ray exhibit on my computer. My appetite has been whetted. Maybe I will get to the show at the Jewish Museum.

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