Art History Lecture: From Tutu to Haute Couture: Costume and the Ballet, Brad Rosenstein

Nureyev Costumes

Costume by Nicholas Giorgiadis for Rudolf Nureyev in the role of Prince Florimond in Sleeping Beauty, Teatro alla Scala, Milan, 1966 (left) and costume by Ezio Frigerio and Mauro Pagaono for Rudolf Nureyev in the role of Romeo, Romeo and Juliet, London Ballet Festival, 1977 (right). Collection CNCS/Rudolf Nureyev Foundation. Photographs by Pascal François/CNCS

This presentation will review Surrealism and the major players

in the art movement, which took place in the first half of theLecturer:

20th century. Highlighted are works in the Fine Arts Museumsresresr

collection by artists such as Enrico Donati, Roberto Matta,fesfes

and Joan Miró. We’ll also explore how Oceanic art served as

inspiration to the Surrealists.fdsfsd

From 1929 to 1932, Man Ray and Lee Miller—two giants of European Surrealism—lived together in Paris, first as teacher and student, and later as lovers. Their mercurial relationship resulted in some of the most powerful work of each artist’s career and helped shape the course of modern art and photography. Combining rare vintage photographs, paintings, sculpture, and drawings, this exhibition tells the story of the artists’ brief but intense association and reveals the nature offdsfsdfsdfsdfsdfsd

their creative partnership.

Museum purchase, Dr. Leland A. and Gladys K. Barber Fund and American Art Trust Fund  

From 1929 to 1932, Man Ray and Lee Miller—two giants of European Surrealism—lived together in Paris, first as teacher and student, and later as lovers. Their mercurial relationship resulted in some of the most powerful work of each artist’s career and helped shape the course of modern art and photography. Combining rare vintage photographs, paintings, sculpture, and drawings, this exhibition tells the story of the artists’ brief but intense association and reveals the nature of

Join the Department of the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas; the Jolika Collection of New Guinea Art; the Caroline and H. McCoy Jones Department of Textile Arts; and a panel of experts for

 

Museum Fakes, Forgeries, and the Quest for Authenticity: A Mini-Symposium

Thursday, February 9, 2012

de Young Museum | Koret Auditorium

10:00 am–12:30 pm

 

$10 for the general public / $5 for museum members 

Yellow Lampshade, 1969

 

Oil on canvas

 

Museum purchase, gift of Nan Tucker McEvoy in memory of her mother, Phyllis de Young Tucker

 

1992.10  

Ticket Information

Lecture is $3 members/ $4 non-members. Museum admission is not required. Reservations are not accepted. Seating is first come, first served.

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Rebecca Crump