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Ray of Light: The Life and Art of Man Ray with Museum Director, Charles A. Riley II, PhD

Sunday, March 5, 3 pm

Free for Members, $20 Non-Members 

Please register in advance

Was he the luckiest American artist ever? A tailor’s son from South Philly, he was a protégé of Alfred Stieglitz in New York, was on the scene in Paris during the Jazz Age (shooting Picasso, Chanel, his muses Kiki de Montparnasse and Lee Miller, collaborated with Duchamp and was celebrated by the Surrealists for his wicked wit. We explore the mind and recount the fabulous stories of this witness to Modernism’s most exciting moments.





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