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Vivian Maier Exhibition Opens This Sunday Oct 6
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 03, 2013 7:31 pm    Post subject: Vivian Maier Exhibition Opens This Sunday Oct 6 Reply with quote

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Vivian Maier: A Woman's Lens

October 6 - December 18, 2013

Opening reception: Sunday, October 6, 4-7 p.m.

Since the discovery of her negatives in a Chicago storage locker
in 2007, Vivian Maier (1926-2009) has garnered international
attention for her poignant street photography, very little of which she
printed during her lifetime. Don't miss this opportunity to view a rare
talent whose rich, and little-known, life story is still unfolding, and whose
photographs have made her a posthumous sensation.

Curated by WSRC Scholars Karin Rosenthal and Susan Eisenberg.

Co-sponsored by the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University

All images from the John Maloof Collection courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery.

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Tickets are just $25 each with discounts for buying multiples.
Tickets will be sold at the opening reception. Mark your calendars for these
upcoming programs:


Unearthed Treasures:
The Street Photography of Vivian Maier

A slide lecture by WSRC Scholar Karin Rosenthal

Tuesday, October 15 at 12:30 p.m.


Vivian Maier's Fractured Archive: A Woman's Story

A slide presentation by Pamela Bannos

Distinguished Senior Lecturer, Department of Art
Theory & Practice, Northwestern University

Wednesday, October 16 at 6:30 p.m.



Turning the Wheel: The Emergence of Women Artists

A panel discussion organized by New England Women in
Photography at Simmons College with:
Kristen Gresh, Estrellita and Yousuf Karsh
Assistant Curator of Photographs, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


Laura Prieto, Professor of History and Women's and Gender Studies,
Simmons College, Boston

Francine Weiss, Curator, Photographic Resource Center, Boston,
and independent scholar

Moderated by Parrish Dobson, Photography Teacher, Buckingham
Brown & Nichols School, Cambridge, MA

Thursday, November 7 at 7:30 p.m.


All events will take place at the WSRC in the Epstein Building and are free and open to the
public. Ample parking available behind the WSRC and across the street in the commuter rail station parking lot.

Women's Studies Research Center
Brandeis University
515 South Street, Epstein
Building
Waltham, MA 02453
(781) 736-8102
mlheur@brandeis.edu
www.brandeis.edu/wsrc

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Are you sure 'seminal'? I'd be fine with 'fascinating', 'original', 'suddenly popular', 'phenomenal' (as in, 'suddenly popular'), 'good', 'quirky', 'rediscovered', 'almost-forgotten'. But, even speaking as an admirer, I'd draw the line at 'important', 'influential', 'major' (a bit too soon) or 'seminal' (much too soon).