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Art_Latin_America: Against the Survey

Published in conjunction with the exhibition Art_Latin_America: Against the Survey Curated by James Oles, Adjunct Curator of Latin American Art the Davis Museum and Senior Lecturer in the Art Department at Wellesley College

Parviz Tanavoli

n the groundbreaking occasion of the artist’s first solo exhibition at a US museum in nearly 40 years, and his first career retrospective outside of Iran. Critically acclaimed and widely acknowledged as the “father of modern Iranian sculpture,” Tanavoli’s trajectory has spanned east and west as he has innovated ambitiously across media.

Charlotte Brooks at LOOK, 1951-1971

Richly illustrated exhibition catalogue, with an introduction by Lisa Fischman, Ruth G. Shapiro '37 Director of the Davis Museum, and with contributions by Beverly W. Brannan, Curator of Photography, in the Prints and Photographs Division at the Library of Congress, and by esteemed photography historian and critic Vicki Goldberg. Edited and with an essay by Ileana L. Selejan.

Partners in Design

Partners in Design, which accompanies an exhibition opening at the Davis Museum in the fall of 2016, chronicles their collaboration, placing it in the larger context of the avant-garde in New York—1930s salons where they mingled with Julien Levy, the gallerist who brought Surrealism to the United States, and Lincoln Kirstein, co-founder of the New York City Ballet