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Patricia Jul 18
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Olgita michelline Apr 8
Believe in your dream and trust that you are halfway to realize it
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Miguel Jun 27
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7 Robots: comics & quirky toys Jun 8
The / Le Exhibition in Musee d'Orsay. Photos by #museedorsayhttps://www.7robots.com/2019/04/the-black-model-le-modele-noir-exhibition-in-paris/
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Ebony Jones Jul 16
Quick trip to Paris just to see the exhibit at the and it didn’t disappoint...
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Sierra Jackson May 10
‘Tis’ the name day of Stella Black Paws. First of her name. Breaker of toys, conquerer of all the foods, daughter of Sierra.
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Steffen Covfefe Apr 2
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Cécile Varry May 3
Henri Matisse’s amazing illustrations for Les Fleurs du mal at the Black Model exhibition . Someone reprint this please!
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Juliette G. Coppens Jul 13
remarquable exposition dont aurait pu faire partie
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Jason Bowman Jun 9
Merci, , for this exhibit. Incredible look at the depiction of black people in art over the centuries. I didn’t know the exhibit would be happening on our visit. I learned a lot!
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Paris Stories May 21
Our chronological study of French art history moved to the today for Realism, Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, and .
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Régine Jean-Charles Jun 27
Today I finally made it to for the exhibition along with my students. It is such an important exhibit that asks us to reframe how we see black models in French art & encourages us to actually see & name them
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Shelly Kraicer Apr 6
This was a great eye-opening world-view-revising show when I saw it at Columbia last year. It promises to be even more revelatory in its new incarnation at the Musée d’Orsay now.
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CR0SS!GN0L Jul 10
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CGC | Paris Apr 12
Columbia faculty and staff in Paris were treated to a private tour of the expo "Le modèle noir de Gericault à Matisse", co-curated by Denise Murrell who will teach in our undergraduate program this summer.
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ICEE ICOM Mar 26
French masterpieces have been renamed in exhibition at
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Régine Jean-Charles Jun 27
I really enjoyed discussing these works of art with my students & seeing the exhibition through their eyes. My only disappointment was that did not include those beautiful pieces by that I know my students would have loved
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Citizen Coping Jun 22
Consider adding lost version of Delacroix painting to via
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ruth mackenzie May 23
Rewriting history, reshaping the role of museums is a
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