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Brandt Junceau: Doll Story 2017-10-24 18:30:00 New York Studio School W 8th Street 60

Brandt Junceau is a sculptor who has published three essays on Elie Nadelman. His lecture looks closely at Nadelman’s late work, known as the Dolls, and Lincoln Kirstein’s posthumous restoration of Nadelman’s reputation. The influence of both men emerged in his exhibition Vandal, at the Freud Museum, Vienna, and his contribution to Parasophia, the 2014 Kyoto Bienniale.

Brandt Junceau: Doll Story

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“Doll,” Elie Nadelman, plaster, c1940-46. Photo: Brandt Junceau.

Brandt Junceau is a sculptor who has published three essays on Elie Nadelman. His lecture looks closely at Nadelman’s late work, known as the Dolls, and Lincoln Kirstein’s posthumous restoration of Nadelman’s reputation. The influence of both men emerged in his exhibition Vandal, at the Freud Museum, Vienna, and his contribution to Parasophia, the 2014 Kyoto Bienniale.

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