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Lee Miller: A Photographer Rediscovered

Main Gallery Sep 16–Nov 4, 1990

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Lee Miller: A Photographer Rediscovered
Sep 16–Nov 4, 1990

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Lee Miller: A Photographer Rediscovered, 1990
Lee Miller: A Photographer Rediscovered, 1990

A Photographer Rediscovered offered a critical reappraisal of Lee Miller’s work and development as an artist. Her contributions, until recently under-recognized, include being the first American female photojournalist during World War II and the coinventor of the photographic process of solarization (with artist Man Ray). Until this exhibition, Miller’s work had not been on public view since 1932. A Photographer Rediscovered was curated by Jane Livingston (formerly at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.) and organized by the California International Arts Foundation.