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New Meetup: Richard Avedon Exhibition at The Palm Springs Art Museum & Air Planes

From: Chris J.
Sent on: Friday, December 3, 2010 10:07 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for The Light Chasers of SoCal!

What: Richard Avedon Exhibition at The Palm Springs Art Museum & Air Planes

When: Sunday, December 19,[masked]:00 AM

Where: Palm Springs Art Museum
101 N. Museum Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760)[masked]

Road Trip!!! I'm a huge fan of Richard Avedons work in fashion photography. Lets hit the road early and catch his exhibit at the Palm Springs Art Museum. The plan is to get there by 11am. Catch the exhibit grab some lunch downtown Palm Springs and then head on over to the Palm Springs Air Museum. We probably won't be getting home till 6 or 7pm maybe later, so plan accordingly.

Palm Springs Art Museum
100 Museum Drive
Palm Springs, CA
Directions

Richard Avedon [masked]) set new precedents in fashion and portraiture for nearly seven decades. His interest in performance began in the 1940s and 1950s with his early photographs of leading models in designer clothing for magazines such as Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. Taking his models out of the studio, Avedon combined the sophistication and glamour of haute couture with the excitement of modern life he celebrated in the streets of Paris, Rome, and New York. His engaging and emotionally moving photographic images featured theatrical gestures, poses, and expressions combined with an attention to mise-en-sc?ne. The dramatic elements in this work link his fashion photography to his interest in stage and cinema in New York and Hollywood. These photographs capture his enthusiasm for people engaged in roles that mesmerized and fascinated him, and they tell us as much about the relationship between performance and the body as they do about the people in them.

Cost $12.50 (Art Museum)
Cost $14.00 (Palm Springs Air Museum)


We will plan on arriving at the museum at 11am. As it is a 2 1/2 hour drive, plan on leaving at 8 or 8:30.

*If you are willing to drive and take passengers, please say so in the comments area below and tell us where you are coming from. If you are going to hitch a ride, please plan on giving your driver $10.00 to help with gas on the 280 mile trip. No exceptions!

1:30pm Lunch location TBD

2:30pm Palm Springs Air Museum


Palm Springs Air Museum
745 North Gene Autry Trail
Palm Springs, California 92262
[masked]
Directions

The Palm Springs Air Museum houses one of the nation's largest collection of World War II flying aircraft displayed in modern, well lighted, air-conditioned and clean hangars. Our Buddy Rodgers Theater shows daily documentaries about aviation in the military with an emphasis on World War II. In addition to planes and historic artifacts, the museum is host to a library of 8500 volumes primarily related to aviation and American military history.









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