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MFAH Friday-Saturday Lecture: Alexander Archipenko in Context

Presented by Museum of Fine Arts, Houston at Museum of Fine Arts - Caroline Wiess Law Building, Houston Tx

May 30 - 31 2014
MFAH Friday-Saturday Lecture: Alexander Archipenko in Context

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston presents a MFAH Friday-Saturday Lecture: Alexander Archipenko in Context Friday, May 30 at 1:30pm (and repeated Saturday, May 31 at 4pm). Presented by Anna Tahinci, instructor of art history, the Glassell School of Art, and affiliate professor of art history, University of Houston.

Alexander Archipenko (1887–1964) invented a whole new way of exploring the human figure not only in his two- and three-dimensional artworks, but also in his “sculpto-paintings”—low-relief collages that mix sculptural volumes and pictorial surfaces.

Anna Tahinci examines the artist’s

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ADMISSION INFO

Tickets
$5 MFAH Members
$8 Nonmembers + Museum admission
Free for Members at the Patron, Supporting, Sponsor, and Benefactor levels, up to two tickets. Leadership Circle members receive unlimited free tickets.

MUSEUM ADMISSION EFFECTIVE January 1, 2013:
$13 adults (19+)
$8 seniors (65+)
$6 students (19+ with ID)
$6 youth (6–18)
free for children 5 and under
$6 military (with ID).

Contact: 713-639-7300

Email: lectures@mfah.org

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

Additional time info:

Friday at 1:30pm
Saturday at 4pm

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

Museum of Fine Arts - Caroline Wiess Law Building

1001 Bissonnet Street, Houston, Tx 77005

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