Myth, Memory and Imagination : Universal Themes in the Life and Culture of the South : Selections from the Collection of Julia J. Norrell
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SubjectArt, American--Southern States--Exhibitions; Art, Modern--20th century--Exhibitions; Photography--Southern States--Exhibitions; Southern States in art--Exhibitions; Norrell, Julia J--Art collections--Exhibitions
This catalog is for an exhibition held at the McKissick Museum, October 3, 1999-February 20, 2000. Artists with works reproduced in the catalog include: Laura Gilpin, Eldridge Bagley, Theora Hamblett, William Tolliver, Margaret Bourke-White, Reverend Herman Hayes, William Christenberry, Clyde Connell, Gordon Parks, Dorothea Lange, Jonathan Green, Carl McKenzie, Bernice Sims, George Rodrigue, Clementine Hunter, Russell Lee, Daniel Weiner, Esther Bubley, Eudora Welty, Walker Evans, Aubrey Bodine, Warren Criswell, Andy Smith, Margaret Speer, Stephen Kimball, Ben Shahn, Jack Spencer, Helen Levitt, Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Ralston Crawford, John Gutmann, Willie Little, Richard Law, Emmit Gowin, Martha McMillan Roberts, Doris Ulmann, Shelby Lee Adams, Carrie Mae Weems, Deborah Luster, Clarence John Laughlin, Lewis Hine, Michael Christie, Tom Jones, Nancy Witt, and James Van der Zee.
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|sd.notes||Includes bibliographical references, selected works in the exhibit, a checklist of the exhibition, and biographies of the artists.|
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McKissick Museum (2010)This booklet was published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same title held at McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, February 13, 2010 through May 8, 2010.