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Opening Event Looking Up: Henri Dauman

Opening Event - Henri Dauman: Looking Up
Sep 15 2019 | 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Opening Event - Henri Dauman: Looking Up

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Members - Free
Non-Members - Cost of Admission


Henri Dauman is a Holocaust survivor and self-taught photographer who produced some of the most memorable covers for LIFE, Time and Newsweek Magazines. We are honored to have Henri Dauman with us for our special Opening Event. He will share about his journey – from his tragic childhood in the French Countryside during WWII, to the creative and emotional adventure that led to his photographic success. Q & A will follow.
 

Non-Members
2 PM - 5 PM - Exhibition open to the public
2 PM - 3:15 PM - Program with Henri Dauman & Q & A

Members
10 AM - 2 PM - Member Preview
12 PM - 1 PM – Member Tour
1 PM - 2 PM - Light Reception
2 PM - 3:15 PM - Program with Henri Dauman & Q & A


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