Preview – Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form

Join curator Kirsten M. Jensen, Ph.D., on Friday, March 17 at 11 am for a sneak peek of this groundbreaking exhibition, the history behind the photos and fashions, and a look at how the collection came to life from the Condé Nast archives and beyond.

Charles Sheeler (1883-1965) Aldous Huxley, Vanity Fair, April 1 1927. © Condé Nast.

About the Exhibition
Featuring a collection of previously undiscovered work by Charles Sheeler,
Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form casts a new light on one of America’s best-known modernists.

Between 1926 and 1931, Charles Sheeler worked as a commercial photographer for Condé Nast, creating fashion images and portraits for Vanity Fair and
Vogue. This remarkable body of work has never been publicly displayed in nearly ninety years.

Comprising photographs and paintings by Sheeler along with fashions of the era, Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography and Sculptural Form evokes the personalities, glamour, and promise of the Jazz Age, and reveals for the first time how Sheeler’s “day job” at Condé Nast shaped his aesthetic vision and artistic career.

Please RSVP to Christine Triantos by Thursday, March 16.

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