Inauguration Of The Wolfsonian Teaching Gallery At The Frost Art Museum 1/20/10


The Frost Art Museum And The Wolfsonian–Fiu Invite You To The Inauguration Of The Wolfsonian Teaching Gallery At The Frost Art Museum And The Exhibition Opening Of Women’s Work/Men’s Work: Labor And Gender In America
Wednesday, January 20, 6-9pm at The Frost Art Museum
10975 SW 17th Street, Modesto Maidique Campus
Florida International University

Join us for the inauguration of the Wolfsonian Teaching Gallery at The Frost Art Museum and the opening of the exhibition Women’s Work/Men’s Work: Labor and Gender in America. Drawn from The Wolfsonian’s collection, the exhibition explores how art, propaganda, and advertising have represented changing ideas about the kinds of work appropriate for men and women. The exhibition is co-curated by Alex Lichtenstein, FIU associate professor of history, in conjunction with his course on US labor history. The exhibition is The Wolfsonian’s first installation at The Frost Art Museum on FIU’s main campus, part of an ongoing initiative made possible by funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the generous collaboration of the Frost. Also on view at The Frost Art Museum that evening: the opening of the exhibition The Fantastic World of José Gurvich. Parking available in the Blue Parking Garage. For more information: 305.348.2890. Free.

Print, Winning the Battle of Production, 1943
Hugo Gellert (American, b. Hungary, 1892–1985)
From Century of the Common Man
Published by International Workers Order, New York
Serigraph
The Wolfsonian–FIU, The Mitchell Wolfson, Jr. Collection
TD1989.87.16

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