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Arnold Newman: Luminaries of the Twentieth Century in Art, Politics, and Culture

  • Fenimore Art Museum 5798 New York 80 Cooperstown, NY, 13326 United States (map)
“Woody Allen, New York, New York” (1996), Photograph by Arnold Newman. ©Arnold Newman Properties/Getty Images

“Woody Allen, New York, New York” (1996), Photograph by Arnold Newman. ©Arnold Newman Properties/Getty Images

October 19 - December 31

Arnold Newman: Luminaries of the Twentieth Century in Art, Politics, and Culture is an exhibition of the innovative minds and personalities that defined a century as seen through the eyes of one of its own; Arnold Newman. Recognized as the ‘Father of Environmental Portraiture,’ Newman’s work is collected and exhibited in major museums and collections around the world. With over 60 portraits, including Pablo Picasso, Igor Stravinsky, Martha Graham, John F. Kennedy, and Woody Allen, this collection brings to light the names and faces that gave rise to the ideas and concepts that have shaped our world.