Jean Louis Ernest Meissonier (French, 1815-1891); Honors Afforded to a Victor Standing on a Pedestal, 1873; brush and ink with white heightning. Gift of Mrs. Edwin Howland Blashfield. (DF.14)
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Posing Beauty: Behind the Scenes

“How many of you have been here before?” Nine weeks into the run of the exhibition Posing Beauty in African American Culture, I have come to expect that at least a handful of students will raise their hand. Some have been to the show three and four times. “Don’t worry,” I say, “every tour is different.”

Posing Beauty is a large exhibition of photographs that explores issues of body image, identity, gender, and race. I have lead tours of Posing Beauty…

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