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Gail Rebhan (Art 81)

Gail Rebhan notes, “I am thrilled to announce my retrospective exhibition Gail Rebhan: About Time, curated by prominent photo historian Sally Stein opens Feb. 4 at the American University Museum – Katzen Arts Center and runs through May 21, 2023. In conjunction with the exhibition, MACK Books is publishing Gail Rebhan: About Time with running commentaries by Sally Stein. Available now for preorder. Publication date January 2023.

Four panel discussions are planned. • The Deeply Social Art of Gail Rebhan – Sunday, Feb. 5, 2-3 pm with Jack Rasmussen, director of the American University Museum / Steve Nelson, dean of the National Gallery of Art’s Center for the Advanced Study of the Visual Arts / Sally Stein, curator and professor emerita, art history, University of California-Irvine / Gail Rebhan, artist. • First-Generation American Visions Bridging Old and New Worlds / Saturday, March 4, 2-3 pm with Atina Grossmann, professor of History Cooper Union and senior resident scholar at Holocaust Museum / Ori Z. Soltes, professor of the teaching of Jewish civilization, Georgetown University / Erin Devine, author of Translation and Transgression in the Art of Shirin Neshat. Routledge Press, 2023 / Gail Rebhan, artist. • The Draw (& Drawbacks) of Family Connections for Women Artists & Their Art / Saturday, March 25, 2-3 pm with Jennie Klein, professor of Art History, Ohio University, Leena Jayaswal, professor and director of photography, American University / Andrea Liss, professor emerita contemporary art historian and cultural theorist, California State University-San Marcos / Gail Rebhan artist. • Greater DC and the depiction of urban flux / Saturday, April 29, 2-3 pm with Marsha Coleman Adebayo, president of the Bethesda African Cemetery Coalition / Sarah Jane Shoenfeld, co-founder of mapping segregation in Washington and Principal Prologue DC / Gail Rebhan, artist. I hope to see you at the opening reception on Feb. 4, 6-9 pm and/or at the panel discussions. Please note that currently the American University Museum is only open Friday-Sunday 11 am–4 pm and to enter the museum, visitors must show proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.”