Looking Bac: Ferdinand Bac 1859-1952
Artist, writer, and landscape architect, Ferdinand Bac accomplished more in his ninety-three years than most people could in twice that time. Looking Bac: Ferdinand Bac, 1859–1952 brings together Bac’s drawings and prints, generously loaned by Madame Sylviane Jullian, and the UIMA permanent collection. Divided into three sections—biography and nostalgia, women, and World War II—the exhibition examines Bac’s career.
Looking Bac is curated by UIMA Assistant Curator of Special Projects Kimberly Musial Datchuk, with translations and research assistance from Natalie J. A. Benson, PhD, Drake University.
It is generously supported by the Koza Family Fund, the Members Special Exhibition Fund, and the Richard V.M. Corton, M.D. and Janet Y. Corton Exhibition Fund.
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Wednesday, May 16 at 10:00am to 5:00pm
Iowa Memorial Union (IMU), Black Box Theater, third floor
125 North Madison Street, Iowa City, Iowa