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Culture Shock @ The Breman Museum

Now On View

The exhibition: Culture Shock, featuring the work of John Gutmann, is now on view at the Breman Museum. To purchase tickets, follow this LINK to the Breman website.

Culture Shock focuses on an early period of creative flowering for the Jewish photographer, a German refugee who arrived in the U.S. during the Great Depression. The exhibition showcases over 60 revealing images of American popular culture that Gutmann captured as only an outsider could.

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Presentation by Jane Levy Reed

Below is the presentation delivered at the Breman Museum on October 2, 2022, by filmmaker Jane Levy Reed. Reed a close personal friend of Gutmann, shared her insights and knowledge of the artist.

An online 3D Tour is now available, and a version of the virtual exhibition can be found on the Lumière website at this LINK.

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