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Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Naumann, Francis M., Montclair Art Museum Staff
Francis M. Naumann is the author of numerous articles and exhibition catalogues, including New York Data 1915-25 and Marcel Duchamp: The Art of Making Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction Gail Stavitsky is chief curator at the Montclair Art Museum, where she has written many exhibition catalogues, including Will Barnet: A Timeless WorldNaumann, Francis M. is the author of 'Conversion to Modernism The Early Work of Man Ray' with ISBN 9780813531489 and ISBN 0813531489.
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