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Virtual Conversation: Ray Johnson c/o



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A photographic image of a young light-skinned man appears in between the upright portions of a blue letter U. A lower- and uppercased M also appear along with cursive writing.

Rimbaud, 1956

Ray Johnson. Promised gift of The William S. Wilson Collection of Ray Johnson

Hear from Caitlin Haskell, Gary C. and Frances Comer Curator, Modern and Contemporary Art, and Jordan Carter, curator at Dia Art Foundation, as they discuss Ray Johnson c/o and explore the life of “New York’s most famous unknown artist,” known for his meticulous collages, his foundational role in the development of mail art, and his early proximity to movements such as Pop, Fluxus, and Conceptual Art.

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