The Designs of Sonia Delaunay Lecture and "A Woman of Paris" Screening

The Designs of Sonia Delaunay Lecture and "A Woman of Paris" Screening

American Cinematheque

60 min. Join us for an illustrated presentation by Lisa Schoening on the life and work of artist Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979). The first living female artist to be given a retrospective at the Louvre, Delaunay was one of the Art Deco era’s leading fashion designers as well as a co-founder of the Orphism art movement. Followed at 3:00pm by: A WOMAN OF PARIS. 1923, Janus Films, 78 min, USA, Dir: Charlie Chaplin. One of the rare Chaplin films not starring Chaplin, this romantic drama stars Edna Purviance as a woman who bounces back and forth between the security of a wealthy lover (played by the great Adolphe Menjou) and the passion of a poor artist.
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