Elizabeth Armstrong

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Assistant director for exhibitions and programs and curator of contemporary art of the Orange County Museum of Art and curator of the exhibition Birth of the Cool: California Art, Design, and Culture at Midcentury

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Goodbye, Julius Shulman

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Images from the Orange County Museum of Art exhibit,    Birth of the Cool       Julius Shulman's Case Study #21           William Claxton's Jam Session

Romantic Spanish Meets Cool Modern

Images from the Orange County Museum of Art exhibit, Birth of the Cool Julius Shulman's Case Study #21 William Claxton's Jam Session

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