MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART/NORTH MIAMI
MY NAME IS MARYAN
Two Curator-led Tours
Tuesday, December 14 @ 10:30 AM and @ 1 PM
MY NAME IS MARYAN is the first exhaustive retrospective to critically examine all periods of Polish-born artist Maryan’s life and work. Maryan (bornPinchas Burstein in Nowy Sacz, Poland in 1927) was imprisoned by the Nazis and left for dead
in a mass grave. He renamed himself after the war, was sent to Israel in 1947, and studied visual arts in Jerusalem and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where he regularly exhibited after 1950. He was awarded the Prix des Critiques d’Art at the Paris Biennale in 1959, and his first solo presentation in the United States was held at the famed Andre Emmerich Gallery in 1960. By 1962, Maryan had settled in New York,
where he lived and worked in the Chelsea Hotel until his death in 1977.
MOCA Curator of Education, Amanda Covach.
Learn more about the exhibit here: https://mocanomi.org/2021/08/my-name-is-
Museum of Contemporary Art, 770 NE 125th Street, North Miami, FL 33161
Admission to the Museum is $10 pp, $3 for students and seniors, payableat the door; admission is FREE to members of MOCA.
Free parking is available immediately east west and south of the museum.
See directions and parking information here: https://mocanomi.org/sample-
PRE- or POST-TOUR FAN GATHERING:
FAN is not planning a group get-
together before or after the tours.
You can review MOCA’s COVID & Safety Guidelines here:
GUESTS ARE WELCOME!
Funding Arts Network website www.fundingartsnetwork.org by Friday,
December 10. Please include your guests’ names and contact information. (Simple
How-to: member-login to fundingartsnetwork.org, click on “Event Registration,” then the
date of the event!)
Please contact FAN Host Sydney Carpel directly with your preferred time for the
tour: either the 10:30 AM tour or the 1 PM tour.
Sydney Carpel email@example.com