the Spring of 2002, Harold Lehman was invited to exhibit two Post
Surrealist paintings in the inaugural exhibit of the new Pasadena
Museum of California Art located in Pasadena, California. Curator
Michael Duncan gathered the work of nine of the main artists involved
with the Post Surrealist movement that took place in Los Angeles
in the 1930's, which include Lorser Feitelson and Philip Guston.
Harold Lehman's The Adolescent and
Portrait of a Dancer Plus a Scluptor
are two Post Surrealist paintings featured in the show. The exibit
began in Pasadena in June, 2002 and traveled to the Nora Eccles
Museum of Art, Utah State University in Logan, Utah where it will
be on display from October 11, 2002 through January 24, 2003.
Read article published in Art In America (January 1996) by Michael Duncan about Post-Surrealist exibit Pacific Dreams and Harold Lehman's painting Portrait of a Dancer Plus a Sculptor.