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Modernism goes old-school this Sunday, Oct. 4 with the opening of some rarely seen Ettore "Ted" DeGrazia pieces on display at DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun (6300 N Swan Road) as part of Tucson Modernism Week. The special exhibit includes pieces from the artist in almost every medium imaginable from mid-century screen prints, to textile designs, and even furniture inspired by the southwest. Live music and a fashion exhibit inspired by DeGrazia will add to the ambience the opening night, for no extra charge. The pieces will be on display until Saturday Oct 10.Visit the event's Facebook page for more information.

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