Charles Ray

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, Ray Originally Raymond Charles Robinson. 1930-2004.
American musician and composer whose songs, such as "What'd I Say," (1959) are rooted in gospel music, blues, and jazz.
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"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness," said Charles Ray Huddleston, quoting Mark Twain with a smiling Collin County, Texas, drawl as he talks about the importance of the U.S.
Ambitious and entertaining solo and group exhibitions have included established figures such as Louise Bourgeois, Mark Bradford, Maurizio Cattelan, Robert Gober, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Jim Hodges, Ellsworth Kelly, Charles Ray, Gerhard Richter and Cindy Sherman, as well as the work of a large number of emerging artists.
The Mclvor Shooting Facility opened near Sardis adjacent to the Charles Ray Nix Wildlife Management Area on Saturday as a $4 million public-private investment.
In 1976, a jury convicted Charles Ray Finch of first-degree murder.
MARION -- Charles Ray Blankenship, age 89, Marion, passed away peacefully at 9:26 a.m.
Among the artists set to participate in the inaugural installations are Bourgeois, Michael Heizer, Roni Horn, On Kawara, Brice Marden, Lygia Pape, Martin Puryear and Charles Ray.
Trissell - Charles Ray Trissell, 74, of Springfield died Nov.
Charles Ray and Deputy Commandant for Mission Support Vice Adm.
Among the state's wildlife management areas that have made preparations for dove hunters are Black Prairie, Copiah County, Divide Section, Hell Creek, Howard Miller, Indianola, Leroy Percy, Mahannah, Muscadine Farms, O'Keefe, Tuscumbia, Yockanookany, Charles Ray Nix, and Okatibee.
Calvin Tomkins' May 11 New Yorker profile of my old college professor, the sculptor Charles Ray, better known as Charley, details a public monument that the Whitney commissioned for the plaza of its new building, which opened last month. 11 October-18 January 2015 Bringing together 13 large-scale works by Katharina Fritsch, Jeff Koons and Charles Ray, this exhibition, which begins with iconic pieces from the late 1980s and '90s, looks at how these artists have embraced and reinvented the traditions of sculpture.
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