Laura Letinsky

Still Life Photographs, 1997–2012

Closed on Mar 24, 2013

Closed on Mar 24, 2013

North Building - Level 7
Included in general admission.

Laura Letinsky’s still life photographs have evolved from studies in melancholy and absence to subtle, yet surprising, explorations of perception, color and space. Wavering between flatness and volume, story and metaphor, these photographs contain mysteries that challenge viewers to keep looking and asking questions about how we see. This survey exhibition traces the paths Letinsky followed in her work from the late 1990s until today.

She will give a lecture about her work January 23. There will also be an Insider Moment with the artist on January 25.

Laura Letinsky: Still Life Photographs, 1997–2012, will be on view through March 24, 2013.

Laura Letinsky: Still Life Photographs, 1997–2012, is organized by the Denver Art Museum photography department, in collaboration with the artist and Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York. The exhibition is funded by the generous donors to the Annual Fund Leadership Campaign and by the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).

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