TAG: photography

Matthew Brandt, Lake Isabella CA TC 2, 2014. Three chromogenic prints soaked in Lake Isabella water.

Challenging Terrain

Landscape Photography in the 21st Century
Opens June 24, 2018

The exhibition of more than 80 contemporary landscape photographs will gauge how artists stretch the boundaries of traditional landscape photography to reflect the environmental attitudes, perceptions, and values of our time. More

Alison Rossiter, Lumière Lumitra
Event: Lectures & Programs

Anderman Photography Lecture: Alison Rossiter

Friday, November 17, 2017 - 7:00pm8:30pm.

Alison Rossiter’s unique handmade camera-less photographs emphasize the process and materiality of the photographic image in an increasingly digital age. She collects expired photo papers spanning every decade of the 20th century and explores the visual potential that remains in these often forgotten relics. More

Portrait of Fazal Sheikh by A. Beck.
Event: Lectures & Programs

Anderman Photography Lecture: Fazal Sheikh

Tuesday, September 12, 2017 - 7:00pm8:30pm.

During his nearly 25-year career, photographer Fazal Sheikh has focused on raising awareness of international human rights issues through his critically acclaimed work. The artist will discuss his documentary-based photography practice. More

Fazal Sheikh, Alima Hassan Abdullai and her brother Mahmoud, Somali refugee camp, Mandera, Kenya, from the series A Camel for the Son, 1993. © Fazal Sheikh
Event: Tours

Common Ground Public Tours

Occurs every Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday through November 12, 2017. Next Occurs on

Join a 45-minute public tour of Common Ground: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh, 1989-2013, offered Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays at 2 pm, August 13 through November 12. Included with general admission, reservations not required. More

Image © Alejandro Cartagena
Event: Lectures & Programs

Anderman Photography Lecture Series: Alejandro Cartagena

Thursday, May 18, 2017 - 7:00pm8:30pm.

Alejandro Cartagena's series "Suburbia Mexicana" explores the trappings of wealth and prosperity in contemporary Mexico. In "Carpoolers" he studies the workers who commute to work in the United States every day. These and other series by Cartagena ask questions about the costs, and the ultimate value, of aspiring to succeed in a complex global economy. More

Common Ground

Common Ground

Photographs by Fazal Sheikh, 1989-2013
Aug 13, 2017–Nov 12, 2017

Common Ground: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh, 1989-2013, is a survey of the nearly 25-year career of the critically acclaimed photographer Fazal Sheikh. Born and raised in New York City, the artist has focused on raising awareness of international human rights issues through his documentary-based photography practice. More

Matthew Brandt, Lost Lake, WY 2, 2013
Event: Lectures & Programs

Anderman Photography Lecture Series | Matthew Brandt

Thursday, April 20, 2017 - 7:00pm8:30pm.

Matthew Brandt pushes the limits of the photographic medium with physical manipulations of his prints and unusual, even bizarre, material choices like bees, candy, cocaine, and dust. While his work is rooted in process, the choices he makes intricately tie the making of his art to the subjects he depicts. More

Carol Golemboski
Event: Lectures & Programs

Month of Photography Lecture: Carol Golemboski

Friday, March 3, 2017 - 7:00pm8:30pm.

From photography’s earliest days, the medium has mingled science with magic. With scenes constructed from her personal cabinet of curiosities, Carol Golemboski’s work recalls this sense of amazement. Her hand-abraded negatives with additions of drawings and text evoke the fears and fascinations of womanhood and evince hazy memories that might be real and might not. More

Andrew Beckham-a star chart of brambles
Event: Lectures & Programs

Month of Photography Lecture: Andrew Beckham

Friday, March 17, 2017 - 7:00pm8:30pm.

Andrew Beckham has been called a “visual poet” for his contemplative body of work that seeks to make sense of humanity’s place in nature. In his photography, the minutia of life has equal weight to the sublime vista. His juxtapositions of scale and visual associations elicit thoughts on both form and the psyche, and lend poignancy to the places and things he depicts. More

Ben Rasmussen-Olive Trees
Event: Lectures & Programs

Month of Photography Lecture: Benjamin Rasmussen

Thursday, March 30, 2017 - 7:00pm8:30pm.

Benjamin Rasmussen grew up in a family of missionaries in the rural Philippines and questions of home, community, and identity were endemic to his childhood experience. These human connections have continued to drive his photographic practice. More

Wendy Red Star, Pretty Medicine Pipe & Old Crow (1873 Crow Delegation), 2017
Event: Lectures & Programs

Wendy Red Star: Decolonizing Photography

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 7:00pm8:00pm.

Historical photography of Native people is widespread and many of these images become iconic and appropriated as part of American popular culture. But what is missing from our understanding of these photographs? More

Timothy H. O'Sullivan, Ancient Ruins in the Cañon de Chelle, N.M. In a Niche 50 Feet above Present Cañon Bed., 1873. Albumen silver print.

On Desert Time

Landscape Photographs by O’Sullivan & Bell, 1871–1874
May 29, 2016–Jan 8, 2017

This exhibition presents photographs by Timothy H. O’Sullivan and William H. Bell made in the American Southwest, 1871-1874, during expeditions on the Wheeler Survey. More

Danny Singer, Saco, MT

Standing Still

Photographs by Danny Singer
Dec 13, 2015–May 22, 2016

This exhibition offers eleven views of small towns on the North American prairie. Singer photographed the kinds of places most travelers overlook in their rush to get from one city to the next. The result is a series of what Singer calls “paper movies” that evoke the feeling of driving slowly down Main Street, taking things in a little at a time. More