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In Process: Contemporary Photographers Rethinking their Medium
Abelardo Morell, Camera Obscura Image of Manhattan, South in Conference Room, 1996
For more than 10 years, Holy Cross Alumnus Mark D. Nevins has been building a collection of contemporary process-based photography.
This exhibition comprises works from Nevins’ collection, by artists exploring the medium in diverse ways. Through their unique processes, each artist crosses the boundaries between media, and reconsiders the role of light, materiality, color, and subject on the photographic object — to beautiful and often enigmatic results.
Works included are by Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer, Ellen Carey, John Chiara, Jessica Eaton, Bryan Graf, Pello Irazu, Gottfried Jäger, Farrah Karapetian, BarbaraView more
Free and open to the public
Additional time info:
Tuesday, March 15| 5 p.m. |Rehm Library
Collecting Process-based Photography
A conversation with collector Mark D. Nevins ’86 and Randy Rosen, Independent Curator
Gallery opening at 6 p.m.
Wednesday, March 16 |4.30 p.m. |Hogan 519
Artist Talk by Abelardo Morell, photographer
Wednesday, March 23 |4.30 p.m. | Rehm Library
Artist Talk by Bryan Graf, photographer
Wednesday, March 30 | 12.15 p.m. |Cantor Art Gallery
Offline Images—Photographs as Objects
In-person Gallery Talk with Matthew Gamber, Associate Professor, Visual Arts Department
Tuesday, April 5 | 7 p.m.
On Process: A Discussion with artists Penelope Umbrico and Ellen Carey
Virtual Panel Discussion moderated by Professor Matthew Gamber, with curator Randy Rosen
Registration link for the Zoom webinar is on the Cantor website.
1 College Street, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA 01610
The Cantor Art Gallery is located in the Prior Performing Arts Center, upper campus, next to the Hogan Center, third level, directly above the main entrance to the building.Parking is available directly in front of the building.
Please call 508-793-3356 for assistance with handicap access.
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