Tête-à-Tête: Conversations in Photography
I'm thrilled to have work in my my first museum show that is on view now though mid-September, 2016. This is the first show from the Michener's first curatorial fellow of photography, Kelsey Halliday Johnson. There are 10 pairs of photographers in the show including: Emmet Gowin (who I'm paired with), Andrea Modica, David Graham, Michael A. Smith, Tim Portlock, Daniel Traub, and many more.
From the Michener's website:
The Tête-à-Tête group exhibition celebrates over 25 years of photographic programming at the Michener and simultaneously takes a look at a new generation of contemporary regional photographers. The show proposes a dialogue between images by presenting unique pairings, each one with a work from the Michener’s permanent collection alongside a photograph by an artist making a debut at the museum.
James A. Michener Art Museum
Bette and Nelson Pfundt Gallery
June 11-September 11, 2016
Light Room's Annual Summer Exhibition
Additional photographs from my Remote Sensing series will be on view in Philadelphia during the Annual Lightroom Summer Exhibition at 3rd Street Gallery. The 1st Friday opening reception is on August 5, 2016, with an artists' reception and talks on Sunday, August 7.
45 North 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
t. (215) 625-0993
Hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 12-6pm
Steve McCurry: Afghanistan
The Michener show runs concurrent with a large Steve McCurry exhibition drawing from his extensive body from Afghanistan. Along with the photographs are ephemera and selection beautiful rugs deigned by Afghan women from Azru Studio Hope.