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Fall 2004
Antoin Sevruguin
The Persian Image
Antoin Sevruguin
September 28, 2004 - December 12, 2004 Upstairs Gallery

Antoin Sevruguin’s striking photographic images of life in Iran from the 1870s to the 1930s reveal a land caught between the norms of traditional Islamic society and the complexities of the rapidly encroaching modern world. The exhibition includes 35 black-and-white photographs made from original negatives and vintage prints housed in the archives of the Smithsonian’s Arthur M. Sackler Galley and Freer Gallery of Art...MORE

Image on left: Veiled Woman With Pearls, 1890-1900 © Antoin Sevruguin
Chien Chi Chang
The Chain
Chien Chi Chang
September 28, 2004 - December 12, 2004 Downstairs Gallery

The photographic work of Chien-Chi Chang has frequently been concerned with the human conditions of alienation, connection and the nature of the ties that bind one person to others and to society. The Chain was produced between 1993 and 2000 at the Lung Fa Tang mental institution in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The subjects of these near life-sized black and white photographs are the patients that are chained together in pairs. These are people who have had their bonds to the rest of society - family, community - severed. And yet, as part of their treatment, they are chained to one another...MORE

Image on left: © Chien Chi Chang
Micha Bar-Am
Our Daily Bread
Micha Bar-Am
September 28, 2004 - December 12, 2004 Upstairs Gallery

From the founding of the state of Israel in 1948 to the present day, conflict in the Middle East has centered on this tiny nation. From his days on a Kibbutz in the late 1940s and throughout the region’s tumultuous history in the 1950s, 60s and 70s, Micha Bar-Am photographed the life of his people and his country chronicling its flow of immigrants, its festivals and demonstrations, and its ever-present conflicts...MORE

Image on left: Demonstration, Western Wall, Jerusalem, 1989 © Micha Bar-Am
Lauren Greenfield
Girl Culture
Lauren Greenfield
September 28, 2004 - December 12, 2004 Upstairs Gallery

For over five years, award-winning photojournalist Lauren Greenfield photographed the daily lives and rituals of girls around the United States. Girl Culture investigates girls’ relationship to their bodies and the ways the female body has become a template for the conflicting messages to girls within contemporary culture...MORE

Image on left: Alli, Annie, Hannah, and Berit, all 13, before the first big party of the seventh grade, Edina, MN © Lauren Greenfield
Bill Armstrong, Lorna Bieber, Kathryn Dunlevie, Yuri Kuper
Fresh Work IV: Actualities
Fresh Work 4
May 18, 2004 - September 3, 2004 Downstairs Gallery

New photographic art engaging the themes of representation, reality and illusion. Features the work of Kathryn Dunlevie, Lorna Bieber, Bill Armstrong and Yuri Kuper. This is the fourth in the museum’s continuing series of Fresh Work exhibitions...MORE
Jane Calvin
Discontinuum
Jane Calvin
May 18, 2004 - September 3, 2004 Downstairs Gallery

Jane Calvin’s richly colored photographs are constructed by arranging found objects and projected imagery into room-sized sculptural assemblages, which she then photographs. Imagery and text fragments gleaned from advertising, story books, movie posters, romance and mystery novels, along with dolls, dresses, and other props, all conspire in Calvin’s final photographs to reflect and blur demarcations between fact and fiction, evil and innocence, tenderness and violence...MORE

Image on left: Sentence, 2001 © Jane Calvin
Melissa Ann Pinney, Marianne Thomas, and Anu Palakunnathu Matthews
Women's Worlds
Melissa Ann Pinney
May 18, 2004 - September 3, 2004 Upstairs Gallery

This exhibition brings together three separate but related photography exhibitions by contemporary photographers that each examine a unique women’s sub-culture. Melissa Ann Pinney presents compelling images of American girls and women from her recent monograph, “Regarding Emma.” Marianne Thomas documents the lives of contemporary women in Bali. Annu Palakunnathu Matthews’ series “Bollywood Satirized” presents large color murals that satirize Indian movie posters, popular culture and the melodrama of Indian life...MORE

Image on left: © Melissa Ann Pinney
Permanent Collection
The Human Experience
Jane Calvin
May 18, 2004 - September 3, 2004 Upstairs Gallery

Images that come to our attention in the media often seem to reinforce our notions of the separateness of the cultures of the world and the differences between people. Images can convey profound insights into the restless and relentless activity of the people of the world in their quest for survival, sustenance, pleasure and comfort. From dramatic, life-changing events to the smallest personal moment, these photographs seek to find the common threads that bind all people together, whatever their culture...MORE

Image on left: Morocco, 1999 © Chris Rainier
Group Exhibition
Man-ifestations: Photographs of Men
Miky
May 18 - September 3, 2004

In this exhibition, contemporary photographers explore the image of the male in culture. Features the work of Kay Kenny, Orville Robertson, Arlene Gottfried, Vincent Cianni, Maggie Taylor and Ray Eduardo Ochoa Robbennolt. Curated by Orville Robertson and Kay Kenny...MORE.

Image on left: Miky and Guardian Angel, 1998 © Arlene Gottfried

Group Exhibition
Magna Brava

January 20, 2004 - April 23, 2004 Downstairs Gallery

Group Exhibition (Daytona Beach News-Journal)
Fast Company

January 20, 2004 - April 23, 2004 Downstairs Gallery

Group Exhibition
An Eye For The City

January 20, 2004 - April 23, 2004 Downstairs Gallery



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