With a 40 year history, the Southeast Museum of Photography has hosted and curated hundreds of exhibitions. The following list provides a brief overview of highlights from the exhibition history.
This exhibition features a range of printed media including traditional mediums as well as imagery printed on acrylic, vinyl, and wallpaper installed within the space. This diverse and experimental roster of medium illustrates how Betancourt’s image making need not be contained by traditional framing and installation techniques. Further, this technique reinforces the primacy of concept over technique.
On exhibit Fall 2017, Photo by Carlos Betancourt
Minkkinen's images from the 1970's and 1980's, contemporary and recent work, image murals, and, in a rare move for Minkkinen, selections of his color photography
On exhibit Fall 2017, Photo by Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Eight Daytona State College photography alumni return to the Southeast Museum of Photography to exhibit recent work ranging from defending rhinoceroses from poachers, remembrances from the Orlando Pulse shooting, documenting life in D.C. as a White House photographer, and an exploration of how diversity shapes a metropolis.
On exhibit Summer and Fall 2017, Photo by Cassi Alexandra
Departures is a juried exhibition featuring portfolios of recent graduates from the Daytona State College A.S. Degree in Photographic Technology. This exhibit features photographs by the graduating class of 2017.
On exhibit Summer 2017, Photo by Katie Charlesworth
The UCF Thesis Exhibition showcases portfolios by the 2017 graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Photography program at the University of Central Florida – Daytona Beach. Through this unique partnership between Daytona State College and the University of Central Florida, students leave this program with strong technical, creative, and critical thinking skills – empowering graduates for lifelong success in a variety of professional photographic fields..
On exhibit Spring 2017, Photo by Tori Camera
“A House is Not a Home” is a series of self-portraits conveying feelings of isolation and discontent experienced when returning to my hometown in Ohio. The character in this series acts as a hyper-feminine version of myself, exploring an alternate reality where I coexist with a suburban backdrop, yet struggle to psychologically acclimate to gender roles often found in a nuclear family structure.
On exhibit Spring 2017, Photo by Brooke DiDonato
Raymond Smith's collection of photographs depicting his trip through the American South in 1974. Organized by the Montgomery Museum of Fine Art.
On exhibit Spring 2017, photo by Wyatt Peck