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Opening Reception for "(Re)viewing Bodies: Selected American Photographs"
Ticket Price: FREE!
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Since the invention of photography, viewers have responded with immediacy to photographs of people. Roland Barthes wrote about the indexical nature of the photograph--the fact that "that has been," the evidence that a certain person once stood in front of the camera. “(Re)viewing Bodies: Selected American Photographs” examines the ways in which 20th-century American photographers have represented the body, whether as subject or compositional element. Topics include the abstracted or fragmented body, the body and labor, the body and performance, the body in social situations, and the body in pain. The exhibition includes works by Diane Arbus, Larry Burrows, Harry Callahan, Judy Dater, Gordon Parks, and Jerry Uelsmann. Organized by Wesleyan University students in the Museum Studies seminar, the show includes more than fifty American photographs from the Davison Art Center collection.

 

5-7pm.

 

 

 



Venue Information
Davison Art Center
301 High Street
Middletown
, CT
06459
1 860-685-2500
Presenting Organization
Wesleyan Center for the Arts
1 860-685-3355
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