Lectures in Photography & co-presentation with the MoCP : Susan Bright

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Lectures in Photography & co-presentation with the MoCP : Susan Bright

Susan Bright is a British curator and writer based in Manhattan. Her curatorial practice operates across the registers of exhibition making, writing, public speaking, and teaching. She strives to engage across different methodologies and scales of working, taking in projects in national museums, non-profit medium scale galleries, publications, and formal education. Particular research interests include contemporary portraiture specializing in the representation of mothers across fine art and the media. She was formally a curator at the National Portrait Gallery and Acting Director for the MA Photography at Sotheby's Institute of Art, London. Recent exhibitions include: Home Truths: Photography and Motherhood (The Photographers' Gallery/Foundling Museum, London and MoCP, Chicago); Something Out Of Nothing (Fotogalleriet, Oslo); 1+1=3 Contemporary British Portraiture (Australian Centre of Photography, Sydney); How We Are: Photographing Britain (co-curated with Val Williams, Tate Britain) and Face of Fashion at the National Portrait Gallery, London. She is author of Art Photography Now and Auto Focus-The Self Portrait in Contemporary Photography, both published by Thames and Hudson. She is currently pursuing a Curatorial PhD through Goldsmiths College, University of London. Official webpage http://susanbright.net/

 

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Upcoming Events

Workshop and Discussion: Mapping Petroleum Lives

Workshop and Discussion: Mapping Petroleum Lives

Workshop and Discussion: Mapping Petroleum Lives

Museum of Contemporary Photography

Led by exhibiting artist Rozalinda Borcilă, this mapping-from-below workshop uses prompts and facilitated exercises to develop a discussion of the various ways petroleum shapes our ...

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Workshop - Seeing Dust: DIY Particle Sensor

Workshop - Seeing Dust: DIY Particle Sensor

Workshop - Seeing Dust: DIY Particle Sensor

Location TBD, see mocp.org

Exhibiting artists Marissa Lee Benedict and David Rueter will lead this workshop, in which participants will learn about particulate matter air pollution and build their ...

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Lecture in Photography: Martha Rosler

Lecture in Photography: Martha Rosler

Lecture in Photography: Martha Rosler

Ferguson Lecture Hall

Martha Rosler creates incisive social and political analyses of the myths and realities of contemporary culture. Her work explores issues from daily life and the ...

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Symposium - Petcoke: Tracing Dirty Energy

Symposium - Petcoke: Tracing Dirty Energy

Symposium - Petcoke: Tracing Dirty Energy

Museum of Contemporary Photography

This full day event will feature exhibiting artists, activists and scholars who are engaged around the relationship between the expanding petcoke industry and its effect ...

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Lecture in Photography: Joel-Peter Witkin

Lecture in Photography: Joel-Peter Witkin

Lecture in Photography: Joel-Peter Witkin

Stage Two

Joel-Peter Witkin is renowned as the creator of elaborately constructed and often erotically charged photographic tableaux exploring grand themes of religion, sex and mortality with ...

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Past Events

Excursion: Bubbles and Clouds

Excursion: Bubbles and Clouds

Excursion: Bubbles and Clouds

Museum of Contemporary Photography

This field trip begins with a meet up at the MoCP for a briefing session and group viewing of the Petcoke: Tracing Dirty Energy exhibition ...

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Opening Reception - Petcoke: Tracing Dirty Energy

Opening Reception - Petcoke: Tracing Dirty Energy

Opening Reception - Petcoke: Tracing Dirty Energy

Museum of Contemporary Photography

Rozalinda Borcilӑ Terry Evans Geissler/Sann Brian Holmes Claire Pentecost Steve Rowell David Rueter and Marissa Lee Benedict Victoria Sambunaris Join us for an opening reception for our new exhibition Petcoke: Tracing Dirty Energy. ...

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FIRST LOOK: 2016 Fine Print Party

FIRST LOOK: 2016 Fine Print Party

FIRST LOOK: 2016 Fine Print Party

The Brass Monkey

The Brass Monkey 401 N Morgan $50; tickets also available at the door Ticket includes hors d'oeuvres and open bar Suggested Dress Code: 70s Glam You are invited to a ...

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