Lecture in Photography: Diana Matar

Stage Two, 618 S Michigan Ave, Chicago IL, 60605

Lecture in Photography: Diana Matar

Using photography, testimony, and archive, Diana Matar explores the controversial question of how beauty can be used in the depiction of power and violence. Speaking about her long-term projects Evidence and This Violent Land, Matar will discuss the practicalities of her research methods and explore how photography can respond to history and our contemporary political reality.

 

Lectures in Photography are co-presented by the MoCP and the Photography Department at Columbia College Chicago.

Upcoming Events

Lecture in Photography: Lucas Foglia

Lecture in Photography: Lucas Foglia

Lecture in Photography: Lucas Foglia

618 S. Michigan Ave.

Exhibiting artist Lucas Foglia will discuss his project Human Nature as well as his broader artistic practice. Foglia’s work is in the permanent collections of ...

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Opening Reception: The Many Hats of Ralph Arnold and Echoes: Reframing Collage

Opening Reception: The Many Hats of Ralph Arnold and Echoes: Reframing Collage

Opening Reception: The Many Hats of Ralph Arnold and Echoes: Reframing Collage

Museum of Contemporary Photography

Join the Museum of Contemporary Photography for a public opening reception for The Many Hats of Ralph Arnold: Art, Identity & Politics and Echoes: ...

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“Say It With Pictures” Then and Now: Chicago’s African American Photographers

“Say It With Pictures” Then and Now: Chicago’s African American Photographers

“Say It With Pictures” Then and Now: Chicago’s African American Photographers

600 S. Michigan Ave.

The Museum of Contemporary Photography will host art historian Amy Mooney in conversation with the esteemed photography scholar Deborah Willis in an unprecedented reveal of ...

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Symposium: Unfinished Business! The South Side and Chicago Art

Symposium: Unfinished Business! The South Side and Chicago Art

Symposium: Unfinished Business! The South Side and Chicago Art

Various Locations

Keynote Lecture: Richard J. Powell Friday, October 19, 6pm Richard J. Powell is John Spencer Bassett Professor of Art & Art History at Duke ...

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Photos at Noon: Collage

Photos at Noon: Collage

Photos at Noon: Collage

Museum of Contemporary Photography

Join us for a print viewing of works from the museum’s collection made with the collage technique employed by the artists in the current exhibitions. ...

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MoCP After Dark

MoCP After Dark

MoCP After Dark

Museum of Contemporary Photography

Join us for an after-hours party at MoCP After Dark. Against the backdrop of The Many Hats of Ralph Arnold and Echoes: Reframing Collage, dance ...

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Holiday Photo Book Bazaar

Holiday Photo Book Bazaar

Holiday Photo Book Bazaar

Join us for a special celebration of photography books. Local photographers of note including Jess T. Dugan, Barbara Diener, Laura Letinsky, and Cecil McDonald, Jr. ...

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Past Events

Photos at Noon: Constructed and Staged Images

Photos at Noon: Constructed and Staged Images

Photos at Noon: Constructed and Staged Images

MoCP Print Study Room

Get to know the museum's collection this summer with a series of public print viewings. MoCP's curator of academic programs and collections will lead a ...

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Photos at Noon: Landscape and Place

Photos at Noon: Landscape and Place

Photos at Noon: Landscape and Place

MoCP Print Study Room

Get to know the museum's collection this summer with a series of public print viewings. MoCP's curator of academic programs and collections will lead a ...

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Family Day: Natural Elements

Family Day: Natural Elements

Family Day: Natural Elements

MoCP

Celebrate summer with Family Day at the MoCP. Kids of all ages and their grownups can participate in a sun print workshop, photo scavenger hunt, ...

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Photos at Noon: Portraiture and the Human Subject

Photos at Noon: Portraiture and the Human Subject

Photos at Noon: Portraiture and the Human Subject

MoCP

Get to know the museum's collection this summer with a series of public print viewings. MoCP's curator of academic programs and collections will lead a ...

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MoCP Teen Night

MoCP Teen Night

MoCP Teen Night

MoCP

Chicago teens are invited to participate in an evening of teen-led programs: Compete in a photo scavenger hunt (and win prizes!)Make zines and buttons about environmental ...

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