Lectures in Photography: Leslie Hewitt

Ferguson Lecture Hall, 600 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL

Lectures in Photography: Leslie Hewitt

New York-based artist Leslie Hewitt is known for her still life compositions made from personal, political, and social materials.  Hewitt graduated from the Cooper Union's School of Art in 2000 and went on to earn an MFA from Yale University in 2004. President and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim will deliver opening remarks at the lecture.

Co-presented by the Museum of Contemporary Photography and the Department of Photography at Columbia College Chicago.

 

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MoCP at 40

MoCP at 40

MoCP at 40

Museum of Contemporary Photography

The Museum of Contemporary Photography turns 40 in 2016, so of course a celebratory exhibition is in order. Ours, MoCP at 40, showcases contemporary photographic ...

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Lecture in Photography: Mark Sealy

Lecture in Photography: Mark Sealy

Lecture in Photography: Mark Sealy

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Past Events

Opening Reception: MoCP at 40

Opening Reception: MoCP at 40

Opening Reception: MoCP at 40

Museum of Contemporary Photography

Join us for an opening reception in honor of our newest exhibition, MoCP at 40. Commemorating the MoCP’s 40th anniversary, this exhibition will highlight a ...

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MoCP at 40

MoCP at 40

MoCP at 40

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The Museum of Contemporary Photography turns 40 in 2016, so of course a celebratory exhibition is in order. Ours, MoCP at 40, showcases contemporary photographic ...

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Lecture in Photography: Christian Boltanski

Lecture in Photography: Christian Boltanski

Lecture in Photography: Christian Boltanski

The Art Institute of Chicago - Rubloff Auditorium

Christian Boltanski is one of France’s foremost artists whose installations challenge basic assumptions of what constitutes an artwork. Since the 1960s, he has worked with ...

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Grace of Intention: Photography, Architecture and the Monument

Grace of Intention: Photography, Architecture and the Monument

Grace of Intention: Photography, Architecture and the Monument

Museum of Contemporary Photography

Monuments are deliberate gestures—objects or structures created to commemorate an event, person or era. Their meaning is usually imposed, and they often serve as focal ...

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