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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Opening Reception: Traversing the Past

Opening Reception: Traversing the Past

Opening Reception: Traversing the Past

MoCP

Please join us for the opening reception of Traversing the Past: Adam Golfer, Diana Matar, Hrvoje Slovenc , a new exhibition at the MoCP that ...

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Lecture in Photography: Diana Matar

Lecture in Photography: Diana Matar

Lecture in Photography: Diana Matar

Stage Two

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 ...

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DARKROOM 2018

DARKROOM 2018

DARKROOM 2018

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DARKROOM Thursday, March 1 5:30 – 6:30 p.m., VIP Reception 6:30 – 9 p.m., Benefit Auction and Party Venue Six10 610 S. Michigan Ave. Join the MoCP for our annual benefit ...

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Past Events

Reception: Jess T. Dugan at Center on Halsted

Reception: Jess T. Dugan at Center on Halsted

Reception: Jess T. Dugan at Center on Halsted

Center on Halsted

Join us for a reception with the photographer Jess T. Dugan to celebrate the Museum of Contemporary Photography satellite exhibition at Center on Halsted, featuring ...

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MoCP After Dark

MoCP After Dark

MoCP After Dark

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Join us at MoCP After Dark, a new evening event series at the Museum of Contemporary Photography. Meet the author Shantrelle P. Lewis and celebrate ...

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Lecture in Photography: Corey Keller | Take a Picture, It'll Last Longer

Lecture in Photography: Corey Keller | Take a Picture, It'll Last Longer

Lecture in Photography: Corey Keller | Take a Picture, It'll Last Longer

Ferguson Lecture Hall

Corey Keller Curator of photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Take a Picture, It'll Last Longer Corey Keller, curator of photography at the San Francisco ...

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Satellite Exhibition: Center on Halsted

Satellite Exhibition: Center on Halsted

Satellite Exhibition: Center on Halsted

Center on Halsted

In conjunction with the museum’s fall exhibition Disruptive Perspectives (October 12 – December 22), the Museum of Contemporary Photography is excited to announce a satellite ...

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Dammeyer Fellow Fall Reception

Dammeyer Fellow Fall Reception

Dammeyer Fellow Fall Reception

Museum of Contemporary Photography

Join us for a reception to introduce new 2017-18 Diane Dammeyer Fellow, Anahid Ghorbani. The Diane Dammeyer Fellowship in Photographic Arts and Social Issues creates ...

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