Since 1991, Mark Sealy has served as director of Autograph ABP, the Association of Black Photographers, based in Shoreditch, London. He has written for a number of international photography publications, including Foam Magazine (Amsterdam), Aperture (New York), and in 2002, published Different, a book project focused on photography and identity. Sealy is currently a PhD candidate at Durham University, England. His research and curatorial practice focus on photography and cultural violence. Lectures in Photography are co-presented by the MoCP and the Department of Photography at Columbia College Chicago.
Join the Museum of Contemporary Photography for a public opening reception for The Many Hats of Ralph Arnold: Art, Identity & Politics and Echoes: ...Read more
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 ...Read more
Keynote Lecture: Richard J. Powell Friday, October 19, 6pm Richard J. Powell is John Spencer Bassett Professor of Art & Art History at Duke ...Read more