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May 22nd, 2022 – June 18th, 2022
RPS
Edinburgh, KI

RPS Landscape Exhibition - Edinburgh

The Landscape Group of the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) is holding an outdoor exhibition of landscape photographs in cities across the UK.  The exhibition comprises c60 prints on 22 panels.We are proud that Edinburgh is the first location to hold the exhibition, which runs here...

Culture of Hair

May 12th, 2022 – June 25th, 2022
Colorado Photographic Arts Center
Denver, CO

Culture of Hair

On view from May 12 - June 25, 2022 at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center is Culture of Hair - a collection of photographs from bodies of work by Tara Bogart, Inyang Essien, Rohina Hoffman, Nancy Grace Horton, & DM Witman. Hair is a fundamental part...

45 Paleolithic Handaxes from Transfigurations: Reanimating the Past by David Lebrun

September 21st, 2021 – July 16th, 2022 CST
Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art
Manhattan, KS

45 Paleolithic Handaxes from Transfigurations: Reanimating the Past by David Lebrun

Gallery exhibition: September 21, 2021 – July 16, 2022 Visitors who encounter this video installation will experience the past in new ways as they examine some of the earliest tools crafted by humans. Though the stone artifacts from archaeological sites throughout Europe will not be present,...

October 07th, 2022 – November 07th, 2022
SPE at the 2022 FotoFocus Biennial
Cincinnati, OH

WE, the Women's Caucus Exhibition presents Searching For Life: Re-growth & Display

The Society for Photographic Education's Women's Caucus perpetually reinvents the definition of the presumptive "photographic document" and recalls the many interpersonal relationships within their female identifying role, identities, and responsibilities. This ongoing photographic and cinematic experience creates and examines the personal, and transcends a reflections...

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