Privilege and Consequence
The Colorado Photographic Arts Center presents Privilege and Consequence, a juried exhibition that takes a contemporary look at how art and photography fight against the status quo through the images of 20 photographers. Juror Kris Graves selected these artists from a pool of more than 160 entries from photographers located across the country.
"As Privilege and Consequence is the title of the exhibition, what can be understood throughout is the consequence of privilege. The artists that make up our exhibition are working on photographic projects that fall in between concept and document; focusing heavily on protest, as well as societal issues plaguing our citizens and landscape. Positively, ideas of growth and self-love are also made evident in the portraits of people trying to figure out where they fit." — Kris Graves.
An opening reception will take place on Saturday, December 4th from 5 – 8 pm at CPAC.
The show will be on view through January 8, 2022. Gallery hours: Tuesday – Friday: 11 am – 5 pm; Saturday: Noon – 4 pm.
Learn more at: https://cpacphoto.org/privilege-and-consequence/.
Image credit: Nature Morte © Whitney Blue