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March 01-04, 2018

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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Thomas Struth: Nature & Politics

November 05th, 2017 – January 21st, 2018
Saint Louis Art Museum
Saint Louis, Missouri

Thomas Struth: Nature & Politics

Thomas Struth: Nature & Politicsis a photographic exploration of cutting-edge industrial and scientific research spaces. In over 35 works created within the past decade, the celebrated German artist Thomas Struth ambitiously takes technology and engineering as his overarching subject. With vivid color and monumental scale,...

THE FENCE Denver Edition

November 09th, 2017 – January 31st, 2018
Colorado Photographic Arts Center, United Photo Industries, Continuum Partners, LoDo Historic District
Denver, CO

THE FENCE Denver Edition

THE FENCE, United Photo Industries' 850 foot-long outdoor photography exhibition, will be on view in Denver November 9, 2017 - January 2018. The public is invited to a Launch Party & Walking Tour on Thursday, Nov. 9, 4-6 pm at Lucky Pie Pizza and Taphouse,...

November 09th, 2017 – January 31st, 2018
Colorado Photographic Arts Center, United Photo Industries, Continuum Partners, LoDo Historic District
Denver, CO

THE FENCE Denver Edition

THE FENCE, United Photo Industries' 850 foot-long outdoor photography exhibition, will be on view in Denver November 9, 2017 - January 2018.

Rebecca Drolen: Hair Pieces

February 15th, 2018 – March 28th, 2018
Saint Joseph's University
Philadelphia, PA

Rebecca Drolen: Hair Pieces

"Hair Pieces" is a commentary on the rules that guide our ideas and self-image in relation to our tresses. Drolen uses photography and the self-portrait as a medium to construct narratives that function as both visual puns and social critique.

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