IU Eskenazi Museum of Art Acquires Archive of Jeffrey Wolin

Image: Jeffrey Wolin, Irma Morgenztern, b. 1933, Warsaw, Poland, 1992/94. From the Portraits of the Holocaust series. Two women embrace each other while holding a photograph of a loved one. The wall behind them contains text.
Jeffrey Wolin, Irma Morgenztern, b. 1933, Warsaw, Poland, 1992/94. From the Portraits of the Holocaust series.

The Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University has announced the acquisition of the Jeffrey A. Wolin Archive that will include current and future work by Wolin along with the following notable projects: Written in Memory: Portraits of the HolocaustInconvenient Stories: Vietnam War Veterans; Life at the MillenniumNew Faces at the CrossroadsPigeon Hill: Then and Now; and Stone Country: Then and Now. Congratulations to Jeff!

View work by Jeffrey Wolin here.

Jeffrey Wolin is the Ruth N. Halls Professor Emeritus of Photography and founder of the Center for Integrative Photographic Studies at IU Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design, where he served as director from 1994 to 2002. He received an NEA in 1992, as well as a 1991 Guggenheim Fellow, among other awards. His work has gained international attention and is included in numerous collections including the Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY), International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House (Rochester, NY), Museum of Fine Arts (Houston, TX), Los Angeles County Museum of Art and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Read the full press release here.

Image: Jeffrey Wolin, Chi Trong Hoang / Veterans Army of the Republic of Vietnam , 2008. From the Vietnam Veterans series. A photograph of a man standing next to a window looking out. On the window sill there are photographs and trophies.
Jeffrey Wolin, Chi Trong Hoang / Veterans Army of the Republic of Vietnam , 2008. From the Vietnam Veterans series.

 

 

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