Work by Jess T. Dugan is currently on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston! Her work is featured in the exhibition "A History of Photography: Selections From the Museum's Collection." Other featured artists include Berenice Abbott, Julia Margaret Cameron, Adam Fuss, Robert Frank, John Gutman, Chris Killip, Germaine Krull, and Catherine Opie. With … Continue reading The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Features Work by Jess T. Dugan
Acquisition Alert! The Monterey Bay Aquarium in California recently acquired Oil Spill 9, 2010 by Daniel Beltrá. The piece is part of Beltrá's series SPILL, where he captures the affects of the Deepwater Horizon Gulf Oil Spill in 2010. Created through aerial photography, his work explores contemporary environmental issues and conservation. Beltrá discusses his work: My … Continue reading Monterey Bay Aquarium Acquires Work by Daniel Beltrá
Terry Evans's work is included in A River Runs Through It, an exhibition that explores the artwork inspired by the Platte River.
We are thrilled to announce Jennifer Bucheit has been added to The Chicago Project!
The Reader's current issue features MoCP's exhibition, Stateless, which includes Omar Imam's work.
Photographer Michael Koerner's series My DNA wrestles with inherited genetic mutations, a result of his parents' exposure to nuclear radiation.
We are thrilled to present new work by Liat Elbling! Liat's new images expand upon her Interactions series, for which everyday materials (styrofoam, cardboard, paper) are painted one monochromatic color and arranged in her studio to create anonymous, architectural spaces, with seemingly no way in and no way out. "These are small models that I … Continue reading New Work by Liat Elbling!