Just two weeks left to see Out [o] Fashion Photography: Embracing Beauty! This long-running exhibition, guest curated by Deborah Willis, Ph.D., Henry Visiting Fellow and Chair of the Department of Photography and Imaging at the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, closes September 1. If you haven’t seen the show yet or want to revisit some of your favorites, now’s the time. Do you have a piece you can’t stop thinking about? Cindy Sherman? Diane Arbus? Nic Nicosia? Carrie Mae Weems?
Also ending September 1 is Industrial Effects: Photographs from the Henry Art Gallery Collection. Organized by Director Sylvia Wolf, this exhibition offers a sampling of photographs that surveys changing attitudes towards industry from the 19th century until now, in works by Berenice Abbott, Robert Adams, Lewis Baltz, Edward Burtynsky, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Lewis Hine, Alfred Stieglitz, and Catherine Wagner, among others.
Coming up this week:
Join us for a Faculty Focus tour this Wednesday at noon with Louisa Iarocci, Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture. Professor Iarocci. a licensed architect who has worked in Toronto, New York, St. Louis, and Boston, will lead guests through The Ghost of Architecture: Recent and Promised Gifts.
Learn how to make music with your bike at our Rubber & Tin event on Friday at 6 pm with composers and sound artists Nat Evans and Chris Kallmyer. Did you read Nat’s blog post all about Rubber & Tin in Hankblog last week? More info here. Hope you can join us for this unique Bike Friday experience (and cross your fingers we get good weather that night!).