September 24 - December 15, 2021
From Truth in Photography:
“Twenty years after 9/11, the world is forever different. The knowledge of the tragic events of that day reminds us of the looming uncertainty about what can happen. On any given day, what appears to be ordinary can become catastrophic. Questions about what transpired are imprinted in our minds, and the documentary evidence raises complicated questions about truth in photography.
Today, we are inundated with photographs at an ever escalating and alarming rate, but instead of becoming iconic, many of these images sow more confusion than clarity. Misinformation and photo-manipulation pose overwhelming challenges to our ability to make sense of what we hear, see, and read.
a blending of selfie and self-portrait through iPhone images by Quil Lemons
Nancy Burson’s deep fascination with luminous flashes of light
an exploration of improvisation in photography with Arielle Bobb-Willis”