On view: August 7 – September 26, 2015
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Organized by Lauren Henkin
The group exhibition Women in the Landscape was born out of a series of conversations between contemporary women landscape photographers on the online arts journal Tilted Arc. The purpose of the conversations – and this exhibition – is to bring attention to women photographers working in a genre of the medium populated primarily by men.
Having started as a genre predominantly practiced by men, contemporary women photographers are offering an increasingly important perspective on our engagement with nature. Women in the Landscape presents the work of four such artists. Their work spans a range of ideas from an index of humankind’s discarded fragments (Jennifer Colten) to inconsistencies between experienced and recorded time (Dawn Roe) to the study of cultural sites and how they connect place, journey and cultural experience (Jessica Auer) to the tension between preservation and extinction (Lauren Henkin).
Opening Reception: Friday, August 7, 6 – 9pm
Lecture: Women, Gardens, and Modern Landscape Architecture by Thaisa Way, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, University of Washington: Thursday, September 17, 7 – 8pm
Women in the Landscape artists panel discussion: Saturday, September 26, 4-5:30pm
On Location: The Garden at Twilight: August 9 & August 13. Instructor: Zeb Andrews.
Finding Beauty: Themes in the Traditional landscape: September 13, September 20, October 4. Instructor: Ray Bidegain
Images [L-R]: Jennifer Colten; Jessica Auer; Lauren Henkin; Dawn Roe
Also on view:
Newspace Center for Photography is located at 1632 10th Ave, Portland, OR.
Gallery hours: Monday – Thursday 10:00am-9:30pm; Friday – Sunday 10:00am-6:00pm.
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