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The Black family album
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The Black family album
The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) debuted the first museum survey of photographer Deana Lawson last week. Organized with MoMA PS1 and running at the ICA through Feb. 27, the exhibition showcases Lawson’s striking representations of Black life. The carefully orchestrated images draw on a history of photographic traditions to challenge racial stereotypes.
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Rose Art Museum exhibit explores photographs of, not by, Frida Kahlo
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Rose Art Museum exhibit explores photographs of, not by, Frida Kahlo
Art lovers are used to seeing Frida Kahlo depict herself in her deeply intimate self-portraits. In “Frida Kahlo: POSE” at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, Kahlo is depicted through the lens of other artists, photographers who flocked to her striking image and natural manner in front of the camera.
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Capturing history: Photographer Sam Williams documents local protests
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Capturing history: Photographer Sam Williams documents local protests
Photographer Sam Williams has made a name for himself in Boston for his intimate and probing portraits, landscapes and wedding photography. When he began photographing the Black Lives Matter protests in May of 2020, he found himself in completely different photographic territory.
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Family lost and family gained
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Family lost and family gained
Boston-born artist Lorraine O’Grady has achieved an artistic feat few others can dream of: her family photos are hanging in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. In the piece, 16 photographic diptychs explore the similarities between O’Grady’s family and Nefertiti’s.
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