Contemplating the View: American Landscape Photographs highlights one of the Addison collection’s great strengths—images of the American landscape, both natural and manmade.
This exhibition of photographs made during Baldwin’s lifetime is both biographical and thematic. It works to visualize and explore the places, the personal, and historical events that framed Baldwin’s life and themes in his writing.
New-York based artist Amanda Means inaugurates the Gallery’s newly renovated back gallery space with her solo show Folded, Refolded, Crushed & Cracked, a new body of work exploring the intimate relationship between the handmade and the mechanical aspects of the photographic craft that create subtle shifts in luminance and dimensionality to her work.
Lo-fi art takes over Somerville, MA. The sixth annual Somerville Toy Camera Festival (STCF) takes place at the Nave Gallery, Brickbottom Galleryand Washington Street Gallery, making it among the largest toy camera festivals in the world. Showcasing the work of local, national and international photographers, the STCF highlights the talents and creativity of artists using low tech tools to create high art images.
The Body: Concealing and Revealing examines the ways in which artists have used the human body as a provocative tool of expression. The artists present the body as a site for not only visual experimentation, but also defining individual identity, constructing and challenging notions of gender and sexuality, and negotiating power.