Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher AFRICAN TWILIGHT

AFRICAN TWILIGHT

Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher

AFRICAN TWILIGHT is a celebration of the beautiful artistry and boundless creativity of  Africa’s cultural heritage for audiences worldwide, transporting viewers into a world of connections…

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Jamey Stillings The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar

The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar

Jamey Stillings

“Spectacular photographs have preserved this march to modernity and beyond. Ivanpah Solar is a historic marker of our era, bringing major technologies and cultural changes, a…

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Colin Finlay of consequence

of consequence

Colin Finlay

Over the course of five distinct themes, and ten image groups covering twenty-five areas worldwide, the multimedia narrative, of consequence, explores the interrelationship between social responsibili…

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Colin Finlay 12ºN x 23ºE | 64ºS x 60ºE

12ºN x 23ºE | 64ºS x 60ºE

Colin Finlay

Colin Finlay’s traveling exhibition and/or art installation, 2 versions of the same theme, illustrates the cause and effect of climate change in a most dramatic fashion, allowing the viewers to …

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Dorothy Kerper Monnelly waterforms: spirit, liquid, solid

waterforms: spirit, liquid, solid

Dorothy Kerper Monnelly

Photographer and committed environmentalist Dorothy Kerper Monnelly’s new exhibition waterforms: spirit, liquid, solid, is drawn from the artist’s archive spanning 35 years, along with her…

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Jamey Stillings The Bridge at Hoover Dam

The Bridge at Hoover Dam

Jamey Stillings

When Jamey Stillings first encountered the Bridge under construction in March 2009, it immediately captured his imagination. The extended photo essay, which developed…

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Phil Borges Stirring The Fire: a global movement to empower women and girls

Stirring The Fire: a global movement to empower women and girls

Phil Borges

The exhibition, Stirring the Fire: a global movement towards gender equality, is a call to action and a celebration of the women and girls — mostly in developing countries — who have br…

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Marissa Roth Infinite Light

Infinite Light

Marissa Roth

Marissa Roth’s Infinite Light: A Photographic Meditation on Tibet is a visual poem of seventy-two color photographs of her impressions of Tibet, arranged in a continuous sequence reflect…

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Marissa Roth ONE PERSON CRYING: Women and War

ONE PERSON CRYING: Women and War

Marissa Roth

ONE PERSON CRYING: Women and War, an exhibition by award winning photojournalist Marissa Roth, is a 28-year personal global photo essay that addresses the immediate and lingering effects of war on wom…

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Ernest H. Brooks II FRAGILE WATERS

FRAGILE WATERS

Ansel Adams, Ernest H. Brooks II, Dorothy Kerper Monnelly

FRAGILE WATERS, features three iconic photographers and environmentalists: Ansel Adams, Ernest H. Brooks II, and Dorothy Kerper Monnelly,. The exhibition is curated by Jeanne Falk Adams, former C…

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Chris Rainier Ancient Marks

Ancient Marks

Chris Rainier

Chris Rainier was named Photography Magazine’s “most influential photographer of the year.” His exciting and innovative new collection, Ancient Marks features the fascinating art o…

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T.J. Dixon & James Nelson De Las Sombras / Out of the Shadows

De Las Sombras / Out of the Shadows

T.J. Dixon & James Nelson

“I am brown yes, but my dream…white as paper..” –Ricardo V.  The issue of illegal immigration continues to grip the nation, with …

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Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher Passages

Passages

Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher

This powerful exhibit of African tribal ceremonies reflects 30 years of commitment to preserving the endangered cultures and peoples of 90 tribes across Africa. Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher pay …

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