Tag: Photography

Standing Up | JOEL RHYMER

In Partnership with Cambridge College, 2021 Image Gallery Joel Rhymer, “Ludlow Street,” Photography Joel Rhymer, “Shay,” Photography Artist Statement In a 2016 New Yorker piece titled “Loneliness Belongs to the Photographer,” Hanya Yanagihara describes the act of bearing gentle and silent witness as a photographer. It’s when the person behind […]

Standing Up | DON WEST

In Partnership with Cambridge College, 2021 Image Gallery Don West, “STOOPdanza,” from “JUSTICE on the STOOP” series, Photography Don West, “STOOP,” from “JUSTICE on the STOOP” series, Photography Don West, “STOOPdanza,” from “JUSTICE on the STOOP” series, Photography Artist Statement Don West Fri, Mar 12, 9:16 PM (14 hours ago) […]

Standing Up | DAVID BLACK

In Partnership with Cambridge College, 2021 Image Gallery David Black, “Consciousness,” Photography, 30″ x 30″, 2019 David Black, “Excess,” Photography, 20″ x 29.5″, 2018 David Black, “Passage,” Photography, 22″ x 26″, 2018 Artist Statement “The pilgrimage never ends, but my journey of images touches both the simple and sublime en […]

Standing Up | CHRISTINE CRUMP DUMOUCHEL

In Partnership with Cambridge College, 2021 Image Gallery Christine Crump Dumouchel, “Bo Dollis Jr. & The Wild Magnolias,” at Tipitina’s, New Orleans, LA, 2021 Christine Crump Dumouchel, “Bo Dollis Jr. & The Wild Magnolias,” at Tipitina’s, New Orleans, LA, 2021 Christine Crump Dumouchel, “Bo Dollis Jr. & The Wild Magnolias,” […]

Standing Up | ARCHY LASALLE

In Partnership with Cambridge College, 2021 Image Gallery Archy LaSalle, Photography, 2018 Archy LaSalle, Photography, 2020 Archy LaSalle, Photography, 2018 Artist Statement “WHERE ARE ALL THE BLACK PEOPLE AT” is a project that began with the slow burn realization that there was a colossal lack of representation of Black visual […]

Standing Up | BIJAN BANIAHMAD

In Partnership with Cambridge College, 2021 Image Gallery Bijan Baniahmad, “Portrait of Amir Hushang Ebtehaj,” Photography Artist Statement Amir Hushang Ebtehaj, Poet Ebtehaj was born February 25, 1928 in Rasht, Iran, and had his primary schooling there before moving to Tehran. His first book of poetry, with an introduction by […]

Walter Crump | Lesley University, 2020

From “The Future of the Past” Series Walter Crump, WOMEN’S MARCH, 2020, Inkjet pigment print, 20″ x 15″ Dedicated to Elizabeth Warren “In my photography, I am attracted to happenstance, to integrating ‘controlled accidents’ within my work. Within that category I’m working on a new series I call two-dimensional movies, […]