Of Women By Women
June 22 – August 5, 2017
Guest Curator: Lili Corbus
This exhibition highlighted photographs of women and by women selected from The Do Good Fund based in Columbus, GA. Since its founding in 2012, the Fund has focused on building a wide-ranging, museum-quality collection of photographs taken in the American South by emerging and well-known photographers, and to share them with other organizations that encourage community-based programming.
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April 20 – June 2, 2017
Juror: Rick Wester, Rick Wester Fine Art
The Light Factory 9th Juried Annuale offers up some of the most exciting and challenging lens-based work being created today. With over 178 entries submitted from around the world, only 7 artists were selected to be included in this thought-provoking exhibition.
The winners: Greg Banks (Greenville, NC), Anthony Buchen and Jeralyn Goodwin (Santa Fe, NM), Scott Gardner (Charlotte, NC), Jennifer Garza-Cuen (Reno, NV), Kyle Kim (San Francisco, CA), Joshua Moss (Waxhaw, NC), and Alexandre Orion (Sao Paulo, Brazil).
Eleanor Brawley (Charlotte, NC)
Roberto Falck (Brooklyn, NY)
Glenn Wooden (Chicago, IL)
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Untitled #2 from The Foggy Night series
January 19 – April 7, 2016
Guest Curator: Jonell Logan
Lilith as an exhibition explores work by select women photographers who question conventional narratives of masculinity, identity, sexuality, and power. Guia Besana and Donna Cooper Hurt use the body, objects, and their environment to expand conventional definitions of nurturing, beauty, and femininity to include the realities of contemporary life. Allison Janae Hamilton and Maxine Helfman challenge our linear—and often restricted—considerations of history and culture. Jodi Bieber challenges the paradigm of masculinity by photographing men in repose—a position often associated with female subjects—as opposed to the active and dynamic posturing associated with maleness.
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Allison Janae Hamilton
The Hours. from the Sweet milk in the badlands. series