Center for Creative Photography Announces Fall 2000 Exhibition Season
The Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona in Tucson kicks off its 25th anniversary year by announcing its fall 2000 exhibition season. The Center is located at the south end of the pedestrian underpass on Speedway Boulevard east of Park Avenue on the UA Campus. The gallery is open Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and weekends noon-5 p.m. Admission is free.
Media: Jeanne Courtemanche, 520-626 5215
Public: 520-621 7968
June 24-Sept. 17 (two exhibitions)
"Our Quarter Century: The University of Arizona's Center for Creative Photography Turns Twenty Five"
The exhibition features a photograph made in each year between 1975-2000 -- alongside a timeline of the institution's growth and significant events -- to illustrate the many trends, processes and artistic visions of recent photographic history and the changing world that photography reflects and depicts.
"Into Our Prime: Acquisitions Since 1996"
"Into Our Prime" commemorates the CCP's extensive collection of art and research materials that includes photographs, negatives, albums, work prints, manuscripts, contact sheets, correspondence and memorabilia.
Sept. 23-Nov. 26 (two exhibitions)
"Louise Dahl-Wolfe: The American Image"
Organized by the museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York.
This exhibition brings together the CCP's extensive archive of Dahl-Wolfe's prints, correspondence, clippings and memorabilia created for Harper's Bazaar, Vogue and Sports Illustrated with FIT's archive of color proof sheets and related documentation of her work.
"Couples: Photographs by Mariana Cook"
Organized by the artist, with funding from the Richard & Rhonda Goldman Fund.
"Couples" brings together Mariana Cook's intimate but formal black-and-white
portraits of couples with the sitters' own narratives about their relationship.
Dec. 2-Feb. 11 (two exhibitions)
"Nagatani/Tracey Polaroid Collaborations, 1983 1989"
This exhibition commemorates the CCP's acquisition of the only complete set of
the forty collaborative works of photographer Patrick Nagatani and painter
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