American Portrait Photography
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About Face is a 2012 exhibit at the Andy Warhol Museum which says: "Arne Svenson, a New York photographer working in collaboration with The Warhol, created a series of portraits on view in the exhibition About Face." Also see About Face: Andy Warhol Portraits. Accessed 3/17
Invitation to Stare: Photographic Portraits is a 2014 exhibit at the Akron Art Museum which says: "Invitation to Stare features many recent acquisitions as well as some classic favorites to view in a new context. Works by 26 photographers including Diane Arbus, Harry Callahan, Michael Disfarmer, Vivian Maier, Andrea Modica, Abe Frajndlich, Angelo Merendino and Jen Davis entice viewers to consider the relationship between artist and subject as we gaze at the person in the photograph." Accessed 3/17
Making a Presence: F. Holland Day in Artistic Photography is a 2012 exhibit held at the Addison Gallery, Phillips Academy which says: "Making a Presence explores the multifaceted persona that Day created in his own art and in photographs taken of him by his peers. Including approximately 100 works ranging from Day's self-portraiture, including his Jesus Christ series, to expressive portraits of him by such noted photographers as Frederick Evans, Gertrude Käsebier, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Clarence White, and Edward Steichen, the exhibition presents a dynamic composite portrait of an iconoclastic, independent artist, and of a man exquisitely expressive of his time." Accessed August, 2015.
This Is Not A Selfie: Photographic Self-Portraits from the Audrey and Sydney Irmas Collection is a 2017 exhibit at the San Jose Museum of Art which says: "This Is Not a Selfie includes some of the most iconic and groundbreaking images in photographic history produced by artists such as Diane Arbus, Robert Mapplethorpe, Catherine Opie, Cindy Sherman, Alfred Stieglitz, Lorna Simpson, and Andy Warhol. The exhibition traces themes of self-reflection, performance, confrontation, and memory from early nineteenth-century experiments through contemporary digital techniques in sixty-six outstanding photographic self-portraits drawn entirely from the Audrey and Sydney Irmas Collection, the most significant collection of the subject in the United States." Accessed 9/17
Who Are We? Identity and the Contemporary Photographic Portrait is a 2017 exhibit at the Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery which says: "The contemporary photographic portrait, as explored in this exhibition, is diverse, yet tends to incorporate a common thread: the desire to say something about us as people." Accessed 11/17
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