Limits of Photography Pushes the Boundary Between Fantasy and Reality

Posted in: Contemporary Photography- Dec 21, 2011 1 Comment

John Brill, Untitled, 1991

How much can a viewer trust a photograph?

Our newest exhibition, Limits of Photography, which opens on January 21, examines the point at which a photograph begins to blur the line between what is real and what is imagined. The exhibition’s title conveys the show’s double meaning: at what point is a photograph manipulated to the point where it can no longer be trusted, and how much mixed media can be incorporated before a piece ceases to be a photograph?

To read the full curator’s statement, please visit the exhibitions page on our website. For more information on programming, please take a look at our events page.

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