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The Body and the Lens: Photography 1839 to the Present

Dec 14, 1998 – Feb 2, 1999
79 works highlighting the historical connections between the camera lens and the human body, demonstrating how we have seen ourselves at different times in history.. Featuring: David Octavius Hill, Robert Adamson, Daguerrotypes, Andre Adolphe-Eugene Disderi, Unknown Artist, Tintypes, Eadweard Muybridge, Frances Benjamin Johnston, Joseph Judd Pennell, E. J. Bellocq, Lewis Hine, Orval Hixon, Frantisek Dritkol, Claude Cahun (Lucy Schwob), Edward Weston, August Sander, Ervin Marton, Brassai, Andre Kertesz, Hans Bellmer, George Platt Lynes, Walker Evans, Arthur Rothstein, Arthur Siegel, Barbara Morgan, Weegee (Arthur Fellig), Helen Livitt, Gordon Parks, Laure ALbin-Guillot, E. O. Goldbeck, Sid Grossman, Harry Callahan, Louis Faurer, Marion Palfi, Minor White, Robert Doisneau, George Hayningen-Heune, Harold Edgerton, Bill Brandt, Robert Frank, Arnold Newman, Andy Warhol, Larry Burrows, Lee Friedlander, Kenneth Josephson, Jill Kremetz, Joel Meyerowitz, Diane Arbus, Ray Metzker, Thomas Weir, Jean-Francois Bauret, Garry Winogrand, Helmut Newton, Ana Medieta, Reed Estabrook, Nicholas Nixon, Jon O'Neal, Sabastiao Salgado, Dan Williams, John Coplans, Joel-Peter Witkin, Guerrilla Girls, Luis Gonzales Palma, Jock Sturges, Carrie Mae Weems, Christian Boltanski, Regina DeLuise, Bill Jacobson, Tina Barney, Sally Mann.

Accompanying lecture "Childhood: Photography, Pornography and Freedom of Expression" by Ann Higonnet, Professor of Art History, Wellesley College and Keith Werhan, Professor of Law, Tulane University

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