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- A new photography exhibition at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center offers a look at the disappearing art and charm of the snapshot. Other People’s Pictures: Snapshots from the Peter J. Cohen Gift will be on view July 14-September 17, 2017. Photo Credit: “Untitled,” gelatin silver print, Collection of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Gift of Peter J. Cohen, accession #2015.12.1.115 (detail) #vassar #FLLAC #vassarartcenter #photography #gelatinsilverprint
- A new photography exhibition at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center offers a look at the disappearing art and charm of the snapshot. Other People’s Pictures: Snapshots from the Peter J. Cohen Gift will be on view July 14-September 17, 2017. Photo Credit: “Untitled,” gelatin silver print, Collection of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Gift of Peter J. Cohen, accession #2015 .12.1.115 (detail) #vassar #FLLAC #vassarartcenter #photography #gelatinsilverprint
- A new photography exhibition at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center offers a look at the disappearing art and charm of the snapshot. Other People’s Pictures: Snapshots from the Peter J. Cohen Gift will be on view July 14-September 17, 2017. Photo Credit: “Untitled,” gelatin silver print, Collection of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Gift of Peter J. Cohen, accession #2015.12.1.115 (detail) #vassar #FLLAC #vassarartcenter #photography #gelatinsilverprint
- “This pattern was created by opening the shutter for 30 seconds in timed intervals. The intervals slowly expanded from sunrise to midday, then started contracting towards sunset. It takes a bit of math, an understanding of how the paper responds to solarization, and some intuition to strike the right balance of composition.” — Chris McCaw See more photographs from McCaw’s “Sunburn” series at #FLLAC at Vassar College, in Poughkeepsie, NY through August 21. Image: “Sunburned GSP #323 (Santa Cruz Mtns / Expand & Contract), 2009.” Unique Gelatin Silver Paper Negative. 20″ x 24″. #ChrisMcCaw @vassar1861
- “This pattern was created by opening the shutter for 30 seconds in timed intervals. The intervals slowly expanded from sunrise to midday, then started contracting towards sunset. It takes a bit of math, an understanding of how the paper responds to solarization, and some intuition to strike the right balance of composition.” — Chris McCaw See more photographs from McCaw’s “Sunburn” series at #FLLAC at Vassar College, in Poughkeepsie, NY through August 21. Image: “Sunburned GSP #323 (Santa Cruz Mtns / Expand & Contract), 2009.” Unique Gelatin Silver Paper Negative. 20″ x 24″. #ChrisMcCaw @vassar1861
- “This pattern was created by opening the shutter for 30 seconds in timed intervals. The intervals slowly expanded from sunrise to midday, then started contracting towards sunset. It takes a bit of math, an understanding of how the paper responds to solarization, and some intuition to strike the right balance of composition.” — Chris McCaw See more photographs from McCaw’s “Sunburn” series at #FLLAC at Vassar College, in Poughkeepsie, NY through August 21. Image: “Sunburned GSP #323 (Santa Cruz Mtns / Expand & Contract), 2009.” Unique Gelatin Silver Paper Negative. 20″ x 24″. #ChrisMcCaw @vassar1861
- Say hello to a Vassar mystery, the “Call of the Sea” by Harriet Whitney Frishmuth. The sculpture was given to Vassar in 1954 and installed on Sunset Lake. She vanished from the lake in the late 1970s and was thought to be lost for 30+ years before being anonymously returned to Vassar in 2011! Read more in the Vassar Quarterly or come visit her today in the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center sculpture garden! ©Vassar College #vassar #fllac #callofthesea #Frishmuth #sculpture
- Say hello to a Vassar mystery, the “Call of the Sea” by Harriet Whitney Frishmuth. The sculpture was given to Vassar in 1954 and installed on Sunset Lake. She vanished from the lake in the late 1970s and was thought to be lost for 30+ years before being anonymously returned to Vassar in 2011! Read more in the Vassar Quarterly or come visit her today in the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center sculpture garden! ©Vassar College #vassar #fllac #callofthesea #Frishmuth #sculpture
- Say hello to a Vassar mystery, the “Call of the Sea” by Harriet Whitney Frishmuth. The sculpture was given to Vassar in 1954 and installed on Sunset Lake. She vanished from the lake in the late 1970s and was thought to be lost for 30+ years before being anonymously returned to Vassar in 2011! Read more in the Vassar Quarterly or come visit her today in the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center sculpture garden! ©Vassar College #vassar #fllac #callofthesea #Frishmuth #sculpture
- Susan Hodara of @nytimes reviews the exhibition “Touch the Sky: Art and Astronomy,” presented at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College and featuring gallery artists Matthew Brandt and Chris McCaw. In reference to the unconventional material—cocaine—used for Matthew Brandt’s “Night Skies” series, Hodara writes how the Los Angeles-based artist “sprinkled it onto photographer’s velvet, the vivid white against the rich black mimicking a distant galaxy.” #MatthewBrandt @vassar1861 #FLLAC
- Susan Hodara of @nytimes reviews the exhibition “Touch the Sky: Art and Astronomy,” presented at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College and featuring gallery artists Matthew Brandt and Chris McCaw. In reference to the unconventional material—cocaine—used for Matthew Brandt’s “Night Skies” series, Hodara writes how the Los Angeles-based artist “sprinkled it onto photographer’s velvet, the vivid white against the rich black mimicking a distant galaxy.” #MatthewBrandt @vassar1861 #FLLAC
- Susan Hodara of @nytimes reviews the exhibition “Touch the Sky: Art and Astronomy,” presented at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College and featuring gallery artists Matthew Brandt and Chris McCaw. In reference to the unconventional material—cocaine—used for Matthew Brandt’s “Night Skies” series, Hodara writes how the Los Angeles-based artist “sprinkled it onto photographer’s velvet, the vivid white against the rich black mimicking a distant galaxy.” #MatthewBrandt @vassar1861 #FLLAC

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