MCAD highlights the work of four Twin Cities-based artists known for their striking images that suggest an understanding of or intimacy with the communities they photograph.
This exhibition puts these artists’ diverse philosophical and methodological approaches in dialogue with one another and the gallery space at MCAD. Their varying explorations of cultural assimilation and attitudes toward representational responsibility tie directly into the formal aesthetic choices they make, photographic history, and the current political climate.
This exhibition takes place in MCAD's Concourse Gallery and shows simultaneously with 2015/16 Jerome Fellowship Exhibition in the Main Gallery.
Cover Image Credit: Steve Ozone, Haffat and Fairfa, 2016, archival pigment print, 13” x 17”
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