From May 5, 2005 through March 30, 2014 in the North Gallery.
"All the things the public most wants to see from the technology collection," that’s how Technology Curator Todd Gustavson describes the exhibition in the North Gallery. The display includes a variety of photographic highlights from camera obscuras through digital imaging designed to show the evolution of photography as well as its revolutions.
From February 22, 2014 through May 25, 2014 in the Brackett–Clark Gallery.
Between 2001 and 2004, Robert Weingarten photographed Amish communities in Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. The sparse, black-and-white photographs provide a glimpse of a seldom-seen culture in the United States.
From February 22, 2014 through May 25, 2014 in the South Gallery.
Presented by the Rubens Family Foundation
Drawing on his background as a photojournalist, Pavel Wolberg creates images of contemporary Israeli communities, remaining an outsider but offering intimate views of rituals, celebrations, and everyday life.
From February 22, 2014 through May 25, 2014 in the Brackett–Clark Annex.
A portfolio of images by ten contemporary artists working in large-format photography.
From March 8, 2014 through June 8, 2014 in the Entrance Gallery.
Of Time and Buildings presents the work of several artists who explore the relationship between photographic images of the built environment and our experience of place.
From September 21, 2013 through December 31, 2014 in the Corridor Gallery.
Celebrates the 125th anniversary of the Kodak camera. Introduced in June 1888, the Kodak is considered to be one of the most important cameras in the history of photography.