From November 7, 2014 through December 17, 2014 at George Eastman House.
This popular holiday tradition returns for its 19th season. This presentation of dozens of cleverly designed and decorated gingerbread creations will be on view throughout the museum.
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.
From September 20, 2014 through January 4, 2015 in the Special Exhibition Galleries.
This exhibition celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit of Rochester, New York, and the inventions from regional companies that led the way for today's technology.
From September 20, 2014 through January 4, 2015 in Special Exhibition Galleries.
The exhibition Robert Burley: The Disappearance of Darkness examines both the dramatic and historical demise of film-manufacturing facilities and industrial darkrooms.
From November 1, 2014 through January 25, 2015 in the Project Gallery.
Chicago-based photographer Dawoud Bey’s The Birmingham Project is a reflection on the September 15, 1963, bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama—a tragic event that became a flash point of the Civil Rights Movement.
From October 4, 2014 through February 21, 2015 in the History of Photography Gallery.
Rotating installations that demonstrate photography’s historical trajectory through photographs and cameras drawn from the collection.