Curated by students of Dr. Louise Siddons
Museum Exhibition Course, ART 4813/5813
On view: April 2 — June 1, 2019
Featuring works by well-known photographers Gordon Parks, Sally Mann, Arnold Genthe, Imogen Cunningham and Robert Doisneau, Intentional Exposure invites visitors to think about what these photographers conceal and reveal. What is in their frame, what lies beyond it? Through exploration of historical context and technical choices, Dr. Louise Siddons' students shed light on what is represented in each image — and viewers are invited to draw their own conclusions about the stories being told.
Robert Doisneau (French, 1912-1994), Be-bop en cave, 1951 (printed later), Gelatin silver print, Gift of Robert Flynn Johnson, 2013.007.045
Wednesday, April 3 | 5 - 7 p.m.
OSU Museum of Art
Talk by Robert Flynn Johnson
A JOURNEY NOT A DESTINATION: The importance of original art in a learning environment and why I donate to institutions of higher learning
Wednesday, April 3 | 6 p.m. (during the opening reception)
Introduction by Dr. Louise Siddons
Wednesday, April 24 | 1-2 p.m.
Think about the storied contained in photographic images by participating in a tour and activity lead by Chestiké Williams and Catarina de Araújo.
Open to the public.
Behind the Scenes: Community Programming (Mini-Talk)
Thursday, April 25 | 1-1:30 p.m.
Learn more about Intentional Exposure and the process of putting up an exhibit at the OSU Museum of Art from OSU students and curators Kayla Andrus and Katlyn Young.
Coffee with the Curators
Tuesday, April, 30 | Time 12:00 PM
Enjoy a cup of coffee and converstation with the students who curated Intentional Exposure.
Discover student engagement opportunities, resources and activities relative to the exhibition. See our Sway.
Exhibitions and programs at the OSU Museum of Art are supported by: Malinda and Dick Fischer, Mary Ann and Ken Fergeson, the OSU Museum of Art Advocates, the Raymond & Bessie Kravis Foundation, and the OSU Museum of Art Founding Patrons and Charter Members.