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Kiss the Sky
Henry Diltz February 3 - June 5, 2007

More than just a record of rock’s greatest moment’s and performers, Henry Diltz’s images of daily life at the heart of 1960’s counter culture provide a unique and compelling record of a time of momentous change in our society. One of the foremost rock music photographers; his images give a behind the scenes look at festivals, concerts, Be-ins and recording sessions...MORE

Image on left: © Henry Diltz

Shahrzad Kamel November 3, 2007 - January 12, 2008

A contemporary Iranian American photographer chronicles her recent journeys through Iran and Afghanistan - two of the most troubled regions in the world...MORE

Image on left: © Shahrzad Kamel
Photographs and Film
Abbas Kiarostami Roads Series November 3, 2007 - January 12, 2008

Iranian photographer, artist and film director Abbas Kiarostami is known for the "radical humanism" of his depictions of ordinary Iranians in his award-winning films, and for the austere, abstract and contemplative qualities of his photography. This exhibition presents a comprehensive survey of Kiarostami's photographic art...MORE

Image on left: Untitled, from the series, Roads © Abbas Kiarostami

First and Last
Andre Kertesz
November 3, 2007 - February 15, 2008

André Kertész (1894-1985) is widely recognized as one of the most important and influential photographers of the twentieth century. This exhibition brings together the rarely-seen early work from his native Hungary - the famed "Hungarian Contacts" - with a comprehensive survey of late, great Polaroid work produced near the end of his life. These images explore and underscore the nuances of the everyday experience, often showing us what we just missed in passing...MORE

Image on left: August 29, 1982, from the series, Polaroids © Andre Kertesz
The Path to Buddha - A Tibetan Pilgrimage
Steve McCurry November 3, 2007 - February 15, 2008

National Geographic Magazine photographer Steve McCurry creates an intimate and uplifting portrait of the unique and dignified culture of Tibet. His images reveal the sheer beauty of Tibet and show us the Buddhist faith and the lives of Buddhist monks...MORE

Image on left: © Steve McCurry

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