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African Americans Before & Behind the Camera
Double Exposure   January 23 - May 30, 2010

Double Exposure showcases vintage photographs from the Amistad Center for Art & Culture’s historical collection of art and artifacts with photo-based art by contemporary African-American artists. This landmark exhibition comprehensively explores the African American experience through an examination of representation in photographic works from the 19th and 20th centuries. It highlights African American history, as well as the history of photography and includes photographs, albums, and cased images... MORE

Image to the left: Untitled, from the series, Character Recognition, 2006 © Myra Greene
The Bikeriders
Danny Lyon - Bikeriders   February 27 - May 7, 2010

"The Bikeriders is a personal record, dealing mostly with bikeriders whom I know and care for. If anything has guided this work beyond the facts of the worlds presented it is what I have come to believe is the spirit of the bikeriders: the spirit of the hand that twists open the throttle on the crackling engines of big bikes and rides them on racetracks or through traffic or, on occasion, into oblivion". - Danny Lyon...MORE

Image to the left: Sparky & Cowboy © Danny Lyon
Al Sol: Photographs from Mexico, Cameroon, and Nicaragua
Stella Johnson   February 27 - May 7, 2010

Stella Johnson is both a passionate photographer and compassionate observer of simple rural life in Africa and Central America. Living with the people that she photographs, Johnson is able to cross the line to capture the many beautiful and intimate moments that make up ordinary situations; moments that allow us inside the lives of the people and of daily village life...MORE

Image to the left: Orinoco, Nicaragua, 2003 © Stella Johnson
Stephen Crowley- Objects & Equations
Stephen Crowley   May 25 - July 30, 2010

Stephen Crowley is a graduate of the Daytona State College photography program and the subject of this summer's Alumni Focus exhibition. Over the past 25 years he has sought after insightful moments in the midst of breaking national and international news. In his personal work, Crowley searches for morsels of humanity, irony and humor, collecting images of the country's character as hinted by physical structures, shifting...MORE

Image to the left: © Stephen Crowley
Dan Biferie - 40 Years in Photography
Dan Biferie   May 25 - July 30, 2010

SMP's 2010 Faculty Focus features the work of Dan Biferie -- Photography Chair at Daytona State College. The images presented in this exhibition are from three ongoing series of photographs taken over the past forty years. Family Portraits is an informal body of work consisting of digitally manipulated photographs of my wife and three sons. Photographed between 1995 – 2009 and created for artistic purposes rather than as a record of our daily lives, these pictures are dreamlike and theatrical...MORE

Image to the left: Billy as a Pixie © Dan Biferie
A Juried Exhibition of Graduating Student Photography from Daytona State College and the University of Central Florida
Departures V, Luke Bhothipiti   June 19 - September 5, 2010

Departures is a juried exhibition that highlights photography by recent graduates of the Daytona State College and University of Central Florida photography programs. This is the fifth year that the Southeast Museum of Photography has had the honor of showcasing the work of these recent graduates and it will continue to be a yearly summer event at the museum...MORE

Image to the left: Barberville, FL, 2010 © Luke Bhothipiti
Bastienne Schmidt   September 4 - November 7, 2010

This exhibition and book project uses photographs, large scale mixed-media pieces and film still images to explore female gender identity as it is refracted through popular culture. Schmidt challenges our visions of a domestic utopia with “tableaux” photographs of herself in the role of a “housewife” that re-stage many disconcertingly familiar scenarios and circumstances. Working strictly in her own home environment of suburban Long Island, Schmidt takes on the social context of a world of suburban fragmentation...MORE

Image to the left: Morning Breeze, 2004 © Bastienne Schmidt
Intended Consequences
Jonathan Torgovnik   September 4 - November 7, 2010

During the 1994 genocide, over 100,000 Rwandan women were subjected to sexual violence perpetrated by members of the infamous Hutu militia groups known as the Interhamwe. Of those that survived this violence more than 20,000 have given birth to children. Fifteen years later, the mothers of these children still face enormous challenges, not the least of which is the stigma of bearing and raising a child fathered by a Hutu militiaman. In 2006, Jonathan Torgovnik traveled to East Africa for Newsweek on a story about the twenty-fifth anniversary of the outbreak of HIV/AIDS. Torgovnik heard many horrific stories retold by the women who had been the victims of a systematic rape campaign by the militia groups in Rwanda. Intended Consequences is the result of more than 3 years’ research and photography by Torgovnik...MORE

Image to the left: Josette with her son, Thomas © Jonathan Torgovnik
Elaine Ling   September 25 - December 16, 2010

For more than twenty years Elaine Ling has explored the shifting equilibrium between nature and the man-made in eloquent portraits and documents from the margins of communities and societies and the far-flung corners of the world, including Mongolia, Namibia, North Africa, India, South America, Australia, Zimbabwe, the Middle East, Cambodia and the American Southwest. Her large format photographs from these often exotic locations present us with a compelling portrait of life and nature in dynamic balance...MORE

Image to the left: Rainbow's End Trading Post, Lake Okeechobee, 2002 © Elaine Ling
I Still Do: Loving and Living with Alzheimer's
Judith Fox   September 25 - December 16, 2010

A poignant and beautiful portrait of a man with Alzheimer’s as seen through the loving lens and words of his wife and care-partner, I Still Do: Loving and Living with Alzheimer's puts a human face in front of the statistics, exploring the disease through Fox’s intimate photographs and poetic writing. While the details of I Still Do are personal and unique, this deeply candid story of illness, aging, partnership, and loving is universal...MORE

Image to the left: © Judith Fox
Linda Connor   November 20, 2010 - February 6, 2011

Odyssey: The Photographs of Linda Connor reflects an artist’s pursuit of diverse and compelling subjects from around the world. Although she frequently focuses on devotional sites and monuments, Connor is also drawn to revealing the spirit embedded in everyday life. She is fascinated with photography’s relationship to time: her pictures present a compelling combination of timelessness and a palpable sense of the passage of time. Another core element in her work concerns the dynamic relationship between the natural world...MORE

Image to the left: Retreat, Lake Namtso, Tibet, 1993 © Linda Connor
Spirit: From the Infinity Series
Bill Armstrong   November 20, 2010 - February 6, 2011

Bill Armstrong’s Infinity series transforms re-photographed and appropriated images to create ephemeral, abstracted and de-materialized color fields and strongly evocative iconic figures. Working with source material as diverse as African masks, Roman busts, statuary and other representations, Armstrong’s finished figurative and portrait images are powerfully evocative of an unseen presence...MORE

Image to the left: Figure 01, 1999 © Bill Armstrong

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