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The Permanent Collection
The Museum’s Permanent Collection of more than 4,500 photographs includes work by William Klein, Sally Mann, Harry Callahan, Gordon Parks, Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Steichen, Paul Strand, Aaron Siskind and Robert Rauschenberg among others.

Our collection has grown rapidly through gifts, bequests, commissions, and successful grant programs and now covers the history of photography from the 1840s to the present day. It is particularly strong on work from our own region. The museum also holds one of the largest collections of post-revolutionary Cuban photography in the United States.

A complete online database of museum holdings is currently in the works. Below is a list of our most recent acquisitions. For inquiries about museum holdings, please contact Juliana Romnes.


Recent Acquisitions

2014  

sole
© Magdalena Sole
June at the Hot Spot, Jonestown, MS 2010
From the series: Mississippi Delta
SMP# 2014.1.1


John Bernhard
Four pigment inkjet Prints
SMP#2014.4.1-4
Gift of the artist


Dawoud Bey
One pigment inkjet print
From the series Eatonville: A Photographic Survey
SMP#2014.5.1
Museum Purchase (Light Work Community Darkrooms)


William Castellana
Three archival pigment prints
SMP#2014.7.1-3
Gift of the artist


Lonnie Graham
One pigment inkjet print
From the series Eatonville: A Photographic Survey
SMP#2014.5.2
Museum Purchase (Light Work Community Darkrooms)


Alex Harris
10 lightjet prints
SMP#2014.6.1-10
Gift of the artist


Magdalena Solé
Two archival pigment prints
SMP#2014.1.1-2
Gift of the artist


Lorena Guillen Vaschetti
Two pigment inkjet prints
SMP#2014.2.1-2
Gift of the artist


Andy Warhol

Nine screen-prints
SMP#2014.3.1-9
Gift of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Designated for research and educational purposes only.


Carrie Mae Weems
One pigment inkjet print
From the series Eatonville: A Photographic Survey
SMP#2014.5.3
Museum Purchase (Light Work Community Darkrooms)


Deborah Willis

One pigment inkjet print
From the series Eatonville: A Photographic Survey
SMP#2014.5.2
Museum Purchase (Light Work Community Darkrooms)

Harris
© Alex Harris
Primera between C and D, Vedado, looking west from
Jorge Felix Gainza Duran’s 1951 Plymouth, Havana,
May 25, 1998

SMP#2014.6.9

warhol
Andy Warhol
Ingrid Bergman (Herself), 1983
© The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
SMP# 2014.3.5, Extra, out of the edition.
Designated for research and educational purposes only.

2013  

Eric
© Eric Breitenbach
Rajasthan, India 2000
SMP# 2013.8.31

Mary Ellen Bartley
Two pigment inkjet prints
SMP#2013.3.1-2
Gift of the artist


Eric Breitenbach
32 silver gelatin prints
SMP#2013.8.1-32
Gift of the artist


Kate Brooks

10 pigment inkjet prints
SMP#2013.12.1-10
Gift of the artist


Jerry Burchfield

One lumen print
SMP#2013.18
Gift of Barbara Burchfield


John Chakeres

One pigment inkjet print
SMP#2013.7
Gift of the artist


Nicola Dill

Ten archival pigment prints
SMP#2013.5.1-10
Gift of the artist


Eliot Dudik

Two archival pigment prints
SMP#2013.4.1-2
Gift of the artist


Natan Dvir

One dye coupler print
SMP#2013.9
Gift of the artist


Karen Glaser

Eight pigment inkjet prints
SMP#2013.10.1-8
Gift of the artist


Stella Johnson
Six archival inkjet prints
SMP#2013.1.1-6
Gift of the artist


Jennifer Kaczmarek

One archival inkjet print
SMP#2013.19
Gift of the artist


Rick Lang

27 archival pigment prints
SMP#2013.13.1-27
Gift of Diane Homrich


Graham Miller

18 pigment inkjet prints
SMP#2013.11.1-18
Gift of the artist


Steffen Mittelhauser

Six giclee prints
SMP#2013.17.1-6
Gift of the artist


Freya Najade

One dye coupler print
SMP#2013.15
Gift of the artist


Mieke Nixdorf

One archival pigment print
SMP#2013.16
Gift of the artist


Michelle Sank

One dye coupler print
SMP#2013.14
Gift of the artist


Jennifer Schlesinger-Hanson

Two toned gelatin silver prints;
Two hand-coated selenium toned albumen prints
SMP#2013.2.1-4
Gift of the artist


David Spitzer

162 silver gelatin prints
SMP#2013.6.1-162
Gift of the artist


Misc. Photographers

114 vintage RPPC prints
SMP#2013.20.1-114
Gift of Jay Mechling


Brooks
© Kate Brooks
Pakistani militants are held in a makeshift prison
after being captured for illegally entering Afghanistan.

SMP# 2013.12.9
chakeres
© John Chakeres
City Center Wall- Columbus, 2010
SMP# 2013.7

dill
© Nicola Dill
Sea Etchings 47, 2007
SMP# 2013.5.5
dudik
© Eliot Dudik
Condemned, Ashepoo River, 2010
SMP#2013.4.1
glaser
© Karen Glaser
Bream in the Highlights 2006
SMP# 2013.10.3

lang
© Rick Lang
Sweet Corn, near Sanford, FL 2012
SMP# 2013.13.23
miller
© Graham Miller
Rhonda & Chantelle
SMP# 2013.11.5

 
 
 

 


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