|SECOND NATURE: A Survey
Photographs by Brad Temkin
|September 9 – December 18, 2015
Exhibition Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 9th, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Artist Lecture and Reception: Friday, October 2nd, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Brad Temkin is an award winning Chicago-based photographer who has been documenting human and environmental relationships throughout his career in photography. This exhibition delves into four bodies of work from the past 25 years that look at this relationship: revealing man’s imprint on the natural landscape alongside human efforts to incorporate natural elements back in to urban environments, in their gardens and atop skyscrapers, revealing contrasting states of man-made and natural beauty while simultaneously presenting a framework for positive change...MORE.
Image to the left: Mellon Institute (looking North), Pittsburgh, PA, 2011 by Brad Temkin.
|MIDWAY: PORTRAIT OF A DAYTONA BEACH NEIGHBORHOOD, 1943
Photographs by Gordon Parks
NEIGHBORHOOD ’99: Midway Revisited
Photographs by Jean-Marie Appleby, Eli Reed, Aaron Mervin and Jim Gavenus
|September 11, 2015 – January 15, 2016
ON VIEW AT THE YVONNE SCARLETT GOLDEN CULTURAL & EDUCATIONAL CENTER
Opening Reception: Friday, September 11, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Located at the Yvonne Scarlett Golden Cultural & Educational Center, 1000 Vine Street, D. B., FL. 32117
Both exhibitions were organized from the permanent collection of the Southeast Museum of Photography at Daytona State College, in cooperation with the City of Daytona Beach and the Yvonne Scarlett Golden Cultural & Educational Center....MORE.
Image to the left: Street Scene, Daytona Beach, 1943 by Gordon Parks.
Robert Snow – At Sea with OCEARCH
|October 16, 2015 – February 7, 2016
Artist Lecture and Reception: Friday, October 16th, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Robert Snow is a Central Florida based editorial and advertising photographer whose work spans multiple genres and styles: from editorial portraits and lifestyle spreads to action sports. In 2013, he took an assignment with OCEARCH, a non-profit organization dedicated to apex predator education and research, emphasizing shark migration patterns. Robert has since participated in 6 expeditions across the globe, from the United States to the Galapagos and Australia, documenting marine scientists at work, often in treacherous waters while in close proximity to some of the largest predators of the sea—risking their lives to better understand these mysterious beings in order to dispel myths and spread awareness as to the important role that sharks play in our global ecosystem...MORE.
Image to the left: Untitled, from the series: Mysterious Atlantic White Shark, 2013 by Robert Snow.
|October 16, 2015 – February 7, 2016
Artist Lecture and Reception: Friday, February 5th, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Animalia is a body of work by noted photographer Henry Horenstein in which he presents elegant and engaging representations of an eclectic mix of land animals and sea creatures, emphasizing their unique qualities and characteristics through his evocative and mysterious images. This body of work was created between 1995 and 2001, culled from images taken at various zoos and aquariums. Henry Horenstein is currently based in Boston and teaches at the Rhode Island School of Design...MORE.
Image to the left: Domestic Pig (Sus scrofa domestica) by Henry Horenstein.
NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS
SMP is a vibrant museum with an impressive international reputation of leadership for photography exhibitions, publications and educational programming. The museum serves international and national audiences for photography and art as well as all local and regional audiences, universities, colleges and schools. The museum opened in 1992 and is one of 13 facilities in the US dedicated exclusively to photography, and one of only a handful of such institutions nationally, that share a scope, reach and depth of collection and activities in this specific field. It is Florida's most comprehensive museum of photography and the largest in the southeast. SMP enjoys strong relations with other national and international...MORE
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