Lecture: Dawoud Bey – Representing
Arnold Newman Distinguished Lecture in Photography
Dawoud Bey, Distinguished College Artist and Professor of Art at Columbia College Chicago
Join renowned photographer Dawoud Bey for a lecture celebrating the final day of Representing: Vernacular Photographs of, by, and for African Americans. Bey often works collaboratively to depict individuals and daily life within varied communities. Notable photographic series include Harlem USA (1975-1979) and a 15-year photographic study of adolescents. A graduate of Empire State College and Yale University School of Art, Bey is a recipient of Guggenheim and National Endowment for the Arts fellowships, and his photographs have been exhibited and collected worldwide.Purchase tickets
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