Imogen Cunningham (American, 1883–1976) was a seminal photographer with a far-ranging vision, creating a diverse and innovative range of work over her seven-decade-long career. The first major retrospective in the United States in more than 35 years, this exhibition brings together nearly 200 of her insightful portraits, elegant flower and plant studies, poignant street pictures, and groundbreaking nudes in a visual celebration of Cunningham’s immense contribution to the history of 20th-century photography.
Rebecca Albiani graduated with highest honors in Italian and Art History from UC Berkeley. She never quite finished her doctoral dissertation on 16th Century Venetian painting at Stanford, but while a graduate student she was granted a Fulbright Scholarship for research in Venice and a Graduate Lecturing Scholarship at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. For the last 15 years or so she has given the monthly Art History Lecture Series at the Frye Art Museum, where her topics have ranged from ancient Egypt to Pop Art.
Wednesday, November 17 at 11:30am
$18 – General Admission>
$15 – Youth (18-) or Senior (65+)