Renee Rhyner

Truth at 24 frames per second

Truth: 24 frames per second, is an exploration of time-based video media at the Dallas Museum of Art. This exhibit, compiled from the DMA’s diverse holdings, explores the nature of truth and reality in contemporary life. It surveys themes relevant to today, including political unrest, race relations, sexual identity, and media. Truth: 24 frames per second runs October 22 – January 28.

Pictured: Ant Farm. Media Burn. 1975-2003. © 2017 Ant Farm. Courtesy Electronic Arts Intermix, New York. 

 

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Art at the Limits of Reason

Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950-1980. Containing 100 works of art by 62 different artists, this show captures themes of social and political unrest as well as absurdism and the irrational.

 

Anna Maria Maiolino. In-Out from Fotopoemação Series, 1973-1974.

 

An image from the Met Breuer’s exhibit Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950-1980. Containing 100 works of art by 62 different artists, this show captures themes of social and political unrest as well as absurdism and the irrational. On view through January 14, 2018.

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A History of Photography

Come and check out “A History of Photography” at The George Eastman Museum in Rochester, NY, now through October 8th. 

 

Come and check out “A History of Photography” at The George Eastman Museum in Rochester, NY, now through October 8th. With art ranging from 1839 to present day,  the evolution of photography is truly captured in this exhibit. You definitely don’t want to miss it!

 

 

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Ommegang Brewery

The folks at Ommegang asked Beth Perkins to come out to their brewery just south of Cooperstown, New York, in the Susqehanna River Valley. Founded in 1997 the brewery in based on a traditional Belgian farmhouse.

 

The folks at Ommegang  asked Beth Perkins to come out to their brewery just south of Cooperstown, New York, in the Susqehanna River Valley. Founded in 1997 the brewery in based on a traditional Belgian farmhouse.

 

 

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Irving Penn

From portraiture to fashion to still life, American-born Irving Penn was a multifaceted master of photography. 

 

Irving Penn, Lisa Fonssagrives in Rochas Mermaid Dress, NY, 1947. © The Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn Trust. 

 

 

Irving Penn, Peeled Apple, 1977. © The Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn Trust. 

 

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Strong Women

Over the past few months photographer Beth Perkins has been on assignment for several Colleges and Universities shooting successful alums. Here is a collection of some of Beth’s favorite subjects.  

Over the past few months photographer Beth Perkins has been on assignment for several Colleges and Universities shooting successful alums. Here is a collection of some of Beth’s favorite subjects.  She has put together bio’s and information on each of these strong women.

 

 

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