Posts Tagged ‘Anna Strickland’

Strickland Exhibition ‘From the Faraway Nearby’

Anna Strickland (Senior Critic, Photography) has an exhibition currently on view at the Tilt Gallery (7077 East Main Street, Scottsdale) through 28th October 2016. Her exhibition is entitled From the Faraway Nearby, a title that was drawn from the book by Rebecca Solnit which resonates with her thoughts on how many people take the natural world for […]

Strickland Exhibition ‘HANDMADE’ at Duvernois Gallery, NYC

Anna Strickland (Senior Critic, Photography) has a co-curated show HANDMADE currently on display at the Christian Duvernois Gallery (648 Broadway, New York) until 6th July 2016. The show features the terracotta sculptures of Rudolph Serra paired with Strickland’s photographs. HANDMADE focuses on two distinguished practices that reveal the potential of the hand and its gestures in […]

Strickland on “Beyond Spheres”

Anna Strickland (Senior Critic, Photography) will give a talk on “Beyond Spheres” with Edward Earle, Curator of International Center of Photography, Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at the Tenri Cultural Institute. The Beyond Spheres project by Koichiro Kurita is inspired by the literature of Henry David Thoreau and attempts to visually explore Thoreau’s philosophy regarding the […]

Strickland in Slovakia

Anna Strickland (Senior Critic, Photography) has been invited to the Month of Photography in Slovakia and will be teaching a weeklong class to Academy students in Antique and Alternative Photography. The galleries and museums in Bratislava, Budapest and Warsaw will open in November, with thirty-one individual and group exhibitions by artists from more than 20 countries […]