Wish You Were Here: Jeffrey Wolin—Photographs and Text
On Thursday March 20, 2014 at 6:00 pm in Dryden Theatre
Through image and text, Jeffrey Wolin links person and place with the passage of time. Often focusing his lens on individuals who have experienced hardship, he creates portraits that are distinctly honest and human. He will discuss his recent work, including the series Pigeon Hill Portraits: Then and Now, named for a low-income area of his hometown of Bloomington, Indiana. A graduate of RIT, Wolin is the recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. He is represented by June Bateman Fine Art in New York and Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago.
See more of the Pigeon Hill Portraits series on the artist's website.
About Wish You Were Here
Now in its fourteenth year, this popular Eastman House travel photography lecture series brings artists and photojournalists to the Dryden Theatre to share stories and photographs and answer audience questions. Lectures are followed by book signings.
Admission: Free to members; $6/$3 students.
Wish You Were Here is generously sponsored by museum member Dr. Thomas N. Tischer.