Visitors tour the Museum’s exhibition Roger Ballen: Photographs 1982–2009, on view February 27–June 6.
Visitors trace a silhouette as part of the exhibition Portrait, on view February 27–October 17.
Visitors tour Taking Aim: Unforgettable Rock and Roll Photographs Selected by Graham Nash, on view from October 30–January 30, 2011. The exhibition was made possible in part by support from Stephen and Catherine Foley.
The world premiere opening of the Museum’s exhibition Colorama on June 18 was an occasion for a reunion of Colorama photographers. Shown here, left to right, are Steve Kelly, Dick Bowdin, Sam Campanaro, John Menihan, Neil Montanus, Bob Phillip, Don Maggio, Michelle Hallen-Kelly, Bill Cafer Jr., Steve Labuzetta, and Bob Clemens. The exhibition, which is now on tour as a traveling exhibition, was on display at Eastman House June 19–October 17. Both the exhibition and tour were graciously funded by the Harcourt M. and Virginia W. Sylvester Foundation Inc.
Visitors examine the surface of the moon in the Museum’s summer Colorama exhibition.
A visitor studies the works as curator of photographs Alison Nordström (background) gives a tour of the Museum’s Portrait exhibition.
The installation of All Shook Up: Hollywood and the Evolution of Rock ’n’ Roll, on display October 30–January 16, 2011.