Center for Photographic Art
She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not is an exhibition featuring 37 fine art photographs by 12 groundbreaking female photographers. Reversing traditional roles, all of the images depict men as subject matter. These powerful photographs often reveal deeper relationships with the subject and capture emotion as part of the art form. Spanning 100 years and including many styles and techniques, this exhibition celebrates the careers of gifted women who have made great contributions in photography.
Guest Curator: Carol Henry
Panel Discussion: Sat. January 7
Carpenter Hall, 4 – 5pm Saturday’s panel discussion will include Barbara Bullock-Wilson, Edna Bullocks daughter. as well as Judy Dater, Martha Casanave, and Carol Henry.
Opening Reception: following the panel discussion
CPA Gallery, 5 – 7pm
Lecture by renowned filmmaker, Meg Partridge discussing her Grandmother, Imogen Cunningham, Tues. Jan. 10th, 6:30- 7:30 pm in the CPA Gallery.
Free and open to the public.
Please click on the photographers names to learn more.
To learn more please visit the Center for Photographic Art
Image in banner The Cotton Picker by Dorothea Lange.
Love and Kisses, George by Brigitte Carnochan.