Photography buffs & Art historians mark your calendar for Friday May 4, 6pm at Jennifer Schwartz Gallery. Fredrick Gross will be signing his newest book about influential photographer Diane Arbus.
“Frederick Gross, an art history professor at SCAD-Savannah, will discuss his research on Diane Arbus’s work focusing on the moment in which it was produced and first viewed to reveal its broader significance for analyzing and mapping the culture of the 1960s. ”
Arbus was a New York photographer for Esquire, Vogue, The Sunday Times Magazine. Her work has been exhibited worldwide & won the Guggenheim in 1963 & 1966. Working in Black & White square format Arbus created beautifully haunting images of circus performers, nudists, transgendered & the “freaks” of our 1960s American landscape.
Diane Arbus’s 1960s: Auguries of Experience was published by the University of Minnesota Press in February and will be available for purchase at the Fall Line Bookstore inside Jennifer Schwartz Gallery. Drinks at 6 PM, with a formal lecture & book signing following at 7 PM.
Jennifer Schwartz Gallery
1000 Marietta St Suite 112