Photo (detail) Credit Danila Tkachenko

Check out CENTER’s 2016 Exhibition Series here.

The Curve 2015: A Global View of New Photography

June 12 — September 13, 2015
Opening June 12, 6-8pm

View fine art and documentary projects from around the world. Presented at the Center for Contemporary Arts (CCA) in Santa Fe, The Curve spotlights outstanding work from the 2015 recipients of CENTER’s annual Project Grants and Choice Awards.

Hours
Muñoz Waxman Gallery
1050 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe, NM
Thursday — Sunday, 12-5pm
(505) 982-1338

Immigration, Migration, & Evolving Boundaries

June 1 — July 31, 2015
Opening reception on Thursday, June 4, 5-7pm

In conjunction with CENTER’s 15th anniversary of the flagship photographic conference and exhibition series the Review Santa Fe Photo Festival, CENTER alumni and members consider the theme Immigration, Migration & Evolving Boundaries. This exhibition includes work from Philip Augustin, Pat Galagan, Abbey Hepner, Alexandra Huddleston, Karen Novotny, Susan Ressler, Jamey Stillings, and Martin Stupich.

Join us Thursday, June 4, 5-7pm at the Marion Center for Photographic Arts, to kick off a special series of events highlighting outstanding contemporary photography.

Hours
Marion Center for Photographic Arts
1600 St. Michaels Drive, Santa Fe, NM
Monday — Friday, 9am-5pm
(505) 473-6341

These exhibits are part of PhotoSummer held in conjunction with the Marion Center for Photographic Arts at Santa Fe University of Art & Design and made possible by the City of Santa Fe Arts Commission and the 1% Lodgers Tax.

Thesis Student’s Showcase

June 1 — July 31, 2015
Opening reception on Thursday, June 4, 5-7pm

On view at the Marion Center for Photographic Arts is a special showcase of the work of the next generation of the photo vanguard including the work of Ash Haywood, Luke E. Montavo, Samantha Podio, Forrest Soper, and Brad Trone from the Santa Fe University of Art & Design.

Hours
Marion Center for Photographic Arts
1600 St. Michaels Drive, Santa Fe, NM
Monday — Friday, 9am-5pm
(505) 473-6341

These exhibits are part of PhotoSummer held in conjunction with the Marion Center for Photographic Arts at Santa Fe University of Art & Design and made possible by the City of Santa Fe Arts Commission and the 1% Lodgers Tax.

Dear Erin Hart

Statement
“Dear Erin Hart,” documents Jessamyn Lovell’s pursuit of Erin Hart, the woman who used Lovell’s NM driver’s license to commit petty crimes. Once Lovell was able to clear her name of the charges she began her own investigation to find the San Francisco-based woman. She spent two years following the paper trail of her case, photographing places she had been or seen, her past addresses, and where she committed the crimes using Lovell’s identity. Lovell hired a private investigator to finally locate Erin Hart in San Francisco county jail and to help follow her after her release from jail. Lovell began this pursuit as a way to understand the course of events that brought their lives together.

Bio
Jessamyn Lovell (b. 1977, Syracuse, NY) is a visual artist working with photography, video, and surveillance as tools to document her own life experiences making connections between class and personal identity. BFA, Rochester Institute of Technology and MFA, California College of the Arts Lovell lives in Albuquerque, NM where she is currently a Lecturer in the Art and Art History Department at UNM. Lovell’s work has been exhibited nationally, and she is the recipient of several awards. Lovell has received international recognition for her most recent work “Dear Erin Hart”.

Hours
CENTER Space
50 Mt Carmel Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87505
By Appointment Only
505-984-8353


PhotoSummer is a collaborative initiative that strives to represent and actively promote historical and contemporary photography in New Mexico. Each summer UNM Art Museum will partner with other organizations in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and throughout the state in order to highlight the very best of photographic practice and scholarship.

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