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FotoFocus Lecture with Roe Ethridge

March 25, 2015 - 07:00 pm

WHERE:
Fath Auditorium

The FOTOFOCUS Lecture and Visiting Artist Series, sponsored by Lightborne Inc., and formerly known as the Lightborne Lecture Series, invites renowned photographers to Cincinnati to share their work with the public and area college students. Lectures are held each fall and spring.

 

About the Artist

Roe Ethridge (b. 1969) works in both editorial and fine art photography. Drawing upon the descriptive power of photography and the ease with which it can be accessed, duplicated, and recombined, Ehtridge orchestrates visual fugues inspired by images in media culture and effectively reanimates that culture by reinserting his work within it. Ethridge's work both copies and inspires copyists as part of a common and constantly evolving visual discourse.

 

Ethridge's work has been shown extensively in venues around the world, including MOMA/PS1 (2000); Barbican Center, London (2001); Carnegie Museum of Art (2002); Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (2005); The Whitney Biennial (2008); Museum of Modern Art, New York (2010); and Les Rencontres d'Arles, France (2011). He has had solo exhibitions at the Garage, Moscow (2011) and Le Consortium, Dijon, France (2013). In 2011 he was a finalist for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize.

 

Free and Open to the Public

Reservations are not required, but early arrival is recommended.

Parking at the Art Museum is $4, FREE for Art Museum Members.

 

Reception

A public reception will immediately follow the lecture in the Art Museum's Great Hall

 

 

Image: Roe Ethridge, Louise with House, 2014, Dye sublimation print on aluminum, 41 x 33 inches

Courtesy of the artist and Greengrassi, London, and Andrew Kreps, New York

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