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Virtual Art History Lectures: Introduction to the History of Photography

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January 19 @ 12:00 pm - March 16 @ 1:00 pm

Virtual Art History Lectures: Introduction to the History of Photography

Instructor: Mehves Lelic, Curator
mlelic@academyartmuseum.org
January 19, February 16, March 2, March 16
Tuesdays, Noon
Cost: Free – Registration is required
ZOOM LECTURE


The possibility of fixing an image has captured human imagination since antiquity. In this four-part lecture, AAM Curator and photographer Mehves Lelic introduces the invention and historical development of processes that made the medium a multiplex tool for artistic production, visual communication and scientific documentation, and brought on its pivotal role in contemporary culture. Lelic will discuss the work of seminal photographers, and relevant sociopolitical and critical context(s) that help decipher meaning and relevance.

January 19th: The Beginning: Early Processes and Works, 1700-1850 – REGISTER HERE
February 16th: The Latent Image: 1850-1900 – REGISTER HERE
March 2nd: Analog Forever: 1900-1957 – REGISTER HERE
March 16th: “There Is No There”: Contemporary Photography, 1857-today – REGISTER HERE

Date:

January 19

Time:

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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Art History , Mehves Lelic , photography , Zoom

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