Photographers Among Us
April 7 – July 31, 2018
Drawn from the museum’s collection,
Photographers Among Us presents a selection of 20th-century documentary works. From Lewis Hine’s photographs of child laborers in 1909 to Danny Lyon’s images of Texas prison inmates in the late 1960s, many of the pictures included exhibit a civic consciousness. Mirrors of their times, produced for newspapers, magazines, photobooks, government-sponsored projects, or the United States Army, photographs in this exhibition have become historical agents, shaping our understanding of the past.
Generous support for this exhibition has been provided by the Francesca S. Woodman Exhibitions Fund.
Friends of the Addison Event: Tour of Photographers Among Us
Addison supporters are invited for a special tour of the exhibition with Curator Tessa Hite ahead of the public opening. A reception will follow. Space is limited; for reservations, or to join Friends of the Addison, contact Anna Gesing at 978.749.4023 or email@example.com.
By reservation: Wednesday, April 11, 6:00 pm
Lecture: Bending the Frame: How to Use Visual Media to Make an Impact in the World
Fred Ritchin, Dean Emeritus, International Center of Photography, and former Picture Editor, The New York Times Magazine, will talk about the complex relations between social justice and photojournalism in today's oversaturated political and media climates, and examine the historical uses of photography and related media to inspire social change. This program will take place in Kemper Auditorium. Free and open to the public.
Wednesday, May 2, 8:00 pm
Photographers Among Us Gallery Tour
Curator Tessa Hite will lead visitors through the galleries to discuss the themes and works presented in the exhibition. This event, organized with Andover's Memorial Hall Library, is free, but space is limited; please register online or call 978.623.8430.
Thursday, May 17, 11:00 am