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MFA Photo Alumni Exhibition CAMERA WORK, up through Sept 2nd.

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AMT and the MFA Photography program present CAMERA WORK, an exhibition of work from Parsons MFA Photography Alumni, and part of our celebration of 10 years of the MFA Photography program!

Running from June 26 – September 2, 2015 at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center and Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Gallery.

The artists in this exhibition are all “photographers,” which is to say they have all received a Master of Fine Arts degree from the photography program at Parsons School of Design, but none of them chemically transcribe the world onto film. Rather, they use various digital imaging and video processes to create their works; what they have in common is the camera, even if only the one on their iPhone. These artists’ enduring employment of the lens as a fundamental tool to make their art positions them within the photographic tradition and their varied practices as “photography.” Their art is camera work.

Including the work of: Jun Ahn, Berk Çakmakçı, Alison Chen, Xiao Chen and Yichen Zhou, Bobby Davidson, John Deamond, Nathan Harger, Erik Madigan Heck, Brigitte Lustenberger, Joy McKinney, Charlie Rubin, José Soto, Keith Telfeyan, and Marie Vic.

Curated by Sarah Hasted and Joseph R. Wolin. This exhibition is presented with the support of the MFA Photography program in the School of Art, Media, and Technology.

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