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This four-session course explores the ways that artists have used photography since the 1960s. Beginning with the work of Zoe Leonard (b. 1961), the course looks at how artists employ strategies of repetition, framing, and de-familiarization to challenge photography’s traditional identity as a straightforward document.
This three week course will be offered in the Whitney’s new Sondra Gilman Study Center, which is devoted to the study of works on paper. Participants will have the opportunity to view special materials from the Museum’s collection.
In these intensive, single-session courses, noted experts provide an overview of key topics in modern and contemporary art.