Catherine Opie: 700 Nimes Road
On View
Opens October 22
A Matter of Memory
Photography as Object in the Digital Age
Elizabeth Taylor
On Screen at the Dryden Theatre
Tennessee Williams
Wish You Were Here
Elena Dorfman: The Reconstructed Landscape
November 10, 6 p.m.

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Saturday, October 22, 1 p.m.

Talks | Panel Discussion: Matter and Memory in the Digital Age

In a conversation moderated by exhibition curator Lisa Hostetler, artists James Welling, Marco Breuer, and Diane Meyer will discuss how the transition from analog to digital technologies is changing the landscape of memory. 

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Thursday, November 10, 6 p.m.

Talks | Elena Dorfman: The Reconstructed Landscape

In recent years, Los Angeles-based photographer Elena Dorfman has shifted her lens from portraits of subcultures to contemplative American landscapes. 

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Thursday, November 17, 6 p.m.

Talks | Artist's Talk: Jason Lazarus, Gestures Toward the Photographic

Working with photography as an expanded field, Jason Lazarus will trace multiple projects that rely on found images and text, including his installation T.H.T.K. (Rochester), on view in A Matter of Memory: Photography as Object in the Digital Age.

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Current Exhibitions

Catherine Opie: 700 Nimes Road

October 1, 2016 to January 8, 2017
Project Gallery

Catherine Opie: 700 Nimes Road presents recent work by Los Angeles–based artist Catherine Opie, one of the essential figures in contemporary photography. Taken over the course of six months at the Bel Air, California, residence of Elizabeth Taylor (1932–2011), the photographs in the exhibition are selected from two series, Closets and Jewels and 700 Nimes Road. Inspired by William Eggleston’s images of Elvis Presley’s Memphis estate, Graceland, Opie creates a portrait of Taylor from her personal space and mementos.

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