Who We Are: Decolonizing Visual Narratives
Citlali Fabián is a Yalalteca, Mexican visual artist and storyteller who uses photography to explore identity and its connections with territory, migration, and community bonds. In this virtual artist talk, Fabián will share her work and discuss how photography enables her to portray her indigenous identity and build a sense of belonging.
Fabián's work has been exhibited internationally, and her project Mestiza was selected as one of the New York Times Lens Blog’s “13 Stories That Captured Photography in 2018."
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Upcoming Events in this Series
In Focus: In this virtual talk, Landscape Manager Dan Bellavia and Assistant Conservator Sarah Casto will discuss the original blue prints for George Eastman's estate and how the property has evolved over time. Join us for this in-depth look at the history of these historic documents and get a behind the scenes glimpse at how conservation treatments are able to preserve them for future generations.
In this virtual talk, artist Stacey Steers and assistant curator Gordon Nelson will discuss the works currently on view in the exhibition Stacey Steers: Night Reels.
In conjunction with the exhibition To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults by Jess T. Dugan and Vanessa Fabbre, the George Eastman Museum and ImageOut are hosting a panel discussion exploring representation of trans individuals in cinema.