With over 100 books from 93 artists around the world, Thinking of a Place is both an exhibition and a reading room that challenges and illuminates what it means to visually encounter a space. Curated by PPAC Education Director Josh Brilliant, the exhibition explores how photographs can be made of the familiar and unfamiliar while acknowledging the politics of representing another’s home and culture.
To celebrate the opening of Thinking of a Place, join them on June 13, 5-6pm for a conversation with one of the artists featured: Rose Marie Cromwell, an award-winning photographer and video artist, whose work explores the effects of globalization on human interaction and social politics. The conversation will be followed by an opening reception, 6-8pm. Tickets are free but seating is limited – register in advance through Eventbrite!