Uta Barth (American, b. 1958). Ground # 44. 1994. Ektacolor print on panel, 39 1/4 × 48ʺ (99.7 × 121.9 cm). © Uta Barth. Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York

The eleventh exhibition in the Museum’s New Photography series includes three artists who create installations—one site-specific—and one artist who appropriates his pictures from film. While these artistic strategies demonstrate some of the most advanced formal experiments in photography, the exhibition is not intended as a survey of contemporary work, but as a presentation of individual achievements.

Susan Kismaric, Curator

This exhibition is made possible by a generous grant from Springs Industries, Inc., and is part of The Springs of Achievement Series on the Art of Photography.

Installation views

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