Humboldt Arts Council in the Morris Graves Museum of Art presents Tiaras
by Pam Mendelsohn and sculptural ceramics by Susan Needham
27, 2001 in the Homer Balabanis Gallery.
is May 5, 6:00 p.m. during First Saturday Night Arts Alive!
is located at 636 "F" Street in Eureka, California and is open
Wednesday through Sunday, 12 p.m.-5 pm.
Language" solo exhibition
Photographs by Pam Mendelsohn
The 30 photographs
are from her series of mannequins and people who are playing with and
celebrating "the idea" of the mannequin, 1990-2001.
March 3 through
April 6, 2001
ARTIST'S RECEPTION: MARCH 5, 5:00 until 7:00 PM
6121 Hollis Street, Emeryville, CA 94608
through Friday, 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM and Monday through Saturday, 5:30-9:30
phone: (510) 547-4725
(See Archive 2, gallery
Contact information: Pam Mendelsohn
de cercles photographiques"
of the photos excelled to the contests of the federation. These photos
and others will be visible at the time of the exhibition of the federation
April 21 and 22.
à jour de la galery de la fédération de cercles photographiques
(Belgique). Présentation des photos primées lors des concours
de la FCP. Ces photos et d'autres seront visibles lors du salon FBCP -
FCP les 21 et 22 avril. ))
Alain Mairy, Webmaster FCP
AT THE HOPEWELL MUSEUM
largest exhibit of the photographs of Doris Ulmann since 1946 opened February
10 at the Hopewell Museum in Paris, KY. The exhibit, "Doris Ulmann's
Passionate Portraits of America," coincides with publishing of the
first-ever full biography of Ulmann, a gifted artist who was one of the
foremost photographers of the early twentieth century.
Doris Ulmann (1882-1934) worked from 1917 until days before her death
in August 1934, producing images of authors and editors, doctors and scientists,
rural African Americans, mountain Appalachians and Indians. Harvard psychiatrist
Robert Coles has said that these photos "come closer to more truths
than perhaps anyone's words can evoke."
46 Ulmann photographs in the exhibit are all owned by Bourbon Countians.
Most of the vintage artworks are from the collection of Gordon and Lyn
Layton and one belongs to Martha Bennett Stiles, author and granddaughter
of the noted author John Bennett, whose portrait by Ulmann is included
in the exhibit.
The exhibit is curated by Lyn and Margaret Layton, who write in their
exhibit introduction, "Ulmann's works are photographically significant
because of the difficulty of the techniques she used, her unusual approach
to photographing her subjects, and the critical acclaim she earned in
her day -- even Eleanor Roosevelt was one of her admirers!
Life and Photography of Doris Ulmann, by Philip Walker Jacobs,
available. Includes twelve of the 45 "Doris Ulmann's Passionate Portraits
of America" photographs, or variants.
exhibit continues through May 30, 2001.
Museum, 800 Pleasant Street, Paris, Kentucky
Wednesday to Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. and Sunday 2 to 4 p.m.,
or contact Hopewell Museum Administrator Betsy Kephart at (859) 987-7274
for further information.