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Many of these photographs – particularly those of Lange – were censored during the war and never seen until the 1970s.
This collection is paired with contemporary works by Chilean photographer Tamara Merino whose October 2018 photo documentary for National Geographic examined the plight of Central American refugees who walked and hitched rides over 1,000 miles through Mexico to camp on the Gateway to the Americas International Bridge in Nuevo Laredo, hoping to obtain asylum in US.
Artists: Frank Aiello, Gary Armstrong, Mary Bays, Greg Biermann, Suzaan Boettger, Mona Brody, Steven Carver, John Cichowski, Denise Budd, Alyce Gottesman, Ethan Greenbaum, Fariba Hajamadi, Andrea Geller Jablonski, Carl Jablonski, Paul Laliberte, Bernice Leibowitz, Claire Mc Conaughy, Paul Mindell, Harper T. Fallah, Carla Gannis, Rico Gatson, Andrew Gori and Ambre Kelly, Fariba Hajamadi, Jeannette Louie, Gustavo Prado Identity Document features eight artists from diverse backgrounds working in painting, sculpture, video, film, and photography that address the idea that identity can be fluid.
Phillips, Christopher Priore, Laurie Riccadonna, Scott Staton, Vesselina Traptcheva Curated by Chris Bors, Gallery Director Exhibition dates: November 7 — December 13, 2017 Opening Reception: November 14, 2017, 6—8 pm Gallery Bergen, West Hall 329 Artists: C. It can be represented in many forms, including the concrete, the abstract and somewhere in between. In our current social and political climate, great emphasis is placed on immigration, geography and nationality, although we have never been a more global society given the ease of travel, communication technology, and the web.
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Exhibition dates: January 24 through March 30, 2019 Gallery Bergen, West Hall 329 Opening Reception: Thursday, January 24, 2019, to p.m.
with special art performance by Jaanika Peerna Participating Artists: Peter Alan, paintings James Balog, video Helena Donzelli, sculpture Jeff Frost, video installation and photographs Andrea Geller, paintings Karen Lynn Ingalls, paintings Marie Mc Crary, photograph and physics Mitsuko Nakagawa, installation Jaanika Peerna, drawings and performance Carleen Sheehan, digital prints Photographs at the Borders of Citizenship Dorothea Lange, Ansel Adams, and Clem Albers (1942) Tamara Merino (2018) Exhibition dates: November 13 – December 22, 2018 Gallery Bergen, West Hall 329 https://belongingsbcc.Who belongs here – in this America?
This exhibition pairs two sets of photographic records, two tragic experiences people on two sides of the US border separated by more than seventy years in America’s cultural and political struggle over who belongs and who doesn’t.
At the heart of it is a collection of work by the renowned photographers Dorothea Lange, Ansel Adams and Clem Albers.
Their images are part of the Library of Congress collection of the War Relocation Authority that hired photographers to document the registration, processing and internment of 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry (over two thirds of whom were American citizens) in concentration camps in the West.