Art & Art History
Catalogue of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, March 4 - March 28, 2009.
Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Phillip Earenfight, Dickinson College.
The photographic collection at The Trout Gallery and Archives and Special Collections represents an important and growing resource for the Dickinson College community. On the occasion of The Trout Gallery’s twenty-fifth anniversary, Through the Lens: Studies in Photography provides an opportunity to highlight and develop further the museum’s photographic collection. [from Introduction by Phillip Earenfight]
Table of Contents
Introduction: The Photographic Collection at The Trout Gallery and Dickinson College / by Phillip Earenfight
Ralph Gibson: The Third Effect / by Tess Arntsen
Lucien Clergue: “Significant Representation” of Women / by Kristin Beach
In An Effort to Find the Other Half: Fragmentation in Contemporary Photography / by Jennings Culver
Jenny Lynn’s Enigmatic Imagery / by Kendall Friedman
Elliott Erwitt: A Keen Sense of the Ridiculous / by Elizabeth Grazioli
Pete Turner: Color Manipulation / by Flannery Peterson
The Cultural Kaleidoscope of Mexico and Manuel Álvarez Bravo’s Photography / by Madelyn Priest
Constructions of Identity: Andy Warhol and His Polaroids / by Sarah Quin
Observing Grace: Kristin Capp’s Hutterite Images / by Kristen Rudy
Eadweard Muybridge: Frozen Moments / by Casey Jane Schaffer
Duane Michals: The Room Where the World Ended / by Lucy Stirn
Andy Warhol’s Absolut Vodka / by Hana Thomson
Earenfight, Phillip, et al. Through the Lens: Studies in Photography. Carlisle, Pa.: The Trout Gallery, Dickinson College, 2009.