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    Private Collections Exposed

    Private Collections Exposed

    Presented by Center for Photographic Art at Center for Photographic Art

    May 3-June 21, 2014

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    Exhibition: Private Collections Exposed: Photographs from the Private Collections of Monterey Region Collectors Panelists: Richard Gadd, Director, Weston Gallery, Denise B. Bethel, Senior Vice President, Chairman, Photographs, Americas, Sotheby’s. The Center for Photographic Art is pleased to present its newest exhibition, Private Collections Exposed, curated by Robin Venuti. The exhibition opens on Saturday, May 3, 2014 with a free wine and cheese reception from 4:00 – 6:00pm. It will be supplemented with a content-rich Collectors Panel on “Why and How to Collect Photography” on June 14, at 3:00pm, featuring Richard Gadd of the Weston Gallery and Denise Bethel of Sotheby’s.
    This unique and diverse exhibition will feature works from the private collections of Monterey region residents, including Lisa deFaria, Mary Jeanne Vincent and Richard Gadd, Betty and Jim Kasson, David Ligare and Gary Smith, Cara Weston, and Huntington Witherill.
    Exhibition photographic prints will include work from renowned, world class photographers Dick Arentz, Morley Baer, Ruth Bernhard, Dan Burkholder, Paul Caponigro, William Clift, Brad Cole, Steve Crouch, Judy Dater, Michael Garlington, Rolf Horne, Michael Kenna, Ed Martin, Richard Misrach, Meredith Mullens, Martha Pearson, J. John Prioloa, Ken Rosenthal, Ryuijie, John Sexton, Eugene Smith, Michael Smith, Paul Strand, Arthur Tress, Jerry Uelsmann, Jack Welpott, Brett Weston, Cole Weston, Edward Weston, Kim Weston, Huntington Witherill, Marion Post Wolcott, Don Worth.
    “This exhibition is collaboration between me and the collectors,” says guest Curator, Robin Venuti. “I asked each collector to showme those pieces they felt most passionate about. In some cases, there was a friendly negotiation about what to include in the show, but most of the time, I could see why their picks were their favorites. From the sublime to the amusing, six different paths in collecting are represented here—six different personalities, each with a different eye and each with a different inspiration about what is of value to them.”
    The exhibition runs through June 21, 2014. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Sunday 1:00pm –5:00pm. The Center for Photographic Art is a non-profit gallery and educational organization committed to artistic development, creative inquiry and photography education. To that end, CPA presents exhibitions, workshops, lectures and other photographic special events. For more information, visit www.photography.org or call 831.625.5181.


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        Center for Photographic Art

        San Carlos and 9th Streets
        Carmel, CA 93921

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        Tickets: Free

        Info Phone: 831-625-5181

      • Dates & Times

        Dates:
        May 3-June 21, 2014

        Times:
        Reception, May 3, 4:00pm through 6:00pm
        Gallery is open Tuesday through Sunday 1:00pm –5:00pm

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