When: Through Jan. 19
Juried and curated by Maurice Berger and Marvin Heiferman. Each year, CPW invites a curator of national or international repute to apply their unique curatorial vision in creating a survey exhibition of contemporary photography.
This year's annual survey of the current state of photography at CPW is considered through the critical gaze of distinguished curators Maurice Berger and Marvin Heiferman, in the work of eight photographers exploring identity. Martha Díaz-Adam focuses on the cross-cultural. Maureen R. Drennan envisages a 1951 cross-country journey taken by her stepfather. Nona Faustine digs into racial and gender stereotypes. Luther Konadu, Cynthia Bittengield, Sara Macel, Jean Sousa, and Derrick Woods-Morrow also contribute their distinctive takes on the parameters of personhood.
—Carl Van Brunt