Southeast Museum of Photography


A Biennial of Contemporary Photography


October 5, 2012 - February 3, 2013


Artist's Talk and Opening Reception: Friday, October 5, 6-8 pm

Lauren Henkin and Jennifer Schlesinger-Hanson

Lauren Henkin
Lauren Henkin, External 15 from the series "Growth"
"All of the artists are entering the solid core of their careers as their style and subject matter matures to reflect the concerns of a new generation of artists."  - Kevin Miller, Director, Southeast Museum of Photography


The range and breadth of styles, techniques, themes and subject matter used by contemporary photographers presents a broadening and a deepening of the field of serious photography in ways that have re-energized and stimulated the entire profession. It was not so many years ago that so-called serious art photographers had just a few accepted styles, areas of practice and working methods that would be embraced by the worlds of museums, galleries, or in art publishing.



The photographers exhibited in Anthology 2012 represent much of this new range and are producing some of the most significant new work that is starting have an impact in the field. All of the artists are entering the solid core of their careers as their style and subject matter matures to reflect the concerns of a new generation of artists.




Anderson and Low, Mary Ellen Bartley

Jean-Christian Bourcart, John Chakeres, Dominic Chavez, Scott Dalton, Nicola Dill,

Eliot Dudik, Judith Fox, Toni Greaves,

Lauren Henkin, Alexandra Huddleston,

Lisa Kessler, Alex Leme, Emma Livingston, Graham Miller, Jeffrey Milstein, Daniel Mirer, Dianora Niccolini, David Pace, Philipp Scholz Rittermann, David Rochkind, Jennifer Schlesinger-Hanson, Brad Temkin, Shen Wei

Jennifer Schlesinger-Hanson
Jennifer Schlesinger-Hanson, #11, 2011 from the series " Here Nor There"


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Toni GreavesMary Ellen BartleyAlexandra Huddleston 


David RochkindLisa KesslerAlex Leme



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