E.O. Hoppé: Studio, Society, and Street Photography, 1909–1945
February 17 through May 10, 2015
Saturday, February 28, 11:00 am–3:00 p.m.
Psychology room 105, luncheon provided
Symposium on E.O. Hoppé, portraiture, modernist literature, the cultural politics of dance, and the birth of fashion photography.
Speakers: Maria DiBattista, Professor of English, Princeton University; Storm Tharp, artist; Kohle Yohannan, cultural historian and curator; and Rishona Zimring, Professor of English, Lewis & Clark College.
Organized by Jay Dickson, Professor of English and Humanities, Reed College, and Stephanie Snyder, curator, Cooley Gallery. Generously supported by the Division of Literature and Languages, and the Eddings Fund, Reed College.
Special contemporary projects
A rotating selection of contemporary portraiture is exhibited alongside Hoppé's photography, beginning with the work of Storm Tharp, followed by: Cindy Sherman, Janine Antoni, Peter Simensky, and Marc Joseph Berg.