- Thursday, February 23, 2012
Date + TimeThursday, February 23, 2012
LocationPhyllis Wattis Theater
In 1972 self-taught photographer Stephen Shore set out from his native New York City to Amarillo, Texas, on the first of what would become a decade's worth of road trips across America. Shore's trademark photographs of middle-American landscapes, interiors, and figures helped establish color photography as an accepted medium in the world of art. Shore's work is in the SFMOMA and Pilara Foundation collections, and he is the recent recipient of a CCA Wattis Institute of Contemporary Art commission to document the United States in its current state of economic downturn. His work is on view in Picturing Modernity.
Stephen Shore, photographer
Admission + Ticketing
Free and open to the public. Seating is first come, first served. Tickets will be available for pick up on the day of the event at the Phyllis Wattis Theater entrance beginning at 5:00 p.m. No late seating.
Presented in association with Pier 24 Photography and California College of the Arts.
Image: Stephen Shore, Beverly Boulevard and LaBrea Avenue, Los Angeles, California, 1975; Collection SFMOMA, purchase through a gift of an anonymous donor in memory of Tennyson Schad; © Stephen Shore