Join Brian Paul Clamp for a gallery talk at CCP

Ed Flores, CCP, Performance
Image: Copyright Ed Flores, Installation shot of “Performance: Contemporary Photography from the Douglas Nielsen Collection” at the Center for Creative Photography.

Join ClampArt director, Brian Paul Clamp, in conversation with collector Douglas Nielsen at the Center for Creative Photography. Clamp and Nielsen will be walking through the museum’s current exhibition, “Performance: Contemporary Photography from the Douglas Nielsen Collection” (August 9, 2014 – January 4, 2015), and discussing artworks in the show, in addition to a variety of other topics.

Artists from ClampArt’s roster included in the exhibition include Bill Armstrong, John Arsenault, Nancy Burson, Brian Finke, Stan Gaz, and Amy Stein, among others.

“Performance: Contemporary Photography from the Douglas Nielsen Collection” was curated by Joshua Chuang, Chief Curator.

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Thursday, October 9, 2014, 5.30 p.m.
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