Jill Greenberg artworks in “Like A Horse” at Fotografiska

Above: Installation views of “Like A Horse” at Fotografiska

Photographs by Jill Greenberg are currently on view in the exhibition “Like A Horse” at Fotografiska in Stockholm, Sweden. The exhibition will be on view through September 3, 2017, and is accompanied by a book of the same title published by Bokförlaget Max Ström:

Comprising some 30 photographers, this group exhibition with the horse as its common denominator reflects our relationship with this powerful, spiritual, beautiful and hard-working animal.

Aiming to widen the representation of the horse and its various contexts and cultures, the exhibition curator, Sophie Mörner, in collaboration with Fotografiska, has brought together some 100 works in order to highlight issues of the contemporary role of the horse, all in a multi-dimensional presentation in which photographers, queer theoreticians and horse nerds will all find something of interest.

Click here for more information about ‘Like A Horse’

Browse Jill Greenberg’s series “Horse” at ClampArt

Blog post by:
Raechel McCarthy, Associate Director

Lissa Rivera: Magnum Photography Award 2017 winner

©Lissa Rivera, “Blindfold,” 2016, Archival pigment print. Lissa Rivera’s “Beautiful Boy” was listed among six “Series Winners” of this year’s Magnum Photography Awards, having taken top spot in the “Portrait” category. Winners were selected by an international jury including Alec Soth, Lesley Martin, Susan Meiselas, Sarah Leen, Azu Nwagbogu, David

Work by Nancy Burson on view in The Polaroid Project

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Work by Jesse Burke & Rachel Papo on view in The Fence 2017

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Lissa Rivera in “The Future is Female” at SaveArtSpace

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Jill Greenberg and Lissa Rivera in “On Beauty”

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Henry Horenstein “Honky Tonk” at Newport Art Museum

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Manjari Sharma in “Talking Pictures” exhibition at The Met

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DeCordova Museum acquires Lori Nix print for permanent collection

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Manjari Sharma in “Blah Blossom” pop-up exhibition

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Susan Barnett exhibition at University of Maine Museum of Art

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Watch the creation of Zack Seckler’s “South Africa”

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Jan Rattia exhibition opening at HCP

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Kathryn Keller exhibition at Alexandria Museum of Art

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