See Through: Windows and Mirrors in UMMA’s Photography Collection explores how photographers employ windows and mirrors across 100 years of photography practice–from street photography to self-portraiture. The works on view invite us to consider the choices photographers make when constructing their images and, in turn, the manner in which we–as active viewers–see photographs. Accompany Jennifer Friess, UMMA’s Assistant Curator of Photography for a conversation in the gallery about how windows and mirrors, like the medium of photography itself, expand the limits of the human eye to perceive the world.
In Conversation: See Through: Reflections on Photography
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Lead support for See Through: Windows and Mirrors in Twentieth-Century Photography is provided by the Herbert W. and Susan L. Johe Endowment.