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Kathya Maria Landeros, Juan's family, Eastern Washington, 2012. Courtesy of the artist.

Kathya Maria Landeros, Juan's family, Eastern Washington, 2012. Courtesy of the artist.

The Neighbors: Slide Shows for America

August 24 - December 5, 2020
Online Exhibition
CAM Galleries Open for USF Faculty, Staff, and Students - Reservations Required
RE-OPENING + RESERVATION INFORMATION

USF Contemporary Art Museum's galleries are open to USF Faculty, Staff, and Students who are cleared for campus. However, USFCAM currently remains closed to the non-USF general public pending broader reopening of the University campus. Reservations are required for entry, and must be made here

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UPCOMING EVENTS

10/08/2020 - 6pm EDT - The Neighbors Online Spoken Word with Heard ‘Em Say, Zoom

11/05/2020 - 6pm EST - The Neighbors Online Scholars Talk with Lisa J. Sutcliffe, Zoom

11/19/2020 - 6pm EST - The Neighbors Film Screening, CAM + Online

 

RECENT PRESS

08/28/2020 - USF Contemporary Art Museum opens ‘The Neighbors: Slide Shows for America’ - Artdaily.com 

08/20/2020 - USF Contemporary Art Museum Exhibition "The Neighbors" - By Natalie Taylor, ABC Action News, WFTS-Tampa 

08/19/2020 - Meet The Neighbors: Exhibit Focuses on Underexposed Communities  - By D’Ann Lawrence White - Patch.com 

 

ONLINE EXHIBITION

Exhibition Home   //   Essay by Lisa J. Sutcliffe
Widline Cadet   //   Guy Greenberg   //   Curran Hatleberg   //   Kathya Maria Landeros   //   Zora J Murff

The Neighbors: Slide Shows for America, features photographic slideshows by artists Widline Cadet, Guy Greenberg, Curran Hatleberg, Kathya Maria Landeros, and Zora J Murff. Amid a polarizing 2020 election season and an evolving COVID-19 pandemic, each participating camera artist was commissioned to create a slideshow of underexposed communities in the United States. For this show, less is more: the photographic portfolios installed at the USF Contemporary Art Museum are displayed using traditional slide carousels, to evoke the intimacy of family and community slide shows of another age. Lisa J. Sutcliffe, Herzfeld Curator of Photography and Media Arts at the Milwaukee Art Museum, has contributed a curatorial essay.

The exhibition will be available to view online on this exhibition website. USFCAM remains closed to the public pending a broader reopening by the University of South Florida. After USF reopens, reservations will be required to visit CAM, and details will be available on cam.usf.edu at that time.

Curated by Christian Viveros-Fauné, and organized by USF Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa.

Made possible by Major Sponsor the Stanton Storer Embrace the Arts Foundation, and by grants from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Florida Department of State.

 

GALLERY INSTALLATION VIEWS VIDEO

The Neighbors: Slide Shows for America, USFCAM Installation Views.

OPENING ARTISTS CONVERSATION VIDEO

The Neighbors: Slide Shows for America, Online Opening Conversation. August 28, 2020.

 


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