Thursday, February 6, 2020
Hood Museum of Art
Marcelo Brodsky, photographer and human rights activist
We remember who we are and were through our photographs. At a time when visual culture is transforming language to an unprecedented extent, Brodsky will argue for using images to narrate whatever story or experience we want to offer later generations.
Image caption: Marcelo Brodsky, The Class, from the series Buena Memoria, 1996, printed 2011, inkjet print. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: Museum purchase funded by Joan Morgenstern, Richard S. Jackson, Nina and Michael Zilkha, the S. I. Morris Photography Endowment, Anne Wilkes Tucker, and Clinton T. Willour; 2014.670. © Marcelo Brodsky
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