Artist Talk: "Child's Play: Representations of Adolescence"

Artist Talk: "Child's Play: Representations of Adolescence"

with photographer Jocelyn Lee

End your week with art! Each Friday at noon, join a curator, educator, scholar, or artist in the galleries.

This week, join photographer Jocelyn Lee for her talk on the exhibition Child's Play: Representations of Adolescence. Explore the ways that 20th-century photographers have explored the tumultuous, uncertain, and often playful subjects of adolescence and childhood through this exhibition of work from the PMA collection.

Photographer Jocelyn Lee is interested in looking at states of being: birth, childhood, aging, physical fragility, death, sensuality, the animal world, and people in nature. A recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, Lee has served as a professor of photography at Princeton University since 2003.

Image: Jocelyn Lee (United States (b. Italy), born 1962), Untitled (Kara on Easter) (detail), 1997|2013, Inkjet print, 40 x 50 inches. Museum purchase with support from the Irving B. Ellis Fund, and the Contemporary Art Fund, in memory of Bernice McIlhenny Wintersteen, 2013.27a

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