Date(s) - Saturday, June 7, 2014
Free with admission. Third in a series of events centered on six different photobook themes.
Nicholas Muellner is an artist whose work lies at the intersection of photography and writing. At this slide presentation for this event, Muellner presents images taken on his travels around Pittsburgh, as he revisits new and distantly remembered places from childhood trips to the city. Far from being “documentary” in nature, Muellner’s work finds ways to address the relationship between photography and experience and evokes a distinctive sense of place.
Reception with coffee and cookies to follow.
Registration is recommended as space is limited.
Carnegie Museum of Art