Renowned Photographer Judy Dater Visits for "Face Value" Opening
Photographer Judy Dater's portrait of Imogen Cunningham and model Twinka Thiebaud has been called "one of the most recognizable images caught by an American photographer."
Ms. Dater came to the opening and spoke to an appreciative audience about her life and her work, sharing the stories behind the photographs, adding the context of social and cultural changes beginning in the 1960's. Curator Catherine Johnson-Roehr introduced Ms. Dater:
Listen to an interview with Judy Dater on WFIU: http://indianapublicmedia.org/artworks/13-18/ (23:00)
New WFIU "Profiles" interview featuring Judy Dater, joined by IU Fine Arts Ruth Ann Halls Professor of Photography, Jeffrey Wolin: http://indianapublicmedia.org/profiles/photographer-judy-dater/ (56:50)
"Face Value" also includes photos from Arnold Newman, Irving Penn, Herb Ritts, and others. The exhibition continues through August in the Kinsey Gallery, along with "Casual Encounters" in the Corridor Gallery