INFOCUS Calendar of Events

MAR 29

Artist Talk with Nancy Baron
March 29

7:00PM – 8:30PM
Phoenix Art Museum
Singer Hall

Free and open to the public
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The Good Life Goes On

Artist Talk with Nancy Baron

Nancy Baron will share her spare, jewel-toned impressions of Palm Springs, California. Baron documents, with a positive bias, her ongoing and endless discoveries of her second home and its community of mid-century modern enthusiasts.

Her first monograph, The Good Life > Palm Springs, published by Kehrer Verlag, was released in 2014. Her second monograph with Kehrer, Palm Springs > The Good Life Goes On, was released in October, 2016.

Read more about Nancy Baron.

Photo: Edris With a View © Nancy Baron

APR 12

The Final Picture: A History And Legacy Of Master Photographer Jack Stuler
April 12

7:00PM – 8:30PM
Phoenix Art Museum
Singer Hall

Free and open to the public
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The Final Picture: A History And Legacy Of Master Photographer Jack Stuler

A highly respected and collectible fine art photographer, the late Jack Stuler used his craft to illustrate his evolutionary quest for meaning. When viewed as a whole, the individual pieces culminate into a final picture that fit together as a progressional pilgrimage of the soul. Join us for a panel discussion of Stuler's prolific body of work spanning 40 years.

Read more about Jack Stuler.

Photo: La Jolla Surf, © Jack Stuler

APR 19

Gallery Talk with Andrew Kensett
April 19

7:00PM – 8:00PM
Phoenix Art Museum
Norton Gallery

Free and open to the public
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Longer Ways to Go: Photography of the American Road

Gallery Talk with Andrew Kensett

The upcoming Longer Ways to Go exhibition will explore how photographs made of and on America’s roads have influenced and been influenced by the construction of an American identity. The road is bound up with American ideals of small-town life, the natural landscape, the national heritage of westward expansion, and the exercise of personal freedom, to name a few. Join Assistant Curator Andrew Kensett in the gallery for discussion about the photographs.

Read more about this exhibition.

Photo: Thomas Barrow, untitled from the series In the Garden (detail), 1963. Collection Center for Creative Photography © Thomas Barrow.

DEC 2 ~
APR 9

December 2, 2016 - April 9, 2017

Phoenix Art Museum
Norton Gallery

INFOCUS Juried Exhibition of Self-Published Photobooks

From the earliest years of the medium’s history, photographers have embraced the book form as a way to present, organize and disseminate their work. The purpose of this second triennial Photobooks exhibition is to explore the range of ways that artists are using newly available commercial technologies in order to express themselves today. The exhibition represents the books chosen by judges Rebecca Senf, Mary Virginia Swanson, Darius Himes, Larissa Leclair, Christian Waguespack and Philip Zimmermann.

Read more about the Photobooks exhibition and see a list of winners here.

MAR 6 ~
MAY 5

The University Club
March 6 – May 5, 2017 Exhibition
March 10, 2017 Opening Reception

University Club of Phoenix
Map

2017 Members' Exhibition

Featuring work produced by INFOCUS members

View an exhibition of beautiful photographs created by INFOCUS members at our annual Members' Exhibition, on display this year at the charming University Club of Phoenix. Visit with the artists, and enjoy light refreshments at the free opening reception on the evening of March 10. The exhibition itself will be on view to the public from March 6 through May 5, during regular Club hours.

The Call for Submissions is closed.

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APR 15 ~
OCT 15

Longer Ways to Go
April 15 – October 15, 2017

Phoenix Art Museum
Norton Gallery

Longer Ways to Go

Photography of the American Road

The most recent collaboration between Phoenix Art Museum and the University of Arizona’s Center for Creative Photography (CCP), Longer Ways to Go delves deep into the complex dialogue that photography can enter into with a subject dear to many. This exhibition explores the symbiotic relationship between photography and the folklore of the American highway, including the emblematic Route 66. Longer Ways juxtaposes photographs from different eras, exploring themes related to travel, ideals of small-town life, the national heritage of westward expansion, and personal freedom,

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