AnnieLaurie Erickson exhibits at Higher Pictures in New York
Professor AnnieLaurie Erickson will be exhibiting in Photography Sees the Surface a group exhibition organized by the artist Aspen Mays. The exhibition opens Wednesday, July 1 at Higher Pictures, 980 Madison Avenue in New York. Mays presents an idiosyncratic selection of work by contemporary photographers who are also teachers, as well as historic material, including a 19th century heliogravure of the moon's surface, and a photogram from a Man Ray teaching portfolio. The works on view weave together investigations of photography's ability to isolate detail, abstract form, and obscure and defamiliarize vision, with conceptual and physical references to pedagogy. In addition, in May The Huffington Post featured the Radical Colorshow that Erickson was in at Newspace Center for Photography.