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Portfolio Review

with photographer Frank Stewart

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detail of black and white photograph of photographer Frank Stewart
Nov 7, 4:00pm
Signature Event Space 4:00pm
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The Baker Museum presents
Portfolio Review
with photographer Frank Stewart

Frank Stewart, artist

Join us for a portfolio review session with photographer Frank Stewart. This is an opportunity for you to receive feedback on your photographs and other insights from the artist. The event is free. Please bring up to 10 photos in digital or hard copy to review.

This presentation is part of the exhibition Frank Stewart’s Nexus: An American Photographer’s Journey, 1960s to the Present.

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Image: Frank Stewart (American, b. 1949). Smoke and the Lovers, (or Smoke and the Lovers, Hawkins Grill) (detail), 1992 (printed 2009). Gelatin silver print, 12 3/8 x 18 1/2 in. Museum of Modern Art, New York, David H. McAlpin Fund, 1276.2009.

Frank Stewart

Frank Stewart

Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Frank Stewart grew up in Memphis and Chicago. He attended the Art Institute of Chicago, where he was a student of Garry Winogrand, and received a BFA in photography from The Cooper Union in New York, where he studied with Roy DeCarava. Stewart became the assistant and photographer to the artist Romare Bearden after the two met in 1975 while filming the documentary Two Centuries of Black American Art, a project organized by David C. Driskell.

Stewart has exhibited photographs at The High Museum, Atlanta; Cooper Union Gallery, Studio Museum in Harlem, Schomburg Center for Research and the International Center of Photography in New York; Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles; and Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C. He was a member of the first team of North American journalists invited by the Center for Cuban Studies to visit Cuba in 1977. He was also invited by the Los Angeles Olympic Committee to photograph the 1984 Olympic games. He has twice been granted a photographic fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, and a New York Creative Artist Public Service Award. He is a member of Kamoinge, an African-American photography collective based in New York. For three decades, he photographed the renowned performers for Jazz at Lincoln Center.

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