Photo by Mitch Epstein, Amos Coal Power Plant, Raymond, West Virginia 2004, Courtesy the artist and Sikkema Jenkins & Co., N.Y.
Reframing the American Landscape PEOPLE PLACES POWER, an exhibition opening January 14th at Davidson College in North Carolina, surveys recent photography by artists Dru Donovan, Mitch Epstein, Gail Albert Halaban, David Hilliard, Lisa Kereszi, Ryan McGinley, Andrew Moore, Alex Prager, Richard Renaldi, Victoria Sambunaris, and David Taylor among others. The exhibition considers American energy production and consumption from a number of angles including the social, political, personal and economic dynamics that play into this nationally pertinent issue. The exhibition kicks off with an artist talk with renowned photographer Mitch Epstein and author Susan Bell on their ongoing internet and public art project whatisamericanpower.com on Thursday, January 13th.
PEOPLE PLACES POWER
On view January 14th – February 25th, 2011
VAN EVERY/SMITH GALLERIES
Belk Visual Arts Center Davidson College 315 North Main Street
Davidson, North Carolina