Featuring artists Delilah Montoya, Kali Spitzer and Laurie Tümer moderated by Laura Addison
July 5, 2017
Wednesday, July 5, 2017 6:30 - 8:00 PM
Wednesday, July 5 6:30 - 8:00 PM
Laura Addison is currently the Curator of European & American Folk Art Collections at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe.
Delilah Montoya is currently a professor of Photography and Digital Media at the University of Houston School of Art. As a photographic printmaker who has experimented with most print processes, Delilah consistently pushes the boundaries of what is technically possible and conceptually challenging.
Kali Spitzer earned a diploma in Professional Photography from the Western Academy and studied at the Institute of American Indian Arts and Santa Fe Community College in Santa Fe. She challenges pre-conceived notions of race, gender and identity through her portraits. Her aim is to provide space for people to be seen, heard and represented in the way they want.
Laurie Tümer teaches Photography, Art Criticism and Art History at Santa Fe Community College, and Writing at Northern New Mexico College. Laurie addresses a variety of themes in her work from the presence of chemicals in our lives to clouds.
The photography exhibition and artists talks at David Richard Gallery during the exhibition are in conjunction with the New Mexico State Committee of the Natiional Museum of Women in the Arts and are part of PhotoSummer 2017