Category: FMoPA In Focus
Embark on a journey through Florida’s wild heart with National Geographic Explorer Carlton Ward Jr.’s captivating exhibition at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts. Discover the untold story of the Florida panther’s triumph over extinction and become part of the conservation movement, celebrating resilience and contributing to the preservation of Florida’s unique ecosystems. Join us for an immersive experience that goes beyond photography—it’s a call to action for wildlife conservation.Read More
Many museums are having to find ways to adapt to the rapid changes or get left behind, will online be the future for museums?
Photo Credit Jamie Evawin on Unsplash
Currently on view at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts is work by the Iraqi artist Sama Alshaibi (b. 1973). Her series Carry Over includes beautifully created photogravures to re-contextualize the male gaze by personally recreating historical Orientalist photographs. While most people understand how a traditional photograph is made, many are unclear exactly what a photogravure is and how it fits into the history of photography.Read More
Image Credit: Mesogloia purpurea – Anna Atkins (England, 1799 – 1871)Cyanotype...Read More