American Photography Since 1950
For those of you in the Madison, Wisconsin area, be sure to stop by Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s photography exhibit, ‘Focal Points’. The exhibition runs until September 1.
Just as a “focal point” in photography indicates an area of sharp focus, Focal Points: American Photography Since 1950, on view in MMoCA’s main galleries from May 18 through September 1, concentrates on important thematic interests of American photographers in the last sixty years. These themes—American Road Trip, City and Suburb, Fantasy, Nature, The Body, Rural America, and We the People—cut across the decades and are not limited by school, formal styles, technique, or critical discourse. What unites them is their visualization and expression of American identity.”
– MMoCA Website