Exhibitions

Category: Exhibitions

  1. In God’s House examined religious diversity as a reflection of the contemporary immigration crisis and demographic shifts facing Europe. Knight’s photographs of religious services juxtaposed historic Christian churches with contemporary mosques in cities across Europe, and revealed both similarities and differences between faiths. The resulting…

  2. “My work offers a link between the community of people who struggled for justice in our past and the community of people who are doing it now. To participate in that struggle can be very hard, but it is also a place to find deep…

  3. Racist Memorabilia from the Collection of William Berry, Jr. Berry’s collection highlights how ordinary household artifacts have distorted how generations of Americans view people of African descent as somehow less than human. Mainstream media may refer to a post-racial 21st century America, but stereotypes and…

  4. Created by Christine Chin, The Genetically Modified Foods Kitchen explored the controversial technology that allows us to transfer genes between species. Part human and part vegetable, Chin’s Vegetable Human Hybrids made visible the usually invisible process of genetic modification.  In the familiar context of a…

  5. Photographers usually venture out into the world to find their subjects. This time, a group of Syracuse area photographers allowed the world to come to them. Their portraits of service providers, delivery people, and sales people, along with brief biographical details, peer inside the intricate…