Antarctica is the subject of the largest photographic exhibition ever shown at Pitzer College. It is the first to take place simultaneously at the campus’ Nichols and Lenzer Family Art Galleries from November 17, 2007 through January 12, 2008. Antarctica brings together the work of three extraordinary artists: Joyce Campbell, Anne Noble and Connie Samaras. The artists’ collaborative work explores the subject of Antarctica, the coldest and most extreme continent on Earth.
Tuesday – Friday 12-5 or by appointment (909) 607-3143
For more information contact Ciara Ennis, Director/Curator, (909) 607-3143
Gallery office: Atherton 110
Images from left to right:
Joyce Campbell, Ice Ghoul (2006), Daguerreotype, 5 x 7 inces. Courtesy of the artist
Anne Noble, Antarctica [Discovery Museum, Dundee] (2003), Inkjet Pigment on Epson Premium Lustre, 37.4 x 29.3 inches, Courtesy Two Rooms Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand and the artist
Connie Samaras, VALIS (vast interactive intelligence system), Dome Exit, South Pole (2005-07), C-Print, 20 x 24 inches, Courtesy of De Soto Gallery, Los Angeles and the artist.
Generous support for the lecture series has been provided by the Frederick J. Salathé Fund for Music and the Cultural Arts, Campus Life Committee, Pitzer College