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Henry Horenstein: Selected Works

Film still from Partners (2018), feature length documentary by Henry Horenstein

Film still from Partners (2018), feature length documentary by Henry Horenstein 

HENRY HORENSTEIN SELECTED WORKS

September 12—October 27, 2019

Artist's Talk: Thursday, September 12, 4:30 PM 
Lang Performing Arts Center Cinema
List Gallery reception follows: 5:30–7:00 PM

 Partners: Thursday, October 24, 4:30 PM

Film screening, discussion, and reception with Henry Horenstein
Lang Performing Arts Center Cinema

Curated by Andrea Packard and Ron Tarver, this exhibition features selections from three series by Henry Horenstein: AnimaliaHumans, and Malecón.  Horenstein's photographs and acclaimed documentary, Partners (2018), broaden our understanding of nature, the human body, and intimacy.  This exhibition and an accompanying catalog were made possible by the William J. Cooper Foundation. Additional support was provided by the Department of Art and Art History, Swarthmore College.

View a [PDF] of the exhibition catalog.

View a [PDF] of the exhibition press release.

The List Gallery, Swarthmore College is pleased to present Henry Horenstein: Selected Works, September 12–October 27, 2019. Curated by List Gallery Director Andrea Packard and Assistant Professor of Art Ron Tarver, the exhibition features close up views from Horenstein's Animalia and Humans series, together with intimate portraits and figure studies taken along the famed Malecón seawall in Havana, Cuba. Together with Horenstein's award-winning documentary, Partners, these images invite us to broaden our definitions of nature, the human body, and intimate partnerships. Horenstein will lecture about his varied career on Thursday, September 12, 4:30 p.m. in the Lang Performing Arts Center Cinema. An opening reception will follow in the List Gallery, 5:30-7:00 p.m. This exhibition and an accompanying catalog have been made possible through a generous grant from the William J. Cooper Foundation. Additional support was provided by Swarthmore's Department of Art and Art History and Department of Film and Media Studies. All events are free and open to the public.

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