A companion to the eponymous exhibition, this volume traces the evolution of the Davis photographycollection through the many people who have influenced its course. Theselections are organized unconventionally, by date of acquisition; this allows forserendipitous and revealing juxtapositions, surprising connections, and startling revelations. Featuring sixty-five contributors, the book includes introductory essays by Lisa Fischman, Lucy Flint, Ann Gabhardt, and Eugenia Parry, along with beautifully illustrated entries by a host of luminaries: Rachael Arauz, David Bakalar, Rebecca Bedell, Patricia G. Berman, Sarah Betzer, Judith Black, Lucienne Schupf Bloch,Sarah Ganz Blythe, Leslie K. Brown, Margaret D. Carroll, Kimberly Cassibry, Alison Chang, S. Hollis Clayson, Susan Silverstone Darer, Venita Datta, Elizabeth Ferrer, Cheryl Finley, Lisa Fischman, Lucy Flint, Jacqueline Fowler, Judith Hoos Fox, Alice T. Friedman, Ann Gabhart, Brian S. Garrison, Barbara Silverstone Garrison, Milly Glimcher, Vicki Goldberg, Nikki A. Greene, Linda Wyatt Gruber, Dabney Hailey, Maria Morris Hambourg, Judith B. Hecker, Eleanor M. Hight, Juliana Kreinik, Lisa Kurzner, Ellen Jacobson Levine, Heping Liu, Meredith Martin, Anne McCauley, Martha J. McNamara, Elaine Mehalakes, David Mickenberg, Suzanne Kibler Morris, Andrew Mowbray, Jacqueline Marie Musacchio, Heidi NitzeMary Hammond Norton, James Oles, David T. Olsen, Mildred Goldsmith Palley, Eugenia Parry, Carlos Ramos, Jock Reynolds, Elizabeth F. Robbins, Wendy Snyder MacNeil, Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz, Natasha Staller, Jim Stone, Brian Swift, Susan M. Taylor, Leslie Dansker Toepfer, Hannah Townsend, Rosamond Vaule, Margaret Rose Vendryes, and Leslie Wilson.
A Generous Medium
Davis Museum at Wellesley College
Photography at Wellesley 1972-2012
Art & Fashion