FACES AND PLACES: Photographs from the Kellerman Family

James Nachtwey, El Salvador,
James Nachtwey, El Salvador, 1984

FACES AND PLACES: Photographs from the Kellerman Family
July 19-28 and August 27-September 29, 2018
open in August by appointment

Reception: Friday, July 20, 5-7pm
Open afternoons 12-4pm and every evening of the Stony Brook Film Festival, July 19-28

Kristin Capp, Macarao Capoeira, Salvador, Brazil, 2002
Kristin Capp, Macarao Capoeira, Salvador, Brazil, 2002

FACES AND PLACES: Photographs from the Kellerman Family presents over 60 color and black and white photographs by well known fine art and documentary photographers. Donated to Stony Brook University by the Kellerman family, the collection focuses on striking images of people and places from the 1960s through the present.

The exhibition features works by more than ten artists, including Irina Ionesco and Ralph Gibson, who present dramatic light and shadow play across people and architecture; Walter Iooss’s sports stars at rest and in action; and artists working through a photojournalistic lens, such as James Nachtwey and Kristin Capp, who capture the beauty and humanity of people around the world.

The Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery is located on the first floor of the Staller Center for the Arts at Stony Brook University. The Gallery is open all ten evenings of the Stony Brook Film Festival, presented by Island Federal Credit Union. Admission is free.

FACES AND PLACES  is sponsored through the generosity of Andrew  Kellerman and Katherine King Kellerman (BA ’94). The 2018-2019 Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery schedule is made possible by a generous grant from the Paul W. Zuccaire Foundation. Additional funding is provided by the County of Suffolk and the Friends of Staller Center.

Walter Iooss
Walter Iooss, Tony Scott & Gary Templeton, Dodger Stadium, L.A., 1980