Honors Projects

Abstract

This exhibition proposal, designed for the Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery located in the Fine Arts Center at Bowling Green State University, is designed to enhance gallery patrons’ understanding of and appreciation for street photography through a biographical analysis of the works of Garry Winogrand. In addition to presenting 30 photographs by this esteemed photographer, patrons are invited to actively participate in the creation of street photographs and provides a unique opportunity to display them alongside that of a professional in a gallery setting. This exhibition proposal includes a curator’s statement, formal exhibition catalog essay, list of works proposed, detailed floor plan, and budget outlining all income and expenses of the exhibition.

Major

Art – BA in Art History

First Advisor

Dr. Andrew Hershberger

First Advisor Department

School of Art

Second Advisor

Aimee Reid

Second Advisor Department

Theatre and Film

Publication Date

Spring 2014