POSTPONED | Photo History’s Futures: Emilie Boone

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POSTPONED | Photo History’s Futures: Emilie Boone

Tuesday, February 13, 2024 @ 5:00 pm

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Friend Center, Room 101

Due to the snow, this event is postponed.

2021 marked fifty years of photography at Princeton, sparking both a reflection on the medium’s history and projection toward its future. As part of the Photo History’s Futures lecture series highlighting exciting voices in the field, the Department of Art and Archaeology and the Princeton University Art Museum welcome Emilie Boone to speak about her publication A Nimble Arc: James Van Der Zee and Photography (2023). Boone is assistant professor in art history at New York University. Moderated by Jessica Williams Stark, McCormick Postdoctoral Research Associate in the History of Photography.  

This program is cosponsored by the Department of Art & Archaeology and the Princeton University Art Museum.

James Van Der Zee, Self Portrait, G.G.G. Photo Studio, 2077 7th Avenue, 1937–1943. © James Van Der Zee Archive, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York