Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Jerry Siegel is already having a great 2017, and it's only March

Alabama-based photographer Jerry Siegel (see images above and below) has work now up or forthcoming in a number of shows and other venues.

Siegel currently has work in a group show entitled
CONTEMPORARY ALABAMA PHOTOGRAPHY, installed to complement the major retrospective show of work by William Christenberry, now up through August 27, 2017 at the Mobile Museum of Art in Mobile, Alabama.

Siegel will open on March 25th, 2017 a major solo show of work from his Black Belt portfolio at the Morris Museum of Art in Augusta, GA, up through June 18th, 2017. 

This show is entitled THE BLACK BELT OF ALABAMA: A RESPONSE TO HOME, and will contain 31 images from Siegel's Black Belt series. 

Siegel  will also have work in a group show at Virginia Beach's Museum of Contemporary Art, entitled Southern Routes, opening on May 11th and up through August 13th, 2017

Moving south, Siegel will have work in a group show entitled Watershed: Contemporary Landscape Photography, opening June 10th at the Vero Beach Museum of Art

and up through September 17th, 2017. 

Most important of all, Siegel's book of photographs BLACK BELT COLOR is in press and forthcoming from the Georgia Museum of Art, in Athens, GA. 

We will have more on that when we have details on how to order a copy. 

Congratulations to Siegel on all these good things happening in his career. 

And its only March. Who knows what the rest of the year will bring? 

No comments:

Post a Comment