This afternoon, I took my Digital Photo II class from Hamline to the Weinstein Gallery in south Minneapolis. I hadn't been there to see a show for a while, and this show was packed with big names. So we had to check it out. Here are a few snaps of our visit:
Looking at some lesser-known Annie Leibovitz photos.
(These aren't the style of images that I picture when I think of her work.)
Some classic Mole and Thomas images on the left, and some quirky Elliott Erwitt's on the right.
I've been a fan of Vera Lutter for many years, so it was great to see some of her
one-of-a-kind pinhole paper negatives. My class was intrigued.
Edward Burtynsky had some beautiful images that entranced my students.
Some newer Alec Soth work.