Loyola University New Orleans’ Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery hosts a panel discussion about photographer Gary Metz.
In conjunction with “Quaking Aspen: A Lyric Complaint,” an exhibition of photographs from the 1970s by Gary Metz, Loyola University New Orleans’ Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery presents a panel discussion about the history of landscape photography. Metz and his contemporaries challenged the tradition of solely depicting nature as sublime, quiet, and untouched by humans. Panelists are “Quaking Aspen” curators Stephan Apicella-Hitchcock and Joseph Lawton; New Orleans Museum of Art curator Russell Lord; art historian Benjamin Benus; and artist AnnieLaurie Erickson.
This event is free and open to the public and takes place in room 411 of Loyola’s Miller Hall. For more information, visit Loyola’s website.