Somerville artist Bonnell Robinson has spent the last 10 years documenting European sites associated with the conflict of WWI through vivid, black-and-white film images. The exhibition that came out of that project, “Sightlines,” is on display at Lesley University through April 7. Robinson’s connection to the work is deeply personal, spurred by a desire to learn […]
Paul Weinberg, Photographer For nearly three decades, Paul Weinberg has traveled to Namibia, Botswana, and South Africa to document the lives of hunter-gatherer communities, the San (Africa’s first people), and their struggles to hang on to their land, culture, and values as they faced serious threats by outside settlers. Weinberg will discuss his book Traces […]
Curious what some of the city’s best young photographers are up to? You’re in luck: advanced placement photography students at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School are showcasing their work at the Chandler Gallery through May 18. Teacher Debi Milligan tasked the juniors and seniors with developing three portfolios: one centered around a particular idea, one […]
The minuscule ecosystem within a single drop of water is home to an astonishing diversity of organisms busily living out their lives and interconnected by myriad complex relationships. The photographic exhibit World in a Drop is an aesthetic journey into this microbial world, as revealed through cutting-edge imaging technologies. With expertly executed photography, videography, and […]
Jaina Cipriano is making magic (and a little bit of a mess) in her Cambridge apartment.
The photo looks like something from another era. A newlywed bride, clutching a bouquet of flowers, looks out from the back of a stunning vintage Rolls Royce. Her face is partially obscured by her hand, but her eyes are alight, her face radiating joy beneath her white veil, as she waves to someone in the distance. […]