Robert Doherty

Dead On: 50 years of Photography
August 28 - September 25, 2009


  2009 Robert Doherty


Director's Note

his exhibition of photographs showcases the life’s work of Robert Doherty. From gelatin silver prints of Freedom Marches during the Civil Rights movement to color prints from his work travels Doherty’s work encompasses a wide range of subject matter and media. That he is a master is indisputable. Yet his photography is only a small part of his professional career. He has also been active in other professions in the filed of art, historical preservation, and letter press. Among his noteworthy accomplishments are his directorship of the International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House, founder of the International Archives of Photography, and the driving force in reestablishing the Wells College Press, founded by Victor Hammer.

Deborah Mitchell, Director -- APEX Gallery

archive 2009

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