STARBURST: COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY IN AMERICA 1970–1980
Princeton University Art Museum
Princeton, NJ

July 10, 2010 - September 26, 2010


Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, August 13, 1974 by Stephen Shore

Starburst, the first-ever museum survey of the "New Color Photography" in the 1970s, stars 18 artists who fast-forwarded their medium out of its black-and-white past and put it at the center of contemporary art. The exhibition features generous bodies of work by eighteen artists, from the still-prominent, such as Stephen Shore, William Eggleston, Jan Groover, and Joel Sternfeld, to key figures of the period, including Eve Sonneman, Neal Slavin, John Pfahl, and Barbara Kasten

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