Wing Young Huie: We are the Other

Spanning 35 years in the career of acclaimed photographer Wing Young Huie, this exhibition collectively reflects the cultural complexities of American society.


Vis-Abilities showcases the photography of local women artists with disabilities that reflects the unique perspectives and experiences of the artists—their ongoing struggle for social inclusion and independence.

Timescapes: Earth’s Open Archive

Featuring landscape reportage that illuminates our planet’s archival continuum, Timescapes captures the effects of unrelenting time and our fleeting activity within it.

Emily Momohara: Fruits of Labor

A photo-based installation, Fruits of Labor critically interrogates Momohara’s family’s 100-year immigration journey from plantation laborers in Japan to mainland America.

Sharonville +5: Then, Now, and Interpreted

Featuring images of Sharonville from the perspectives of five artists, this exhibition looks at a community’s history interpreted from the past through the present.

Record / Off Record

Record / Off Record is a contemporary photography group exhibition that examines the role of the photograph as a product of personal visual archives and its function as documentary evidence.

Re-membering an Archive: Iris at 10

Iris‘s 10th anniversary exhibition recalls and constucts a heretofore non-existent archive representing the exceptional photography of regional and international artists presented over the last decade.

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