Lookout: Baltimore Photographer Showcases Window-Based Perspectives in Exhibition Jan. 11 – March 3 at Stevenson
Stevenson University will feature the work of Baltimore-based photographer Lynn Silverman from Jan. 11 to March 3 in the Art Gallery on the University’s Greensping Campus, 1525 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson, MD 21153.
The exhibition, titled Lookout, depicts windows photographed in the U.S., Great Britain, Australia and the Czech Republic—countries where Silverman resided for an extended period of time. The series of images is a collection of observations into how we live in proximity to other people and nature, and how we strike a balance between the desire for contact, concern for security, and our need for privacy. Of the more than 100 images in the series, around 20 are on display in Art Gallery.
A public reception for Lookout will be held Thursday, Feb. 4, 6-8 p.m. The event is free and the community is encouraged to attend. An art talk for the exhibition will be held at a date and time to be determined.
Silverman received her BFA from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, and her MA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths’ College in London, England. She has participated in many solo and group exhibitions in Europe, Australia, and the United States. In addition to publishing four books, her work may be found in public collections in Australia and Great Britain. In 2010, she was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to the Czech Republic. She currently teaches at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore.
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Stevenson University, known for its distinctive career focus, is the third-largest independent university in Maryland with more than 4,400 students pursuing bachelor’s, master’s, and adult bachelor’s programs at locations in Stevenson and Owings Mills.