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Dick Lebowitz And Tom Young
Vintage Silver Gelatin Photograph Print, Girls on a Beach Photo, Two Man Show

1982

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Richard Lebowitz, b. 1937, American, (RISD Faculty 1964-1995, Photography; Professor Emeritus) Tom Young, b. 1951, American, (RISD MFA 1977, Photography) TITLE: Two Man Show, silver gelatin print hand signed verso Dick Lebowitz is an American lawyer and photographer A Long Island native, Liebowitz worked as an intern for veteran New York press photographer Bruce Cotler. His experience with Cotler, about which he wrote a book, and as a member of the New York Press Photographers Association motivated Liebowitz to pursue a career in copyright law. This work has a Sally Mann quality to it. Tom Young’s ethereal assemblages in his series, Timeline (2009-2011), tell a visual narrative of events that have marked his life – including a haunting experience as a child where a procedure left his eyes bandaged, and the subsequent pain he felt as the light pierced his eyes for the first time in weeks. The series, Recycled Realities (1998), tells a different story: collaborating with photographer John Willis, Young photographed a paper mill near their homes in western Massachusetts, highlighting the ominous architecture of the factory and the endless bales of scrap paper that line the property. Thomas Young completed his BA in Photography from Goddard College, Plainfield, Vermont (1973) and a MFA form the Rhode Island School of Design (1977). Along with numerous national and international exhibitions, his awards have included an Artist Fellowship for the National Endowment for the Arts (1995); Massachusetts Artist Fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council (2007, 1999, 1995, 1986, 1981). His work is included in the public collections of the Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas; Center for Creative Photography, Tucson; George Eastman House Museum, Rochester; High Museum of Art, Atlanta; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City; and the Portland Museum of Art, among many others.
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