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In Conversation: Media, Memory, and Disaster in Aftermath: Landscapes of Devastation

This program is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Please register to secure your place by emailing [email protected] Please include date and title of program in the subject line of your email. Aftermath considers photography’s role in documenting and commemorating tragic events, including conflicts, natural disasters, and the devastation wrought by modern technology. Join Sean Kramer, Curatorial Intern in the Department of Photography at UMMA, for a discussion of these complex issues in relation to photographs by Felice Beato, Timothy O’Sullivan, Margaret Bourke-White, and Sally Mann, among others.

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