Posts Tagged “Lisa Sutcliffe”

Lisa Sutcliffe on Naoya Hatakeyama’s A BIRD/Blast #130

10.22.2012  |  By
Filed under: 151 3rd, One on One

Lisa Sutcliffe

Over the past twenty-five years Naoya Hatakeyama has examined the structures industrialized societies create to claim and process natural resources. Natural Stories, his first solo U.S. exhibition, follows these systems of production from their point of departure — beginning, for instance, at a limestone quarry and tracing the mine... More

Interview: Doug Hall with Lisa Sutcliffe

06.07.2010  |  By
Filed under: Conversations

This spring SFMOMA was lucky to be the recipient of a gift of five pictures by San Francisco-based artist Doug Hall. Hall studied anthropology at Harvard University and received an MFA in sculpture from the Rinehart School of Sculpture of the Maryland Institute of Art. He is known for his multimedia installations, films, and photographs and is repr... More

One on One: Lisa Sutcliffe on Jim Goldberg

02.08.2010  |  By
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[Alongside our weekly in-gallery curator "One on One" talks, we post regular ‘one on one' bits from curators & staff. Follow the series here. Today's post is from assistant curator of photography,  Lisa Sutcliffe, who will be talking about Jim Goldberg's  The Orchard this Thursday at 6:30pm. And look for a conversation between Lisa and Jim, upc... More

Why Photography Now? 15 artists / 1 question – Part II

11.09.2009  |  By
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(The second in a two-part series from assistant curator of photography Lisa Sutcliffe, who organized both of our current collection exhibitions of Asian photography: The Provoke Era and Photography Now. Lisa posed a single question to the artists whose works are included in Photography Now. Part one is here.)

This week we’re returning to the question Why Photography Now? Photography Now: China, Japan, Korea presents SFMOMA’s new acquisitions by contemporary photographers working in Asia, and was conceptualized as a companion to our current ... More

Why Photography Now? 15 Artists / 1 Question

10.19.2009  |  By
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(The first in a two-part series from assistant curator of photography Lisa Sutcliffe, who organized both of our current collection exhibitions of Asian photography: The Provoke Era and Photography Now. Lisa posed a single question to the artists whose works are included in Photography Now.)

Photography, with its ability to “mirror” reality, has a more direct connection to the visible world than most other media, including painting and sculpture. It can also alter our perception of reality, either through the artist’s unique perspective, o... More

One on One: Lisa Sutcliffe on Guy Tillim

04.08.2009  |  By
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Alongside our new curator “One on One” talks, we’re doing occasional ‘one on one’ blog posts, from curators, staff, and public, on a particular work or exhibition they’re interested in. Today’s post is from Lisa Sutcliffe, Assistant Curator of Photography:

Please join me tomorrow evening at 6:30pm for a discussion of the work of Guy ... More