Photo Nomad: Following the Faces of Western China. Photographs by Stacey Irvin, the 1999 Margaret Stonewall Wooldridge Hamblet Award Winner Exhibition

Stacey Irvin (b. 1976)
American
Kashgar Strings, 2000
Chromogenic print
11” x 14”
Courtesy the artist

January 11-February 1, 2001

This exhibit features works by Stacey Irvin, the winner of the 1999 Margaret Stonewall Wooldridge Hamblet Award. The Hamblet Award winner is selected by a panel of outside jurors from an open invitational for graduating seniors held each spring. The award, a $16,000 grant to be used for travel and study during the year following graduation, culminates in this exhibition. Traveling through western China and along the Friendship Highway between Kathmandu and Lhasa, Irvin visited many areas that she considers blind spots of the West. This exhibition is her photographic record of the peoples she encountered.