Drawing from the broad collection of photography in the George Washington University Collection, the new exhibition Reflect at GW's Luther W. Brady Art Gallery invites audiences to examine multiple genres of reflection. The exhibition features the work of photographers including Andy Warhol, Sally Gall and Philippe Halsman, as well as seven Washington-area photographers.
Reflections can be defined in numerous ways, from a physical mirror image to a contemplative thought on the past, to a resemblance to a person, place or thing. Reflections of all kinds, importantly, show us something of ourselves. For the new exhibition the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery has invited four local photographers: Ken Ashton, Ryder Haske, Dean Kessmann and Gail Rebhan to exhibit a recent work alongside an earlier work from the GW Collection and include a written reflection of their own. This project highlights the gallery's ongoing work with students, faculty and alumni artists. The exhibition includes works by Andy Warhol, Sally Gall, Philippe Halsman, Louis Stettner, N. Jay Jaffee, Joyce Tenneson, Stephen Livick, Todd Webb, Naomi Sakanoue, Jackie Bailey Labovitz, David Scavone and Sandy Sugawara.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website