Child’s Play at the Panopticon Gallery
I am thrilled to be part of a new exhibition, Child’s Play, starting April 12th (with the opening on APril 19th) at the Panopticon Gallery in Boston. This exhibition will feature photographs by Jane Tuckerman, Aline Smithson, Grace Weston, Lisette de Boisblanc and David Levinthal and examines how toys are portrayed through contemporary photography. The exhibition will run through May 28th, 2012.
“When you were a child, I suppose many of you had a favorite toy. Depending on what generation you grew up in, it could have been a number of things, from a Barbie doll to a Star Wars figure, a toy truck or a dinosaur, a Matchbox car, or even a Beanie Baby. But what happened to all of those toys? Do you still have them, were they passed down to another generation, or did they get discarded or sadly lost?
Images by Lisette de Boisblanc
Images by Grace Weston
Images by David Levinthal
Images by Jane Tuckerman
Images by Aline Smithson
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