Art and Artifice: Constructing Photographs
Aired On: Feb 23, 2012
Stanley Smith discusses his transformation from taking photographs to making photographs.
Stanley Smith has exhibited his work widely in galleries and museums all over the United States, most recently in the 2008 exhibition Smoke and Mirrors at the Seattle Art Museum and in 2009 at the University Art Gallery at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. He currently is Head of Collection Information and Access at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Prior to coming...
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