Mitch Epstein Catalogue
Mitch Epstein
Group Exhibitions
"Summer Show," Light Gallery. New York, New York. 
"New Artists," Light Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Attitudes: Photography in the 1970s," Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Santa Barbara, California. 
"Contemporary Urban Color," Addison Gallery of American Art. Andover, Massachusetts. 
"Recent Acquisitions," Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. 
"Recent Acquisitions," Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C. 
"Love is Blind," Castelli Graphics. New York, New York. 
"New American Colour Photography," Institute of Contemporary Art. London, United Kingdom. 
"The New Color," International Center of Photography. New York, New York. 
Traveling Exhibition. 
"Color as Form/History of Color Photography," International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House, Rochester, New York. 
Traveling Exhibition. 
"High Light: The Mountain in Photography from 1840 to the Present," International Center of Photography. New York, New York. 
"Color Photographs: Recent Acquisitions," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
"This Sporting Life," High Museum of Art. Atlanta, Georgia. May 16-September 13, 1992. 
Sarah Cambell Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston. Houston, Texas.
de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University. Santa Clara, California.
Delaware Art Museum. Wilmington, Delaware.
Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Buffalo, New York. 
"Blind Spot: Coming of Age," White Columns. New York, New York. 
Hoffman, Michael E, curator.  "India: A Celebration of Independence: 1947–1997," Organized by Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in collaboration with Aperture. July 6-August 31, 1997. 
Royal Festival Hall. London, United Kingdom. November 28-January 18, 1998.
Virginia Museum. Richmond, Virginia. May 12-July 26, 1998.
Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indianapolis, Indiana. September 4-November 15, 1998.
Knoxville Museum of Art. Knoxville, Tennessee. December 18-February 28, 1999.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Montreal, Canada. April 2-June 13, 1999.
Chicago Cultural Center. Chicago, Illinois. October 30-December 30, 1999. 
"Photography after Modernism: Extensions into Contemporary Art," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. 
"Eggleston and the Color Tradition," J. Paul Getty Museum. Los Angeles, California. 
"New York Now," Museum of the City of New York. New York, New York. 
"Walkabout," New York Historical Society. New York, New York. 
"Overnight to Many Cities," 303 Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Sense of Space," Noorderlicht. Groningen, The Netherlands. 
"NY after NY," Musee de L'Elysee. Lausanne, Switzerland. 
"Seventies Color Photography," Kennedy/Boesky Photographs. New York, New York. 
"The Open Book," Hasselblad Center. Goteborg, Sweden. 
"The American Landscape," Steidl launch at Timezone 8 Editions. Beijing, China. 
"Garry Winogrand and the American Street Photographers," FOAM Fotografiemuseum. Amsterdam, Netherlands. January 14-March 30, 2005. 
"Edward Steichen Galleries installation," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
"The City and the Environment in Transition," Public Art Project with Chuck Close and Dayanita Singh, commissioned by United Technologies Corporation, New York; Boston; Hartford. 
Rugoff, Ralph, curator.  "Shoot the Family: Contemporary Photography and Video Exploring the Undercurrents of Domestic Life," iCI (Independent Curators International). Cranbrook Art Museum. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. February 4-April 2, 2006. 
Knoxville Museum of Art. Knoxville, Tennessee. June 23–September 3, 2006.
Western Gallery. Western Washington University. Bellingham, Washington. October 2–December 1, 2006.
David and Sandra Bakalar Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art. Boston, Massachusetts. January 15–March 10, 2007.
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis St. Louis, Missouri. May 18–August 5, 2007.
Columbus College of Art and Design. Columbus, Ohio. September 13–November 17, 2007. 
"Where We Live: Photographs of America from the Berman Collection," J. Paul Getty Museum. Los Angeles, California. October 24-February 25, 2007. 
Wallis, Brian, Christopher Phillips, Edward Earle, and Carol Squiers; assistant curator Joanna Lehan, curator.  "The Second ICP Triennial of Photography and Video: Ecotopia," International Center of Photography. New York, New York. September 14-January 7, 2007. 
"Intersections: Atlanta Collects Photography," High Museum of Art. Atlanta, Georgia. August 12, 2006–January 7, 2007. 
"Philip-Lorca diCorcia/Mitch Epstein/Stephen Shore," Galerie Rodolphe Janssen. Brussels, Belgium. January 11-February 9, 2008. 
"When Color Was New: Vintage Photographs from Around the 1970s," Julie Saul Gallery. New York, New York. July 7-September 6, 2008. 
"Trouble in Paradise: Examining Discord between Nature and Society," Tuscon Museum of Art. Tuscon, Arizona. February 28–June 28, 2009. 
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