Book Signing | Boston Art Book Fair - October 13th at 3:00pm

Laura will be signing books at the Kris Graves Projects Table

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Book | LOST - Calcutta | Kris Graves Projects, 2018

“McPhee’s works made in and around India’s former capital… we glimpse courtyards, living spaces, temples, and altars as both vestiges of the past and elements of contemporary urban existence. McPhee’s images sensitively penetrate the surface to show the blurred boundaries between social classes, the blending of public and private life, and the resonance between India and other parts of the world.”

6.5” x 8" perfect-bound softcover
48 pages, 25 plates
First Edition - Limited to 125 copies

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Exhibition | Ansel Adams in Our Time, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

December 13, 2018 - February 24, 2019

Laura’s colleagues Abe Morell & Steve Tourlentes are also included in this exhibit

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Exhibition | Eye on the West: Photography and the Contemporary West, Yale Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

September 1, 2018 - December 16, 2018

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Book | Eye on the West: Photography and the Contemporary West by George Miles | Yale University Press, 2018

The histories of the North American West and photography have been intertwined since photography reached America. From the middle of the 19th century, images of the West have continuously played a significant role in defining the ways the region is perceived not only within America but around the world. Eye on the West presents the work of seventeen contemporary photographers of the West, including David Plowden, Laura McPhee, Miguel Gandert, Karen Halverson, Toba Tucker, Richard Buswell, John Willis, David Ottenstein, Lauren Henkin, and Will Wilson. Beautiful reproductions of 34 photographs are accompanied by brief essays by George Miles and by the artists themselves, contributing to multiple conversations about how visual art continues to reflect and shape our understanding of Western American society, culture, and politics.

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Lecture | 2017 Paul J. Cronin Memorial Lecture

DeCordova Museum | Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 6:30 pm

DeCordova announces 2017 Cronin Lecture featuring photographer Laura McPhee. Commenting on the selection, Executive Director John Ravenal observes “Laura’s work speaks to one of today’s most pressing issues—human impact on nature. Her detailed, largescale images stop us in our tracks with their beauty while also stirring reflection and awareness. We’re excited about her talk and know it will be an important, thought-provoking, and deeply rewarding evening.”

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Lecture | Catalyst Conversations | This Land: Laura McPhee & Taylor Perron

MIT List Visual Arts Center | February 23, 2017, 7:00pm

Renowned photographer Laura McPhee and MIT geologist Taylor Perron will share their concern for the American landscape through their respective projects and will discuss how they each bring awareness to the evolution of land and landscape. 

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Lecture | Place above All Else: The Photographic Work of Laura McPhee

The Cleveland Museum of Art | September 17, 2016, 2:00pm

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