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Photo by Mitch Epstein Courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art will host a Virtual Artist Talk with contemporary photographer Mitch Epstein to discuss his current exhibition, "Mitch Epstein: Property Rights." Viewers can discover how Epstein’s work depicts urgent, contemporary issues through compelling photographs.

From Standing Rock protests to the Arizona and Texas borderlands, Epstein travels the country capturing images where public and private rights are often in conflict. Viewers will get the full story behind these artworks as Epstein discusses the exhibition with John Rohrbach, Senior Curator of Photographs. 

Following the conversation between Epstein and Rohrbach, ticket holders will be able to participate in a Q&A via Zoom chat.

"Mitch Epstein: Property Rights" is on view through February 28.

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art will host a Virtual Artist Talk with contemporary photographer Mitch Epstein to discuss his current exhibition, "Mitch Epstein: Property Rights." Viewers can discover how Epstein’s work depicts urgent, contemporary issues through compelling photographs.

From Standing Rock protests to the Arizona and Texas borderlands, Epstein travels the country capturing images where public and private rights are often in conflict. Viewers will get the full story behind these artworks as Epstein discusses the exhibition with John Rohrbach, Senior Curator of Photographs.

Following the conversation between Epstein and Rohrbach, ticket holders will be able to participate in a Q&A via Zoom chat.

"Mitch Epstein: Property Rights" is on view through February 28.

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art will host a Virtual Artist Talk with contemporary photographer Mitch Epstein to discuss his current exhibition, "Mitch Epstein: Property Rights." Viewers can discover how Epstein’s work depicts urgent, contemporary issues through compelling photographs.

From Standing Rock protests to the Arizona and Texas borderlands, Epstein travels the country capturing images where public and private rights are often in conflict. Viewers will get the full story behind these artworks as Epstein discusses the exhibition with John Rohrbach, Senior Curator of Photographs.

Following the conversation between Epstein and Rohrbach, ticket holders will be able to participate in a Q&A via Zoom chat.

"Mitch Epstein: Property Rights" is on view through February 28.

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Virtual
https://www.cartermuseum.org/events/virtual-exhibition-talk-property-rights-mitch-epstein

TICKET INFO

Free for members, $10 for non-members.
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