Studio Visit with Tim Davis
Friday, April 9
12:00 p.m. CDT
Join Diane Rosenstein Gallery and Tim Davis for a virtual studio visit in Tivoli, New York. The artist, essayist, and songwriter will discuss I’m Looking Through You—his recent series of photographs of Los Angeles which will be published in a monograph by Aperture (June, 2021). Tim Davis, who is an Associate Professor of Photography at Bard College, will also discuss selected earlier works, from My Life In Politics (2004) and Retail (2000), also on offer at Diane Rosenstein Gallery at EXPO Chicago. This studio visit will include a Q&A with the artist and a preview of his upcoming solo exhibition with Diane Rosenstein in Los Angeles this summer.
Tim Davis (Malawi, b.1969) is a Joseph H. Hazen Rome Prize recipient. He received an MFA from Yale University and a BA from Bard College, where he is currently an Assoc. Professor of Photography. His photographs and videos have been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. His solo exhibition When We Are Dancing (I Get Ideas) (2018-19) was on view at the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York, in 2018-19. His work is the subject of six monographs including “Quinto Quarto,” “The New Antiquity,” “Permanent Collection,” and “My Life in Politics.” His new monograph – “I’m Looking Through You” – will be published by Aperture June, 2021. His works are in the permanent collections of institutions including The Guggenheim Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, and The Walker Art Center among others. Davis is a regular contributor to Aperture and Cabinet magazines, and his album, “It’s OK to Hate Yourself,’ (2019) is available on vinyl.