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Photographer Eric Lindbloom’s work to be shown in Palmer Gallery exhibit from July 2–31.

Photographer Eric Lindbloom’s exhibit at Vassar covers 40 years of image making. Eric Lindbloom, A Retrospective will be held at the Palmer Gallery from July 2 – 31, and a reception will take place July 12, from 5:00 – 6:30 pm. Palmer Gallery hours are 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.

Eric Lindbloom’s photographs are primarily black and white landscapes.  His exhibition and publishing career now reaches over forty years.  He’s had over thirty solo exhibitions of his photographs, including those in New York, Woodstock, Toronto, and Provincetown.  Five books of his work have been published: two monographs, Angels at the Arno (Godine1994) and Salt Grass (Lodima2008)and three limited edition fine press books: The River That Runs Two Ways (2000), Diana In Sight (2009) and Waves (2014), all in collaboration with poet Nancy Willard, and artists Michele Burgess and Bill Kelly of Brighton Press.  Original prints of his photographs are in a number of public collections, including the New York Public Library, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Library of Congress, and the Alinari Museum in Florence.

Lindbloom's wife, writer Nancy Willard, who died in 2017, taught at Vassar for forty-seven years.

This event is sponsored by the Campus Activities Office.

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Posted by Office of Communications Tuesday, June 12, 2018