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Desire For Magic: Patrick Nagatani 1978-2008


September 10th, 2010 - December 19th, 2010
 
Marcus - Instant Cultural Vision - Chromatic Optometry Los Angeles, California  , Patrick NagataniPatrick Nagatani,
Marcus - Instant Cultural Vision - Chromatic Optometry Los Angeles, California ,
1978/2004, (Chromatherapy) chromogenic print (Ilfoflex 2000), 20 x 24 inches
© Courtesy of University of New Mexico Art Museum
Patrick Nagatani, El nadador / Nacimiento (Novellas), Patrick NagataniPatrick Nagatani,
Patrick Nagatani, El nadador / Nacimiento (Novellas),
1993, chromogenic print (Ilfocolor Deluxe), 33 x 35 inches
© Courtesy of the Artist
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Desire For Magic:
Patrick Nagatani 1978-2008

September 10 to December 19, 2010

The University of New Mexico Art Museum is honored to present the retrospective Desire for Magic: Patrick Nagatani 1978-2008. This project is the first comprehensive analysis of the many and varied projects of New Mexico-based photographer Patrick Nagatani who has worked as a photographer and artist since the 1970s. It will include examples from his Nagatani/Tracey Polaroid Collaborations, the Japanese American Concentration Camp portfolio, Nuclear Enchantment, Novellas, Nagatani/Ryoichi Excavations, Chromatherapy series; and, the large-scale masking tape works, Tape-estries. This exhibition is the first to bring together these tour-de-force and seminal projects thus providing a unique opportunity to see the range of Nagatani’s directorial approach and the breadth of his contributions to color photography.

The exhibition is accompanied by a 260 page full-color publication, edited by curator Michele M. Penhall with essays by leading authorities in the field.


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