Food for Thought Lecture Series: Whitney Hubbs
About the Speaker
Whitney Hubbs holds her MFA from UCLA (2009) and her BFA from California College of the Arts, San Francisco (2005). Noted for her trademark intensely dark printing, her work often recalls those she cites. Cinematic influences include Jean-Luc Godard and Michelangelo Antonioni, as well as photographic masters Edward Weston, Frederick Sommer and Manuel Álvarez Bravo; visceral painters Michaël Borremans and Marlene Dumas are other notable influences. Her first solo show in Los Angeles took place in January at M+B. She was included in 2010’s FotoFest Biennial, Houston, Texas and notable press includes a highlight in Vince Aletti’s “Eight Emerging Photographers from Southern California” for The New Yorker (2011) as well as featured in Blind Spot Issue 38 (2008). Hubbs work is held in the permanent collections of The Whitney Museum of American Art: Library, New York and Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
About Food for Thought: Photography in the Expanded Field
The SFAI Photography Department is pleased to announce a new lecture series highlighting the next generation of photographers and photography-related artists in the Bay Area and beyond. Beginning March 6, the Wednesday noontime lectures will feature an exciting mix of presenters and practices, forms and styles, opinions and convictions. Please join us for food, drinks, and conversation with some of today's most compelling practitioners.