Corine Vermeulen in group exhibit at USFCAM

24 August 2015 — 12 December 2015
3821 USF Holly Drive, Tampa, Florida, Verenigde Staten Tampa Show on map | add to calendar
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A Family Affair Aug. 24 – Dec. 12, 2015


USF Contemporary Art Museum

A Family Affair presents seven artists who explore personal identity and family relationships through photography, video, performance and animation: Renee Cox, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Kalup Linzy, Jacolby Satterwhite, Hank Willis Thomas, Corine Vermeulen and Deborah Willis. Adopting a range of approaches from documentary to fiction, they articulate visions of self situated within interpersonal and historical family contexts as well as broader social frameworks of race, class and gender, often working in collaboration with family members to realize their art. During the exhibition Corine Vermeulen will be in residence and undertake a three-month community-based project in collaboration with the University Area Community Development Corporation, photographing residents of the University Area community adjacent to USF in exchange for stories of neighborhood and family life.

ART Thursday: Corine Vermeulen Artist’s Talk | Nov 19, 7PM

Corine Vermeulen will talk about her community-based project photographing residents of the University Area community adjacent to USF in exchange for stories of neighborhood and family life.

About Corine Vermeulen

During the exhibition Dutch‐born, Detroit‐based photographer Corine Vermeulen will be in residence at USFCAM. Vermeulen will undertake a three–‐month community–‐based project in collaboration with the  University Area Community Development Corporation, photographing residents of the University Area neighborhood adjacent to USF’s Tampa campus in exchange for stories of community and family life. An installation of Vermeulen’s photographs and the accompanying stories will accumulate at USFCAM over the course of the exhibition.