Colors: Contemporary Color Photography
February 6, 2006 - April 27, 2006
Curated by Sharon Corwin, Carolyn Muzzy Director and Chief Curator
Since the 1970s, color photography has been gaining legitimacy in an art world previously dominated by the black-and-white print. The Colby College Museum of Art will exhibit 29 color photographs including images ranging from William Christenberry’s small-scale photographs of Alabama gas stations to Elke Morris’s recent shots of run-down Maine tenement buildings.