Amy Lynn Powell, There is no danger here, 2008

Looking at Family:

Photographs from
the Collection

April 16–July 11, 2021

Artists often find inspiration close to home. This exhibition, pulled from the Dayton Art Institute’s photography collection, presents a range of artworks in which artists analyze concepts of family, love and relationships, many of whom used family members and close friends as their muses and models. Artists included are Harry Callahan, Emmet Gowin, Sally Mann, Jane Reece, Edward Weston and a recent acquisition of an image by Dayton photographer Amy Powell, among others.

Related: Show us what family looks like to you!
Is there a family photo you treasure? We invite you to share it and tell us why it’s special to you. Follow the link below to submit your photograph for possible inclusion in an accompanying digital exhibition. Selections chosen by the DAI will be posted in a gallery on this page and will also become part of a digital display at the entrance to the Looking at Family exhibition in the museum.

Amy Powell, There is no danger here, 2008
Featured Image: Amy Powell, There is no danger here, 2008, from the series Erica & I, archival inkjet print from medium format color film negative, printed 2010. Museum purchase with funds provided by The Kettering Fund, 2019.34

Exhibition Sponsors

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT
Jessup Wealth Management
In Memory of Sajona M. Weaver

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