Both Sides of the Camera Photographs from the Collection of Judith Ellis Glickman
Both Sides of the Camera
Photographs from the Collection of Judith Ellis Glickman
Acclaimed Maine photographer Judith Ellis Glickman has worked on both sides of the camera: as a photographer and as the subject of her father’s photographs. UMMA is pleased to feature a selection of over 40 black and white photographs from Glickman’s private collection. Major photographic luminaries will be showcased, including Edward Steichen, Margaret Bourke-White, Edward Weston, Dorothea Lange, William Klein and Jerry Uelsmann. In addition, the exhibition includes works by photographers with connections to Maine such as George Daniell, Melonie Bennett, Todd Webb and Paul Caponigro. Photographs include seductive still-lifes, transcendent landscapes and portraits that reflect Glickman’s unique vision, broad interests and background as a fine art photographer.
This exhibition was organized by the Portland Museum of Art, Maine.