American sporting event photography and other event photography
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All In: Shorewood Girls Cross Country - Photographs by Lois Bielefeld is a 2017 exhibit at the Charles Allis Art Museum which says: "Though Bielefeld is known for her portraiture, this new series takes that interest a step further. Here, she documents her daughter's high school cross country team over a full season of workouts, races, team-building activities, and camping trips." - To read more after exhibit closes, go to "Past Exhibitions" section of museum website. Accessed 9/17
Fenway Park: A 100th Anniversary Celebration is a 2012 exhibit at the Griffin Museum of Photography which says: "Fenway Park includes historical as well as contemporary photographs and ephemera related to the building, the neighborhood, and the people." Accessed 12/18
Game Time: The Sports Photography of Walter Iooss is a 2017 exhibit at the Colby College Museum of Art which says: "From baselines and sidelines, courtsides and ringsides, Walter Iooss (b. 1943) has captured the angles and action of sports for more than fifty years." Also see artist's website Accessed 1/18
Hot Can Be Cool: Jazz Portraits by Herman Leonard is a 2018 exhibit at the Huntington Museum of Art which says: "His work is a catalog of an era, when jazz reigned supreme in both America and Europe. His unique ability to capture the electric atmosphere of the performances and the engaging personalities of the musicians is unparalleled." Accessed 8/18
Jason Evans, Boys of Summer: A Season with the Newport Gulls is a 2017 exhibit at the Newport Art Museum which says: "Jason Evans does not just make sports photographs. Rather he captures the feelings and unique, and beautiful, aspects of baseball." Accessed 6/17
Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History from 1843 to the Present is a 2017 exhibit, organized by the Brooklyn Museum, at the Allentown Art Museum which says: "As the exhibition demonstrates, the finest sports photographers, their skills honed from years of practice, are capable of capturing a fleeting moment and making it memorable, often from a surprising or revealing point of view. Driven to freeze action and portray what the naked eye alone cannot see, sports photographers have played a leading role in the evolution of camera and film technology." Also see 7/21/16 article in The New York Times and article in Artsy Accessed 6/17
Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present is a 2012 exhibit at the Allentown Art Museum which says: "The exhibition highlights sports photographers and their place in photographic history, not merely sports history. Sports photographers have played a leading role in the evolution of camera and film technology, as they are driven to portray what the naked eye alone cannot record." Accessed 10/18
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