Moore Students Get Special Access to Inquirer Archives

For Immediate Release
January 30, 2009

(Philadelphia, PA) The Galleries at Moore College of Art & Design present Women Through the Lens of Time: Students Select from 180 Years of Photojournalism at The Philadelphia Inquirer, on view January 30 to March 14. Curated by seven Moore students, the exhibition features images that reflect or have shaped women’s lives, drawn from the archives of The Philadelphia Inquirer, in print for nearly 180 years. 
Read the Inquirer Article on the exhibition
View a Slide Show from the exhibition

Insights: Devon Dikeou – Marilyn Monroe Wanted to be Buried in Pucci – Mixed-media installation by NY-based artist, Devon Dikeou.
Read about the show in Women's Wear Daily

Yumi Kori: utatane – Japan-based architect and artist Yumi Kori transforms the Goldie Paley Gallery using video and sound to create an interactive environment created specifically for Moore.
Read about the exhibition in artblog.

Footsteps: Annual Alumnae Exhibition – Over 100 alumnae entered a piece for this exhibition honoring the 160th Anniversary of the College.

Presented with support from The Philadelphia Inquirer, Gallery Sponsor of Moore’s 160th


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Jan 30, 2009
The Galleries at Moore College of Art & Design present Women Through the Lens of Time: Students Select from 180 Years of Photojournalism at The Philadelphia Inquirer, on view January 30 to March 14. Curated by seven Moore students, the exhibition features images that reflect or have shaped women’s lives, drawn from the archives of The Philadelphia Inquirer, in print for nearly 180 years.

Published on January 30th, 2009