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Gallery Talk with Photographer Troi Anderson
January 18 @ 2:00 pm - January 18 @ 3:00 pm
Join us on Saturday, January 18 at 2:00PM for a gallery presentation by photographer Troi Anderson. The artist will speak to his work currently on view in The Stories They Tell: A Hundred Years of Photography.
“In my work I am not just interested in Vodou or in the religions. I see the ritual act as a means by which suffering and difficulty can be translated. The ceremony is a kind of theater. The participant is an actor. And the life and history of each person comes through in these generational rites. They provide an external form to the inner expression of the life that is lived. It is this enduring strength that I seek through my work as a kind of knowledge as to how we survive in a world that is transient.”
About the Photographer
Troi Anderson is a documentary photographer based in Portland, Oregon. He began his career working in Magnolia Pictures and later, as a Merchant Marine sailing throughout Asia and the South Pacific. His work has been featured on CNN, GeoFrance, TIME Lightbox, The Oregonian, Black and White and the photo collective, Verve.
About the Event
Are you a Circle Level, Collecting Group or higher member at MOPA? Click here to register for an intimate look at the exhibition and a chance to speak one-on-one with the photographer at MOPA’s Insider Perspective tour on January 18th at 10:00AM. Not a member yet? Join today!
Registration for Troi Anderson’s talk at 2:00PM is free and open to the public. While there is no cost to attend, please note that you must check in with MOPA’s front desk prior to the talk.
Troi Anderson, Untitled #37, 2016, inkjet print. Collection of the Museum of Photographic Arts. Gift of the artist, Jon Doellstedt, John Mullen and Mike Brase, John Renner and Thomas Lane, and Fred Ross and Aaron Creurer. © Troi Anderson.
Financial support provided by the City of San Diego for MOPA’s partner programs
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