Kathleen Robbins Exhibiting in ‘Mississippi Photographs, 1860s-Present’:
A Survey of Mississippi Photography at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Photograph by Kathleen Robbins: Dad’s Apple TreeOgden Museum

We’re very happy to share the news that Kathleen Robbins will be participating in the upcoming group exhibition "Mississippi Photographs, 1860s-Present" at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans.

According to the museum, the show will be a survey of Mississippi photography spanning more than 150 years. Images will "portray the cultural, social, political and environmental changes that have shaped and defined the state, emphasizing the deep ties that exist between the people of Mississippi and the land." Among the photographers included in the exhibition are Kathleen Robbins, Eudora Welty, William Eggleston, Jack Kotz, Stuart Klipper, and Bruce West.

"Mississippi Photographs, 1860s-Present" opens on August 6 and will be on view through September 18, 2011. Congratulations to Kathleen on this great achievement!

Editor’s Note: You can view a selection of Kathleen Robbin’s photography featured on One, One Thousand in February 2011. You can also view more of Robbin’s work on her website: kathleen-robbins.com

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