Renowned British photographer Andy Sewell exhibits his recent work. The Guardian called Sewell's first book "a classic of understated observation." The Financial Times Magazine says that in Something Like A Nest, the book collecting the photos presented in this exhibition, Sewell "doesn’t want to shatter our illusions, merely quieten them – to allow us to see the complexity of what’s before us."

The first week of the exhibition includes a public talk, as well as office hours and an informal discussion with faculty and students.

Exhibition Details

Works from Sewell's Recent Series
Something Like A Nest

Tuesday, March 22 - Tuesday, April 19
First Floor Board Room, Heyman Center
Mondays 10am -1pm
Tuesdays 10am-5pm
Thursdays 2pm-5pm
Fridays 10am-5pm
Open to the public

Schedule of Events

Exhibition Opening, featuring a public talk by Andy Sewell:
On Looking Closely at Things

No registration necessary
Tuesday, March 22 - 6:15pm
Second Floor Common Room, Heyman Center


Office Hours with Andy Sewell
Open to students and faculty (throughout NYC)

To register, email [email protected]
Friday, March 25 - 10am-12pm
Heyman Center

Faculty and Student Talk featuring Andy Sewell
Open to students and faculty (throughout NYC)

No registration necessary
Friday, March 25 - 12:15pm-2pm
Second Floor Common Room, Heyman Center

Participants
  • Andy Sewell Photographer