“Photographs for this exhibit were generously loaned by the Denver Art Museum to the Center for Bioethics and Humanities,” said curator Simon Zalkind. “We hope that this exhibit will encourage a conversation about historical and aesthetic dimensions of the photograph as evidence and elegy, within the context of Modica’s ‘Human Being’ – a tragic story of the forgotten lives and the deaths of people who lived in Colorado over a century ago.”
Denver Post fine art critic Ray Mark Rinaldi says, "Human Being reinvents portrait photography in ways that are both revolutionary and gruesome." Read entire review
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The opening on March 5th included a conversation, titled "Hidden and Revealed: The Photograph as Evidence," between Eric Paddock, Curator of Photography at the Denver Art Museum, and Simon Zalkind, Curator of Exhibitions at the Fulginiti Pavilion.