Gallery of Fine Art Photography - Atlanta GA

Pushing Boundaries: Portraits by Robert Weingarten

Pushing Boundaries: Portraits by Robert Weingarten

Smithsonian – National Museum of American History

Kenneth E. Behring Center – Washington DC
July 2, 2012 – October 14, 2012
International Gallery, S. Dillon Ripley Center, Third Level

This work was featured in the Lumière exhibition:
Robert Weingarten: The Road Less Traveled.

Pushing Boundaries: Portraits by Robert Weingarten presented 15 of Weingarten’s digital composite portraits of iconic Americans including Sandra Day O’Connor, Hank Aaron, and Chuck Close. In addition, there are more than two dozen portraits by other photographers from the Photographic History Collection to provide context about the long history of combination printing and portraiture.

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Robert Weingarten’s artist page

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