OMCA Blog: Posts tagged "photography"

  • A black and white image of OMCA's peace terrace with Lake Merritt in the background
    June 11, 2019
    Brittany Bradley, OMCA’s Intellectual Property and Imaging Coordinator, not only handles photographing, digitizing, and reproducing collection materials at the Museum, she’s also a skilled wet-plate collodion photographer. We sat down with Brittany to talk about how her artistic passion combines with work in OMCA’s newest exhibition, Pushing West: The Photography of Andrew J. Russell.
  • Larry Keenan Summer of Love Human Be-In protest at Golden Gate Park photo at the Oakland Museum of California
    September 1, 2017
    Here’s what to look for at the Oakland Museum of California during your unofficial Summer of Love art and history tour in the East Bay in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the Summer of Love in the San Francisco Bay Area.
  • Binders of Dorothea Lange's contact sheets archived in the Oakland Museum of California collections
    August 18, 2017
    Housing Dorothea Lange’s entire collection, the Oakland Museum of California gets extra close-up interactions with the art. Two of OMCA’s team played extra hands-on roles in producing never-seen-before prints for Politics of Seeing.  
  • Installation shot inside Oakland Museum of California's exhibition of Dorothea Lange photography
    July 29, 2017
    OMCA is home to photographer Dorothea Lange’s entire personal archive. That’s 25,000 negatives, 6,000 vintage prints, field notes, and memorabilia! Our exhibition Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing celebrates the museum’s acquisition of the collection fifty years ago. We asked curator Drew Johnson to share what it was like to curate the show.  
  • Woman looking pensive holding two children. Migrant Monther by Dorothea Lange, collection of the Oakland Museum of Caliofornia
    July 27, 2017
    Watch archival video interviews with Dorothea Lange, one of the greatest American photographers, speaking about her belief of how empathy and compassion—focused through art—can trigger political action and social change. 

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