Chestertown, MD, October 1, 2007 — The Washington College Department of Art & Art History will present "More and More About Less and Less: Conceptual Photography in the Age of Globalism," a lecture by photographer Daniel Faust, at the Casey Academic Center Forum on Tuesday, October 2, at 5 p.m.
The New York-based Faust's recent photographic excursions have ranged from Chicago, Paris, Seville and Tangier to Dubai and Johannesburg, along with many and miscellaneous places in between. His ever-growing archive of works presently consists of 25,000 images.
Faust is currently exhibiting United Nations photographs in the Istanbul Biennial. Last summer he exhibited in "Hidden in Plain Sight" at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. In 2006 he exhibited at the Second International Biennial of Contemporary Art in Seville.
His work has been published in ArtForum, Grand Street, the New York Times and Parkett.Niche, a novel illustrated with 85 Faust photographs, is slated for publication in November 2007.
Admission to "More and More About Less and Less: Conceptual Photography in the Age of Globalism" is free and open to the public.