I always love checking out the Photo Annual at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. I graduated a couple years ago, so the number of faces I recognize is dwindling, but the quality of the work never disappoints. The show starts in the school’s main atrium, ducks into the BAG gallery, and then winds around the corner and down the hallways towards Admissions. With so many photo students showing work, the many photos can’t be contained by on only a few walls. The show doesn’t have an overarching subject, but rather is organized loosely by theme.
The Atrium houses constructed Nature
and takes a look at homes and families.
The BAG gallery looks at bodies.
The Admissions hallway features some photos that interrogate the medium of photography itself
and wraps up with some documentary style environments.
If you’ve seen the SMFA Photo Annual, and you’re looking for even more excellent student photography, check out the MassArt All School Show – Photography & Sculpture on Apr 3, 7 – 10pm.