Clarence John Laughlin: The Personal Eye
November 8, 1973 - January 6, 1974The Museum paid tribute to the remarkable photographic achievement of Clarence John Laughlin in an exhibition, The Personal Eye, on view from November 8 to January 6. Organized and installed by Michael Hoffman, Advisor to the Alfred Stieglitz Center of Photography, with the assistance of Curatorial Assistant Caroline Wistar, the exhibition of some 200 photographs distilled the essence of Laughlin's life work, from scenes of his native New Orleans to the poetic fantasies that reveal the scope of his creative abilities. In December the Museum was privileged to welcome Mr. Laughlin who discussed his work at a Wednesday Lecture. A monograph of his work, published in cooperation with Aperture magazine, was available in the Museum Shop.
CuratorsMichael E. Hoffman
ItineraryPhiladelphia Museum of Art
New Orleans Museum of Art
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Minneapolis Institute of Arts