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George Eastman House Extends Stay for Contemporary Images from The Gender Show through November 3

Oct 24th, 2013

The Gender Show closed to the public on October 13, but due to the popularity of the contemporary exhibit, the North Gallery will remain open through November 3rd. 

This part of the exhibition presents works by contemporary artists, including photographs by Janine Antoni, Rineke Dijkstra, Debbie Grossman, Catherine Opie, and Gillian Wearing, and videos by artists Jen DeNike, Kalup Linzy, and Martha Rosler.

The Gender Show is the first major Eastman House exhibition organized under the direction of Dr. Bruce Barnes, who assumed the role of Ron and Donna Fielding Director last October. Barnes was responsible for selecting the contemporary photographs and videos from outside collections for this portion of the show.

The Gender Show is included with museum admission. For more information, please visit or call (585) 271-3361.


About George Eastman House

George Eastman House holds unparalleled collections, totaling more than four million objects, of photographs, motion pictures, cameras and technology, and photographically illustrated books. Established as an independent non-profit institution in 1947, it is the world's oldest photography museum and third largest film archive in the United States. The museum is in Rochester, N.Y. and includes the National Historic Landmark house and gardens of George Eastman, the philanthropist and father of popular photography and motion picture film. Learn more at


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High-res images from this exhibition, plus a caption file, are online at


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