Urban Studies: Photographs by N. Jay Jaffee

Day Friday, October 12
Time 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Where Binghamton University Art Museum

The Binghamton University Art Museum currently displays in the main gallery an exhibition of photographs by N. Jay Jaffee (1921-1999), which features a recent gift from Cyrisse Jaffee ’74 and Barry Anechiarico ’73, as well as loans from the N. Jay Jaffee Trust. The exhibition was made possible by a grant from The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. Five other exhibitions are on display: Illustrating the IROHA, a series of Japanese prints on loan from local collectorTony Antes, consists of color woodblock prints from the 19th century that depict all 47 Japanese syllables. Antes will speak about collecting Japanese prints at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27. On display in the lower galleries: Jessica Voorsanger: The Partridge Wear Collection; Prints and Perception; Women’s Fashion and Politics in Late 19th-Century America; and Seen While Dining: Ralph Gibson Photography. All events are free and open to the public. For more information, visit binghamton.edu/art-museum.


Add to Calendar 12/10/18 12:00 PM 12/10/18 4:00 PM 15 Urban Studies: Photographs by N. Jay Jaffee The Binghamton University Art Museum currently displays in the main gallery an exhibition of photographs by N. Jay Jaffee (1921-1999), which features a recent gift from Cyrisse Jaffee ’74 and Barry Anechiarico ’73, as well as loans from the N. Jay Jaffee Trust. The exhibition was made possible by a grant from The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. Five other exhibitions are on display: Illustrating the IROHA, a series of Japanese prints on loan from local collectorTony Antes, consists of color woodblock prints from the 19th century that depict all 47 Japanese syllables. Antes will speak about collecting Japanese prints at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27. On display in the lower galleries: Jessica Voorsanger: The Partridge Wear Collection; Prints and Perception; Women’s Fashion and Politics in Late 19th-Century America; and Seen While Dining: Ralph Gibson Photography. All events are free and open to the public. For more information, visit binghamton.edu/art-museum. Binghamton University Art Museum DD/MM/YY