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Curran Hatleberg, Untitled (Flag), 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

Curran Hatleberg, Untitled (Flag), 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

The Neighbors: Slide Shows for America

August 24 - December 5, 2020
Online Exhibition
CAM Galleries Open for USF Faculty, Staff, and Students - Reservations Required
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ONLINE EXHIBITION

Exhibition Home   //   Essay by Lisa J. Sutcliffe
Widline Cadet   //   Guy Greenberg   //   Curran Hatleberg   //   Kathya Maria Landeros   //   Zora J Murff

Curated by Christian Viveros-Fauné, and organized by USF Contemporary Art Museum. 

Made possible by Major Sponsor the Stanton Storer Embrace the Arts Foundation, and by grants from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Florida Department of State.

 


 

Curran Hatleberg is an American photographer based in Baltimore, Maryland. Influenced by the American tradition of road photography, Hatleberg's process entails driving throughout the United States and interacting with various strangers in different locales. “Some interactions last 30 minutes, others 30 days,” Hatleberg says. His photographs are traces of those encounters.

Artist website: curranhatleberg.com

Artist Instagram: @_suttree_

 

SLIDE SHOW INSTALLATION VIDEO

Curran Hatleberg, Images courtesy of the artist. Slideshow commissioned by USFCAM.*

 

SELECTED STILLS
Curran Hatleberg, Untitled (Front Yard), 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

Curran Hatleberg, Untitled (Front Yard), 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

Curran Hatleberg, Untitled (Picnic), 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

Curran Hatleberg, Untitled (Picnic), 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

Curran Hatleberg, Untitled (Teenagers), 2018. Courtesy of the artist.

Curran Hatleberg, Untitled (Teenagers), 2018. Courtesy of the artist.

Curran Hatleberg, Untitled (Gathering), 2020. Courtesy of the artist.

Curran Hatleberg, Untitled (Gathering), 2020. Courtesy of the artist.

*Curran Hatleberg
Images in order in slide show:
Untitled (Flag), 2017
Untitled (Front Porch), 2013
Untitled (Sparklers), 2020
Lost Coast (8), 2016
Lost Coast (41), 2016
Lost Coast (28), 2016
Lost Coast (36), 2016
Lost Coast (35), 2016
Lost Coast (34), 2016
Lost Coast (10), 2016
Untitled (Front Yard), 2017
Untitled (Picnic), 2017
Untitled (Back Porch), 2017
Untitled (Pool), 2020
Untitled (Rebuild), 2019
Untitled (Teenagers), 2018
Untitled (Last Light), 2017
Lost Coast (13), 2016
Untitled (Ice), 2020
Untitled (Stoop), 2015
Untitled (Event), 2015
Untitled (Sidewalk), 2015
Untitled (Mantis), 2018
Untitled (Morning), 2017
Untitled (Rainbow), 2014
Untitled (Front Porch), 2016
Lost Coast (7), 2016
Untitled (Mother), 2020
Untitled (Cowboy), 2020
Untitled (Kids), 2014
Untitled (Daylilies), 2020
Untitled (Brindle), 2020
Untitled (Dominoes), 2016
Untitled (Family), 2020
Untitled (Gathering), 2020
Untitled (Tear), 2013
Untitled (Circle), 2015
Untitled (Chainlink), 2020
Untitled (Azalea), 2014
Untitled (Flame), 2020
Images courtesy of the artist.
Slideshow commissioned by USFCAM.


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