“Face Value: Vineyard Portraits from the 21st Century” Members’ Preview
August 19 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
Museum members, join us for an exclusive preview of “Face Value: Vineyard Portraits from the 21st Century” before it opens to the public the next day. West Tisbury’s Dan Waters uses a traditional large-format camera to capture detailed black-and-white images of the human landscape he has come to know. His aim is to make and preserve a highly personal record of everyday Island faces. On display until November 24th, the larger-than-life portraits in this exhibit are then intended to be placed in the museum’s climate-controlled vault, where some day they may provide the best remaining clues of who we were. Be one of the first to see this breathtaking new exhibit!
This event is free and open to all Museum members.
Photo caption: Portrait of Charles Giordano, 2019