Photographer shares exhibit, The Local
MARLBORO- Marlboro College’s Snyder Center for the Visual Arts will host The Local, a series of photographs by Greenfield, MA, photographer Nick Meyer. The series will be exhibited in the Snyder Gallery from October 12 to November 15. The photographer will visit the exhibit for a discussion on Friday, November 8. It is free and open to the public.
Meyer’s images in The Local serve as a poignant portrait of the Greenfield community he lives in, imaging the economic insecurity and opioid abuse that affect the lives of its locals, as well as the beauty of the area.
The Snyder Gallery is the newest of the college’s exhibit spaces, and is integral to the art faculty’s efforts to provide more public and accessible art programming for the local community. On November 8, at 5 pm, Meyer will be joined by college professor of sociology Jennifer Girouard for an artist’s talk and interdisciplinary discussion of his work.
Meyer earned his BFA at Massachusetts College of Art and his MFA from California College of the Arts. He is the recipient of the Pace Gallery Award and the Barclay Simpson Prize. His work has been shown internationally and is included in numerous private collections.
Meyer has published two books, “Pattern Language” in 2010, and “Either Limits or Contradictions” in 2017.
For more information call (802) 258-9219 or visit firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on or to purchase his books visit www.nickmeyerphoto.net. Follow Meyer on Facebook for recent works or to see upcoming exhibits at www.facebook.com/nickmeyerphoto.