Conversations with Contemporary Artists

Museum presents Conversations with Contemporary Artists Series:

Anne Rearick, photographer

The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present an artist talk and slide presentation by photographer Anne Rearick in the Folly Cove Auditorium on Saturday, May 31 at 3:00 p.m. This program launches the Museum’s Conversations with Contemporary Artists Series which highlights the current work of Cape Ann artists within a variety of media. This program is free and open to the public.

Anne Rearick, a resident of Gloucester, was born in Idaho in 1960. She received a Masters of Fine Arts Degree from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1990 and has worked as a photographer and teacher for the past 15 years. Rearick has been the recipient of several awards and grants, most notably a Fulbright/Annette Kade fellowship to photograph Basque life and culture in France in 1990, a New England Foundation for the Arts/Mass Cultural Council grant in 1995, the European Mosaique prize in 1998 to explore rural communities in Italy and Scotland, and a Guggenheim fellowship for 2003-2004 to photograph the culture of amateur boxing in the U.S.

In 2003, Editions Atlantica, based in France, published a monograph of Rearick’s work from the Basque Country. Public collections include the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, the Centre Nationale de L’Audiovisuel in Luxembourg, and the Southwest Museum of Photography, Boise Art Museum, and Rose Art Museum in the United States. Rearick has been a member of Agence Vu, Paris, since 1992. Currently Rearick is working on a long term project photographing daily life in townships of South Africa a decade after the end of apartheid.

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