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Sage Sohier

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Nationality  USA
Name  Sage Sohier

Known for  Photography
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Movement  American art, Modern Art
Awards  Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, US & Canada

Education  Harvard University (1976)

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Sage Sohier is an American photographer and educator.

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Biography

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Sohier teaches photography for years in different educational institutions, serving as Assistant Professor in Massachusetts College of Art. She was lecturer on Visual and Environmental Studies in Harvard University from 1991 till 2003, Assistant Professor of Art in Wellesley College from 1997 till 1999. She was also teaching in Rhode Island School of Design, Massachusetts College of Art and School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.

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Sage Sohier works are part of many public collections, including Addison Gallery of American Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, DeCordova Museum, Fogg Art Museum, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, New York Museum of Modern Art, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Portland Art Museum, Princeton University Art Museum, Rose Art Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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Sage Sohier received a lot of publicity for her series of gay couples in home environment. She started to work on this project in 1980 at the time of AIDS crisis.

Awards

  • Massachusetts Artists Foundation photography fellowship, 1979.
  • National Endowment for the Arts photography fellowship, 1980-1981.
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellowship, 1984-1985.
  • Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities “Massproductions“ grant, 1987-1989.
  • Massachusetts Artists Foundation photography fellowship, 1989.
  • No Strings Foundation grant, 2008-2009.
  • Solo

  • Gallery “Arte Contemporaneo,” Mexico City, 1986.
  • The Tartt Gallery, Washington, D.C., 1986.
  • Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR, 1988, “At Home with Themselves.”
  • San Francisco Camerawork, 1988, “At Home with Themselves.”
  • Vision Gallery, Boston, 1988, “At Home with Themselves.”
  • Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA, 1990, “At Home with Themselves.”
  • Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College, Chicago, 1990, “At Home with Themselves.”
  • The Houston Center for Photography, 1990, “At Home with Themselves.”
  • Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, Oregon, 1994, “Peaceable Kingdom.”
  • Retrospective, University of Akron, Ohio, 1997
  • Hampshire College, Amherst, MA, 1998
  • Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, MA, 2004, “Perfectible Worlds.”
  • The Center for Photography at Woodstock, NY, 2006, “Perfectible Worlds.”
  • Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR, 2007, “Perfectible Worlds.”
  • Foley Gallery, New York City, 2008, “Perfectible Worlds.”
  • Houston Center for Photography, 2008, “Perfectible Worlds.”
  • San Francisco Airport Museum, 2009, “Perfectible Worlds.”
  • Jerome Liebling Center, Hampshire College, November 2013, “About Face.”
  • Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR, August, 2013, “About Face.”
  • Foley Gallery, New York City, April, 2013, “About Face.”Carroll and Sons gallery, Boston, MA, January 2013, “About Face.”
  • Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR, October, 2014, “At Home With Themselves: Same-Sex Couples in 1980s America.”
  • Carroll and Sons Gallery, Boston, MA, February–March 2015, “At Home With Themselves: Same-Sex Couples in 1980s America.”
  • Group

  • Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR, October 2014-January 2015, “Blue Sky: The Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts at 40.”
  • Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, MO, August, 2013, “About Face: Contemporary Portraiture.”
  • Museum of Modern Art, NY, 2010-2011, “Pictures by Women: A History of Modern Photography.”
  • Nicolaysen Art Museum, Casper, Wyoming, 2011, “Living History.”
  • Carroll and Sons, Boston, MA, 2010, “Familiar Bodies.”
  • Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA, 2005-2006, “Group Portrait.”
  • Clifford Art Gallery, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY, 2005, “Suddenly Older.”
  • The DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA, 2004, “Self-Evidence: Identity in Contemporary Art.”
  • Kathleen Ewing Gallery, Washington, D.C, 2004, “Dog Days Dog Show.”
  • International Center of Photography, New York, 2003, “How Human: Life in the Post-Genome Era.”
  • The DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA, 2000-2001,“Photography in Boston,1955-85.”
  • Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA, 2001, “In the Street: Photography from the Collection.”
  • Bernard Toale Gallery, 1999, “Boston Women in Photography.”
  • Wooster Gardens (Brent Sikkema) Gallery, New York, 1996, three-person show.
  • Davis Museum, Wellesley College, 1996, “Rules of the Game.”
  • The Friends of Photography, San Francisco, 1996, “Secrets,”.
  • Basel Art Fair 1994.
  • Museum of Modern Art, NY, 1991, “Pleasures and Terrors of Domestic Comfort.”
  • The Tartt Gallery, Washington, D.C., 1991, four-person show.
  • Art Institute of Chicago, 1989, “American Stories,” three-person show.Berlin Art Institute, Berlin, Germany, 1988, “AIDS” exhibition.
  • Aperture traveling exhibition, 1987, “Mothers and Daughters.”
  • Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 1985, “Boston Now Photography.”
  • Museum of Modern Art, NY, 1984, Photographs from the Collection/Opening of the new galleries.
  • Light Gallery, NY, 1982, “New Women/New Work.”
  • Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA, 1982, “New England Perambulations. “
  • References

    Sage Sohier Wikipedia


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